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2016
Steinritz D., Striepling E., Rudolf K.D, Schroder-Kraft C., Puschel K., Hullard-Pulstinger A., Koller M., Thiermann H., Gandor F., Gawlik M. et al..  2016.  Medical documentation, bioanalytical evidence of an accidental human exposure to sulfur mustard and general therapy recommendations. Toxicol Lett. 244:112-120.
Steinritz D., Striepling E., Rudolf K.D, Schroder-Kraft C., Puschel K., Hullard-Pulstinger A., Koller M., Thiermann H., Gandor F., Gawlik M. et al..  2016.  Medical documentation, bioanalytical evidence of an accidental human exposure to sulfur mustard and general therapy recommendations. Toxicol Lett. 244:112-120.
John H., Siegert M., Gandor F., Gawlik M., Kranawetvogl A., Karaghiosoff K., Thiermann H..  2016.  Optimized verification method for detection of an albumin-sulfur mustard adduct at Cys(34) using a hybrid quadrupole time-of-flight tandem mass spectrometer after direct plasma proteolysis. Toxicol Lett. 244:103-111.
John H., Siegert M., Gandor F., Gawlik M., Kranawetvogl A., Karaghiosoff K., Thiermann H..  2016.  Optimized verification method for detection of an albumin-sulfur mustard adduct at Cys(34) using a hybrid quadrupole time-of-flight tandem mass spectrometer after direct plasma proteolysis. Toxicol Lett. 244:103-111.
Lee J.Y, Lee Y.H.  2016.  Solid-Phase Extraction of Sulfur Mustard Metabolites Using an Activated Carbon Fiber Sorbent. J Anal Toxicol. 40(1):64-71.
Lee J.Y, Lee Y.H.  2016.  Solid-Phase Extraction of Sulfur Mustard Metabolites Using an Activated Carbon Fiber Sorbent. J Anal Toxicol. 40(1):64-71.

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