1. U.S. Senate. 1995. Is Military Research Hazardous to Veterans' Health? Lessons from World War II, The Persian Gulf, and Today. Transcript of Hearing before the Committee on Veterans' Affairs, May 6 1994. (Hearing Report)

2. Moss, J.I. 1996. Synergism of Toxicity of N,N-Diethyl-m-toluamide to German Cockroaches (Othoptera: Blattellidae) by Hydrolytic Enzyme Inhibitors. J. Econ. Entomol. 89(5): 1151-1155.

3. Chaney, L., Moss, J., Mozingo, J., & A. Hume. 1997. Toxic interactions between pyridostigmine (PB), N,N-Diethyl-m-toluamide (DEET), adrenergic agents and caffeine. Toxicologist 36(1), P2, p21, #106.

4. Chaney, L.A., Mozingo, J.R., Hume, A.S. & J.I. Moss. 1997. Potentiation of Pyridostigmine Bromide Toxicity in Mice by Selected Adrenergic Agents and Caffeine. Vet. Human Toxicol. 39 (9): 214-219.

5. Moss, J.I. 1998 (September). Possible Potentiation of Pyridostigmine Bromide (PB) by Pesticides (p. 181-193).
In: Report of the Special Investigation Unit on Gulf War Illnesses, Committee on Veterans' Affairs, United States Senate. S. Prt. 105-39.

6. Moss J.I.  2001.
Many Gulf War illnesses may be autoimmune disorders caused by the chemical and biological stressors pyridostigmine bromide, and adrenaline . Medical Hypotheses .  56 (2) (February): 155-157.        ISSN: 0306-9877

7. Moss J.I. Gulf War illnesses are autoimmune illnesses caused by reactive oxygen species which were caused by nerve agent prophylaxis. Medical Hypotheses. 2012, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.mehy.2012.04.043 .

8. Moss, J.I. Gulf War illnesses are autoimmune illnesses caused by increased activity of the p38/MAPK pathway in CD4+ immune system cells, which was caused by nerve agent prophylaxis and adrenergic load. Medical Hypotheses 81 (2013): 1002-1003, YMEHY7340, DOI: 10.1016/j.mehy.2013.09.014 .

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