Published in TB and Outbreaks Week, December 11th, 2001
The small animal is highly susceptible to anthrax and can die from the disease several days before the first flu-like symptoms appear in humans.
"The only detectors available at the present are humans who get sick or die," according to Cyrus Taylor, professor of physics and director of Case Western Reserve University's Physics Entrepreneurship Program.
A temporary solution would be placing guinea pigs in highly trafficked public buildings like...
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