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biochemical agent
A BiologicalAgent or a ChemicalAgent.
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Parents biologically active substance A Substance that is capable of inducing a change in the structure or functioning of an Organism. This Class includes Substances used in the treatment, diagnosis, prevention or analysis of normal and abnormal body function. This Class also includes Substances that occur naturally in the body and are administered therapeutically. Finally, BiologicallyActiveSubstance includes Nutrients, most drugs of abuse, and agents that require special handling because of their toxicity.
Children aerosolized agentA BiochemicalAgent that has been divided into particles so minute that they can be easily dispersed in the air and inhaled by Humans or Animals. AerosolizedAgents tend to be more lethal and to affect a larger area.
 biological agentA naturally occurring Substance, or a synthetic analogue of such a substance or an Organism that is capable of inflicting severe harm on other Organisms. All BiologicalWeapons contain a BiologicalAgent.
 chemical agentSynthetic compounds that are not an analogue of anything occurring naturally and that can result in serious burns, paralysis, and death to Organisms.
 life threatening agentA BiochemicalAgent that has been observed to cause the death of Humans.


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