In Vivo Agents

The In Vivo Chemicals (IVCs) Standard is written to protect all individuals at Georgia Tech who may become potentially exposed to antineoplastic agents and other hazardous chemicals used in In Vivo procedures.  All procedures and processes outlined in the IVCs Standard, ensures that Georgia Tech laboratories have been informed of the presence of these chemicals in their work place and are given adequate training in mitigating any potential exposure.  For further information or any assistance, please contact us.

Describes the requirements for the use and handling of in-vivo agents (hazardous chemicals or nanomaterials injected into animals)