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Academic Article Treatment with the catalytic metalloporphyrin AEOL 10150 reduces inflammation and oxidative stress due to inhalation of the sulfur mustard analog 2-chloroethyl ethyl sulfide.
Academic Article Airway obstruction due to bronchial vascular injury after sulfur mustard analog inhalation.
Academic Article Airway tissue factor-dependent coagulation activity in response to sulfur mustard analog 2-chloroethyl ethyl sulfide.
Concept Inhalation Exposure
Academic Article In vitro cell culture model for toxic inhaled chemical testing.
Academic Article Antifibrinolytic mechanisms in acute airway injury after sulfur mustard analog inhalation.
Academic Article Airway tissue plasminogen activator prevents acute mortality due to lethal sulfur mustard inhalation.
Academic Article Sarcoendoplasmic reticulum Ca(2+) ATPase. A critical target in chlorine inhalation-induced cardiotoxicity.
Academic Article Sulfur mustard inhalation: mechanisms of injury, alteration of coagulation, and fibrinolytic therapy.
Academic Article From the Cover: Catalytic Antioxidant Rescue of Inhaled Sulfur Mustard Toxicity.
Academic Article From the Cover: ImpairedProliferation and Differentiation of the Conducting Airway Epithelium Associated With Bronchiolitis Obliterans After Sulfur Mustard Inhalation Injury in Rats.
Academic Article Editor's Highlight: Pulmonary Vascular Thrombosis in Rats Exposed to Inhaled Sulfur Mustard.
Academic Article Determination of methyl isopropyl hydantoin from rat erythrocytes by gas-chromatography mass-spectrometry to determine methyl isocyanate dose following inhalation exposure.
Academic Article Methyl isocyanate inhalation induces tissue factor-dependent activation of coagulation in rats.

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