Biosafety Cabinets (BSC’s) are designed to offer protection to the end user, the materials you are working on, as well as the environment. They are found in a variety of BSL (Biosafety Level) laboratories. The right BSC can offer greater protection than others but in the end, if the cabinet is not used with proper techniques than protection is lost and contamination becomes a threat. Here are a few simple tips on how to work safely in your biosafety cabinet.
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