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Sridhar G Iyengar, Ian Harding: Method and apparatus for assay of electrochemical properties. Agamatrix, Larson & Anderson, March 10, 2009: US07501052 (112 worldwide citation)

The presence of a select analyte in the sample is evaluated in an an electrochemical system using a conduction cell-type apparatus. A potential or current is generated between the two electrodes of the cell sufficient to bring about oxidation or reduction of the analyte or of a mediator in an analyt ...


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Erik Demelo, Joseph Flaherty, Timothy Golnik: Vial for test strips. Agamatrix, Larson & Anderson, March 10, 2009: US07501093 (109 worldwide citation)

A diagnostic test strip vial has a container, a lid, and a plurality of diagnostic test strips. The container has a generally annular wall terminating at a base and at an open mouth. The lid has a top and a lifting tray connected to the top by a connector that is sufficiently long that the distance ...


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Martin Gleave, Paul S Rennie, Hideaki Miyake, Colleen Nelson: TRPM-2 antisense therapy. The University of British Columbia, Larson & Anderson, June 8, 2010: US07732422 (81 worldwide citation)

Antisense therapy which reduces the expression of TRPM-2 provides therapeutic benefits in the treatment of cancer. Seq ID No. 4 (cagcagcagagtcttcatcat) is an antisense oligonucleotide which inhibits expression of TRPM-2 by tumor cells, and which can be combined with a pharmaceutically acceptable car ...


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Brad Boozer, Joseph Flaherty, Timothy Golnik: Lancing device. Agamatrix, Larson & Anderson, April 24, 2012: US08162968 (48 worldwide citation)

A lancing device is used with a lancet for lancing body tissue to result in a wound for bleeding. The lancing device has a cantilevered priming arm having a first arm portion that is generally parallel to an internal channel of the device and a second arm portion that is generally perpendicular to t ...


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Dale McPhee Purcocks: Keyboard. Larson & Anderson, July 31, 2012: US08232494 (31 worldwide citation)

A keyboard, wherein an opposing force generated between two magnet faces of the same polarity is used to return each key button to its original position after being pressed. As a result, the keyboard can be made capable of withstanding harsh environments while offering a satisfactory tactile respons ...


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Satish Kumar Gaggar, Johannes Jacobus de Moor, Paul Honigfort, Gabrie Hoogland, Mark van Heeringen, Eelco M S van Hamersveld: Transparent polycarbonate polyester composition and process. Sabic Innovative Plastics IP, Larson & Anderson, August 3, 2010: US07767738 (26 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a transparent/translucent molding composition and process for making prepared from an impact modifier and a resin blend of polycarbonate and a cycloaliphatic polyester having a matching index of refraction.


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Jason August, Paul Waterhouse, John K Stevens, Christopher W Verge, Michael J Vandenberg, Kenneth Truong: Networked RF tag for tracking baggage. Visible Assets, Larson & Anderson, February 10, 2009: US07489244 (24 worldwide citation)

The invention disclosed provides a method, system, and associated tag for detection and tracking of inanimate and animate objects. The novel method broadly comprises the steps of: a) attaching a low radio frequency detection tag to each of the objects, each tag comprising a tag antenna operable at a ...


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John K Stevens, Paul Waterhouse, Michael J Vandenberg: Tote-based warehousing system and method. Visible Assets, Larson & Anderson, November 2, 2010: US07826920 (17 worldwide citation)

A warehousing system includes a container for storing at least one item, a first electronic (e.g., radio frequency identification (RFID)) module associated with the first container, and a controller which wirelessly communicates with first electronic module, for directing a transfer of said at least ...


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Ian Harding: Connector configuration for electrochemical cells and meters for use in combination therewith. Agamatrix, Larson & Anderson, May 5, 2009: US07527716 (17 worldwide citation)

A substantially planar electrochemical test strip for determination of the presence and/or quantity of an analyte in a sample is provided that has a first electrode, a first connector including two contact pads, and a first conductive lead extending between the first electrode and the first connecto ...


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Steven Diamond, Ian Harding, Sridhar Iyengar, Richard Williams: Electrochemical determination of analytes. Agamatrix, Larson & Anderson, August 10, 2010: US07771583 (16 worldwide citation)

Determination of an analyte with increased accuracy is achieved by electrochemically determining an initial analyte concentration, performing a plurality of amperometric/potentiometric switching cycles, observing a characteristic of the signal during each of the plurality of switching cycles, determ ...