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Review of methods used for identification of biothreat agents in environmental protection and human health aspects

Tomasz Mirski 1  ,  
Janusz Kocik 2,  
 
1
Biological Threat Identification and Countermeasure Centre of the Military Institute of Hygiene and Epidemiology, Puławy, Poland
2
Military Institute of Hygiene and Epidemiology, Department of Epidemiology, Warsaw, Poland
3
Faculty of Chemistry and New Technologies, Military Uniwersity of Technology, Warsaw, Poland
Ann Agric Environ Med 2014;21(2):224–234
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ABSTRACT:
Modern threats of bioterrorism force the need to develop methods for rapid and accurate dentification of dangerous biological agents. Currently, there are many types of methods used in this field of studies that are based on immunological or genetic techniques, or constitute a combination of both methods (immuno-genetic). There are also methods that have been developed on the basis of physical and chemical properties of the analytes. Each group of these analytical assays can be further divided into conventional methods (e.g. simple antigen-antibody reactions, classical PCR, eal-time PCR), and modern technologies (e.g. microarray technology, aptamers, phosphors, etc.). Nanodiagnostics constitute another group of methods that utilize the objects at a nanoscale (below 100 nm). There are also integrated and automated diagnostic systems, which combine different ethods and allow simultaneous sampling, extraction of genetic material and detection and identification of the analyte using genetic, as well as immunological techniques.
CORRESPONDING AUTHOR:
Tomasz Mirski   
Biological Threat Identification and Countermeasure Centre of the Military Institute of Hygiene and Epidemiology, Puławy, Poland
 
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