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1. In vitro studies on dissolved substance of cinnabar: Chemical species and biological properties. Zhou, X.; Zeng, K.; Wang, Q.; Yang, X.; Wang, K. Journal of Ethnopharmacology vol. 131 issue 1 August 19, 2010. p. 196-202

 Cinnabar is one of traditional Chinese medicines widely used in many Asian countries.… (more)

Keywords: Cinnabar; Mercuric polysulfide; Caco-2 monolayer; Protein binding

DOI: 10.1016/j.jep.2010.06.018. ISSN: 0378-8741.

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2. Cinnabar is not converted into methylmercury by human intestinal bacteria. Zhou, X.; Wang, L.; Sun, X.; Yang, X.; Chen, C.; Wang, Q.; Yang, X. Journal of Ethnopharmacology vol. 135 issue 1 April 26, 2011. p. 110-115

 Ethnopharmacological relevance: Cinnabar (Cin), a naturally occurring mercuric sulfide (HgS), is a mineral… (more)

Keywords: Cinnabar; Intestinal bacteria; Biotransformation

DOI: 10.1016/j.jep.2011.02.032. ISSN: 0378-8741.

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3. Solubility of cinnabar (red HgS) and implications for mercury speciation in sulfidic waters. Paquette, K.; Helz, G. Water, Air, & Soil Pollution vol. 80 issue 1-4 February 1995. p. 1053 - 1056

  New experiments have been conducted to determine the speciation of dissolved mercury… (more)

DOI: 10.1007/BF01189765. ISSN: 0049-6979.

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4. Realgar- and cinnabar-containing An-Gong-Niu-Huang Wan (AGNH) is much less acutely toxic than sodium arsenite and mercuric chloride. Lu, Y.F.; Yan, J.W.; Wu, Q.; Shi, J.Z.; Liu, J.; Shi, J.S. Chemico-Biological Interactions vol. 189 issue 1-2 January 15, 2011. p. 134-140

 An-Gong-Niu-Huang Wan (AGNH) is a famous traditional Chinese medicine used for brain trauma,… (more)

Keywords: [abr] AGNH; An-Gong-Niu-Huang Wan, a realgar- and cinnabar-containing traditional medicine; [abr] MT; metallothionein; Mercuric chloride; Acute toxicity; Tissue metal accumulation; [abr] ALT; alanine aminotransferase; [abr] BUN; blood urea nitrogen; AGNH; Realgar; Cinnabar; Arsenite

DOI: 10.1016/j.cbi.2010.11.006. ISSN: 0009-2797.

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5. Cinnabar is Different from Mercuric Chloride in Mercury Absorption and Influence on the Brain Serotonin Level. Wang, Qi; Yang, Xiaoda; Zhang, Baoxu; Yang, Xiuwei; Wang, Kui. Basic & Clinical Pharmacology & Toxicology vol. 112 issue 6 June 2013. p. 412-417

  The toxicity of cinnabar, a naturally occurring mercury sulphide (HgS), has long… (more)

DOI: 10.1111/bcpt.12045. ISSN: 1742-7835.

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6. Evaluation of hepatotoxicity potential of cinnabar-containing An-Gong-Niu-Huang Wan, a patent traditional Chinese medicine. Lu, Yuan-Fu; Wu, Qin; Liang, Shi-Xia; Miao, Jia-Wei; Shi, Jing-Shan; Liu, Jie. Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology vol. 60 issue 2 July, 2011. p. 206-211

 An-Gong-Niu-Huang Wan (AGNH) is a patent traditional Chinese medicine for brain disorders. It… (more)

Keywords: AGNH; An-Gong-Niu-Huang Wan, a cinnabar- and realgar-containing traditional medicine; AST; aspartate aminotransferase; MT-1; metallothionein-1; HO-1; heme oxygenase-1; HgCl2; mercuric chloride; MeHg, CH3Hg(+); methylmercury; Cinnabar; An-Gong-Niu-Huang Wan; Methylmercury; Mercuric chloride; Chronic hepatotoxicity

DOI: 10.1016/j.yrtph.2011.03.007. ISSN: 0273-2300.

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