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2008
Kadar T., Cohen M., Dachir S., Cohen L., Fishbine E., Sahar R., Amir A..  2008.  Alterations in structure and density of corneal endothelium following sulfur mustard exposure in rabbits and its relation to long-term pathology. Proceedings of the U.S. Army Medical Defense Bioscience Review. 1, A129:162.
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.
Amir A., Dachir S., Gutman H., Givant-Horwitz V., Cohen M., Cohen L., Fishbine E., Sahar R., Turetz J., Kadar T..  2008.  Evaluation and management of ocular injuries following sulfur mustard exposure. Proceedings of the U.S. Army Medical Defense Bioscience Review. 1:p.143.
Givant-Horwitz V., Amir A., Cohen L., Gutman H., Cohen M., Fishbine E., Turetz J., Brandeis R., Kadar T., Dachir S..  2008.  Involvement of matrix metalloproteinases in the cutaneous and ocular response to sulfur mustard. Proceedings of the U.S. Army Medical Defense Bioscience Review. 1, A123:155.
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.
Kadar T., Dachir S., Cohen L., Sahar R., Fishbine E., Cohen M., Turetz J., Gutman H., Buch H., Brandeis R. et al..  2008.  Ocular injuries following sulfur mustard exposure-Pathological mechanism and potential therapy. ToxicologyToxicology.
2006
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.
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.
Kadar T., Dachir S., Gutman H., Fishbeine E., Cohen L., Cohen M., Sahar R., Turetz J., Amir A..  2006.  Impairments of epithelial-nerve Interactions in sulfur mustard injuries induce long-term pathology - Indications for future treatment strategies. Proceedings of the U.S. Army Medical Defense Bioscience Review. :51.
Kadar T., Dachir S., Cohen M., Gutman H., Cohen L., Brandeis R., Amir A..  2006.  The pathological mechanism of delayed injuries following sulfur mustard exposure: 1. Correlation between clinical status and corneal innervation. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci. 47:5003.
Amir A., Dachir S., Cohen L., Cohen M., Gutman H., Shalem Y., Brandeis R., Kadar T..  2006.  The pathological mechanism of delayed injuries following sulfur mustard exposure: 2. A correlation of clinical status with growth capacity of epithelial cells and inflammatory markers of the cornea. Proceedings of the ARVO Annual Meeting.

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