Biosafety procedures in cell culture
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A brief description of the need for procedures to provide a safe working environment for cell culture personnel is outlined, and the methods employed at the American Type Culture Collection to achieve this goal are detailed.
Key wordsbiosafety biohazards tissue culture containment
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