These are exposure studies associated with the chemical and all of its children.
|Reference||Associated Study Title||Author's Summary||Study Factors||Stressor||Receptors||Country||Medium||Exposure Marker||Measurements||Outcome|
|1.||Keegan T, et al. (2007).||Our results here show that experimental records at Porton Down offer a unique and valuable resource for reconstructing the chemical exposures used in this research programme.||dibenz(b,f)(1,4)oxazepine | Mustard Gas | Sarin||Veterans||United Kingdom||dibenz(b,f)(1,4)oxazepine | Mustard Gas | Sarin||Details|
|2.||Namazi S, et al. (2009).||We conclude that the most common late complications of sulphur mustard poisoning affect the respiratory tract, skin, and eyes, and that respiratory complications generally increase over time; follow-up of exposed veterans is recommended to help in early diagnosis of complications and prevent the late manifestations of this toxicity.||Mustard Gas||Veterans||Iran, Islamic Republic of||Details||Cough | Dyspnea | Eye Manifestations | Photophobia | Pruritus|
|3.||Khateri S, et al. (2018).||Delayed effects of sulfur mustard (SM) exposure on the levels of five important damage/repair proteins were investigated in 40 SM-exposed veterans of Iran-Iraq war and 35 unexposed controls.||Mustard Gas||Study subjects | Veterans||Iran, Islamic Republic of||Details||Eye Diseases | Respiratory Tract Diseases | Skin Diseases | regulation of gene expression|