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Anthrax is an acute infectious disease caused by the spore-forming, rod-shaped bacterium Bacillus anthracis. Predominantly a cause of livestock disease, B. anthracis forms durable spores that can lie dormant in the soil for years. Once eaten by a grazing animal, the spores are activated and the bacteria reproduce. After the bacteria spread, they typically kill the infected animal and return to the soil or water once again as spores.
Plague as related to Anthrax
- The 1979 Anthrax Leak | Plague War | FRONTLINE | PBS
Report on the anthrax outbreak which affected 94 people and killed at least 64 in the Soviet city of Sverdlovsk that was revealed by President Boris Yeltsin, in 1992 ...
- Did Anthrax Plague the Egyptians?
Excerpt Did anthrax plague the Egyptians at the time of Moses and the Exodus of the Israelites? Many Biblical scholars believe that the Biblical Ten Plagues were an ...
- Boston subway study finds no plague or anthrax — but ...
Harvard researchers sampled seats, seat backs, walls, vertical and horizontal poles, and hanging grips inside 15 train cars on three subway lines and of touchscreens ...
- ANTHRAX | Official Website
Official site, with news, biographies, albums, and store.
- Anthrax Island - The New York Times
A plague pit is the informal term used to refer to mass graves in which victims of the Black Death were buried. The term is most often used to describe pits located ...
- Theories of the Black Death - Wikipedia
Theories of the Black Death are a variety of explanations that have been advanced to explain the nature and transmission of the Black Death (1347–50).
- Plague | definition of plague by Medical dictionary
Plague Definition Plague is a serious, potentially life-threatening infectious disease that is usually transmitted to humans by the bites of rodent fleas. It was one ...
- "The History of Bioterrorism"|Training & Education
This video describes the Category A diseases: smallpox, anthrax, botulism, plague, tularemia, and viral hemorrhagic fevers. If these germs were used to intentionally ...
- NABC | Anticipating biosecurity threats, Securing the food ...
National Agricultural Biosecurity Center. Located on the campus of Kansas State University, NABC is an integral part of the Midwest’s expanding animal health corridor.