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LABORATORY PROCEDURES FOR ANIMAL & HUMAN CELL LINES

Appendix

REFERENCE NO: AHC/1998/4/1 Appendix 1


TITLE: SPECIAL EXPORT LICENCE REQUIREMENTS FOR BIOLOGICAL MATERIALS POTENTIALLY USED IN GENERATION OF BIOLOGICAL WEAPONS


Collections located in UK:
Is the order from one of the following countries?

Afghanistan
Albania
Algeria
Angola
Armenia
Azerbaijan
Byelorussia
Bosnia & Herzegovina
Brazil
Bulgaria
Burma
China
Croatia
Cuba
Czech & Slovak Federal Republic

Egypt
Estonia
Georgia
India
Iran
Iraq
Israel
Kazakhstan
Kyrgyzsstan
Latvia
Libya
Lithuania
Moldavia
Mongolia
North Korea

Pakistan
Poland
Romania
Russian Federation
Slovenia
Somalia
South Africa
South Korea
Syria
Taiwan
Tajikistan
Turkmenistan
Ukraine
Uzbekistan
Vietnam

and all other countries formerly part of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia.

For collections located in the United Kingdom, send fax and coy through post to Mrs Germaind Sladovich, Sensitive Technologies Unit, Department of Trade & Industry, Kingsgate House, 66 to 74 Victoria Street, London SW1E 6SW. Fax 0171 215 8521.

Give details of :
- Who/where order is from.
- What order is for.
- Any information on eventual use of materials.
- DTI will not respond to phone calls or fax alone; enquiry must be followed up by a letter.

For collections located in Germany: DSMZ does not send cell lines to countries which are under the "Act on the control of war weapons" and in general do not send them to countries which can not be reached fast by a postal service company.

For collections located in Italy: INRC follows the rules of importation. INRC only send cell lines up to class II containment, which are not suitable for constructing biological weapons.


Guidelines prepared for CABRI by CERDIC, DSMZ, ECACC, INRC, November 1998; updated August 1999
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