part of once-promising, now much-criticized, biowarfare
detection system, San Antonio Express-News
Committee on Advances in Technology and the Prevention of Their Application to Next Generation Biowarfare
It is a candidate for future acquisition into the Strategic National Stockpile, the United States government's repository of critical medical supplies for biowarfare
preparedness and has been developed under Fast-Track status and Orphan Drug Designation by the FDA.
Understanding sensitivity or resistance to rabies is important, she said, not only because the disease still causes 55,000 deaths a year globally, but it could also potentially be weaponized and used as a biowarfare
2: Bioweapons sometimes are called biowarfare
which means that intentionaluse of microorganisms or toxins derived from living organisms of as an act of war or political violence with intent to cause death or disease in human animal or in plants (1) 3: Biological warfare (BW) " also called germ warfare.
* Runaway bio-defense research without an assessment of biowarfare
threat and the need for this research;
Botulinum toxin in biowarfare
. JAMA 2001;285(21):2716.
Anthrax has been used as a biowarfare
select agent, and there is concern regarding potential future use.
Endemic to parts of South East Asia and Northern Australia, it is considered a major tropical pathogen and Category B biowarfare
When an FBI official shared a copy of the accusatory letter with a noted language-forensics expert and allowed him to compare the text with the writings of 40 biowarfare
lab employees, he found a perfect match with one of those individuals.
The unleashing of biowarfare
agents against Israel and the United States could bring both countries to their knees.
Pradeep, "Functional hybrid nickel nanostructures as recyclable SERS substrates: detection of explosives and biowarfare
agents," Nanoscale, vol.