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Smith W.J., Babin M.C., Kiser R.C., Casillas R.P..  2001.  Development of medical countermeasures to sulfur mustard vesication. Proceedings of the 2001 Scientific Conference on Chemical and Biological Defense Research.
Smith W.J., Babin M.C., Kiser R.C., Casillas R.P..  2000.  Development of medical countermeasures to sulfur mustard vesication. Proceedings of the 22nd Army Science Conference.
Smith W.J., Babin M.C., Kiser R.C., Casillas R.P..  2005.  Development of medical countermeasures to sulfur mustard vesication. Pentagon Reports. :6.
Amir A., Kadar T., Chapman S., Turetz J., Levy A., Babin M.C., Rickets K., Brozetti J.J., Logan T., Ross M.C..  2003.  The distribution kinetics of topical 14C-sulfur mustard in ocular tissues and the effect of acetylcysteine. J Toxicol Cutaneous Ocul Toxicol. 22:201-214.
Kiser R.C., Moore D.M., Tussing M., Baker L.M., II J.D.Toft, Shumaker S.M., Babin M.C., Casillas R.P..  2001.  Dose response modulation of cutaneous sulfur mustard injury. Proceedings of the 40th Annual Meeting of the Society of Toxicology. 60:618.
Gordon M.K., Desantis A., Hahn R.A., Beloni J., Gerecke D.R., Babin M.C..  2008.  Doxycycline and Tobradex as countermeasures against mustard exposures using a rabbit corneal organ culture model system. Proceedings of the U.S. Army Medical Defense Bioscience Review. 1, A124:156.
Hahn R.A., Schlager J.J., DeSantis A.S., Gallo M.A., Heck D.E., Sinko P., Laskin D.L., Laskin J.D., Heindel N., Casillas R.P. et al..  2009.  Doxycycline and Tobradex suppress rabbit corneal basement membrand zone damage induced by 2-chloroethylethyl sulfide. Proceedings of the Society of Toxicology 48th Annual Meeting and ToxExpo. 1:A549.
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Casillas R.P., Hobson S.T., Kiser R.C., Smithson D., Boeckers J., Babin M.C..  2003.  Further evidence that vanilloids modulate cutaneous sulfur mustard injury in vivo. Proceedings of the 42nd Annual Meeting of the Society of Toxicology. 72 (S-1):793.
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Casillas R.P., Kiser R.C., Babin M.C., Smith W.J..  2001.  In vivo modulation of cutaneous sulfur mustard (SM) injury with pharmaceuticals. Proc. of the NATO RTO HFM Symposium "Operational Medical Issues in Chemical and Biological Defense.

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