Jonathan Richmond, PhD
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CDC Guidelines
1. Richmond, JY and Nesby-O'Dell, S. Laboratory Security and Emergency Response Guidance for Laboratories Working with Select Agents, Biosafety in Microbiological and Biomedical Laboratories, MMWR, 51(RR19);1-8, 2002.

2. Office of Health and Safety, et al, Interstate Shipment of Biological Materials that Contain or May Contain Infectious Substances, NPRM, 1999. 

3. Office of Health and Safety, et al: Fatal Cercopithecine herpesvirus 1 (B Virus) Infection Following a Mucotaneous Exposure and Interim Recommendations for Worker Protection, MMWR, December 18, 1998, Vol. 47/No.49. 

4. Office of Health and Safety, et al, Additional Requirements for Facilities Transferring or Receiving Select Agents, 42 CFR 72 October 24, 1996. 

5. Office of Health and Safety, et al: Update: Management of Patients with Suspected Hemorrhagic Fever - United States, MMWR, June 30, 1995 Vol.44/No.25.

6. Richmond, JY, et al: Laboratory Management of Agents Associated with Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome: Interim Biosafety Guidelines, MMWR R&R, May 13, Vol. 43, No. RR-7, 1994. 

7. Knudsen, RC, Slazyk, W.E., Richmond, JY, and Hannon, WH: Guidelines for the Shipment of Dried Blood Spot Specimens, a CDC Safety and Health Monograph, 1993. (also published in the Journal of the American Biological Safety Association, 1995) 

8. Richmond, JY, editor: Protocol for Occupational HIV Exposure, 1992. (Adopted at CDC laboratories in Puerto Rico in 1993, in Thailand in 1994, and Cote d'Iviore in 1995.)

9. Richmond, JY, Ed: Occupational Immunization Program Manual, 1992; revised 1993. 
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