Ingredient ID 837 
Chinese Pronunciation ZHUSHA 
English Name Cinnabar  
Latin Name Cinnabaris  
Aliases DanSha
GongSha
ChenSha  
Cancers  
Identified Compounds
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1. Hgs

   HgS   232.66
  ID:8266

 
Recipes that contain
ZHUSHA
  1. 4      ShengLiDan
  2. 8      ErFenWan
  3. 100      QiXiaoWan
  4. 146      KangXueDan
  5. 174      LaoLiuWan
  6. 205      KangAiPian
  7. 208      ShengLiDan
  8. 212      ErFenWan
  9. 228      ShiGuanAiFang
  10. 228      ShiGuanAiFang
  11. 236      ZhiAiWan
  12. 271      KangAiWan
  13. 308      SongMuTang
  14. 320      GongLiuWan
  15. 380      QiXiaoWan
  16. 416      5901~2Fang
  17. 420      HuaAiSan
  18. 429      KangAiDan
  19. 430      KangBaiDan
  20. 461      KangAiWan
  21. 469      TuoDuWan
  22. 470      NaoLiuWan
  23. 492      KaiGuanSan
 

Available references (order by impact factor):

1:  Fischbein A, Wallace J, Anderson KE, Sassa S, Kon S, Rohl AN, Kappas A.
Lead poisoning in an art conservator.
JAMA.    impact factor:   15.402
1982;  247(14): 2007-9

2:  Martin-Gil J, Martin-Gil FJ, Delibes de Castro G, Zapatero-Magdaleno P, Sarabia-Herrero FJ.
Preserving the ancients with vermillion.
Lancet.    impact factor:   10.197
1994;  344(8939-8940): 1776-7

3:  Porter EK, Bird JM, Dickinson HG.
Nucleic acid synthesis in microsporocytes of Lilium cv. cinnabar: events in the nucleus.
J Cell Sci.    impact factor:   6.044
1982;  57: 229-46

4:  Lorenzen MD, Brown SJ, Denell RE, Beeman RW.
Cloning and characterization of the Tribolium castaneum eye-color genes encoding tryptophan oxygenase and kynurenine 3-monooxygenase.
Genetics.    impact factor:   4.221
2002;  160(1): 225-34

5:  Heitzler P, Coulson D, Saenz-Robles MT, Ashburner M, Roote J, Simpson P, Gubb D.
Genetic and cytogenetic analysis of the 43A-E region containing the segment polarity gene costa and the cellular polarity genes prickle and spiny-legs in Drosophila melanogaster.
Genetics.    impact factor:   4.221
1993;  135(1): 105-15

6:  Baldi F.
Microbial transformation of mercury species and their importance in the biogeochemical cycle of mercury.
Met Ions Biol Syst.    impact factor:   3.703
1997;  34: 213-57

7:  Jay JA, Murray KJ, Gilmour CC, Mason RP, Morel FM, Roberts AL, Hemond HF.
Mercury methylation by Desulfovibrio desulfuricans ND132 in the presence of polysulfides.
Appl Environ Microbiol.    impact factor:   3.541
2002;  68(11): 5741-5

8:  San-Miguel A, Wright NG, McMahon MI, Nelmes RJ.
Pressure evolution of the cinnabar phase of HgTe.
Phys Rev B Condens Matter.    impact factor:   3.008
1995;  51(14): 8731-8736

9:  Nelmes RJ, McMahon MI, Wright NG, Allan DR.
Observation of a high-pressure cinnabar phase in CdTe.
Phys Rev B Condens Matter.    impact factor:   3.008
1993;  48(2): 1314-1317

10:  Wright NG, McMahon MI, Nelmes RJ, San-Miguel A.
Crystal structure of the cinnabar phase of HgTe.
Phys Rev B Condens Matter.    impact factor:   3.008
1993;  48(17): 13111-13114

11:  Bagley MP, Schwartz RA, Lambert WC.
Hyperplastic reaction developing within a tattoo. Granulomatous tattoo reaction, probably to mercuric sulfide (cinnabar).
Arch Dermatol.    impact factor:   2.889
1987;  123(11): 1557, 1560-1

12:  Biro L, Klein WP.
Unusual complications of mercurial (cinnabar) tattoo. Generalized eczematous eruption following laceration of a tattoo.
Arch Dermatol.    impact factor:   2.889
1967;  96(2): 165-7

13:  Danscher G, Moller-Madsen B.
Silver amplification of mercury sulfide and selenide: a histochemical method for light and electron microscopic localization of mercury in tissue.
J Histochem Cytochem.    impact factor:   2.675
1985;  33(3): 219-28

14:  Dapkus D, Ramirez S, Murray MJ.
Halothane resistance in Drosophila melanogaster: development of a model and gene localization techniques.
Anesth Analg.    impact factor:   2.509
1996;  83(1): 147-55

15:  Lobo NF, Hua-Van A, Li X, Nolen BM, Fraser MJ Jr.
Germ line transformation of the yellow fever mosquito, Aedes aegypti, mediated by transpositional insertion of a piggyBac vector.
Insect Mol Biol.    impact factor:   2.412
2002;  11(2): 133-9

16:  Ashinoff R, Levine VJ, Soter NA.
Allergic reactions to tattoo pigment after laser treatment.
Dermatol Surg.    impact factor:   2.279
1995;  21(4): 291-4

17:  Yen CC, Liu SH, Chen WK, Lin RH, Lin-Shiau SY.
Tissue distribution of different mercurial compounds analyzed by the improved FI-CVAAS.
J Anal Toxicol.    impact factor:   2.221
2002;  26(5): 286-95

18:  Yamaguchi O.
Spontaneous chromosome mutation and screening of mutator factors in Drosophila melanogaster.
Mutat Res.    impact factor:   2.107
1976;  34(3): 389-405

19:  Young YH, Chuu JJ, Liu SH, Lin-Shiau SY.
Neurotoxic mechanism of cinnabar and mercuric sulfide on the vestibulo-ocular reflex system of guinea pigs.
Toxicol Sci.    impact factor:   1.778
2002;  67(2): 256-63

20:  Ghazi AM, Reinhard KJ, Holmes MA, Durrance E.
Further evidence of lead contamination of Omaha skeletons.
Am J Phys Anthropol.    impact factor:   1.724
1994;  95(4): 427-34

21:  Warren WD, Palmer S, Howells AJ.
Molecular characterization of the cinnabar region of Drosophila melanogaster: identification of the cinnabar transcription unit.
Genetica.    impact factor:   1.699
1996;  98(3): 249-62

22:  Savvateeva E, Popov A, Kamyshev N, Bragina J, Heisenberg M, Senitz D, Kornhuber J, Riederer P.
Age-dependent memory loss, synaptic pathology and altered brain plasticity in the Drosophila mutant cardinal accumulating 3-hydroxykynurenine.
J Neural Transm.    impact factor:   1.688
2000;  107(5): 581-601

23:  Edwards HG, Farwell DW, Rull Perez F, Medina Garcia J.
Mediaeval cantorals in the Valladolid Biblioteca: FT-Raman spectroscopic study.
Analyst.    impact factor:   1.677
2001;  126(3): 383-8

24:  Bellander T, Merler E, Ceccarelli F, Boffetta P.
Historical exposure to inorganic mercury at the smelter works of Abbadia San Salvatore, Italy.
Ann Occup Hyg.    impact factor:   1.577
1998;  42(2): 81-90

25:  Todoli JL, Maestre S, Mora J, Canals A, Hernandis V.
Comparison of several spray chambers operating at very low liquid flow rates in inductively coupled plasma atomic emission spectrometry.
Fresenius J Anal Chem.    impact factor:   1.418
2000;  368(8): 773-9

26:  Chuu JJ, Hsu CJ, Lin-Shiau SY.
Abnormal auditory brainstem responses for mice treated with mercurial compounds: involvement of excessive nitric oxide.
Toxicology.    impact factor:   1.343
2001;  162(1): 11-22

27:  Tan TM, Sin YM, Wong KP.
Mercury-induced UDP-glucuronyltransferase (UDPGT) activity in mouse kidney.
Toxicology.    impact factor:   1.343
1990;  64(1): 81-7

28:  Yeoh TS, Lee AS, Lee HS.
Absorption of mercuric sulphide following oral administration in mice.
Toxicology.    impact factor:   1.343
1986;  41(1): 107-11

29:  Loppi S.
Environmental distribution of mercury and other trace elements in the geothermal area of Bagnore (Mt. Amiata, Italy).
Chemosphere.    impact factor:   1.255
2001;  45(6-7): 991-5

30:  Bacci E, Gaggi C, Lanzillotti E, Ferrozzi S, Valli L.
Geothermal power plants at Mt. Amiata (Tuscany-Italy): mercury and hydrogen sulphide deposition revealed by vegetation.
Chemosphere.    impact factor:   1.255
2000;  40(8): 907-11

31:  Rytuba JJ.
Mercury mine drainage and processes that control its environmental impact.
Sci Total Environ.    impact factor:   1.126
2000;  260(1-3): 57-71

32:  Gray JE, Theodorakos PM, Bailey EA, Turner RR.
Distribution, speciation, and transport of mercury in stream-sediment, stream-water, and fish collected near abandoned mercury mines in southwestern Alaska, USA.
Sci Total Environ.    impact factor:   1.126
2000;  260(1-3): 21-33

33:  Ferrara R, Mazzolai B, Lanzillotta E, Nucaro E, Pirrone N.
Temporal trends in gaseous mercury evasion from the Mediterranean seawaters.
Sci Total Environ.    impact factor:   1.126
2000;  259(1-3): 183-90

34:  Horvat M, Covelli S, Faganeli J, Logar M, Mandic V, Rajar R, Sirca A, Zagar D.
Mercury in contaminated coastal environments; a case study: the Gulf of Trieste.
Sci Total Environ.    impact factor:   1.126
1999;  237-238: 43-56

35:  Yamada M, Minami T, Yamada G, Tohno Y, Tohno S, Ikeda Y, Tashiro T, Kohno Y, Kawakami K.
Different element ratios of red cosmetics excavated from ancient burials of Japan.
Sci Total Environ.    impact factor:   1.126
1997;  199(3): 293-8

36:  Leonzio C, Bacci E, Focardi S, Renzoni A.
Heavy metals in organisms from the northern Tyrrhenian sea.
Sci Total Environ.    impact factor:   1.126
1981;  20(2): 131-46

37:  Schionning JD, Danscher G.
Autometallographic mercury correlates with degenerative changes in dorsal root ganglia of rats intoxicated with organic mercury.
APMIS.    impact factor:   1.097
1999;  107(3): 303-10

38:  Martin-Doimeadios RC, Wasserman JC, Bermejo LF, Amouroux D, Nevado JJ, Donard OF.
Chemical availability of mercury in stream sediments from the Almaden area, Spain.
J Environ Monit.    impact factor:   1.068
2000;  2(4): 360-6

39:  Richards LJ, Myers JH.
Maternal influences on size and emergence time of the cinnabar moth.
Can J Zool.    impact factor:   1.015
1980;  58(8): 1452-7

40:  Canning EU, Curry A, Cheney SA, Lafranchi-Tristem NJ, Kawakami Y, Hatakeyama Y, Iwano H, Ishihara R.
Nosema tyriae n.sp. and Nosema sp., microsporidian parasites of Cinnabar moth Tyria jacobaeae.
J Invertebr Pathol.    impact factor:   .96
1999;  74(1): 29-38

41:  Arnett EB, Irby LR, Cook JG.
Sex- and age-specific lungworm infection in Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep during winter.
J Wildl Dis.    impact factor:   .898
1993;  29(1): 90-3

42:  Paton DR, Sullivan DT.
Mutagenesis at the cinnabar locus in Drosophila melanogaster.
Biochem Genet.    impact factor:   .797
1978;  16(9-10): 855-65

43:  Bartolome B, Cordoba S, Sanchez-Perez J, Fernandez-Herrera J, Garcia-Diez A.
Baboon syndrome of unusual origin.
Contact Dermatitis.    impact factor:   .741
2000;  43(2): 113

44:  Hardy AD, Sutherland HH, Vaishnav R, Worthing MA.
A report on the composition of mercurials used in traditional medicines in Oman.
J Ethnopharmacol.    impact factor:   .687
1995;  49(1): 17-22

45:  Wiesenauer M, Gaus W, Bohnacker U, Haussler S.
[Efficiency of homeopathic preparation combinations in sinusitis. Results of a randomized double blind study with general practitioners]
Arzneimittelforschung.    impact factor:   .671
1989;  39(5): 620-5

46:  Mahdihassan S.
Alchemy, Chinese versus Greek, an etymological approach: a rejoinder.
Am J Chin Med.    impact factor:   .583
1988;  16(1-2): 83-6

47:  Mahdihassan S.
Cinnabar-gold as the best alchemical drug of longevity, called Makaradhwaja in India.
Am J Chin Med.    impact factor:   .583
1985;  13(1-4): 93-108

48:  Mahdihassan S.
Tan, cinnabar, as drug of longevity prior to alchemy.
Am J Chin Med.    impact factor:   .583
1984;  12(1-4): 50-4

49:  Mahdihassan S.
Outline of the beginnings of alchemy and its antecedents.
Am J Chin Med.    impact factor:   .583
1984;  12(1-4): 32-42

50:  Mahdihassan S.
T'ao-t'ieh, a motif of Chinese funerary art as the iconographic counterpart of Cinnabar, an alchemical drug.
Am J Chin Med.    impact factor:   .583
1982;  10(1-4): 5-13

51:  Mahdihassan S.
A comparative study of greek and chinese alchemy.
Am J Chin Med.    impact factor:   .583
1979;  7(2): 171-81

52:  Kang-Yum E, Oransky SH.
Chinese patent medicine as a potential source of mercury poisoning.
Vet Hum Toxicol.    impact factor:   .531
1992;  34(3): 235-8

53:  Goldman L.
Macular syphilides absent in red tattoo.
Cutis.    impact factor:   .452
1989;  44(4): 313

54:  Weber U, Luedtke R, Friese KH, Fischer I, Moeller H.
A non-randomised pilot study to compare complementary and conventional treatments of acute sinusitis.
Forsch Komplementarmed Klass Naturheilkd.    impact factor:   .3
2002;  9(2): 99-104

55:  Adelman ZN, Jasinskiene N, James AA.
Development and applications of transgenesis in the yellow fever mosquito, Aedes aegypti.
Mol Biochem Parasitol.    impact factor:   0
2002;  121(1): 1-10

56:  Mikac N, Foucher D, Niessen S, Fischer JC.
Extractability of HgS (cinnabar and metacinnabar) by hydrochloric acid.
Anal Bioanal Chem.    impact factor:   0
2002;  374(6): 1028-33

57:  Kokoza V, Ahmed A, Wimmer EA, Raikhel AS.
Efficient transformation of the yellow fever mosquito Aedes aegypti using the piggyBac transposable element vector pBac[3xP3-EGFP afm].
Insect Biochem Mol Biol.    impact factor:   0
2001;  31(12): 1137-43

58:  Chuu JJ, Young YH, Liu SH, Lin-Shiau SY.
Neurotoxicity of mercury sulfide in the vestibular ocular reflex system of guinea pigs.
Naunyn Schmiedebergs Arch Pharmacol.    impact factor:   0
2001;  364(3): 249-58

59:  Zoppi A, Perardi A, Castellucci E.
Characterisation of pigments and corrosion patinas by means of micro-Raman spectroscopy.
Ann Chim.    impact factor:   0
2001;  91(11-12): 833-41

60:  Chuu JJ, Liu SH, Lin-Shiau SY.
Effects of methyl mercury, mercuric sulfide and cinnabar on active avoidance responses, Na+/K+-ATPase activities and tissue mercury contents in rats.
Proc Natl Sci Counc Repub China B.    impact factor:   0
2001;  25(2): 128-36

61:  Shen S.
[Investigation on the evolution of the titles of zhen zhu (cinnabar) and zhen zhu (pearl) and its confusion, ancient and modern]
Zhonghua Yi Shi Za Zhi.    impact factor:   0
2000;  30(1): 9-13

62:  Coates CJ, Jasinskiene N, Morgan D, Tosi LR, Beverley SM, James AA.
Purified mariner (Mos1) transposase catalyzes the integration of marked elements into the germ-line of the yellow fever mosquito, Aedes aegypti.
Insect Biochem Mol Biol.    impact factor:   0
2000;  30(11): 1003-8

63:  Wang Z.
[The conscious of mutual infiltration of nature of things (Cmnn) and alchemy and swallowing stone]
Zhonghua Yi Shi Za Zhi.    impact factor:   0
2000;  30(4): 222-4

64:  Savvateeva EV, Popov AV, Kamyshev NG, Iliadi KG, Bragina JV, Heisenberg M, Kornhuber J, Riederer P.
Age-dependent changes in memory and mushroom bodies in the Drosophila mutant vermilion deficient in the kynurenine pathway of tryptophan metabolism.
Ross Fiziol Zh Im I M Sechenova.    impact factor:   0
1999;  85(1): 167-83

65:  Jasinskiene N, Coates CJ, Benedict MQ, Cornel AJ, Rafferty CS, James AA, Collins FH.
Stable transformation of the yellow fever mosquito, Aedes aegypti, with the Hermes element from the housefly.
Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A.    impact factor:   0
1998;  95(7): 3743-7

66:  Coates CJ, Jasinskiene N, Miyashiro L, James AA.
Mariner transposition and transformation of the yellow fever mosquito, Aedes aegypti.
Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A.    impact factor:   0
1998;  95(7): 3748-51

67:  Cornel AJ, Benedict MQ, Rafferty CS, Howells AJ, Collins FH.
Transient expression of the Drosophila melanogaster cinnabar gene rescues eye color in the white eye (WE) strain of Aedes aegypti.
Insect Biochem Mol Biol.    impact factor:   0
1997;  27(12): 993-7

68:  Schoof RA, Nielsen JB.
Evaluation of methods for assessing the oral bioavailability of inorganic mercury in soil.
Risk Anal.    impact factor:   0
1997;  17(5): 545-55

69:  Xiao Z, Xiao Z.
[Mineral medicinal material cinnabar in Hunan Province]
Zhongguo Zhong Yao Za Zhi.    impact factor:   0
1997;  22(3): 139-41, 190

70:  Xie M, Chu J, Peng W, Wu Q.
[Effects of ding zhi pills on the scopolamine-induced impairment of passive avoidance in rats]
Zhongguo Zhong Yao Za Zhi.    impact factor:   0
1996;  21(8): 490-3, 512

71:  Martin-Gil J, Martin-Gil FJ, Delibes-de-Castro G, Zapatero-Magdaleno P, Sarabia-Herrero FJ.
The first known use of vermillion.
Experientia.    impact factor:   0
1995;  51(8): 759-61

72:  Miglani GS, Kaur NP.
Modification by chloramphenicol of diethyl sulphate-induced male recombination frequency in Drosophila melanogaster.
Indian J Exp Biol.    impact factor:   0
1995;  33(6): 401-7

73:  Sin YM, Teh WF.
Effect of long-term uptake of mercuric sulphide on thyroid hormones and glutathione in mice.
Bull Environ Contam Toxicol.    impact factor:   0
1992;  49(6): 847-54

74:  Montoya-Cabrera MA, Rubio-Rodriguez S, Velazquez-Gonzalez E, Avila Montoya S.
[Mercury poisoning caused by a homeopathic drug]
Gac Med Mex.    impact factor:   0
1991;  127(3): 267-70

75:  Hirai T, Nimura Y, Sakai H.
The three-dimensional microstructure of intramural lymphatics in the canine large intestine.
Gastroenterol Jpn.    impact factor:   0
1990;  25(2): 169-74

76:  Azzali G.
[Historical notes on the lymphatic vascular system]
Acta Biomed Ateneo Parmense.    impact factor:   0
1990;  61(3-4): 113-25

77:  Sin YM, Teh WF, Wong MK, Reddy PK.
Effect of mercury on glutathione and thyroid hormones.
Bull Environ Contam Toxicol.    impact factor:   0
1990;  44(4): 616-22

78:  Tie B, Qi W, Chen G.
[Determination of soluble mercury contents in Chinese traditional patent medicines for children]
Zhongguo Zhong Yao Za Zhi.    impact factor:   0
1990;  15(10): 602-4, 639

79:  Sin YM, Teh WF, Wong MK.
Absorption of mercuric chloride and mercuric sulphide and their possible effects on tissue glutathione in mice.
Bull Environ Contam Toxicol.    impact factor:   0
1989;  42(2): 307-14

80:  Wright SM, Wikel SK, Wrenn WJ.
Host immune responsiveness to the chigger, Eutrombicula cinnabaris.
Ann Trop Med Parasitol.    impact factor:   0
1988;  82(3): 283-93

81:  Rogov VD, Kondrat'ev SN.
[Acute mercury poisoning from its external use]
Vestn Dermatol Venerol.    impact factor:   0
1985;  (6): 58-9

 

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