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The court upheld an export rule, but virologist Fouchier said the decision won't apply to H7N9 research.
Discovery of the first new botulinum toxin in 40 years is coupled with withholding key data for security reasons.
Omission of key data from a report of a new botulinum toxin draws strong approval.
A study focusing on H7N1 avian flu viruses prompted special prepublication reviews because of "dual use" concerns.
Dutch researchers say they've found five mutations that make H5N1 airborne transmissible in ferrets.
The debate over experiments that increase avian flu virus transmissibility heats up.
The CDC is monitoring and providing antibiotics to about 75 staffers over Bacillus anthracis concerns.
Is there a unique public health benefit of gain-of-function studies, unachievable by safer means, that outweighs their risk?
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