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Counterproliferation Sensors

   APL Investigations with Counterproliferation Sensors: Guest Editor's Introduction
   H. W. Ko

   Mass Spectrometry of Breath for the Diagnosis of Infection and Exposure
   J. Jackman and O. Moss

   Suitcase TOF: A Man-Portable Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometer
   S. A. Ecelberger, T. J. Cornish, B. F. Collins, D. L. Lewis, and W. A. Bryden

   Mass Spectral Analysis of Biological Agents Using the BioTOF Mass Spectrometer
   M. D. Antoine, M. A. Carlson, W. R. Drummond, O. W. Doss III, C. S. Hayek, A. Saksena, and J. S. Lin

   Bioinformatics-Based Strategies for Rapid Microorganism Identification by Mass Spectrometry
   P. A. Demirev, A. B. Feldman, and J. S. Lin

   Counterproliferation with Advanced Microarray Technology
   M. L. Theodore, J. Jackman, and W. L. Bethea

   Development of Molecularly Imprinted Polymer Sensors for Chemical Warfare Agents
   J. W. Boyd, G. P. Cobb, G. E. Southard, and G. M. Murray

   Extinction Cross-Section Measurements of Bacillus globigii Aerosols
   S. C. Walts, C. A. Mitchell, M. E. Thomas, and D. D. Duncan

   Test and Evaluation of Lidar Standoff Biological Sensors
   P. G. Fuechsel, D. G. Ondercin, and C. Schumacher

   Metal Detection and Classification Technologies
   C. V. Nelson

   Automated Syndromic Classification of Chief Complaint Records
   C. A. Sniegoski


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Icon The Cover: APL is making significant contributions to homeland defense against assymmetric attack, especially in the area of counter-bioterrorism. Systems engineering practice is helping to marry traditional microbiology with advances in sampling, sensor surveillance, and signal processing. (Cover design by Kenneth R. Moscati.)

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