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Mark C Bach, Daniel Bay, Michael K Carter, John M Clemens, Daniel G Dahlke, Charles M Galitz, Robert C Gray, Folim Halaka, Steve Herchenbach, Ronald E Kukla, Curtis J Pepe, Mark Pierce, Scott G Safar, Julius Toth, Gary Zuck: Structure and method for performing a determination of an item of interest in a sample. Abbott Laboratories, Paul D Asger, David J Schodin, July 2, 2002: US06413780 (39 worldwide citation)

A method of performing a determination of an item of interest in a sample using a single structure is disclosed. A sample is provided accessible to the single structure. A first container for processing the sample is placed in a first process path on the single structure. The sample is transferred t ...


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Paul E Kroeger, Klara Abravaya, Jacek J Gorzowski, Robert J Hoenle, Jennifer J Moore: Nucleic acid primers and probes for detecting oncogenic human papillomaviruses. Abbott Laboratories, Paul D Yasger, David J Schodin, July 24, 2001: US06265154 (15 worldwide citation)

Probe sequences that are useful for detecting oncogenic HPV types 16, 18, 31, 33, 35, 39, 45, 51, 52, 56, 58, 59 and 68 are herein provided. These sequences can be used in hybridization assays or amplification based assays designed to detect the presence of these oncogenic HPV types in a test sample ...


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John A Salituro, John J Carrino: Method for using unequal primer concentrations for generating nucleic acid amplification products. Abbott Laboratories, Paul D Yasger, David J Schodin, May 21, 2002: US06391544 (10 worldwide citation)

The method provided herein is a method for detecting a target sequence in a test sample. Generally, the method comprises forming a reaction mixture comprising a test sample, amplification reagents, a first primer, and a second primer wherein the concentration of the first primer in the reaction mixt ...


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Sie Ting Wong, Sung Chul Lee: Diagnostic assay using microperoxidase. Richard D Schmidt, Matthew R Hooper, David J Schodin, September 24, 2002: US06455261 (1 worldwide citation)

A method for determining the presence and/or the amount of an analyte in a sample which method comprises contacting the sample containing the analyte with a peroxidatively-active material to produce a peroxide, a substance capable of producing a detectable response in the presence of the peroxide as ...


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Hong Yu, Barbara T Merchant: Beta 2 adrenergic polymorphism detection. Abbott Laboratories, David J Schodin, July 15, 2003: US06593092 (1 worldwide citation)

Nucleic acid sequences are provided that are useful as amplification primers, hybridization probes, and as a portion of molecular beacon probes for amplifying and detecting polymorphisms of the &bgr;2 adrenergic receptor gene, compositions and kits incorporating the same, and methods employing the s ...