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Excision repair of nitrogen mustard-DNA adducts in Saccharomyces cerevisiae

Quantitation of Biomarkers of Exposure to Nitrogen Mustards in Urine from Rats Dosed with Nitrogen Mustards and from an Unexposed Human Population*

Determination of Nitrogen Mustard Hydrolysis Products in Rat Urine Samples Using GC-MS

Efficient Protection of Human Bronchial Epithelial Cells against Sulfur and Nitrogen Mustard Cytotoxicity Using Drug Combinations

Excision of DNA adducts of nitrogen mustards by bacterial and mammalian 3-methyladenine-DNA glycosylases

Specificity and Kinetics of Interstrand and Intrastrand Bifunctional Alkylation by Nitrogen Mustards at a G-G-C Sequence

Protein—DNA interactions in the human β-globin locus control region hypersensitive site-2 as revealed by four nitrogen mustards

Gene and human tumour cell line specific differences in nitrogen mustard induced DNA alkylation and interstrand crosslinking frequencies

Protection from Cytotoxic Effects Induced by the Nitrogen Mustard Mechlorethamine on Human Bronchial Epithelial Cells in Vitro

Nrf2 Regulates the Sensitivity of Mouse Keratinocytes to Nitrogen Mustard via Multidrug Resistance-Associated Protein 1 (Mrp1)

The in vivo genetic activity profile of the monofunctional nitrogen mustard 2-chloroethylamine differs drastically from its bifunctional counterpart mechlorethamine

Quantitative Determination of the Hydrolysis Products of Nitrogen Mustards in Human Urine by Liquid Chromatography-Electrospray Ionization Tandem Mass Spectrometry*

Exogenously-sourced ethylene increases stomatal conductance, photosynthesis, and growth under optimal and deficient nitrogen fertilization in mustard

 

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A group of nitrogen compounds similar to sulphur mustard. They were used as chemotherapy agents in cancer treatment. Like sulphur mustard, they are powerful blistering agents. Large quantities were made during World War II, although none were used in combat.

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