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Keith Everett
Keith Everett: LED array for illuminating cell well plates and automated rack system for handling the same. Biolex, Alston & Bird, January 9, 2007: US07160717 (15 worldwide citation)

An assembly for promoting the growth of plant tissues that includes a plurality of plates each defining an array of wells wherein each of the wells contains a tissue sample. Support for the plates is provided by a rack having a plurality of vertically stacked shelves that may include one or more reg ...


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Keith Everett
R Edward Branson, Keith Everett, Bob Hester, Timothy B Vickers: Bioreactor for growing biological materials supported on a liquid surface. Biolex, Alston & Bird, February 13, 2007: US07176024 (15 worldwide citation)

A bioreactor assembly of the present invention for holding a media and supporting growth of a plurality of plants. The assembly includes a light source and a container having a light transmissive wall structure and defining a reservoir. A major axis of the reservoir is substantially horizontal allow ...


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Keith Everett
Keith Everett: Led array for illuminating cell well plates and automated rack system for handling the same. Biolex, Alston & Bird, January 20, 2004: US06680200 (7 worldwide citation)

An assembly for promoting the growth of plant tissues that includes a plurality of plates each defining an array of wells wherein each of the wells contains a tissue sample. Support for the plates is provided by a rack having a plurality of vertically stacked shelves that may include one or more reg ...


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Keith Everett
Keith Everett: Plate and method for high throughput screening. Biolex Therapeutics, Alston & Bird, February 5, 2008: US07326385

A multiple well plate and method for media exchange, including a body defining a plurality of cell wells each connected via a channel to one of a plurality of aspiration holes, is provided. The cell wells contain a porous, hydrophilic frit which is suspended on a ledge above a reservoir of fluid med ...


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Keith Everett
Keith Everett: Plate and method for high throughput screening. Biolex Therapeutics, Alston & Bird, May 1, 2008: US20080098585-A1

A multiple well plate and method for media exchange, including a body defining a plurality of cell wells each connected via a channel to one of a plurality of aspiration holes, is provided. The cell wells contain a porous, hydrophilic frit which is suspended on a ledge above a reservoir of fluid med ...


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Keith Everett
Keith Everett: Plate and method for high throughput screening. Biolex, Alston & Bird, Bank Of America Plaza, February 6, 2003: US20030026738-A1

A multiple well plate and method for media exchange, including a body defining a plurality of cell wells each connected via a channel to one of a plurality of aspiration holes, is provided. The cell wells contain a porous, hydrophilic frit which is suspended on a ledge above a reservoir of fluid med ...


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Keith Everett
R Edward Branson, Keith Everett, Bob Hester, Timothy B Vickers: Bioreactor for growing biological materials supported on a liquid surface. Biolex, Alston & Bird, May 3, 2007: US20070094926-A1

A bioreactor assembly of the present invention for holding a media and supporting growth of a plurality of plants. The assembly includes a light source and a container having a light transmissive wall structure and defining a reservoir. A major axis of the reservoir is substantially horizontal allow ...


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Keith Everett
Keith Everett: Plate and method for high throughput screening. Biolex Therapeutics, Alston & Bird, May 1, 2008: US20080102518-A1

A multiple well plate and method for media exchange, including a body defining a plurality of cell wells each connected via a channel to one of a plurality of aspiration holes, is provided. The cell wells contain a porous, hydrophilic frit which is suspended on a ledge above a reservoir of fluid med ...


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Keith Everett
Keith Everett: Plate and method for high throughput screening. Biolex Therapeutics, Alston & Bird, April 24, 2008: US20080096269-A1

A multiple well plate and method for media exchange, including a body defining a plurality of cell wells each connected via a channel to one of a plurality of aspiration holes, is provided. The cell wells contain a porous, hydrophilic frit which is suspended on a ledge above a reservoir of fluid med ...


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Keith Everett
Keith Everett, Lynn F Dickey: Aseptic bioreactor system for processing biological materials. Biolex Therapeutics, Alston & Bird, August 19, 2010: US20100209966-A1

A bioreactor system according to one embodiment of the present invention is provided for producing and processing a biological material in an aseptic environment. For example, the system includes at least one culture tube configured to hold a liquid media containing a biological material and at leas ...



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