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UW-Madison professor barred from lab for potentially dangerous experiments
A UW-Madison professor who studies an infectious disease lost his laboratory privileges for five years after conducting unauthorized experiments with a potentially dangerous drug-resistant germ.
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Lisa Schnirring Staff Writer
Jul 3, 2007 (CIDRAP News) – The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on Jun 30 ordered a biodefense research laboratory at Texas A&M University to stop all work on select agents and toxins while the CDC investigates reports of lab workers infected with the category B bioterror agents Brucella and Coxiella burnetti.
The FBI's Art AttackOffbeat Materials at Professor's Home Set Off Bioterror Alarm
By Lynne DukeWashington Post Staff WriterWednesday, June 2, 2004; Page C01
….. Police and emergency personnel responded, and what they saw in the Kurtz home has triggered a full-blown probe -- into the vials and bacterial cultures and strange contraptions and laboratory equipment. The FBI is investigating. A federal grand jury has been impaneled. Witnesses have been subpoenaed, …..
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