Biosafety meaning

bīō-sāftē
The set of measures taken to ensure the safe handling of biohazardous materials, such as pathogens, biological contaminants, and genetically modified organisms, especially to prevent their accidental spread beyond a laboratory or research facility.
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Safety procedures associated with the research and production of biological products.
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Protection from potential harm from biological agents, such as infectious microbes or modified genes.
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The set of measures taken to ensure the safe handling of biohazardous materials, such as pathogens, biological contaminants, and genetically modified organisms, especially to prevent their accidental spread beyond a laboratory or research facility.
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Origin of biosafety

  • bio- +‎ safety

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