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    1. Griest, WH; Wise, MB; Hart, KJ; Lammert, SA; Thompson, CV; Vass, AA
      Biological agent detection and identification by the block II chemical biological mass spectrometer

      FIELD ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY AND TECHNOLOGY
    2. Terriff, CM; Tee, AM
      Citywide pharmaceutical preparation for bioterrorism

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF HEALTH-SYSTEM PHARMACY
    3. Smith, DR; Rossi, CA; Kijek, TM; Henchal, EA; Ludwig, GV
      Comparison of dissociation-enhanced lanthanide fluorescent immunoassays toenzyme-linked immunosorbent assays for detection of staphylococcal enterotoxin B, Yersinia pestis-specific F1 antigen, and Venezuelan equine encephalitis virus

      CLINICAL AND DIAGNOSTIC LABORATORY IMMUNOLOGY
    4. 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
    5. Tripathi, A; Maswadeh, WM; Snyder, AP
      Optimization of quartz tube pyrolysis atmospheric pressure ionization massspectrometry for the generation of bacterial biomarkers

      RAPID COMMUNICATIONS IN MASS SPECTROMETRY
    6. Klietmann, WF; Ruoff, KL
      Bioterrorism: Implications for the clinical microbiologist

      CLINICAL MICROBIOLOGY REVIEWS
    7. DeShazer, D; Waag, DM; Fritz, DL; Woods, DE
      Identification of a Burkholderia mallei polysaccharide gene duster by subtractive hybridization and demonstration that the encoded capsule is an essential virulence determinant

      MICROBIAL PATHOGENESIS
    8. 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
    9. Martin, GJ; Marty, AM
      Clinicopathologic aspects of bacterial agents

      CLINICS IN LABORATORY MEDICINE
    10. Kagan, E
      Bioregulators as instruments of terror

      CLINICS IN LABORATORY MEDICINE
    11. Spencer, RC; Lightfoot, NF
      Preparedness and response to bioterrorism

      JOURNAL OF INFECTION
    12. Mayer, TA; Bersoff-Matcha, S; Murphy, C; Earls, J; Harper, S; Pauze, D; Nguyen, M; Rosenthal, J; Cerva, D; Druckenbrod, G; Hanfling, D; Fatteh, N; Napoli, A; Nayyar, A; Berman, EL
      Clinical presentation of inhalational anthrax following bioterrorism exposure - Report of 2 surviving patients

      JAMA-JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION
    13. Fee, E; Brown, TM
      Preemptive biopreparedness: Can we learn anything from history?

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH
    14. Caya, JG
      Clostridium botulinum and the ophthalmologist: A review of botulism, including biological warfare ramifications of botulinum toxin

      SURVEY OF OPHTHALMOLOGY
    15. Kortepeter, MG; Cieslak, TJ; Eitzen, EM
      Bioterrorism

      JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH
    16. Iqbal, SS; Mayo, MW; Bruno, JG; Bronk, BV; Batt, CA; Chambers, JP
      A review of molecular recognition technologies for detection of biologicalthreat agents

      BIOSENSORS & BIOELECTRONICS
    17. Uithoven, KA; Schmidt, JC; Ballman, ME
      Rapid identification of biological warfare agents using an instrument employing a light addressable potentiometric sensor and a flow-through immunofiltration-enzyme assay system

      BIOSENSORS & BIOELECTRONICS
    18. O'Brien, T; Johnson, LH; Aldrich, JL; Allen, SG; Liang, LT; Plummer, AL; Krak, SJ; Boiarski, AA
      The development of immunoassays to four biological threat agents in a bidiffractive grating biosensor

      BIOSENSORS & BIOELECTRONICS
    19. Turnbull, PCB
      Current status of immunization against anthrax: old vaccines may be here to stay for a while

      CURRENT OPINION IN INFECTIOUS DISEASES
    20. Kohri, K
      Developing battlefield-supportable systems through interactive seminars: Abiological defense system example

      JOHNS HOPKINS APL TECHNICAL DIGEST
    21. Stopa, PJ
      The flow cytometry of Bacillus anthracis spores revisited

      CYTOMETRY
    22. Macintyre, AG; Christopher, GW; Eitzen, E; Gum, R; Weir, S; DeAtley, C; Tonat, K; Barbera, JA
      Weapons of mass destruction events with contaminated casualties - Effective planning for health care facilities

      JAMA-JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION
    23. 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
    24. Alexander, GA
      Ecoterrorism and nontraditional military threats

      MILITARY MEDICINE
    25. Hesselberth, JR; Miller, D; Robertus, J; Ellington, AD
      In vitro selection of RNA molecules that inhibit the activity of ricin A-chain

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    26. Snyder, AP; Maswadeh, WM; Parsons, JA; Tripathi, A; Meuzelaar, HLC; Dworzanski, JP; Kim, MG
      Field detection of bacillus spore aerosols with stand-alone pyrolysis-gas chromatography-ion mobility spectrometry

      FIELD ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY AND TECHNOLOGY
    27. Guerrant, RL; Blackwood, BL
      Threats to global health and survival: The growing crises of tropical infectious diseases - Our "unfinished agenda"

      CLINICAL INFECTIOUS DISEASES
    28. Weber, DJ; Rutala, WA
      Gene therapy: A new challenge for infection control

      INFECTION CONTROL AND HOSPITAL EPIDEMIOLOGY
    29. Sefer, D; Sinovec, Z; Markovic, R
      Blood serum protein status of broilers treated by T-2 toxin

      ACTA VETERINARIA-BEOGRAD
    30. Scholl, PF; Leonardo, MA; Rule, AM; Carlson, MA; Antoine, MD; Buckley, TJ
      The development of matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionization Time-of-Flight mass spectrometry for the detection of biological warfare agent aerosols

      JOHNS HOPKINS APL TECHNICAL DIGEST
    31. Hilleman, MR
      The business of science and the science of business in the quest for an AIDS vaccine

      VACCINE
    32. Burrows, WD; Renner, SE
      Biological warfare agents as threats to potable water

      ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES
    33. 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
    34. 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
    35. Shafazand, S; Doyle, R; Ruoss, S; Weinacker, A; Raffin, TA
      Inhalational anthrax - Epidemiology, diagnosis, and management

      CHEST
    36. CARUS WS
      BIOLOGICAL WARFARE THREATS IN PERSPECTIVE

      Critical reviews in microbiology
    37. ATLAS RM
      THE MEDICAL THREAT OF BIOLOGICAL WEAPONS

      Critical reviews in microbiology
    38. LEITENBERG M
      RESOLUTION OF THE KOREAN-WAR BIOLOGICAL WARFARE ALLEGATIONS

      Critical reviews in microbiology
    39. SLATER MS; TRUNKEY DD
      TERRORISM IN AMERICA - AN EVOLVING THREAT

      Archives of surgery
    40. WALKER DH; YAMPOLSKA O; GRINBERG LM
      DEATH AT SVERDLOVSK - WHAT HAVE WE LEARNED

      The American journal of pathology


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