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Meunier J..  1984.  Yperite: "war gas" yesterday...chemical warfare agent today. Hommage au Professeur Rene Truhaut: Jubile Scientifique du Professeur Rene Truhart. :747-751.
Cattelain E..  1938.  Yperite or mustard gas: its history, the secret of its power, its future.. Revue Generale des Sciences Pures et Appliques et Bulletin de l'Association Francais pour l'Avancement des Sciences. 49:205-211.
Srytr F..  1930.  Yperite ocular injuries. Oftal Sborn. 5:215-222.
Leclerc J., Boez L..  1919.  Yperite intoxication: early diagnosis and prognosis. Annales d'Hygiene Publique et de Medecine Legale. 32:193-206.
Rothlin E..  1942.  On yperite experiences in man and animal. Schweizerische Medizinische Wochenschrift. 72:385-388.
Genet L..  1922.  Yperite: delayed ocular sequelae. Lyon Medical. 131:786-788.
Drasch G., Kauert G., Kretschmer E., Meyer L..  1986.  Yperite concentrations in the tissues of a victim of a vesicant exposure. Pentagon Reports. :6.
Cemach S., Halpern-Wieliczanski H..  1938.  Yperite cauterization. Zentralbl. f. Haut- u. Geschlechtskrankh. 59:294.
Cemach S., Halpern-Wieliczanski H..  1937.  Yperite cauterization. Lek, wojsk. 29:34-43.
Delarue J., Mignot J., Simard C..  1960.  [Yperite burns of the jugal pouch of the golden hamster. Study of the vascular changes.]. C R Seances Soc Biol Fil. 154:526-528.
Filipek B., Gawlikowski J., Olszanski R., Otto B., Sarnecka E..  1997.  Yperite burns in Polish fisherman. Bull.Inst.Marit.Trop.Med.Gdynia. 48(1-4):83-88.
.  1919.  Yperite and gaz toxiques. Moniteur Scientifique. 86:147-153.
Van Melckebeke F..  1932.  Yperite. Journal de Pharmacie de Belgique. 14:93-99.
Schneider W..  1940.  Yellow cross induced injury to the skin. Archiv fur Gewerbepathologie und Gewerbehygiene. 10:370-377.

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