Aeresolization of Biohazardous Material

Flow Cytometry Mail Group FLOWUSER at cyto.medsch.ucla.edu
Fri Feb 14 16:52:00 EST 1997



Guidelines for sorting of unfixed cells have been completed by the ISAC   
Biohazard Working Group and will be published soon in Cytometry.  Let me   
know if you are interested in a pre-print, I will try to find out if I   
can send this to you.
Ingrid Schmid
schmid at cyto.medsch.ucla.edu
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Sent:  Thursday, February 13, 1997 8:55 AM
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Subject:  Aeresolization of Biohazardous Material


Dear Flow Communinity:

How are people (especially the sorter folks) addressing the issue
of acquiring/sorting biohazardous material which has the potential
for aeresolizing.  Are these facilities restricted or confined
strictly within a P-3 facility.  I am concerned that general
percautionary measures are not sufficient to address this issue.

Please respond.  Thank you in advance!

Gilbert
Gilbert Radcliff
Basic Science Research Coordinator
Core Facility for Flow Cytometry and Cell Sorting
H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center & Research Institute at the
University of South Florida
12902 Magnolia Drive
Tampa, Florida  33612   USA





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