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A Laboratory Inventory Declaration (LID) of all biological agents and toxins must be completed annually and submitted to ORC

Contact Hubert B. Olipares, MSPH, SLS (ASCP) for assistance

 

“Biomaterials” include but are not limited to plants, animals, arthropods, invertebrates, insects, bacteria, viruses, parasites, fungi, oomycetes, mycoplasmas, RNA, recombinant DNA, prions, proteins, GMOs, cell lines [specify if transformed, immortalized], tissues (e.g., blood, lung), human specimens (sputum, urine, feces, tissue, swabs), non-human animal specimens, fetal calf serum, algae, protoclones and nematodes, weeds, biological control agents (including those not presently discovered or known to exist in Hawai‘i) and “new” microorganisms identified as those “combining genetic material from organisms in different genera.”

Inventory Form (Part 1 & 2):