In America, animal tests conducted with a mixture of a nerve gas antidote and insect repellent indicated nerve damage.
atropine injectors used by panicky Iranian troops as an antidote against Iraqi nerve gas attacks.
Potential news reports of soldiers writhing in agony from a cloud of sarin nerve gas had spooked the president and his commanders.
sarin nerve gas at numerous points on the Tokyo subway, affecting a distance of more than eight miles.
The British military had been testing the nerve gas sarin on thousands of young servicemen.
The sect released sarin nerve gas at numerous points on the Tokyo subway, affecting a distance of more than eight miles.
Each of these substances is considered to be a nerve gas and can be deadly.
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