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2017
Razavi S.M, Saghafinia M., Salamati P..  2017.  Paraclinical findings in Iranian veterans exposed to sulfur mustard gas: A literature review. Chin J Traumatol. 20(2):114-117.
Hall C.A, Lydon H.L, Dalton C.H, Chipman J.K, Graham J.S, Chilcott R.P.  2017.  The percutaneous toxicokinetics of Sulphur mustard in a damaged skin porcine model and the evaluation of WoundStat as a topical decontaminant. J Appl Toxicol. 37(9):1036-1045.
Dong J., Hu J., Chi Y., Lin Z., Zou B., Yang S., Hill C.L, Hu C..  2017.  A Polyoxoniobate-Polyoxovanadate Double-Anion Catalyst for Simultaneous Oxidative and Hydrolytic Decontamination of Chemical Warfare Agent Simulants. Angew Chem Int Ed Engl. 56(16):4473-4477.
Howarth A.J, Buru C.T, Liu Y., Ploskonka A.M, Hartlieb K.J, McEntee M., Mahle J.J, Buchanan J.H, Durke E.M, Al-Juaid S.S et al..  2017.  Postsynthetic Incorporation of a Singlet Oxygen Photosensitizer in a Metal-Organic Framework for Fast and Selective Oxidative Detoxification of Sulfur Mustard. Chemistry. 23(1):214-218.
Panahi Y., Ghanei M., Hashjin M.M, Rezaee R., Sahebkar A..  2017.  Potential Utility of N-acetylcysteine for Treating Mustard Lung. Crit Rev Eukaryot Gene Expr. 27(3):247-266.
Jost P., Fikrova P., Svobodova H., Pejchal J., Stetina R..  2017.  Protective potential of different compounds and their combinations with MESNA against sulfur mustard-induced cytotoxicity and genotoxicity. Toxicol Lett. 275:92-100.
Pajoohesh M., Naderi M., Naderi-Manesh H..  2017.  Proteomic features of delayed ocular symptoms caused by exposure to sulfur mustard: As studied by protein profiling of corneal epithelium. Biochim Biophys Acta Proteins Proteom. 1865(11 Pt A):1445-1454.
2016
Eisenkraft A., Falk A..  2016.  The possible role of intravenous lipid emulsion in the treatment of chemical warfare agent poisoning. Toxicol Rep. 3:202-210.
Razavi S.M, Salamati P., Rostami R..  2016.  Post-traumatic stress disorder in patients with burn injuries due to sulfur mustard exposure. Burns. 42(2):473-4.
John H., Willoh S., Hormann P., Siegert M., Vondran A., Thiermann H..  2016.  Procedures for Analysis of Dried Plasma Using Microsampling Devices to Detect Sulfur Mustard-Albumin Adducts for Verification of Poisoning. Anal Chem. 88(17):8787-94.
M. Nobakht GBF, Oskouie A.A, Aliannejad R., Rezaei-Tavirani M., Tavallaie S., Baghban A.A, Taheri S., Keramati M.R, Alamdari D.H.  2016.  Pro-oxidant-antioxidant balance in Iranian veterans with sulfur mustard toxicity and different levels of pulmonary disorders. Drug Chem Toxicol. 39(4):362-6.
M. Nobakht GBF, Oskouie A.A, Aliannejad R., Rezaei-Tavirani M., Tavallaie S., Baghban A.A, Taheri S., Keramati M.R, Alamdari D.H.  2016.  Pro-oxidant-antioxidant balance in Iranian veterans with sulfur mustard toxicity and different levels of pulmonary disorders. Drug Chem Toxicol. 39(4):362-6.
Kannan G.M, Kumar P., Bhaskar A.S, Pathak U., Kumar D., Nagar D.P, Pant S.C, Ganesan K..  2016.  Prophylactic efficacy of S-2(2-aminoethylamino)ethyl phenyl sulfide (DRDE-07) against sulfur mustard induced lung toxicity in mice. Drug Chem Toxicol. 39(2):182-9.
Kannan G.M, Kumar P., Bhaskar A.S, Pathak U., Kumar D., Nagar D.P, Pant S.C, Ganesan K..  2016.  Prophylactic efficacy of S-2(2-aminoethylamino)ethyl phenyl sulfide (DRDE-07) against sulfur mustard induced lung toxicity in mice. Drug Chem Toxicol. 39(2):182-9.
Balszuweit F., Menacher G., Schmidt A., Kehe K., Popp T., Worek F., Thiermann H., Steinritz D..  2016.  Protective effects of the thiol compounds GSH and NAC against sulfur mustard toxicity in a human keratinocyte cell line. Toxicol Lett. 244:35-43.
Balszuweit F., Menacher G., Schmidt A., Kehe K., Popp T., Worek F., Thiermann H., Steinritz D..  2016.  Protective effects of the thiol compounds GSH and NAC against sulfur mustard toxicity in a human keratinocyte cell line. Toxicol Lett. 244:35-43.
2014
Riazi A., Hafezi R., Babaei M., Naderi M..  2014.  Possible long term effects of chemical warfare using visual evoked potentials. Iran J Med SciIran J Med SciIran J Med Sci. 39:467-70.

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