Synthetic biology and occupational risk

@article{Howard2017SyntheticBA,
  title={Synthetic biology and occupational risk},
  author={J. Howard and V. Murashov and P. Schulte},
  journal={Journal of Occupational and Environmental Hygiene},
  year={2017},
  volume={14},
  pages={224 - 236}
}
ABSTRACT Synthetic biology is an emerging interdisciplinary field of biotechnology that involves applying the principles of engineering and chemical design to biological systems. Biosafety professionals have done an excellent job in addressing research laboratory safety as synthetic biology and gene editing have emerged from the larger field of biotechnology. Despite these efforts, risks posed by synthetic biology are of increasing concern as research procedures scale up to industrial processes… Expand
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