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Dachir S., Fishbeine E., Meshulam Y., Sahar R., Chapman S., Amir A., Kadar T..  2004.  Amelioration of sulfur mustard skin injury following a topical treatment with a mixture of a steroid and a NSAID. J Appl ToxicolJ Appl Toxicol. 24:107-113.
Dachir S., Cohen M., Fishbeine E., Gutman H., Kadar T..  2006.  The advantage of using the hairless guinea pig (HGP) as a small animal model for studying healing processes following HD skin injury. Proceedings of the U.S. Army Medical Defense Bioscience Review. :89.
Dachir S., Kadar T., Rabinovitz Y., Cohen M., Cohen L., Sahar R., Amir A., Allon N..  2008.  Late pulmonary pathology following sulfur mustard inhalation in the guinea pig model. Proceedings of the U.S. Army Medical Defense Bioscience Review. 1, A143:182.
Dachir S., Fishbeine E., Meshulam Y., Sahar R., Amir A., Kadar T..  2002.  Potential anti-inflammatory treatments against cutaneous sulfur mustard injury using the mouse ear vesicant model. Hum Exp ToxicolHum Exp Toxicol. 21:197-203.
Dachir S., Fishbine E., Meshulam Y., Sahar R., Amir A., Kadar T..  2000.  Anti-inflammatory treatment against HD induced skin lesions. :673-682.
Dachir S., Cohen M., Sahar R., Graham J., Eisenkraft A., Horwitz V., Kadar T..  2014.  Beneficial effects of activated macrophages on sulfur mustard-induced cutaneous burns, an in vivo experience. Cutan Ocul ToxicolCutan Ocul ToxicolCutan Ocul Toxicol. 33:317-26.
Dachir S., Rabinovitz I., Yaacov G., Gutman H., Cohen L., Horwitz V., Cohen M., Kadar T..  2019.  Whole body exposure of rats to sulfur mustard vapor. Drug Chem Toxicol. 42(3):231-242.
Dachir S., Fishbeine E., Sahar R., Meshulam J., Cohen L., Kadar T..  2002.  Post-exposure anti-inflammatory treatment against cutaneous HD injury in pigs. Proceedings of the U.S. Army Medical Defense Bioscience Review. :998-1007.
Dachir S., Cohen M., Fishbine E., Sahar R., Kadar T..  2008.  Beneficial effect of treatment with nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs against sulfur mustard skin injury. Proceedings of the U.S. Army Medical Defense Bioscience Review. 1, A118:150.
Dachir S., Gutman H., Gore A., Cohen L., Cohen M., Amir A., Horwitz V., Kadar T..  2017.  Ocular Surface Changes After Sulfur Mustard Exposure in Rabbits, Monitored by Impression Cytology. Cornea. 36(8):980-987.
Dachir S., Fishbeine E., Sahar R., Meshulam J., Buch H., Cohen M., Cohen L., Amir A., T. K.  2004.  Treating HD cutaneous injury with anti-inflammatory drugs – Summing up and future prospects. Proceedings of the U.S. Army Medical Defense Bioscience Review. 140:1-21.
Dachir S., Cohen M., Fishbeine E., Sahar R., Brandies R., Horwitz V., Kadar T..  2010.  Characterization of acute and long-term sulfur mustard-induced skin injuries in hairless guinea-pigs using non-invasive methods. Skin Research and Technology. 16:114-124.
Dachir S., Barness I., Fishbine E., Meshulam J., Sahar R., Eisenkraft A., Amir A., Kadar T..  2017.  Dermostyx (IB1) - High efficacy and safe topical skin protectant against percutaneous toxic agents. Chem Biol Interact. 267:25-32.

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