In article <855d42$rm6$1 at nclient11-gui.server.virgin.net>,
damian.bond at virgin.net says...
>>I think a Company called Ensys uses such antibodies in immunoassay. Cannot
>recall whether it is mono or polyclonal.
>>Since PCBs are complex mixtures, do you know which one reacts with the
I'm curious, what are these used for? I believe that at least in the US.
the polyhalogenated biphenyls have been off the market for decades.
Or are there still food 'factories' that get their machine oil out of old
transformers (If you are under 30, a transformer is not a toy, it is an
electrical power device :) )
>Dennis <dennis at unity.ncsu.edu> wrote in message
>news:38724D88.EFFCFB70 at unity.ncsu.edu...>> I am looking for an aroclor pcb monoclonal. If you have one that you
>> would consider licensing I would appreciate it very much if you would
>> contact me at dennis at unity.ncsu.edu. Also, if you know if any
>> individual, university, or company with such a critter, please pass that
>> info on to me.
>>>> Thanks for your help.