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Patrick Young, John H Roop, Allan R Ebright, michael W Faber, David Anderson: User interface for television schedule system. Starsight Telecast, Cooley Godward Castro Huddleson & Tatum, December 26, 1995: US05479268 (783 worldwide citation)

Screen (10) for a user interface of a television schedule system and process consists of an array (24) of irregular cells (26), which vary in length, corresponding to different television program lengths of one half hour to one-and-one half hours or more. The array is arranged as three columns (28) ...


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Patrick Young, John H Roop, Allan R Ebright, Michael W Faber, David Anderson: User interface for television schedule system. Starsight Telecast, Cooley Godward Castro Huddleson & Tatum, December 26, 1995: US05479266 (481 worldwide citation)

Screen (10) for a user interface of a television schedule system and process consists of an array (24) of irregular cells (26), which vary in length, corresponding to different television program lengths of one half hour to one-and-one half hours or more. The array is arranged as three columns (28) ...


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Connie Higashiyama, William Melton, Ashok Narasimhan: Check system and method including prioritizing checks for transmission to banks for processing. Verifone, Cooley Godward Castro Huddleson & Tatum, December 29, 1992: US05175682 (320 worldwide citation)

A method and structure are provided for processing checks in an extremely timely and cost-effective manner. A check recipient, such as a merchant, utility billing department, and the like, utilize hardware and software for quickly gathering data from checks received in order to allow prompt processi ...


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Joseph P Tallman, Elizabeth M Snowden, Barry W Wolcott: Medical network management system and process. Informed Access Systems, Cooley Godward Castro Huddleson & Tatum, November 28, 1995: US05471382 (271 worldwide citation)

In a medical network management system (NMS) (20), health plan beneficiaries access a team of health care professionals over the telephone to help them assess their health needs and select appropriate care. The NMS (20) has a patient assessment component (22). The patient assessment component consis ...


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Robert Shartle, Donald Besemer, Michael Gorin: Capillary stop-flow junction having improved stability against accidental fluid flow. Biotrack, Cooley Godward Castro Huddleson & Tatum, July 27, 1993: US05230866 (256 worldwide citation)

A capillary stop-flow junction located in a housing at an end of a capillary passageway used to transport a liquid and at the beginning of a non-capillary internal chamber in the housing, in which the stop-flow junction contains an improvement which comprises 1) means for selectively trapping a gas ...


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Robert S Hillman, Michael E Cobb, Jimmy D Allen, Ian Gibbons, Vladimir E Ostoich, Laura J Winfrey: Capillary flow device. Biotrack, Cooley Godward Castro Huddleson & Tatum, November 17, 1992: US05164598 (229 worldwide citation)

Novel methods and devices are provided involving at least one chamber, at least one capillary, and at least one reagent involved in a system providing for a detectable signal. As appropriate, the devices provide for measuring a sample, mixing the sample with reagents, defining a flow path, and readi ...


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Robert S Hillman, Michael E Cobb, Jimmy D Allen, Ian Gibbons, Vladimir E Ostoich, Laura J Winfrey: Capillary flow device. Biotrack, Cooley Godward Castro Huddleson & Tatum, August 18, 1992: US05140161 (218 worldwide citation)

Novel methods and devices are provided involving at least one chamber, at least one capillary, and at least one reagent involved in a system providing for a detectable signal. As appropriate, the devices provide for measuring a sample, mixing the sample with reagents, defining a flow path, and readi ...


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Robert S Hillman, Michael E Cobb, Jimmy D Allen, Ian Gibbons, Vladimir E Ostoich, Laura J Winfrey: Capillary flow device. Biotrack, Cooley Godward Castro Huddleson & Tatum, April 5, 1994: US05300779 (209 worldwide citation)

Novel methods and devices are provided involving at least one chamber, at least one capillary, and at least one reagent involved in a system providing for a detectable signal. As appropriate, the devices provide for measuring a sample, mixing the sample with reagents, defining a flow path, and readi ...


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Don Besemer, Michael Gorin, Ian Gibbons: Dilution and mixing cartridge. Biotrack, Cooley Godward Castro Huddleson & Tatum, April 14, 1992: US05104813 (207 worldwide citation)

A dilution and mixing cartridge is provided that allows single (or multiple) dilutions of a sample with a diluent in a disposable cartridge in which a measurement, such as optical density, is made. Addition of sample to the device automatically measures the sample, and addition of diluent automatica ...


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Robert S Hillman, Michael E Cobb, Jimmy D Allen, Ian Gibbons, Vladimir E Ostoich, Laura J Winfrey: Capillary flow device. Biotrack, Cooley Godward Castro Huddleson & Tatum, September 1, 1992: US05144139 (168 worldwide citation)

Novel methods and devices are provided involving at least one chamber, at least one capillary, and at least one reagent involved in a system providing for a detectable signal. As appropriate, the devices provide for measuring a sample, mixing the sample with reagents, defining a flow path, and readi ...



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