Robert Rothstein: Standard hardware-software interface for connecting any instrument which provides a digital output stream with any digital host computer. Analis, Howard L Rose, November 27, 1984: US04485439 (138 worldwide citation)

A microprocessor-controlled interface for permitting any digital host computer to receive serial digital data from any instrument wherein (a) the time at which digital data from the instrument is to enter the host computer and (b) the logical structure of the digital data entering the host computer ...

Roland Chevigne, Jacques Janssen: Method for the separation of glycosylated hemoglobin Hb A1c by agarose gel electrophoresis. Analis, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, September 21, 1993: US05246558 (18 worldwide citation)

According to the invention, an agarose gel containing chondroitin sulfate is used as a support medium for electrophoresis for separating glycosylated hemoglobin Hb Alc from the other types of hemoglobins.

Chevigne Roland, Janssen Jacques: Method for separating glycosylated hemoglobin hb a1c by electrophoresis on agarose gel.. Analis, July 22, 1992: EP0495347-A1 (11 worldwide citation)

Suivant l'invention, on utilise comme milieu de support pour l'électrophorèse un gel d'agarose contenant du sulfate de chondroïtine, pour séparer l'hémoglobine glycosylée Hb A1c des autres types d'hémoglobines. Une analyse densitométrique du gel après électrophorèse permet une quantification du pour ...


Roland Chevigne: Method for the separation, identification and quantification of isoenzymes and isoforms of alkaline phosphatase. Analis, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, November 23, 1993: US05264098 (7 worldwide citation)

The invention essentially relates to a method for the separation, identification and quantification of the isoenzymes and isoforms of alkaline phosphatase in samples of physiological fluid or tissue extracts, in which method a buffer, at least one nonionic detergent and at least one anionic detergen ...

Janssens Jacques, Chevigne Roland, Louis Philippe: Capillary electrophoresis detection and/or analysis method and unit. Analis, September 25, 1996: EP0733900-A2 (5 worldwide citation)

The present invention concerns a capillary electrophoresis detection and/or analysis method comprising the following steps : rinsing dynamically a ready-to-use capillary with an initiator, thereby producing an initialized capillary, said capillary comprising a cathode end and an anode end; adding a ...

Chevigne Roland: Procedure for separation, identification, and quantification of isoenzymes and isoforms of the alkaline phosphatase.. Analis, July 22, 1992: EP0495346-A1

L'invention concerne essentiellement un procédé pour séparer, identifier et quantifier les isoenzymes et isoformes de la phosphatase alcaline dans des échantillons de liquide physiologique ou des extraits de tissus, dans lequel on applique sur un milieu de support un tampon, au moins un détergent no ...

Benjey Robert P, Zorine Maxim V, Quintman Analis R: Attaching dissimilar materials to a fuel tank by weldment. Eaton Corporation, Benjey Robert P, Zorine Maxim V, Quintman Analis R, August 11, 2005: WO/2005/072937

A pass-through formed of material unweldable to a non-metallic tank has an adaptor ring (32,46) formed of material also unweldable to the tank which is welded to the pass-through body. Prior to welding the adaptor ring to the pass-through the adaptor ring is chemically bonded to a mounting ring (34, ...

Janssens Jacques, Chevigne Roland, Louis Philippe: Detection and/or analysis method and device for capillary electrophoresis. Analis, April 22, 1997: JP1997-105739

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To improve the efficiency of electrophoresis by rinsing a capillary with an initiator for forming an initialized capillary having a cathode distal end and an anode distal end, then adding thereto a capillary buffer solution including polyanion or its mixture, and putting a samp ...

Chevigne Roland, Janssens Jacques: Method of separating glycosylated hemoglobin hbalc by agarose-gel electrophoresis. Analis, May 28, 1993: JP1993-133938

PURPOSE: To provide an electrophoresis method wherein a glycosylated hemoglobin HbAlc can be separated from unglycosylated and other kinds of glycosylated hemoglobins and no interference with abnormal hemoglobin is indicated, and further, a component can be analyzed by concentration measurement afte ...