The acquisition of dangerous biological materials: Technical facts sheets to assist risk assessments of 46 potential BW agents

@inproceedings{Aceto2007TheAO,
  title={The acquisition of dangerous biological materials: Technical facts sheets to assist risk assessments of 46 potential BW agents},
  author={D. Aceto and L. Astuto-Gribble and J. Gaudioso},
  year={2007}
}
Numerous terrorist organizations have openly expressed interest in producing and deploying biological weapons. However, a limiting factor for many terrorists has been the acquisition of dangerous biological agents, as evidenced by the very few successful instances of biological weapons use compared to the number of documented hoaxes. Biological agents vary greatly in their ability to cause loss of life and economic damage. Some agents, if released properly, can kill many people and cause an… Expand

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