Handheld DNA detector
...tive, and fast miniature DNA sensors," says Afuwape, "such portable DNA sensors will find broad application in medical, agriculture, environmental and bioweapons
Bio-defense Lab Ordered Shut Down as Researchers Get Infected
...journalists today, said the problems it found at Texas A&M show that the US government needs to reduce the number of people and facilities that handle bioweapons
agents and bring a hodgepodge of federal lab rules into a unified, mandatory, and enforceable system to ensure lab safety and accountability.
Demand for universal flu vaccination
... for repeat vaccination in doctors' offices, he says. Not only should we prepare for the next flu pandemic, but there's the ugly possibility of facing bioweapons
consisting of the flu virus, which could devastate whole communities.
Fright could be more harmful
...c caused by the news of anthrax attacks.
A letter to the British Medical Journal from researchers in the UK, US and Australia predicted that while bioweapons
themselves might not kill many people, for many more, their prospect is having a devastating effect.
Already, there are reports of mass illness ...
Sequencing of the Plague
These recombinations could mean differences in virulence in a single batch of plague, they note. That could also mean that the bacteria - or bioweapons
developers - have the genes at their disposal for new and potentially vexatious strains of disease.
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Avant's Typhoid Fever Vaccine Demonstrates Excellent Clinical
...ANT's vectoring systems to develop new, safe and effective orally
administered vaccines against anthrax and plague or other any other
microbes used as bioweapons
and other disease causing agents; (3)
the ability to successfully complete product research and further
development, including animal, pre-clinical an...
Avant’s Typhoid Fever Vaccine Demonstrates Excellent Clinical
...quo;s vectoring systems to develop new,
safe and effective orally administered vaccines against anthrax and
plague or other any other microbes used as bioweapons
disease causing agents; (3) the ability to successfully complete
product research and further development, including animal,
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Study illuminates how the plague bacteria causes disease
...ied in the plague epidemics that devastated the ancient world, the researchers said. The successful weaponization of plague in the former Soviet Union bioweapons
program also made the pathogen a primary biodefense concern. Additional medical concerns have arisen from the evolution of multidrug-resistant strains...
The bioweapon is in the post
...es are typically no more than a few thousand base-pairs long. Their sequences are publicly available, so screening gene-synthesis orders for potential bioweapons
shouldn't pose a huge challenge. Indeed, a company called Craic Computing,based in Seattle, has written opensource software called Blackwatch that doe...
War on terror meets war on cancer
... determine where bacteria used in bioterrorism were grown. That isn't true of anthrax, which is spread by spores that are almost dormant. But for live bioweapons
spread through the air in an aerosol mist ?bacteria that cause plague, tularemia or Q fever, for example ?the difference in isotope concentrations ins...