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Stanley Keith: Methods for the amplification, quantitation and identification of nucleic acids. Corbett Life Science, Stanley Keith, SHELSTON IP, March 8, 2007: WO/2007/025340 (5 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to improved methods of amplifying and optionally quantifying and/or identifying a plurality of selected nucleic acid molecules from a pool of nucleic acid molecules. A first round of multiplex amplification used where the amplification reaction is allowed to proceed to a point ...


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Keith Stanley, John Corbett: Thermocycler and sample port. Corbett Life Science, Baker Donelson Bearman Caldwell & Berkowitz PC, February 28, 2012: US08124413 (2 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to continuous flow systems, in particular thermocyclers for the automated and continuous cycling of fluid between a plurality of temperature zones in the amplification of nucleic acids. The invention also relates to an improved sample port for introducing a volume of a liquid s ...


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John Michael Corbett, John Michael Corbett Jr: Centrifugal device and method for performing binding assays. Corbett Life Science, Baker Donelson Bearman Caldwell & Berkowitz PC, December 20, 2011: US08080410 (2 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a device for performing binding assays. In particular, the invention relates to a centrifugal device for performing such assays. The invention also relates to a method of performing binding assays involving antigen-antibody binding, nucleic acid hybridization, or receptor-li ...


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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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John Michael Corbett, John Michael Corbett Jr: Centrifugal device and method for performing binding assays. Corbett Life Science, Baker Donelson Bearman Caldwell & Berkowitz PC, December 25, 2012: US08338191

The invention relates to a device for performing binding assays. In particular, the invention relates to a centrifugal device for performing such assays. The invention also relates to a method of performing binding assays involving antigen-antibody binding, nucleic acid hybridization, or receptor-li ...


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Corbett John Michael, Corbett John Michael Jr: Centrifugal device and method for performing binding assays. Corbett Life Science, August 31, 2005: EP1567861-A1

The invention the subject of this application relates to a device performing binding assays. In particular, the invention relates to a centrifugal device (1) for performing such assays. The invention also relates to a method of performing binding assays involving antigen-antibody binding, nucleic ac ...


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Stanley Keith: Methods for the amplification, quantitation and identification of nucleic acids. Corbett Life Science, liuxiao dong pengkun peng, October 1, 2008: CN200680036534

The invention relates to improved methods of amplifying and optionally quantifying and/or identifying a plurality of selected nucleic acid molecules from a pool of nucleic acid molecules. A first round of multiplex amplification used where the amplification reaction is allowed to proceed to a point ...


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Stanley Keith, Corbett John: Thermocycler and sample port. Corbett Life Science, October 22, 2008: EP1982195-A1

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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Stanley Keith: Methods for the amplification, quantitation and identification of nucleic acids. Corbett Life Science, July 2, 2008: EP1937834-A1

The invention relates to improved methods of amplifying and optionally quantifying and/or identifying a plurality of selected nucleic acid molecules from a pool of nucleic acid molecules. A first round of multiplex amplification used where the amplification reaction is allowed to proceed to a point ...