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Leung TK, Huang PJ, Chen YC, Lee CM.
Physical-chemical Test Platform for Room Temperature, Far-infrared Ray Emitting Ceramic Materials (cFIR).
In: Journal of the Chinese Chemical Society. 2011;58(5):653-8.


Leung TK, Lee CM, Tsai SY, Chen YC, Chao JS.
A Pilot Study of Ceramic Powder Far-Infrared Ray Irradiation (cFIR).
In: Physiology: Observation of Cell Cultures and Amphibian Skeletal Muscle. Chin J Physiol. 2011;54(4):247-54.


Jiang P, Luo L.
[The effect of far infrared rays on the survival of randomized skin flap in the rat: an experimental study].                                
Zhongguo Xiu Fu Chong Jian Wai Ke Za Zhi. 1997;11(2):69-71


Yoo BH, Park CM, Oh TJ, Han SH, Kang HH, Chang IS.
Investigation of jewelry powders radiating far-infrared rays and the biological effects on human skin.                                          J.Cosmet Sci. 2002;53(3):175-84.


Yu SY, Chiu JH, Yang SD, Hsu YC, Lui WY, Wu CW.
Biological effect of far-infrared therapy on increasing skin microcirculation in rats.                                               
Photodermatol Photoimmunol Photomed. 2006;22(2):78-86.


Shigezo S, Tetsuro Y, Tadahiko M, Hiroki T, Tomoki E, Tsunehisa A.
Effect of Far-Infrared Light Irradiation on Water as Observed by X-Ray Diffraction Measurements.                                                    
Japanese Journal of Applied Physics. 2004;43(2):545.


Leung T, Lin S, Yang T, Yang J, Lin Y.
The Influence of Ceramic Far-Infrared Ray (cFIR) Irradiation on Water Hydrogen Bonding and its Related Chemo-physical Properties
Hydrology Current Research. 2014;5(3):174.


Ishikawa M, Fukuzumi S.
S. The first non-enzymatic reduction of acetaldehyde and analogues by an NADH model compound.                             
Journal Of The Chemical Society, Chemical Communications. 1990:1353-5.


Maconi E, Griffini A, Cavazzoni V, Aragozzini F.
Reduction of acetaldehyde to ethanol by some micro-organisms and its stereospecificity.                                        
Biochem J. 1988;250(3):929-32.


Sato N, Higa T, Sugita S, Shuya M.
Some properties of concrete mixed with effective microorganisms and the on-site investigation of the completed structures.SingaporeSingapore2003.


Maeda I.
Method of improving durability of a building, building, far-infrared radiation thermal storage floor heating system, and method of improving soil of building lot2001.
Scandanavla Home C0. Ltd., Tokyo (JP)


Andrew TCS, Syahrizal II, Jamaluddin MY.
Effective Microorganisms for Concrete (EMC) Admixture – Its Effects to the Mechanical Properties of Concrete.                

Awam International Conference on Civil Engineering (AICCE’12) Geohazard Information Zonation (GIZ’12); Park Royal Penang Resort2012.


Wang J, Ersan YC, Boon N, De Belie N.
Application of microorganisms in concrete: a promising sustainable strategy to improve concrete durability.
Appl Microbiol Biotechnol. 2016;100(7):2993-3007.

Sato N, Higa T, Sugita S, Shuya M.
Some properties of concrete mixed with effective microorganisms and the on-site investigation of the completed structures.


Kembel SW, Meadow JF, O’Connor TK, Mhuireach G, Northcutt D, Kline J.
Architectural design drives the biogeography of indoor bacterial communities.                                                                        PLoS One. 2014;9(1):e87093.


Peccia J, Kwan SE.
Buildings, Beneficial Microbes, and Health.
Trends Microbiol. 2016;24(8):595-7.


Kembel SW, Jones E, Kline J, Northcutt D, Stenson J, Womack AM, et al.
Architectural design influences the diversity and structure of the built environment microbiome.
ISME J. 2012;6(8):1469-79.


Dunn RR, Fierer N, Henley JB, Leff JW, Menninger HL.
Home life: factors structuring the bacterial diversity found within and between home.
PLoS One. 2013;8(5):e64133.


Boga C, Del Vecchio E, Forlani L, Franceschetti M.                               Microbes to clean indoor pollutants.
Envoronmental Chemestry Letters 2014;12(3):429-34.


Fujimura KE, Demoor T, Rauch M, Faruqi AA, Jang S, Johnson CC, et al.                                                                                                                     House dust exposure mediates gut microbiome Lactobacillus enrichment and airway immune defense against allergens and virus infection.                                                                                              Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2014;111(2):805-10.


Weyens N, Thijs S, Popek R, Witters N, Przybysz A, Espenshade J, et al.
The Role of Plant-Microbe Interactions and Their Exploitation for Phytoremediation of Air Pollutants. International Journal of Molecular.
Sciences. 2015;16(10):25576-604.


Orwell RL, Wood RA, Burchett MD, Tarran J, Torpy F.

The potted-plant microcosm substantially reduces indoor air VOC pollution:II.
Laboratory study. Water Air and Soil Pollution. 2006;177(1-4):59-80.


Wood RA, Burchett MD, Alquezar R, Orwell RL, Tarran J, Torpy F.
The potted-plant microcosm substantially reduces indoor air VOC pollution: I                                                Office field-study. Water Air and Soil Pollution. 2006;175(1-4):163-80.


Guieysse B, Hort C, Platel V, Munoz R, Ondarts M, Revah S.
Biological treatment of indoor air for VOC removal: potential and challenges.
Biotechnol Adv. 2008;26(5):398-410.


Vatansever F, Hamblin MR.
Far infrared radiation (FIR): its biological effects and medical applications.
Photonics Lasers Med. 2012;4:255-66.


Leung TK, Lin YS, Lee CM, Chen YC, Shang HF, Hsiao SY, et al.
Direct and Indirect Effects of Ceramic Far Infrared Radiation on the Hydrogen Peroxide-scavenging Capacity and on Murine Macrophages under Oxidative Stress.
Journal of Medical and Biological Engineering. 2011;31(5):345-51.

Leung TK, Chan CF, Lai PS, Yang CH, Hsu CY, Lin YS.
Inhibitory Effects of Far-Infrared Irradiation Generated by Ceramic Material on Murine Melanoma Cell Growth.
International Journal of Photoenergy. 2012.


Leung TK, Chen CH, Lai CH, Lee CM, Chen CC, Yang JC, et al.
Bone and Joint Protection Ability of Ceramic Material with Biological Effects.
Chinese Journal of Physiology. 2012;55(1):47-54.


Ko GD, Berbrayer D.
Effect of ceramic-impregnated « thermoflow » gloves on patients with Raynaud’s syndrome: randomized, placebo-controlled study.
Altern Med Rev. 2002;7(4):328-35.


Leung TK, Lee CM, Lin SL, Wu CH, Chiou JF, Huang PJ, et al
Protective Effect of Non-Ionizing Radiation from Ceramic Far Infrared (cFIR)-Emitting Material Against Oxidative Stress on Human Breast Epithelial Cells.
Journal of Medical and Biological Engineering. 2014;34(1):69-75.


Inoué S, Kabaya M.
Biological activities caused by far-infrared radiation.
Int J Biometeorol. 1989;33(3):145-50


Ogita S, Imanaka M, Matsuo S, Takebayashi T, Nakai Y, Fukumasu H, et al.
Effects of far-infrared radiation on lactation.
Ann Physiol Anthropol. 1990;9(2):83-91.


Conrado LA, Munin E.
Reduction in body measurements after use of a garment made with synthetic fibers embedded with ceramic nanoparticles.
J Cosmet Dermatol. 2011;10(1):30-5.


Lee CH, Roh JW, Lim CY, Hong JH, Lee JK, Min EG.
A multicenter, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial evaluating the efficacy and safety of a far infrared-emitting sericite belt in patients with primary dysmenorrhea.
Complement Ther Med. 2011;19(4):187-93.


Liau BY, Leung TK, Ou MC, Ho CK, Yang AG, Lin YS.
Inhibitory Effects of Far-Infrared Ray-Emitting Belts on Primary Dysmenorrhea.
International Journal of Photoenergy. 2012.


Rao J, Paabo KE, Goldman MP.
A double-blinded randomized trial testing the tolerability and efficacy of a novel topical agent with and without occlusion for the treatment of cellulite: a study and review of the literature.
J Drugs Dermatol. 2004;3(4):417-25.


Rao J, Gold MH, Goldman MP.
A two-center, double-blinded, randomized trial testing the tolerability and efficacy of a novel therapeutic agent for cellulite reduction.
J Cosmet Dermatol. 2005;4(2):93-102.