This is concerning your quest with Calcium.
Have you ever investigated Vitamin K?
''Vitamin K participates in the conversion of 10-12 glutamic acid
residues in precursor coagulation proteins (eg, prothrombin
precursor) to their active forms (eg, prothrombin) by the addition of
carbon dioxide (carboxylation; see Fig. 3-2). This addition increases
the affinity of glutamic acid residues for calcium, which is
essential for coagulation and the modulation of calcium uptake in
''Imagine a vitamin that could keep calcium in bones and out of
''the chief source of vitamin K is synthesis by bacteria in the large
''Intestinal disease: diseases that result in lipid malabsorption in
the small intestine can lead to defects in absorption of vitamin K,
as discussed above for liver....''
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