Coley has previously shown that its TLR Therapeutics targeting TLR9 can stimulate protective immunity against potential bioterror
germs such as anthrax.
Then last year, Logical Images introduced a module on bioterror
agents, which was added to the software package and distributed to licensed users, including the University of Iowa (at no additional cost).
These subtleties of a simple epidemic model are even less reliable when using the blood screening to detect a bioterror
attack with agents that cause diseases of very short incubation period.
Bill Nauschuetz' bioterror
article, I was reminded of Hoffer.
I believe our Hemopurifier[R] is the most advanced broad-spectrum treatment strategy to protect military and civilian populations from viruses considered bioterror
and pandemic threats.
Conversely, many lives would be lost if a bioterror
attack is epidemic and a hospital is beyond capacity," explained Dr.
Krieg, and includes funds to support the testing of Coley's compounds against bioterror
agents in mouse, sheep, pig, and primate animal models that have been developed by collaborating investigators at the University of New Mexico, the University of Michigan, University of California-Davis, University of Saskatoon, and Great Britain's Ministry of Defense laboratories at Porton Down.
The health and economic consequences of an extensive bioterror
attack could be severe (1-5); thus, early detection of an otherwise silent bioterror
attack is of obvious importance (6).
For example, it can take point-of-sale data from drugstores to allow public-health officials to notice any unusual sales trends that might be indicative of a bioterror
Salmonella was the first agent to be used in a major bioterror
attack in the United States.
Bonta, who directed the Long Beach Health Department from 1988-99, also cited the high cost of responding to possible bioterror
Government programs that support the development and purchase of treatment countermeasures against bioterror