By Diane O. Fleming, Debra L. Hunt
Accomplished assurance of the identity, review, and administration of organic dangers. • offers the necessities for an entire organic security application, with particular suggestion on administration and implementation matters. • Covers the identity, evaluate, and administration of detrimental organic brokers and pollutants. • Updates info on laboratory-acquired infections and examines epidemiology and routes of publicity. • Refers broadly to present NIH, CDC, and different rules and instructions. • Addresses distinctive concerns, from educating and commercial labs to biosecurity courses. • Serves as a source for these keen on organic security, together with application managers, organic defense execs
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Prevention. Barrier protection methods (gloves), good hygienic practices, strict sanitation with vermin control. Containment. Animal biosafety level 2 (ABSL-2) for experimentally or naturally infected animals, BSL-2 for work with the agent. Balantidiasis Agent name. Balantidium coli (Protozoa, intestinal parasite, ciliate). Laboratory animal reservoirs/hosts. Pigs, macaques. Control in animal hosts. Strict sanitation, treatment of infected animals. Detection. Fresh wet fecal smear for cysts or trophozoites; histology.
Biological Safety: Principles and Practices by Diane O. Fleming, Debra L. Hunt