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LABORATORY PROCEDURES FOR PLANT CELL LINES

REFERENCE NO.: PC/1998/1/1


 TITLE: GENERAL GUIDELINES FOR MANAGEMENT AND ORGANIZATION


INTRODUCTION

For organisation and management the plant cell culture collection has to follow general principals and guidelines as well as international, European and national laws and regulations. These principals, guidelines and laws are summarised in this chapter.

1. General Principals and Guidelines

 The plant cell culture collection should follow where possible the guidelines laid down for microbial service collections and the CABRI project (PC/1998/1/2).

 2. International Law

 The plant cell culture collection has to follow the relevant international laws and regulations (PC/1998/1/3)

 3. European Law and Regulations

 The plant cell culture collection has to follow the relevant European Law and Regulations (PC/1998/1/4)

 4. National Laws and Regulations

 The plant cell culture collection has to follow the relevant national laws and regulations. For Germany, German laws and regulations are described in PC/1998/1/5

 5. Security, Quality and Transfer Restriction Codes

 The plant cell culture collection has to follow the relevant security, quality and transfer restriction codes whenever necessary (PC/1998/1/6)

 6. Safety Regulations

 The plant cell culture collection has to follow the relevant safety regulations and to introduce new workers into their principals (PC/1998/1/7)

  7. Issue of Laboratory Procedures

 For the issue, control and updating of laboratory procedures the plant cell culture collection has to follow a basic sheme (PC/1998/1/8)

 8. Review of Record Books

 Record books where the relevant collection work is recorded have to be reviewed by the following principals (PC/1998/1/9)

 


Guidelines prepared for CABRI by DSMZ, 20 Jan 1998
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