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Biosafety: Containment

See containment requirements and standard operating procedures for work with biohazardous materials at UC San Diego.

Containment is the term used to describe methods, practices, procedures, facilities, and equipment used to safely manage biohazardous materials in the laboratory. The purpose of containment is to reduce or eliminate exposure to people or the environment to potentially hazardous agents.

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