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David S Soane, Zoya M Soane: Method and device for moving molecules by the application of a plurality of electrical fields. Soane Biosciences, Richard F Trecartin, Flehr Hohbach Test Albritton & Herbert, May 12, 1998: US05750015 (337 worldwide citation)

Devices and methods are disclosed for moving charged molecules through a medium by the application of a plurality of electrical fields of sufficient strength and applied for sufficient amounts of time so as to move the charged molecules through the medium. The devices although preferably small in si ...


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Robert J Nelson, Herbert H Hooper, James Landers: Integrated electrophoretic microdevices. Soane Biosciences, Flehr Hohbach Test Albritton & Herbert, June 23, 1998: US05770029 (242 worldwide citation)

Integrated electrophoretic microdevices comprising at least an enrichment channel and a main electrophoretic flowpath are provided. In the subject integrated devices, the enrichment channel and the main electrophoretic flowpath are positioned so that waste fluid flows away from said main electrophor ...


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Herbert H Hooper, Stephen Pacetti, David S Soane, Young C Bae: Separation media for electrophoresis. Soane Biosciences, Bertram I Rowland Ph D, October 29, 1996: US05569364 (98 worldwide citation)

Separation media for electrophoresis, and methods of filling and flushing of electrophoretic devices such as capillaries are described. By preparing submicron to above-micron sized cross-linked gel particles and using gel swelling equilibrium concepts, such devices can be easily filled and flushed. ...


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Herbert H Hooper, Alexander P Sassi, David S Soane, Young Bae: Un-crosslinked polymeric media for electrophoresis. Soane BioSciences, Richard F Flehr Hohbach Test Albritton & Herbert Trecartin, March 23, 1999: US05885432 (78 worldwide citation)

Electrophoretic media are provided comprising at least un-crosslinked polymers which have a temperature reversible transition from low viscosity to high viscosity, so as to be pourable at one temperature, while providing sieving properties at another temperature. Optionally included with the un-cros ...


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David S Soane, Zoya M Soane: Method and device for performing chemical reactions. Soane Biosciences, Perkins Coie, October 23, 2001: US06306272 (15 worldwide citation)

Devices and methods are disclosed for moving charged molecules through a medium by the application of a plurality of electrical fields of sufficient strength and applied for sufficient amounts of time so as to move the charged molecules through the medium. The devices although preferably small in si ...


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Sassi Alexander P, Lin Shi, Alonso Amigo M Goretty, Hooper Herbert H: Thermoreversible hydrogels comprising non-crosslinked copolymers and their use in electrophoresis. Soane Biosciences, TRECARTIN Richard F, October 30, 1997: WO/1997/040078 (1 worldwide citation)

Thermoreversible hydrogels comprising nonionic, uncrosslinked copolymers, and methods of their use in electrophoresis, are provided. The subject copolymers comprise polyacrylamide backbones, where a portion of the acrylamide monomeric units comprises hydrogen bonding groups as N-subtituents. Combina ...


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Soane David S, Bae Young Chan, Hooper Herbert, Pacetti Stephen: Separation media for use in gel electrophoresis. Soane Biosciences, Soane David S, Bae Young Chan, Hooper Herbert, Pacetti Stephen, ROWLAND Bertram I, November 16, 1995: WO/1995/030782

Electrophoretic media and devices comprising said media are provided, wherein said media is capable of being reversibly converted in response to an applied stimulus from a first state of low viscosity to a second state of high viscosity, which is continuous and electrophoretically sievable. The subj ...


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Hooper Herbert H, Sassi Alexander P, Soane David S, Bae Young: Un-crosslinked polymeric media for electrophoresis. Soane Biosciences, ROWLAND Bertram I, May 22, 1997: WO/1997/018463

Electrophoretic media are provided comprising at least un-crosslinked polymers which have a temperature reversible transition from low viscosity to high viscosity, so as to be pourable at one temperature, while providing sieving properties at another temperature. Optionally included with the un-cros ...


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Benvegnu Dominic, Mccormick Randy M: Method for sample injection in microchannel device. Soane Biosciences, sCHICKERING Robert B, December 23, 1998: WO/1998/058247

A method and device are provided for transporting a liquid sample into a third microchannel (13) from an intersection (5) of at least a first microchannel (11), a second microchannel (12), and a fourth microchannel (14), by stages. In a first stage, liquid sample is moved in and from the fourth micr ...