The People, Books, and Sites that made this site possible


Brock, T. D.  1991.  Milestones in Microbiology: 1546 to 1940.  ASM Press, Washington, D.C., USA.

Brock, T. D.  1999. Robert Koch: A Life in Medicine and Bacteriology.  ASM Press, Washington, D.C., USA.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention 2006.  <URL:>.  Accessed 30 March 2008


Frontier at Kansas State University 2005-2008.  Bioterrorism Act Reference Tool: Overlap Agents.   <URL: >.  Accessed April 21, 2008.


IMF and the University of Louisiana 2001.  <URL:>.  Accessed 31 March 2008.


Koehler, T. M. (ed.)  2002.  Anthrax.  Springer-Verlag, New York, New York, USA.

National Agricultural Biosecurity Center 2008.  <URL:>.  Accessed 15 April 2008.

National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases 2007.  <URL: /anthrax/default.html>.  Accessed 30 March 2008.


Encyclopaedia Britannica Online.  2008.  Robert Koch.  <URL: >.  Accessed 14 April 2008.

Pobojewski, S.  University of Michigan Health System.  Anthrax Can Thrive and Reproduce in Soil.  14 Feb 2004.  <URL:>.  Accessed April 24, 2008.

Sankaran, N.  2000.  Microbes and People: An A-Z of Microorganisms in Our Lives.  Oryx Press, Phoenix, Arizona, USA.

Nobel Lectures, Physiology or Medicine 1901-1921.  Elsevier Publishing Co.  Amsterdam, 1967.  The Nobel Foundation 1905.  “Robert Koch: Biography.”  <URL:>.  Accessed April 21, 2008. 

The Patient Education Institute, Inc.  1995-2004.  <URL:>.  Accessed 29 March 2008.


Todar, K.  Textbook of Bacteriology.  University of Wisconsin Madison Department of Bacteriology.  2005. <URL: http:// www.textbook>.  Accessed 29 March 2008.

Tournier, J. et al.  2007.  Contribution of toxins to the pathogenesis of inhalational anthrax.  Cellular Microbiology.  <URL:>.   Accessed 30 March 2008.


World Health Organization 2008.  Anthrax.  <URL:>.  Accessed April 21, 2008.