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    1. Dan Jones
      Structures of bio-terrorism preparedness in the UK and the US: responses to 9/11 and the anthrax attacks

      British journal of politics & international relations (Print)
    2. Schiavo, G; van der Goot, FG
      The bacterial toxin toolkit

      NATURE REVIEWS MOLECULAR CELL BIOLOGY
    3. Khanna, H; Gupta, PK; Singh, A; Chandra, R; Singh, Y
      Participation of residue F-552 in domain III of the protective antigen in the biological activity of anthrax lethal toxin

      BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    4. Soysal, HG; Kiratli, H; Recep, OF
      Anthrax as the cause of preseptal cellulitis and cicatricial ectropion

      ACTA OPHTHALMOLOGICA SCANDINAVICA
    5. Baillie, L
      The development of new vaccines against Bacillus anthracis

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY
    6. Supuran, CT; Scozzafava, A; Mastrolorenzo, A
      Bacterial proteases: current therapeutic use and future prospects for the development of new antibiotics

      EXPERT OPINION ON THERAPEUTIC PATENTS
    7. Celebi, S; Aykan, U; Alagoz, G; Esmerligil, S
      Palbebral anthrax

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF OPHTHALMOLOGY
    8. Terriff, CM; Tee, AM
      Citywide pharmaceutical preparation for bioterrorism

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF HEALTH-SYSTEM PHARMACY
    9. Lane, HC; La Montagne, J; Fauci, AS
      Bioterrorism: A clear and present danger

      NATURE MEDICINE
    10. Weber, DJ; Rutala, WA
      Risks and prevention of nosocomial transmission of rare zoonotic diseases

      CLINICAL INFECTIOUS DISEASES
    11. Dhawan, B; Desikan-Trivedi, P; Chaudhry, R; Narang, P
      Bioterrorism: A threat for which we are ill prepared

      NATIONAL MEDICAL JOURNAL OF INDIA
    12. Raber, E; Jin, A; Noonan, K; McGuire, R; Kirvel, RD
      Decontamination issues for chemical and biological warfare agents: how clean is clean enough?

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH RESEARCH
    13. Klietmann, WF; Ruoff, KL
      Bioterrorism: Implications for the clinical microbiologist

      CLINICAL MICROBIOLOGY REVIEWS
    14. Grinberg, LM; Abramova, FA; Yampolskaya, OV; Walker, DH; Smith, JH
      Quantitative pathology of inhalational anthrax I: Quantitative microscopicfindings

      MODERN PATHOLOGY
    15. Noeller, TP
      Biological and chemical terrorism: Recognition and management

      CLEVELAND CLINIC JOURNAL OF MEDICINE
    16. Watters, JW; Dietrich, WF
      Genetic, physical, and transcript map of the Ltxs1 region of mouse chromosome 11

      GENOMICS
    17. Modlin, JF; Snider, DE; Brooks, DA; Clover, RD; Guerra, FA; Helms, CM; Johnson, DR; Le, CT; Offit, PA; Rennels, MB; Tompkins, LS; Word, BM; Bradshaw, D; Cheek, JE; Evans, GS; Graydon, TR; Myers, MG; Heilman, C; Midthun, K; Myers, MG; Nichol, KL; Mahoney, M; Pickering, L; Abramson, J; France, EK; Gall, SA; Gardner, P; Schaffner, W; Wilson, HD; McKinney, WP; Marchessault, V; Siegel, JD; Katz, SL; Santos, JI; Jackson, RE; Peter, G; Howe, BJ; Ashford, DA; Perkins, B; Rotz, LD
      Use of anthrax vaccine in the United States: Recommendations of the advisory committee on immunization practices (Reprinted from Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, vol 49, pg 1-20, 2000)

      JOURNAL OF TOXICOLOGY-CLINICAL TOXICOLOGY
    18. Vaissaire, J; Mock, M; Le Doujet, C; Levy, M
      Anthrax. Epidemiologic study of the disease in France.

      MEDECINE ET MALADIES INFECTIEUSES
    19. Zhang, Y; Kida, Y; Kuwano, K; Misumi, Y; Ikehara, Y; Arai, S
      Role of furin in delivery of a CTL epitope of an anthrax toxin-fusion protein

      MICROBIOLOGY AND IMMUNOLOGY
    20. Khanna, H; Chopra, AP; Arora, N; Chaudhry, A; Singh, Y
      Role of residues constituting the 2 beta 1 strand of domain II in the biological activity of anthrax protective antigen

      FEMS MICROBIOLOGY LETTERS
    21. Martin, GJ; Marty, AM
      Clinicopathologic aspects of bacterial agents

      CLINICS IN LABORATORY MEDICINE
    22. Pitt, MLM; Little, SF; Ivins, BE; Fellows, P; Barth, J; Hewetson, J; Gibbs, P; Dertzbaugh, M; Friedlander, AM
      In vitro correlate of immunity in a rabbit model of inhalational anthrax

      VACCINE
    23. Fasanella, A; Losito, S; Trotta, T; Adone, R; Massa, S; Ciuchini, F; Chiocco, D
      Detection of anthrax vaccine virulence factors by polymerase chain reaction

      VACCINE
    24. Fellows, PF; Linscott, MK; Ivins, BE; Pitt, MLM; Rossi, CA; Gibbs, PH; Friedlander, AM
      Efficacy of a human anthrax vaccine in guinea pigs, rabbits, and rhesus macaques against challenge by Bacillus anthracis isolates of diverse geographical origin

      VACCINE
    25. Arndt, E; Costa, C
      Parasitism of neotropical tiger beetles (Coleoptera : Carabidae : Cicindelinae) by Anthrax (Diptera : Bombyliidae)

      STUDIES ON NEOTROPICAL FAUNA AND ENVIRONMENT
    26. Spencer, RC; Lightfoot, NF
      Preparedness and response to bioterrorism

      JOURNAL OF INFECTION
    27. Lane, HC; Fauci, AS
      Bioterrorism on the home front - A new challenge for American medicine

      JAMA-JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION
    28. Polgreen, PM; Helms, C
      Vaccines, biological warfare, and bioterrorism

      PRIMARY CARE
    29. Wetter, DC; Daniell, WE; Treser, CD
      Hospital preparedness for victims of chemical or biological terrorism

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH
    30. Swartz, MN
      Current concepts - Recognition and management of anthrax - An update

      NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL OF MEDICINE
    31. Khajehdehi, P
      Toxemic shock, hematuria, hypokalemia, and hypoproteinemia in a case of cutaneous anthrax

      MOUNT SINAI JOURNAL OF MEDICINE
    32. Liu, XH; Collier, RJ; Youle, RJ
      Inhibition of axotomy-induced neuronal apoptosis by extracellular deliveryof a Bcl-XL fusion protein

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    33. Bardwell, AJ; Flatauer, LJ; Matsukuma, K; Thorner, J; Bardwell, L
      A conserved docking site in MEKs mediates high-affinity binding to MAP kinases and cooperates with a scaffold protein to enhance signal transmission

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    34. Reuveny, S; White, MD; Adar, YY; Kafri, Y; Altboum, Z; Gozes, Y; Kobiler, D; Shafferman, A; Velan, B
      Search for correlates of protective immunity conferred by anthrax vaccine

      INFECTION AND IMMUNITY
    35. Blocker, D; Behlke, J; Aktories, K; Barth, H
      Cellular uptake of the Clostridium perfringens binary iota-toxin

      INFECTION AND IMMUNITY
    36. Marvaud, JC; Smith, T; Hale, ML; Popoff, MR; Smith, LA; Stiles, BG
      Clostridium perfringens iota-toxin: Mapping of receptor binding and ia docking domains on Ib

      INFECTION AND IMMUNITY
    37. Hung, CF; Cheng, WF; Hsu, KF; Chai, CY; He, LM; Ling, M; Wu, TC
      Cancer immunotherapy using a DNA vaccine encoding the translocation domainof a bacterial toxin linked to a tumor antigen

      CANCER RESEARCH
    38. Morse, SA
      Bioterrorism: Laboratory security

      LABORATORY MEDICINE
    39. Musa, H; Gough, JD; Lees, WJ; Veenstra, RD
      Ionic blockade of the rat connexin40 gap junction channel by large tetraalkylammonium ions

      BIOPHYSICAL JOURNAL
    40. Heuck, AP; Tweten, RK; Johnson, AE
      beta-Barrel pore-forming toxins: Intriguing dimorphic proteins

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    41. Ahuja, N; Kumar, P; Bhatnagar, R
      Hydrophobic residues Phe552, Phe554, Ile562, Leu566, and Ile574 are required for oligomerization of anthrax protective antigen

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    42. Ahuja, N; Kumar, P; Bhatnagar, R
      Rapid purification of recombinant anthrax-protective antigen under nondenaturing conditions

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    43. Gupta, P; Singh, S; Tiwari, A; Bhat, R; Bhatnagar, R
      Effect of pH on stability of anthrax lethal factor: Correlation between denaturation and activity

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    44. Dragon, DC; Elkin, BT
      An overview of early anthrax outbreaks in northern Canada: Field reports of the Health of Animals Branch, agriculture Canada, 1962-71

      ARCTIC
    45. Pellizzari, R; Guidi-Rontani, C; Vitale, G; Mock, M; Montecucco, C
      Lethal factor of Bacillus anthracis cleaves the N-terminus of MAPKKs: analysis of the intracellular consequences in macrophages

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MEDICAL MICROBIOLOGY
    46. Falnes, PO
      Design of toxins that can be activated by cell-specific proteases and their potential use in targeted cell killing

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MEDICAL MICROBIOLOGY
    47. Miyoshi, S; Shinoda, S
      Microbial metalloproteases and pathogenesis

      MICROBES AND INFECTION
    48. Nicas, M; Neuhaus, J; Spear, RC
      Risk-based selection of respirators against infectious aerosols: Application to anthrax spores

      JOURNAL OF OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINE
    49. Cieslak, TJ; Christopher, GW; Kortepeter, MG; Rowe, JR; Pavlin, JA; Culpepper, RC; Eitzen, EM
      Immunization against potential biological warfare agents

      CLINICAL INFECTIOUS DISEASES
    50. Falnes, PO; Sandvig, K
      Penetration of protein toxins into cells

      CURRENT OPINION IN CELL BIOLOGY
    51. Leggiadro, RJ
      The threat of biological terrorism: A public health and infection control reality

      INFECTION CONTROL AND HOSPITAL EPIDEMIOLOGY
    52. Shin, S; Hur, GH; Kim, YB; Yeon, GB; Park, KJ; Park, YM; Lee, WS
      Dehydroepiandrosterone and melatonin prevent Bacillus anthracis lethal toxin-induced TNF production in macrophages

      CELL BIOLOGY AND TOXICOLOGY
    53. Shin, S; Hur, GH; Kim, YB; Park, KJ; Park, YM; Lee, WS
      Intracellular calcium antagonist protects cultured peritoneal macrophages against anthrax lethal toxin-induced cytotoxicity

      CELL BIOLOGY AND TOXICOLOGY
    54. Swanson, ER; Fosnocht, DE
      Anthrax threats: A report of two incidents from Salt Lake City

      JOURNAL OF EMERGENCY MEDICINE
    55. Pittman, PR; Mangiafico, JA; Rossi, CA; Cannon, TL; Gibbs, PH; Parker, GW; Friedlander, AM
      Anthrax vaccine: increasing intervals between the first two doses enhancesantibody response in humans

      VACCINE
    56. Blancou, J; Meslin, FX
      A brief historical overview of zoonoses

      REVUE SCIENTIFIQUE ET TECHNIQUE DE L OFFICE INTERNATIONAL DES EPIZOOTIES
    57. Khan, AS; Morse, S; Lillibridge, S
      Public-health preparedness for biological terrorism in the USA

      LANCET
    58. Furmanski, M
      Biological warfare in the 1940s and 1950s

      JAMA-JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION
    59. Wilde, H
      Biological warfare in the 1940s and 1950s - Reply

      JAMA-JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION
    60. Mazzuchi, JF; Claypool, RG; Hyams, KC; Trump, D; Riddle, J; Patterson, RE; Bailey, S
      Protecting the health of US military forces: A national obligation

      AVIATION SPACE AND ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINE
    61. Kiel, JL; Parker, JE; Morales, PJ; Alls, JL; Mason, PA; Seaman, RL; Mathur, SP; Holwitt, EA
      Pulsed microwave induced bioeffects

      IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON PLASMA SCIENCE
    62. Daboue, A; Traore, W; Nacro, B; Sawadogo, A
      Suspected anthrax of the eyelid in children. (On three cases).

      BULLETIN DE LA SOCIETE DE PATHOLOGIE EXOTIQUE
    63. Zdanovsky, AG; Zdanovskaya, MV; Yankovsky, NK
      Bacterial toxins and their application

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    64. Huang, CJ; Favre, I; Moczydlowski, E
      Permeation of large tetra-alkylammonium cations through mutant and wild-type voltage-gated sodium channels as revealed by relief of block at high voltage

      JOURNAL OF GENERAL PHYSIOLOGY
    65. Colanzi, A; Deerinck, TJ; Ellisman, MH; Malhotra, V
      A specific activation of the mitogen-activated protein kinase kinase 1 (MEK1) is required for Golgi fragmentation during mitosis

      JOURNAL OF CELL BIOLOGY
    66. Barth, H; Blocker, D; Behlke, J; Bergsma-Schutter, W; Brisson, A; Benz, R; Aktories, K
      Cellular uptake of Clostridium botulinum C2 toxin requires oligomerizationand acidification

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    67. Blocker, D; Barth, H; Maier, E; Benz, R; Barbieri, JT; Aktories, K
      The C terminus of component C2II of Clostridium botulinum C2 toxin is essential for receptor binding

      INFECTION AND IMMUNITY
    68. Stiles, BG; Hale, ML; Marvaud, JC; Popoff, MR
      Clostridium perfringens iota toxin: Binding studies and characterization of cell surface receptor by fluorescence-activated cytometry

      INFECTION AND IMMUNITY
    69. Prive, C; Descoteaux, A
      Leishmania donovani promastigotes evade the activation of mitogen-activated protein kinases p38, c-Jun N-terminal kinase, and extracellular signal-regulated kinase-1/2 during infection of naive macrophages

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY
    70. Franz, DR; Zajtchuk
      Biological terrorism: Understanding the threat, preparation, and medical response

      DM DISEASE-A-MONTH
    71. Rossetto, O; de Bernard, M; Pellizzari, R; Vitale, G; Caccin, P; Schiavo, G; Montecucco, C
      Bacterial toxins with intracellular protease activity

      CLINICA CHIMICA ACTA
    72. Opare, C; Nsiire, A; Awumbilla, B; Akanmori, BD
      Human behavioural factors implicated in outbreaks of human anthrax in the Tamale municipality of northern Ghana

      ACTA TROPICA
    73. Duesbery, NS; Vande Woude, GF
      Anthrax toxins

      CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR LIFE SCIENCES
    74. Little, SF; Ivins, BE
      Molecular pathogenesis of Bacillus anthracis infection

      MICROBES AND INFECTION
    75. Frank, KJ
      Monitoring temperature-sensitive vaccines and immunologic drugs, includinganthrax vaccine

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF HEALTH-SYSTEM PHARMACY
    76. Bruno, JG; Kiel, JL
      In vitro selection of DNA aptamers to anthrax spores with electrochemiluminescence detection

      BIOSENSORS & BIOELECTRONICS
    77. Guidi-Rontani, C; Weber-Levy, M; Labruyere, E; Mock, M
      Germination of Bacillus anthracis spores within alveolar macrophages

      MOLECULAR MICROBIOLOGY
    78. Bhatnagar, R; Ahuja, N; Goila, R; Batra, S; Waheed, SM; Gupta, P
      Activation of phospholipase C and protein kinase C is required for expression of anthrax lethal toxin cytotoxicity in J774A.1 cells

      CELLULAR SIGNALLING
    79. Shin, S; Kim, YB; Hur, GH
      Involvement of phospholipase A(2) activation in anthrax lethal toxin-induced cytotoxicity

      CELL BIOLOGY AND TOXICOLOGY
    80. Lebeda, FJ; Singh, BR
      Membrane channel activity and translocation of tetanus and botulinum neurotoxins

      JOURNAL OF TOXICOLOGY-TOXIN REVIEWS
    81. Falnes, PO; Welker, R; Krausslich, HG; Olsnes, S
      Toxins that are activated by HIV type-1 protease through removal of a signal for degradation by the N-end-rule pathway

      BIOCHEMICAL JOURNAL
    82. Gu, ML; Leppla, SH; Klinman, DM
      Protection against anthrax toxin by vaccination with a DNA plasmid encoding anthrax protective antigen

      VACCINE
    83. Inglesby, TV; Henderson, DA; Bartlett, JG; Ascher, MS; Eitzen, E; Friedlander, AM; Hauer, J; McDade, J; Osterholm, MT; O'Toole, T; Parker, G; Perl, TM; Russell, PK; Tonat, K
      Anthrax as a biological weapon - Medical and public health management

      JAMA-JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION
    84. Dixon, TC; Meselson, M; Guillemin, J; Hanna, PC
      Anthrax

      NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL OF MEDICINE
    85. Hail, AS; Rossi, CA; Ludwig, GV; Ivins, BE; Tammariello, RF; Henchal, EA
      Comparison of noninvasive sampling sites for early detection of Bacillus anthracis spores from rhesus monkeys after aerosol exposure

      MILITARY MEDICINE
    86. Hamouda, T; Hayes, MM; Cao, ZY; Tonda, R; Johnson, K; Wright, DC; Brisker, J; Baker, JR
      A novel surfactant nanoemulsion with broad-spectrum sporicidal activity against Bacillus species

      JOURNAL OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES
    87. Pellizzari, R; Guidi-Rontani, C; Vitale, G; Mock, M; Montecucco, C
      Anthrax lethal factor cleaves MKK3 in macrophages and inhibits the LPS/IFNgamma-induced release of NO and TNF alpha

      FEBS LETTERS
    88. Shafazand, S; Doyle, R; Ruoss, S; Weinacker, A; Raffin, TA
      Inhalational anthrax - Epidemiology, diagnosis, and management

      CHEST
    89. McGovern, TW; Christopher, GW; Eitzen, EM
      Cutaneous manifestations of biological warfare and related threat agents

      ARCHIVES OF DERMATOLOGY
    90. ATLAS RM
      THE MEDICAL THREAT OF BIOLOGICAL WEAPONS

      Critical reviews in microbiology
    91. DEMICHELI V; RIVETTI D; DEEKS JJ; JEFFERSON T; PRATT M
      THE EFFECTIVENESS AND SAFETY OF VACCINES AGAINST HUMAN ANTHRAX - A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW

      Vaccine
    92. MCBRIDE B; MOGG A; TELFER JL; LEVER MS; MILLER J; TURNBULL PCB; BAILLIE L
      PROTECTIVE EFFICACY OF A RECOMBINANT PROTECTIVE ANTIGEN AGAINST BACILLUS-ANTHRACIS CHALLENGE AND ASSESSMENT OF IMMUNOLOGICAL MARKERS

      Vaccine
    93. IVINS BE; PITT MLM; FELLOWS PF; FARCHAUS JW; BENNER GE; WAAG DM; LITTLE SF; ANDERSON GW; GIBBS PH; FRIEDLANDER AM
      COMPARATIVE EFFICACY OF EXPERIMENTAL ANTHRAX VACCINE CANDIDATES AGAINST INHALATION ANTHRAX IN RHESUS MACAQUES

      Vaccine
    94. MARGULIS L; JORGENSEN JZ; DOLAN S; KOLCHINSKY R; RAINEY FA; LO SC
      THE ARTHROMITUS STAGE OF BACILLUS-CEREUS - INTESTINAL SYMBIONTS OF ANIMALS

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    95. YAHR TL; VALLIS AJ; HANCOCK MK; BARBIERI JT; FRANK DW
      EXOY, AN ADENYLATE-CYCLASE SECRETED BY THE PSEUDOMONAS-AERUGINOSA TYPE-III SYSTEM

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    96. HAMMOND SE; HANNA PC
      LETHAL FACTOR ACTIVE-SITE MUTATIONS AFFECT CATALYTIC ACTIVITY IN-VITRO

      Infection and immunity
    97. WANG XM; WATTIEZ R; BROSSIER F; MOCK M; FALMAGNE P; RUYSSCHAERT JM; CABIAUX V
      USE OF A PHOTOACTIVATABLE LIPID TO PROBE THE TOPOLOGY OF PA63 OF BACILLUS-ANTHRACIS IN LIPID-MEMBRANES

      European journal of biochemistry
    98. PILE JC; MALONE JD; EITZEN EM; FRIEDLANDER AM
      ANTHRAX AS A POTENTIAL BIOLOGICAL WARFARE AGENT

      Archives of internal medicine
    99. SHLYAKHOV E; BLANCOU J; SEGEV S; RUBINSTEIN E
      100-YEAR RESEARCH ON IMMUNE-RESPONSE TO B ACILLUS-ANTHRACIS

      Annales de medecine veterinaire
    100. CELEBI S; CELEBI H; CELIKER UO; KANDEMIR B; ALAGOZ G; ESMERLIGIL S
      ANTHRAX AS THE CAUSE OF PRESEPTAL CELLULITIS

      Acta ophthalmologica Scandinavica


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