Maximizing the Security and Development Benefits from the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention / Edition 1

Maximizing the Security and Development Benefits from the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention / Edition 1

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by Malcolm R. Dando
     
 

Joint Proceedings Volume based on the two NATO Advanced Research Workshops held in Bucharest in 1999 and in Piestany in 2000See more details below

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Joint Proceedings Volume based on the two NATO Advanced Research Workshops held in Bucharest in 1999 and in Piestany in 2000

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781402009129
Publisher:
Springer Netherlands
Publication date:
10/31/2002
Series:
Nato Science Partnership Subseries: 1 (closed), #36
Edition description:
2002
Pages:
432
Product dimensions:
9.21(w) x 6.14(h) x 0.94(d)

Table of Contents

Preface. Achieving Security Benefits from Technical Cooperation under the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention; G.S. Pearson. Part I: Outbreaks of Disease. Reporting Outbreaks of Human Diseases; J. Woodhall. Reporting Outbreaks of Animal Diseases; M. Hugh-Jones. Reporting Outbreaks of Plant Diseases; P. Rogers. Epidemiological Data and Reporting: South American Realities, Problems and Perspectives; R. Monteleone-Neto. Outbreaks of Disease: Current European Reporting; P. van Dalen. Surveillance and Monitoring of Infectious Disease in the Slovak Republic; M. Avdicona, F. Hruba. Investigation of Outbreaks of Disease Under a Protocol to the Biological Weapons Convention; M. Wheelis. Investigations of Suspicious Outbreaks; B.P. Steyn. Molecular Biological Techniques for Subspecies Identification: An Overview; D. Sourvide, H. Garrigue. Molecular Biological Techniques for Subspecies Identification: Immunological Techniques A Comparison; K. Nixdorff. An Unusual Outbreak of West Nile Fever in Romania; M. Negut. WHO Contribution to Global Surveillance of Microbial Threats; O. Cosivi. Part II: International Cooperation in Microbiology and Biotechnology. Maximizing the Security Benefits from International Cooperation in Microbiology and Biotechnology; K. Mossenlechner. Maximizing Security Benefits from Technical Cooperation in Microbiology and Biotechnology: Infrastructure, Regulations and Procedures; J.P.P. Robinson, G.S. Pearson. Benefits from International Cooperation in Microbiology: An Overview; K. Nixdorff. Benefits from Cooperation in Biotechnology: The Experience of the International Centre for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology; A. Falaschi, D. Ripandelli. Benefits from International Cooperation in Biosafety in Central and Eastern Europe; P. van der Meer, G.S. Pearson. Measures to Provide Biosafety at the Research Center of Virology and Biotechnology 'Vector'; E.N. Starkov. Slovakia: Biotechnology Transfer under BTWC Protocol and the Convention on Biological Diversity; D. Toth. The US Select Agent and Laboratory Registration Program; J.R. Richmond. The Development of Biotechnology in Poland; T. Twardowski. Czech Republic: The Development of Microbiology and Biotechnology in the Czech Republic During the Past 20 Years and Prospects for the Future; J. Spižek. Prospects of the SRC VB Vector International Collaboration in the Field of Emerging Infections and Biotechnology; L.S. Sandakhchiev. Good Manufacturing Practice and Licensed Products; M. Negut. Approaches to the Introduction of the Quality System into the SRC VB 'Vector'; V.I. Masycheva. Industrial Aspects of Technical Co-Operation in Microbiology and Biotechnology; K. Simpson. Databases, Networks and Clearing Houses; M. Wheelis, G.S. Pearson. Increasing Transparency and Building Confidence: The OPCW Experience; M. Bauta. Building Peaceful Co-Operation into the BTWC Verification Protocol; M. Dando. Part III: Concluding Remarks. Maximizing the Security Benefits from Technical Cooperation Under the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention; G.S. Pearson. Index.

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