Anthrax undervalued zoonosis.

  title={Anthrax undervalued zoonosis.},
  author={A. M. Fasanella and Domenico Galante and Giuliano Garofolo and Martin Hugh Jones},
  journal={Veterinary microbiology},
  volume={140 3-4},
Anthrax is a non-contagious disease, known since ancient times. However, it became a matter of global public interest after the bioterrorist attacks in the U.S.A. during the autumn of 2001. The concern of politicians and civil authorities everywhere towards this emergency necessitated a significant research effort and the prevention of new bioterrorist acts. Anthrax is primarily a disease that affects livestock and wildlife; its distribution is worldwide; and it can represent a danger to humans… CONTINUE READING