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sallieq [Possible increase in symptoms from calcium intake]
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sallieq [Calcium in the wrong place]
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 Put simply, if calcium is lost from cell membranes, the cells can lose their ability to function and can make the cell more  permeable to allergens, toxins and carcinogens. ​ //Dr Andrew Goldsworthy,​ Lecturer in Biology at Imperial College, London.// Put simply, if calcium is lost from cell membranes, the cells can lose their ability to function and can make the cell more  permeable to allergens, toxins and carcinogens. ​ //Dr Andrew Goldsworthy,​ Lecturer in Biology at Imperial College, London.//
  
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 +**//from Wikipedia on calcification//​**:​-
 +Intake of excessive vitamin D can cause vitamin D poisoning and excessive intake of calcium from the intestine, when accompanied by a deficiency of vitamin K (perhaps induced by an anticoagulant) can result in calcification of arteries and other soft tissue. ​
  
 +Such metastatic soft tissue calcification is mainly in tissues containing "​calcium catchers"​ such as elastic fibres or sour mucopolysaccharides. These tissues especially include the lungs (pumice lung) and the aorta.[5] ​
  
 +In a number of breast pathologies,​ calcium is often deposited at sites of cell death or in association secretions or hyalinized stroma, resulting in pathologic calcification. ​
  
 +Calcification can occur in dead or degenerated tissue. ​
  
-{{tag>Food_and_drink calcium foods osteoporosis bone_density}}+2000  “growth and vitamin D treatment enhance the extent of artery calcification in rats given sufficient doses of Warfarin to inhibit γ-carboxylation of matrix Gla protein, a calcification inhibitor known to be expressed by smooth muscle cells and macrophages in the artery wall.  (({{pubmed>long:​10669626}})) 
  
  
 +1998 "​improved warfarin plus vitamin K treatment protocol developed in this study should provide a useful model to investigate the role of MGP in preventing calcification of arteries and heart valves."​ (({{pubmed>​long:​9743228}})) ​
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 +2015 Matrix Gla-protein (MGP) regulates calcification(({{pubmed>​long:​25990696}}))
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 +Dr Blaney'​s 2010 presentation refers to reversal of carotid artery calcification from long term high dose Olmesartan.
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