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Figure 1: Vitamin D metabolism in the liver, 25-hydroxylation of vitamin D occurs leading to 25(OH)D. In the kidney, a second hydroxylation takes place by 1 α-hydroxylase leading to the formation of 1,25-dihydroxivitamin 2D, the biologically active form of vitamin D

Figure 1: Vitamin D metabolism in the liver, 25-hydroxylation of vitamin D occurs leading to 25(OH)D. In the kidney, a second hydroxylation takes place by 1 α-hydroxylase leading to the formation of 1,25-dihydroxivitamin 2D, the biologically active form of vitamin D