Bioterrorism: management of major biological agents.

@article{Bossi2006BioterrorismMO,
  title={Bioterrorism: management of major biological agents.},
  author={Philippe Bossi and Daniel Garin and Am{\'e}lie Guihot and Fr{\'e}d{\'e}rique A Gay and J M Crance and Thi{\`e}rry Debord and Brigitte Autran and François Bricaire},
  journal={Cellular and molecular life sciences : CMLS},
  year={2006},
  volume={63 19-20},
  pages={2196-212}
}
Bioterrorism is defined by the intentional or threatened of microorganisms or toxins derived from living organisms to cause death or diseases in humans, animals or plants on which we depend. The other major point is to generate fear in the population. More than 180 pathogens have been reported to be potential agents for bioterrorism. The following is an overview of several agents that could be involved in a biological attack. 

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