The techniques for serially passaging virus in animals to adapt the virus to a new host is really, really, really well documented in hundreds of other papers stretching back to the early 1900s. The cat's (ferret's?) out of the bag on that one. So as far as developing a bio-weapon goes, I don't think paper adds a whole lot to the already large body of knowledge.
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