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Anthology of Biosafety IV: Issues in Public Health
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Chapter 1: Autopsy Biosafety, Chapter 2: Emerging Infectious Diseases, Chapter 3: Emergency Response Action Plan for Pathogens, Chapter 4: Bioterrorism: Public Health Preparedness, Chapter 5: Biological/Chemical Terrorism and the University, Chapter 6: Establishing a European Network for the Diagnosis of “Imported” Viral Diseases (ENIVD), Chapter 7: Global Perspectives on Infectious Substance Transportation, Chapter 8: Biosafety Needs in Laboratories in Developing Countries, Chapter 9: Biosafety in Brazil: Past, Present, and Prospects for the Future, Chapter 10: Understanding, Assessing, and Communicating Topics Related to Risk in Biomedical Research Facilities, Chapter 11: Status of Schools of Public Health in Educating Public Health Laboratory Scientists, Chapter 12: The Public Health Laboratory System—Is It Prepared?, Chapter 13: Managing and Using Immunization and Medical Surveillance Data, Chapter 14: Biosafety in Public Health Laboratories, Chapter 15: Biological Safety and Public Health Laboratory Design, Chapter 16: Design Issues for Insectaries, Chapter 17: Bioterrorist Threats to the Food Supply, Chapter 18: Emerging and Reemerging Bacterial Zoonotic Infections in Russia: Current Trends, Chapter 19: Investigations of Emerging Zoonotic Diseases, Chapter 20: Agricultural Pathogens, Biological Containment, and the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention