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Figure 1 The entry area for the maximum-containment labs includes a pass-through shower. Scientists prepare for their work by donning either a suit lab or working in the cabinet lab. (Photo courtesy of Julia Hilliard.)

Figure 2 Materials that leave the BSL-4 lab go through two sets of autoclaves or two sets of cross-linked glutaraldehyde dunk baths. A decontamination facility is situated under the lab. The disposal system consists of two redundant 150-gallon tanks released into a boiler-decontamination unit. (Photo courtesy of Julia Hilliard.)

Figure 3 When pathogen samples arrive, the packages are transported through an isolated hallway that is cordoned off from other areas of the facility. They are opened in a Level 2 unpackaging room, which is attached to the BSL-3 and -4 labs. (Photo courtesy of Julia Hilliard.)

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