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    Sunit K. Singh, Jens H. Kuhn, editors.
    Summary: This first volume of a two-volume set describes general aspects, such as the historical view on the topic, the role of information distribution and preparedness of health-care systems and preparedness in emergency cases. Part two describes and discusseses in detail the pathogens and toxins that are potentially used for biological attacks. As such, the book is a valuable resource for faculties engaged in molecular biology, genetic engineering, neurology, biodefense, biosafety & biosecurity, virology, and infectious disease programs, as well as professional medical research organizations.

    Historical aspects of biological weapons development and use
    Overview of global coordination on bio-nonproliferationa nd its limits
    The role of event-based biosurveillance in biodefense
    Trust and transparency in biodefense
    The science of forensic epidemiology in detecting a biological attack (bioterrorism)
    Remediation of a biological weapons attack
    Maximum containment infectious disease laboratories as an integral part of emergency preparedness and emergency response
    Infection prevention and control : a biodefense measure
    Clinical management of patients infected with highly pathogenic microorganisms
    Swords to ploughshares and back : the continuing threat of immunomodulatory research and development
    Synthetic biology: biosecurity and biosafety implications
    Is CRISPR a security threat?
    Emerging and enabling technologies in biodefense
    Regulatory pathways for medical products used in biodefense
    Big data and biodefense : prospects and pitfalls
    Big data and artificial intelligence for biodefense : a genomic-based approach for averting technological suprise.
    Digital Access Springer 2019