Applied Biosafety: Journal of the
American Biological Safety Association

Volume 11, Number 1, 2006

Applied Biosafety, v.11 n.1

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Articles

Aerosol Exposure System for Rabbits: Application to M. Tuberculosis Infection(PDF 252KB)
Liana Tsenova, Ryhor Harbacheuski, Evette Ellison, Claudia Manca, and Gilla Kaplan

Implementation of a Biosafety Level 3 (BSL3) Facility in Singapore: Requirements, Work Practices, and Procedures(PDF 196KB)
Tin Tun, Kristen Sadler, and James P. Tam

Developing a Risk Assessment and Management Approach to Laboratory Biosecurity(PDF 312KB)
Jennifer Gaudioso, Reynolds M. Salerno, and Natalie Barnett

The Infectious Dose of Coxiella Burnetii (Q Fever)(PDF 420KB)
Rachael M. Jones, Mark Nicas, Alan E. Hubbard, and Arthur L. Reingold

Special Features

Capsule - Guidelines for Preventing the Transmission of Mycobacterium tuberculosis in Healthcare Settings, 2005(PDF 68KB)
Ed Krisiunas

Ask the Experts - Should Decontamination of Biocontainment Laboratories Be Validated?(PDF 60KB)
John H. Keene

Biosafety Tips - Zoonoses: Ten Exposures to Hantavirus in Animal and Laboratory Workers(PDF 64KB)
Karen B. Byers

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A Code of Conduct for Biological Scientists: An Important Topic for Action(PDF 72KB)

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Aerosol challenge studies provide important data on disease transmission, infectious dose, vaccine and therapeutic efficacy, and pathology resulting from exposure to infectious agents via the respiratory route. Containment for aerosol challenge experiments requires properly designed and validated equipment, with strict adherence to work practices such as inspection of seals, gaskets, tubing, and other components. Details on the system in this image may be found in this issue in the article entitled "Aerosol Exposure System for Rabbits: Application to M. Tuberculosis Infection" by Liana Tsenova, Ryhor Harbacheuski, Evette Ellison, Claudia Manca, and Gilla Kaplan.


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