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Ifj. Ernst T. Krebs A nitrilozidok (B-17 vitamin) – amigdalin, Természetük, előfordulásuk és fontos szerepük az anyagcserében, Megjelent: Journal of Applied Nutrition, 1970, 22. kötet, 3-4. szám.

Manal K Abdel-Rahman (2011). Can apricot kernels fatty acids delay the atrophied hepatocytes from progression to fibrosis in dimethylnitrosamine (DMN)-induced liver injury in rats? Published in Lipids in Health and Disease.

C. Sharma, B. M. K. S. Tilakratne, and Anil Gupta (October 2010). Utilization of wild apricot kernel press cake for extraction of protein isolate. Published in Journal of Food and Technology.

USDA Agricultural Research Service, National Agricultural Library, Nutrient Data Laboratory (2013). Nutrient data for 04530, Oil, apricot kernel.

Korekar G, Stobdan T, Arora R, Yadav A, Singh SB (November 2011). Antioxidant capacity and phenolics content of apricot (Prunus armeniaca L.) kernel as a function of genotype. Published in Plant foods for human nutrition.

Wu-yang Huang, Hong-cheng Zhang, Wen-xu Liu, and Chun-yang Li (2012). Survey of antioxidant capacity and phenolic composition of blueberry, blackberry, and strawberry in Nanjing. Published in Journal of Zhejiang University Science B.

Paul Fassa. (2009) Apricot Seeds Kill Cancer Cells without Side Effects.

Stefanson, V, Hill & Wang. CANCER: Disease of Civilization? An Anthropological and Historical Study, New York, 1960.

MacKarness R., Fontana. Eat Fat and Grow Slim, London 1976.

Laetrile Case Histories, Richardson J.A. and P. Bantam, USA.

Krebs, ET Jr. “The Nitrilo­sides in plants and ani­mals”, New Rochelle: Arling­ton House, 1974, p. 145–164.

Cul­bert, M What the Med­ical Estab­lish­ment Won’t Tell You That Could Save Your Life, Vir­ginia Beach: Don­ning Co., 1983

Krieger, R. I. Cyanophoric plants. 1976. Toxicol Newsletter, 2(5), 2

Kappor, N., K.L. Bedi, and A.K. Bhatia, Chemical Composition of Different Varieties of Apricots and Their Kernels Grown in Ladakha Region, J. Food Sci. Technol. 24:141–143 (1987).

Kamel, B.S., and Y. Kakuda, Characterization of the Seed Oil and Meal from Apricot, Cherry, Nectarine, Peach and Plum, J. Am. Oil Chem. Soc. 69:493–494 (1992).

Hallabo, S.A.S., F.A. El-Wakeil, and M.K.S. Morsi, Chemical and Physical Properties of Apricot Kernel, Apricot Kernel Oil and Almond Kernel Oil, Egyptian J. Food Sci. 3:1–6 (1977).

Abd El Aal, M.H., M.A. Hamza, and E.H. Rahma, In vitro Digestibility, Physico-chemical and Functional Properties of Apricot Kernel Proteins, Food. Chem. 19:197–212 (1986).

Özcan, M., Composition of Some Apricot (Prunus armeniaca L.) Kernels Grown in Turkey, Acta Aliment. 29:289–293 (2000).

Gezer, I., and S. Dikilitaş, The Study of Work Process and Determination of Some Working Parameters in an Apricot Pit Processing Plant in Turkey, J. Food Eng. 53:111–114 (2002).

Moussa, M.M., and M.A.B. Taiseer, Evaluation of Apricot Kernel Proteins, Alexandria J. Agric. Res. 28:133–137 (1980).

Femenia, A., C. Rossello, A. Mulet, and J. Canellas, Chemical Composition of Bitter and Sweet Apricot Kernels, J. Agric. Food Chem. 43:356–361 (1995).

Gabrial, G.N., F.I. El-Nahry, M.Z. Awadalla, and S.M. Girgis, Unconventional Protein Sources: Apricot

Joshi, S., R.K. Srivastava, and D.N. Dhar, The Chemistry of Prunus armeniaca, Br. Food J. 88:74–78 80 (1986).

Salem, S.A., and F.M.A. Salem, Egyptian Apricot Kernels Seeds, Dtsch. Lebensm. Rundsch. 69:322–324 (1973).

El-Adawy, T.A., A.H. Rahma, A.A. El-Badawey, M.A. Gomaa, R. Lasztity, and L. Sarkadi, Biochemical Studies of Some Nonconventional Sources of Proteins. Part 7. Effect of Detoxification Treatments on the Nutritional Quality of Apricot Kernels, Nahrung 38:12–20 (1994).

Abd El-Aal, M.H., M.M. Hamza, and E.H. Rahma, Apricot Kernel Oil: Characterization, Chemical Composition and Utilization in Some Baked Products, Food. Chem. 19:287–298 (1986).

Ogihara, H., S. Itah, and H. Tsuyuki, Studies on Lipids of Ume Apricot, J. Jpn. Soc. Food Sci. Technol. 29:221–227 (1982).

Lotti, G., G. Pisano, and S. Baragli, Characterization of Apricot Seed Oils, Riv. Ital. Sostanze Grasse 47:867–871 (1970).

Farines, M., J. Soulier, and F. Comes, Etude de la Fraction Glyceridique des Huiles de Graines de Quelques Rosaceae Prunoides, Rev. Fr. Corps Gras 33:115–117 (1986).

Diamond, W.J., and W.L. Cowden, Alternative Medicine: Definitive Guide to Cancer, Future Medicine Publishing, Puyallup, Washington, 1997, pp. 11–16.

Stoewsand, G.S., J.L. Anderson, and R.C. Lamb, Cyanide Content of Apricot Kernels, J. Food Sci. 40:1107–1115 (1975).

J. Ballhom, “Cyanogenic glycosides in nuts and seeds,” in Nuts & Seeds in Health and Disease Prevention, V. R. Preedy, R. R. Watson, and V. B. Patel, Eds., pp. 129–136, Academic Press is an imprint of Elsevier, London, UK, 1st edition, 2011.

Dicenta, P. Martínez-Gómez, N. Grané et al., “Relationship between cyanogenic compounds in kernels, leaves, and roots of sweet and bitter kernelled almonds,” Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, vol. 50, no. 7, pp. 2149–2152, 2002.

Krebs, E.T., and Bouziane, N.R., The Laetriles -Nitrilosides- in the Prevention and Control of Cancer. Sausalito, CA: The McNaughton Foundation, , 1967.

Davignon, JP, Trissel, LA, & Kleinman, LM. Pharmaceutical assessment of amygdalin (Laetrile) products. Cancer Treatment Reports. 1978; 62 (1): 99-104.

McCarrison, SR. “Nutrition and National Health.” Journal of the Royal Society of Arts. 1936. lxxxiv, 1047, 1067, 1087.

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Moertel, CG, Fleming, TR, Rubin, J, et al. A clinical trial of amygdalin (Laetrile) in the treatment of human cancer. New England Journal of Medicine. 1982; 306 (4): 201-6.

Ross WE. Unconventional cancer therapy. Compr Ther 11 (9): 37-43, 1985.

Kochi M, Takeuchi S, Mizutani T, et al. Antitumor activity of benzaldehyde. Cancer Treat Rep 64 (1): 21-3, 1980

Levi L, French WN, Bickis IJ, et al. Laetrile: a study of its physicochemical and biochemical properties. Can Med Assoc J 92 (20): 1057-61, 1965.