BTRL


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anthracis was identified in letter C from media outlet 1, two other letters (A and B) were received and tested by BTRL.
The BTRL coordinator was also appointed to work in conjunction with CDC and DOD teams.
Within days of the initial event on October 12, all the essential elements of BTRL were in place.
Figure 2 shows the flow of a sample as it enters the BTRL.
At the peak of the surge, BTRL was testing 60-100 samples per 24-hour shift.
With minor variations, the PHL had a fully functional BTRL running 24 hours a day, 7 days a week within the first week.
A unique aspect of the staffing requirements for BTRL was the need for extensive security.
In addition to BTRL, BBI owns and operates BBI-North American Clinical laboratories (BBI-NACL) in new Britain, CT, a specialty laboratory for the diagnosis of infectious diseases.
We feel that BTRL has the expertise to take these compounds to the next level and look forward to exciting new developments in this area.
BTRL has played an important role in infectious disease research since 1975, particularly in the area of retrovirology.