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1999
Calvet J.H, Planus E., Rouet P., Pezet S., Levame M., Lafuma C., Harf A., D'Ortho M.P.  1999.  Matrix metalloproteinase gelatinases in sulfur mustard-induced acute airway injury in guinea pigs. Am J Physiol. 276:L754-762.
Kurt E.M., O'Donnell V.M., Davenport C.C., Saweska A..  1999.  Measure of O96)-alkylguanine-DNA alkyltransferase activity in normal human epidermal keratinocytes in culture and effects of bis-(2-chloroethyl) sulfide in the activity. Pentagon Reports. :11.
Ray R., Benton.B.J., Anderson D., Brobst D.E., Rosenthal D.S., Ray P..  1999.  On the mechanism of protection against sulfur mustard by inhibition of poly (ADP-ribose) polymerase. Proceedings of the NATO RSG-III Panel VIII Meeting. USAMRICD CDROM, 2001
Ray R., Benton B., Anderson D., Borts D.E., Petrali J.P., Chakrabarti A., Ray P..  1999.  On the mechanism of protection against sulfur mustard injury by inhibition of poly (ADP-ribose) polymerase. Proceedings of the NATO TG004 meeting.
Lundy P.M., Sawyer T.W., Hamilton M.G..  1999.  Mediation of sulfur mustard cellular toxicity by ATP: A possible mechanism of action of sulfur mustard toxicity. Pentagon Reports. :85.
Olson C.T., Danne M.M., Blank J.A., Estep J.E..  1999.  A medical research and evaluation facility (MREF) and studies supporting the Medical Chemical Defense Program. Pentagon Reports. :42.
Snider T.H, Matthews M.C, Braue, Jr E.H.  1999.  Model for assessing efficacy of topical skin protectants against sulfur mustard vapor using hairless guinea pigs. J Appl ToxicolJ Appl Toxicol. 19 Suppl 1:S55-58.
Schlager J.J., Clark J.H.;.  1999.  Modulation of sulfur mustard stress gene induction by anti-inflammatory agents. Proceedings of the 38th Annual Meeting of the Society of Toxicology. 48:1300.
1997
Inoue H., Asaka T., Nagata N., Koshihara Y..  1997.  Mechanism of mustard oil-induced skin inflammation in mice. Eur.J.Pharmacol.. 333:231-240.
Sidell F.R., Takafuij E.T., Franz D.R..  1997.  Medical aspects of chemical and biological warfare. Textbook of Military Medicine. Chapter 7:197-228.
Olson C.T., Snider T.H., Hobson D.W., Logel C.A., Johnson J.B..  1997.  A medical research and evaluation facility and studies supporting the Medical Chemical Defense Program. Evaluation of the utility of human skin equivalents for studying HD-induced dermatotoxicity and evaluating antivesicant treatment regimens. Pentagon Reports. :215.
Olson C.T., Snider T.H., Kinney H., Johnson J.B..  1997.  A medical research and evaluation facility and studies supporting the Medical Chemical Defense Program. Pentagon Report. :273.
Olson C.T., Johnson J.B, Blank J.A, Menton R.G., Reid F.M..  1997.  A medical research and evaluation facility and studies supporting the Medical Chemical Defense Program. A comparison of the biochemical changes produced by vesicating and non-vesicating alkylating agents in normal human epidermal keratinocytes. Pentagon Reports. :110.
Zlotogorski A., Goldenhersh M., Shafran A..  1997.  A model for quantitative measurement of sulfur mustard skin lesions in the rabbit ear. ToxicologyToxicology. 120:105-110.
Vijayaraghavan R..  1997.  Modifications of breathing pattern induced by inhaled sulphur mustard in mice. Arch ToxicolArch Toxicol. 71:157-164.
Lindsay C.D, Hambrook J.L, Lailey A.F.  1997.  Monoisopropylglutathione ester protects A549 cells from the cytotoxic effects of sulphur mustard. Hum Exp ToxicolHum Exp Toxicol. 16:636-644.
Casillas R.P., Mitcheltree L.W., Stemler F.W..  1997.  The mouse ear model of cutaneous sulfur mustard injury. Toxicol Mechanisms and Methods. 7:381-397.

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