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Rendell R., Fairhall S., Graham S., Rutter S., Auton P., Smith A., Perrott R., Jugg B..  2018.  Assessment of N-acetylcysteine as a therapy for phosgene-induced acute lung injury. Toxicol Lett. 290:145-152.
Xu H., Gao Z., Wang P., Xu B., Zhang Y., Long L., Zong C., Guo L., Jiang W., Ye Q. et al..  2018.  Biological effects of adipocytes in sulfur mustard induced toxicity. Toxicology. 393:140-149.
Jiang Y.Y, Li Z.S, Yu D., Xie J.W, Zhu X.J, Zhong Y.X.  2018.  Changes in inflammatory factors and protein expression in sulfur mustard (1LD50)-induced acute pulmonary injury in rats. Int Immunopharmacol. 61:338-345.
Gros-Desormeaux F., Beracochea D., Dorandeu F., Pierard C..  2018.  Cognitive and emotional impairments after cutaneous intoxication by CEES (a sulfur mustard analog) in mice. Toxicol Lett. 293:73-76.
Aliannejad R..  2018.  Comment on "Bronchiolitis Obliterans and Pulmonary Fibrosis after Sulfur Mustard Inhalation in Rats". Am J Respir Cell Mol Biol. 59(2):273-274.
Horwitz V., Dachir S., Cohen M., Gutman H., Cohen L., Gez R., Buch H., Kadar T., Gore A..  2018.  Differential expression of corneal and limbal cytokines and chemokines throughout the clinical course of sulfur mustard induced ocular injury in the rabbit model. Exp Eye Res. 177:145-152.
Panahi Y., Fattahi A., Nejabati H.R, Abroon S., Latifi Z., Akbarzadeh A., Ghasemnejad T..  2018.  DNA repair mechanisms in response to genotoxicity of warfare agent sulfur mustard. Environ Toxicol Pharmacol. 58:230-236.
Goswami D.G, Kant R., Tewari-Singh N., Agarwal R..  2018.  Efficacy of anti-inflammatory, antibiotic and pleiotropic agents in reversing nitrogen mustard-induced injury in ex vivo cultured rabbit cornea. Toxicol Lett. 293:127-132.
Chang Y.C, Soriano M., Hahn R.A, Casillas R.P, Gordon M.K, Laskin J.D, Gerecke D.R.  2018.  Expression of cytokines and chemokines in mouse skin treated with sulfur mustard. Toxicol Appl Pharmacol. 355:52-59.
Zhang X.R, Zhou W.X, Zhang Y.X.  2018.  Improvements in SOD mimic AEOL-10150, a potent broad-spectrum antioxidant. Mil Med Res. 5(1):30.
Zubel T., Burkle A., Mangerich A..  2018.  Mass spectrometric analysis of sulfur mustard-induced biomolecular adducts: Are DNA adducts suitable biomarkers of exposure? Toxicol Lett. 293:21-30.
Goswami D.G, Agarwal R., Tewari-Singh N..  2018.  Phosgene oxime: Injury and associated mechanisms compared to vesicating agents sulfur mustard and lewisite. Toxicol Lett. 293:112-119.
Manandhar E., Pay A., Veress L.A, Logue B.A.  2018.  Rapid analysis of sulfur mustard oxide in plasma using gas chromatography-chemical ionization-mass spectrometry for diagnosis of sulfur mustard exposure. J Chromatogr A. 1572:106-111.
McGraw M.D, Veress L.A.  2018.  Reply to: Comment on "Bronchiolitis Obliterans and Pulmonary Fibrosis after Sulfur Mustard Inhalation in Rats". Am J Respir Cell Mol Biol. 59(2):274-275.
Panahi Y., Abdolghaffari A.H, Sahebkar A..  2018.  A review on symptoms, treatments protocols, and proteomic profile in sulfur mustard-exposed victims. J Cell Biochem. 119(1):197-206.
Gore A., Horwitz V., Cohen M., Gutman H., Cohen L., Gez R., Kadar T., Dachir S..  2018.  Successful single treatment with ziv-aflibercept for existing corneal neovascularization following ocular chemical insult in the rabbit model. Exp Eye Res. 171:183-191.
Joseph L.B, Composto G.M, Perez R.M, Kim H.D, Casillas R.P, Heindel N.D, Young S.C, Lacey C.J, Saxena J., Guillon C.D et al..  2018.  Sulfur mustard induced mast cell degranulation in mouse skin is inhibited by a novel anti-inflammatory and anticholinergic bifunctional prodrug. Toxicol Lett. 293:77-81.
Rose D., Schmidt A., Brandenburger M., Sturmheit T., Zille M., Boltze J..  2018.  Sulfur mustard skin lesions: A systematic review on pathomechanisms, treatment options and future research directions. Toxicol Lett. 293:82-90.
Achanta S., Chintagari N.R, Brackmann M., Balakrishna S., Jordt S.E.  2018.  TRPA1 and CGRP antagonists counteract vesicant-induced skin injury and inflammation. Toxicol Lett. 293:140-148.

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