Bibliography

For 19th century scientific work, see Printed collections.

Books

  1. Bagchi, A. K. and K. Soman 2005 Maladies, preventives and curatives : debates in public health in India. New Delhi: Tulika Books, viii, 173.
  2. Duran-Reynals, M. L. d. A. 1946 The fever bark tree : the pageant of quinine. Garden City, New York: Doubleday & Company, ix, 275.
  3. Gramiccia, G. 1988 The life of Charles Ledger, (1818-1905) : alpacas and quinine. Basingstoke: Macmillan, xiv, 222.
  4. Harrison, G. 1978 Mosquitoes, malaria, and man: a history of the hostilities since 1880.
  5. Honigsbaum, M. 2001. The fever trail: in search of the cure for malaria. London: MacMillan.
  6. Howard, B. F. 1931 Some notes on the cinchona industry. London: Institute of Chemistry of Great Britain and Ireland, 22 , [3] of plates.
  7. Howard, J. E. 1853 Examination of Pavon’s collection of Peruvian barks contained in the British Museum. London: The Author, vi; 47.
  8. Jaramillo Arango, J. 1950 The conquest of malaria. London: Heinemann, xiv, 125.
  9. Jarcho, S. and F. Torti 1993 Quinine’s predecessor : Francesco Torti and the early history of cinchona. Henry E. Sigerist series in the history of medicine Baltimore ; London: Johns Hopkins University Press, xviii, 354.
  10. Maehle, A. H. 1999 Drugs on trial: experimental pharmacology and therapeutic innovation in the eighteenth century. Clio Medica 53. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1-376.
  11. Markham, C. R. 1880 Peruvian bark. A popular account of the introduction of chinchona cultivation into British India 1860-1880. London: John Murray, xxiii, 550.
  12. Moreau, R. E. 1945 An annotated bibliography of cinchona-growing from 1883-1943. Nairobi: Government Printer, 41.
  13. Pardo Valle, N. 1951 Cinchona versus malaria; historia, economâia, ciencâia. La Paz: Universo, 244.
  14. Rocco, F. 2003 The miraculous fever-tree : malaria, medicine and the cure that changed the world. London: HarperCollins, xix, 348.
  15. Strickland, C. F. and Indian Village Welfare Association. 1939 Quinine and malaria in India. London: Humphrey Milford Oxford University Press, 19.
  16. Taylor, N. 1945 Cinchona in Java : the story of quinine. New York: Greenberg Publisher, 87 , [16] leaves of plates.
  17. Wellcome, H. S. and L. W. G. Malcolm 1930 Souvenir cinchona tercentenary celebration and exhibition at the Wellcome Historical Medical Museum, 54 Wigmore Street, London, W.1. London: Wellcome Foundation, 115.
  18. Williams, D. 1962 Clements Robert Markham and the introduction of the cinchona tree into British India, 1861. Geographical journal. [Offprint] [431]-442, [1] leaf of plates.
  19. Wilson, C. M. 1945 New crops for the new world. New York: Macmillan, viii, 295.
  20. Ziegler, V. 2003 Die Familie Jobst und das Chinin : Materialwarenhandel und Alkaloidproduktion in Stuttgart 1806-1927. Berlin: Verlag fĂĽr Geschichte der Naturwissenschaften und der Technik.

Journal articles

  1. Bergman, G. J. 1948 The history and importance of cinchona bark as an anti-malarial febrifuge. Science Education 32: 93-103.
  2. Bickel, M. H. 1999 [The American Malaria Program (1941-1946) and its sequelae for biomedical research after World War II]. Gesnerus 56 (1-2): 107-19.
  3. Bruce-Chwatt, L. J. 1988 Cinchona and its alkaloids: 350 years. N Y State J Med 88 (6): 318-22.
  4. Bruce-Chwatt, L. J. 1988 Three hundred and fifty years of the Peruvian fever bark. Br Med J (Clin Res Ed) 296 (6635): 1486-7.
  5. Bueno, A. G. and R. Rodriguez Nozal 1996 The expedition to Peru and Chile (1777-1788): inventory of scientific production. Huntia 9 (2): 107-32.
  6. Burnby, J. 1996 Studies in cinchona bark. Pharmaceutical historian 26 (1): 10-11.
  7. Bynum, W. F. 1998 “Reasons for contentment”: malaria in India, 1900-1920.Parassitologia 40 (1-2): 19-27.
  8. Cassetti, A. and M. T. Venanson 1956 [The cinchona bark; history and legislation.].Boll Chim Farm 95 (8): 363-8.
  9. Dobson, M. J. 1994 Malaria in England: a geographical and historical perspective.Parassitologia 36 (1-2): 35-60.
  10. Dobson, M. J. 1998 Bitter-sweet solutions for malaria: exploring natural remedies from the past. Parassitologia 40 (1-2): 69-81.
  11. Eckart, W. U. 1998 Malaria and colonialism in the German colonies New Guinea and the Cameroons. Research, control, thoughts of eradication. Parassitologia 40 (1-2): 83-90.
  12. Eiden, F. 1998 [A trip to the past: quinine and quinine alkaloids. 1. The isolation of quinine alkaloids and clarification of its chemistry]. Pharm Unserer Zeit 27 (6): 257-71.
  13. Eiden, F. 1999 [An excursion in the past. Quinine and other quina alkaloids. 2. The discovery of the basic structure of quinoline and quina alkaloids]. Pharm Unserer Zeit 28 (1): 11-20.
  14. Eiden, F. 1999 [An excursion into the past: quinine and other quina alkaloids. 3. The path to total synthesis of quinoline-quina alkaloids in the development of more effective malaria drugs before research on the indole-quina alkaloids]. Pharm Unserer Zeit 28 (2): 74-86.
  15. Fenner, F. and A. W. Sweeney 1998 Malaria in New Guinea during the Second World War: the Land Headquarters Medical Research Unit. Parassitologia 40 (1-2): 65-8.
  16. Frias Nunez, M. 2003 [The study of quinine in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries].Med Hist (Barc) (1): 1-15.
  17. Garnham, P. C. C. 1984 The present state of malaria research: An historical survey.Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences 40 (12): 1305-1310.
  18. Goodson, J. A. 1938 Two cinchona barks of historical interest. Quarterly Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology 11 (1): 53-56.
  19. Gramiccia, G. 1987 Ledger’s cinchona seeds: a composite of field experience, chance, and intuition. Parassitologia 29 (2-3): 207-20.
  20. Gramiccia, G. 1987 Notes on the early history of cinchona plantations. Acta Leiden 55 5-13.
  21. Greenwood, D. 1992 The quinine connection. Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy30 (4): 417-27.
  22. Guerra, F. 1977 The introduction of Cinchona in the treatment of malaria. Part I. J Trop Med Hyg 80 (6): 112-8.
  23. Guerra, F. 1977 The introduction of cinchona in the treatment of malaria. Part II. J Trop Med Hyg 80 (7): 135-40.
  24. Haggis, A. W. 1941 Fundamental errors in the early history of cinchona. Bulletin of the History of Medicine 10 417-459, 568-592.
  25. Hays, C. W. 2000 The United States Army and malaria control in World War II.Parassitologia 42 (1-2): 47-52.
  26. Hodge, W. H. 1948 Wartime cinchona procurement in Latin America. Economic Botany2 229-257.
  27. Jaramillo-Arango, J. 1949 A critical review of the basic facts in the history of cinchona. Journal of the Linnean Society (Botany) 53 272-311.
  28. Jarcho, S. 1988 The hunt for a manuscript on cinchona. Perspect Biol Med 31 (3): 437-9.
  29. Kaufman, T. S. and E. A. Ruveda 2005 The quest for quinine: those who won the battles and those who won the war. Angewandte Chemie International Edition 44 854-885.
  30. Kirkbride, J. H. 1982 The Cinchona species of Jose Celestino Mutis. Taxon 31 (4): 693-697.
  31. Kyle, R. A. and M. A. Shampe 1974 Discoverers of quinine. Jama 229 (4): 462.
  32. Lee, M. R. 2002 Plants against malaria. Part 1: Cinchona or the Peruvian bark. J R Coll Physicians Edinb 32 (3): 189-96.
  33. Lloyd, C. 1971 Baikie’s exploration of the Niger and his use of quinine. Hist Today 21 740-6.
  34. Muraleedharan, V. R. 2000 Quinine (Cinchona) and the incurable malaria: India c. 1900-1930s. Parassitologia 42 (1-2): 91-100.
  35. Nandi, R. P. 1988 Cinchona and its alkaloids. J Indian Med Assoc 86 (3): 74-7.
  36. Puente Veloso, S. 1984 ["History of the Cinchona Barks of Nueva Granada"]. An R Acad Nac Med (Madr) 101 (3): 305-35.
  37. Seeman, J. I. 2007 The Woodward-Doering/Rabe-Kindler total synthesis of quinine: setting the record straight. Angewandte Chemie International Edition 46 1378-1413.
  38. Silva, K. T. 1994 Malaria eradication as a legacy of colonial discourse: the case of Sri Lanka. Parassitologia 36 (1-2): 149-163.
  39. Smith, D. C. 1976 Quinine and fever: The development of the effective dosage. J Hist Med Allied Sci 31 (3): 343-67.
  40. Speechly, H. M. 1949 The history mediaeval and modern of quinine. Manit Med Rev 29 (11): 587-91.
  41. Spelman, K. and J. Yesko 2007 Paradise nearly lost: Jamaica’s forgotten cinchona gardens. Herbalgram (74): 44-53.
  42. Worthen, D. B. 1996 The national quinine pool: when quinine went to war. Pharm Hist38 (3): 143-7.
  43. Yoeli, M. 1974 Landmarks in malaria research (a review). Acta Trop 31 (4): 321-8.