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Yoram Palti: System for monitoring and controlling blood and tissue constituent levels. CB Carmel Biotechnology, Bryan Cave, November 29, 1994: US05368028 (379 worldwide citation)

Systems are disclosed which utilize implanted chemo-sensitive living cells to monitor tissue or blood concentration levels of chemicals. The implanted cells produce a detectable electrical, optical or chemical signal in response to changes in concentration in surrounding medium. The signal is then d ...


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Yoram Palti: Implantable sensor chip. CB Carmel Biotechnology, Bryan Cave, David M Klein, May 7, 1996: US05513636 (361 worldwide citation)

An implantable sensor chip, which is preferably small enough to be injected through a hypodermic needle, includes a base constructed of an electrically insulating material, and at least one sensor for generating an output signal in the presence of a constituent or the existence of a condition. The s ...


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Yoram Palti: Implantable drug delivery pump. CB Carmel Biotechnology, Bryan Cave, David M Klein, December 12, 1995: US05474552 (336 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for maintaining the concentration of glucose in a person, animal or tissue within a predetermined range is disclosed. An implanted sensor of living cells produces a detectable electrical signal which varies with the concentration of glucose. A controller detects the electrical ...


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Yoram Palti: Implantable capsule for enhancing cell electric signals. CB Carmel Biotechnology, Bryan Cave, David M Klein, June 25, 1996: US05529066 (43 worldwide citation)

A capsule for encapsulating implantable cells for improving the detectability of electrical signals generated by the cells is provided. The capsule includes a low-conductivity (high electrical resistance) membrane and a semi-permeable (low electrical resistance) membrane. The low-conductivity membra ...


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Palti Yoram: Inplantable drug delivery pump. Cb Carmel Biotechnology, April 16, 1997: EP0767687-A1

A method and apparatus for maintaining the concentration of glucose in a person, animal or tissue within a predetermined range is disclosed. An implanted sensor of living cells produces a detectable electrical signal which varies with the concentration of glucose. A controller detects the electrical ...


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Palti Yoram: Implantable sensor chip. Cb Carmel Biotechnology, May 28, 1997: EP0774917-A1

An implantable sensor chip, which is preferably small enough to be injected through a hypodermic needle, includes a base (4) constructed of an electrically insulating material, and at least one sensor for generating an output signal in the presence of a constituent or the existence of condition. The ...


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Palti Yoram: Inplantable drug delivery pump. Palti Yoram, Cb Carmel Biotechnology, Kaufmann Yadin, KLEIN David M, January 4, 1996: WO/1996/000106

A method and apparatus for maintening the concentration of glucose in a person, animal or tissue within a predetermined range, is disclosed. An implanted sensor of living cells (2) produces a detectable electrical signal which varies with the concentration of glucose. A controller (4) detects the el ...


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Palti Yoram: Implantable capsule for enhancing cell electric signals. Palti Yoram, Cb Carmel Biotechnology, Kaufmann Yadin, KLEIN David M, January 4, 1996: WO/1996/000032

A capsule for encapsulating implantable cells for improving the detectability of electrical signals generated by the cells is provided. The capsule includes a low-conductivity (high electrical resistance) membrane (2) and a semi-permeable (low electrical resistance) membrane (4). The low-conductivit ...


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Palti Yoram: Implantable sensor chip. Palti Yoram, Cb Carmel Biotechnology, Kaufmann Yadin, KLEIN David M, February 22, 1996: WO/1996/004841

An implantable sensor chip, which is preferably small enough to be injected through a hypodermic needle, includes a base (4) constructed of an electrically insulating material, and at least one sensor for generating an output signal in the presence of a constituent or the existence of condition. The ...


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Palti Yoram: Implantable capsule for enhancing cell electric signals. Cb Carmel Biotechnology, April 16, 1997: EP0767621-A1

A capsule for encapsulating implantable cells for improving the detectability of electrical signals generated by the cells is provided. The capsule includes a low-conductivity (high electrical resistance) membrane (2) and a semi-permeable (low electrical resistance) membrane (4). The low-conductivit ...



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