Chapter 12 - The Common Cold


1.         C.W. JungeblutA Further Contribution to the Vitamin C Therapy in     Experimental Poliomyelitis.  Journal of Experimental Medicine, vol. 70:          p. 327. 1939.


2.         G. BerquistSvenska laktidning, vol. 37: pp. 1149-1158. 1940


3.         A.G. KuttnerEffect of Large Doses of Vitamins A, B, C and D on the Incidence of Upper Respiratory Infections in a Group of Rheumatic Children.  Journal Clinical Investigation, vol. 19:  pp. 809-812. 1940.


4.         D.W. Cowan et al.  Vitamins for the Prevention of Colds.  Journal American Medical Association, vol. 120: pp. 1268-1271.  1942.


5.         A.J. Glazebrook and S. Thomson.  The Administration of Vitamin C in a Lareg Institution and Its Effect on General Health and REsistance to Infection.   Jounral of Hygiene, vol. 12:  pp. 1-19. 1942.


6.         G. Dahlberg et al.  Ascorbic Acid as a Prophylactic Agent Agains Common Colds.  Acta Medica Scandinavica, vol. 119:  pp. 540-561.  1944.


7.         W. Franz and H.L. HeylBlood Levels of Ascorbic Acid in Bioflavonoid and Ascorbic Acid Therapy of the Common Cold.  Journal of American Medical Association, vol. 162: pp. 1224-1226.  1956.


8.         H.E. Tebrock et al.  Usefulness of Bioflavonoids and Ascorbic Acid in Treatment of Common Cold.  Journal American Medical Association,  vol. 162: pp.1227-1233.  1956.


9.         G.A. ShekhtmanOn the Significance of Continuous Addition of Vitamin C to Food in a Military Sector.  Voenno-Meditsinskii Zhurnal (Moskva), vol. 3:  pp. 46-49.  1961.


10.       S.L. Ruskin.  Calcium Cevitamate (Calcium Ascorbate) in the Treatment of Acute Rhinitis.  Annals Otology, Rhinology and Laryngology, vol. 47:  pp. 502-511.  1938.


11.       O.E. Van AlyeaThe Acute Nasal Infection.  Nebraska State Medical Journal, vol. 27:  pp. 265-274.  1942.


12.       N.W. MarkwellVitamin C in the Prevention of Colds.  Medical Journal of Australia, vol. 34:  pp. 777-778.  1947.


13.       P. Albanese.  Treatment of Respiratory Infections with High Doses of Vitamin C.  El Dia Medico, vol. 19:  pp. 1738-1740.  1947.


14.       A.S. WoolstoneTreatment of the Common Cold.  British Medical Journal, vol. 2: p. 1290.  1954.



15.       H. MieglAcute Infections of the Upper Respiratory Tract and Their Treatment with Vitamin C.  Wiener Medizinische Wochenschrift, vol. 107: pp. 989-992, 1957.  The Use of Vitamin C in Otorhinolaryngology.  Ibid., vol. 108:  pp. 859-864.  1958.


16.       C. Bessel-LorchCommon Cold Prophylaxis in Young People at a Ski Camp.  Medizinische Welt, vol. 44:  pp. 2126-2127.  1959.


17.       G. RitzelCritical Evaluation of Vitamin C as a Prophylactic and Therapeutic Agent in Colds.  Helvetia Medica Acta, vol. 2: pp. 63-68.  1961.


18.       L. Pauling.  Vitamin C and the Common Cold.  San Francisco, California:  W.H. Freeman and Company.  1970.



Chapter 13 - Viral Infection


1.         C.W. JungevlutInactivation of Poliomyelitis Virus by Crystalline Vitamin C. (Ascorbic Acid).  Journal of Experimental Medicine, vol. 62: pp. 517-521.  1935.


2.         M. Holden and R. J. Resnick.  In Vitro Actin of Synthetic Crystalline Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid) on Herpes Virus.  Journal of Immunology, vol. 31: pp.  445-462.  1936.


M. Holden and E. Molloy. Further Experiments on Inactivation of Herpes Virus by Vitamin C (l-ascorbic acid). Ibid., vol. 3; pp 251-257.  1937.



3.         I.J. Kligler and H. Bernkopf.  Further Experiments on Inactivation of Herpes Virus by Vitamin C (l-ascorbic acid).  Ibid., vol. 33:  pp. 251-257.  1937.


4.         W. Langenbusch and A. Enderling.  Einfluss der vitamine auf das virus der Maul-und Klavenseuch.  Zentralblatt fur Bakteriologie,, vol. 140:  pp.  112-115.  1937.


5.         G. Amato.  Azione dell'acido ascorbico sul virus fisso della rabbia e sulla tossina tetanicaGiornale di Batteriologia, Virologia et Immunologia (Torino), vol. 19: pp. 843-849.  1937.


6.         I. LominskiInactivation du bacteriophage par l'acide ascorbique.  Compts Rendus des Seances de la Societe de Biologie et de Ses Filiales (Paris), vol. 122:  pp. 766-768. 1936.


7.         M. LojkinContributions of theBoyce Thompson Institute, vol. 8, No. 4.  1936.  L.F. Martin.  Proceedings Third International Congress of Microbiology, New York, 1940, p. 281.


8.         C.W.  Jungeblut.  Further Observations on Vitamin C Therapy in Experimental Poliomyelitis.  Journal of Experimental Medicine, vol. 65:  pp.  127-146.  1937. Ibid., vol. 66: pp. 459-477, 1937.  Ibid., vol. 66: pp. 459-477, 1937. Ibid., vol. 70: pp. 315-332. 1939.


9.         A.B. Sabin.  Vitamin C in Relation to Experimental Poliomyelitis, Journal of Experimental Medicine, vol. 69: pp. 507-515.  1939.


10.       F.R. KlennerThe Treatment of Poliomyelitis and Other Virus Diseases with Vitamin C.  Southern Medicine and Surgery, vol. 111: pp. 209-214.  1949.  Massive Doses of Vitamin C and the Virus Diseases.  Ibid., vol. 113: pp. 101-107. 1951.  The Vitamin and Massage Treatment for Acute Poliomyelitis.  Ibid., vol. 114: pp. 194-197.  1952.  The Use o fvitamin C as an Antibiotic. Journal of Applied Nutrition, vol. 6: pp. 274-278.  1953.  The Folly in the Continued Use of a Killed Polio Virus Vaccine.  Tri-State Medical Journal, pp. 1-8. Feb. 1959.


11.       O. Gsell and F. Kalt.  Treatment of Epidemic Poliomyelitis with High Doses of Ascorbic Acid.  Schweizerische Medizinische Wochenschrift, fol. 84; pp. 661-666.  1954


12.       H. BaurPoliomyelitis Therapy with Ascorbic Acid.  helvetia Medica Acta, vol. 19:  pp. 470-474.  1952.


13,       E. Greer, Vitamin C in Acute Poliomyelitis.  Medical Times (Maanhasset), vol. 83: pp. 1160-1161.  1955.


14.       O.A. Bessey et al.  Pathologic Changes in Organs of Scorbutic Guinea Pigs.  Proceedings Society Experimental Biology and Medicine, vol. 31: ppp. 455-460.  1934.


15.       W.O. Russell and C.P. Calloway.  Pathologic Changes in the Liver and Kidneys of Guinea Pigs Deficient in Vitamin C.  Archives of Pathology, vol. 35: pp. 546-552.  1943.


16.       G.C. Willis.  The Influence of Ascorbic Acid upon the Liver.  Canadian Medical Association Journal, vol. 76:  pp. 1044-1048.  1957.


17.       H. Baur and H. Staub.  Therapy of Hepatitis with Ascorbic Acid Infusions.  Schweizerische Medizinische Wochenschrift, vol. 84:  pp. 595-587.  1954.


18.       F. Spengler.  Vitamin C und der Diuretische Effekt bei Le berzirrhose.  Munchen Medizinische Wochenschrift, vol.  l84: pp. 779-780.  1937.





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