University of Delaware Biological Material Inventory Form

University of Delaware
Biological Material Inventory Form
Biological agents or substances that could be biohazardous include, but are not
limited to, infectious or parasitic agents; non-infectious microorganisms such as bacteria,
fungi, yeast, and algae; plants and plant products; and animals and animal products. This
inventory should include any of the above items, particularly any agents hazardous to
humans, animals, plants, or the environment. Attach additional pages as necessary.
Name: _______EXAMPLE______________
Phone Number: ______x0000_____
Department: __University of Delaware_____
Labs Used: _______UD 125______
a. Bacteria
1. Bacterial pathogens__M. tuberculosis, Staphylococcus aureus_____________
2. Bacteria with drug resistance plasmids __methicillin resistant S. aureus_____
3. All other bacteria ___ coag-negative Staphylococcus, Klebsiella oxytoca____
b. Viruses
1. Oncogenic viruses __murine sarcoma virus____________________________
2. Infectious viruses __ HIV__________________________________________
3. Other viruses __apathogenic influenza________________________________
c. Fungi __Aspergillus sp., Saccharomyces cerevisiae, Candida albicans____________
d. Plant viruses, bacteria and fungi __Rhizobium, fungal hyphae__________________
e. Animal viruses, bacteria and fungi _ Newcastle virus, C. perfringens____________
f. Rickettsiae __Coxiella burnetii, Rickettsia rickettsii___________________________
g. Chlamydiae ___Chlamydia psittaci________________________________________
h. Parasites ___tapeworms, Plasmodium sp., Giardia lamblia_____________________
i. Recombinant DNA and products
1. Cloned DNA for non-toxic proteins or RNA
___E. coli thiI in pAT-9a__________________________________________
2. Cloned DNA for expression of toxins __ricin in pUC18_________________
3. Other cloned DNA _______________________________________________
j. Cultured human or animal cells and the potentially infectious agents these cells may
contain __HEK cells, human melanoma cells__________________________________
k. All human or animal clinical specimens (tissues, fluids, etc.) ____human blood,
human brain tissue, chicken embryos, rumen fluid_____________________________
l. Tissues from experimental animals (including animal dander)
___primate brains, rat brains________________________________________________
m. Whole animals or insects _chickens, goats, Ixodes ticks_______________________
n. Toxins (bacterial, animal, plant, etc.) _Botulism toxin, snake venom, aflatoxin____
o. Allergens __insect segments_____________________________________________
p. Prions __Scrapie, nvCJD________________________________________________
q. Other biological materials that do not meet the above categories
___phytoplankton, algal blooms, Mycoplasma pneumoniae________________________