Vaporized Hydrogen Peroxide-based Biodecontamination of a High-Containment Laboratory under Negative Pressure

Krishnan, J., Berry, J., Fey, G., and Wagener, S. (2006). Vaporized Hydrogen Peroxide-based Biodecontamination of a High-Containment Laboratory under Negative Pressure. Applied Biosafety. 11(2):74-80.
The authors examine the efficacy of vaporized hydrogen peroxide (VHP) as a formaldehyde alternative for decontaminating space in a containment level 3 laboratory suite. They found that VHP can be used (under negative pressure) to safely biodecontaminate a laboratory.
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