Indonesia One Health University Network (INDOHUN) continues to strive to support the implementation of the laboratory biorisk management system (SMBL) through the One Health Laboratory Network (OHLN) program in university and government laboratories in order to improve safety and security in handling biological materials during the identification and detection of infectious diseases. emerging (PIE) […]

  BSL3 (Biosafety Level 3) or ABSL3 (Animal Biosafety Level 3) is a laboratory safety level specifically designed for the research and manipulation of pathogenic microorganisms that can cause serious disease in humans or animals. BSL3/ABSL3 facilities adhere to strict standards in terms of design, equipment, and work protocols to prevent the spread of dangerous […]

  In the era of globalization and the interconnection between humans, animals and the environment, the management of diseases that can spread between species (zoonoses) is becoming increasingly complex. The One Health concept that integrates human, animal and environmental health is key in addressing public health challenges.The One Health laboratory network plays a central role […]

  Definition of Rabies Rabies is a zoonotic disease, a disease that is transmitted from animals to humans. This infection is transmitted by animals infected with rabies. The main animals that cause the spread of rabies are dogs, bats, cats and monkeys. In Indonesia, rabies or what is known as “mad dog disease” is still […]