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Smith K.J, Skelton H.G, Martin J.L, Hurst C.G, Hackley, Jr B.E.  1997.  CO2 laser debridement of sulphur mustard (bis-2-chloroethyl sulphide) induced cutaneous lesions accelerates production of a normal epidermis with elimination of cytological atypia. Br J Dermatol. 137:590-594.
Smith K.J, Graham J.S, Skelton H.G, O'Leary T., Moeller R.B, Okerberg C.V, Hurst C.G.  1997.  Evaluation of cross-reacting anti-human antibodies in the euthymic hairless guinea pig model(HGP) suggests that the HGP may be a model for the study of proliferative skin disease. Journal of Dermatological Science. 14(3):240-250.
Smith K.J, Casillas R., Graham J., Skelton H.G, Stemler F., Hackley, Jr B.E.  1997.  Histopathologic features seen with different animal models following cutaneous sulfur mustard exposure. J Dermatol Sci. 14:126-135.
Smith K.J, Graham J.S, Hamilton T.A, Skelton H.G, Petrali J.P, Hurst C.G.  1997.  Immunohistochemical studies of basement membrane proteins and proliferation and apoptosis markers in sulfur mustard induced cutaneous lesions in weanling pigs. J Dermatol Sci. 15:173-182.
Graham J.S, Smith K.J, Braue E.H, Martin J.L.  1997.  Improved healing of sulfur mustard-induced cutaneous lesions in the weanling pig by pulsed CO2 laser debridement. J Toxicol Cutaneous Ocul Toxicol. 16:275-295.
Smith K.J, Skelton H.G, Graham J.S, Hurst C.G, Hackley, Jr B.E.  1997.  Increased smooth muscle actin, factor XIIIa, and vimentin-positive cells in the papillary dermis of carbon dioxide laser-debrided porcine skin. Dermatol Surg. 23:891-895.

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