Bibliografie pentru articole despre Acidul Humic
1. Effects of humic acid on the viability and coagulant properties of human umbilical vein endothelial cells. Yang, H.L.; Chiu, H. C.; Lu, F. Am J. Hematol, 1996; Vol. 51, Issue 3, Pages 200-206.
2. Effect of humic acid on the availability of iodine in the food, investigated with the histometric assessment of the thyroid gland. Seffner, W. Conference Paper Mengen- und spurenelemente – 15 Arbeltstagund, December 1995, Jena, Germany. Mengen Und Spurenelemente Pages 465-472.
3. In-vivo and In-vitro mutagenicity studies on natural humic acid (HA). Bernacchi, F.; Ponzanelli, I.; Barale, R.; Bertelli, F. Conference Paper 37 Riunione scientifica , October 1991, Alghero, Italy. ATTI-Associazione Genetica Italiana, 1991, Vol. 37, Pages 49-50.
4. The use of a processed humic acid product as a feed supplement in dairy production in the Netherlands. Thomassen, B. P. H.; Faust, R. H. Conference Paper IFOAM; IFOAM 2000, the world grows organic international scientific conference, August 2000, Basle. Page 339
5. Induction of oxidative stress by humic acid through increasing intracellular iron; a possible mechanism leading to atherothrombotic vascular disorder in blackfoot disease. Gau, R. J.; Yang, H. L.; Suen, J. L.; Lu, F. J. Biochem Biophys Res Commun, 2001; Vol 283; Issue 4; Pages 743-749.
6. Humic acid induced growth retardation in a sertoli cell line, TM4. Chen, Y. J.; Lin-Chao, S.; Huang, T. S.; Yan, M. L.; Lu, F. J. Life Sci, 2001; Vol. 69; Issue 11; Pages 1269-1284.
7. Effect of phenol ring polymers on the release of plasminogen activators. Klocking, H. P.; Klocking, R.; Helbig, B. Farmakol Toksikol, 1984; Vol. 47; Issue 1; Pages 93-95.
8. Effect of sodium humate on animals irradiated with lethal doses. Pukhova, G. G.; Druzhina, H. A.; Stepchenko, L. M.; Chebotarev, E. E. Radiobiologiia, 1987; Vol. 27; Issue 5; Pages 650-653.
9. Sodium humate in the treatment of osteoarthrosis patients. Iubitskaia, N. S.; Ivanov, E. M. Vopr Kurortol Fizioter Lech Fiz Kult, 1999; Issue 5; Pages 22-24.
10. Results of an oriented clinical trial of ammonium humate for the local treatment of herpesvirus hominis (HVH) infections. Schiller, F.; Klocking, R.; Wutzler, P.; Farber, I. Dermatoi Monatsschr, 1979; Vol. 165; Issue 7; Pages 505-509.
11. Comparison of the in vitro activities of ammonium humate and of enzymically oxidized chlorogenic and caffeic acids against type 1 and type 2 human herpes virus. Thiel, K. D.; Heibig, B.; Kloching, R.; Vutzier, P.; Sprossig, M.; Schweizer, H. Pharmazie, 1981; Vol. 36; Issue 1; Pages 50-53.
12. Humate induced activation of human granulocytes. Riede, U. N.; Zeck-Kapp, G.; Freudenberg, N.; Keller, H. U.; Seubert, B. Virchows Arch B Cell Pathol Incl Mol Pathol, 1991; Vol. 60; Issue 1; Pages 27-34.
13. The content of free amino acids in the tissues of broiler chicks administered sodium humate in the ration. Zhorina, L. V.; Stepchenko, L. M. Nauchnye Doki Vyss Shkoly Biol Nauki, 1991; Issue 10; Pages 147-150.
14. The effect of sodium humate on metabolism and resistance in highly productive poultry. Stepchenko, L. M.; Zhorina, L. V.; Kravtsova, L. V. Nauchnye Doki Vyss Shkoly Biol Mauki, 1991; Issue 10; Pages 90-95.
15. Experimental bases and prospects for the use of humic acid preparations from peat in medicine and agricultural production. Lotosh, T. D. nauchnye Doki Vyss Shkoly Biol Nauki, 1991; Issue 10; Pages 99-103.
16. The effect of sodium humate on cadmium deposition in the organs of chickens. Herzig, I.; Hampi, J.; Docekalova, H.; Pisarikova, B.; Vicek, J. Vet Med, 1994; Vol. 39; Issue 4; Pages 175-185.
17. Pharmacokinetics of sodium humate in chickens. Hampi, J.; Herzig, I.; Vicek, J. Vet Med, 1994; Vol 39; Issue 6; Pages 305-313.
18. Inhibition of HIV-1 in cell culture by synthetic humate analogues derived from hydroquinone; mechanism of inhibition. Schneider, J.; Weis, R.; Manner, C.; Kary, B,; Werner, A.; Seubert, B. J.; Reide, U. N. Virology, 1996; Vol. 218; Issue 2; Pages 389-395.
19. Caecal metaboliies and microbial populations in chickens consuming diets containing a mined humate compound. Shermer, C. L.; Maciorowski, K. G.; Bailey, C. A.; Byers, F. M.; Ricke, S. C. Journal of the science of food and agriculture, 1998; Vol. 77; Issue 4, Pages 479-486.
20. Use of ristocetin cofactor activity in the management of von Willebrand disease. Ewenstein, B. M. Haemophilia, 2001; Vol 7; Suppl. 1; Pages 10-15.
21. In vitro studies of the antiviral activity of ammonium humate against herpes simplex virus type 1 and type 2. Thiel, K. D.; Klocking, R.; Schweizer, H.; Sprossig, M. Zentralbl Bakteriol, 1977; Vol. 239; Issue 3; Pages 304-321.
22. Laub developing humate with anti-HIV, HSV, HPV and other antiviral activity. Laub, R. Biotechnology Information Institute, February 2000. Antiviral Drug and Vaccine Development Information, Vol. 12, No. 2. ISBN 0897-9871.
23. H2S odor control system. Wagner Quarries Company. Press Release, October 2000, Sandusky, Ohio. www.wagnerquaries.com.
24. Effect of chemical treatments, ration composition and feeding strategies on gaseous emissions and odor potential of cattle feedyards. Parker, D.;Auvermann, B.; Greene, W. Pre-publication Texas A∓M Extension Service, December 2001. TAMU Ag Research and Extension Ctr. Amarillo, Tx.
25. Efficient waste and odor management for feedlots. Greene, L. W.; Cole, A.-USDA/ARS. The Agriculture Program, Texas A∓M University System, AGCOM 5-1-00. http://agprogram.tamu.edu; press release, May, 2000.
26. Field trials of dairy cattle. Mosley, R. Non-published research. Enviromate, Inc. August 1996.
27. Humate lab data. Bunch, G. Southwestern Laboratories, December 1981. Midland, Tx. File No. C-1950-X.
28. Acute systemic toxicity studies of natural product and synthetic humates. Laub, R. Laub BioChem Corp, August 1998. www.laubbiochem.com.
29. The chemically induced inhibition of HSV infection. Laub, R. Laub BioChem Corp., August 1998. www.laubiochem.com.
30. The chemically induced inhibition of HIV-1 replication. Laub, R. Laub BioChem Corp., January 1995. www.laubiochem.com.
31. Process for preparing synthetic soil-extract materials and medicament based thereon. Laub, R. U. S. Patient No. 5,945,446, August 1999.
32. Studies on the antimicrobial effect of natural and synthetic humic acids. Ansorg R., et al., A rxeimittelforschung, 1978. Vol. 28, Issue 12, pages 2195-2198.
33. Investigations on the viricidal effects of humic acids in peat. Schultz, H. Tierarztl Vochenschr, July 1965, Vol. 72, Issue 13, pages 294-297.
34. Antiviral properties of humic acids. Klocking, R.; et al. Experientia, May 1972, Vol. 28, Issue 5, Pages 607-608.
35. The effects of phenolic polyments on retroviruses. Sydow, G.; et al. Pharmazie, December 1986. Vol. 41, Issue 12, Pages 865-868.
36. Therapeutic effect of E-5-2-bromovinyl 2-deoxyuridine, caffeic acid oxidation product, and trisodiumphosphonoformate on cutaneous herpes simplex virus type 1 infected guinea pigs. Helbig, B.; et al. Med Viral, 1987; Vol. 23; Issue 3; pages 303-309.
37. Interaction of humic acids and humic acid like polymers with herpes simplex virus type 1. Knocking, R. Humic Substances in the Aquatic and Terrestrial Environment, Berlin, 1991; pages 408-412.
38. Selective inhibitory activity of polyhydroxcarboxylates derived from phenolic compounds agains human immunodeficiency virus replication. Schols, D.; et al. Acquir Immune Defic Syndr, 1991; Vol. 4; Issue 7, pages 677-685.
39. Hexaprenoid hydroquinones. Novel inhibitors of the reverse transcriptase of human iminunodeficiency virus type 1. Loya, S.; et al. Journal of Natural Products, December, 1993; Vol. 52, Issue 12; pages 2120-2125.
40. Effectiveness of phenol body polymers (Humic Acids) against influenza virus. Mentel, R., et al. Biochem Acta, 1983; Vol. 42;Issue 10; pages 1353-1356.
41. A randomized blind study on the efficacy of Tolpa Torf preparation in the treatment of recurring respiratory tract infections. Jankowski, A.; et al. Arch Immunol Ther Exp, 1993; Vol. 41; Issue 1; pages 95-97.
42. Synthesis and characterization of humic acid like polymers. Hanainen, K. L.; et al. The Science of the Total Environment, 1987; Vol. 62; pages 201-210.
43. Comparison of the effect of natural and synthetic humates and EDTA on the growth of escherichia coli. Jakubiec, M.; et al. Arzneimittleforschung, 1978; Vol. 28; Issue 12; pages 2195-2198.
44. The use of the HET-CAM test for the determination of the irritating effect of humic acids. Wiegleb, K.; et al. Dtsch Tierarzl Wochenschr, October 1993; Vol. 100; Issue 10; pages 412-416.
45. Effect of humates on microbial activity. Huck, T. A.; Porter, N.; Bushell, M. E. J. Gen. Microbiol., 1991; Vol. 137; Issue 10; pages 2321-2329.
46. Rich soils for cures. Achard, F. K. Creels Chem. Ann., 1986; Vol. 11; pages 391-403.
47. Humates and inflammation. Kuhnert, M.; et al. Arch. E-p. Veterinarmed., 1982; Vol. 36; pages 169-177.
48. Effects of Implanted bovine calcium hydroxyapatite with humate. Kreutz; Schlikekewey, W. Arch. Orthop. Trauma Surg., 1992, Vol. 111; Issue 5; pages 259-264.
49. Malinowska, M. H.; Pietraszek, D; Chabielska, E. Acta Pol. Pharm., 1993, Vol. 50; Issue 6; pages 507-511.
50. An examination of humate stimulated liver functions. Maslinski, C; Fogel, W. A.; Andrzejewski, W. Acta Pol. Pharm., 1993; Vol. 50; Issue 4-5; pages 413-416.
51. Visser, S. A. Sci. Total Environ.; 1987; Vol. 62; Issue 4; pages 347-354.
52. Brzozowski, T; Dembrinski, A.; Konturek, S. Acta Pol. Pharm., 1994; Vol. 51; Issue 1; pages 103-107.
53. Effects of bovipro on performance and serum metabolite concentrations of beef steers. Chirase, N. Amer. Soc. of Animal Sci. Proceedings; West Section No. 51, 2000.