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Infographic: How to Safely Operate your Biosafety Cabinet

Jessica BurdgBy Jessica Burdg, Science Journalist
On Tuesday, March 08, 2016
In Infographics

How to Safely Operate a BSC Infographic

Best practices start with proper BSC selection, placement and installation. Class II BSCs provide personal, product and environmental protection from biological hazards and aerosols, but airflow differs among types.

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