Applied Biosafety: Journal of the
American Biological Safety Association

Volume 11, Number 2, 2006

Applied Biosafety, v.11 n.2

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Some Bioterrorism Issues of Quantitative Biosafety(PDF 144KB)
Alexander Sabelnikov, Vladimir Zhukov, and Ruth Kempf

CORRECTION: Table 4, orriginally omitted from the above article.(PDF 48KB)

Vaporized Hydrogen Peroxide-based Biodecontamination of a High-Containment Laboratory Under Negative Pressure(PDF 156KB)
Jay Krishnan, Jody Berry, Greg Fey, Stefan Wagener

Biological Monitoring of Ultraviolet Germicidal Irradiation in a Biosafety Level 3 Laboratory(PDF 132KB)
Anthony R. Sambol and Peter C. Iwen

Safety Considerations for Handling Imported Fire Ants (Solenopsis spp.) in the Laboratory and Field(PDF 692KB)
James T. Vogt and Joseph P. Kozlovac

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Book Review - Viral Haemorrhagic Fevers-Perspectives in Medical Virology (Volume 11) by Colin R. Howard(PDF 68KB)
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Ask the Experts - Non-Compliant Biocontainment Facilities and Associated Liability(PDF 60KB)
John H. Keene

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Imported fire ant workers (Solenopsis spp.) are arrayed to illustrate the size range of individuals. The large ant to the right is a reproductive queen (S. D. Porter, U.S. Department of Agriculture). Imported fire ants are aggressive, effective competitors of resources, economically costly, and have been described as posing serious health threats to plants, animals, and potentially humans. For laboratory and research related safety and containment information on fire ants, see "Safety Considerations for Handling Imported Fire Ants (Solenopsis spp.) in the Laboratory and Field" by James T. Vogt, et al.


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