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Roger E Smith, Mark E Astill, Jay L Smith, Gale H Thorne: Medical droplet whole blood and like monitoring. Thorne Smith Astill Technologies, K S Cornaby, February 26, 1991: US04995402 (555 worldwide citation)

An assay employing a tracer comprising a ligand having a mercury label wherein mercury label is released from at least one of a bound or free tracer phase and iunteracts with a metal. Analyte is determined by a change in at least one property of the metal caused by such interaction. The invention al ...


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Roger E Smith, Mark E Astill, Jay L Smith, Gale H Thorne: Medical droplet whole blood and like monitoring. Thorne Smith Astill Technologies, K S Cornaby, September 10, 1991: US05047044 (357 worldwide citation)

An assay employing a tracer comprising a ligand having a mercury label wherein mercury label is released from at least one of a bound or free tracer phase and interacts with a metal. Analyte is determined by a change in at least one property of the metal caused by such interaction. The invention als ...


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Roger E Smith, Mark E Astill: Assay for determining analyte using mercury release followed by detection via interaction with aluminum. Thorne Smith Astill Technologies, K S Cornaby, April 28, 1992: US05108889 (293 worldwide citation)

An assay employing a tracer comprising a ligand having a mercury label wherein mercury label is released from at least one of a bound or free tracer phase and interacts with a metal. Analyte is determined by a change in at least one property of the metal caused by such interaction. The invention als ...


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Thomas D Peterson: Method and apparatus for providing shortest elapsed time route and tracking information to users. K S Cornaby, December 1, 1998: US05845227 (210 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for determining and communicating shortest elapsed time route information to users wherein information of desired origin and destination combinations is received from the users in a central processor or computer, instant rates of travel on multiple route segments interconnecti ...


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Thomas D Peterson: Method and apparatus for providing shortest elapsed time route information to users. K S Cornaby, June 4, 1996: US05523950 (160 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for determining and communicating shortest elapsed time route information to users wherein information of desired origin and destination combinations is received from the users in a central processor or computer, instant rates of travel on multiple route segments interconnecti ...


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Neldon P Johnson: Process for encrypting a fingerprint onto an I.D. card. K S Cornaby, January 28, 1997: US05598474 (140 worldwide citation)

The invention and process utilizes any number of biological parts to provide a proof of legitimacy and from them generate and verify a personal identification card (ID). This rendition of the invention deals mainly with fingerprints, but does not preclude the use of other biological parts. The inven ...


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Gordon P George: Intubating scope with camera and screen. K S Cornaby, May 10, 1988: US04742819 (85 worldwide citation)

A fiber optic intubating scope with camera and screen is used in the intubation of an endotracheal tube in patients whose larynges are not easily viewed with a laryngoscope because of morphological irregularities or complications. Use of the invention in intubation of such patients in emergency situ ...


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Gary S Zaccaria: No lace shoe with adjustable strap fastening mechanism. Inventor s Technology Corporation, K S Cornaby, October 16, 1984: US04476639 (52 worldwide citation)

A shoe with an adjustable strap fastening mechanism having a pull strap which is secured at one end to the insole of the shoe and disposed in wrap-around fashion about a wearer's foot from one side over the instep and the dorsum of the foot to the opposite side, and then beneath the wearer's foot th ...


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Bernd Haastert: Projectable passive liquid-crystal flat screen information centers. K S Cornaby, August 28, 1990: US04952925 (51 worldwide citation)

The passive liquid-crystal flat screen which can be projected onto a screen has a flat screen (50) to which an electronic control unit (52) is attached and two polarization filters (36, 38) both of which are located in the light path (arrow 54), the one in front of, and the other behind, the flat sc ...


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Neldon P Johnson: Automated self-service checkout system. K S Cornaby, November 29, 1988: US04787467 (50 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for self-service check out which calculates, within a main computer, the cumulative total weight of items, based on pre-determined and pre-programmed weights, and compares the computerized cumulative total weight to the weight determined by a second weigh scale means which determines th ...