Multiphoton microscopy: an optical approach to understanding and resolving sulfur mustard lesions.

Abstract

Sulfur mustard (SM; 2,2(')-dichloroethyl sulfide) is a percutaneous alkylating agent first used as a chemical weapon at Ypres, Belgium, in World War I. Despite its well-documented history, the primary lesions effecting dermal-epidermal separation and latent onset of incapacitating blisters remain poorly understood. By immunofluorescent imaging of human… (More)

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@article{Werrlein2003MultiphotonMA, title={Multiphoton microscopy: an optical approach to understanding and resolving sulfur mustard lesions.}, author={Robert J Werrlein and Janna S Madren-Whalley}, journal={Journal of biomedical optics}, year={2003}, volume={8 3}, pages={396-409} }