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November 2nd, 2007

Analysis: India's anti-bioterror plan

Abstract:
India, which has made progress in biotechnology, information technology, sensor technology and nanotechnology, could make effective use of them to strengthen biological defense techniques. The government is also considering conveying to the administrations of all top hospitals in the country with extensive research and development facilities to put in place emergency plans in case of an attack.

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