Vulnerability to a Bioterrorism Attack and the Potential of Directed Evolution as a Countermeasure

This article has two purposes. First, the consolidation of facts about natural and manmade biological warfare agents as well as the use of technology in the development of biological weapons, including near-term future evolvement in genetic engineering to prevent the potential havoc-wreaking events using biological warfare. Secondly, this article aims to suggest steps to tackle the vulnerability of humans to biological warfare and to provide a potential solution that incorporates Directed Evolution to attack the problem of biological weapon proliferation.


Ritwik Raj, Ananya Saxena, Ritcha Saxena

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