I see several very good replies to your question already, but in
addition to those there is a small booklet titled "Primary Containment
for Biohazards: Selection, installation and use of biological safety
cabinets" pub. US Dept. HHS, Public Health Service, Sept. 1995, avail.
US Govt Printing Office. There are also very lengthy volumes on
laboratory design, etc., really more for the architects than the
scientists, put out by the Office of Research Services, NIH.
Tom McCloud SAIC/Frederick Cancer Research
Glenn Bauer wrote:
>> I am trying to find definitions for the biosafety levels (1,2,3, and 4)
> as they pertain to laminar flow hoods. Can anyone point me in the right
>> Glenn A. Bauer, Ph.D.
> Assistant Professor, Biology
> St. Michael's College
> Colchester, VT 05439
> voice: 802-654-2667
> email: gbauer at smcvt.edu