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Daniel Bikle, MD, PhD

Professor

Daniel.Bikle@ucsf.edu

Recent Articles (10)

Yoshizaki K, Hu L, Nguyen T, Sakai K, Ishikawa M, Takahashi I, Fukumoto S, DenBesten PK, Bikle DD, Oda Y, Yamada Y. Mediator 1 contributes to enamel mineralization as a coactivator for Notch1 signaling and stimulates transcription of the alkaline phosphatase gene. J Biol Chem. 2017 Aug 18; 292(33):13531-13540.

Oda Y, Hu L, Nguyen T, Fong C, Tu CL, Bikle DD. Combined Deletion of the Vitamin D Receptor and Calcium-Sensing Receptor Delays Wound Re-epithelialization. Endocrinology. 2017 Jun 01; 158(6):1929-1938.

Malmstroem S, Rejnmark L, Imboden JB, Shoback DM, Bikle DD. Current Assays to Determine Free 25-Hydroxyvitamin D in Serum. J AOAC Int. 2017 May 11.

Jassil NK, Sharma A, Bikle D, Wang X. VITAMIN D BINDING PROTEIN AND 25-HYDROXYVITAMIN D LEVELS: EMERGING CLINICAL APPLICATIONS. Endocr Pract. 2017 Jan 17.

Bikle D, Bouillon R, Thadhani R, Schoenmakers I. Vitamin D metabolites in captivity? Should we measure free or total 25(OH)D to assess vitamin D status? J Steroid Biochem Mol Biol. 2017 Jan 16.

Wang T, Zhang X, Bikle DD. Osteogenic Differentiation of Periosteal Cells During Fracture Healing. J Cell Physiol. 2016 Oct 12.

Xie Z, Yuan Y, Jiang Y, Shrestha C, Chen Y, Liao L, Ji S, Deng X, Liao E, Bikle DD. p120-Catenin Is Required for Dietary Calcium Suppression of Oral Carcinogenesis in Mice. J Cell Physiol. 2016 Sep 28.

Elias PM, Williams ML, Bikle DD. The vitamin D hypothesis: Dead or alive?: Response to Dr. William Grant's "The UVB-vitamin D3-pigment hypothesis is alive and well-AJPA-2016-00237". Am J Phys Anthropol. 2016 Dec; 161(4):756-757.

Shoback DM, Heath H, Bikle DD, Chang W, Halloran B, Strewler G, Nissenson R. Claude D Arnaud, Jr, MD (1929-2016): ASBMR Loses a Founding Father. J Bone Miner Res. 2016 Dec; 31(12):2067-2068.

Bikle DD, Jiang Y, Nguyen T, Oda Y, Tu CL. Disruption of Vitamin D and Calcium Signaling in Keratinocytes Predisposes to Skin Cancer. Front Physiol. 2016; 7:296.

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