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Animals as Sentinels of Chemical Terrorism Agents: an Evidence-based Review.

The goal of this systematic review was to identify evidence that animals could serve as sentinels of an attack with a chemical terrorism agent. METHODS: The biomedical literature was systematically searched for evidence that wild or domestic animals exposed to certain chemical weapons of terrorism had either greater susceptibility, shorter latency period, or increased exposure risk versus humans....

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Date Of Record Release 2009-02-22 17:18:50
Description The goal of this systematic review was to identify evidence that animals could serve as sentinels of an attack with a chemical terrorism agent. METHODS: The biomedical literature was systematically searched for evidence that wild or domestic animals exposed to certain chemical weapons of terrorism had either greater susceptibility, shorter latency period, or increased exposure risk versus humans....
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Source Yale Occupational and Environmental Medicine Program
Selector Bates
Date Of Record Creation 2009-02-22 17:13:43
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Date Last Modified 2010-11-15 21:28:50
Creator Rabinowitz P, Wiley J, Odofin L, Wilcox M, Dein FJ
Language English
Date Record Checked: 2009-02-22 00:00:00 (W3C-DTF)

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