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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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Speakers said that the purpose of this workshop was disseminating the knowledge about biosafety. It was scenario and practical based workshop having practical approach.
The biosafety cabinet enables safe reconstitution of cancer drugs without exposing doctors to toxic fumes.
The ERB reports are shown on the website of the National Biosafety System, as of Monday, July 1, 2019 and for a period of 30 calendar days.
So far, he said that Botswana had made progress by establishing the National Biosafety Focal Point where all stakeholders could focus on objectives and provisions of the protocol.
The minister mentioned that 170 countries including Bangladesh have signed the 'Cartagena Protocol on biosafety' and said that, 'Bangladesh has enacted 'Bio-safety Rules of Bangladesh, 2012', 'Bio-safety Guideline of Bangladesh, 2008', 'Biosafety Clearing House' for sharing information, 'Guidelines for the safety assessments of foods derived from genetically engineered plants' for food safety to implement the provisions of the protocol accordingly', the release added.
I appreciated the Laboratory Animal Allergy Questionnaire and the sample Biosafety Level 2 checklists, which can be very useful for faculty who begin to work in these areas.
'Delays in the processing of biosafety permits under the JDC have the most potential to disrupt US exports of [genetically engineered (GE)] products, although there have been no reported trade disruptions so far,' the report read.
He added that Tunisian-German co-operation on strengthening biosafety has started since 2011 and is part of the capacity-building of developing countries to prepare them to respond to biological threats due to terrorist attacks.
They cover genetic transformation, gene silencing in plants, transgenic crops and biosafety, microbial biotechnology, oxidative stress, and plant disease diagnostics and management.
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.
7 June 2017 - Maryland, US-based Chesapeake IRB, an institutional review board serving the clinical research industry, has acquired Maryland, US-based institutional biosafety services company Institutional Biosafety Corp.