bioterrorism agent

bioterrorism agent

A pathogen which Project BioShield has relegated to its “A” list of pathogens, which have the greatest potential for use as biological weapons.
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After 10 years of operation, we don't still know if the current BioWatch technology can detect an aerosolized bioterrorism agent in a real-world environment," he added.
To provide LRN sentinel laboratories with a realistic bioterrorism agent challenge exercise.
tularensis is notorious for infecting laboratory workers and is a potential bioterrorism agent.
As of yet no city has developed a workable plan that would get supplies to the public in time to counter the effects of the bioterrorism agent.
11 and the anthrax events, physicians in the groups were very apprehensive about their ability to recognize possible infection with a bioterrorism agent and to treat it.
pseudomallei is a category B potential bioterrorism agent.
Bioterror A vaccine against the bioterrorism agent ricin generated antibodies against the toxin (169: 69).
In addition to being a public health threat, Coxiella burnetii is listed as a Category B bioterrorism agent because of its long-term environmental stability, resistance to heat and drying, extremely low infectious dose, aerosol infectious route, and history of weaponization by various countries, according to CDC.
burnetii microbe is hardy can be aerosolized, and has high infectivity it is a serious threat as a bioterrorism agent, according to the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, which helped support the research project.
The organism has also recently received attention as a possible bioterrorism agent (2).
In its first test in people, a vaccine against the toxin ricin appears safe and generates antibodies that are expected to be protective against the potential bioterrorism agent.
To arrive at an overall strength of recommendation based on a body of evidence, we used these levels of evidence to determine the overall strength of the recommendation that animals could serve in the 3 sentinel capacities of early warning signal, ongoing exposure indicator, and potential propagator and spreader of a bioterrorism agent.