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Peter J Zanzucchi, Satyam C Cherukuri, Sterling E McBride: Partitioned microelectronic and fluidic device array for clinical diagnostics and chemical synthesis. David Sarnoff Research Center, William J Burke, December 17, 1996: US05585069 (462 worldwide citation)

A system for processing a plurality of tests or syntheses in parallel comprising a sample channel for moving samples into a microlaboratory array of a plurality of wells connected by one or more channels for the testing or synthesis of samples, a station for housing the array and an optical system c ...


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Peter J Zanzucchi, Satyam C Cherukuri, Sterling E McBride, Amrit K Judd: Partitioned microelectronic device array. David Sarnoff Research Center, William J Burke, January 14, 1997: US05593838 (448 worldwide citation)

A system for processing a plurality of tests or syntheses in parallel comprising a sample channel for moving samples into a microlaboratory array of a plurality of wells connected by one or more channels for the testing or synthesis of samples, a station for housing the array and an optical system c ...


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Satyam C Cherukuri, Robert R Demers, Zhong H Fan, Aaron W Levine, Sterling E McBride, Peter J Zanzucchi: Method and system for inhibiting cross-contamination in fluids of combinatorial chemistry device. David Sarnoff Research Center, William J Burke, February 18, 1997: US05603351 (319 worldwide citation)

A system and method for accomplishing a plurality of combinatorial processes in parallel comprising a microelectronic and fluidic array (device array) having micron-sized reservoirs, connecting microchannels and reaction cells etched into a substrate. The device array is supported by a station which ...


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Peter J Burt, Michal Irani, Stephen Charles Hsu, Padmanabhan Anandan, Michael W Hansen: System for automatically aligning images to form a mosaic image. David Sarnoff Research Center, William J Burke, July 15, 1997: US05649032 (304 worldwide citation)

A system for automatically generating a mosaic from a plurality of input images. The system sequentially executes an image alignment process, an editing process, and a combining process such that, from a sequence of images, the system automatically produces a seamless mosaic for various applications ...


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Richard P Wildes, Jane C Asmuth, Keith J Hanna, Stephen C Hsu, Raymond J Kolczynski, James R Matey, Sterling E McBride: Automated, non-invasive iris recognition system and method. David Sarnoff Research Center, W J Burke, November 5, 1996: US05572596 (303 worldwide citation)

Iris recognition is achieved by (1) iris acquisition that permits a user to self-position his or her eye into an imager's field of view without the need for any physical contact, (2) spatially locating the data defining that portion of a digitized video image of the user's eye that defines solely th ...


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Peter J Burt: Dynamic method for recognizing objects and image processing system therefor. David Sarnoff Research Center, William J Burke, November 5, 1991: US05063603 (300 worldwide citation)

A time series of successive relatively high-resolution frames of image data, any frame of which may or may not include a graphical representation of one or more predetermined specific members (e.g., particular known persons) of a given generic class (e.g. human beings), is examined in order to recog ...


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Peter J Zanzucchi, Sterling E McBride, Charlotte A Burton, Satyam C Cherukuri: Apparatus and methods for controlling fluid flow in microchannels. David Sarnoff Research Center, William J Burke, May 27, 1997: US05632876 (237 worldwide citation)

By combining electro-osmotic and electrohydrodynamic pumps in a microchannel, both polar and non-polar fluids can be moved along said channel. The pumps can be made from pairs of wire electrodes inserted into openings in the channel and connected to a source of a pulsed DC power. By reversing the vo ...


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Richard Patrick Wildes, Jane Circle Asmuth, Keith James Hanna, Stephen Charles Hsu, Raymond Joseph Kolczynski, James Regis Matey, Sterling Eduard McBride: Automated, non-invasive iris recognition system and method. David Sarnoff Research Center, William J Burke, May 12, 1998: US05751836 (231 worldwide citation)

Iris recognition is achieved by (1) iris acquisition that permits a user to self-position his or her eye into an imager's field of view without the need for any physical contact, (2) spatially locating the data defining that portion of a digitized video image of the user's eye that defines solely th ...


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Peter John Zanzucchi, Satyam Choudary Cherukuri, Sterling Edward McBride: Partitioned microelectronic device array. David Sarnoff Research Center, William J Burke, May 26, 1998: US05755942 (207 worldwide citation)

A system for processing a plurality of tests or syntheses in parallel comprising a sample channel for moving samples into a microlaboratory array of a plurality of wells connected by one or more channels for the testing or synthesis of samples, a station for housing the array and an optical system c ...


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Peter John Zanzucchi, Satyam Choudary Cherukuri, Sterling Edward McBride: Etching to form cross-over, non-intersecting channel networks for use in partitioned microelectronic and fluidic device arrays for clinical diagnostics and chemical synthesis. David Sarnoff Research Center, W J Burke, October 28, 1997: US05681484 (202 worldwide citation)

A system for processing a plurality of tests or syntheses in parallel comprising a sample channel for moving samples into a microlaboratory array of a plurality of wells connected by one or more channels for the testing-or synthesis of samples, a station for housing the array and an optical system c ...



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