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 +'''Bioterrorism''' is [[terrorism]] by intentional release or dissemination of [[biological agent]]s ([[bacteria]], [[virus]]es or [[toxin]]s); these may be in a naturally-occurring or in a human-modified form.
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For the use of biological agents in warfare, see Biological warfare.

Bioterrorism is terrorism by intentional release or dissemination of biological agents (bacteria, viruses or toxins); these may be in a naturally-occurring or in a human-modified form.



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