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BLBarrel
BLBill of Lading
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BLBritish Library (London, England)
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BLBasel Land (Basel Country; Suisse Half Canton)
BLBlank
BLBoys' Life (Boy Scouts of America magazine)
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BLBoys' Love (anime)
BLBloco (Portuguese: block; postal usage)
BLBolivia
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BLBlowing (METAR descriptor)
BLBaltic (linguistics)
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BLBorderlands (gaming)
BLBacklash
BLBlake Lively (actress)
BLBlack Love
BLBin Laden
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BLBelluno (Veneto, Italy)
BLBlanking
BLBig Lots (retail store sales quantity)
BLBale
BLBruce Lee
BLBoundary Layer
BLBlower
BLBody Language
BLBlack Lagoon (Anime)
BLBoston Legal (US TV series)
BLBad Luck (chat)
BLBacklit
BLBachelor of Letters (Bachelor of Arts - Japan)
BLBuddy List
BLBuilding Line (construction)
BLBacklog
BLBig Leaf (plant physiology)
BLBush League
BLBud Light (beer)
BLBritish Leyland
BLBell Labs (Bell Telephone Laboratories)
BLBusiness Logic
BLBlockland (gaming)
BLBelly Laugh
BLBurkitt's Lymphoma
BLBart's and The London (School of Medicine and Dentistry, UK)
BLBeam Line
BLBe Late
BLBilinear
BLBurkitt Lymphoma
BLBut Last (Hyper Logo command)
BLBlast Load
BLBioluminescence
BLBlack Lung (Social Security)
BLBody Lift (automotive)
BLBasal Lamina (biology)
BLBoylover (used by pedophiles)
BLBiosafety Level
BLBreech Loading
BLBudget Line
BLBreaking Load (engineering)
BLBit Line (computer memory)
BLBlood Lust (gaming)
BLBarrister-at-Law (UK)
BLBonney Lake (Washington)
BLBlack Lotus (gaming, Magic The Gathering)
BLBattle Lab
BLBikini-Line
BLBachelor of Law
BLBorderline Lepromatous (leprosy)
BLBig Log
BLBasic Load (ammunition)
BLBolaffi (philatelic dealers)
BLBiocontainment Level (US DoD)
BLBishops Lydeard (UK railway station)
BLBats Left (baseball)
BLBeastlord (gaming, Everquest)
BLBattery Limit
BLBachelier en Loisirs (Bachelor of Leisure Studies)
BLBuried Layer
BLBurnlist (social networking game)
BLBoys Latin School of Maryland (Baltimore)
BLBeauty Leopard (Geely sports car model)
BLBereichsleiter/In (German: Director General)
BLBreadth-Length
BLBronzen Leeuw (Dutch)
BLButt Line
BLButtock Line
BLBend Loss
BLBinder Library
BLBattle-Lemarie (wavelet families)
BLBroken Loop
BLBlock Formatter
BLBombline
BLBeautiful Lineswoman (Seinfeld TV show)
BLBeta Lamda
BLBridge Latch
BLBattle Laboratories
BLBell Logger
BLBibliography of the Lepidoptera
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Bioterrorism agents used can be categorized as biosafety level 2 pathogens such as salmonella, biosafety level 3 pathogens such as Venezuelan equine encephalitis, or biosafety level 4 pathogens such as smallpox (see Table 2).
This volume, published in March 1995, stated that all microbiology laboratories providing service at the American Thoracic Society Level II or Level III had to provide Biosafety Level 3 protection.
The Institute is the only laboratory in the Department of Defense equipped to safely study highly hazardous viruses requiring maximum containment at Biosafety Level 4.
A biosafety level (BSL) is a set of biocontainment precautions required to isolate dangerous biological agents in an enclosed laboratory facility.
Purifier Axiom Class II Biological Safety Cabinet provides protection for personnel, product and the laboratory environment by filtering hazardous particulates and aerosols, such as agents that require Biosafety Level 1, 2 or 3 containment, with the option of venting away hazardous fumes.
Laboratories should ensure that their facilities and practices meet the appropriate Biosafety Level (BSL) for the type of work being conducted (including the specific biological agents--in this case, Zika virus) in the laboratory.
QATAR University Biomedical Research Center (QU-BRC) is working towards the establishment of a biosafety level 3 laboratory (BSL-3) or a facility that is applicable to clinical and research on viruses which may cause serious or potentially lethal diseases after inhalation such as MERS and H5N1.
Specimens suspected of containing F tularensis should be handled at biosafety level 2 at a minimum.
The pathogen is classified as a biosafety level 4 (BSL-4) [1] pathogen and should be handled only in high-level biosafety settings (1).
* The patient was treated under BSL-2 (biosafety level 2) conditions, although the World Health Organization states that BSL-4 precautions are needed for working with Ebola virus.
The flu virus, for example, is approximately 100 nanometers in size, so the laboratory must have the necessary extraction equipment and personnel trained to complete the skilled techniques, all within the required biosafety level so that the technicians would not become infected themselves.
Working in biosafety level 3 and 4 laboratories; a practical introduction.