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2018
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.
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.
Talabani J.M, Ali A.I, Kadir A.M, Rashid R., Samin F., Greenwood D., Hay A..  2018.  Long-term health effects of chemical warfare agents on children following a single heavy exposure. Hum Exp Toxicol. 37(8):836-847.
Isono O., Kituda A., Fujii M., Yoshinaka T., Nakagawa G., Suzuki Y..  2018.  Long-term neurological and neuropsychological complications of sulfur mustard and Lewisite mixture poisoning in Chinese victims exposed to chemical warfare agents abandoned at the end of WWII. Toxicol Lett. 293:9-15.
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.
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.
Layali I., Shahriary A., N. Talatappe R, Tahmasbpour E., Rostami H., A. Harchegani B.  2018.  Sulfur mustard triggers oxidative stress through glutathione depletion and altered expression of glutathione-related enzymes in human airways. Immunopharmacol Immunotoxicol. 40(4):290-296.
2016
Jugg B.J, Hoard-Fruchey H., Rothwell C., Dillman J.F, David J., Jenner J., Sciuto A.M.  2016.  Acute Gene Expression Profile of Lung Tissue Following Sulfur Mustard Inhalation Exposure in Large Anesthetized Swine. Chem Res Toxicol. 29(10):1602-1610.
Imani S., Salimian J., Bozorgmehr M., Vahedi E., Ghazvini A., Ghanei M., Panahi Y..  2016.  Assessment of Treg/Th17 axis role in immunopathogenesis of chronic injuries of mustard lung disease. J Recept Signal Transduct Res. 36(5):531-41.
Worek F., Seeger T., Neumaier K., Wille T., Thiermann H..  2016.  Blaptica dubia as sentinels for exposure to chemical warfare agents - a pilot study. Toxicol Lett. 262:12-16.
Das L.M, Binko A.M, Traylor Z.P, Duesler L.R, Dynda S.M, Debanne S., Lu K.Q.  2016.  Early indicators of survival following exposure to mustard gas: Protective role of 25(OH)D. Toxicol Lett. 248:9-15.
Gholamnezhad Z., Boskabady M.H, Amery S., Vahedi N., Tabatabaei A., Boskabady M., Shahriary A..  2016.  The effect of vitamin E on lung pathology in sulfur mustard-exposed guinea pigs. Toxicol Ind Health. 32(12):1971-1977.
Gholamnezhad Z., Boskabady M.H, Amery S., Vahedi N., Tabatabaei A., Boskabady M., Shahriary A..  2016.  The effect of vitamin E on lung pathology in sulfur mustard-exposed guinea pigs. Toxicol Ind Health. 32(12):1971-1977.
Mosayebzadeh M., Ghazanfari T., Delshad A., Akbari H..  2016.  Evaluation of Apoptosis in the Lung Tissue of Sulfur Mustard-exposed Individuals. Iran J Allergy Asthma Immunol. 15(4):283-288.
Nishimura Y., Iwamoto H., Ishikawa N., Hattori N., Horimasu Y., Ohshimo S., Fujitaka K., Kondo K., Hamada H., Awai K. et al..  2016.  Long-term pulmonary complications of chemical weapons exposure in former poison gas factory workers. Inhal Toxicol. 28(8):343-8.
Composto G.M, Laskin J.D, Laskin D.L, Gerecke D.R, Casillas R.P, Heindel N.D, Joseph L.B, Heck D.E.  2016.  Mitigation of nitrogen mustard mediated skin injury by a novel indomethacin bifunctional prodrug. Exp Mol Pathol. 100(3):522-31.
Wohlman I.M, Composto G.M, Heck D.E, Heindel N.D, Lacey C.J, Guillon C.D, Casillas R.P, Croutch C.R, Gerecke D.R, Laskin D.L et al..  2016.  Mustard vesicants alter expression of the endocannabinoid system in mouse skin. Toxicol Appl Pharmacol. 303:30-44.

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