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Schmidt A., Steinritz D., Rudolf K.D, Thiermann H., Striepling E..  2018.  Accidental sulfur mustard exposure: A case report. Toxicol Lett. 293:62-66.
Rothmiller S., Wolf M., Worek F., Steinritz D., Thiermann H., Schmidt A..  2018.  Alteration of miRNA expression in a sulfur mustard resistant cell line. Toxicol Lett. 293:38-44.
Lang S., Popp T., Kriegs C.S, Schmidt A., Balszuweit F., Menacher G., Kehe K., Thiermann H., Gudermann T., Steinritz D..  2018.  Anti-apoptotic and moderate anti-inflammatory effects of berberine in sulfur mustard exposed keratinocytes. Toxicol Lett. 293:2-8.
Schmidt A., Wolf M., Rothmiller S., Worek F., Steinritz D., Thiermann H..  2018.  Cytostatic resistance profile of the sulfur mustard resistant keratinocyte cell line HaCaT/SM. Toxicol Lett. 293:16-20.
Menacher G., Steinritz D., Schmidt A., Popp T., Worek F., Gudermann T., Thiermann H., Balszuweit F..  2018.  Effects of anti-inflammatory compounds on sulfur mustard injured cells: Recommendations and caveats suggested by in vitro cell culture models. Toxicol Lett. 293:91-97.
Schmidt A., Steinritz D., Rothmiller S., Thiermann H., Scherer A.M.  2018.  Effects of sulfur mustard on mesenchymal stem cells. Toxicol Lett. 293:98-104.
Siegert M., Kranawetvogl A., Thiermann H., John H..  2018.  Glutathione as an antidote for sulfur mustard poisoning: Mass spectrometric investigations of its potency as a chemical scavenger. Toxicol Lett. 293:31-37.
Popp T., Luling R., Boekhoff I., Seeger T., Branoner F., Gudermann T., Thiermann H., Worek F., Steinritz D..  2018.  Immediate responses of the cockroach Blaptica dubia after the exposure to sulfur mustard. Arch Toxicol. 92(1):337-346.
Schreier C., Rothmiller S., Scherer M.A, Rummel C., Steinritz D., Thiermann H., Schmidt A..  2018.  Mobilization of human mesenchymal stem cells through different cytokines and growth factors after their immobilization by sulfur mustard. Toxicol Lett. 293:105-111.
Siegert M., Kranawetvogl A., Thiermann H., John H..  2018.  N-Acetylcysteine as a chemical scavenger for sulfur mustard: New insights by mass spectrometry. Drug Test Anal. 10(2):243-253.
Rothmiller S., Schroder S., Strobelt R., Wolf M., Wang J., Jiang X., Worek F., Steinritz D., Thiermann H., Schmidt A..  2018.  Sulfur mustard resistant keratinocytes obtained elevated glutathione levels and other changes in the antioxidative defense mechanism. Toxicol Lett. 293:51-61.
Simons T., Steinritz D., Bolck B., Schmidt A., Popp T., Thiermann H., Gudermann T., Bloch W., Kehe K..  2018.  Sulfur mustard-induced epigenetic modifications over time - a pilot study. Toxicol Lett. 293:45-50.
Luling R., John H., Gudermann T., Thiermann H., Muckter H., Popp T., Steinritz D..  2018.  Transient Receptor Potential Channel A1 (TRPA1) Regulates Sulfur Mustard-Induced Expression of Heat Shock 70 kDa Protein 6 (HSPA6) In Vitro. Cells. 7(9)

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