Bibliografía

Los estudios científicos sobre el tanino:

  • Ara K., Hama M., Akiba S., Kenzo K., 2006. Foot odor due to microbial metabolism and its control Can J Microbiol, 52(4):357-64
  • Bojar R.A., Holland K.T., 2002. Review: the human cutaneous microflora and factors controlling colonisation. World J Microb Biot, 18:889-903.
  • Caroprese A., Gabbanini S., Beltramini C., Lucchi E., Valgimigli L., 2009. HS-SPME-GC-MS analysis of body odor to test the efficacy of foot deodorant formulations. Skin Res Technol, 15(4):503-10.
  • Gotti M., Castagnetti A., Poles E., Battle A., 2018. Caratterizzazione molecolare e analisi bioinformatica del microbiota rilevato da campioni prelevati dalla superficie interna della scarpa e caratterizzazione biochimica di acidi grassi a corta catena. Wellmicro, Università degli Studi di Bologna.
  • Grice E.A., Kong H.H., Conlan S., 2009. Topographical and temporal diversity of the human skin microbiome. Science, 324:1190-2.
  • Harker M., Harding C.R., 2012. Amino acid composition, including key derivatives of eccrine sweat: potential biomarkers of certain atopic skin conditions. Int J Cosmetic Ski, 35:163-8.
  • James A.G., Cox D., Worrall K., 2013. Microbiological and biochemical origins of human foot malodour. Flavaour and Fragance Journal 28(4).
  • Kanlayavattanakul M., Lourith N., 2011. Body malodours and their topical treatment agents. Int J Cosmet Ski, 33(4):298-311.
  • Marshall J., Holland K.T., Gribbon E.M., 1988. A comparative study of the cutaneous microflora of normal feet with low and high-levels of odor. J Appl Bacteriol, 65:61-8.
  • Poles E., Polissi A., Battle A., Young S., Gotti M., 2018. Studio in vitro sul potere antibatterico dei pellami al vegetale conciati con tannini naturali. Departamento de Ciencias Farmacológicas y Biomoleculares (DiSFeB), Università degli Studi di Milano.
  • Smith C.J., Havenith G., 2011. Body mapping of sweating patterns in male athletes in mild exercise-induced hyperthermia. Euro J Appl Physiol, 111:1391-404.
  • Stevens D., Cornmell R., Taylor D., Grimshaw S.G., Riazanskaia S., Arnold D.S., Fernstad S.J., Smith A.M., Heaney L.M., Reynolds J.C., Thomas C.L., Harker M., 2015. Spatial variations in the microbial community structure and diversity of the human foot is associated with the production of odorous volatiles. FEMS Microbiol Ecol, 91(1):1-11.

 

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