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1.  Abe, S. et al. Suppression of neutrophil recruitment in mice by geranium essential oil. Mediators of Inflammation 13, 21-24 (2004).

2.  Burke, B. E., Baillie, J. E. & Olson, R. D. Essential oil of Australian lemon myrtle (Backhousia citriodora) in the treatment of molluscum  contagiosum in children. Biomedicine & Pharmacotherapy 58, 245-247 (2004).

3.  Burt, S. Essential oils: their antibacterial properties and potential applications in foods - a review. International Journal of Food Microbiology 94, 223-253 (2004).

4.  Calcabrini, A. et al. Terpinen-4-ol, the main component of Melaleuca alternifolia (Tea tree) oil inhibits the in vitro growth of human melanoma cells. Journal of Investigative Dermatology 122, 349-360 (2004).

5.  Caldefie-Chezet, F. et al. Anti-inflammatory effects of Melaleuca alternifolia essential oil on human polymorphonuclear neutrophils and monocytes. Free Radical Research 38, 805-811 (2004).

6.  Canillac, N. & Mourey, A. Effects of several environmental factors on the anti-Listeria monocytogenes activity of an essential oil of Picea excelsa. International Journal of Food Microbiology 92, 95-103 (2004).

7.  Codling, C. E., Jones, B. V., Mahenthiralingam, E., Russell, A. D. & Maillard, J. Y. Identification of genes involved in the susceptibility of Serratia marcescens to polyquaternium-1. Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy 54, 370-375 (2004).

8.  Dryden, M. S., Dailly, S. & Crouch, M. A randomized, controlled trial of tea tree topical preparations versus a standard topical regimen for the clearance of MRSA colonization. Journal of Hospital Infection 56, 283-286 (2004).

9.  Fitzgerald, D. J. et al. Mode of antimicrobial action of vanillin against Escherichia coli, Lactobacillus plantarum and Listeria innocua. Journal of Applied Microbiology 97, 104-113 (2004).

10.  Hammer, K. A., Carson, C. F. & Riley, T. V. Antifungal effects of Melaleuca alternifolia (tea tree) oil and its components on Candida albicans, Candida glabrata and Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy 53, 1081-1085 (2004).

11.  Inoue, Y. et al. The antibacterial effects of terpene alcohols on Staphylococcus aureus and their mode of action. Fems Microbiology Letters 237, 325-331 (2004).

12.  Khalil, Z. et al. Regulation of wheal and flare by tea tree oil: Complementary human and rodent studies. Journal of Investigative Dermatology 123, 683-690 (2004).

13.  Kim, H. J. et al. Evaluation of antioxidant activity of Australian tea tree (Melaleuca alternifolia) oil and its components. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 52, 2849-2854 (2004).

14.  Kutting, B., Brehler, R. & Traupe, H. Allergic contact dermatitis in children - strategies of prevention and risk management. European Journal of Dermatology 14, 80-85 (2004).

15.  Longbottom, C. J., Carson, C. F., Hammer, K. A., Mee, B. J. & Riley, T. V. Tolerance of Pseudomonas aeruginosa to Melaleuca alternifolia (tea tree) oil is associated with the outer membrane and energy-dependent cellular processes. Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy 54, 386-392 (2004).

16.  Martin, K. W. & Ernst, E. Herbal medicines for treatment of fungal infections: a systematic review of controlled clinical trials. Mycoses 47, 87-92 (2004).

17.  Mills, C., Cleary, B. J., Gilmer, J. F. & Walsh, J. J. Inhibition of acetylcholinesterase by Tea Tree oil. Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology 56, 375-379 (2004).

18.  Parveen, M. et al. Response of Saccharomyces cerevisiae to a monoterpene: evaluation of antifungal potential by DNA microarray analysis. Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy 54, 46-55 (2004).

19.  Setzer, W. N., Vogler, B., Schmidt, J. M., Leahy, J. G. & Rives, R. Antimicrobial activity of Artemisia douglasiana leaf essential oil. Fitoterapia 75, 192-200 (2004).

20.  Sibanda, S. et al. Composition and bioactivity of the leaf essential oil of Heteropyxis dehniae from Zimbabwe. Journal of Ethnopharmacology 92, 107-111 (2004).

21.  Soukoulis, S. & Hirsch, R. The effects of a tea tree oil-containing gel on plaque and chronic gingivitis. Australian Dental Journal 49, 78-83 (2004).

22.  Takarada, K. et al. A comparison of the antibacterial efficacies of essential oils against oral pathogens. Oral Microbiology and Immunology 19, 61-64 (2004).

23.  Vawdrey, L. L., Peterson, R. A., DeMarchi, L. & Grice, K. E. Evaluation of mineral oils and plant-derived spray adjuvants, mancozeb formulations and rates of application, for the control of yellow Sigatoka leaf spot (caused by Mycosphaerella musicola) of bananas in far northern Queensland, Australia. Australasian Plant Pathology 33, 379-384 (2004).

24.  Veien, N. K., Rosner, K. & Skovgaard, G. L. Is tea tree oil an important contact allergen? Contact Dermatitis 50, 378-379 (2004).

25.  Walton, S. F. et al. Acaricidal activity of Melaleuca alternifolia (tea tree) oil - In vitro sensitivity of Sarcoptes scabiei var hominis to terpinen-4-ol. Archives of Dermatology 140, 563-566 (2004).

26.  Warnke, P. H. et al. Tumor smell reduction with antibacterial essential oils. Cancer 100, 879-880 (2004).

27.  Wilson, T. A. et al. Comparative effects of emu and olive oil on aortic early atherosclerosis and associated risk factors in hypercholesterolemic hamsters. Nutrition Research 24, 395-406 (2004).

28.  Abe, S. et al. Suppression of tumor necrosis factor-alpha-induced neutrophil adherence responses by essential oils. Mediators of Inflammation 12, 323-328 (2003).

29.  Aburjai, T. & Natsheh, F. M. Plants used in cosmetics. Phytotherapy Research 17, 987-1000 (2003).

30.  Geethanath, R. & Michie, C. A. Tea tree oil for plantar warts in an immunocompromised child. Pediatric Research 53, 301A-301A (2003).

31.  Guay, D. R. P. Treatment of bacterial skin and skin structure infections. Expert Opinion on Pharmacotherapy 4, 1259-1275 (2003).

32.  Hada, T., Inoue, Y., Shiraishi, A. & Hamashima, H. Leakage of K+ ions from Staphylococcus aureus in response to tea tree oil. Journal of Microbiological Methods 53, 309-312 (2003).

33.  Hammer, K. A. et al. Susceptibility of oral bacteria to Melaleuca alternifolia (tea tree) oil in vitro. Oral Microbiology and Immunology 18, 389-392 (2003).

34.  Hammer, K. A., Carson, C. F. & Riley, T. V. Antifungal activity of the components of Melaleuca alternifolia (tea tree) oil. Journal of Applied Microbiology 95, 853-860 (2003).

35.  Hayes, A. J. & Markovic, B. Toxicity of Australian essential oil Backhousia citriodora (lemon myrtle). Part 2. Absorption and histopathology following application to human skin. Food and Chemical Toxicology 41, 1409-1416 (2003).

36.  Kalemba, D. & Kunicka, A. Antibacterial and antifungal properties of essential oils. Current Medicinal Chemistry 10, 813-829 (2003).

37.  Krautheim, A. & Gollnick, H. Transidermal penetration of topical drugs used in the treatment of acne. Clinical Pharmacokinetics 42, 1287-1304 (2003).

38.  Martin, K. W. & Ernst, E. Herbal medicines for treatment of bacterial infections: a review of controlled clinical trials. Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy 51, 241-246 (2003).

39.  Mondello, F., De Bernardis, F., Girolamo, A., Salvatore, G. & Cassone, A. In vitro and in vivo activity of tea tree oil against azole-susceptible and -resistant human pathogenic yeasts. Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy 51, 1223-1229 (2003).

40.  Morris, M. C., Donoghue, A., Markowitz, J. A. & Osterhoudt, K. C. Ingestion of tea tree oil (Melaleuca oil) by a 4-year-old boy. Pediatric Emergency Care 19, 169-171 (2003).

41.  Mozelsio, N. B., Harris, K. E., McGrath, K. G. & Grammer, L. C. Immediate systemic hypersensitivity reaction associated with topical application of Australian tea tree oil. Allergy and Asthma Proceedings 24, 73-75 (2003).

42.  Naidu, B. P. Production of betaine from Australian Melaleuca spp. for use in agriculture to reduce plant stress. Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture 43, 1163-1170 (2003).

43.  Oliva, B. et al. Antimycotic activity of Melaleuca alternifolia essential oil and its major components. Letters in Applied Microbiology 37, 185-187 (2003).

44.  Opalchenova, G. & Obreshkova, D. Comparative studies on the activity of basil - an essential oil from Ocimum basilicum L. - against multidrug resistant clinical isolates of the genera Staphylococcus, Enterococcus and Pseudomonas by using different test methods. Journal of Microbiological Methods 54, 105-110 (2003).

45.  Perrett, C. M., Evans, A. V. & Russell-Jones, R. Tea tree oil dermatitis associated with linear IgA disease. Clinical and Experimental Dermatology 28, 167-170 (2003).

46.  Pirotta, M. V., Gunn, J. M. & Chondros, P. "Not thrush again!" Women's experience of post-antibiotic vulvovaginitis. Medical Journal of Australia 179, 43-46 (2003).

47.  Pradhanang, P. M., Momol, M. T., Olson, S. M. & Jones, J. B. Effects of plant essential oils on Ralstonia solanacearum population density and bacterial wilt incidence in tomato. Plant Disease 87, 423-427 (2003).

48.  Prashar, A., Hili, P., Veness, R. G. & Evans, C. S. Antimicrobial action of palmarosa oil (Cymbopogon martinii) on Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Phytochemistry 63, 569-575 (2003).

49.  Prensner, R. Does 5% tea tree oil shampoo reduce dandruff? Journal of Family Practice 52, 285-286 (2003).

50.  Rotman, A. et al. Aromatic plants from Yungas. Part III. Composition and antimicrobial activity of Myrrhinium atropurpureum Schott var. octandrum Bentham essential oil. Flavour and Fragrance Journal 18, 211-214 (2003).

51.  Saitoh, A. et al. Effects of rosemary, plantago, and tea tree oil on the capsaicin-induced coughs in guinea pigs. Nippon Nogeikagaku Kaishi-Journal of the Japan Society for Bioscience Biotechnology and Agrochemistry 77, 1242-1245 (2003).

52.  Schuhmacher, A., Reichling, J. & Schnitzler, P. Virucidal effect of peppermint oil on the enveloped viruses herpes simplex virus type 1 and type 2 in vitro. Phytomedicine 10, 504-510 (2003).

53.  Shellie, R., Marriott, P., Zappia, G., Mondello, L. & Dugo, G. Interactive use of linear retention indices on polar and apolar columns with an MS-library for reliable characterization of Australian tea tree and other Melaleuca sp oils. Journal of Essential Oil Research 15, 305-312 (2003).

54.  Suhr, K. I. & Nielsen, P. V. Antifungal activity of essential oils evaluated by two different application techniques against rye bread spoilage fungi. Journal of Applied Microbiology 94, 665-674 (2003).

55.  Valerie, E. J. & Greenwood, J. E. What's new in burn microbiology? James Laing Memorial Prize Essay 2000. Burns 29, 15-24 (2003).
56.  Van Kessel, K., Assefi, N., Marrazzo, J. & Eckert, L. Common complementary and alternative therapies for yeast vaginitis and bacterial vaginosis: A systematic review. Obstetrical & Gynecological Survey 58, 351-358 (2003).

57.  Wang, C. Y. Maintaining postharvest quality of raspberries with natural volatile compounds. International Journal of Food Science and Technology 38, 869-875 (2003).

58.  Wilkinson, J. M., Hipwell, M., Ryan, T. & Cavanagh, H. M. A. Bioactivity of backhousia citriodora: Antibacterial and antifungal activity. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 51, 76-81 (2003).

59.  Woolf, A. D. Herbal remedies and children: Do they work? Are they harmful? Pediatrics 112, 240-246 (2003).

60.  Yoganathan, S. et al. Antagonism of croton oil inflammation by topical Emu oil in CD-1 mice. Lipids 38, 603-607 (2003).

61.  Agboola, S. O. & Radovanovic-Tesic, M. Influence of Australian native herbs on the maturation of vacuum-packed cheese. Lebensmittel-Wissenschaft Und-Technologie-Food Science and Technology 35, 575-583 (2002).

62.  Bedi, M. K. & Shenefelt, P. D. Herbal therapy in dermatology. Archives of Dermatology 138, 232-242 (2002).

63.  Brand, C., Townley, S. L., Finlay-Jones, J. J. & Hart, P. H. Tea tree oil reduces histamine-induced oedema in murine ears. Inflammation Research 51, 283-289 (2002).

64.  Brand, C. et al. Tea tree oil reduces the swelling associated with the efferent phase of a contact hypersensitivity response. Inflammation Research 51, 236-244 (2002).

65.  Caboi, F., Murgia, S., Monduzzi, M. & Lazzari, P. NMR investigation on Melaleuca alternifolia essential oil dispersed in the monoolein aqueous system: Phase behavior and dynamics. Langmuir 18, 7916-7922 (2002).

66.  Carson, C. F., Mee, B. J. & Riley, T. V. Mechanism of action of Melaleuca alternifolia (tea tree) oil on Staphylococcus aureus determined by time-kill, lysis, leakage, and salt tolerance assays and electron microscopy. Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy 46, 1914-1920 (2002).
67.  Ergin, A. & Arikan, S. Comparison of microdilution and disc diffusion methods in assessing the in vitro activity of fluconazole and Melaleuca alternifolia (tea tree) oil against vaginal Candida isolates. Journal of Chemotherapy 14, 465-472 (2002).

68.  Fitzi, J., Furst-Jucker, J., Wegener, T., Saller, R. & Reichling, J. Phytotherapy of chronic dermatitis and pruritus of dogs with a topical preparation containing tea tree oil (Bogaskin (R)). Schweizer Archiv Fur Tierheilkunde 144, 223-231 (2002).

69.  Groppo, F. C., Ramacciato, J. C., Simoes, R. P., Florio, F. M. & Sartoratto, A. Antimicrobial activity of garlic, tea tree oil, and chlorhexidine against oral microorganisms. International Dental Journal 52, 433-437 (2002).

70.  Guha, A., Choudhury, A., Unni, B. G. & Roy, M. K. Effect of outer-membrane permeabilizers on the activity of antibiotics and plant extracts against Pseudomonas aeruginosa. Folia Microbiologica 47, 379-384 (2002).

71.  Hammer, K. A., Carson, C. F. & Riley, T. V. In vitro activity of Melaleuca alternifolia (tea tree) oil against dermatophytes and other filamentous fungi. Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy 50, 195-199 (2002).

72.  Hayes, A. J. & Markovic, B. Toxicity of Australian essential oil Backhousia citriodora (Lemon myrtle). Part 1. Antimicrobial activity and in vitro cytotoxicity. Food and Chemical Toxicology 40, 535-543 (2002).

73.  Kim, D., Cerven, D. R., Craig, S. & DeGeorge, G. L. Tea tree oil administered orally induces specific neurotoxicity in rats. Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society 223, A107-A107 (2002).

74.  Koh, K. J., Pearce, A. L., Marshman, G., Finlay-Jones, J. J. & Hart, P. H. Tea tree oil reduces histamine-induced skin inflammation. British Journal of Dermatology 147, 1212-1217 (2002).

75.  Kreck, M., Scharrer, A., Bilke, S. & Mosandl, A. Enantioselective analysis of monoterpene compounds in essential oils by stir bar sorptive extraction (SBSE)-enantio-MDGC-MS. Flavour and Fragrance Journal 17, 32-40 (2002).

76.  Lee, L. S. et al. Geographic variation in the essential oils and morphology of natural populations of Melaleuca alternifolia (Myrtaceae). Biochemical Systematics and Ecology 30, 343-360 (2002).

77.  McCage, C. M. et al. Development of a paw paw herbal shampoo for the removal of head lice. Phytomedicine 9, 743-748 (2002).

78.  Nenoff, P. & Haustein, U. F. In vitro activity of phytosphingosines against Malassezia furfur and Candida albicans. Acta Dermato-Venereologica 82, 170-173 (2002).

79.  Price, C. T. D., Singh, V. K., Jayaswal, R. K., Wilkinson, B. J. & Gustafson, J. E. Pine oil cleaner-resistant Staphylococcus aureus: Reduced susceptibility to vancomycin and oxacillin and involvement of SigB. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 68, 5417-5421 (2002).

80.  Priest, D. Natural antimicrobials for personal care. Chimica Oggi-Chemistry Today 20, 43-46 (2002).

81.  Satchell, A. C., Saurajen, A., Bell, C. & Barnetson, R. S. Treatment of dandruff with 5% tea tree oil shampoo. Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology 47, 852-855 (2002).

82.  Schempp, C. M., Schopf, E. & Simon, J. C. Toxic and allergic phytodermatitis from plants. Hautarzt 53, 93-97 (2002).

83.  Smillie, D. Blue streak. Forbes 170, 317-318 (2002).

84.  Subramanian, R., Saelih, H., Lea, K. E. & Ismail, R. Antispasmodic action of tea tree oil compared to atropine on isolated rabbit ileum. Faseb Journal 16, A388-A388 (2002).

85.  van Kan, E. J. M., Demel, R. A., Breukink, E., van der Bent, A. & de Kruijff, B. Clavanin permeabilizes target membranes via two distinctly different pH-dependent mechanisms. Biochemistry 41, 7529-7539 (2002).

86.  Vermani, K. & Garg, S. Herbal medicines for sexually transmitted diseases and AIDS. Journal of Ethnopharmacology 80, 49-66 (2002).

87.  Weseler, A., Geiss, H. K., Saller, R. & Reichling, J. Antifungal effect of Australian tea tree oil on Malassezia pachydermatis isolated from canines suffering from cutaneous skin disease. Schweizer Archiv Fur Tierheilkunde 144, 215-221 (2002).

88.  Allen, P. Tea tree oil: the science behind the antimicrobial hype. Lancet 358, 1245-1245 (2001).

89.  Banes-Marshall, L., Cawley, P. & Phillips, C. A. In vitro activity of Melaleuca alternifolia (tea tree) oil against bacterial and Candida spp. isolates from clinical specimens. British Journal of Biomedical Science 58, 139-145 (2001).

90.  Beckerbauer, L. M. et al. Influence of two dietary fats on the composition of emu oil and meat. Poultry Science 80, 187-194 (2001).
91.  Brand, C. et al. The water-soluble components of the essential oil of Melaleuca alternifolia (tea tree oil) suppress the production of superoxide by human monocytes, but not neutrophils, activated in vitro. Inflammation Research 50, 213-219 (2001).

92.  Buckle, J. The role of aromatherapy in nursing care. Nursing Clinics of North America 36, 57-+ (2001).

93.  Canillac, N. & Mourey, A. Antibacterial activity of the essential oil of Picea excelsa on Listeria, Staphylococcus aureus and coliform bacteria. Food Microbiology 18, 261-268 (2001).

94.  Carson, C. F., Ashton, L., Dry, L., Smith, D. W. & Riley, T. V. Melaleuca alternifolia (tea tree) oil gel (6%) for the treatment of recurrent herpes labialis. Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy 48, 450-451 (2001).

95.  Carson, C. F. & Riley, T. V. Safety, efficacy and provenance of tea tree (Melaleuca alternifolia) oil. Contact Dermatitis 45, 65-67 (2001).

96.  Christoph, F., Kaulfers, P. M. & Stahl-Biskup, E. In vitro evaluation of the antibacterial activity of beta-triketones admixed to Melaleuca oils. Planta Medica 67, 768-771 (2001).

97.  Christoph, F., Stahl-Biskup, E. & Kaulfers, P. M. Death kinetics of Staphylococcus aureus exposed to commercial tea tree oils s.l. Journal of Essential Oil Research 13, 98-102 (2001).

98.  Cox, S. D., Mann, C. M. & Markham, J. L. Interactions between components of the essential oil of Melaleuca alternifolia. Journal of Applied Microbiology 91, 492-497 (2001).

99.  Cox, S. D. et al. Determining the antimicrobial actions of tea tree oil. Molecules 6, 87-91 (2001).

100.  D'Auria, F. D. et al. In vitro activity of tea tree oil against Candida albicans mycelial conversion and other pathogenic fungi. Journal of Chemotherapy 13, 377-383 (2001).

101.  Debruyne, D. & Coquerel, A. Pharmacokinetics of antifungal agents in onychomycoses. Clinical Pharmacokinetics 40, 441-472 (2001).

102.  Doimo, L. Iso-citrals and iso-geraniols in lemon-myrtle (Backhousia citriodora F. Muell.) essential oils. Journal of Essential Oil Research 13, 236-237 (2001).

103.  Doran, J. C., Brophy, J. J., Lassak, E. V. & House, A. P. N. Backhousia citriodora F. Muell. - Rediscovery and chemical characterization of the L-citronellal form and aspects of its breeding system. Flavour and Fragrance Journal 16, 325-328 (2001).

104.  Elvin-Lewis, M. Should we be concerned about herbal remedies. Journal of Ethnopharmacology 75, 141-164 (2001).

105.  Fritz, T. M., Burg, G. & Krasovec, M. Allergic contact dermatitis to cosmetics containing Melaleuca alternifolia (tea tree oil). Annales De Dermatologie Et De Venereologie 128, 123-126 (2001).

106.  Gustafson, J. E., Cox, S. D., Liew, Y. C., Wyllie, S. G. & Warmington, J. R. The bacterial multiple antibiotic resistant (Mar) phenotype leads to increased tolerance to tea tree oil. Pathology 33, 211-215 (2001).

107.  Hada, T. et al. Comparison of the effects in vitro of tea tree oil and plaunotol on methicillin-susceptible and methicillin-resistant strains of Staphylococcus aureus. Microbios 106, 133-141 (2001).

108.  Howard, R. The appropriate use of topical antimicrobials and antiseptics in children. Pediatric Annals 30, 219-224 (2001).

109.  Inouye, S., Tsuruoka, T., Uchida, K. & Yamaguchi, H. Effect of sealing and Tween 80 on the antifungal susceptibility testing of essential oils. Microbiology and Immunology 45, 201-208 (2001).

110.  Lambert, R. J. W., Skandamis, P. N., Coote, P. J. & Nychas, G. J. E. A study of the minimum inhibitory concentration and mode of action of oregano essential oil, thymol and carvacrol. Journal of Applied Microbiology 91, 453-462 (2001).

111.  Petry, J. J. & Hadley, S. K. Medicinal herbs: Answers and advice, Part 1. Hospital Practice 36, 57-60 (2001).

112.  Schnitzler, P., Schon, K. & Reichling, J. Antiviral activity of Australian tea tree oil and eucalyptus oil against herpes simplex virus in cell culture. Pharmazie 56, 343-347 (2001).

113.  Skandamis, P., Koutsoumanis, K., Fasseas, K. & Nychas, G. J. E. Inhibition of oregano essential oil and EDTA on Escherichia coli O157 : H7. Italian Journal of Food Science 13, 65-75 (2001).

114.  Sommer, C. & Juhl, H. Determination of the content of tea tree oil in cosmetics by capillary gaschromatographic quantitation of the key component terpinen-4-ol. Deutsche Lebensmittel-Rundschau 97, 8-11 (2001).

115.  Tea tree oil latest alternative medicine. Journal of the National Medical Association 92, A14-A14 (2000).

116.  Ahmed, A. K. & Johnson, K. A. Horticultural development of Australian native edible plants. Australian Journal of Botany 48, 417-426 (2000).

117.  Caelli, M., Porteous, J., Carson, C. F., Heller, R. & Riley, T. V. Tea tree oil as an alternative topical decolonization agent for methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus. Journal of Hospital Infection 46, 236-237 (2000).

118.  Cassella, J. P., Cassella, S. & Ashford, R. L. Use of essential oil therapies in immunocompromised patients. Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy 45, 550-551 (2000).

119.  Christoph, F., Kaulfers, P. M. & Stahl-Biskup, E. A comparative study of the in vitro antimicrobial activity of tea tree oils s.l. with special reference to the activity of beta-triketones. Planta Medica 66, 556-560 (2000).

120.  Cox, S. D. et al. The mode of antimicrobial action of the essential oil of Melaleuca alternifolia (tea tree oil). Journal of Applied Microbiology 88, 170-175 (2000).

121.  Downs, A. M. R., Stafford, K. A. & Coles, G. C. Monoterpenoids and tetralin as pediculocides. Acta Dermato-Venereologica 80, 69-70 (2000).

122.  Ernst, E. & Huntley, A. Tea tree oil: A systematic review of randomized clinical trials. Forschende Komplementarmedizin Und Klassische Naturheilkunde 7, 17-20 (2000).

123.  Griffin, S. G., Markham, J. L. & Leach, D. N. An agar dilution method for the determination of the minimum inhibitory concentration of essential oils. Journal of Essential Oil Research 12, 249-255 (2000).

124.  Hammer, K. A., Carson, C. F. & Riley, T. V. Melaleuca alternifolia (tea tree) oil inhibits germ tube formation by Candida albicans. Medical Mycology 38, 355-362 (2000).

125.  Hammer, K. A., Carson, C. F. & Riley, T. V. In vitro activities of ketoconazole, econazole, miconazole, and Melaleuca alternifolia (Tea tree) oil against Malassezia species. Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy 44, 467-469 (2000).

126.  Harkenthal, M., Hausen, B. M. & Reichling, J. 1,2,4-Trihydroxy menthane, a contact allergen from oxidized Australian tea tree oil. Pharmazie 55, 153-154 (2000).

127.  Harkenthal, M., Layh-Schmitt, G. & Reichling, J. Effect of Australian tea tree oil on the viability of the wall-less bacterium Mycoplasma pneumoniae. Pharmazie 55, 380-384 (2000).

128.  Hart, P. H. et al. Terpinen-4-ol, the main component of the essential oil of Melaleuca alternifolia (tea tree oil), suppresses inflammatory mediator production by activated human monocytes. Inflammation Research 49, 619-626 (2000).

129.  Homer, L. E. et al. Natural variation in the essential oil content of Melaleuca altnerifolia Cheel (Myrtaceae). Biochemical Systematics and Ecology 28, 367-382 (2000).

130.  Lippert, U., Walter, A., Hausen, B. & Fuchs, T. Increasing incidence of contact dermatitis to tea tree oil. Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology 105, S43-S43 (2000).

131.  Mann, C. M., Cox, S. D. & Markham, J. L. The outer membrane of Pseudomonas aeruginosa NCTC 6749 contributes to its tolerance to the essential oil of Melaleuca alternifolia (tea tree oil). Letters in Applied Microbiology 30, 294-297 (2000).

132.  May, J., Chan, C. H., King, A., Williams, L. & French, G. L. Time-kill studies of tea tree oils on clinical isolates. Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy 45, 639-643 (2000).

133.  Mikus, J., Harkenthal, M., Steverding, D. & Reichling, J. In vitro effect of essential oils and isolated mono- and sesquiterpenes on Leishmania major and Trypanosoma brucei. Planta Medica 66, 366-368 (2000).

134.  Shellie, R., Marriott, P. & Cornwell, C. Characterization and comparison of tea tree and lavender oils by using comprehensive gas chromatography. Hrc-Journal of High Resolution Chromatography 23, 554-560 (2000).

135.  Southwell, I. A., Russell, M., Smith, R. L. & Archer, D. W. Backhousia citriodora F. Muell. (Myrtaceae), a superior source of citral. Journal of Essential Oil Research 12, 735-741 (2000).

136.  Thomson, K. F. & Wilkinson, S. M. Allergic contact dermatitis to plant extracts in patients with cosmetic dermatitis. British Journal of Dermatology 142, 84-88 (2000).

137.  Treudler, R. et al. Increase in sensitization to oil of turpentine: recent data from a Multicenter Study on 45,005 patients from the German-Austrian Information Network of Departments of Dermatology (IVDK). Contact Dermatitis 42, 68-73 (2000).

138.  Varma, S., Blackford, S., Statham, B. N. & Blackwell, A. Combined contact allergy to tela tree oil and lavender oil complicating chronic vulvovaginitis. Contact Dermatitis 42, 309-310 (2000).

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