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Naturally Occuring Quinones, 
   by Thomson RH, 
   1st Edition, Butterworths (1957)
   2nd Edition, Academic Press (1971)
   3rd Edition, Chapman & Hall (1987) 
The Pfizer Handbook Of Microbial Metabolites, 
   by Miller MW, 
   McGraw-Hill, (1961)
   [Chapter 12, pp 231-272 re: quinones]
Enzymes And Metabolic Inhibitors, 
   by Webb JL, 
   Academic Press, (1966)
   [Volume 3, Chapter 5, pp 421-594 re: quinones]
H.J.Conn's Biological Stains, 9th Edition, 
   by Lillie RD, 
   Williams & Wilkins, (1977)
   [pp 242-245, 372-457, 476-481, 
    re: use of quinone compounds as stains]
Cancer Therapy - The Independent Consumer's Guide 
To Non-Toxic Treatment & Prevention, 
   by Moss R, Equinox Press, (1992)
   [pp 78-80   re: vitamin K/menadione]
   [pp 126-129 re: Aloe vera/aloe-emodin]
   [pp 146-148 re: Essiac/rhein]
   [pp 170-172 re: Pau D'Arco/lapachol]
   [pp 216-217 re: Coenzyme Q/ubiquinone]
   [pp 470-472 re: Entelev/tetrahydroxyquinone & croconic acid]
   [pp 473-476 re: Carnivora/plumbagin]
Leading Structures Of Plant Origin For Drug Developement, 
   by Wagner H, et al, 
   Journal Of Ethnopharmacology, 38:105-112, (1993)

Studies on the antihistaminic effects of thymoquinone, 
thymohydroquinone and quercetin.
   by Marozzi FJ Jr, Kocialski AB, Malone MH
   Arzneimittelforschung, 20(10):1574-7 (Oct 1970)
Toward a rationalization of the sensitizing potency of substituted 
p-benzoquinones: reaction of nucleophiles with p-benzoquinones.
   by Cremer D, Hausen BM, Schmalle HW, 
   J Med Chem, 30(9):1678-81 (Sep 1987)
Inhibition of histamine release from mast cells by nigellone. 
   by Chakravarty N, 
   Ann Allergy, 70(3):237-42 (Mar 1993)
The In Vitro Anti-Tumor Activity Of Some Crude And 
Purified Components Of Blackseed, Nigella Sativa L, 
   by Worthen DR, Ghosheh OA, Crooks PA, 
   Anticancer Research, 18(3A):1527-1532 (May-Jun 1998)

Pau d'Arco - Immune Power From The Rain Forest, 
   by Jones K, Healing Arts Press, (1995)
   [pp 66-99 re: quinones as immune stimulants]
The Immuno-Inhibitory And Immunostimulatory Effects 
Of Hydroxyanthra- And Hydroxynaphthoquinone Derivatives, 
   by Sterlz J, et al, 
   Folia Microbiologica, Vol.26, pp 169-175 (1981)
Immunological Investigations Of Naphthoquinone 
Containing Plant Extracts, Isolated Quinones And 
Other Cytostatic Compounds In Cellular Immunosystems, 
   by Wagner H, et al, 
   Planta Medica, 6:500, (1986)
In Vitro Stimulation Of Human Granulocytes And Lymphocytes 
By Pico- And Femtogram Quantities Of Cytostatic Agents, 
   by Wagner H, et al, 
   Arzneimittel-Forschung, 38:272-276, (1988)
   [click here to see abstract]
Plumbagin, a naturally occurring naphthoquinone. 
Its pharmacological and pesticidal activity. 
   by Gujar GT, Fitoterapia 61(5):387-394 (1990)
Comparison Of Antibiotic And Antifungal Activities 
Of Lapachol And Beta-Lapachone, 
   by Guiraud P, et al, 
   Planta Medica, 60:373-374, (1994)
Botanical Influences On Illness, 
   by Werbach MR, Murray MT, 
   Third Line Press, (1994)
   [pp 101 re: LaPacho]
Effects of 1,2-naphthoquinones on human tumor cell growth 
and lack of cross-resistance with other anticancer agents, 
   by Dolan ME, Frydman B, Thompson CB, Diamond AM, 
      Garbiras BJ, Safa AR, Beck WT, Marton LJ 
   Anticancer Drugs, 9(5):437-48, (Jun 1998)
Amplification of IL-1 beta-induced matrix 
metalloproteinase-9 expression by superoxide 
in rat glomerular mesangial cells is mediated 
by increased activities of NF-kappa B and 
activating protein-1 and involves activation 
of the mitogen-activated protein kinase pathways.
   by Eberhardt W, Huwiler A, Beck KF, 
      Walpen S, Pfeilschifter J.
   J Immunol, 165(10):5788-97 (Nov 15,2000)
Carnivora: Pharmacology And Clinical Efficacy 
Of A Most Diverse Natural Plant Extract, 
   by Keller H, 
   Townsend Letter for Doctors & Patients, pp 77-80 (Nov 2001)

The Physician's Guide To Life Extension Drugs, 
   Life Extension Foundation, (1994)
   [pp 109-110 re: Ethoxyquin]

CoEnzyme Q-10, 
   by Lee WH, 
   Keats Publishing, New Canaan, CN (1987)
The Miracle Nutrient CoEnzymeQ10, 
   by Bliznakov & Hunt, Bantam Books,(1987)
[symposium regarding coenzyme Q10], Molecular Aspects Medicine, 
   Elsevier Science Ltd. / Pergamon, Vol 15 Supp  (1994)
The Multiple Health Benefits Of Coenzyme Q10, 
   by Kent S, 
   Life Extension Report, pp15-27 (Feb 1996)
The Role Of Coenzyme Q10 In Clinical Medicine,
   by Gaby AR, 
   Alternative Medicine Review, 1(1):11-17 (1996)
A Review Of The Clinical Benefits Of Coenzyme Q10,
   by Bagchi D, 
   Journal Of Advancement In Medicine, 10(2):139-148 (1997)

Cancer And Natural Medicine, 
   by Boik J, Oregon Medical Press, (1995)
   [pp 117-120 re: rhein & emodin]
The Essiac Report, 
   by Thomas R, Alternative Treatment Information Network, (1993)
   [p 83 re: rhubarb root & rhein]
Tumor damaging capacity of plant materials. 
1. Plants used as cathartics, by Belkin M, Fitzgerald D, 
   J Natl Cancer Inst, 13:139-155 (1952)
Tumor inhibitors. Aloe emodin: antileukemic principle isolated 
from Rhamnus frangula, by Kupchan SM, Karim A, 
   L Lloydia 39:223-224 (1976)
Cytotoxic and mutagenic effects of emodin on cultured mouse 
carcinoma FM3A cells, by Morita H, et al, 
   Mutat Res, 204:329-332 (1988)

The chemistry of adrenochrome and related compounds, 
   by Heacock RA, Chemical Reviews, 59(2):181-237 (Apr 1959)
The adrenochrome hypothesis of schizophrenia revisited, 
   by Hoffer A, J Orthomol Psych, 10(2):98-118 (1981)
Enzymatic oxidation of epinephrine to adrenochrome 
by the salivary gland, by Axelrod J, 
   Biochem Biophys Acta, 85:247-254 (1964)
The effects of coenzyme A upon the oxidation of epinephrine 
and norepinephrine, by Roston S, 
   J Biol Chem, 235(11):3315-3316 (1960)

Medical Oncology - Basic Principles And 
Clinical Management Of Cancer, 
   by Calabresi & Schein & Rosenberg, 
   Macmillan, (1985)
   [pp 307-309 re: mitomycin C]
   [pp 331-336 re: doxorubicin & daunorubicin]
The Pharmacologic Basis Of Therapeutics, 
   by Gilman AG, Goodman LS, Rall TW, Murad F, 
   MacMillan, (1985)
   [pp 1283-1285 re: daunorubicin & doxorubicin]
   [pp 1288-1289 re: mitomycin]

Reactive oxygen species from NAD(P)H:quinone 
oxidoreductase constitutively activate 
NF-kappaB in malignant melanoma cells.
   by Brar SS, Kennedy TP, Whorton AR, 
   Sturrock AB, Huecksteadt TP, Ghio AJ, Hoidal JR.
   Am J Physiol Cell Physiol, 280(3):C659-76 (Mar 2001)

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