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Biosafety and quality assurance in the mycology laboratory 

Biosafety and quality assurance in the mycology laboratory
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Biosafety and quality assurance in the mycology laboratory
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Michael D. Palmer

, and Shila Seaton

DOI:
10.1093/med/9780198755388.003.0038
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date: 04 December 2021

This chapter examines the roles of biosafety and quality assurance (with emphasis on the importance of external quality assessment) and demonstrates their importance in a clinical mycology laboratory setting. Their practice and combination are required to ensure the provision of precise and accurate analyses in a safety-focused environment to support optimal patient care.

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