>Foreward from the BSE list:
>This looks to be a major advance. The full text will be of great interest.
>Use of capillary electrophoresis and fluorescent labeled peptides to detect
>the abnormal prion protein in the blood of animals that are infected with a
>transmissible spongiform encephalopathy.
>Schmerr MJ firstname.lastname@example.org, Jenny AL, Bulgin MS, Miller JM,
>Hamir AN, Cutlip RC, Goodwin KR
>J Chromatogr A 1999 Aug 20;853(1-2):207-14
>National Animal Disease Center, MWA, ARS, US Department of Agriculture,
>Ames, IA 50010, USA.
Tom, what do you see as the Major Advance?
Do you think that the technical ability to identify these prions with
this methodology will result in an actual reduction in exposure to
I'm asking a technology-assessment-and-equity question and am truly
interested in your thoughts. I'll listen, then say more.
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