*  Biological Warfare | Encyclopedia.com
... bacterium, virus) or an infective component (e.g., toxin), to cause disease or death in humans, animals, or plants. ... Biological warfare, as defined by the United Nations [1], is the use of any living organism (e.g. ... Biological weapons include viruses , bacteria , rickettsia , and biological toxins. Of particular concern are genetically ... Biological weapons include pathogenic viruses, bacteria, and biological toxins. Of particular concern are genetically altered ...
  https://www.encyclopedia.com/social-sciences-and-law/political-science-and-government/military-affairs-nonnaval/biological-warfare
*  US6582930B1 - Porphyrin compounds, their conjugates and assay methods based on the use of said conjugates - Google...
Biomimetic Biodetector of Toxins, Viruses, Bacteria, and Biological Factors US20070238102A1 (en) * 2006-04-06. 2007-10-11. ... Biomimetic Biodetector of Toxins, Viruses, Bacteria, and Biological Factors US20070134811A1 (en) * 2005-12-13. 2007-06-14. ... G01N33/48-Biological material, e.g. blood, urine; Haemocytometers * G01N33/50-Chemical analysis of biological material, e.g. ... Use of metallo-porphyrin conjugates for the detection of biological substances US5262526A (en) 1993-11-16. Fluorescent compound ...
  https://patents.google.com/patent/US6582930
*  JMIR-Scoping Review on Search Queries and Social Media for Disease Surveillance: A Chronology of Innovation | Bernardo |...
Threats were limited to biological (viruses, parasites, bacteria, and their toxins) and chemical agents (melamine, pesticides). ... Prevalence of zoonotic bacteria in wild and farmed aquatic species and seafood: a scoping study, systematic review, and meta- ...
  https://www.jmir.org/2013/7/e147/
*  Global Health | DipNote
Biological agents including viruses, bacteria, and toxins, can devastate local economies with their potential effects on humans ...
  https://blogs.state.gov/tags/global-health?page=4%2C0%2C0%2C0%2C0%2C0%2C0%2C0%2C0%2C0%2C3
*  Biosensing | SpringerLink
... and detection of bacteria, viruses, and biological toxins for biowarfare defense. Subtopics likely to be covered in this study ... In a broader sense, the study of biosensing includes any approach to detection of biological elements and the associated ... biological materials (e.g., tissue, enzymes, nucleic acids, etc.); and chemical analysis to produce detectable signals for the ... software or computer identification technologies (e.g., imaging) that identify biological characteristics. Biosensing is ...
  https://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/1-4020-4058-X
*  Training for Biological Warfare - Army Technology
Highly pathogenic species of bacteria, viruses, fungi and biological toxins can all be classed as biological weapons, which can ... The biological threat. It is not surprising so much effort is being put into counteracting biological threats, especially in ... Following this, students learn how to detect agents (bacteria and toxins) in unknown samples. ... Training for Biological Warfare. Share. A new slew of technology is increasing the US military's capability to respond to ...
  http://www.army-technology.com/features/feature78174
*  Cerebral ischemia | Article about Cerebral ischemia by The Free Dictionary
... and biological stimuli (bacteria, toxins); the obstruction of an artery by a thrombus or embolus; constriction of the lumen of ...
  http://encyclopedia2.thefreedictionary.com/Cerebral+ischemia
*  Detoxification for health | Natural Healing News
Conventional medical care emphasizes biological toxins such as bacteria and viruses as the primary causes of disease. However, ... It also slowly eliminates biological toxins, such as bacteria and viruses. Nutritional balancing reduces autointoxication ... Another critical group of toxins produced in the body are those caused by bacteria, fungi, viruses and parasites that live ... Toxins cause disease. The idea that toxins cause disease is very old. Greek and Roman medical texts mention it. Ancient Chinese ...
  http://naturalhealingnews.com/detoxification-for-health/
*  Browsing Entomology Faculty Research and Publications by Title
Cry toxins produced by the bacterium Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt) are effective biological insecticides. Cadherin-like proteins ... A novel Tenebrio molitor cadherin is a functional receptor for Bacillus thuringiensis cry3aa toxin  ... Plant-mediated interactions: considerations for agent selection in weed biological control programs  ... have been reported as functional Cry1A toxin receptors in Lepidoptera. Here we present data ... ...
  http://krex.k-state.edu/dspace/handle/2097/822/browse?rpp=20&order=ASC&sort_by=1&etal=-1&type=title&starts_with=N
*  Saab to Deliver CBRN Equipment to INTERPOL
Defence and security company Saab has received an order for delivery of specially customised CBRN (Chemical, Biological, ... Bioterrorism refers to the malicious use of bacteria, viruses or biological toxins, to threaten or cause harm to humans, ... Defence and security company Saab has received an order for delivery of specially customised CBRN (Chemical, Biological, ... animals or agriculture, and there is a number of terrorist groups demonstrating an interest and intent to use biological ...
  http://www.asdnews.com/news-69432/saab_to_deliver_cbrn_equipment_to_interpol.htm
*  Army anthrax lab suspends research to inventory its germs - Scientific American Blog Network
In the past, viruses, bacteria and toxins referred to as biological select agents and toxin (BSAT) haven't shown up in the ... where government scientists study drugs and vaccines that could be used to make biological weapons, a lab spokesperson, Caree ...
  https://blogs.scientificamerican.com/news-blog/anthrax-lab-suspends-research-for-g-2009-02-10/
*  Biological weapon | definition of biological weapon by Medical dictionary
... biological weapon explanation free. What is biological weapon? Meaning of biological weapon medical term. What does biological ... Looking for online definition of biological weapon in the Medical Dictionary? ... biological weapon. n.. A biological pathogen or toxin, such as the anthrax bacterium or the smallpox virus, that has been ... Any pathogen-virus, bacteria, other disease-causing biological agent, or toxin produced by them-intended for use as a ...
  http://medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/biological+weapon
*  U.S. GAO - Food Safety: Agencies Should Further Test Plans for Responding to Deliberate Contamination
... bacteria, virus, or toxin) or threatened to be contaminated with such an agent; and (2) plans and procedures that federal food ... deliberate contamination of food with a biological agent has rarely occurred in the United States, according to federal ... threats of contamination with a biological agent occur infrequently: from October 1995 through March 1999, federal agencies ... safety regulatory agencies have for responding to threats and acts of deliberate food contamination with a biological agent.GAO ...
  https://www.gao.gov/products/RCED-00-3
*  Insect Control in Gardens | Insects | Insecticide
This biological insecticide contains a toxin of a bacterium that is deadly to cabbageworms (and other caterpillar species), but ... good coverage of plants is necessary since the toxins of this bacterium must be eaten by the caterpillars before they become ... Sources of Biological Control Agents: These may be found in "Commercial Sources of Predators and Parasites," Extension ... There are many excellent cultural, mechanical and biological control methods that can be used for insect control. Most ...
  https://www.scribd.com/document/35369811/Insect-Control-in-Gardens
*  war and social upheaval: The Cold War -- weapons biological and chemical warfare
Biological warfare (BW), commonly called germ warfare is the use of biological toxins or infectious agents (bacteria, viruses, ... The Japanese also had an active program and actually used both biological and chemical agents in china, primarily in China. BW ... Biological warfare (BW), commonly called germ warfare is the use of biological toxins or infectious agents (bacteria, viruses, ... Biological warfare (BW), commonly called germ warfare is the use of biological toxins or infectious agents (bacteria, viruses, ...
  http://histclo.com/essay/war/cold/mil/weap/cbw/wcm-cbw.html
*  Treethanol - Wikipedia
... bacteria, yeast, biological toxins and allergens produced by these microorganisms, enzymes, and other chemicals. Sustainable ... Biological treatments involve the use of microorganisms to break down the wood. This type is considered favorable to physical ... Of particular concern to some is the biological method of pre-treatment. It is estimated that there is the possibility of ... There are three types of pretreatment: physical, chemical, and biological. Physical treatment involves physically reducing wood ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Treethanol
*  ASMscience | Biological Toxins: Safet
Toxins may also be classified according to their mode of action. With an increase in the use of biological toxins in biomedical ... In the laboratory setting the routes of exposure for biological toxins and venoms are similar to those for infectious agents, ... Arthropods, snakes, snails, fish, and other marine animals synthesize and secrete or excrete toxins; however, the toxins are ... In the toxin laboratory, a safe work environment is maintained through stringent housekeeping procedures, frequent ...
  http://www.asmscience.org/content/book/10.1128/9781555815899.ch13
*  SOTT Focus -- Signs of the Times
... bacteria and toxins in direct violation of the UN Convention on the prohibition of Biological Weapons. Hundreds of thousands of ... "I'm not saying that it is about preparing a biological war against Russia. But its scenarios, are, no doubt, being worked on. ... do you know that biological material is being collected all over the country, from different ethnic groups and people living in ... Pentagon Biological Weapons Program Never Ended: US Bio-labs Around The World ...
  https://www.sott.net/editorials?page=5
*  Noah's Ark: Biological Weapons - Botulism
3) Infant botulism - caused by eating spores of the bacteria, which then grow in the intestines and release toxin.. Though rare ... Biological Weapons --. Botulism. Clostridium botulinum is a group of bacteria, commonly found in soil. They grow best with ... Wounds should be treated, usually surgically, to remove the source of the toxin-producing bacteria.. ... Aerosol released botulinum toxin could incapacitate or kill 10% of persons within 0.3 miles downwind or it could be show up in ...
  http://www.millennium-ark.net/News_Files/NBC/Bio.Bugs.Botulism.html
*  How to Survive a Chemical or Biological Attack (with Pictures)
Biological weapons are any man made weapon caused to disperse viruses, bacteria,... ... Biological and Chemical weapons may be the most devastating and uncontrollable weapons ever rendered by man. ... How to Survive a Chemical or Biological Attack. ... bacteria, or toxins derived from living organisms to cause ... Biological and Chemical weapons may be the most devastating and uncontrollable weapons ever rendered by man. Biological weapons ...
  https://www.wikihow.com/Survive-a-Chemical-or-Biological-Attack
*  Detection and quantification of staphylococcus aureus enterotoxin B in food product using isotopic dilution techniques and mass...
It represents a particular challenge during food processing since, even if the bacteria have been destroyed, the biological ... Staphylococcal enterotoxin B is a highly heat-resistant enteric toxin and it is responsible for over 50% of enterotoxin food ... activity of the toxin remains unchanged. The objective of this study was to develop and validate a new method based on a novel ...
  https://papyrus.bib.umontreal.ca/xmlui/handle/1866/9019
*  Lipopeptide Secondary Metabolites from the Phytopathogenic Bacterium Pseudomonas Syringae | SpringerLink
... advances have been made in the study of the secondary metabolism of the widespread phytopathogenic Gram-negative bacterium ... The interaction of lipodepsipeptide toxins from Pseudomonas syringae pv. syringae with biological membranes: a comparison of ... Kenwick, S.,and Jacobsen, B.J., 1988, Biological control of Fusarium dry rot on potato with antagonistic bacteria I commercial ... Potera, C., 1994, From bacteria: a new weapon against fungal infection, Science 265: 605.PubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar ...
  https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-1-4757-4439-2_9
*  How Can Bacteria Be Good? Learn about Scientific Advances and Biosensors
But could bacteria actually be good for you? Learn about different types of bacteria and how researchers are using the 'helpful ... Bacterial biosensors can be used to detect the presence of explosives or biological or chemical warfare agents; to signal the ... presence of cancer-causing agents or toxins in water; or to detect and provide clues to human aging and disease. ... Bacteria - Once a Feared Enemy, Now a Useful Friend?. written by: Maggie Romuld•edited by: Kait Krolik•updated: 6/30/2015 ...
  https://www.brighthub.com/environment/science-environmental/articles/128989.aspx
*  Cytotoxic agent - definition of cytotoxic agent by The Free Dictionary
biological agent, biohazard - any bacterium or virus or toxin that could be used in biological warfare ... bacteriostat - a chemical or biological material that inhibits bacterial growth. blanching agent, bleaching agent, whitener, ... A substance that can cause a chemical reaction or a biological effect. Compare reagent. ...
  https://www.thefreedictionary.com/cytotoxic+agent
*  Toxins | Free Full-Text | The Biological Control of the Malaria Vector
This review presents an overview of the most promising biological control tools for malaria eradication, namely fungi, bacteria ... The use of biological means is considered a fundamental part of the recently launched malaria eradication program and has so ... Toxins. 2012; 4(9):748-767. Chicago/Turabian Style. Kamareddine, Layla. 2012. "The Biological Control of the Malaria Vector." ... Toxins 2012, 4, 748-767. AMA Style. Kamareddine L. The Biological Control of the Malaria Vector. ...
  http://www.mdpi.com/2072-6651/4/9/748