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Biosafety Training / Legionella Testing
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Prevalence of Infection-Competent Serogroup 6 L. pneumophila within Premise plumbing - mBio. February 2018
Because the widely used urinary antigen diagnostic test does not readily detect non-SG1 L. pneumophila, Legionnaires’ disease caused by SG6 L. pneumophila is likely underreported worldwide

Environmental Validation of Legionella Control in a VHA Facility Water System - Infect. Cont. Hosp. Epidemiol. February 2018
Confirmed that 100 mL sample volumes were adequate & 10× concentrations were adequate

Effect of heat shock on hot water plumbing microbiota and L. pneumophila control - Microbiome February 2018
Importance of maintaining consistent elevated temperatures in the system relative to short-term heat shock

COB April 9-13, 2018

GTS Legionella Water Testing Lab - 37 years of legionella testing
Control of Biohazards Course - 39-years of biosafety training
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Control of Biohazards in the Laboratory Course
Monday April 9 - Friday April 13, 2018

Johns Hopkins University Mt. Washington Campus Conference Center, Baltimore Maryland

Course Registration 4.5 ABSA CMB points
Richard W. Gilpin, Ph.D., RBP, CBSP
Director, Control of Biohazards Course
https://www.legionella.com/biosafety-training/
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Registration Open - 2018 Control of Biohazards in the Research Laboratory
https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/registration-open-cob-2018-richard-gilpin/
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Cooling Towers Cause Largest Legionellosis Outbreaks
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Volatile Organic Chemical Risk Analysis for Class II Biosafety Cabinets (BSCs)

Canopy-connected Type A2 BSCs can handle most quantities of volatile chemicals used in biomedical research, in my opinion.

https://www.legionella.com/blog/2017/9/27/volatile-organic-chemical-risk-analysis-for-class-ii-biosafety-cabinets-bscs
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70% IPA or Ethanol? - Bleach Instead? Disinfectants for BSC Work
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