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作者 Berencsi, G
書名 Emerging Biological Threat
出版項 Amsterdam : IOS Press, 2005
©2005
國際標準書號 9781607501398 (electronic bk.)
9781586035556
book jacket
說明 1 online resource (192 pages)
text txt rdacontent
computer c rdamedia
online resource cr rdacarrier
系列 NATO Science Series, I: Life and Behavioural Sciences
NATO Science Series, I: Life and Behavioural Sciences
附註 Title page -- Opening Remarks -- Contents -- Biological Threat Caused by Emerging and Re-Emerging Infections -- Interrelationships of Emerging Bacterial and Viral Infections in Hungary Before the Introduction of Active Immunisation -- Response to the HIV-Related Challenges in Lithuania -- Emerging Viral Hepatitis B and C in Estonia -- Epidemiology of Influenza A(H1N1) as One of Emerging-Reemerging Diseases -- West Nile and Other Emerging-Reemerging Viruses in Russia -- Natural Foci of Classical and Emerging Viral Zoonoses in Hungary -- Coronavirus Causing Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS), a New Highly Infectious Emerging Threat -- Antiviral Drugs for Treatment of Herpes B Virus Infections -- Tick-Borne Bacterial Diseases in Hungary -- Emerging or Re-Emerging Virus Diseases: Genetic Variation, Immune Failure or Human Mistake -- Development of the Diagnostic Technology to Cope with Emerging Threat More Efficiently -- Real-Time PCR for Detection of Parenterally Transmissible Viruses -- Diagnostics Development Research Within the U.S. Biological Defense Research Programme -- New Molecular Targets for Control of Yersinia Pestis Infection -- Enhanced Concentration and Extraction of Bacillus Anthracis DNA from Whole Blood -- Biological Toxins and Super-Antigens as an Emerging Biological Threat -- Application of Genomics and Proteomics for Detection Assay Development for Biological Agents of Mass Destruction -- Development of Reagent Kits for Detection of Lethal Toxins -- Bioterrorism as an Emerging and Reemerging Biological Threat -- Strategies for the Detection of Unknown Biological Materials -- Clinical Aspects of Bioterrorism (Anthrax, Plague and Smallpox) -- Clinical Virologists and the Smallpox-Threat: A Comparison Between Germany and the UK -- Genetic Attributes for Tracking Unconventional Microorganisms
An Attempt to Characterize Some Soil and Health Relevant Bacteria by FT-IR Spectroscopy -- Advanced Medical Technologies Against Bioterrorism -- Science for Peace Means International Cooperation to Control and Prevent Emerging Natural or Bio-Terror Virus Epidemics with Attention to the HIV-1/AIDS Pandemic -- Contributors -- Author Index
The misuse of technical achievements of science created many disasters in the past. The potential misuse of recent discoveries and innovations of molecular biology can create more important epidemiological and biological accidents or mass tragedies than an influenza pandemic, the HIV / AIDS epidemic or SARS. Both NATO and the civilian spheres have to be prepared for rapid recognition, identification, prevention and treatment of such potential risks. This volume summarizes projects aiming to detect risks of biological toxins, superantigens and the modeling of their effects. Potential risks, detection and prevention of chronic and zoonotic infections are summarized in addition to interaction of human pathogens affecting biological risks. Specific applications of recent diagnostic procedures for rapid detection and identification of hazardous or unusual etiologic agents are summarized including new, high through-put diagnostic methods. Epidemiological and clinical aspects of disasters and recently developed philosophy for global prevention will be presented. Experimental vaccines and therapeutics including a new smallpox vaccine are included
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
鏈接 Print version: Berencsi, G. Emerging Biological Threat Amsterdam : IOS Press,c2005 9781586035556
主題 Emerging infectious diseases -- Congresses.;Bioterrorism -- Congresses.;Biological weapons -- Congresses.;Communicable diseases -- Prevention -- Congresses.;Infection -- Congresses
Electronic books
Alt Author Khan, A.S
Haloužka, J
NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Emerging Biological Threat,
North Atlantic Treaty Organization,
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