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AUTHOR INDEX:
and
INDEX of
INTERNATIONAL LABORATORIES
AND NBC SCHOOLS

1987 through 2004

 

A-E | F-J | K-O | P – Z

Labs and Schools

A-E

(Note: For this index the first issue of each year is always in February, issue 2 is April, issue 3 – June, issue 4 – August, issue 5 – October and issue 6 – December (Example: 97-1 = first issue in 1997)

Aberle, Jiri; Czech Detection of CW Agents in Gulf, 97-1.

Albery, Richard; NBC Training in the Royal Navy, 93-3; The New Phoenix NBCD School, 94-1.

Allen, Jeffrey; A US Approach to Combating Domestic Terrorism, 03-6.

Anet, Bernard; And What About Nuclear and Radiological Terrorism?, 01-2.

Ashash, E.; Bioassay for Evaluation of Exposure to Environmental Hazardous Agents, 97-1.

Babackova, L.; Central Active Cholinlytics and their Estimation by Capillary Zone Electrophoresis, 97-2.

Babievsky, Kirill K.; Eurochernobyl, 89-5; International Conference on Prohibition and Elimination of Chemical Weapons, 91-4.

Badawi, Abdel; Carbamates as CW Agents: Review of Toxicities and Structures, 95-6.

Bailey, Alan; Chemical Hardening of Equipment, 92-4.

Bajgar, Jiri; Treatment and Prophylaxis Against Nerve Agent Poisoning, 94-4; Interesting and Important Research, 96-2; Biological Effects of Highly Toxic Carbamates, 96-3; The Czechoslovakia CW/BW Effort, 96-4; The Choice: HI-6, Pralidoxime or Obidoxime Against Nerve Agents?, 97-4; Medical Protection Against CWA, 98-3; Shakespeare and BTWC: Words Apart, 98-4; Toxicology of PFIB, 98-5; Some Toxic Chemicals as Potential CWA – The Threat for the Future?, 98-6; A Combination of Pyridostigmine with Antocholinergic Drugs: Effective Pharmacological Pretreatment of Soman-Poisoned Mice, 01-3; Toxicological Conference in the Czech republic, 01-5; About the Military Medical Academy, Hradec Kralove, Czech Republic, 03-6; A tale for children, Verification Protocol to the BWC, 04-1; 4th Conference of Military Medical Dcotors and Pharmacists, 04-5.

Balali-Mood, Mahdi; Sulfur Mustard Poisoning: A Problem for Life, 89-6; Recent Clinical Findings of Sulfur Mustard Poisoning in Iranian Veterans; 03-4.

Barrass, Bryan C.; Summary of CBW Inspections in Iraq to Date, 91-5.

Bartoszcze, Michal; Gruinard Island : One of Many; 96-2; The Way to the Polish Bio-defense System, 02-4; The Problems of Protecting Food Against Biological Threats: Reference NATO Experiences, 03-3.

Bartholomew, Reginald (nom de plum); The CWC: Now Signed, 93-1; Preparatory Commission Update: 93-3; The Balkans and Chemical Warfare: A Possibility?, 95-5, Oct 95; Where have all the nasties gone?, 96-1; The Balkans and CW – is it avoidable?, 96-3; It is Time, 96-5; OPCW Inspector Training Begins, 97-1; The Integrity of a Nation, 97-2; CBW Colloquium: Past Human Trials of CBW Agents, 00-1; Iraq: the conundrum, 00-3; Enough is Enough, 00-4; On the Defensive Aspects of Chemical and Biological Warfare: A NATO Long Term Scientific Study, 01-1; The Anthrax Saga: A Different Scenario, 02-1.

Bartolome, Mariano; Chemical and Biological Terrorism in Latin America: The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Columbia , 03-5.

Batsanov, Serguei; Banning Chemical Weapons, Final Year of Negotiations?, 92-1; Organization for Coming Into Force of the CWC: Progress and Issues to be Solved, 95-2.

Benner, Robert; Gas Masks – Basic Facts, 2 part series 91-2.

Binenfeld, Zlatko; A Commentary on the Limitations of Present Oxime-Reactivators, 91-6; Production of CW by the Yugoslav Army at the Military Technical Institute: Mostar, 94-2; Tokyo CWA Incident; 95-3; Croatia is Prepared to Defend Against CW Strike, 95-4.

Black, Stephen; CBW Colloquium: Death of UNSCOM, 00-1;

Bogachkova, Bela; And the Children Suffer, 96-2.

Bokan, Slavko; Eco-Terrorism and Chemical Warfare without Chemical Weapons, 96-5; Eco-Terrorism: Chemical Warfare Without Chemical Weapons, 97-6; Possible Criteria for Selecting Human, Animal and Plant Pathogens and Toxins for the BTWC, 01-2; CBMTS loses a friend and a fellow professional, 01-5; Evaluation of Bioregulators as Terrorism and Warfare Agents, (abstract) 02-2; Evaluation of Bioregulators as Terrorism and Warfare Agents, (paper) 02-3; Nipah Virus as a Human and Animal Biological Terrorism and Warfare Agent, 03-1.

Boulet, Cam ; Celebrating 60 Years of CB Research at Defence Research Establishment Suffield (1941-2001), 01-4.

Bovallius, Ake; Sixth International Symposium on Protection Against CBW Agents, 97-5 and 97-6; NBC in the 21st Century, 97-6; Sixth CBWA Symposium, 98-2; Johan Santesson: 1944-2001, 01-3; UNMOVIC: An Update, 01-3.

Bovenkamp, John; Development of Penetrant Protective Carbon (PPC), 96-2; The Re-engineered and Consolidated CB Program at the Defence Research Establishment Suffield, 96-3.

Breen, John; Evaluation of Bioregulators as Terrorism and Warfare Agents, (abstract) 02-2; Evaluation of Bioregulators as Terrorism and Warfare Agents, (paper) 02-3.

Browder, Glen; Chemical and Biological Weapons: A Global Threat, 93-1.

Brodsky, B.; Bioassay for Evaluation of Exposure to Environmental Hazardous Agents, 97-1.

Buchanan, Ewen; UNMOVIC: An Update, 01-3.

Buckingham, Kelly; First International Symposium on Enzyme Technology to Aid in Chemical and Biological Defense, 01-4.

Cabal, J.; The Choice: HI-6, Pralidoxime or Obidoxime Against Nerve Agents?, 97-4; Toxicology of fluoroacetic acid and similar organofluorine aliphatic compounds, 99-4.

Calderón, Félix; Towards a New Logic in Real Disarmament, 93-5.

Caneva, Duane C.; Unternational Task Force-45 Meeting, 03-1.

Carey, Christopher; Focus on Respirators: The M-9 Family, 93-1; Focus on Respirators: The Canadian (SNC) C-4, 93-2; Desert CBW: Renewed attention to future protection requirements, 93-3; Focus on Respirators: The Swiss Type SM-90 and SM3, 93-6; Focus on Respirators: The Forsheda NBC Type F2, 94-3; The Curious Case of the Orphaned S-10s, 94-4; Focus on Respirators: Finnish Model 95, 96-6; Focus on Respirators: France's ARFA Series, 97-2; Focus Respirators: Two Hood Type NBC Respirators, 97-4.

Carpenter, Will; Chemical Proliferation and Disarmament: An Industry Perspective, 91-3; Implications of the CW Treaty for the U.S. Chemical Industry, 93-6.

Carter, Gradon B.; The Chemical and Biological Defense Establishment (CBDE) Porton Down••1916-1991, 91-4; The Microbiological Research Establishment and its Precursors at Porton Down: 1940-1979, 91-6; Part 2 – Microbiological Research Department and Establishment, 1946-79, 92-1; Cobwebs in CB Warfare, 93-1; The Legend of Fildes and the Heydrich Assassination, 96-4; North Atlantic Collaboration: Part I: The War Years, 96-6; North Atlantic Collaboration: Part II, The Post War Years; 97-2.

Cavrak, B.; Eco-Terrorism and Chemical Warfare without Chemical Weapons, 96-5; Eco-Terrorism: Chemical Warfare Without Chemical Weapons, 97-6.

Chen Ji-Sheng; Chemical Agents and Non-U.S. Developmental Activities: An Analysis, 90-3; Environmental Consequences of Modern Warfare, 91-4; Perspective on Chem Disarmament, 92-6; An Assessment on Chemical Terrorism (abstract), 03-3; Chemical, Biological Weapons and their Defense Equipment, 04-2 (a book review by Prof. Anthony Tu).

Chiang, Hsien-Yuan; Development of a detection system in the recent SARS outbreak, 03-4.

Chilcortt, Ian; The Chemical Weapons Demilitarization Conference: CWD2000, 99-6; Chem Weapons Demil Conference: CWD 2000, 00-1.

Chiibek, Roman; Anthrax Toxin: Deadly Triumvirate of Anthrax, 03-3.

Clark, Kevin; Chemical Hardening of Equipment, 92-4.

Coleman, Philip; South Africa 's Protechnik Laboratories, 92-6.

Cooper, Graham; A Treaty in Store, 90-6.

Crosby, David; Gas Masks – Basic Facts, 2 part series 91-2 and 91-2; Quantitative Respirator Fit Testing, 95-3; Protective Mask Life in Todays Military: 97-3.

D'Agostino, Paul; Development of a Chemical Agent Detection System (CADS) for Remote Detection, 91-5; The CB Instrumental Analytical Identification Project, 94-3; Celebrating 60 Years of CB Research at Defence Research Establishment Suffield (1941-2001), 01-4; Pacifichem 2005, 04-6.

Dando, Malcolm; BW in the 21st Century, 94-4; Looking Forward to Entry Into Force of the CWC: The Fifth Wilton Park Arms Control Seminar, 94-5.

Davey, Brian J.; Defensive CBW Project in South Africa, 92-6; South African CBW Defense School, 92-6; The Experience of CW in Southern Africa, 92-6; Verification of Alleged CW Incidents in Remote and Devloping Areas, 93-1; The “Steppage-Gait” Patients in Angola: Chemical Warfare?, 93-3; South African Preparations for National Implementation of the CWC, 94-1; Interviews During Investigations into Alleged Use of Chemical Weapons, 94-4; The African Regional Seminar On National Implementation of The CWC, 94-5; CBMTS Overview and OPCW Considerations, 98-6; Iranian Medical Authorities and the International Community Work Together Against Chemical Weapons, 00-3; Johan Santesson: A Tribute from the OPCW, 01-3.; Health and Safety issues During Implementation of the Chemical Weapons Convention: lessons learned during 5 years of OPCW operations, 03-5; CBMTS V: An Overview, 04-3.

Davison, William R.; Cryofracture, 92-3.

DeBell, Robert; The XIIIth World Congress of the International Society on Toxinology: Animal, Plant and Microbial Toxins, 00-5; Anthrax Vaccines: Future Targets, 02-2; The First Congress of the Bulgarian Association of Microbiologists, 03-3; International Conference on Protection Against Bioterrorism; and, the Biodefense System of the Medical Services of the Polish Armed Forces, 03-4; Progress in Research with the plcR Gene in Bacillus anthracis, 04-3.; How Dangerous is Influenza?, 04-5.

DeFrank, Joseph; Bacterial Enzymes for Decontamination of Organophosphate Nerve Agents, 96-2; First International Symposium on Enzyme Technology to Aid in Chemical and Biological Defense, 01-4.

Delaney, Katy; Battelle: Bringing Science & Technology to Protect and Defend – as well as Serve, 04-1; Battelle’s National Security Division, 04-5.

Dickson, Eva Gudgin; The Royal Military College of Canada, 99-5; Royal Military College of Canada, 01-4; Protecting the first responder against CB threats, 03-2.

Dishovski, Christophor; Sophia Toxic Gas Release, 04-2.

Djuric, Roman; The First Epidemy of Tularemia in FR Yugoslavia, 01-5.

Doctor, B.P.; Potential Applications of Immobilized ChE's: Tools for Protection, Decontamination, and Detection, 97-5; Scavenger Protection Against Organophosphates by Human Serum Butyrycholinesterase, (abstract) 02-3; Walter Reed Army Institute of Research (WRAIR), 02-5.

Dubuis, Benoit; Toxin Weapons: How Important the Threat, 95-3.

Duelfer, Charles; A report: Testimony to the US Congress on Iraqi WMD, 04-2.

Eaton, Douglas; Report on the First Gulf Symposium on Protection Against NBC Warfare, 99-5; Introducing the NBC Team Ltd., 01-5.

Eloff, Corlia C.; Objective Comparison of the Merits of Textile Tests: HD Vapor Test Methods, 92-3.

Elzer, Phil; Brucella Species as Potential BW (abstract), 03-3.

Erasmus, Cornelis; Protechnik Laboratories, 96-6; Report on the first African Seminar on Analytical Issues Related to the CWC, 99-6; NBC 2003: Symposium on Nuclear, Biological and Chemical Threats, 03-4; OPCW Designation for Protechnik Laboratories, 04-5.

ElZarka, Mohamed; Three Options for Chemical Defense, 91-3; Swedish Training Program: Hazardous Waste Management ‘92; Moscon 93: The Program, 93-3; Environmentally Sound Management of Toxic Chemicals, 93-4; Basel Convention on Control of Transboundary Movement of Hazardous Wastes & Their Disposal, 95-6.

Elzer, Philip; Brucella species as potential biological weapons, 03-5

Eremenkov, Arkady; Neuropathy Target Esterase in Whole Blood: Biomarker for Exposure to Neuropathic Organophosphorous Compounds, 02-5.

Espona, Maria José; Argentina : Response to a Chemical-Biological Attack, 02-4; Chemical and Biological Terrorism in Latin America: the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Columbia (abstract), 03-3; Chemical and Biological Terrorism in Latin America: The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Columbia (paper), 03-5; South American Project, 04-1.

Ezzat, Ali Esat; 4 CTOX: final report and summary of the meeting, 99-6.

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Fadoju, Solomon; The National Seminar On Chemical Weapons and the Chemical and Allied Industries, 94-6.

Falahati, Farahnaz; A 20 Year Cancer Related Mortality Follow-up Study of Mustard gas Exposed Iranian Victims, 04-4.

Fedorov, Lev; Volga Days 94, 95-1; Union for Chemical Safety, 95-1; Russia: Disposal of CW and Overcoming Ecological Consequences, 95-2; Concept for CW Disposal in Russia, 95-5; Russian V-Gas Production and Its Legacy, 95-6.

Feld, Vladimir; New, Purified ChE from Fish Blood Serum, 96-3; Effects of Temperature on ChE Storage, 98-3; Comments on “Some Toxic Chemicals as CW Agents”, 99-1; The Problem of Chemical Warfare Agents on the Bottom of the Baltic and North Seas , 01-1.

Ferguson , James; Protective Mask Life in Todays Military: 97-3.

Filbert, Margaret; The Medical Chemical Defense Bioscience Review, 02-4.

Fonnum, Frode; Division of Environmental Toxicology: Norwegian Defense Research Establishment, 91-4.

Foo, Cedric; (as provided by Dr. Lee Fook Kay), an address – Third SISPAT, 2-6 December 2002, Singapore , 02-6.

Foxon, Andrew; The UK Defence NBC Centre, 01-1

Franke, Siegfried; Aspects of Protection Against the Effects of Chemical Weapons, 94-3; A New Generation of Highly Effective and Biodegradable Non-Acqueous Decon Solution, 03-1 (Abstract) and 03-2 (Paper); Decontamination of Surfaces under the Influence of Humidity, 03-4.

Fuchs, Radovan; Large-Scale Appearance of Cobweb-Like Material During the War in Croatia in 1991, 97-3.

Fulachier, Georges; Chemical and Biological Disarmament Treaties and NBC Defence, 93-2.

Furth , M.; Bioassay for Evaluation of Exposure to Environmental Hazardous Agents, 97-1.

Fusek, J.; Treatment and Prophylaxis Against Nerve Agent Poisoning, 94-4; Biological Effects of Highly Toxic Carbamates, 96-3; A Combination of Pyridostigmine with Antocholinergic Drugs: Effective Pharmacological Pretreatment of Soman-Poisoned Mice, 01-3.

Gander , Terry; Bulgaria 's NBC Recce System, 94-2.

Gao Fang; Development of Chemical Protection Technology in China , 88-5.

Garrett, Benjamin C.; Ricin: A Case Study for the Treaty, 92-2; Pittcon ‘92, 92-3; Curious Case of the Croatian Cobwebs, 92-4; Croatian Cobwebs: An Update, 92-5; Croatian Cobwebs: Update 2, 92-6; Ricin: Cobwebs-The Dialog Continues, 93-1; A Cloud Over Zimbabwe, 93-1; Abandoned CW Stocks Uncovered in Washington, DC, 93-2; Moscon 93: Proves Russia on the Way to Chemical Disarmament, 93-3; Tony's Lab: Clandestine German Biological Warfare in the U.S., 93-4; Latvia Protest, 93-4; The IDM Workshop, 93-6; DOD Selects New Defense Czar; and, Czech BW, 94-2; U.S. Senate Holds Hearings on CWC: Opposition Emerges, 94-3; CW Almanac – this feature begins, 96-1; 96-2; 96-4; 96-5; 96-6, and is in each subsequent issue through 1999; Russian Scientists Create Unique CW Elimination Technology, 97-4; In Memorium: Martin Israilyevich Kabachnik (1908-1997), 98-2; Fifth International Symposium on History of Sino-Japanese Relations, 98-5.

Garstang, Mick; Acambis, 03-6 Smallpox vaccine: a new website resource for policymakers, 04-4.

Gee, John; The Chemical Weapons Convention and the PrepCom, 93-5; The OPCW/PrepCom Verification Division, 93-6; CWC: Preparing for Entry Into Force, 96-1.

Geissler, Erhard; Bisenthal Vaccine Initiative, 93-2; Towards a System of Global Biological Security, Part 1, 94-1; and part 2, 94-2; ProCEID: Program for Controlling Emerging Infectious Diseases, 95-2; Growing Support for ProCEID, 95-4; ProCEID: The Programme for Countering Emerging Infectious Diseases, 95-5; More about the Heydrich Assasination 96-6; Potato Beetles as Dual-Threat Agents: An Update, 96-6; Biological Warfare – not in Hitler's Arsenal, 98-2; A response to CW Almanac: ASA 98-1, 98-2; Biological and Toxin Weapons: R&D and Use from Middle Ages to 1945, 99-4; Anthrax and the Inadequacy of the Secret Services, 03-2; Anthrax und das Versagen der Gehimdienste, 03-3.

Gentry, Mary Kay; Dr. Doctor Receives Presidential Award, 97-3.

Ghanei, Mostafa; Late Hematologic Complications of Mustard Gas, 01-5; Long term Psycho-social Impact of a Chemical Weapons Attack on the Population of Sardasht, Iran, 04-3.

Gopalakakrishnakone, P.; The 10th World Congress on Animal, Plant and Microbial Toxins, 91-6.

Gordon, Richard; Potential Applications of Immobilized Cholinesterases: Tools for Protection, Decontamination, Detection, 97-5.

Gotovac, P.; Large-Scale Appearance of Cobweb-Like Material During the War in Croatia in 1991, 97-3.

Grencner, L.; Choice of Oxime for Treatment of Different Organophosphorous Compounds, 98-1.

Griffiths, Derek; Chemical Agents 3: A Commentary, 89-4; Eyeview of the Gulf from the UK; 90-5; The Moment of Truth, 91-1; The Pugwash Study Group on Chemical Warfare, 91-5; COPEX Continues to Cope with the Crowds, 91-6; Charcoal Cloth Comes of Age, 92-2; Some Stirring Thoughts on Sunny Stockholm, 92-4; Third Wilton Park Arms Control Seminar, 92-5; A Possible Outcome from UNSCOM, 93-3; A Quirk of the Convention, 93-6; Symposium on NBC Defence ‘94: The NBC Family Flocks to Friendly Finland, 94-3; A New Generation of NBC Overboots-The Mark 5 Makes Its Bow, 94-3; An Alternative to Activated Charcoal After Eight Decades?, 94-5.

Gu, Du-Xin; The Limitations of Present Oxime-Reactivators, 91-5; A Survey of Research on Medical Protection Against Nerve Agents, Part I; 94-6; Part II – Conclusion, 95-1.

Gualtiere, David; CW Verification: Must Confidential Business Information be at Risk, 95-2.

Guskov, Alexandr; Studies of Variola Virus Replication in Cell Cultures and Chick Embryo Chorion-allantois Membrane, 02-3.

Haefeli, Victor; Destruction of CWA with the Plasmox®-technology, 99-6.

Halámek, Emil; New Tammelin's Esters: Extremely Toxic OPs, 95-3; Addendum to New Tammelin's Esters, 95-4.

Hall, C.R.; Sudan CW? An Update from CBD, 00-3.

Hamilton, Murray; Toxins: The Emerging Threat, 98-3; Additional Funding Expands Research at the DRES, 99-3; Biotoxins: A CW problem masquerading as biological agents: Therapeutic Implications (abstract), 02-2; Establishing a Stockpile of Essential Medical Supplies: Actions and Issues, 04-2.

Hammond, Peter; Defence Vaccines: Changing Role and Profile of CAMR, 95-3.

Hanson, Eric; The Need for Protective Mask Testing, 01-3.

Harding , Kent ; The Re-engineered and Consolidated CB Program at the Defence Research Establishment Suffield, 96-3.

Hart, John; The CWC: Compliance Concerns and Challenge Inspections, 00-6; Preventing Health and Proliferation Problems Stemming from the Soviet BW Legacy in Central Asia, 01-3; The Treatment of Perfluorisobutylene under the Chemical Weapons Convention, 02-1; First Review Congress of the States Parties to the Chemical Weapons Convention, 03-3; Biological weapon nonproliferation and biosecurity workshops in Almaty (abstract), 03-3; Historical Note: 1934 Visit by Soviet CW Technical Mission to Italy, 04-1; Selected Considerations Regarding the Future Control of Chemical and Biological Weapons, 04-1; Biosafety, Biosecurity, and Nonproliferation Workshop for Central Asia and the caucasus, 04-5; Historical note: the Shikhany Central Scientific-Research [and] Experimental Institute of Radiological, Chemical and Biological Defense, 04-5.

Harwood, Colin; The Canadian National Pharmaceutical/Medical Stockpile Program (abstract), 03-3.

Hassan, Abdel; Carbamates as CW Agents: Review of Toxicities and Structures, 95-6.

Hauer, Jerome; Preparing for ChemicaL and Biological Terrorism: the New York City Model, 00-2.

Havel, J.; Central Active Cholinlytics and their Estimation by Capillary Zone Electrophoresis, 97-2; Capillary Electrophoresis Determination of Huperzine A: a Prospective Prophylactic Antidote Against Military Nerve Agents, 03-2.

Hefazi, Mehrdad; Recent Clinical Findings of Sulfur Mustard Poisoning in Iranian Veterans; 03-4.

Heyes, G.; Choice of Oxime for Treatment of Different Organophosphorous Compounds, 98-1.

Hincal, Filiz; A Review of Cutaneous Anthrax in Turkey : Experience of Hacettepe University Medical Center , 02-3; CBMTS-Industry III: Sector I: Hazard Management, 03-5.

Hinch, Jason; New Chemical Agent Detection System enters US Fleet, 00-4.

Hoffelner, Wolfgang; Disposal of CWA Residues and Munitions – A New Approach, 98-4; Destruction of CWA with the Plasmox®-technology, 99-6.

Hosseini, Ali Reza; A 20 Year Cancer Related Mortality Follow-up Study of Mustard gas Exposed Iranian Victims, 04-4.

Hotmar, Tomas; Capillary Electrophoresis Determination of Huperzine A: a Prospective Prophylactic Antidote Against Military Nerve Agents, 03-2.

Hough, Chris; Warfare Agent Disposal Site Identification, Characterization and cataloging, 02-4.

Huber, Ueli; The Swiss-Albanian Project to Destroy Old Toxic Military Chemicals in Albania , 03-3.

Humair, David; Future of Biotechnology and its Dark Side, 02-3.

Hutchings, Evan; Defense NBC Centre Winterbourne Gunner, 92-3.

Hutton, Matthew; Biochemicals as Threat Agents: A Perspective on Battlefield Applications, 89-2.

Janiak, Marek; International Conference on Protection Against Bioterrorism; and, the Biodefense System of the Medical Services of the Polish Armed Forces, 03-4.

Johnson, Jesse; CB Weapons Defense, 94-1.

Johnson-Thomas, Brian; Yugoslav Involvement in Libyan CBW, 96-1; Sa'aD 16 – Saddam's Missile Research Station, 96-5; Contaminate an Airliner, Can Do.Easily, 98-2.

Jovasevic-Stojanovic, Milena; Strength and Weakness of Pesticides as Potential Chemical Weapons to be used by Terrorists (abstract), 03-3.

Jukic, I. ; Eco-Terrorism and Chemical Warfare without Chemical Weapons, 96-5; Eco-Terrorism: Chemical Warfare Without Chemical Weapons, 97-6.

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Kaplan, Frédéric; EuroSatory 94, 94-2.

Karem, Mahmoud; The Case for Establishment of a Zone Free from Weapons of Mass Destruction in the Middle East, 91-2; Middle East Peace Talks: History May Never Repeat Itself, 92-2.

Karovd, Jindrich; CA Detection in the Gulf War, 99-2.

Kassa, Jiri; The Choice: HI-6, Pralidoxime or Obidoxime Against Nerve Agents?, 97-4; Huperzine A – Prospective Prophylactic Antidote Against OP Warfare Agent Poisoning, 99-2; A Combination of Pyridostigmine with Antocholinergic Drugs: Effective Pharmacological Pretreatment of Soman-Poisoned Mice, 01-3.

Katsva, Masha (Maria); CW Destruction in Russia: The Situation on the Eve of CWC Ratification, 96-5; Destroying Chemical Weapons: Technical Responses to Safety, Health and Environmental Concerns, 96-5; Workshop on Biological Weapons (BW) issues, 97-1; Chemical Demilitarization in Russia: Major Changes Ahead, 01-1.

Katzung, Walter; Disposal of M6 Handgranades Containing CN/DM Using Thermally Based Technology – PYROCAT, 98-1.

Kee, Krystin; The First Regional Meeting of National Authorities of States Parties of Asia , 03-6.

Kellman, Barry; A Legal Regime to Control Weapons Proliferation, 94-2; Interviews During Investigations into Alleged Use of Chemical Weapons, 94-4; CW Verification: Must Confidential Business Information be at Risk?, 95-2; CWC Implementation Act, 98-6; Making Biological Terorism an International Crime, 01-3.

Khateri, Shahriar; Statistical Views on Late Complications of Chemical Weapons on Iranian CW Victims, 01-4.; Long term Psycho-social Impact of a Chemical Weapons Attack on the Population of Sardasht, Iran, 04-3; A 20 Year Cancer Related Mortality Follow-up Study of Mustard gas Exposed Iranian Victims, 04-4.

Khaydarov, R.R.; Prevention of Gas Seeping into Buildings through Construction Materials: Chemical Terrorism Mitigation (abstract), 03-3.

Kobliha, Kobliha; New Tammelin's Esters: Extremely Toxic OPs, 95-3; Addendum to New Tammelin's Esters, 95-4.

Kochva, Elazar; The 11th World Congress on Animal, Plant and Microbial Toxins, 93-3.

Kocik, Janus; NATO ARW: Preparedness against bioterrorism and re-emerging infectious diseases, 03-1 (Part 1) and 03-2 (part 2).

Koh, Cheng; First SISPAT, 98-5; 2nd SISPAT, 00-1; 2nd Singapore International Symposium on Protection Against Toxic Substances, 00-1.

Kolesnikova, L.V.; Specific Features of Filovirus Infection in Respiratory Challenged Experimental Animals, 96-4; Immunosupression Features In Filovirus Infected Animals, 97-6.

Kononova, Julia; Studies of Variola Virus Replication in Cell Cultures and Chick Embryo Chorion-allantois Membrane, 02-3.

Korkishko, N.; New, Purified ChE from Fish Blood Serum, 96-3.

Koslow, Evan; Extruded Activated Carbon, 94-2; Ventilation Kinetics of Sealed Shelters, 00-5; The Theory is Right, the Conclusions are only Occasionally Wrong, 00-6.

Kowalczyk, Marek; The Military Institute of Hygiene and Epidemiology in Poland : Warsaw and Pulawy, 99-4; ASAI ‘99 in South Africa , 00-1.

Kratz-Wadsack, Gabriele; Iraq and BW: Capability – Infrastructure, Material, Equipment,: Experiences from UNSCOM inspections in Iraq January 1995- December 1998, (abstract) 02-2; Iraq 's BW Program, 02-4.

Kuo, Ming-Der; Development of a detection system in the recent SARS outbreak, 03-4.

Kurochkin, Ilya; Neuropathy Target Esterase in Whole Blood: Biomarker for Exposure to Neuropathic Organophosphorous Compounds, 02-5.

Kutsenko, S.; New, Purified ChE from Fish Blood Serum, 96-3.

Laidlaw, Bryan; Defense Research Establishment Suffield (50th Anniversary), 91-5.

Lako, Branislav; The First Epidemy of Tularemia in FR Yugoslavia, 01-5.

Laughlin, Leo; Comments on Sixth International Symposium on Protection Against CBWA, 98-3.

Laurie, Earl; AirBoss Defence, 01-4.

LeChene, Evelyn; Security of Populations from Criminal Use of the Eco-Terrorism, 94-4; Growing Danger of Biological Weapons, 00-5.

Lee, Fook Kay; First Singapore International Symposium for Protection Against Toxic Chemicals, 99-1; Second International Symposium for Protection Against Toxic Substances, 01-1.

Lee, Lionel; Singapore 's Defence Medical Research Institute (DMRI) Joins DSO National Laboratories, 03-6.

Lee, Randell; CWD99 Update, 99-2.

LeJeune, Keith; Potential Applications of Immobilized Cholinesterases: Tools for Protection, Decontamination, and Detection, 97-5.

Lenz, David; Potential Applications of Immobilized ChE's: Tools for Protection, Decontamination, and Detection, 97-5.

Lewis, Damien; Saddam's Secret Arsenal, 98-5; Sudan – CW?, 99-6.

Liang, Septimus; Overview on Development of PPC, 96-3.

Littig, P.; Choice of Oxime for Treatment of Different Organophosphorous Compounds, 98-1.

Lim, David; Keynote Address: Second International Symposium for Protection Against Toxic Sunbstances ( Singapore ), 01-1.

Lohs, Karlheinz; Toxic Military Wastes and the Challenge of Obsolete Chemical Munitions, 95-1.

Lon, Gee (nom de plum); Gas War Imminent; 93-1.

Long, Glen; Congratulations DRES from the 3M Canada Company, 01-4.

Lucic, Ana; Effectiveness of imidazole and quinuclidine derivatives on acetylcholinesterase inhibited by soman in vitro and in vivo, 96-1.

Lundy, Paul; Stress and the Production of CNS Effects of Pyridostigmine, 97-5; Additional Funding Expands Research at the DRES, 99-3.

Luoma, Greg; The Re-engineered and Consolidated CB Program at the Defence Research Establishment Suffield, 96-3.

Mahdi, Alfred; VETOXA: The Swiss-Albanian Project to Destroy Old Toxic Military Chemicals in Albania , 03-3.

Mahmoudi, Mahmoud; Recent Clinical Findings of Sulfur Mustard Poisoning in Iranian Veterans; 03-4.

Makhaeva; Galina; Neuropathy Target Esterase in Whole Blood: Biomarker for Exposure to Neuropathic Organophosphorous Compounds, 02-5; Delayed Neurotoxicity Risk Assessment In Vitro and In Vivo of O-alkyl-O Methylchlorformiminophenyl Phosphonates, 02-6.

Malinski, Marek; The Way to the Polish Bio-defense System, 02-4.

Malygin, Vladimir; Neuropathy Target Esterase in Whole Blood: Biomarker for Exposure to Neuropathic Organophosphorous Compounds, 02-5; Delayed Neurotoxicity Risk Assessment In Vitro and In Vivo of O-alkyl-O Methylchlorformiminophenyl Phosphonates, 02-6.

Manning, Garth; Phoenix NBCD School, 92-4.

Marcaillou, Agnés; UN Special Commission, Update: Iraq CBW Destruction, 92-6.

Markov, Alex B.; Canadian BW Agent Detection System Deployed in the Gulf, 91-5.

Martens, Hermann; Federal Armed Forces Scientific Institute for Protection Technologies, 97-1, (Part I) and 97-2, (Part II); Old Chemical Warfare Incineration Plants in Munster , 97-5.

Masek, Ivan; On the New Potential Supertoxic Lethal OP CWA with Intermediary Volatility, 94-5.

Matousek, Jiri; Regional Seminar: East European States, 94-3; On the New Potential Supertoxic Lethal OP CWA with Intermediary Volatility, 94-5; Int’l Defence Equip. Exhibition ‘94, 95-1; Appeal to Accelerate Process of Ratification of the CWC, 95-4; Comments on Problem of Proliferation of CW Outside of FSU, 95-4; A BTX-bomb for Reinhard Heydrich?: Doubts and Questions Remain, 96-5; 2nd International Workshop: CB Agents Detection and Decontamination, 97-4; CB Agents: Detection/Decontamination, 99-1; Radiation and Inactivation of Bioterrorism Agents (NATO ARW report), 04-2.

Maxwell, Don; Potential Applications of Immobilized Cholinesterases: Tools for Protection, Decontamination, and Detection, 97-5.

McCarthy, Stuart; Vanguard Response Systems, 04-3.

Medema, Jan; Comments on “Evaluation of Adsorbents and Protective Fabrics at Elevated Humidity”, 94-2; Training of OPCW Inspectors: Some Problems and Possible remedies, 95-6; Comments on Current Aspects of Detoxification of CWA, 96-1; A Possible Answer, 98-6; Testing Protective Clothing, Objective Methods and Pass/Fail Criteria for Mustard Agent Penetration, 99-1; Marius van Zelm, 00-5; Ventilation in Sealed Shelters, a response, The Theory is Right, but the Conclusion Wrong, 00-6; Technologies that make a difference in CB defence, 02-2.

Melling, Jack; Defence Vaccines: Changing Role and Profile of CAMR, 95-3

Mengel, William; Biochemicals as Threat Agents: A Perspective on Battlefield Applications, 89-2.

Melin, Lena; Terrorist Profiles: An Analysis Based on 920 Chemical Incidents, 02-4.

Meredith, Tim; WHO Public Health and Primary Care Actions to Respond to Chemical Incidents, 02-2.

Meselson, Matthew; Antichemical Protection: Its Potential and its Relation to the Spread of Chemical Weapons and their Elimination, 91-5; 1979 Soviet Anthrax Epidemic, 93-2; Note Regarding Source Strength, 95-3; Note Regarding Source Strength: An Update, 01-6.

Meyer, Claude; The Satory 90 Exposition, 90-5; France: The Army NBC School, 91-1, Feb 91; EuroSatory 92: French NBC Display, 92-3; EuroSatory 94, 94-2; An Analysis of the Role of the Observer of the Requesting State Party in Challenge Inspections, 94-4; Euro-Satory 1994, 94-5; The CEFFIAC (Trng Cntr), 95-2; French Chemical Detection: A New Family, 95-4.

McGeorge, Harvey J.; Iraq 's Chemical and Biological Arsenal, 91-1; CB Terrorism: Analyzing The Problem, 94-3.

Mierzejewski, Jerzy; Gruinard Island : One of Many; 96-2; The Birth of Prohibition of CB Weapons Use, 99-2.

Mika, Otakar; International Course for Chemical Specialists, 96-1; CA Detection in the Gulf War, 99-2; CHEMDET: 2000, An All-Russian Demilitarization Conference, 00-6; The Prohibition of Bacteriological (Biological) and Toxin Weapons and the Struggle Against Biological Terrorism in the Czech Republic , 02-5.

Moon, John Ellis van Courtland; Chemical Arms Control: 1915-1945, 92-5; Iraq and the Future of Challenge Inspection, 93-1; BW Allegations: The Korean War Case, 93-4; XV Kühlungsborn Colloquium: Biological Warfare (BW) Policy and Planning in World War ll, 94-6; The Iraqi Dilemma, 98-2; A Review “The U.S. and BW: Secrets from the Early Cold War and Korea”, 99-2; Biological and Toxin Weapons: R&D and Use from Middle Ages to 1945, 99-4; Biological and Toxin Warfare: Lessons From History, 00-2; Weapons of Mass Destruction: A Movement Toward the End of War, 00-6; Chemical and Biological Terrorism: Reflections on the Wilton Park Conference, 9-11 February 2001, 01-2; A Review “Scourge: The Once an Future Threat of Smallpox by Jonathan Tucker”, 01-5; A Review “Germs: Biological Weapons and America's Secret War. By Judith Miller, Stephen Englelberg and William Broad”, 01-6.

Moore, David; Long Term Health Effects of Low Dose Exposure to Nerve Agent, 98-2; World Congress on Chemical and Biological Terrorism: Report on the Pre-Congress Workshop, 01-3; CBMTS-Industry III: Sector I: Hazard Management, 03-5; Zoonotic Diseases, Bioterrorism and Agroterrorism: Prevention by preparedness, 04-4.

Morgan-Jones, David; Synopsis of Recent Changes in the U.K.s Medical Defence Doctrine, 95-1.

Mountford, Richard; Protective Clothing for Civil Emergency Teams – the Way Forward to Meet the New Challenge, 03-1.

Mozzicato, Antonio; Chemical Warfare: From PreHistory to the Nineteenth Century, Part 1, 93-2; Part 2 – Romans, Byzantines, and Muslims, 93-3.

Myles, Stewart; The Re-engineered and Consolidated CB Program at the Defence Research Establishmnet Suffield, 96-3; Minitube Air Sampling, 97-4.

Nadeau, Jean-Guy; The New Phoenix NBCD School, 94-1.

Nass, Meryl; Anthrax Vaccine and Prevention of BW, 98-2; BW and Vaccines: Anthrax, 98-4; Third International Conference on Anthrax – Plymouth, UK, 98-5; BW and Vaccines: Anthrax, 99-2.

Netesov, Sergey; Filoviruses: the Modern State of the Problem, 97-2; Development of a Network of International Centers to Combat Infectious Diseases and Bioterrorism Threats, 99-1; World Congress Chem/Bio Terrorism: Report on Sector B Problem Definition, 01-5; Crisis Mangement: Expediting Information and Resource Flow via a Global Incident Analysis and Alerting System (GIAAS) for CBR, 02-6; Crisis Management: Expediting Information Flow via the Global Incident Analysis and Alerting System (GIAAS) for CBRN, 03-2.

Newton , Richard; Comments on “Evaluation of Adsorbents and Protective Fabrics at Elevated Humidity”, 94-3.

Niemcewicz, Marcin; The Way to the Polish Bio-defense System, 02-4; The Problems of Protecting Food Against Biological Threats: Reference NATO Experiences, 03-3.

Nieminen, Kari; NBC 2000: A Summary, 00-5; NBC Threats – A Crisis Management Challenge (Symposium), 02-4; NBC 2003: A Report, 03-4.

Nitescu, L.; West Nilr Encephalitis in New York , 00-2.

Nolan, Richard; Establishing a Stockpile of Essential Medical Supplies: Actions and Issues, 04-2; CBMTS V: Incidence and Consequence Management, 04-3; SISPAT/CBMTS: Stockpile Workshop Overview, 04-5.

Nyska, A.; Bioassay for Evaluation of Exposure to Environmental Hazardous Agents, 97-1.

Olimpio, Guido; Proliferation: Reality and the Middle East – An Overview, 93-4; Terrorism's New Reality, 93-5; Middle East: Update, 93-6; The Greek Terrorist Group “17 November”, 94-1; C+B+Missles+Terrorists = Qadafi's Lethal Combo, 94-4; A Walk Through the Valley, 94-5; Forecast ‘95: The Middle East remains the epicenter, 94-6; Forecast ‘96: How Goes the Middle East, 95-6; Report on Terrorism and Unconventional Warfare, 96-4; Part II: Ex Yugoslavia, 96-5; The Trail of Terrorists and 11 September, 01-5.

Olofsson, Goeran; 2nd Workshop on BC Detection, 97-2.

Olson, Kyle; Chemical Proliferation and Disarmament: An Industry Perspective, 91-3; Paris ‘93: Signing the CWC, 93-1.

Orehovec, Zvonko; Eco-Terrorism and Chemical Warfare without Chemical Weapons, 96-5; Eco-Terrorism: Chemical Warfare Without Chemical Weapons, 97-6; Evaluation of Bioregulators as Terrorism and Warfare Agents, (paper) 02-3.

Otter, Tim; NBC ( UK ): Marketing Group for UK NBC Defence Equipment, 97-3.

Oudmayer, Huub; Testing Protective Clothing, Objective Methods and Pass/Fail Criteria for Mustard Agent Penetration, 99-1.

Oudraat, Chantal de Jonge; UNIDIR, 93-2.

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Pagotto, Jack; Defense Research Establishment Ottawa (50th Anniversary), 91-5.

Palmer, C.; Long term Psycho-social Impact of a Chemical Weapons Attack on the Population of Sardasht, Iran, 04-3.

Palomeque, Maria; Dart Poison Frogs and Their Toxins, 99-5.

Pate, Jason; Center for Nonproliferation Studies: Monterey Institute of International Studies, 98-2.

Patocka, Jiri; Biological Effects of Highly Toxic Carbamates, 96-3; Central Active Cholinlytics and their Estimation by Capillary Zone Electrophoresis, 97-2; Toxicology of PFIB, 98-5; Sea Anemone Toxins; 99-1; Huperzine A – Prospective Prophylactic Antidote Against OP Warfare Agent Poisoning, 99-2; Toxicology of fluoroacetic acid and similar organofluorine aliphatic compounds, 99-4; Dart Poison Frogs and Their Toxins, 99-5; Abrin and Ricin – Two Dangerous Poisonous Proteins, 01-4; Botulinum Toxin: From Poison to Medicinal Agent, 02-1; Brief Review of Natural Nonprotein Neurotoxins, 02-2; Capillary Electrophoresis Determination of Huperzine A: a Prospective Prophylactic Antidote Against Military Nerve Agents, 03-2; Anthrax Toxin: Deadly Triumvirate of Anthrax, 03-3.

Paul, Florin; West Nile Encephalitis in New York , 00-2.

Peña-Méndez, Eladia; Capillary Electrophoresis Determination of Huperzine A: a Prospective Prophylactic Antidote Against Military Nerve Agents, 03-2.

Pearson, Graham S.; The CBW Spectrum, 90-1; The Chemical Defense Establishment, 90-3; Gruinard Island Returns to Civil Use, 90-5; New Name for Porton Down, 91-3; Chemical Protection and Verification: Complimentary Partners, 93-1; CWC Declarations and Investigations of Allegations, 93-4; The CBDE Porton Down: Protecting Through Scientific Understanding, 95-1; Fifth Symposium on Protection Against CWA: An Overview, 95-4; Growing Support for ProCEID, 95-4; On Course for Strengthening the BTWC, 95-5; North Atlantic Collaboration: Part I: The War Years, 96-6; Way Forward for Ad Hoc Group of BTWC, 97-1; Fourth Review Conference of BTWC, 97-1; North Atlantic Collaboration: Part II, The Post War Years, 97-2; Rolling Text for the BTWC Verification Protocol, 97-4; Strengthening the BWC: A NATO ASI in Budapest, 97-4; Cuban Allegation of BW Attack, 97-5; Past BW facilities: Opportunity for Ad Hoc Group, 97-6; Action Plan for AHG of BTWC, 98-1; BTWC AHG Gains Political Momentum, 98-2; Cuban Allegation of BW Attack: Final Report, 98-2; International Coop and Assist under CWC/BTWC, 98-3; Further BTWC Ad Hoc Progress, 98-4; A Strengthened BTWC: Three Specialist Conferences, 98-4 and 98-5; AHG Moves into High Gear for 1999, 98-6; NATO Workshops in Prague: October 1998, 99-1; Ad Hoc Group Progress on Visits, 99-2; NATO Workshop in Moscow: December 1998, 99-2; Ad Hoc group Quickens Pace, 99-4; BTWC Security Implications of Human, Animal and Plant Epidemiology, 99-4; Further Ad Hoc Group Progress, 99-5; Ad Hoc Group Final Year?, 99-6; Ad Hoc Group: Continued Progress, 00-1; Ad Hoc Group Protocol is within Reach, 00-3; Maximizing the Security Benefits from Technical Cooperation in Microbiology and Biotechnology, 00-4; Ad Hoc Group: Resolving the Remaining Issues, 00-5; Scientific and Technical Implications of the Implementation of the BTWC Protocol (NATO ARW), 00-6; The BTWC Protocol: The Final Stage, 01-2; US Rejection of the Protocol at the Eleventh Hour Endangers Collective Security Against Biological Weapons, 01-4; Gruinard Island Returns to Civil Use, 01-5; 21 Years of CBW Protection: A Changing World, 04-3.; BTWC Meeting of Experts, Geneva 19-30 July 2004, 04-4), The Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention: Its Current Status and Prospects, 04-5.

Penrose, Warwick; Meeting the Radiological Threat: A Crisis Management Guide for First Responders (abstract), 03-3.

Persson, Kurt; Chemical Protection Symposium IV, 92-1; Chem Prot Sym IV: The Papers, 92-2; Chem Prot Sym IV: Welcome to Stockholm, 92-3; The Fifth International Symposium on Protection Against CBWA, Stockholm, Sweden 11-16 Jun 1995, 94-6; Fifth Symposium, 95-1; Fifth Symposium, 95-2; Fifth Symposium, 95-3; 5th Symposium: A Success, 95-4; CBW Protection Symposium VI, 97-4; Sixth International Symposium on Protection Against CBW Agents, 97-5, and 97-6; CBWA Protection Symposium VI, 98-1; Sixth CBWA Symposium, 98-2; CBW Protection Symposium VII, initial announcement, 99-6; CBW Protection Symposium VII, 00-5; CBW Protection Symposium VII, 01-2; The CBW Protection Symposium: 18 Years in the Service of Peace, 01-3; Seventh Intenational Symposium on Protection Against Chemical and Biological Warfare Agents, 01-3; 7th Symposium on Protection against Chemical and Biological Warfare Agents: A Summary from the organisers, 01-4; CBW Protection Symposium VIII, 03-6; CBW Agent Protection Sympoium VIII, 04-1; 8th Int’l Symposium on Protection Against CBW Agents, 04-: A Summary, 04-3; The Opening Remarks by His majesty King Carl XVI Gustaf (8th Protection Aganist CBW Agent Symposium) (04-3).

Persson, Sven-Åke; Fifth Symposium on Protection Against CBWA; 95-1; Fifth Symposium, 95-2; Fifth Symposium, 95-3; Some Aspects on Agents for Law Enforcement, 96-5.

Pike, David; NBC Symposium at the Royal military College of Science, 97-3; Racal Does It Again; 98-2; Focus on Individual and Logistic Water Drinking Equipment in NBC Contaminated Environment, 98-2; CBDE/DERA Porton Down, 99-6; Microbiological Containment for the 21st Century: the Henderson Building, 00-2.

Pike, Steven; The CAMSIM, 98-1.

Pitschmann, Vladimir; Chemical Warfare Agents in Czechoslovakia before WW II, 01-5.

Pittman, John V.; Chemicals in the Desert, 90-5.

Plavsic, F.; Large-Scale Appearance of Cobweb-Like Material During the War in Croatia in 1991, 97-3.

Polster, Claus-Peter; Managing the Threat of Anthrax in the Mail: Occupational health Principles, 02-3.

Portmann, Rudolf; CBMTS III: A Summary, 00-3; Proposed Declarations A Big Step Ahead: Technology for Verication is Not Yet There, 01-4.

Price, Barbara; Chinese Academy of Military Medical Sciences P.L.A., 90-4; Vaccines for Peace, 92-5; A Source of New Chemical, Biological and Toxin Weapons?, 93-2; Missiles and Chemicals: An Expensive Mixture, 93-4; The CWC: An Industry Perspective, 94-3; The Finnish CWC School-A CW Verification Finnishing School, 94-4; Similarities Between USEPA and CWC Inspections and Testing, 94-5; The Eleventh World Congress on Animal, Plant and Microbial Toxins, 94-6; Russia: A Land of Environmental Irresponsibility and World Class Environmental Catastrophes, 94-6; Fifth International Symposium, 95-4; ASA-ESG Joins Int'l Solid Waste Recycling Team, 95-5; BioScope: Diseased Cities and Bunnies Demonstrate Vulnerability, 95-6; BioScope:, 96-1; 96-2; 96-3; 96-4; 96-5; 96-6 and each subsequent issue through 2003; Second CB MTS: Highlights, 96-5; Mini-CBMTS/PMMA I, a report, 97-3; CBMTS – Middle East I, 98-1; Antidotes, Protectors, Decorporators – a new approach in the area of disarmament, a report, 98-2; BW and Vaccines: Anthrax, 98-4; SRC Vector's Elena Ryabchikova visits ASA, 98-5; Strengthening the BWC – BIO and the Protocol, 98-5; CBW Colloquium: Weaponeering is not Simple, 00-1; Canadian NBC Alliance: US & Canada Industry/Government Exchange, 00-3; Brief Nomenclature Review: Phosphate, Phosphonate, phosphorous, phosphorus, 01-1; Conforming to the CWC is not Easy and not Cheap, 01-2. And all Bioscope Articles

Price, Richard M.; The Third World and Chemical Warfare, 88-5; Middle East, 89-2; Iraqi Actions, U.S. Response, 90-2; Iraq – A Profile, 90-5; Geneva 1, 92-2; Geneva 2, 92-3; A Balkan Nightmare with CW Potential, 92-4; Balkan Nightmare: ASA Intell Report, 92-5; The South African Bomb: A Lesson to be Learned?, 93-2; Burma and Biologicals; BW?, 95-2; PTS Mission Nears Completion as OPCW/CWC Becomes Reality, 97-2; The Integrity of a Nation, 97-2; Anatomy of a Ratification, 98-1; One Year — Non-Stop for OPCW Verification Effort, 98-3; OPCW International Cooperation Programs, 98-5; Workshop: Logistics Issues on Delivery of Assistance under Article X of the CWC, 00-5; Conforming to the CWC is not Easy and not Cheap, 01-2; Dr. Rudolf Portmann Retires: Almost, 01-2; Crisis Mangement: Expediting Information and Resource Flow via a Global Incident Analysis and Alerting System (GIAAS) for CBR, 02-6; The Other Side of the Question: A Side Not Answered, 04-1. .

Prodanovic, Radivoje; The First Epidemy of Tularemia in FR Yugoslavia, 01-5.

Prymula, Roman; Anthrax Toxin: Deadly Triumvirate of Anthrax, 03-3.

Puu, Gertrud; Johan Santesson: 1944-2001, 01-3; 7th Symposium on Protection against Chemical and Biological Warfare Agents: A Summary from the organisers, 01-4. ; 8th Int’l Symposium on Protection Against CBW Agents, 04-1; 8th Int’l Symposium on Protection Against CBW Agents, 04-: A Summary, 04-3.

Rassadkin, Yu; Immunosupression Features In Filovirus Infected Animals, 97-6.

Rautio, Marjatta; International Round-Robin Tests for the Verification of Chemical Disarmament, 91-3; The Finnish Training Course: An Update, 93-4; International Interlaboratory Round-Robin Tests Coordinated by Finland, 93-4; NBC 2000 Symposium Opening Remarks, 00-5; Analysis of Samples from Sudan, 00-5.

Reiner, Elsa; Third International Meeting on Esterases Reacting Organophosphate Compounds, 98-4; A Field-test for Detecting Organophosphorus Compounds in Drinking Water, 01-6; Variants of Human Serum Esterases Reacting with Organophosphates, Carbamates or Pyridinium Oximes, 02-4; Cholinesterase Activity Assays: An Overview of Procedures Suggested for Human Whole Blood Anaysis (abstract), 03-3; CBMTS V: Chemical and Medical Aspects, 04-3.

Reinhard, Donald R.; Cryofracture, 92-3.

Ricaud, Pierre; Ricaud, Pierre; EuroSatory 92, 92-2. White paper on French Defense 1994 and the Chemical Threat, 95-2.

Richardson, Rudy; Neuropathy Target Esterase in Whole Blood: Biomarker for Exposure to Neuropathic Organophosphorous Compounds, 02-5; Delayed Neurotoxicity Risk Assessment In Vitro and In Vivo of O-alkyl-O Methylchlorformiminophenyl Phosphonates, 02-6.

Ristanovic, Elizabeta; The First Epidemy of Tularemia in FR Yugoslavia, 01-5.

Roberts, Adrian ; Comments on “Evaluation of Adsorbents and Protective Fabrics at Elevated Humidity”, 94-2.

Robinson, David; Development and Availability of BW Vaccines, 04-2; CBMTS V: Biological and Radiological Aspects, 04-3.

Robinson, Julian Perry; Verifying a Ban on Chemical Warfare Weapons, 88-3; Antichemical Protection: Its Potential and its Relation to the Spread of Chemical Weapons and their Elimination, 91-5, Oct 91; The CWC-One Year Later, 94-1; Where is the Chemical Weapons Convention Now?, 95-5.

Rosenberg, Barbara Hatch; Bioterrorism: Mitigation or Prevention?, 99-4; US Shadow Hovers over the BWC Protocol, 01-2.

Rountree, Tom; Pressure Swing Adsorption Systems, 94-1.

Rump, Slawomir; Protection of Military Personnel, Civilian Population and Environment Against Contaminations, 94-6; Treatment and Prophylaxis Against Nerve Agent Poisoning, 95-1; The Military Institute of Hygiene and Epidemiology in Poland : Warsaw and Pulawy, 99-4; ASAI ‘99 in South Africa , 00-1.

Runn, Per; Verification of Non-Scheduled Chemicals Under the CWC, 95-4.

Russell, Alan; Potential Applications of Immobilized Cholinesterases: Tools for Protection, Decontamination, and Detection, 97-5.

Ryabchikova, Elena; Laboratory of Ultrastructure and Pharmacology: Institute of Molecular Biology “Vector”, 95-2; Ebola Virus Infection in Guinea Pigs: Presumable Role of Granulomatous Inflammation in Pathogenesis, 95-6; Specific Features of Filovirus Infection in Respiratory Challenged Experimental Animals, 96-4; Immunosupression Features In Filovirus Infected Animals, 97-6.; Smallpox Stay of Execution Presents an Opportunity, 99-3; Dangerous Viruses (edited by Elena Ryabchikova), 00-1; Marburg and Ebola Virus Studies: A Symposium, 00-5; Marburg and Ebola Virus Studies: A Symposium, 00-6; The First International Conference on Bacterial and Viral Virulence Factors, 00-6; Studies of Variola Virus Replication in Cell Cultures and Chick Embryo Chorion-allantois Membrane, 02-3; Marburg and Ebola Viruses: A View of Infection Using Electron Microscopy, 03-4.

Saghafinia, Amir; Emergency Treatment of Chemical Weapons Casualties: Field Experiences, 91-3.

Sahin, Güsen; Ünal, Serhat; A Review of Cutaneous Anthrax in Turkey : Experience of Hacettepe University Medical Center , 02-3.

Sanderford, Douglas ; WMD Terrorism and the Role of the First Responders (Part 1), 99-2; and Part 2, 99-3.

Sandakhchiev, Lev; Development of a Network of International Centers to Combat Infectious Diseases and Bioterrorism Threats, 99-1.

Santesson, Johan; Investigations on the Alleged Use of Chemical Weapons, 89-1; Provisional Technical Secretariat Goes on the Net, 95-4.

Sardas, Semra; The 4th Congress of Toxicology in Developing Countries: First Announcemen and Invitation, 98-2; 4th Congress of Toxicology Update, 99-2; 4 CTOX: final report and summary of the meeting, 99-6.

Sawyer, T.W.; Additional Funding Expands Research at the DRES, 99-3.

Sergeev, A.N.; Specific Features of Filovirus Infection in Respiratory Challenged Experimental Animals, 96-4.

Schneider, Fred; Switzerland is Prepared, 89-6; Outlook 1992, 91-6 and Issue Switzerland, 91-6; Swiss Civil defense: New Guidelines for 1995, 92-2; Decontamination of Chemical Warfare Agents, 92-3; Damocles; Salon International De La Defense Civil, 92-5; Damocles, CD Exhibition and Pictures, 92-6; The CWC: A Consequence of Signature?, 93-2; Civil Defense in Poland, 93-5; Terrorism: A Chronology of the Tokyo Subway Incident, 95-4; New Member of Family • Datwyler's Overboot, 95-5; DSA 96: The 5th Defence Service Asia, 96-3; International Defence Exhibition (IDEX 97), 97-1; IDEX 97: Interest in NBC Protection Disappears, 97-2; NC-Laboratory Spiez Visited by UN Sec General Annan, 97-5; BW: Cuba the U.S., 97-5.

Shatz, I. ; Bioassay for Evaluation of Exposure to Environmental Hazardous Agents, 97-1.

Shulga, Victor; Terroristic Attacks with CW Agents and the Toxicological Aspects of Investigation (abstract), 03-3.

Sigolaeva, Larisa; Neuropathy Target Esterase in Whole Blood: Biomarker for Exposure to Neuropathic Organophosphorous Compounds, 02-5.

Simeon-Rudolf, Vera; Variants of Human Serum Esterases Reacting with Organophosphates, Carbamates or Pyridinium Oximes, 02-4.

Sizemore, Thomas; CB Threat and Crisis Management Solutions Seminar, 02-3.

Sohrapour, Hamid; Current Status of Mustard Gas Victims in Iran , 95-2.

Sohns, Torsten; Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction: A Challenge for Decision Makers, 99-3; Defense Against Biological Terrorism, 99-5.

Sokolov, Vladimir; Delayed Neurotoxicity Risk Assessment In Vitro and In Vivo of O-alkyl-O Methylchlorformiminophenyl Phosphonates, 02-6.

Sokunova, Elena; Studies of Variola Virus Replication in Cell Cultures and Chick Embryo Chorion-allantois Membrane, 02-3.

Soroush, Mohammad Reza; A 20 Year Cancer Related Mortality Follow-up Study of Mustard gas Exposed Iranian Victims, 04-4.

Spasic, Miroslav; The First Epidemy of Tularemia in FR Yugoslavia, 01-5.

Spiers, Edward M.; Security Implications of a Chemical Weapons Ban, 90-3; Chemical Disarmament Policy of the Bush Administration, 92-1; Chemical and Biological Weapons: Prospects for 1995, 94-6; CB Terrorist Threat, 96-2; Chem-Bio Counter-Terrorism in Britain : A Distinctive Approach, 00-3.

Splino, Miroslav; Botulinum Toxin: From Poison to Medicinal Agent, 02-1; Anthrax Toxin: Deadly Triumvirate of Anthrax, 03-3.

Staginnus, Bernd; Federal Armed Forces Scientific Institute for Protection Technologies, 97-1, (Part I) and 97-2 (Part II).

Stephen, P. (and F. Wind, C. Pezrone, and LTC Lintihac); Chemical Detection Function of the French NBC Reconnaissance Vehicle: On the Test Bed, 96-1.

Stock, Thomas; SIPRI's CBW Project: New Challenges? 94-1; Disposal of CWA Residues and Munitions – A New Approach, 98-4; Destruction of CWA with the Plasmox®-technology, 99-6.

Streda, Ladislav; Brief Review of Natural Nonprotein Neurotoxins, 02-2.

Strunecka, Anna; Sea Anemone Toxins, 99-1.

Suda, Akio; The Destruction of Abandoned Chemical Weapons in China , 00-6.

Svedberg, Lars; The NBC School of Sweden, 91-6.

Svetlakova, Mary; Russian V-Gas Production and Its Legacy, 95-6.

Swenker, Gerard; The Netherlands and Personal NBC Protection: Procurement Projects Concluded, In-Process and Planned, 95-3; Personal NBC Protection: Procurement Projects Concluded, in-process and planned, 96-3.

Sykes, Lew; The Washington NBC Scene: ADPA's NBC Contamination Survivability Symposium, 91-5.

Szinicz, L.; The Choice: HI-6, Pralidoxime or Obidoxime Against Nerve Agents?, 97-4; Choice of Oxime for Treatment of Different Organophosphorous Compounds, 98-1; 4th Chemical Medical Defence Conference “Clinical Management of Poisoning with OP Compounds”, 99-3.

Taborsky, V.; Eco-Terrorism: Chemical Warfare Without Chemical Weapons, 97-6.

Talpo, Roberto; Iraq 's CW "Gone with the Storm", 91-2; The Italian NBC Organization: An Overview, 91-6; The 1st NBC Battalion “ Etruria ”, 92-1; Military, Technical, Chemical, Physical and Biological Center, 92-2.

Tanzman, Edward; CWC Implementation Act, 98-6.

Thornton, William; Iraqi Chemical Preparedness in the Gulf War – Part 1, 93-4; Part 2, 93-5.

Tilley, Richard; Phoenix NBCD School, 92-4; NBC Training in the Royal Navy, 93-3.

Tonkopii, Valerii (and N. Korkishko); New, Purified ChE from Fish Blood Serum, 96-3.

Töpher, Hans-Joachim; Current Aspects of Detoxification of CWA, 95-5; New Generation of Decontamination Systems for Large Vehicles, 97-4; Future-Oriented Technological Solutions from Kärcher for Effective NBC Defence, 01-3; A New Generation of Highly Effective and Biodegradable Non-Acqueous Decon Solution, 03-1 (abstract) and 03-2 (paper); Decontamination of Surfaces under the Influence of Humidity, 03-4; TEP 90 – a new highly mobile compact decontamination system, 04-4.

Tourison, Ken; Biorefractometer™ biosensor, 95-3.

Trapp, Ralf; Verification of Non-Production of Chemical Weapons, 89-3.

Tu, Anthony T; The 9th European Symposium on Animal, Plant and Microbial Toxins, 91-1; 3rd International Symposium: Neurotoxins in Neurobiology, 91-4; NBC Books in Japan, 04-3; NBC Books in China, 04-4; The Asia-Pacific Intercity Symposium on Anti-Bioterrorism, 04-5.

Tusarova, Ivana; New Tammelin's Esters: Extremely Toxic OPs, 95-3; Addendum to New Tammelin's Esters, 95-4.

Ünal, Serhat; A Review of Cutaneous Anthrax in Turkey : Experience of Hacettepe University Medical Center , 02-3.

Ungureanu, A.; West Nile Encephalitis in New York , 00-2.

Vachek, J.; Treatment and Prophylaxis Against Nerve Agent Poisoning, 94-4; A Combination of Pyridostigmine with Antocholinergic Drugs: Effective Pharmacological Pretreatment of Soman-Poisoned Mice, 01-3.

van Zelm, Marius; Prins Maurits Laboratory (PML), The Netherlands Organization (TNO), 88-5.

Vanninen, Paula; Analysis of Samples from Sudan , 00-5.

Vargas, G.; Central Active Cholinlytics and their Estimation by Capillary Zone Electrophoresis, 97-2.

Vesely, Keith; Sector A Report: General Overview to Chemical and Biological Terrorism, 01-4.

Vikar, Dusan; International Course for Chemical Specialists, 96-1; The Prohibition of Bacteriological (Biological) and Toxin Weapons and the Struggle Against Biological Terrorism in the Czech Republic , 02-5.

Voicu, Victor; Antidotes, Protectors and Decorporators: A New Approach, 98-1.

von Eyken, Pedro; Argentina 's Non-proliferation Policy for Nuclear, Chemical and Biological Weapons, 02-6.

Wadhwa, Anil; CWC: Off to a Sound Start, 97-3; Progress in The Hague : OPCW takes confident strides forward, 97-5; Is Multilateral Disarmament Succeeding?, 98-1.

Watson, Rex; Overcast with Outbreaks of Yellow Rain, 92-5.

Webb, Greg; The Arms Control Reporter, 93-3.

Weigel, Holger; Disposal of CWA Residues and Munitions – A New Approach, 98-4; Destruction of CWA with the Plasmox®-technology, 99-6.

Weisman, Y.; Bioassay for Evaluation of Exposure to Environmental Hazardous Agents, 97-1.

White, Donald H.; Military Pressure Swing Adsorption Systems Come of Age, 92-2.

Wicki, Anton; The Issue of Botulism (abstract), 03-3.

Widman, R.; Choice of Oxime for Treatment of Different Organophosphorous Compounds, 98-1.

Williams, Thomas D.; U.S. CW Preparedness: Who Cares and Who Does Not, 93-6.

Woodall, John; Early Warning Network for Outbreaks of BT-Related Agents and Toxins, (abstract) 02-2; Crisis Mangement: Expediting Information and Resource Flow via a Global Incident Analysis and Alerting System (GIAAS) for CBR, 02-6; Civilian Relief after Release of Weapons of Mass Destruction, 03-1.

Worek, F.; Choice of Oxime for Treatment of Different Organophosphorous Compounds, 98-1.

Wormser, U.; Bioassay for Evaluation of Exposure to Environmental Hazardous Agents, 97-1.

Wouters, Marc; Belgian Army Division NBC, 94-2.

Wulff, Kräuff; Dart Poison Frogs and Their Toxins, 99-5.

Zanders, Jean Pascal; Dealing with Chemical Weapons Dumped in Bodies of Water, 01-6.

Zeftel, Leo; Implications of the CW Treaty for the U.S. Chemical Industry, 93-6.

Zhuravleval, Lyudmila; Neuropathy Target Esterase in Whole Blood: Biomarker for Exposure to Neuropathic Organophosphorous Compounds, 02-5.

Zöllich, H.; Choice of Oxime for Treatment of Different Organophosphorous Compounds, 98-1.

Zhong Yuzhing; China : The Institute for Chemical Defense, 91-2.

 

An Index on the International Laboratory and NBC Schools Series:
(Top)

  1. Le Centre D'Etudies Du Bouchet (CEB), Vert Le Petit; 90-1.
  2. Research Institute of Chemical Defense (RICD), Beijing ; 90-2.
  3. Chemical Defence Establishment (CDE), Porton Down; 90-3.
  4. Prins Maurits Laboratory (PML), The Netherlands Organization (TNO), Rijswijk ; 90-4.
  5. NC-Laboratory Spiez; Spiez; 90-5.
  6. FOA-4, Swedish Defence Research Establishment, Umeå; 90-6.
  7. NBC Defense Research and Development Center of the Federal Armed Forces, Munster ; 91-1.
  8. The French Army NBC Defense School, Bretteville sur Odon; 91-1.
  9. Chemical Research, Development and Engineering Center (CRDEC), Aberdeen Proving Ground; 91-2.
  10. Institute for Chemical Defense (ICD), Beijing ; 91-2.
  11. Chemical and Biological Defence Establishment (CBDE), Porton Down, 75th Anniversary; 91-4.
  12. Division of Toxicology: Norwegian Defense Research Establishment (NDRE), Kjeller; 91-4.
  13. Defence Research Establishment-Suffield (DRES), Suffield; 91-5.
  14. Defence Research Establishment-Ottawa (DREO), Ottawa ; 91-5.
  15. Microbiological Research Establishment and its Precursors at Porton Down; 91-6 (also 92-1).
  16. NBC School of Sweden ; 91-6.
  17. Italian NBC Organization; 91-6.
  18. Egyptian National Center for Middle East Studies; 91-2.
  19. 1st NBC Battalion “ Etruria ” ( Italian NBC School ); 92-1.
  20. Military Technical, Chemical, Physical and Biological Center , St. Lucia ; 92-3.
  21. Defence NBC Centre: Winterbourne Gunner; 92-3.
  22. Phoenix NBCD School , Portsmouth ; 92-4.
  23. Prins Maurits Laboratory of the TNO, Rijswijk ; 92-5.
  24. Protechnik Laboratories, Randburg; 92-6.
  25. South African CBW Defense School ; 92-6.
  26. NBC Training Royal Navy, Portsmouth ; 93-3.
  27. New Phoenix NBC School , Whale Island ; 94-1.
  28. Belgian Army Division NBC, Vilvoorde; 94-2.
  29. Finnish CWC School , Helsinki ; 94-4.
  30. Czech Military College of the Ground Forces: A Chemical Officer's Preparation, Vyskov; 94-4.
  31. Max Delbruck Center for Molecular Medicine, Berlin ; 94-5.
  32. Chemical and Biological Defence Establishment (CBDE), Porton Down; 95-1.
  33. Laboratory of Ultrastructure and Pathomorphology, Institute of Molecular Biology ‘Vector”; 95-2.
  34. French Training Center for Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (CEFFIAC); 95-2.
  35. The Institute of Pharmacology and Toxicology, Beijing ; 95-5.
  36. State Research Center of Virology and Biotechnology: SRC VB “Vector”, Novosibirsk ; 95-5.
  37. Defence Forces Research Centre-Finland, 95-6.
  38. The National Research Centre: Cairo ; 96-2.
  39. The Re-Engineered and Consolidated CB Program at the Defence Research Establishment Suffield; 96-3.
  40. Czech Republic 's Purkyne Military Medical Academy , Hradec Kralove ; 96-4.
  41. Protechnik Laboratories: 10th Anniversary; 96-6.
  42. Federal Armed Forces Scientific Institute for Protection Technologies – NBC Protection, Munster , Germany ; 97-1 and 97-2.
  43. Verifin: An Update; 97-4.
  44. Old CW Incineration Plants in Munster , Ger. ; 97-5.
  45. Center for Nonproliferation Studies: Monterey Institute of International Studies, 98-2.
  46. Skolski Centar, Atomsko-Biolosko-Hemijske Odbrane, Krusevac , Yugoslavia ; 99-3.
  47. The Military Institute of Hygiene and Epidemiology in Poland : Warsaw and Pulawy, 99-4.
  48. The Royal Military College of Canada, 99-5.
  49. NBC Defence School , Finland , 00-4.
  50. Defence Research Establishment Suffield , Canada , 01-4.
  51. US Army Medical Research Institute of Chemical Defence (MRICD); 01-6.
  52. The Walter Reed Army Institute of Research (WRAIR); 02-5.
  53. Singapore 's Centre for Chemical Defence, 03-2.