Federation of American Scientists Case Studies in Dual Use Biological Research Module 8.0: Public Reaction Case Study
Topic: References

References for History
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The US Department of Health and Human Services Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and National Institutes of Health, “Biosafety in Biomedical and Microbiological Laboratories,” 5th Edition. (2007); available at http://www.cdc.gov/OD/ohs/biosfty/bmbl5/bmbl5toc.htm
 
(2)
Paul Berg et al., "Potential Biohazards of Recombinant DNA Molecules." Science. (1974) 185: 303.
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Donald S. Fredrickson, "The Recombinant DNA Controversy: A Memoir: Science, Politics and the Public Interest 1974-1981." ASM Press, 2001.
 
(4)
"History of the Recombinant DNA Debate," Appendix III-A of “Impacts of Applied Genetics: Micro-Organisms, Plants, and Animals.” Report of the Office of Technology Assessment : April 1981.
 
(5)
Maxine Singer and Dieter Soll, “Guidelines for DNA Hybrid Molecules.” Science (1973) 181: 1114.
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Monica Barinaga, “Asilomar Revisited: Lessons for Today?” Science (2000) 287: 1584-5.
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Irving S. Johnson, “Human Insulin from Recombinant DNA Technology” Science (1983) 219: 632-7.
(8)
Paul Berg, “Asilomar and Recombinant DNA.” NobelPrize.org. August 26, 2004.
References for Reasons for Public Distrust
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US Department of Health and Human Services and US Department of Agriculture, "HHS and USDA Select Agents and Toxins." Revised November 17, 2008.
 
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Roxanne Khamsi. “Lab Loses Trio of Plague Mice.” Nature News. September 16, 2005.
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Plague-Infected Mice Missing from N.J. Lab.” ABC News. September 15, 2005.
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New Jersey: Newark: Infected Mice Missing from Lab.” The New York Times. September 16, 2005.
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“Mice Infected With Bubonic Plague Missing.” Associated Press. September 15, 2005.
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Press Release: NIAID Funds Construction of Biosafelty Laboratories. National Institute of Allergy and Infections Diseases, NIH, September 30, 2003.
 
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Judith Miller. "New Biolabs Stir a Debate Over Secrecy and Safety." The New York Times. February 10, 2004.
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Joan L. Ecklein and Claire Gosselin, “Building Biocontainment Laboratories 3 and 4 In Boston - The Fightback.” Women's International League for Peace and Freedom. Presented at the 6th Review Conference of the BTWC: November 27, 2006.
 
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John Dudley Miller, "NIH Sued by Boston Biolab Foes.” The Scientist. May 19, 2006.
(18)
Stephen Smith, "Bacterium Infected 3 at BU Biolab.” The Boston Globe. January 19, 2005.
(19)
Jonathan Finer, “Scientists' Exposure Casts Doubt on Boston Lab Plan.”The Washington Post. January 22, 2005.
(20) Scott Shane, “Exposure at Germ Lab Reignites a Public Health Debate.” TheNew York Times. January 24, 2005.
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Andrew Lawler, "Boston University Under Fire for Pathogen Mishap.” Science. (2005) 307: 501.
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