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lunes, 5 de marzo de 2018

Certification & validation of biosafety level-2 & biosafety level-3 laboratories in Indian settings & common issues

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With increasing awareness regarding biorisk management worldwide, many biosafety laboratories are being setup in India. It is important for the facility users, project managers and the executing agencies to understand the process of validation and certification of such biosafety laboratories. There are some international guidelines available, but there are no national guidelines or reference standards available in India on certification and validation of biosafety laboratories. There is no accredited government/private agency available in India to undertake validation and certification of biosafety laboratories. Therefore, the reliance is mostly on indigenous experience, talent and expertise available, which is in short supply. This article elucidates the process of certification and validation of biosafety laboratories in a concise manner for the understanding of the concerned users and suggests the important parameters and criteria that should be considered and addressed during the laboratory certification and validation process.
REFERENCE

Mourya DT,et al. Certification & validation of biosafety level-2 & biosafety level-3 laboratories in Indian settings & common issues. J Med Res. 2017 Oct; 146(4): 459–467. doi:  10.4103/ijmr.IJMR_974_16

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