The FAQ Frequently Asked Questions. General Information. Symptoms and Diagnosis. Treatment and Prevention. Threat. General Information. What is anthrax?
Anthrax - Bacteriology Lecture by Kenneth Todar, University of Wisconsin Department of Bacteriology.
Anthrax as Bio-War Agent - treatment.
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Countering the Anthrax Threat - Plain English site giving lots of information about the U.S. DoD Total Force Anthrax Innoculation Program
Anthrax Bacteria (malignant edema, woolsorters disease)The anthrax bacteria can live in the soil for many years. Man may become infected with anthrax by inhaling contaminated soil particles or by handling wool or hair from diseased animals. Infection of the intestinal tract.
Major Sonnie Bates Major Sonnie Bates Fight Against the Anthrax Vaccine Immunization Policy (AVIP).
Anthrax- A Possible Case History Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) offices in five U.S. cities have received warnings of an imminent bioterrorist attack. Each threat indicated that a " shower of anthrax would rain on U.S. cities," unless certain demands were met immediately.
Ministry of Defence Details of the UK's voluntary programme of anthrax immunisation for service and civilian personnel deployed to the Persian Gulf region.
Special Topics AnthraxAnthrax is an acute infectious disease caused by the spore-forming bacterium Bacillus anthracis. Anthrax most commonly occurs in warm-blooded animals, but can also infect humans
Bacteria Bacteria Viruses Toxins Agents Introduction. Bacillus anthracis. What is anthrax? Anthrax is a disease caused by the bacteria Bacillus anthracis.