Anolyte and Catholyte - Scientific Research Center of Medical Biophysics (SRCMB)

Alkaline Waters Resulting in Health Benefits

Prof. Stoil Karadzhov*
Prof. Ignat Ignatov
Eng. Atanas Atanasov*
2014, Sofia, Bulgaria
*Bulgarian Society for Activated Water

Water is all around us. Accustomed to its presence, we rarely think deeply about its importance for our behavior, mood, work capacity, health and our existence as a whole. This is a gap in our health culture, in our health education in our hope for longevity. Suffice it to say that water is an energy and information environment of the human body and performs a major role for the existence of living organisms. So we define its place as an opportunity to address many contemporary health problems. Water regulates all functions of the body, such as body temperature, metabolic, digestive, circulatory, homeostasis and the like. It is responsible for our consciousness and makes possible the movement of thought, feeling, mood. Water is the carrier of information in our body. It is like a liquid crystal that has the ability to receive information from the surrounding environment. The fact is that without water there is no life. All life processes occur in an aqueous environment, which is largely determined by the quality of water sources out of our body. This means that we are able, relatively easy to predefine the conditions under which our thoughts, mood, behavior and reaction to all the surrounding influences will form. This fact is the reason our people have believed in the miraculous power of water since ancient times. Many springs, wells, fountains are frequented in the hope of salvation.

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Naturally “activated” water in the
Belentash plateau

Such are the facts for some of the Bessi shrines in the Eastern and Western Rhodopes, the Belentash plateau, Assenovgrad, and the localities Kozi Kamak, Selanov Buk, Kara Tash and Ali Alan, located in the municipality of Gotse Delchev. It turned out that in all shrines the front is cut by channels that are collected in a large well. Due to the particular rock composition, entering those channels, rainwater structures itself, i.e., it turns into “live” water, which is very active in terms of various diseases. It has been shown that this water treats a number of skin and joint diseases. There are other examples as our country is extremely rich with miraculous water sources. The difficulty of their use comes from the fact that the daily provision of water from them is difficult to achieve, and for some of the more remote corners it is close to impossible. And here again science comes to help people. Using different methods and tools, scientists and empiricists from around the world from ancient times have impacted water, in order to optimize its beneficial qualities and induce new ones. As a result, different types of waters have become known, actively acting on the health of people: “live” and “dead”, silver, magnetic, ice, unfrozen water, etc. At the basis of all these stands their variously altered initial structure and “Informationability”. Structure, this is the way in which the molecules are organized. They are combined in groups called clusters. It is assumed that they precisely are the memory cells in which water records everything it sees, hears and feels. The size of the water clusters is essential for the proper performance of its exclusive features in the course of the vital processes in the body.

It is optimal for a structure to be formed by clusters containing up to 20 water molecules (Ignatov, Mosin, 2013). Water with small clusters reaches the most remote body parts. Thus, all systems of the body are secured not only with fluids, but with oxygen and nutrients. Simultaneously, a better removal of the waste products of cellular activity (slag) occurs, which in ordinary tap water is hard to be attained. Due to the long time that water stays in pipelines it has a different structure compared to spring water. Research of Ignatov and Mosin shows that a local extremum at 8.95 μm in the blood serum is characteristic of healthy people (Ignatov, Mosin, 2012). This local extremum is not observed in very sick people. It is strongly pronounced in mountain water, solutions of shungite and zeolite, catholyte. In mountain water it is most pronounced during spring. This is determined by the ice crystals in the melting of snow and ice.

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Mountain water below Cherven peak, Teteven during the melting of snow and ice. In summer the same place is full of life.

 

To ensure its vital processes, the body regulates precisely the optimal pH and ORP values of its systems, using its own energy for this purpose. When food and fluids that the body intakes have the same or close to its optimal pH and ORP values, it is not overburdened with a large expenditure of energy required aligning them to its requisite limits. Otherwise, a significant amount of energy is spent, resulting in general loss of vitality and weakening of the immune system. As a result, some chronic diseases enter an acute phase and/or preconditions are created for the emergence of new ones.
ORP and pH values of ingested food and drink are essential for the so-called acidification of the body, which is stimulated by the inevitable for the modern man hectic pace of life, stress, environmental pollution, etc. It has been found that the acidified body is more prone to various diseases. The development of cancer cells is also assisted by an increase in acidification.
Back in the 20ies of the last century, the winner of the Nobel Prize in Physiology and Medicine, Otto Warburg, carried out extensive studies on tumor metabolism and expressed the hypothesis that tumor cells are ordinary body cells, which, due to the acidification of the body, adapt to developments in acidic conditions, without the presence of oxygen. The conclusion is that in the fight against cancer, alkaline water is extremely beneficial. The natural sources of alkaline water are natural mountain and mineral springs.

Publications:

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  1. Ignatov, I., Karadzhov, S., Atanasov, A., Ivanova, E., Mosin, O. V. (2014) Electrochemical Aqueous Sodium Chloride Solution (Anolyte and Catholyte) as Types of Water. Mathematical Models. Study of Effects of Anolyte on the Virus of Classical Swine Fever Virus, Journal of Health, Medicine and Nursing, Vol. 8, pp.1-28. (PDF file)
    http://www.iiste.org/Journals/index.php/JHMN/article/view/18734
  2. Karadzov, S., Atanasov, A., Ivanova, E., Mosin, O. V., Ignatov, I. (2014) Mathematical Models of Electrochemical Aqueous Sodium Chloride Solutions (Anolyte and Catolyte) as Types of Water. Study of the Effects of Anolyte on the Virus of Classical Swine Fever Virus, Journal of Health, Medicine and Nursing, Vol. 5, pp. 30-55.
  3. Gluhchev, G., Ignatov, I., Karadzhov, S., Miloshev, G., Ivanov, N., Mosin, O.V. (2015) Electrochemically Activated Water. Biophysical and Biological Effects of Anolyte and Catholyte as Types of Water, Journal of Medicine, Physiology and Biophysics, Vol. 10, pp. 1-17. (PDF file)
    http://www.iiste.org/Journals/index.php/JMPB/article/view/19687
  4. Ignatov, I., Gluhchev, G., Karadzhov, S., Miloshev, G., Ivanov, N., Mosin, O.V. (2015) Preparation of Electrochemically Activated Water Solutions (Catholyte/Anolyte) and Studying Their Physical-Chemical Properties, Journal of Medicine, Physiology and Biophysics, Vol. 11, pp. 1-21. (PDF file)
    http://www.iiste.org/Journals/index.php/JMPB/article/view/20405
  5. Gluhchev, G., Ignatov, I., Karadzhov, S., Miloshev, G., Ivanov, N., Mosin, O.V. (2015) Biocidal Effects of Electrochemically Activated Water, Journal of Health, Medicine and Nursing, Vol. 11, pp. 67-83. (PDF file)
    http://www.iiste.org/Journals/index.php/JHMN/article/view/20412
  6. Gluhchev, G., Ignatov, I., Karadzhov, S., Miloshev, G., Ivanov, N., Mosin, O. V. (2015) Studying of Virucidal and Biocidal Effects of Electrochemically Activated Anolyte and Catholyte Types of Water on Classical Swine Fever Virus (CSF) and Bacterium E. coli DH5, Journal of Medicine, Physiology and Biophysics, Vol. 13, pp. 1-17. (PDF file)
    http://www.iiste.org/Journals/index.php/JMPB/article/view/22414
  7. Ignatov, I., Gluhchev, G., Karadzhov, S., Miloshev, G., Ivanov, N., Mosin, O. V. (2015) Preparation of Electrochemically Activated Water Solutions (Catholyte/Anolyte) and Studying of their Physical-Chemical Properties, Journal of Medicine, Physiology and Biophysics, Vol. 13, pp. 18-38. (PDF file)
    http://www.iiste.org/Journals/index.php/JMPB/article/view/22415
  8. Ignatov, I., Gluhchev, G., Karadzhov, S., Miloshev, G., Ivanov, N., Mosin, O. V. (2015) Preparation of Electrochemically Activated Water Solutions (Catholyte/Anolyte) and Studying of their Physical-Chemical Properties, Journal of Health, Medicine and Nursing, Vol. 13, pp. 64-78. (PDF file)
    http://www.iiste.org/Journals/index.php/JHMN/article/view/22411
  9. Ignatov, I., Mosin, O. V. , Gluhchev, G., Karadzhov, S., Miloshev, G., Ivanov, N., (2015) Studying Electrochemically Activated NaCl Solutions of Anolyte and Catholyte by Methods of Non-Equilibrium Energy Spectrum (NES) and Differential Non-Equilibrium Energy Spectrum (DNES), Journal of Medicine, Physiology and Biophysics, Vol. 14, pp. 6-18. (PDF file)
    http://www.iiste.org/Journals/index.php/JMPB/article/view/22973
  10. Ignatov, I, Gluhchev, G., Karadzhov, S., Ivanov, N., Mosin, O.V. (2015) Preparation of Electrochemically Activated Water Solutions (Catholyte/Anolyte) and Studying Their Physical-Chemical Properties, Journal of Medicine, Physiology and Biophysics, Vol. 16, pp. 1-14. (PDF file)
    http://www.iiste.org/Journals/index.php/JMPB/article/view/24706
  11. Gluhchev, G., , Ignatov, I., Karadzhov, S., Miloshev, G., Ivanov, N., Mosin, O.V. (2015) Electrochemically Activited Water: Biophysical and Biological Effects of Anolyte and Catholyte Types of Water, European Journal of Molecular Biotechnology, Vol. 7., No. 1, pp. 12-26. (PDF file)
    http://ejournal8.com/journals_n/1428044354.pdf
  12. Ignatov, I., Mosin, O.V., Gluhchev, G., Karadzhov, S., Miloshev, G., Ivanov, N. (2015) The Evaluation of Mathematical Model of Interaction of Electrochemically Activated Water Solutions (Anolyte and Catholyte) with Water, European Reviews of Chemical Research, Vol. 2., No. 4, pp. 72-86. (PDF file)
    http://oaji.net/articles/2015/921-1446128132.pdf
  13. Gluhchev, G., Ignatov, I., Karadzhov, S., Miloshev, G., Ivanov, N., Mosin, O.V.(2015) Studying the Antimicrobial and Antiviral Effects of Electrochemically Activated Nacl Solutions of Anolyte and Catholyte on a Strain of E. Coli DH5 and Classical Swine Fever (CSF) Virus, European Journal of Medicine, Vol. 9., No. 3., pp. 124-138. (PDF file)
    http://ejournal5.com/journals_n/1444743234.pdf
  14. Ignatov, I., Mosin, O.V., Gluhchev, G., Karadzhov, S., Miloshev, G., Ivanov, N.(2016) Studying Electrochemically Activated NaCl Solutions of Anolyte and Catholyte by Methods of Non-Equilibrium Energy Spectrum (NES) and Differential Non-Equilibrium Energy Spectrum (DNES), Journal of Medicine, Physiology and Biophysics, Vol. 20, pp. 13-23. (PDF file)
    http://www.iiste.org/Journals/index.php/JMPB/article/view/28211
  15. Ignatov, I., Mosin, O.V., Kirov, P. (2016) Matematical Model of Kangen Water® Biophysical and Biochemical Effects of Catholyte, Advances in Physics Theories and Applications, Vol. 51, pp. 33-55.(PDF file)
    http://iiste.org/Journals/index.php/APTA/article/view/28008
  16. Mehandjiev, D., Ignatov, I., Karadzhov, I., Gluhchev, G., Atanasov, A. (2017) On the Mechanism of Water Electrolysis, Journal of Medicine, Physiology and Biophysics, Vol. 31, pp. 23-26. (PDF file)
    http://www.iiste.org/Journals/index.php/JMPB/article/view/36666
  17. Mehandjiev, D., Ignatov, I., Karadzhov, S., Gluhchev, G., Atanasov, A. (2017) Processes in Catholyte and Anolyte as Result of Water Electrolysis, European Journal of Molecular Biotechnology, 5, No. 1, pp. 23-29.(PDF file)
    http://ejournal8.com/journals_n/1497527688.pdf
  18. Gluhchev, G., Ignatov, I., Karadzhov, S., Miloshev, G., Ivanov, N., Mosin, O.V. (2016) Antimicrobial and Solutions Antiviral Effects of Electrolytic Water Solutions of Sodium Chloride (Anolyte/Catholyte) on a Strain of E. Coli DH5 and the Classical Swine Fever Virus (CSF), Problems of Biological, Medical and Pharmaceutical Chemistry, No. 1, pp. 21-31. (PDF file)
    https://bmpcjournal.ru/en/bmfc-2016-03-04
  19. Gluhchev, G., Mehandjiev, D., Ignatov, I., Karadzhov, S., Pesheva, Y., Atanasov, A. (2018) Water Electrolysis - Processes in Catholyte and Anolyte Results with Differential Non-equilibrium Water Spectrum, European Journal of Medicine, Vol. 6, No. 1, pp. 3-12. (PDF file)
    http://ejournal5.com/journals_n/1524132461.pdf
  20. Ignatov, I., Karadzhov, S., Gluhchev, G., Yakimov, I. (2018) Electromagnetically Activated Water - Properties and Effects, Bulgarian Journal of Public Health, Vol. 10, No.4, 63-69.
  21. Vassileva, P., Voykova, D., Ignatov, I., Karadzhov, S., Gluhchev, S., Ivanov, N., Mehandjiev, D. (2019) Results from the Research of Water Catholyte with Nascent (Atomic) Hydrogen, Journal of Medicine, Physiology and Biophysics, Vol.52, pp. 7-11 (PDF file)
    https://www.iiste.org/Journals/index.php/JMPB/article/view/46543
  22. Yakimov, I., Ignatov, I. (2019) Hydration and Properties of Water in Football for Excellent Shape, Int. Conference on Medicine and Football, Sofia, Bulgaria, Journal of Medicine and Sport, pp. 46-51.
  23. Ignatov, I., Gluhchev, G. (2019) Effects of Electrochemically Activated Water Catholyte and Anolyte on Human Health, 8th World Congress on Immunology, Pulsus, London, Vol. 3, pp. 12-13. (PDF file)
    https://www.pulsus.com/conference-abstracts-files/nursing-immunology-2019-keynote.digital/files/assets/common/downloads/nursing-immunology-2019-keynote.pdf
  24. Toshkova, R., Ignatov, I., Zvetkova, E., Gluhchev, G. (2019) Effects of Catholyte Water on the Development of Experimental Graffi Tumor on Hamsters, Cells&Cellular Life Sciences Journal, Vol. 4, No.1, 000140 (PDF file)
    https://medwinpublishers.com/CCLSJ/CCLSJ16000140.pdf
  25. Toshkova, R., Ignatov, I., Zvetkova, E., Gluhchev, G. (2019) Effects of Catholyte Water on the Development of Experimental Graffi Tumor on Hamsters, European Journal of Medicine, Vol. 7 No 1, pp. 45-56. (PDF file)
    http://ejournal5.com/journals_n/1558511626.pdf
  26. Gluhchev, G., Ivanov, N., Ignatov, I., Karadzhov, S., Miloshev, G., Mosin, O. V. (2015) Virucidal and Bactericidal Effects of Electrochemically Anolyte and Catholyte Types of Water on Classical Swine Fever Virus and Bacterium E. Coli DH5, Water: Hygiene and Ecology, No. 1-2 (3): 3-10. (PDF file)
    https://iiste.org/Journals/index.php/JMPB/article/view/22414
  27. Atanasov, A., Karadzhov, S., Ivanova, E., Mosin, O. V., Ignatov, I. (2014) Study of the Effects of Electrochemical Aqueous Sodium Chloride Solution (Anolyte) on the Virus of Classical Swine Fever Virus. Mathematical Models of Anolyte and Catolyte as Types of Water, Journal of Medicine, Physiology and Biophysics, Vol.4, pp. 1-26 (PDF file)
    https://www.iiste.org/Journals/index.php/JMPB/article/view/15016
  28. Popova, T. P., T. Petrova, Karadzhov, S. (2016) Investigation of the Biocidal Effect of Electrochemically Activated Aqueous Sodium Chloride Solution on Gram-negative Pathogenic Bacteria. Int. J. Curr. Microbiol. App. Sci., Vol. 5 No.1, pp. 624-632. (PDF file)
    https://www.ijcmas.com/abstractview.php?ID=63&vol=5-1-2016&SNo=63
  29. Popova, T., Petrova, T., Karadzhov, S. (2016) Investigation of the Action of the Anolyte after Different Storage Times on the Gram-negative Bacteria, Int. J. Curr. Microbiol. App. Sci., Vol. 5, No. 9, pp. 530-539. (PDF file)
    https://www.ijcmas.com/abstractview.php?ID=915&vol=5-9-2016&SNo=59
  30. Popova, T., Petrova, T., Karadzhov, S., Krustanova. G. (2016) Investigation of the Biocidal Effect of Electrochemically Activated Aqueous Sodium Chloride Solution on Staphylococcus aureus. Traditions and Modernity in Veterinary Medicine, Scientific Journal of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine of University of Forestry, Sofia, Vol. 1, No.1, pp. 67-72. (PDF file)
    https://scij-tmvm.com/vol./vol.1/T.Popova%20et%20al..pdf
  31. Popova, T., Petrova, T., Kaleva, M., Karadzhov, S. (2018) Comparative Study of the Effect of Electrochemically Activated Water Solutions on Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Acta Microbiologica Bulgarica, Vol. 34, No.3, 160-164, (PDF file) https://actamicrobio.bg/archive/september-2018/amb-september-2018-article-4.pdf
  32. Ignatov, I., Mehandjiev, D., Vassileva, P., Voykova, D., Karadzhov, S., Gluhchev, G., Ivanov, N. (2019) Research of Water Catholyte of Presence of Nascent (Atomic) Hydrogen (H*). Hydrogen and Nascent Hydrogen of the Reactions for Origin of Life in Hot Mineral Water, European Journal of Medicine, Vol. 7, No. 2, pp. 99-105. (PDF file)
    http://ejournal5.com/journals_n/1579189002.pdf
  33. Popova, T., Petrova, T.. (2018) Antibacterial Activity of Electrochemically Activated Water Solutions on Pseudomonas aeruginosa After Four Weeks Storage, Int. J. Curr. Microbiol. App. Sci., Vol. 7, No.10, pp. 3379-3386. (PDF file) https://www.ijcmas.com/abstractview.php?ID=10504&vol=7-10-2018&SNo=391
  34. Petrova, T., T. Popova, T. (2018) Electrochemically Activated Aqueous Solutions – Essence, Action and Some Aspects of Application. Traditions and modernity in veterinary medicine, Scientific Journal of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine of University of Forestry, Sofia, Vol. 3, No.2 (5), pp. 34-42. (PDF file)
    https://scij-tmvm.com/vol./vol.3/2/34-42.pdf
  35. Popova, T., Petrova. T. (2018) Disinfection of Leafy Vegetables with Activated Waters, Journal of Advances in Agriculture, Vol. 9, pp. 1534-1545.
  36. Popova, T., Petrova, T., Petrichev, M., Valyova, M. (2019) Action of Activated Waters on Plants After Adverse Chemical Effects, Imitating Acid Rain. Bulgarian Journal of Agriculture Science, Vol. 25, No.4, 638–645. (PDF file)
    https://www.agrojournal.org/25/04-04.html
  37. Popova, T. (2019) Disinfection of Fruits with Activated Water, Journal of Advances in Agriculture, Vol. 10, pp. 1864-1872. https://rajpub.com/index.php/jaa/article/view/8462
  38. Popova, T. (2019) Examination of Effect of Electrochemically Activated Water Solutions on Candida albicans after Different Periods of Storage (2019) Journal of Advances in Agriculture, Vol. 10, pp. 1886-1894. (PDF file)
    https://rajpub.com/index.php/jaa/article/view/8473
  39. Gluhchev, G., Ivanov, N. (2014) Electrochemically Activated Water, J. of Ecological Engineering and Environment Protection, Vol. 2, pp. 68-73
  40. Toshkova, R., Zvetkova, E., Ignatov, I., Gluhchev, G. (2019) Effects of Catholyte Water on the Development of Experimental Graffi Tumor on Hamsters, Bulgarian Journal of Human Health, Vol. 11, No. 3, pp. 60-73. (PDF file)
    http://ncphp.government.bg/files/spisanie/3-2019_BG_Journal.pdf
  41. Ignatov, I., Gluhchev, G, (2019) Effects of Electrochemically Activated Water Catholyte and Anolyte on Human Health, 8th World Congress on Immunology, Pulsus, London, Vol. 3, pp. 12-13.(PDF file)
    https://www.pulsus.com/conference-abstracts-files/nursing-immunology-2019-keynote.digital/files/assets/common/downloads/nursing-immunology-2019-keynote.pdf
  42. Ignatov, I., Toshkova, R., Zvetkova, E., Gluhchev, G. (2019) Research of Catholyte Water on Experimental Graffi Tumor on Hamsters. Kangen Device for Catholyte Water, Cancer Stem Cell, Epidemiology and Surgery, Seoul. pp. 25
  43. Ignatov, I., Toshkova, R., Zvetkova, E., Gluhchev, G. (2019) Research of Catholyte Water on Experimental Graffi Tumor on Hamsters. Kangen Device for Catholyte Water, Journal of Medicine, Physilogy and Biophysics, Journal of Medicine, Physilogy and Biophysics, Vol. 59, pp. 1-9. (PDF file)
    https://www.iiste.org/Journals/index.php/JMPB/article/view/49571
  44. Ignatov, I. (2019) Electrochemically Activated Water Catholyte for Activation of Shape and Recovery in the Sport, Int. Conference on Medicine and Football, Sofia, Bulgaria, Journal of Medicine and Sport, No. 3-4, pp.
  45. Antonov, A., Galabova,T.(2016), Water Known and Misterious, Sofia, ISBN: 978-954-2987-23-9
  46. Nikolova, M., Gluhchev, G., Karadzhov,S., Hristova, I., Ivanov, N. (2016), Investigation on the Changes in pH, Redox Potential, Free Chlorous and Antimicrobial Activity of Ionized Water (Anolite) at Dfferent Storage Conditions, Ecological Engineering and Environment Protection, No.4, pp. 22-26
  47. Dimitrova, L., Kussovski, V., Tsvetkova, I., Mihaylova,S., Ivanov,N., Gluhchev, G., Najdenski, H. (2015)Bactericidal Effect of Electrochemically Activated Water on the Aerobic Bacterial Population of Digestate, Ecological Engineering and Environment Protection, No. 4, pp. 23-32 http://ecoleng.org/Contents4.2015.html#3
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  49. Ignatov, I., Gluhchev, G., Karadzhov, G., Yaneva, I., Valcheva, N., Dinkov, G,, Popova, T., Petrova, T., Mehandjiev, D., Akszjonovich, I. (2020) Dynamic Nano Clusters of Water on Waters Catholyte and Anolyte: Electrolysis with Nano Membranes, Physical Science International Journal. Vol. 24, No.1, pp. 46-54. (PDF file) 
    http://journalpsij.com/index.php/PSIJ/article/view/30173
  50. Karadzhov, S., Ignatov, I., Najdenski, H., Popova, T., Luepcke, W., Gluhchev, G., Kolev, N., Balabanov, S. (2019) Distribution Trends of African Swine Fever Virus (ASFV) through Water, European Journal of Molecular Biotechnology, Vol. 7, No. 2, pp. 123-125. (PDF file)
    http://ejournal8.com/journals_n/1585935512.pdf
  51. Ignatov, I., Gencheva, N., Marinov, T., Yaneva, I., Angelcheva, M., Dinkov, G., Angushev, I. (2020) Electrochemically Activated Water Catholyte for the Activation of Hydrogen Ions and ATP for Sport’s Shape and Recovery, Journal of Advances in Medicine and Medical Research, 32 (4): 112-119. (PDF file)
    http://www.journaljammr.com/index.php/JAMMR/article/view/30407
  52. Popova, T., Petrova, T., Ignatov, I., Karadzhov, S. (2020) Preliminary In Vitro Investigations on The Inhibitory Activity of The Original Dietary Supplement Oxidal® On Pathogenic Bacterial Strains, Journal of Advances in Agriculture, 11: 37-43. (PDF file)
    https://rajpub.com/index.php/jaa/article/view/8693
  53. Ignatov, I. (2020) Antiviral Effects of Nano Colloidal Silver, Water Catholyte, Oxidal with Methylene Blue. Possible Effects of Influence over Coronavirus SARS-CoV and SARS-2 CoV-2 with Disease COVID-19, Global Congress on Infectious Diseases, SciTech Infectious Diseases 2020. (PDF file)
    https://www.scitcentralconferences.com/speakers/global-congress-on-infectious-diseases-hivaids?fbclid=IwAR2cSp78pgAenfNSDvNL3aVwNTG7XOGObZS4SoPZzpkf_HAi4E8HlHF6AT0
  54. Ignatov, I. (2020) Antibacterial and Antiviral Effects of Water Catholyte, Oxidal with Methylene Blue and Colloidal Silver, Journal of Medicine, Physiology and Biophysics, Vol. 65, pp. 26-31. (PDF file)
    https://www.iiste.org/Journals/index.php/JMPB/article/view/52294
  55. Popova, T., Petrova, T., Ignatov, I., Karadzhov, S., Dinkov, G., Antibacterial Activity of the Original Dietary Supplement Oxidal® in Vitro, Journal of Advances in Agriculture, 2020; 11: 71-78. (PDF file)
    https://https://rajpub.com/index.php/jaa/article/view/8716
  56. Ignatov, I. (|2020) Antiviral Effects of Water Catholyte, Oxidal with Methylene Blue and Colloidal Silver. Possible Mechanism of Influence over Coronavirus SARSr-CoV and SARSr-CoV-2 with Disease COVID-19, Journal of Health, Medicine and Nursing, Vol. 73, pp. 96-101 (PDF file)
    https://www.iiste.org/Journals/index.php/JHMN/article/view/52483
  57. Ignatov, I. (|2020) Antiviral Effects of Water Catholyte, Oxidal with Methylene Blue and Colloidal Silver. Possible Mechanism of Influence over Coronavirus SARSr-CoV and SARSr-CoV-2 with Disease COVID-19, Journal of Infectious Diseases and Research, Vol. 3, issue S1. (PDF file)
    https://www.scitcentral.com/articles.php?journal=62&type=2&articleStat=Current%20Issues
  58. Ignatov, I. (|2020) Antiviral Effects of Water Catholyte, Oxidal with Methylene Blue and Colloidal Silver. Possible Mechanism of Influence over Coronavirus SARSr-CoV and SARSr-CoV-2 with Disease COVID-19, Journal of Infectious Diseases and Research, Vol. 3, issue S1. (PDF file)
    https://www.scitcentral.com/articles.php?journal=62&type=2&articleStat=Current%20Issues
  59. Mehandjiev, D., Gluhchev, G., Ignatov, I., Vassileva, P., Voykova, D., Ivanov, N. (2020) Electrochemically Activated Water – Anolyte. Nascent Oxygen,  International Research Journal of Pure and Applied Chemistry,  Vol. 21, No. 9, pp. 78-82. (PDF file)
    https://journalirjpac.com/index.php/IRJPAC/article/view/30200