ISSN 1198-743X (Print)
Bouza, E.; Alonso, R.
Bioterrorism: how serious is the threat?
Ragnar Norrby, S.
Biological warfare in a historical perspective
Roffey, R.; Tegnell, A.; Elgh, F.
Laboratory diagnosis and biosafety issues of biological warfare agents
Nulens, E.; Voss, A.
Bacillus anthracis and antibacterial agents
Anthrax in Europe: its epidemiology, clinical characteristics, and role in bioterrorism
Schmid, G.; Kaufmann, A.
Anthrax, tularemia, plague, ebola or smallpox as agents of bioterrorism: recognition in the emergency room
Cunha, B. A.
Smallpox—eradicated, but a growing terror threat
Tegnell, A.; Wahren, B.; Elgh, F.
A procedure for differentiating between the intentional release of biological warfare agents and natural outbreaks of disease: its use in analyzing the tularemia outbreak in Kosovo in 1999 and 2000
Grunow, R.; Finke, E.-J.
Biological weapons and bioterrorism preparedness: importance of public-health awareness and international cooperation
Roffey, R.; Lantorp, K.; Tegnell, A.; Elgh, F.
Challenges associated with creating a pharmaceutical stockpile to respond to a terrorist event
Havlak, R.; Gorman, S. E.; Adams, S. A.
Problems associated with potential massive use of antimicrobial agents as prophylaxis or therapy of a bioterrorist attack