[Microbiology] Atlas of Agents of Bioterror

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 The structure of the Laboratory Response Network
Fig 1. The structure of the Laboratory Response Network.



A cutaneous anthrax lesion on the right forearm.
Fig 2. A cutaneous anthrax lesion on the right forearm.

Chest radiograph of a patient who worked in a goat-hair processing mill. Note the widened mediastinum, often seen with inhalation anthrax.
Fig 3. Chest radiograph of a patient who worked in
a goat-hair processing mill. Note the widened mediastinum,
often seen with inhalation anthrax.

“Medusa-head” appearance of Bacillus anthracis nonhemolytic colonies with feathery projections from the edges at 24 hours.
Fig 4. “Medusa-head” appearance of Bacillus
anthracis nonhemolytic colonies with feathery projections
from the edges at 24 hours.

Tenacious consistency (stiff eggwhite appearance) of Bacillus anthracis colonies on sheep blood agar plate at 24 hours.
Fig 5. Tenacious consistency (stiff eggwhite
appearance) of Bacillus anthracis colonies on sheep blood
agar plate at 24 hours.

Gram stain of Bacillus anthracis from culture.
Fig 6. Gram stain of Bacillus anthracis from culture.

Fig 7. Spore stain of Bacillus anthracis culture.

Fig 8. This patient has an axillary bubo and edema
as a result of bubonic plague.

Fig 9. The patient presented with symptoms of
plague that included gangrene of the right hand.

Fig 10. Gram stain of Yersinia pestis. Note the
lighter staining intensity in the central portions of some
cells, resulting in the “safety-pin” appearance.

Fig 11. Yersinia pestis on sheep blood agar, 72
hours. Colonies are gray-white to slightly yellow opaque,
raised, irregular “fried egg” morphology; alternatively,
colonies may have a “hammered copper” shiny surface.

Cutaneous lesions of tularemia on the hand of a Vermont muskrat hunter.
Fig 12. Cutaneous lesions of tularemia on the hand
of a Vermont muskrat hunter.
Fig 13. A microphotograph of Francisella tularensis.

Fig 14. Colonies of Francisella tularensis growing on
chocolate agar.

Fig 15. Gram stain of Brucella melitensis.

Fig 16. Smallpox pustules on an Iranian citizen.

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