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2nd Window The 1, 2, 3's of Biosafety Levels
[Centers for Disease Control] This is a primer for biosafety in laboratories, viewable in Adobe Acrobat.
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2nd Window American Biological Safety Association
[Michigan State Univ.] This site has a list of online biosafety resources and mailing lists covering current biosafety topics.
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2nd Window Belgian Biosafety Server
A site with biosafety information for Europe and the U.S., as well as other topics like biodiversity and antibiotic resistance genes.
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2nd Window Biosafety in Microbiological and Biomedical Laboratories
[Centers for Disease Control] An online version of the CDC and NIH's third and fourth editions of the Biosafety in Microbiological and Biomedical Laboratories manual.
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2nd Window Biosafety WebPages
[International Centre for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology] Biosafety pages of an international organization devoted to advanced research and training in molecular biology and biotechnology, with special regard to the needs of the developing world.
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2nd Window Community of Science
[Community of Science, Inc.] Community of Science, Inc. is the leading creator of Internet communities that enable R&D professionals to communicate, exchange information, and find people and ideas that are important to them. It also has a searchable database of U.S. and European patents.
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2nd Window CPBR
[The Consortium For Plant Biotechnology Research, Inc.] CPBR speeds the transfer of plant biotechnologies from the research laboratory to the marketplace; expanding economic opportunities through university research and global networking.
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2nd Window Guidelines For Research Involving Recombinant DNA Molecules
[National Institute of Health] NIH states that the purpose of their guidelines is to specify practices for constructing and handling: (1) recombinant deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) molecules, and (2) organisms and viruses containing recombinant DNA molecules.
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2nd Window International Register on Biosafety
[United Nations] This web site focuses on information useful in establishing a regulatory framework for the safe development, transfer, and application of biotechnology.
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2nd Window Laboratory Biosafety Guidelines
[Health Canada] These guidelines contain information on containment requirements, operational practices, and relevant microbiological legislation.
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2nd Window Laboratory Biosafety Guidelines
[Michigan State Univ.] A site with downloadable CDC, NIH, and WHO guidelines on biosafety.
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2nd Window Material Safety Data Sheets
[Office of Biosafety, Canada] A site with tables produced for personnel working in life sciences for quick safety reference in material relating to infectous micro- organisms.
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2nd Window Material Safety Data Sheets
[Univ. of Vermont] An alternate site for MSDS information. This site also has other safety information.
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2nd Window Material Safety Data Sheets
[Oxford Univ.] Another alternate site for MSDS information. Includes French versions of the MSDS's and UN hazard codes.
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2nd Window Primary Containment for Biohazards: Biological Safety Cabinets
[Centers for Disease Control] This online book covers information about the selection, function, and the use of biological safety cabinets.
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2nd Window Risk Group Classification for Infectous Agents
[Michigan State Univ.] Tables and downloadable documents detailing pathogenicity of organisms, modes of transmission, availability of effective preventive measures (e.g., vaccines), and availability of effective treatments (e.g., antibiotics) for bacteria, viruses, fungi, and parasites.
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2nd Window Technology Transfer
[Oak Ridge National Laboratory] ORNL technology transfer program helps in the developing of a new business, improving or expanding an existing business, partnering arrangement with one of the DOE facilities, and also enables private industry and academia to make practical application of the advanced R&D and technical expertise in Oak Ridge.
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