biowarfare


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bi·o·war·fare

 (bī′ō-wôr′fâr′)
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biowarfare

[ˈbaɪəʊˈwɔːfɛəʳ] Nguerra f bacteriológica
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The 25 chapters are divided into 4 sections: 1) Preparation and Military Support for a Possible Bioterrorism Incident, 2) Medical Countermeasures and Decontamination, 3) Emerging Threats and Future Preparation, and 4) Diagnostic Development for Biowarfare Agents.
The company has an experienced management team, which receives support and guidance from globally recognized science and regulatory advisors representing the infectious disease, biowarfare, and dialysis industries.
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Grimes is also working on chemical and biowarfare sensing.
We're putting billions of dollars into a putative threat of disputed relevance at a time when there's a shortage of flu vaccine and measles vaccine," said Milton Leitenberg, an expert on biowarfare at the University of Maryland's Center for International and Security Studies.
Since biowarfare experts should know that anthrax spores remain virulent for several decades, more emphasis needs to be put on decontaminating areas exposed to anthrax.