Oxidative Medicine and Cellular Longevity / 2015 / Article / Tab 4

Review Article

Vitamin A and Retinoids as Mitochondrial Toxicants

Table 4

Clinical utilization of vitamin A and retinoids.


VariousPrevention of infectious diseases[4]
Retinol palmitateTreatment of acute promyelocytic leukemia[5, 7]
Retinol palmitateTreatment of acute nonlymphocytic leukemia[6]
VariousWeight gain therapy in preterm infants[10]
Retinol palmitate/acetateImmunotherapy (with vaccination)[11]
IsotretinoinAcne therapy[119124]
VariousAntioxidant therapy, increased longevity (supplements)[125127]
Retinyl estersTreatment of infants born from HIV-positive women (immunodeficiency therapy)[128]
VariousAntioxidant therapy in heart disease [16]
VariousUtilization in general dermatology[129]

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