Transcriptional changes in porcine skin at 7 days following sulfur mustard and thermal burn injury.

@article{Price2009TranscriptionalCI,
  title={Transcriptional changes in porcine skin at 7 days following sulfur mustard and thermal burn injury.},
  author={Jennifer A Price and James V. Rogers and James N McDougal and Morgan Q. Shaw and Frances M Reid and John S. Graham},
  journal={Cutaneous and ocular toxicology},
  year={2009},
  volume={28 3},
  pages={129-40}
}
Severe cutaneous injuries continue to result from exposure to sulfur mustard [bis(2-chloroethyl)sulfide; HD] and thermal burns. Microarray analysis was utilized in this study to evaluate transcriptional changes in porcine skin assessing the underlying repair mechanisms of HD and thermal injury involved in wound healing. Four ventral abdominal sites on each of 4 weanling swine were exposed to 400 microL undiluted HD or a heated brass rod (70 degrees C) for 8 minutes and 45-60 seconds… CONTINUE READING

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