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Ted M Chen, Yi Ping Wang: Method and apparatus for single step assays of ligand-containing fluids. Syntron Bioresearch, Spensley Horn Jubas & Lubitz, January 24, 1995: US05384264 (75 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for performing assays in a single step which does not require the user to perform a washing step, does not require the user to add any reagent or other solution other than analyte sample fluid to the apparatus, and does not require the user to come into contact with the appara ...


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Jin Po Lee: Analytical test device and method of use. Syntron BioResearch, Campbell & Flores, October 31, 2000: US06140136 (56 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides an analytical test device for conducting assays of biological fluids. Methods for carrying out the assays with the disclosed analytical test device are also provided.


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Jin Po Lee: Even fluid front for liquid sample on test strip device. Syntron Bioresearch, Campbell & Flores, April 16, 2002: US06372514 (39 worldwide citation)

Test strip device for accepting a liquid sample and forming an even fluid front across the test strip. When the sample is applied to a contacting surface, it runs down the surface where it collects between the contacting surface and a slope surface. As the sample collects, it evenly reaches fluid fl ...


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Jin Po Lee: Method and apparatus for single step assays of whole blood. Syntron Bioresearch, Fish & Richardson P C, October 13, 1998: US05821073 (39 worldwide citation)

The invention consists of devices for use in assaying fluid test samples for analyte of interest wherein the samples contain or are suspected of containing cells and cellular components. The devices of the invention each include a hydrophilic cell trap for separation of the cellular fraction from th ...


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Lee Jin Po: Method and apparatus for single step assays of whole blood. Syntron Bioresearch, November 12, 1997: EP0806666-A2 (18 worldwide citation)

The invention consists of devices for use in assaying fluid test samples for analyte of interest wherein the samples contain or are suspected of containing cells and cellular components. The devices of the invention each include a hydrophilic cell trap (1) for separation of the cellular fraction fro ...


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Lee Jin Po: Detecting analytes in fluids. Syntron Bioresearch, April 26, 2000: GB2342993-A (6 worldwide citation)

Device for analyte detection e.g. hCG in urine samples, has a housing 106 with a viewing port 102 and a receiving port 118 for slideable insertion of an absorbent sampling pad 108 held in a container 128. Held in sequence within the housing are an absorbent membrane (next to the receiving port) and ...


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Lee Jin Po: Analytical test device and method of use. Syntron Bioresearch, May 24, 2000: EP1003037-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides an analytical test device for conducting assays of biological fluids. Methods for carrying out the assays with the disclosed analytical test device are also provided.


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Lee Jin Po: Multiple analyte assay device. Syntron Bioresearch, July 12, 2000: EP1018004-A1

A test device and associated method of use composed of a housing (100) defined by base (101) and cover (110). The base (101) has a closed end (104) and an open end (106). Slots (102a, 102b, etc.) are formed within the base (101) and are separated by rails (103a, 103b, etc.) where test strips (105a, ...


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Lee Jin Po: Uric acid assay device with stabilized uricase reagent composition. Syntron Bioresearch, August 30, 2000: EP1030931-A1

The invention provides an enzyme-based device and process for manufacture of the device in a shelf-stable form. The device consists of a dry phase test strip useful in detecting the presence and concentration of uric acid in a liquid sample (such as urine) and has a stabilized uricase-containing wor ...


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Lee Jin Po, Liang Guihe: Immunoassay device. Syntron Bioresearch, August 2, 2000: EP1023600-A1

The invention provides test strip assay devices for detection of an analyte in a fluid analyte sample in which the hook effect is minimized and interference with binding reactions in the assay are substantially avoided, as well as methods for use of the devices to those ends. To these ends, the devi ...