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Freeze-dried vaccinia virus persistence testing and liquid decontamination technology evaluation : Investigation and technology evaluation report /

by Young W. Choi ... [et al.}.

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Main Author: Choi, Young W.
Published: [Washington, D.C.] : U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research and Development, National Homeland Security Research Center, Decontamination and Consequence Management Division, [2009]
Topics: Vaccinia. | Virus diseases - Transmission - Research.
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245 10|aFreeze-dried vaccinia virus persistence testing and liquid decontamination technology evaluation :|bInvestigation and technology evaluation report /|cby Young W. Choi ... [et al.}.
264 1|a[Washington, D.C.] :|bU.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research and Development, National Homeland Security Research Center, Decontamination and Consequence Management Division,|c[2009]
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500 |aTitle from PDF title screen (viewed on May 10, 2010).
500 |a"November 2009."
500 |a"EPA/600/R-09/139."
504 |aIncludes bibliographical references (page 25).
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650 0|aVaccinia.
650 0|aVirus diseases|xTransmission|xResearch.
710 1 |aUnited States.|bEnvironmental Protection Agency.|bOffice of Research and Development.
710 2 |aNational Homeland Security Research Center (U.S.).|bDecontamination and Consequence Management Division.
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