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Purifier® Axiom™ makes Class II Biosafety Cabinet selection easy

Ask any life science laboratory employee working in microbiology and they will tell you how confusing and frustrating it is to select a new biosafety cabinet (BSC) for the lab...

Laboratory handling of the Ebola Hemorrhagic Fever Virus (EVD)

Labconco has been fielding requests from laboratories and dealers alike for information. As our Biosafety Cabinet Product Manager, I've been in direct contact with...

6 major differences between North American and European BSC design standards

NSF49 (NSF) standardizes and recognizes the different subcategories of Class II BSCs (A1, A2, B1, B2) while EN12469 (EN) defines a “general Class II cabinet”.  The EN cabinet is nearly equivalent of the NSF Class II type A2 BSC...

How do I know if I’m using the right biological safety cabinet for my process?

Whether you’re working with Ebola, cancer cells, or DNA samples, how can you be sure that you are using the right kind of equipment to protect yourself, your lab-mates, and your precious subject samples?

The key to a good cup of coffee is in your genes

A study just release by Harvard School of Public Health and Brigham and Women's Hospital researchers, found out why many of us love our morning, noon and evening coffee: it’s in our genes!

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