The ability to "aerosolize" anthrax was the big breakthrough that Patrick achieved at Fort Detrick, and for which he holds several secret patents. From Wordnik.com. [What Can Iraq Do?] Reference
The first requirement would be to aerosolize the spores. From Wordnik.com. [Anthrax-The biggest smoking gun of all?] Reference
You need a lot more of the inhaled version, because it's not easy to aerosolize like anthrax. From Wordnik.com. [CNN Transcript Feb 3, 2004] Reference
If you aerosolize it and throw it around a crowded subway, you could infect a lot of people, if it's made in a weaponized form. From Wordnik.com. ['Hot Zone II'?] Reference
If you're hoping to aerosolize it, you have to make sure that the particles are the right size so they get inhaled into the lungs. From Wordnik.com. [CNN Transcript Oct 13, 2001] Reference
It's going to be very, very difficult in a non-combat situation to aerosolize it in sufficient quantities to affect a large civilian population. From Wordnik.com. [CNN Transcript Oct 13, 2001] Reference
So if you start vigorously opening up that envelope and dumping it out all over the place, snapping open the paper, yes, you could aerosolize it. From Wordnik.com. [CNN Transcript Oct 13, 2001] Reference
In the bioweapon scenario, you would aerosolize it -- what that means is that you put it in a form where you could spray it and people would actually inhale it. From Wordnik.com. [CNN Transcript Jan 15, 2003] Reference
There simply is no regulatory solution to the millions of tons of searingly fetid, toxic effluvium that industrial hog farms discharge and aerosolize on a daily basis. From Wordnik.com. [Making Links] Reference
They speculate that another powerful drug -- the anesthetic gas halothene -- must have been used to aerosolize the mixture, with recommended dosages doubled or trebled for maximum impact. From Wordnik.com. [More Questions Than Answers] Reference
ELIZABETH COHEN, CNN MEDICAL CORRESPONDENT: Kyra, the story is a concern because in the years following World War II both the Soviet Union and the United States found ways to aerosolize the plague. From Wordnik.com. [CNN Transcript Jan 15, 2003] Reference
TUCKER: Well, it has been explored by a number of countries as a potential biological warfare agent, but it is just not a very good biological weapon, because it's difficult to deliver, to aerosolize. From Wordnik.com. [CNN Transcript Feb 3, 2004] Reference
But traditional snow-making systems -- which blow water and compressed air through special nozzles to aerosolize it, then rely on outdoor air to freeze it before it hits the slopes -- only work when temperatures drop below freezing. From Wordnik.com. [Eternal Life For Frosty] Reference
I would like to know a lot more, and maybe we have the opportunity to use some of the material in the Leahy letter to do some controlled studies to learn more about cross - contamination and how easy it is to re-aerosolize these particles. From Wordnik.com. [CNN Transcript Dec 8, 2001] Reference
In all their forms, they're radioactive and chemically toxic after striking, penetrating and incinerating inside a target after which they aerosolize in a fine spray which then contaminates the air, soil and water around and beyond the target area. From Wordnik.com. [Comments on Helen Caldicott's New Book Nuclear Power Is Not the Answer] Reference
I mean, the fact of the matter is, to get anthrax spores to aerosolize -- that is, to evaporate into the air -- and to spray over someone, as talcum powder does, you have to have extremely small particles, sizes one to five microns, which is very, very tiny. From Wordnik.com. [CNN Transcript Oct 15, 2001] Reference
The fine anthrax powder -- that white powder that was in the letter sent to the Senate majority leader Tom Daschle, supposedly had some additives to make it go up in a puff, aerosolize it, make it more potent -- in your estimation, who could have been responsible for assembling that kind of anthrax?. From Wordnik.com. [CNN Transcript Oct 28, 2001] Reference
This hand-powered helicopter toy inspired a new mechanism to aerosolize medication. From Wordnik.com. [Utne Reader Latest 10 Articles] Reference
In combination, she believes that they are skin permeable, and that they aerosolize to produce a breathing hazard as well. From Wordnik.com. [WarIsACrime.org] Reference
Hendeles said that's a result of differences in other inactive ingredients, especially excipients, which help aerosolize the drug. From Wordnik.com. [MedPageToday.com - medical news plus CME for physicians] Reference
At one end of the plastic tube is a compartment that contains thousands of chocolate bits-small enough to aerosolize, large enough to linger in your mouth and not in your lungs. From Wordnik.com. [The Harvard Crimson :: News] Reference
The handling of both lead and asbestos are regulated in the United States and it is important that only qualified contractors work on projects that may disturb and aerosolize these materials. From Wordnik.com. [WebWire | Recent Headlines] Reference
Whelan and Russell also cited the dangers of "controlled burns," saying "When we aerosolize those oil droplets, they can be breathed in, which can be very damaging to the lungs, and can" irritate the eyes, throat, and cause nausea and vomiting. From Wordnik.com. [WarIsACrime.org] Reference
You would somehow take this white powdery substance that you manufactured or grown -- I'm not sure what the right word is here -- and somehow you could -- but again, this is a fairly sophisticated thing as well, you could aerosolize it, and the reason why that's important is because someone -- these are words that are honestly quite hard to say, if someone had a mind to infect a large area, that's how you do it. From Wordnik.com. [CNN Transcript Oct 12, 2001] Reference
It doesn't aerosolize very well. From Wordnik.com. ['The Challenge is to Stay Vigilant'] Reference
It can aerosolize. From Wordnik.com. [CNN Transcript Jan 18, 2007] Reference
Race car insurance aerosolize possible:imminent!. From Wordnik.com. [The Volokh Conspiracy » Helms-Burton-Kerry:] Reference
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