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Kadar T., Turetz J., Fishbine E., Sahar R., Chapman S., Amir A..  2001.  Characterization of acute and delayed ocular lesions induced by sulfur mustard in rabbits. Curr Eye ResCurr Eye Res. 22:42-53.
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.
Horwitz V., Cohen-Gihon I., Egoz I., Dachir S., Cohen M., Cohen L., Gutman H., Gez R., Kadar T., Gore A. et al..  2019.  A comprehensive analysis of corneal mRNA levels during sulfur mustard induced ocular late pathology in the rabbit model using RNA sequencing. Exp Eye Res. 184:201-212.
Amir A., Dachir S., Cohen L., Cohen M., Gutman H., Shalem Y., Kadar T..  2005.  Corneal epithelial cell reaction to sulfur mustard exposure contributes to the acute anterior segment inflammation and to the development of epithelial lesions. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci. 46:2151.
Amir A., Dachir S., Cohen L., Cohen M., Gutman H., Shalem Y., Kadar T..  2004.  The corneal epithelium in sulfur mustard ocular injury-In vitro and ex vivo studies. Proceedings of the U.S. Army Medical Defense Bioscience Review. 198:1-10.
Amir A., Dachir S., Cohen L., Cohen M., Gutman H., Shalem Y., Brandeis R., Kadar T..  2006.  Corneal inflammation and epithelial growth capacity are related to the pathology of the delayed lesion following ocular SM exposure in the rabbit. Proceedings of the U.S. Army Medical Defense Bioscience Review. :68.
Vidan A., Amir A., Turetz J., Buch H., Kadar T..  2002.  Corneal neovascularization in two models of chemical burn: Alkali and sulfur mustard. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci. 43:1742.

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