The threat of bioterrorism is real and significant .It is neither in the realm of science fiction nor confined to a particular nation. Historically, Biological Warfare (BW) agents of concern have included a relatively select group of pathogens and toxins, referred to as traditional BW agents. Traditional biological warfare agents are all naturally occurring organisms or their toxic products. From the perspective of biological warfare scientists, traditional BW agents have serendipitously evolved a select group of traits: toxicity, stability, and ease of production.
Arun Kumar; Biothreats - Bacterial Warfare Agents
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Last date updated on July, 2014