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Uterine fibroids are characterized by an impaired antioxidant cellular system: potential role of hypoxia in the pathophysiology of uterine fibroids.Academic Article Why?
Uterine Fibroids: Burden and Unmet Medical Need.Academic Article Why?
1,25 Dihydroxyvitamin D3 Enhances the Antifibroid Effects of Ulipristal Acetate in Human Uterine Fibroids.Academic Article Why?
1,25-dihydroxyvitamin d3 reduces extracellular matrix-associated protein expression in human uterine fibroid cells.Academic Article Why?
Elagolix for Heavy Menstrual Bleeding in Women with Uterine Fibroids.Academic Article Why?
Hypovitaminosis D and high serum transforming growth factor beta-3: important biomarkers for uterine fibroids risk.Academic Article Why?
Mediator Kinase Disruption in MED12-Mutant Uterine Fibroids From Hispanic Women of South Texas.Academic Article Why?
Myometrial progesterone hyper-responsiveness associated with increased risk of human uterine fibroids.Academic Article Why?
Neurotrimin: a novel neural cell adhesion molecule correlating with uterine fibroid phenotype.Academic Article Why?
Role of vitamin D in uterine fibroid biology.Academic Article Why?
Uterine fibroid therapy: the pharmacokinetic considerations.Academic Article Why?
Uterine fibroids and gynecologic pain symptoms in a population-based study.Academic Article Why?
Uterine Fibroids: Bridging Genomic Defects and Chronic Inflammation.Academic Article Why?
Vitamin D and uterine fibroids: preclinical evidence is in; time for an overdue clinical study!Academic Article Why?
1,25-dihydroxyvitamin D3 regulates expression of sex steroid receptors in human uterine fibroid cells.Academic Article Why?
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