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Corbett John: Thermal cycling device. Corbett Research, Corbett John, DAVIES COLLISON CAVE, June 4, 2009: WO/2009/067744 (3 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for controlling the temperature of a reaction mixture held within a reaction container, the apparatus including a radiation source for exposing the reaction container to radiation thereby heating the reaction mixture, a temperature sensor for sensing a temperature indicative of a reaction ...


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Stanley Keith, Corbett John: Apparatus and method for nucleic acid amplification. Corbett Research, Stanley Keith, Corbett John, DAVISE COLLISON CAVE, September 12, 2008: WO/2008/106719 (2 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides apparatus (1) for conducting sequential nucleic acid amplification reactions. The apparatus (1) comprises a platform (2) having a sample compartment (5) and a plurality of reaction compartments (10). The sample compartment (5) is adapted to receive a fluid sample for c ...


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Corbett John Michael, Corbett John Michael Jr: Continuous flow thermal device. Corbett Research, Corbett John Michael, Corbett John Michael Jr, SPRUSON GPO Box 3898 Sydney New South Wales 2001, February 27, 2003: WO/2003/016558 (2 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a thermal cycling device including: a heat exchanger body (3) having a longitudinal axis and longitudinally divided to provide at least two segments which are able to be heated to different temperatures so that said body has peripheral surfaces of different temperature ...


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Stanley Keith, Corbett John: Thermocycler and sample port. Corbett Life Science, Stanley Keith, Corbett John, DAVIES COLLISON CAVE, August 9, 2007: WO/2007/087690 (1 worldwide citation)

A sample port for introducing a volume of a liquid sample into a fluid carrier stream flowing through a continuous flow tube having an outlet and a common inlet into which said carrier stream and said liquid sample are both introduced, said port comprising a reservoir for continuously supplying said ...


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CORBETT JOHN LORIMER: [en] Improvements in Time Checking Apparatus.. CORBETT JOHN LORIMER, May 13, 1899: GB189814935-A

[en] 14,935. Corbett, J. L. July 7. Time-checking apparatus for workmen. Relates to the type of apparatus described in Specification No. 18,528, A.D. 1896, and consists in providing a large open hopper for the early workmen's checks, which is closed by clockwork at the pre-arranged time, the deflect ...


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Maclean James, Corbett John William: Improvements in and relating to metal sashes.. Maclean James, Corbett John William, August 14, 1919: GB130904-A

130,904. Maclean, J., and Corbett, J. W. Feb. 7, 1919. Window frames.- In frames of the type in which one metallic sash bar passes through a slot in another one. the sash bar A is provided with a transverse member D which is curved to present a grooved seating which at the part above the slot is pre ...


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CORBETT JOHN LORIMER: [en] Improvements in Time Checking Apparatus.. CORBETT JOHN LORIMER, February 7, 1907: GB190609668-A

[en] 9668. Corbett, J. L. April 25. Timechecking apparatus for workmen and watchmen. Relates to telltales of the kind described in Specification No. 18,528. A.D. 1896. A pivoted shoot G is conneded by a chain E to a lever D operated by a cam C on a spindle of the clockwork, so that the shoot is dire ...


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CORBETT JOHN, STEER GEORGE KITCHEN: [en] Improvements in Pick-sockets for Holding Removable Blades.. CORBETT JOHN, STEER GEORGE KITCHEN, April 6, 1911: GB191021759-A

[en] 21,759. Corbett, J., and Steer, G. K. Sept. 20. Fixing by T and like sockets.-A pick socket for interchangeable blades consists of two tubular parts A, B provided with transverse side slots I, F respectively. The outer part A is capable of sliding longitudinally a n d of wedging upon the inner ...


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CORBETT JOHN P: [en] Improvements in and relating to Rim Braces and Tyre Clamps.. CORBETT JOHN P, July 10, 1913: GB191309369-A

[en] 9369. Corbett, J. P. April 21. Tyres, non-elastic, and rims.-The lap joint in the felloe 1 is braced by a yoke 4 and a clamp 6 connected by a radial bolt 9 countersunk in the clamp. The clamp is recessed into the felloe and formed with extended flanges 7 which are recessed into the wheel tyre 8 ...