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Main Title Chemical warfare agents : toxicity at low levels /
Other Authors
Author Title of a Work
Somani, Satu M.
Romano, James A.
Publisher CRC Press,
Year Published 2001
OCLC Number 44952005
ISBN 0849308720 (alk. paper)
Subjects Chemical agents (Munitions) ; Chemical Warfare Agents--toxicity
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Library Call Number Additional Info Location Last
EKBM  RA648.C546 2001 Research Triangle Park Library/RTP, NC 06/06/2003
Collation 447 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Notes
Health effects of low-level exposure to nerve agents / James A. Romano Jr. ... {et al.} -- Toxicokinetics of nerve agents / Hendrik P. Benschop, Leo P. A. DeJong -- Low-level nerve agent toxicity under normal and stressful conditions / Satu M. Somani, Kazim Husain -- Blood-brain barrier modulations and low-level exposure to xenobiotics / Hermona Soreq ... {et al.} -- Pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics of carbamates under physical stress / Satu M. Somani, Kazim Husain, Ramesh Jaganathan -- New approaches to medical protection against chemical warfare nerve agents / Bhupendra P. Doctor ... {et al.} -- Nerve agent bioscavengers: protection against high- and low-dose organophosphorus exposure / David E. Lenz ... {et al.} -- Chronic effects of acute, low-level exposure to the chemical warfare agent sulfur mustard / Charles G. Hurst, William J. Smith -- Gulf War syndrome: questions, some answers, and the future of deployment surveillance / Colleen Baird Weese -- Acute and chronic cyanide toxicity / Joseph L. Borowitz, Gary E. Isom, Steven I. Baskin -- Riot-control agents / Harry Salem, Eugene J. Olajos, Sidney A. Katz -- Pharmacological countermeasures for botulinum intoxication / Michael Adler ... {at al.} -- Psychological factors in chemical warfare and terrorism / James A. Romano Jr., James M. King -- Emergency response to a chemical warfare agent incident: domestic preparedness, first response, and public health considerations/ David H. Moore, Steve M. Alexander.