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Chen Y., Zhang P., Caridha D., Chiang P.K., Smith W.J..  2003.  3-deaza-aristeromycin (DZAri), an inhibitor of methylation, abrogates apoptosis induced by sulfur mustard in human keratinocytes. Proc. of the 2003 Joint Service Scientific Conference on Chemical & Biological Defense Research.
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Cowan F.M., Anderson D., Broomfield C.A, Byers S.L., Smith W.J..  1997.  Biochemical alterations in rat lung lavage fluid following acute sulfur mustard inhalation. II. Increases in proteolytic activity. Inhalation Toxicol.. 9:53-61.
Smith W.J., Emison E.S., Clark O.E., Gross C..  1994.  Biochemical and cytometric analysis of DNA damage and repair following exposure of human cells to sulfur mustard. Proc of the US Army Edgewood Research, Development and Engineering Center Scientific Conference on Chemical Defense Research.
Smith W.J., Emison E.S., Clark O.E., Gross C.L..  1994.  Biochemical and cytometric analysis of DNA damage and repair following exposure of human cells to sulfur mustard. Proc of the USA-Israel Bilateral Medical Research & Development Symposium; The "Shoresh" Conference.
Smith W.J., Emison E.S., Clark O.E., Gross C..  1995.  Biochemical and cytometric analysis of DNA damage and repair following exposure of human cells to sulfur mustard. Proc of the NATO Panel 8 - RSG III Meeting.
Smith W.J., Sproat E.M., Clark O.E., Gross C.L..  1994.  Biochemical and cytometric analysis of DNA damage and repair following exposure of human cells to sulfur mustard. Cytometry Suppl. 7:52.
Smith W.J., Martens M.E., Gross C., Clark O.E., Cowan F.M..  1994.  Biochemical and flow cytometric studies of the mechanism of action of sulfur mustard using human cells in culture. Proc of the USA-Israel Bilateral Medical Research & Development Symposium; The "Shoresh" Conference.
Smith W.J., Martens M.E., Gross C.L..  1998.  Biochemical and flow cytometric studies of the mechanism of action of sulfur mustard using human cells in culture. Advances in animal alternatives for safety and efficacy testing. :99-101.
Smith W.J., Clark O.E., Cowan F.M., DeJoseph M.E., Gross C.L..  2000.  Biochemical changes induced in human cells by the vesicating agent sulfur mustard. Proceedings of the U.S. Army Medical Defense Bioscience Review.
Smith W.J., Clark O.E., Cowan F.M., DeJoseph M.E., Gross C.L..  2000.  Biochemical changes induced in human cells by the vesicating agent sulfur mustard. In Vitro. 36:79A.
Smith W.J., Cowan F.M., Clark C.R., Martens M.E., Gross C..  1991.  Biochemical events in the pathology of sulfur mustard in vitro. Proceedings of the U.S. Army Medical Defense Bioscience Review.
Smith W.J..  1992.  Biochemistry of sulfur mustard vesication. Proceedings of the 2nd Symposium on Chemical Warfare Agents, Federal Armed Forces of Germany.
Smith W.J., Salem H..  2006.  Biomarkers of chemical warfare agent exposure. Toxicologic Biomarkers. Chapter 12:259-272.
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Rosenthal D.S., Simbulan-Rosenthal C., Iyer S., Smith W.J., Ray R., Smulson M.E..  1998.  Calmodulin, poly (ADP-ribose) polymerase, and p53 are targets for modulating the effects of sulfur mustard. Proceedings of the U.S. Army Medical Defense Bioscience Review.
Platteborze P., Smith W.J..  2003.  Cellular resistance of tetrahymena to sulfur mustard. Alternative Toxicoloical Methods for the New Millennium. Chapter 21:251-257.
Rosenthal D.S., Ray R., Benton B., Velarde A., Chou F-P., Anderson D.R., Smith W.J., Simbulan-Rosenthal C.M..  2004.  Characterization and modulation of proteins involved in sulfur mustard vesication. Proceedings of the U.S. Army Medical Defense Bioscience Review. 230:1-10.
Clark O.E., Nealley E.W., Finke K.L., Roberts R.E., Smith W.J..  2004.  Chemically induced cell death in human keratinocytes. Proceedings of the 43rd Annual Meeting of the Society of Toxicology. :1887.
Hurst C.G., Smith W.J..  2001.  Chronic effects of acute, low-level exposure to the chemical warfare agent sulfur mustard. Chemical Warfare Agents: Toxicity at Low Levels. Chapter 8:245-260.

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