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Definition of Bioterror
1. [n -S]
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Literary usage of Bioterror
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1. Addressing Foodborne Threats to Health: Policies, Practices, and by Board on Global Health, Forum on Microbial Threats, Institute of Medicine (U.S. (2006)
"... recognized that rJ tal part of protecting the public he^ and the infusion of new resources has improved surveillance and nl others, bioterror response ..."
2. Biological Weapons: The Threat Posed by Terrorists (2000)
"And we also do need to beef up and strengthen public health surveillance at the very local level because if a bioterror attack can be recognized early—it is ..."
3. Bioterrorism: Our Frontline Response, Evaluating U.S. Public Health and edited by William Frist, Bill Frist (1999)
"In at least half of the local health departments, staff who would coordinate the responses to a bioterror- ist incident or other imminent public health ..."
4. The Genomic Revolution by National Academies Press (COR), National Academies (U.S.), Conference, Keck Futures Initiative (2006)
"... such as in animal populations, on a public bus, at the scene of a bioterror attack, or in the body of an unknowingly infected person. ..."