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Cowan F.M., Broomfield C.A, Smith W.J..  1999.  Enhanced proteolytic activity and Fc receptor expression in human epithelial cells following exposure to sulfur mustard. Toxicity Assessment Alternatives: Methods, Issues, Opportunities. Chapter 16:185-191.
Neel J.V., Nishimoto Y., , Fujita M., Yoshimoto Y..  1985.  Epidemiological studies of germ cell mutation in human populations, with particular reference to groups with unusual chemical exposures. Methods for Estimating Risk of Chemical Injury: Human and Non-human Biota and Ecosystems.
Nishimoto Y., Yamakido M., Ishioka S..  1988.  Epidemiological studies of lung cancer in Japanese mustard gas workers. Unusual occurrences as clues to cancer etiology. :95-101.
Acheson E.D..  1986.  Epidemiology of nasal cancer. Toxicology of the Nasal Passages. :135-142.
Nanney L.B., King L.E..  1996.  Epidermal growth factor and transforming growth factor-alpha. The Molecular and Cellular Biology of Wound Repair. :171-194.
Bongiovanni R., Millard C.B, Schulz S.M, Romano J.M.  1993.  Estimation of neutrophil infiltration into hairless guinea pig skin treated with 2,2'-dichlorodiethyl sulfide. Proceedings of the 1993 Medical Defense Bioscience Review. :389-395.
Kelly S.A., Guzman J., Gross C.L., Smith W.J..  2003.  Evaluation of cytotoxicity assays of human epidermal keratinocytes exposed in vitro to sulfur mustard. Alternative Toxicological Methods for the New Millennium. Chapter 24:281-285.
Snider T.H., Blank J.A., Reid F.M..  1996.  Evaluation of the weanling pig as a model for sulfur mustard induced microvesication. 1996 Medical defense bioscience review: Proceedings. Vol. II. 12-16 May. :1121-1128.
Roberts J.J., Pascoe J.M..  1971.  Evidence for cross-linking of complementary strands of DNA in cultured mammalian cells by platinum compounds and mustard gas. Advances in Antimicrobial and Antineoplastic Chemotherapy: Progress in Research and Clinical Application. Vol. II, Antineoplastic Chemotherapy Radioprotectives. :249-251.
Sabourin C.L.K., Choi Y.W., Stonerock M.K., Waugh J.D., Kiser R.C., Danne M.M., Buxton K.L., Casillas R.P., Babin M.C., Schlager J.J..  2004.  Expression profiling of sulfur mustard exposure in murine skin: chemokines, cytokines, and growth factors. Toxicogenomics and Proteomics. 356:109-116.
Balali-Mood M..  1986.  First report of delayed toxic effects of yperite poisoning in Iranian fighters. Terrorism: Analysis and detection of explosives. Proc of the Second World Congress on new compounds in biological and chemical warfare.. :489-495.
Lunec J..  1989.  Free radical activity: Methods of measument in vivo. Pharmacological Methods in the Control of Inflammation. :59-81.
.  1973.  GB weapons today. The problem of chemical and biological warfare. 2, Chapter 1:27-89.
Lewis, Sr. R.J..  2008.  General chemical entries. Hazardous Chemicals Desk Reference, 6th Edition. :1-1456.
Waters M.D., Garrett N.E., de Serres C.M.Covone-.  1983.  Genetic toxicology of some known or suspected human carcinogens. Chemical mutagens, principles and methods for their detection. :261-341.
Kraybill H.F, Blackwood I.C, Freas N.B.  1982.  Hairless mice for carcinogenesis studies. Proceedings of the second NCI/EPA/NIOSH colaborative workshop: progress on joint environmental and occupational cancer studies.
Papirmeister B., Feister A.J., Robinson S.I., Ford R.D..  1991.  Histo- and Cytopathology of Acute Epithelial Lesions. Medical Defense Against Mustard Gas: Toxic Mechanisms and Pharmacological Implications.
Warthin A.S., Weller C.V..  1919.  Histological studies of sulfur mustard exposure. The Medical Aspects of Mustard Gas Poisoning. :35-80.
Joy R.J.T..  1997.  Historical Aspects of Medical Defense Against Chemical Warfare . Textbook of Military Medicine: Medical Aspects of Chemical and Biological Warfare. :87-109.
Smart J.K..  1997.  History of chemical and biological warfare: an American perspective.. Medical Aspects of Chemical and Biological Warfare.
Schlager J.J., Ali K., Benjamin H.R., Levine D.P., Avery D.P., Clark J.H.  2003.  Human keratinocyte inflammatory transcript gene activity following sulfur mustard. Alternatives in Toxicity Methods.
Schlager J.J, Ali K., Benjamin H.R., Levine C.F., Avery D.P., Clark J.H..  2003.  Human keratinocyte inflammatory transcript gene activity following sulfur mustard. Alternative Toxicological Methods. 1(5):269-280.
Greaves M.W, Black A.K, Monks R..  1979.  Identification of mediators of inflammation. Investigative Technologies in Dermatology. :94-103.
Werrlein R.J., Madren-whalley J.S..  2003.  Imaging sulfur mustard lesions in basal cells and human epidermal tissues by confocal and multiphoton laser scanning microscopy. Alternative Toxicological Methods. 1(5):303-312.
Hughes, Jr W.F..  1945.  The importance of mustard burns of the eye as judged by World War I statistics and recent accidents. (Prepared for the Committee on Medical Research of the Office of Scientific Research and Development). National Research Council. Division of Medical Sciences, Committee on Treatment of Gas Casualties, comp. Fasciculus on Chemical Warfare Medicine. I, Eye:79-90.


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