Clinical effects of low-level exposures to chemical warfare agents in mice and chickens.

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Concerns that chemical warfare (CW) agents themselves or in combination with other chemicals may cause long-term damage to nerve and muscle are reviewed and discussed. Experiments on mice and hens underway with agent GA and pyridostigmine bromide (PB) and their effects (either separately or together) are presented.

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@article{Wilson1998ClinicalEO, title={Clinical effects of low-level exposures to chemical warfare agents in mice and chickens.}, author={Barry W. Wilson and John D. Henderson and Peter Spencer}, journal={Drug and chemical toxicology}, year={1998}, volume={21 Suppl 1}, pages={183-90} }