A Review of Biosafety Standards. The Three Regulatory Sets of Biohazards. Potentially infectious materials Infectious agents Recombinant DNA. The Three Regulatory Standards:. For potentially infectious materials – when there could be a biohazard, such as in handling clinical specimens:
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The three regulatory standards are virtually equivalent in practice. In general…
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