A biothreat is a threat posed by a harmful biological agent, such as bacterial, fungal, or viral diseases, as well as poisons produced by other species. Pathogens and/or their toxic compounds that constitute a significant hazard to human health are referred to as biological threat agents, or biothreats or bioagents. They are a broad group that includes viruses, bacteria, and toxins derived from biological sources, and their diversity is reflected in their wide range of transmissibility, infectivity, and lethality. Bioagents include both naturally occurring and created pathogens, and the threat they represent stems from both natural outbreaks and their deliberate release. Many biological agents are resistant to the environment and aren't protected by vaccines, making them potential candidates for bioweapons. Animal pathogen attacks have the potential to have disastrous socioeconomic, public health, and national security effects.
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