Quick Guide To Biosafety Management

Biosafety can be defined as the application of information, techniques, and equipment to prevent potentially infectious and/or hazardous biological materials from harming people and the environment. Biosafety measures delineate the conditions under which biohazardous materials and agents can be safely handled. Biohazardous materials could be microorganisms, toxins, body fluids, controlled substances, allergens, carcinogens, oncogenic matter,...
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Management Of Laboratory Animals Using LARS

In life science research organizations worldwide, use of laboratory animals such as mice, guinea pigs, hamsters, rats, etc. for experimental purposes is vital and practically indispensable. However, the management of these animals is a complex and time-consuming task. Lab animal care personnel often struggle with the minutiae of ordering animals, caring for them, and maintaining...
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Importance of COI Disclosures in Research Organizations

A conflict of interest (eCOI) is a situation in which personal or financial considerations may cloud the judgment of a professional. The professional could be a doctor, lawyer, accountant, or a researcher. For example, if a researcher is provided with financial grants from a pharmaceutical company to conduct his/her research, the researcher may be inclined...
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