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8. Brown V, Ennis M. Flow-cytometric analysis of basophil activation: inhibition by histamine at conventional and homeopathic concentrations. Inflammation Research 2001; 50 (suppl. 2): S47-48.

9. Lorenz I, Schneider EM, Stolz P, Brack A, Strube J. Sensitive flow cytometric method to test basophil activationinfluenced by homeopathic histamine dilution. Forsch Komplementärmedizin 2003; 10: 316-324.

10. Betti L, Brizzi M, Nani D, Peruzzi M. Effect of high dilutions of Arsenicum album on wheat seedings from seeds poisoned with the same substance. British Homeopathic Journal, 1997; 86: 86-89.

11. Brizzi M, Nani D, Peruzzi M, Betti L. Effect of sub-lethal dosis of As2O3 pre-treatment cured by high dilutions of the same on wheat germination. Reproducibility of the experiment. Br Homeopath J 2000; 89: 63-67.

12. Mitra K, Kundu SN, Khuda Bukhsh AR. Efficacy of a potentized drug (Arsenicum album 30) in reducing cytotoxic effects produced by arsenit trioxyde in mice: II. On alterations in body weight, tissue weight and total protein. Complement Ther Med 1997; 7:24-34.

13. Kundu SN, Mitra K, Khuda Bukhsh AR. Efficacy of a potentized drug (Arsenicum album 30) in reducing cytotoxic effects produced by arsenit trioxyde in mice: IV. Pathologic changes, proteine profile, and content of DNA and RNA. Complement Ther Med 2000; 8: 157-165.

14. Endler PC, Lüdtke R, Heckman C, Zausner C. et al. Pretreatment with thyroxin enhances a “curative” effect of homeopathically prepared thyroxin on lowland frogs. Research on Complementary Medicine 2003; 10:137-142.

15. Rey L. Thermoluminescence of ultra-high dilutions of lithium chloride and sodium chloride. Physica A 2003; 232: 67-74.

16. Bell IR, Lewis DA 2nd, Brooks AJ, Lewis SE, Schwartz GE. Gas discharge visualisation visualisation evaluation of ultramolecular doses of homeopathic medicines under blinded, controlled conditions. J Altern Comp Med 2003; 9: 25-38.

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