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Authors: MacKenzie, D
Citation: D. Mackenzie, Bioweapons treaty withers, NEW SCI, 172(2319), 2001, pp. 11-11

Authors: MacKenzie, D
Citation: D. Mackenzie, Death in the post, NEW SCI, 172(2319), 2001, pp. 14-14

Authors: MacKenzie, D
Citation: D. Mackenzie, Battle cry - The fight for cheaper drugs in poor countries is far from over, NEW SCI, 172(2318), 2001, pp. 4-4

Authors: MacKenzie, D
Citation: D. Mackenzie, Ring a ring o'roses, a pocket full of posies, atishoo! atishoo! We all fall down, NEW SCI, 172(2318), 2001, pp. 34-37

Authors: MacKenzie, D
Citation: D. Mackenzie, Whodunnit? A loner with a grudge is behind the anthrax attacks, says the FBI, NEW SCI, 172(2317), 2001, pp. 10-10

Authors: MacKenzie, D
Citation: D. Mackenzie, Try again, Mr President - Bush's ill-conceived bioweapons proposals won't win any friends, NEW SCI, 172(2316), 2001, pp. 5-5

Authors: MacKenzie, D
Citation: D. Mackenzie, Trail of terror - Who sent the anthrax letters and are there more on the way?, NEW SCI, 172(2314), 2001, pp. 4-5

Authors: MacKenzie, D
Citation: D. Mackenzie, Anatomy of terror - How a few letters sparked a nationwide panic, NEW SCI, 172(2313), 2001, pp. 4-5

Authors: MacKenzie, D
Citation: D. Mackenzie, Invisible enemies - Are chemical and biological attacks a serious possibility?, NEW SCI, 172(2311), 2001, pp. 6-7

Authors: MacKenzie, D
Citation: D. Mackenzie, Hitting where it hurts - Seizing terrorists' cash could thwart their plans, but can it be done?, NEW SCI, 171(2310), 2001, pp. 6-6

Authors: MacKenzie, D
Citation: D. Mackenzie, What next?, NEW SCI, 171(2309), 2001, pp. 4-5

Authors: MacKenzie, D
Citation: D. Mackenzie, Terror trial run - Tokyo narrowly escaped a devastating anthrax attack, NEW SCI, 171(2306), 2001, pp. 6-6

Authors: MacKenzie, D
Citation: D. Mackenzie, Bushwhacked - A bioweapons inspection agreement is the latest international treaty to be scuppered by George W., NEW SCI, 171(2302), 2001, pp. 17-17

Authors: MacKenzie, D
Citation: D. Mackenzie, Fast breeders - How too many young could sound the death knell for Britain's rabbits, NEW SCI, 171(2301), 2001, pp. 15-15

Authors: MacKenzie, D Hecht, J
Citation: D. Mackenzie et J. Hecht, Kaboom! Bush aims to blow a hole in a key arms control agreement, NEW SCI, 171(2300), 2001, pp. 12-12

Authors: MacKenzie, D
Citation: D. Mackenzie, Protection racket - Drugs companies are tightening their hold on Third World markets, NEW SCI, 171(2300), 2001, pp. 18-19

Authors: MacKenzie, D
Citation: D. Mackenzie, The kids are alright - I'm still fuming., NEW SCI, 171(2299), 2001, pp. 45-45

Authors: MacKenzie, D
Citation: D. Mackenzie, Poison on your plate - Nothing is being done to stop dangerous chemicals getting into food, NEW SCI, 170(2297), 2001, pp. 4-4

Authors: MacKenzie, D
Citation: D. Mackenzie, Swallow it whole herbalists say their extracts are more potent than purified drugs. Now Scientists find they may be right, NEW SCI, 170(2292), 2001, pp. 38-40

Authors: MacKenzie, D
Citation: D. Mackenzie, Lose them or terrorists could use them, NEW SCI, 170(2291), 2001, pp. 6-6

Authors: MacKenzie, D
Citation: D. Mackenzie, Nuclear warning - Russia's defence systems are in a dangerous state of decay, NEW SCI, 170(2291), 2001, pp. 6-6

Authors: MacKenzie, D
Citation: D. Mackenzie, Are they aliens or just humble earthlings?, NEW SCI, 170(2291), 2001, pp. 10-10

Authors: MacKenzie, D
Citation: D. Mackenzie, Unleash the bugs of war - The US looks set to scupper talks on enforcing the bioweapons treaty, NEW SCI, 170(2290), 2001, pp. 4-5

Authors: MacKenzie, D
Citation: D. Mackenzie, Running wild - Foot and mouth disease could linger unchecked in Britain's burgeoning deer population, NEW SCI, 170(2289), 2001, pp. 5-5

Authors: MacKenzie, D
Citation: D. Mackenzie, Monster in the making - The stage may be set for measles to make a comeback if we don't vaccinate as fast as possible, NEW SCI, 170(2286), 2001, pp. 12-12
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