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1996 | 1 | 94-97
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The exports control mechanism of biological warfare

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With recombinant DNA technology, it is possible to produce new organisms, exploit variations of organisms, or induce organisms to respond in new ways, such as producing synthetic bioregulators or chemical toxins.Because, the danger is imminent, both from certain countries and terrorist groups, the international communioty attempts to stem BW proliferation.These afforts have focused on selfdisclosures and decleration under the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention of 1972 or on suppliers, as the Australia Group is doing.The Australia Group (AG) is an informal forum of 30 industralized states that have agreed to cooperate in curbing the proliferation of biological and chemical weapons (BCW).This is accomplished through harmonization of exports controls and the exchange of information on BCW-related activities of concern.
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C.Burzynski
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