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Bioterrorism remains an ever-present threat to the world. Rapid detection systems are critical to civilian security and to reducing casualties on the battlefield. Most research activities to date in counter-bioterrorism have focused on the development of critical amplification, identification, and detection systems. However, sample preparation is an equally critical aspect of rapid identification and detection of bioterror agents, but the enhancement of such systems lags well behind the development of amplification, identification, and detection systems. 

Patricia Okubara1, Chunqin Li2, Kurtis Schroeder1, and Nathan Lawrence2
1 USDA ARS, Root Disease & Biological Control Research Unit, Pullman, WA
2 Pressure BioSciences, Inc., West Bridgewater, MA

Li, YF;1§ Li, Y;2* Xu, L;1* Servais, J;1 Frank, E;2 Lazarev, A;3 Olsen, BR;1 Grodzinsky, AJ;2 Medici, D;1,4
1Harvard School of Dental Medicine and Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, 2MIT, Cambridge, MA, 3 Pressure BioSciences, Inc, 4BIDMC, Boston, MA