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Jay K Bass: Apparatus and method for remote temperature measurements. Qualicon, February 8, 2000: US06022141 (10 worldwide citation)

A remote measuring method and apparatus for measuring the temperature of an aqueous solution, particularly useful in monitoring the temperature of a reaction in a microwell, is provided by introducing a dye target and a dye into an aqueous solution; wherein the dye, when bound to the dye target, emi ...


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David J Regester: Cap removing tool. Qualicon, October 19, 1999: US05967001 (4 worldwide citation)

A tool is provided for use in near simultaneous removal of a plurality of caps from a strip of PCR reaction tubes held in a tube rack (and, in an alternate embodiment, for also recapping the tubes) without disturbing the contents thereof.


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Donald Harvey Brunk: Displacement pump. Qualicon, December 21, 1999: US06004117 (3 worldwide citation)

An improved displacement pump is provided with flow path means preventing hysteresis-causing bubbles from accumulating in piston clearances.


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David J Regester, W Mark Barbour: Cap removing tool. Qualicon, August 29, 2000: US06109139 (3 worldwide citation)

A tool for use in removing a plurality of spaced apart caps while said caps are in locked engagement with a plurality of corresponding tubes comprises a body have a first portion adapted to be engaged by the user and a second portion having a plurality of spaced apart pegs extending from the body, t ...


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Donald Harvey Brunk: Direct blot electrophoresis apparatus and method. Qualicon, June 29, 1999: US05916429 (1 worldwide citation)

In a horizontal gel, direct blot electrophoresis separation apparatus, device to remove gas dissolved in the buffer solution surrounding the anode at a location remote from the interface between the gel and the moving membrane, such as a gas evolution member disposed between the anode and the moving ...


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Barbour Mark: Rapid and specific detection of enterobacter sakazakii. Qualicon Incorporated, Barbour Mark, JOUNG J Kenneth, December 2, 2004: WO/2004/104550 (1 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a method for specifically detecting pathogenic Enterobacter sakazakii in a complex sample. The complex sample can be a food sample, water sample, or selectively enriched food matrix. The method of detection may utilize PCR amplification with, or without, an internal po ...


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Kobos Robert K, Reffuge Richard R, Kachelries Robert W, Ronchi Miriam L: Process for preparing processed sample liquid solution for electrophoresis. Qualicon, December 22, 2004: EP1487565-A1

A process for preparing a processed sample liquid solution for gel electrophoresis, comprising (a) treating a sample comprising a cell suspension in a non-shearing manner to produce a processed sample liquid solution comprising a mixture of DNA fragments extracted from the cell suspension, wherein a ...


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Czajka John W: Rapid and specific detection of campylobacter. Qualicon, January 12, 2005: EP1495135-A2

The present invention provides a method for specifically detecting pathogenic Campylobacter species in a complex sample. The target pathogenic Campylobacter species can be Campylobacter jejuni or Campylobacter coli. The complex sample can be a food sample, water sample, or selectively enriched food ...


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Czajka John W: Rapid and specific detection of campylobacter. Qualicon, Czajka John W, JOUNG J Kenneth, February 20, 2003: WO/2003/014704

The present invention provides a method for specifically detecting pathogenic Campylobacter species in a complex sample. The target pathogenic Campylobacter species can be Campylobacter jejuni or Campylobacter coli. The complex sample can be a food sample, water sample, or selectively enriched food ...


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Hochberg Alan Mark: Rational panel design method for microbiological investigations. Qualicon, Hochberg Alan Mark, MEDWICK George M, February 21, 2002: WO/2002/014538

The invention is an interactive, rational panel design system over a computer network without human intervention other than by the customer. A network-based, computer-implemented method for the design of screening panels of organisms takes advantage of the worldwide presence of culture collections a ...