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2009
Laskin D.L.  2009.  Macrophages and inflammatory mediators in chemical toxicity: a battle of forces. Chem Res ToxicolChem Res Toxicol. 22:1376-85.
Black A.T., Joseph L.B., Gardner C.R., Gray J.P., Casillas R.P., Heck D.E., Gerecke D.R, Laskin D.L., Laskin J.D..  2009.  MAP kinases regulate changes in antioxidant and inflammatory mediator expression in mouse keratinocytes induced by the vesicant 2-chloroethyl ethyl sulfide. Proceedings of the Society of Toxicology 48th Annual Meeting and ToxExpo. 1:A621.
Medvedeva N., Polyak Y., Kankaanpaa H., Zaytseva T..  2009.  Microbial responses to mustard gas dumped in the Baltic Sea. Mar Environ Res. 68:71-81.
Hayden P.J, Petrali J.P, Stolper G., Hamilton T.A, Jackson, Jr G.R, Wertz P.W, Ito S., Smith W.J, Klausner M..  2009.  Microvesicating effects of sulfur mustard on an in vitro human skin model. Toxicol In VitroToxicol In Vitro. 23:1396-405.
Brown M..  2009.  Military chemical warfare agent human subjects testing: part 2--long-term health effects among participants of U.S. military chemical warfare agent testing. Mil Med. 174:1049-1054.
Mishin V., Gray J.P., Heck D.E., Casillas R.P., Gerecke D.R, Laskin D.L., Laskin J.D..  2009.  Modification of NDPH-cytochrome P450 reductase by 2-chloroethyl ethyl sulfide (CEES) stimulates production of reactive oxygen species . Proceedings of the Society of Toxicoloty 48th Annual Meeting and ToxExpo. 1:A615.
Prasad G.K, Singh B., Ganesan K., Batra A., Kumeria T., Gutch P.K, Vijayaraghavan R..  2009.  Modified titania nanotubes for decontamination of sulphur mustard. J Hazard MaterJ Hazard Mater. 167:1192-1197.
Chang Y., Casillas R.P., Sabourin C.L., Gordon M.K, Gerecke D.R.  2009.  Modulation of gene expression by MMP inhibitors in sulfur mustard exposed mouse skin. Proceedings of the Society of Toxicology 48th Annual Meeting and ToxExpo. 1:A619.
Kehe K., Balszuweit F., Steinritz D., Thiermann H..  2009.  Molecular toxicology of sulfur mustard-induced cutaneous inflammation and blistering. ToxicologyToxicology. 263:12-9.
Gunaseelan S., Pooyan S., Chen P., Samizadeh M., Palombo M.S, Stein S., Zhang X., Sinko P.J.  2009.  Multimeric peptide-based PEG nanocarriers with programmable elimination properties. Biomaterials. 30:5649-59.
Kristinsson J., Johannesson T..  2009.  [Mustard gas bombs found astray in the Faxafloi bay. Mustard gas: usage and poisonings]. Laeknabladid. 95:359-65.
Hosseini-Khalili A., Haines D.D, Modirian E., Soroush M., Khateri S., Joshi R., Zendehdel K., Ghanei M., Giardina C..  2009.  Mustard gas exposure and carcinogenesis of lung. Mutat ResMutat Res. 678:1-6.
Wattana M., Bey T..  2009.  Mustard gas or sulfur mustard: an old chemical agent as a new terrorist threat. Prehosp Disaster Med. 24:19-29;discussion30-1.
Bey T., Wattana M..  2009.  Mustard gas or sulfur mustard: An old chemical agent as a new terrorist threat. Prehospital and Disaster Medicine. 24
Bey T., Wattana M..  2009.  Mustard gas or sulfur mutard: An old chemical agent as a new terrorist threat. Prehospital and Disaster Medicine. 24
2008
Ray R., Ray P., Gao X., Xiao Y., Ishida K..  2008.  Macrolide Antibiotics Improve Phagocytic Capacity and Reduce Inflammation In Sulfur Mustard-Exposed Monocytes . Pentagon Reports. :9.
Schulmeister L..  2008.  Managing vesicant extravasations. Oncologist. 13:284-288.
Muskat P.C.  2008.  Mass casualty chemical exposure and implications for respiratory failure. Respir Care. 53:58-63;discussion63-66.
Ries C., Popp T., Egea V., Kehe K., Jochum M..  2008.  Matrix metalloproteinase-9 expression and release from skin fibroblasts interacting with keratinocytes: Upregulation in response to sulphur mustard. ToxicologyToxicology. 263:26-31.
Martens M.E..  2008.  Mechanisms of mitochondrial dysfunction induced by sulfur mustard in human epidermal keratinocytes. Proceedings of the U.S. Army Medical Defense Bioscience Review. 1, A131:164.
Gray J.P., Heck D.E., Gerecke D.R., Gordon M.K., Heindel N.D., Casillas R.P., Sinko P.J., Laskin D.L., Laskin J.D..  2008.  Mechanisms on inhibition of NADPH-cytochrome P450 reductase in lung tissue by the vesicant 2-chloroethyl ethyl sulfide. Proceedings of the U.S. Army Medical Defense Bioscience Review. 1, A145:185.
Kehe K., .  2008.  Medical Aspects of Chemical Warfare Agents. Decontamination of Warfare Agents: Enzymatic Methods for the Removal of B/C Weapons. :201-221.
Graham J.S, Stevenson R.S, Mitcheltree L.W, Hamilton T.A, Deckert R.R, Lee R.B, Schiavetta A.M.  2008.  Medical management of cutaneous sulfur mustard injuries. ToxicologyToxicology.
Graham J.S, Gerlach T.W, Logan T.P, Bonar J.P, Fugo R.J, Lee R.B, Coatsworth M.A.  2008.  Methods of advanced wound management for care of combined traumatic and chemical warfare injuries. Eplasty. 8:e34.
Zimmermann S., Barth S., Baether W.K, Ringer J..  2008.  Miniaturized low-cost ion mobility spectrometer for fast detection of chemical warfare agents. Anal ChemAnal Chem. 80:6671-6676.

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