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Poster for the 35th ISFR conference 8-9 November 2020 in Tehran, Iran. (Despite the current problems with Covid-19 in Iran, it is anticipated that these will be largely settled by September and allow the Conference to still be held as planned on 8-9 November 2020).
Poster for the 35th ISFR conference in Tehran, Iran, on 8-9 November 2020. (PDF)
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Epub100: Singh B, Jajoo A. Comparative analysis of fluoride inhibition of photosynthesis in C3 (wheat) and C4 (maize) plants. (PDF)
Epub099: Jha SK, Sharma YK, Nayak AK, Mishra VK, Damodaran T. Groundwater quality with special reference to fluoride in Unnao District, Uttar Pradesh, India: A hydro-geochemical and multivariate statistical approach. (PDF)
Epub098: Ozmen B. Analysis of anion and cation release from glass ionomer cements using ion chromatography. (PDF)
Epub097: Ahmed S, Ali R, Ansari M, Ahmad MN, Haider A, Jabeen F, Zulfiqar A. Effect of sodium fluoride stress on the productivity of Solaneum melongena L. (aubergine, brinjal, eggplant). (PDF)
Epub096: Ahmed S, Ali R, Ansari M, Ahmad MN, Haider A, Jabeen F. Fluoride-induced abnormalities and modulations in growth parameters of Solanum melongena L. (brinjal, bengun, aubergine, eggplant). (PDF)
Epub095: Ramadan AM, Al-Sharif AS, Al-Shareef SH. Ambient temperature in the determination of the upper optimum fluoride level for communal potable water supplies in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. (PDF)
Epub094: Bhat RS, Soliman DA, Al-Daihan S. Sodium fluoride induces oxidative stress in oral bacteria by altering glutathione (GSH) and glutathione-S-transferase (GST) activity. (PDF)
Epub093:Rabbani D, Parmoozeh Z, Mahvi AH, Salem A. Co-application of coagulation and electrochemical processes to remove fluoride from water. (PDF)
Epub092: Kaldunska J, Jakubczyk K, Gutowska I, Dalewski B, Janda K. Fluoride content in dietary supplements of spirulina (Arthrospira spp) from conventional and organic cultivation. (PDF)
Epub091: Chengalvala K, Prabhavathi K, Venkateshu KV, Sheela SR, Kalyani R, Raghuveer CV, Kiranmayee P. Serum fluoride levels as a biomarker in pre=eclamptic women: a case-control tertiary care hospital based study. (PDF)
Epub090: Sarker MNI, Ahmad MS, Islam MS, Syed MMMA, Memon NH. Potential food safety risk in fruit production from the extensive use of fluorine-containing agrochemicals. (PDF)
Epub089: Ghaffar S, Khan I, Ahmad MA, Umar T, Munir I, Ahmad MN, Shah SJ, Ullah I, Mustafa G, Ali W, Ahmad T. Effect of fluoride on the physiology and growth indicators of maize ( Zea mays L.) (PDF)
Epub088: Rahman N, Husain M, Yang J, Sajjad M, Ahmad MS, Habib A, Rauf A, Ul Haq M, Saddique J, Nisar M, Shah S, Zulfiqar, Maouche C, Ur Rehman M, Imran M. Theoretical investigation of the structural, electronic, and mechanical properties of the magnesium-based fluoroperovskite compounds XMgF3 (X= Ga, Al, In). (PDF)
Epub087: Husain M, Ahmad MS, Rahman N, Sajjad M, Rauf A, Habib A, Ul Haq M, Nisar M, Hussain A, Imran M, Salahuddin. First principle study of the structural, electronic, and mechanical properties of cubic fluoroperovskites: (ZnXF3, X = Y, Bi). (PDF)
Epub079: Verma KK, Kumar A, Singh M, Verma CL. Developing a model for urinary fluoride levels in relation to the fluoride content of drinking water and foodstuffs in a rural population in Lakhimpur (Kheri), Uttar Pradesh, India. (PDF)
Report on the XXXIVth Conference of the International Society for Fluoride Research, Guiyang, People's Republic of China, October 18-20, 2018
Website for the XXXIVth Conference of the International Society for Fluoride Research, Guiyang, People's Republic of China, October 18-20, 2018
Website for the XXXIVth Conference of the International Society for Fluoride Research, Guiyang, People's Republic of China, October 18-20, 2018
Planning for future ISFR conferences
The 35th conference of the International Society for Fluoride Research will be hosted by Dr Amir Hossein Mahvi, Department of Environmental Health Engineering, School of Public Health and Institute for Environmental Research, Tehran University of Medical Sciences, in Tehran, Iran, on October 13-14, 2020. The officers for Conference are: Co-Presidents: Dr. Naddafi, Head of the Institute for Environmental Research, Tehran University of Medical Sciences and Dr. Akbari Sari, Head of the School of Public Health, Tehran University of Medical Sciences; Head of the Scientific Office: Dr Amir Hossein Mahvi. E-mail for Dr Mahvi: email@example.com, Professor Dianjun Sun, Chinese Research Center for Endemic Disease Control, Harbin Medical University, Harbin, Peoples Republic of China, will host the 36th Conference in Harbin, Peoples Republic of China, in 2022. Dr Javed Ahsan Quadri, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi, India, will host the 37th Conference in New Delhi, India, in 2024.
Poster for the 35th ISFR conference 8-9 November 2020 in Tehran, Iran
Poster for the 35th ISFR conference in Tehran, Iran, on 8-9 November 2010. (PDF)
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- Epub086: Strunecka A, Strunecky O. Paradoxes of fluoride toxicity. (PDF)
- Epub085: Spittle B. Reviews of developmental fluoride neurotoxicity by Grandjean and Guth et al. (PDF)
- Epub084: Nasir M, Suleman S, Mumtaz A, Ahmad SN, Inayat I, Younis A, Saddique S, Saleem BA, Raees K, Kanwal MA, Dawar KM, Ahmad KR. Nigella sativa (Kalonji) seed oil ameliorates th pancreatoxic effects of bifenthrin in mice. (PDF)
- Epub083: Zhang XH, Sun ZL, Yue BJ, Li WP, Wang JD, Niu RY. Fluoride reduced CRISP2 expression in testis and epididymal sperm of rats. (PDF)
- Epub082: Ahmed S, Karamat M, Haider A, Jabeen F, Ahmad MN, Ansari M, Zulfiqar A, Jalal A, Nizam A. Ameliorative effects of salicyclic acid on dry biomass and growth of Pisum sativum L. under sodium fluoride stress. (PDF)
- Epub081: Egil E, Salli GA. YouTube as a source of information on fluoride therapy. (PDF)
- Epub080: Hoorang A, Saberzadeh J, Iranpak F, Mohammadi-Bardbori A, Khorsand M, Takhshid MA. The effect of sodium fluoride on aluminum-induced oxidative stress and apoptosis of PC12 in vitro . (PDF)
- Epub078: Verma KK, Singh M, Verma CL. The effect of leaf position on the physiological responses in Poplar leaves (Clone S7C15) irrigated with fluoride-laden water. (PDF)
- Epub077: Malago J, Makoba E, Muzuka ANN. Spatial distribution of arsenic, boron, fluoride, and lead in surface and groundwater in Arumeru District, Northern Tanzania. (PDF)
- Epub076: Mohammadi F, Horri A, Poureslami P, Poureslami H, Mahvi AH, Jalali F. Evaluation of fluoride uptake in the enamel of primary teeth after using different concentrations of a green tea extract: an in-vitro study. (PDF)
- Epub075: Derakhshani R, Raoof A, Mahvi AH, Chatrouz H. Similarities in the fingerprints of coal mining activities, high ground water fluoride, and dental fluorosis in Zarand district, Kerman province, Iran. (PDF)
- Epub074: He WW, Wang WY, Deng J, Xian J, Deng MF, Gui CZ, Guan ZZ. L-NMMA and 1400W, inhibitors of iNOS, attenuate the induction of iNOS and NO in primary rabbit costal chondrocytes by fluoride. (PDF)
- Epub073: Wang LJZ, Zhao L, Yang GQ, Li Q. Measures designed to prevent endemic fluorosis caused by burning coal improve the health of most residents in the area of Guizhou, China, but not of the elderly. (PDF)
- Epub072: Spittle B. Updated review by Grandjean of developmental fluoride neurotoxicity [editorial]. (PDF)
- Epub071: Masoudi F, Naghizadeh A, Kamranifar M, Mahvi AH. Synthesis of magnetic cobalt ferrite nanoparticles for the removal of excess fluoride ions from aqueous solutions. (PDF)
- Epub070: Cetin S, Deger Y, Dede S, Yur F. The concentration of certain trace elements in the wool of sheep with fluorosis. (PDF)
- Epub069: Oner AC, Dede S, Yur F, Oner A. The effect of vitamin C and vitamin E on DNA damage, oxidative status, and some biochemical parameters in rats with experimental fluorosis. (PDF)
- Epub068: Jamali M, Dobaradaran S, Mahvi AH, Raeisi A, Tangestani M, Saeed R, Spitz J. Assessing the non-carcinogenic risk due to the intake of fluoride from fruit juice available in the market in Busheher. (PDF)
- Epub067: Aziz F, Din I, Khan S, Mustafa G, Khan M, Muhammad J, Jalal A. Defluoridation of water using Dodonaea viscosa leaf powder: a study of adsorption isotherms. (PDF)
- Epub066: Stogiera A, Barczak K, Gutowska I, Bosiacki M, Chlubek D, Szmidt M, Palczewska-Komsa M, Buczkowska-Radlinska J. Fluoride concentrations in saliva of chemical plant workers with respect to the general condition and microbial status of the oral cavity. (PDF)
- Epub065: Kaszuba K, Bentke A, Krawczyk A, Szlezak D, Wrobel M. A study on the cytotoxic effect of fluoride on the human fibroblast cell line HS27. (PDF)
- Epub064: Iqbal M, Suleman M, Ullah S, Bibi H, Wahab H, Iqbal Z, Dawar KM, Wahab S, Ahmad MN. Purification of simulated fluoride-contaminated water using silver nanoparticles synthesized by Xanthium stumarium as a bio-template. (PDF)
- Epub063: Moheet IA, Luddin N, Ab Rahman I, Masudi SM, Kannan TP, Abd Ghani NRN. Evaluation of fluoride ion release and color stability of nano-hydroxyapatite-silica added glass ionomer cement for dental application. (PDF)
- Epub062: Feng J, Meng Y, Wang XZ, Chen ZY, Yan XY. Reactive oxygen species, nitric oxide, and intracellular Ca2+ participate in fluoride-induced yeast cell death. (PDF)
- Epub061: Uyar H, Oto G. The effect of chronic exposure to fluorine and 7,12-dimethylbenz(a)anthracene on anxiety, locomotor activity, spatial learning and memory consolidation in rats. (PDF)
- Epub060: Bulduk M, Oto G, Ozdemir H, Demirel-Yilmaz E. The effect of resveratrol therapy on the vascular responses caused by chronic fluorosis. (PDF)
- Epub059: Turkekul R, Arihan SK, Yildirim S, Arihan O, Oto G, Ekin S, Yildiz D. Effect of acute and chronic fluoride administration on bone histopathology, bone fluoride accumulation, and locomotor activity in an animal model of paleopathological fluorosis. (PDF)
- Epub058: Spittle B. The importance of timing in fluoride-induced developmental neurotoxicity [editorial]. (PDF)
- Epub057: Igwegbe CA, Rahdar S, Rahdar A, Mahvi AH, Ahmadi S, Banach AM. Removal of fluoride from aqueous solution by nickel oxide nanoparticles: equilibrium and kinetic studies. (PDF)
- Epub056: Mahvi AH, Kord Mostafapour F, Balarak D. Adsorption of fluoride from aqueous solution by eucalyptus bark activated carbon: thermodynamic analysis. (PDF)
- Epub055: Salem A, Mirzaei N, Mahvi AH, Akbari H, Parmoozeh Z, Rabbani D. Application of electrochemical processes for the removal of fluoride from polluted water. (PDF)
- Epub054: Hosseini SS, Mahvi AH. Fluoride content of coconut water and its risk assessment. (PDF)
- Epub053: Hajiouni S, Dobaradaran S, Mahvi AH, Ramavandi B, Raeisi A, Spitz J. Fluoride concentration in commerically available dairy milk in Iran. (PDF)
- Epub052: Qasim S, Ahmad MN, Suleman M. Response of local crops to hydrogen fluoride pollution emitted from brick kilns in the vicinity of Peshawar, Pakistan. (PDF)
- Epub051: Mezghani I, Zouari M, Ben Rouina B, Ben Abdallah F. Mulberry leaves as a bioindicator of fluoride pollution in the vicinity of a phosphate fertilizer factory located in Sfax, Tunisia. (PDF)
- Epub050: Mahvi AH, Mostafapour FK, Balarak D, Khatibi AD. Adsorption of fluoride from aqueous solutions by a chitosan/zeolite composite. (PDF)
- Epub049: Palczewska-Komsa M, Barczak K, Kotwas A, Sikora M, Chlubek D, Buczkowska-Radlinska J. Fluoride concentration in dentin of human permanent teeth. (PDF)
- Epub048: Al-Daihan S, Ben Bacha A, El-Ansary A, Bhat RS. Prenatal bee pollen treatment improves the neurotoxicity in newborn rats during chronic fluoride exposure in relation to propionic acid-induced rodent models of autism. (PDF)
- Epub047: Jeddi K, Chaieb M. Fluoride biomonitoring around an industrial phosphate factory using bark and leaves from different tree species in arid southern Tunisia. (PDF)
- Epub046: Sajjad A, Bakar WZW, Mohamad D, Kannan TP. Characterization and efficacy of fluoride elusion of a novel glass isomer nano zirconia silica hydroxyapatite hybrid material. (PDF)
- Epub045: Soto-Barreras, Escalante-Villalobos, Holguin-Loya, Perez-Aguirre, Nevarez-Rascon, Martinez-Martinez, Loyola-Rodriguez. Effect of fluoride in drinking water on dental caries and IQ in children. (PDF)
- Epub044: Sampaio C, Delbem ACB, Salama ICCdeA, Cunha RF, Pessan JP. Fluoride concentrations in commercially available processed beverages in Brazil consumed by infants. (PDF)
- Epub043: Spittle B. Publishing on the harmful effects of fluoride [editorial]. (PDF)
- Epub042: Afsharnia M, Shams M, Ghasemi M, Biglar H, Salari S, Moteallemi A. Modeling and optimization of fluoride adsorption from aqueous samples by ammonium aluminium sulfate using response surface methodology (RSM). (PDF)
- Epub041: Cheng M, Yang KD, Sun ZL, Wang JD. Effect of fluoride on the microglial morphology and the expression of inflammatory cytokines in the cerebral cortex of mice. (PDF)
- Epub040: Hosseini SS, Mahvi AH. Removal of fluoride from drinking water by freezing technology. (PDF)
- Epub039: Maity PP, Jana LR, Deb B, Perveen H, Maity M, Khatun S, Chattopadhyay S. Sodium fluoride-induced uterine redox imbalance and steroidogenic hazards: dose dependent response. (PDF)
- Epub038: Janda K, Jakubczyk K, Styburski D, Bosiacka B, Gutowska I, Chlubek D. The influence of temperature on the content of fluoride in different types of honey. (PDF)
- Epub037: Styburski D, Goschorska M, Baranowska-Bosiacka I, Dec K, Janda K, Kabat-Koperska J, Rebacz-Maron E, Sikora M, Gutowska I, Chlubek D. The influence of immunosuppressive treatment during pregnancy on fluoride levels in the hard tissues of femal Wistar rats and their offspring. (PDF)
- Epub036: Janda K, Jakubczyk K, Baranowska-Bosiacka I, Gutowska I, Chlubek D. Infusions from edible flowers as a source of fluoride in diet. (PDF)
- Epub035: Gundogar, Keskin, Cinar. Comparison of fluoride and the novel anti-caries agent theobromine on initial enamel caries: an in vitro study. (PDF)
- Epub034:Dahi E. Database management of defluoridation works as an essential tool in minimising exposure to fluoride through water. (PDF)
- Epub033:Khanoranga, Khalid S. Using urinary fluoride and dental fluorosis as biomarkers of fluoride exposure in brick kiln workers in Balochiston, Pakistan. (PDF)
- Epub032:Ullah R, Zafar MS, Riaz I, Hasan SJ. Top cited publications on fluoride in relation to oral health: a bibliometric analysis. (PDF)
- Epub031: Kichana E, Minyila S, Quarcoo G. The lethal effect of groundwater fluoride on the germination and growth of maize ( Zea mays ) and rice ( Oryza sativa ) seeds and plants. (PDF)
- Epub030: Farooq I, Majeed A, AlShwaimi E, Almas K. Efficacy of a novel fluoride containing bioactive glass based dentifrice in remineralizing artifically induced demineralization in human enamel. (PDF)
- Epub029: Ahmed S, Saleemi I, Jabeen F, Zia A, Haider A, Syed SA. Status of yield characteristics of turnip (Brassica rapa L. ) under fluoride stress. (PDF)
- Epub028: Zhang YH, Huang X, Liu SY, Qian WT, Yang X, Chen YQ. The forms of fluoride in tea and its bioaccessibility. (PDF)
- Epub027: Hu N, Fang FX, Du Y, Chen YQ. Subcellular distribution and chemical forms of fluoride in tea tree leaves ( Camellia sinensis L.) and its cell walls. (PDF)
- Epub026: Trinajstic Zrinski M, Miljanic S, Peros K, Turco G, Contardo L, Spaij S. Fluoride release and recharge potential of remineralizing orthodontic adhesive systems. (PDF)
- Epub025: Ahmed S, Saleemi I, Jabeen F, Zia A, Ahmad MN, Haider A, Khan AA, Syed SSA. Assessing the effect of foliar and soil fluoride stress on turnip ( Brassica rapa L.). (PDF)
- Epub024: Spittle B. Further recognition of fluoride-induced neurotoxicity [editorial]. (PDF)
- Epub023: Urooj R, Ahmad SS, Ahmad MN. Assessment of fluoride damage to wheat (Triticum aestivum) cultivated near brick kilns in the Rawalpindi district, Pakistan. (PDF)
- Epub022: Anusha R, Arthi B, Balashanmugam P, Iyer K, Madan Kumar PD. Effectiveness of nanoparticle-based acidulated phosphate fluoride (APF) gel on surface microhardness of human enamel: an in vitro study. (PDF)
- Epub021: Ahmed S, Khalid K, Jabeen F, Ahmad MN, Zia A, Haider A, Muhajid M, Zia D, Khan NP. The effects of fluoride stress on okra ( Abelmoschus esculentus L.) (PDF)
- Epub020: Ahmed S, Khalid K, Jabeen F, Ahmad MN, Zia A, Muhajid M, Zia D, Haider A. Productivity assessment of okra under sodium fluoride stress. (PDF)
- Epub019: Cetin S, Yur F, Taspinar M Yuksek V. The effects of some minerals on apoptosis and DNA damage in sodium fluoride-administered renal and osteoblast cell lines. (PDF)
- Epub018: Zhou GK, Song H, Liu HF, Bin G, Ding XC, Zhao CY, Zhang N, Xu YF, Qi YH. The prevalence of eye diseases among residents in areas of Northeast China with high and acceptable drinking-water fluoride levels. (PDF)
- Epub017: Zeng XX, Deng J, Xiang J, Dong YT, Cao K, Liu XH, Chen D, Ran LY, Yang Y, Guan ZZ. Resveratrol attenuated the increased level of oxidative stress in the brains and the deficit of learning and memory of rats with chronic fluorosis. (PDF)
- Epub016: Deng J, Zeng XX, Liu XH, Chen D, Dong YT, Song H, Li Y, Guan ZZ. Screening and verification of differential DNA methylation genes in the peripheral blood cells of children with skeletal fluorosis in Guizhou Province of China. (PDF)
- Epub015: Lou DD, Zheng D, Ma RR, Zhang KL, Pan JG, Liu YJ, Yu YN, Guan ZZ. Altered fission 1 and mitofusin 1 in mitochondria induced by exposure to fluoride causes apoptosis in SH-SY5Y cells. (PDF)
- Epub014: Rudiak A, Opydo-Szymaczek J, Opydo W. Fluoride content in drinking water from shallow dug wells in the agricultural area of Subcarpathian Province (Poland). (PDF)
- Epub013: Choubisa SL, Choubisa D. Genu-valgum (knock-knee) syndrome in fluorosis-endemic Rajasthan and its current status in India. (PDF)
- Epub012: Strunecka A, Strunecky O, Guan ZZ. The resemblance of fluorosis pathology to that of autism spectrum disorder: a mini-review. (PDF)
- Epub011: Snioszek M, Telesinski A, Biczak R, Platkowski M. Comparison of the effects of soil treatment with NaF and KF on antioxidant enzymes in winter wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) seedlings. (PDF)
- Epub010: Spittle B. The effects of fluoride on inflammation and cancer [editorial]. Fluoride 2019;52(1):7-8. (PDF)
- Epub009: Spittle B. Hans Moolenburgh: physician, scientist, and warrior for freedom in the fight against fluoridation [In Memoriam]; Westerman M. Hans Moolenburgh: a man of faith and hero who stood up against the evil of fluoridation [Im Memoriam]. (PDF)
- Epub008: Pei JR, Xu JX, Gao YH, Sun HN, Lv CP, Jiang YT, Sun WW, Jiang W, Qu LS, Jiang LX, Sun DJ. Identification of pathogenesis-related microRNA profiles in skeletal fluorosis. Fluoride 2019;52(1):29-41. (PDF)
- Epub007: Al-Daihan S, Bhat RS. Protective effect of bee pollen against sodium fluoride-induced hepatonephrotoxicity and serum electrolyte changes in rats. Fluoride 2019;52(1):9-17. (PDF)
- Epub006: Javid I, Nasir M, Suleman S, Ikram S, Mumtaz A, Kanwal MA, Raees K, Zia A, Dawar, KM, Ahmad KR. Adrenal histo-toxicological impacts of bifenthrin (a chloro-fluoridated-pyrethroid) are reversible on Nigella sativa seed oil treatment in mice. Fluoride 2019;52(1):66-76. (PDF)
- Epub005: Khanum Z, Suleman S, Mustanser A, Ul Hassan MW, Raees K, Kanwal MA, Zia A, Ahmad KR. Comparative teratological outcomes of fluoride ions and a fluoridated insecticide (bifenthrin) in chick embryos. Fluoride 2019;52(1):59-65. (PDF)
- Epub004: Chiba FY, Tsosura TVS, Pereira RF, Mattera MSdeLC, dos Santos RM, Marani F, Garbin CAS, Moimaz SAS, Sumida DH. Mild chronic NaF intake promotes insulin resistance and increase in inflammatory signalling in the white adipose tissue of rats. Fluoride 2019;52(1):18-28. (PDF)
- Epub003: Jakubczyk K, Stachowska E, Holowko J, Maciejewska D, Lukomska A, Ryterska K, Halasa M, Gutowska I. Does the type of sport activity have an influence on the accumulation of fluoride in the human organism? Fluoride 2019;52(1):42-48. (PDF)
- Epub002: Abstracts of papers presented at the XXXIVth Conference of the International Society for Fluoride Research, Guiyang, People's Republic of China, October 18-20, 2018. Fluoride 2019;52(1):77-98. (PDF)
- Epub001: Singh P, Das TK. Ultrastructural localization of 4-hydroxynonenal adducts in fluoride-exposed cells: protective role of dietary antioxidants. Fluoride 2019;52(1):49-58. (PDF)
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Thomson Reuters Journal Impact Factor (From the Bioxbio Journal Impact factor based on the citation information of journals in their database and the Academic Accelerator Impact Factor Database)(Journal ISSN 0154725).
- 2019-2020 Impact Factor 1.120
- 2018 Impact Factor 1.022 (total articles 31, cited articles 49%) 3 year Impact Factor 1.05, 5 year Impact Factor 1.14
- 2017 Impact Factor 1.438 (total articles 34);
- 2016 Impact Factor : 1.342 (total articles 43);
- 2015 Impact Factor: 0.797 (total articles 37);
- 2014 Impact Factor : 0.629 (total articles 39);
- 2013 Impact Factor : 0.931 (total articles 34);
- 2012 Impact Factor : 0.758 (total articles 29);
- 2011 Impact Factor : 0.824 (total articles 32);
- 2010 Impact Factor : 1 (total articles 30)
- Available from: www.bioxbio.com/if/html/FLUORIDE.html. (Cited 20 December 2018) and Academic Accelerator Impact Factor Database).
- (Academic Accelerator Impact Factor Database) (Cited 27 December 2019)