Federation of American Scientists Case Studies in Dual Use Biological Research Module 5.0: Antibiotic Resistance Case Study
Topic: References

References for History of Antibiotics
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The Center for Disease Control and Prevention, “Key Facts About Seasonal Influenza (Flu),” (2007); available at http://www.cdc.gov/flu/keyfacts.htm, accessed 5/16/2008.
 
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Kathryn Brown, “A Bout with Flu.” Howard Hughes Medical Institute Bulletin. (2005) 18:3, 32-36.
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Naval Historical Center – Department of the Navy, “Influenza of 1918 (Spanish Flu) and the US Navy,” (2006); available at http://www.history.navy.mil/library/online/influenza_main.htm, accessed 5/16/2008.
 
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National Archives and Records Administration, “The Deadly Virus: The Influenza Epidemic of 1918,” available at http://www.archives.gov/exhibits/influenza-epidemic/records-list.html, accessed 5/16/2008.
 
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Edward C. Holmes, “1918 and All That.” Science (2004) 303: 1787-8.
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The Center for Disease Control and Prevention, “Q&A: Reconstruction of the 1918 Influenza Pandemic Virus,” (2005); available at http://www.cdc.gov/flu/about/qa/1918flupandemic.htm, accessed 5/16/2008.
 
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Robert G. Webster, “A Molecular Whodunit.” Science (2001) 293: 1773-5.
References for Experiments in Antibiotic Resistance
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Tumpey, TM, Basler, CF, Aguilar, PV, Zeng, H, Solorzano, A, Swayne, DE, Cox, NJ, Katz, JM, Taubenberger, JK, Palese, P, Garcia-Sastre, A. “Characterization of the Reconstructed 1918 Spanish Pandemic Virus.” Science. (2005) 310, 77-80.
 
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Taubenberger, JK, Reid, AH, Lourens, RM, Wang, R, Jin, G, Fanning, TG. “Characterization of the 1918 influenza virus polymerase genes.” Nature (2005) 437: 889-93.
 
References for Experiments in Antibiotic Resistance
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Phillip A. Sharp, “1918 Flu and Responsible Science.” Science. (2005) 310: 195.
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Donald Kennedy, “Better Never Than Late.” Science. (2005) 310: 17.
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Stewart Simonson, “Advising on Publication.” Science (2006) 311: 336-7.
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Jocelyn Kaiser, “1918 Flu Experiments Spark Concerns About Biosafety.” Science (2004) 306: 591.
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Andreas von Bubnoff, “The 1918 flu virus is resurrected.” Nature (2005) 437: 794-5.
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Jocelyn Kaiser, “Resurrected Influenza Virus Yields Secrets of Deadly 1918 Pandemic.” Science (2005) 310, 28-29.
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Debora MacKenzie, “Experts Fear Escape of 1918 Flu from Lab.” The New Scientist, October 21, 2004.
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“Flu in Ciculation,” Nature (2005) 438: 130.
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“Possession, use, and transfer of select agents and toxins – reconstructed replication competent forms of the 1918 pandemic influenza virus containing any portion of the coding regions of all eight gene segments.” The Federal Register (2005) 70: 61047-9.
 
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