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Abrin toxin (AT) consisting of an A chain and a B chain is a potential agent for bioterrorism and an effective vaccine against AT poisoning is urgently required.
The Ebola virus is a highly virulent, single-stranded ribonucleic acid virus which affects both humans and apes and has fast become one of the world\'s most feared pathogens.
A long-sought milestone in the defense against bioterrorism is the development of rapid, simple, and near-patient assays for diagnostic and theranostic purposes.
Tularemia is caused by a gram-negative, intracellular bacterial pathogen, Francisella tularensis (Ft). The history weaponization of Ft in the past has elevated concerns that it could be used as a bioweapon or an agent of bioterrorism.
As an issue of biosecurity, it is important to identify the origin of a suspected sample to distinguish whether it originated from the release of a bioterrorism agent or from environmental contamination with a virulent agent.
Journal of Bioterrorism and Biosafety
Journal of Bioterrorism and Biosafety (JBBS) is a peer reviewed, open access Scientific Journal that publishes original research articles, review articles, case reports, short communications, etc. in all areas of Bioterrorism and Biosafety. JBBS provides complete and reliable information for scientists, clinicians, researchers, students, and general public aware of Bioterrorism with a strong focus on its effects, disorders and preventive methods.
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