Antiseptic Dorogov's Stimulator

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Antiseptic Dorogov's Stimulator (Russian: АСД, антисептик-стимулятор Дорогова, ASD) is an antiseptic drug invented by A. V. Dorogov in 40's in former USSR.

ASD was originally invented by a Russian researcher A. V. Dorogov in 40's and initially kepts secret and allowed only for army and special services use. Attributed strong anti-carcinogenic and anti-virial [1] properties. The production process is described as "thermal processing of animal-origin tissues", the final product is a dark fluid with very strong and specific odour. Available in two fractions - "third", denser, is to be administered on skin, "second" fraction - orally.

Since 90's produced in biochemical factory in Armavir and registered in Russia as official drug for animal-only usage and recommended for skin diseases in pigs and cows.

Literature[edit]

  • Nauka i Zhizn; The All-Union Society for the Dissemination of Political and Scientific Knowledge, All-Union Society "Knowledge" (1951). Наука и жизнь [Science and Life., Issues 5-12] (in Russian). Изд-во Академии наук СССР [Publishing House of the USSR Academy of Sciences]. p. 19.CS1 maint: extra punctuation (link)
  • Trudy Vsesouznogo instituta eksperimantalnoy veterenarii; Institute of Experimental Veterinary (1968). Труды Всесоюзного института экспериментальной ветеринарии [Volume 35] (in Russian). Изд-во Всесоюзного института экспериментальной ветеринарии [Publishing House of the Institute of Experimental Veterinary]. pp. 326–339.CS1 maint: extra punctuation (link)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Дерябина З. И., Николаев А. В. Химико-фармакологическая характеристика препарата АСД. Труды Всесоюзного института экспериментальной ветеринарии. М., 1968, т. 35, с. 326-339. [1]