Applied Biosafety: Journal of the
American Biological Safety Association

Volume 12, Number 4, 2007

Applied Biosafety, v.12 n.4

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Medical Surveillance in Biomedical Research(PDF 80KB)
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Articles

Regulatory Compliance of a BSL-3 Laboratory Unit in a Drug Discovery Environment(PDF 356KB)
Thomas Behrmann, Arnold Brunner, Sabine Daugelat, Marcia Perrin, Sabai Phyu, Charles Taillens, and Hooi Leong Wee

Mobile Biosafety Level-4 Autopsy Facility—An Innovative Solution(PDF 276KB)
Paul Chui, Peter Chong, Bobby Chong, and Stefan Wagener

Assessment of Containment Equipment Using a Novel Test to Determine the Effect of Containment on Laboratory Accuracy(PDF 124KB)
Joanna Sawyer and Allan Bennett

The Midwest Center of Excellence for Biodefense and Emerging Infectious Diseases Research (MRCE) Biosafety Training Program: An Integrated Approach to Biosafety Education(PDF 384KB)
Joseph Kanabrocki and Samuel Stanley, Jr.

Survey of Bioscience Research Practices in Asia: Implications for Biosafety and Biosecurity(PDF 152KB)
Jennifer Gaudioso and Tamara Zemlo

Erratum

Regarding the published submission "Biological Agents and Toxins Act: Development and Enforcement of Biosafety and Biosecurity in Singapore" by Tin Tun, Kristen E. Sadler, and James P. Tam(PDF 56KB)
Submitted by Ai Ee Ling

Special Features

Ask the Experts - Responsibility Without Authority is Futile John H. Keene(PDF 60KB) - John H. Keene

Biosafety Tips - Analysis of a Brucella Outbreak in a Veterinary Vaccine Manufacturing Plant(PDF 64KB) - Karen B. Byers

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Tradeline Publications: USDA's Animal Health Facility Keeps Workers Safe(PDF 144KB)

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About the Cover

The biosafety cabinet (Class II and Class III pictured) is one of the most frequently used forms of primary containment in microbiological, biomedical, and biotechnical facilities. To learn more about a relevant test of motor skills required to work in biosafety cabinets, please read "Assessment of Containment Equipment Using a Novel Test to Determine the Effect of Containment on Laboratory Accuracy" by Joanna Sawyer and Allan Bennett.

The top photo provided courtesy of Labconco. The bottom photo provided courtesy of United States Army Medical Research Institute for Infectious Diseases (USAMRIID) (photography by Larry Ostby).


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