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Revision as of 11:42, 20 February 2012

Introduction

Incubator with cultures

Currently only a Draft Page.


Laboratory Methods

PC1 and PC2 tissue culture facilities with access to high resolution imaging and mass spec analysis.


Links: Honours TC Tutorial | Methods - Neural Culture | Musashi 1 | Caspase 3

Gene Technology

Links: OGTR | Gene Technology Amendment Regulations 2011 | OGTR Guidelines | Guidelines for the Transport, Storage and Disposal of (GMOs 2011)

Guidelines for the Transport, Storage and Disposal of GMOs

With effect on and from 1 September 2011, the Gene Technology Regulator (the Regulator) has issued a new guideline, Guidelines for the Transport, Storage and Disposal of GMOs (Version 1.1).

Links: Guidelines for the Transport, Storage and Disposal of (GMOs 2011) | OGTR Guidelines

Lab Health & Safety

Safe Work Procedures (SWPs) and Risk Assessments (RAs) should be inducted and reviewed prior to all new lab methods. These lab forms should also be signed off for lab records of staff/student competence.

Links: Medicine SWP/RA Database

Tissue Culture

General

Health & Safety

SOMS

UNSW