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biosafety

[¦bī·ō¦sāf·tē]
(biology)
The establishment and maintenance of safe conditions in a biological research laboratory to ensure that pathogenic microbes are contained (and not released to workers or the environment).
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The Biosafety Level 2 laboratory is adjacent to the lobby area.
Laboratories were recommended to review their biosafety practices during handling of RB51 specimens and report breaches in biosafety practices to their local public health officials for risk determination and recommendations.
At one point in this experiment, a 96-well plate containing small amounts of live vaccinia infected mammalian cells was removed from the biosafety cabinet and hand-carried to another room, where the lid of the plate was removed, and the cells were examined for fluorescence.
To illustrate, again using the Inspector General, it was found that "the Los Alamos Industrial Hygiene and Safety Group, which included the Los Alamos Biological Safety Officer, had not conducted the required assessments and evaluations of the laboratory's biosafety program.
Sateeaved Seebaluck, a delegate from Mauritius, complained that the final result of the Biosafety Protocol to preserve biodiversity resembled more of a "biotrade" protocol.
From the perspective of the agrichemical and pharmaceutical companies that like to call themselves the "life industry," however, a strong global biosafety protocol would get in the way of business.
The technical sessions included lectures on 'Vein-to-Vein Transfusion Chain', Principles of TTI Screening Assays, Hepatitis B virus screening strategy, Hepatitis C virus screening strategy, HIV screening strategy, Biosafety and Waste Management and Quality Assurance in TTI Screening.
The committee was constituted by the National Biosafety Committee (NBC), Ministry of National Food Security and Research to examine the present capacity and indicate the loopholes in the befitting implementation of biosafety protocols at an organizational level.
commonly, suggesting that compliance with biosafety rules must
The committee, which was constituted by the National Biosafety Committee (NBC), MNFSR to examine the present capacity and indicate the loopholes in the befitting implementation of biosafety protocols at an organisational level.
Image: Work begins to assemble the biosafety cabinet
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