Microarray gene expression analysis of the human airway in patients exposed to sulfur mustard.

Abstract

There is much data about the acute effects of sulfur mustard gas on humans, animals and cells. But less is known regarding the molecular basics of chronic complications in humans. Basically, mustard gas, as an alkylating agent, causes several chronic problems in the eyes, skin and more importantly in the pulmonary system which is the main cause of death… (More)
DOI: 10.3109/10799893.2014.896379

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