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Nigel F Carter, Geoffrey R Chambers, Graham J Hughes, Steven Scott, Gurdial S Sanghera, Jared L Watkin: Electrochemical sensor. MediSense, Fish & Richardson P C, May 13, 1997: US05628890 (958 worldwide citation)

An electrode strip for use in an electrochemical sensor for measuring a compound in a sample is provided, including an electrode support, a reference or counter electrode disposed on the support, a working electrode spaced from the reference or counter electrode on the support, a covering layer defi ...


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Hugh A O Hill, Irving J Higgins, James M McCann, Graham Davis: Strip electrode including screen printing of a single layer. MediSense, Fish & Richardson, April 23, 1996: US05509410 (747 worldwide citation)

A sensor system that detects a current representative of a compound in a liquid mixture features a two-electrode strip adapted for releasable attachment to signal readout circuitry. The strip comprises an elongated support (preferably flat) adapted for releasable attachment to the readout circuitry; ...


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Wickham Mark David, Plotkin Elliot Verne, Beck Thomas William, Wai Lai Lock Louisa Agnes: Improved sensing system.. Medisense, June 14, 1989: EP0320109-A1 (740 worldwide citation)

An amperometric invasive probe electrode (1) for detecting an analyte comprises a fill of electrode material (6) contained in a generally cylindrical closed tube (4) having an aperture (7) protected by a membrane cover (8).


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Hugh Allen Oliver Hill, Irving John Higgins, James Michael McCann, Graham Davis: Strip electrode with screen printing. MediSense, Fish & Richardson P C, November 4, 1997: US05682884 (503 worldwide citation)

A sensor system that detects a current representative of a compound in a liquid mixture features a two-electrode strip adapted for releasable attachment to signal readout circuitry. The strip comprises an elongated support (preferably flat) adapted for releasable attachment to the readout circuitry; ...


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Nigel F Carter, Christopher J Hammond, Monika J Green, Paul I Hilditch, Stephen C Williams: Bioelectrochemical electrodes. Medisense, Fish & Richardson, June 30, 1992: US05126034 (476 worldwide citation)

A disposable element is provided for use in analytical equipment for electrochemical determination of biological cells. The disposable element comprises a working electrode, a reference electrode, and a filter for retention of solids in the vicinity of the electrodes. The analytical equipment with d ...


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Hugh Allen Oliver Hill, Irving John Higgins, James Michael McCann, Graham Davis: Strip electrode with screen printing. MediSense, Fish & Richardson P C, March 17, 1998: US05727548 (444 worldwide citation)

A sensor system that detects a current representative of a compound in a liquid mixture features a two-electrode strip adapted for releasable attachment to signal readout circuitry. The strip comprises an elongated support (preferably flat) adapted for releasable attachment to the readout circuitry; ...


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Hugh A O Hill, Susan I Libor: Electrochemical assay for nucleic acids and nucleic acid probes. Medisense, June 20, 1989: US04840893 (444 worldwide citation)

The present invention discloses an assay for nucleic acid which comprises the steps of;


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Calum J McNeil, Joseph V Bannister: Electrochemical enzymic assay procedures. Medisense, May 16, 1989: US04830959 (422 worldwide citation)

Electrochemical detection of mediator level is employed in a method of assay using a redox enzyme and redox substrate to detect conversion to an effective mediator by an assay enzyme label of a compound which is non-mediating under the assay conditions.


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Jerome F McAleer, John T Law, Richard A Morris, Lesley Scott, John M Mellor, Manus Dennison: Enhanced amperometric sensor. Medisense, Fish & Richardson, November 23, 1993: US05264106 (394 worldwide citation)

An amperometric sensor comprises a working electrode, a reference electrode, an enzyme whose catalytic activity on a substrate results in electroactivity, and an enhancer compound which enhances the detected electroactivity.


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Hill Hugh Allen Oliver, Higgins Irving John, Mccann James Michael, Davis Graham, Treidl Bernard Ludwig, Birket Nigel Norman, Plotkin Elliot Verne, Zwanziger Ron: Printed electrodes.. Medisense, January 24, 1990: EP0351891-A2 (250 worldwide citation)

Electrodes are made by printing. To this end, a suspension is formed as a printable and conductive ink for fabrication of electrodes. The suspension suitably comprises a liquid medium containing (a) carbon together with at least one of (b) an enzyme and (c) a mediator compound.