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Dhiraj Pal, Karl Yost: Fixation and stabilization of lead in contaminated soil and solid waste. MAECORP Incorporated, Andrew B Katz, Leonard D Bowersox, March 16, 1993: US05193936 (49 worldwide citation)

A two-step treatment process is disclosed for application of lead-toxic wastes to fixate and stabilize leachable lead contained therein. The process employs the use of a sulfate compound, such as gypsum, in a first step; and a phosphate reagent, such as phosphoric acid, in a second step. After thoro ...


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John G Atwood, Adrian Fawcett, Keith S Ferrara, Paul M Hetherington, Richard W Noreiks, Douglas E Olsen, John R Widomski, Charles M Wittmer: Thermal cycler for PCR. Applied Biosystems, Leonard D Bowersox, January 12, 2010: US07645070 (8 worldwide citation)

An instrument for performing highly accurate PCR employing an assembly, a heated cover, and an internal computer, is provided. The assembly is made up of a sample block, a number of Peltier thermal electric devices, and a heat sink, clamped together. A control algorithm manipulates the current suppl ...


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Jeffery David Frazier, Kathleen Kostas Frazier, Leonard D Bowersox: Door lock apparatus and methods. Jeffery D Frazier, Kathleen K Frazier, Jeffery D Frazier, Leonard D Bowersox, September 21, 2010: US07798542 (3 worldwide citation)

A door lock apparatus and methods are provided for preventing a child, or other unauthorized person, from opening an appliance (e.g., refrigerator) or cabinet door, while not unduly reducing or impeding access thereto by an authorized person, such as an adult. In various embodiments, the door lock a ...


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Charles S Vann, Dennis Lehto: Bead dispensing system. Applied Biosystems, Leonard D Bowersox, November 10, 2009: US07615193 (2 worldwide citation)

A bead dispensing system is provided for delivering small amounts of substances onto substrates. The system can include, for example, a movable support structure having an array of spaced-apart projections depending from its lower side. An attraction source, such as a vacuum, magnetic, and/or electr ...


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Donald R Sandell: Rotatable sample disk and method of loading a sample disk. Applied Biosystems, Kristin L Menon, Leonard D Bowersox, September 22, 2009: US07592172 (1 worldwide citation)

A rotatable sample disk configured for samples of biological material. The sample disk may include a fill chamber for storing a first biological material, a plurality of first sample chambers positioned in the sample disk farther from the rotational axis of the sample disk than the fill chamber, a p ...


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John G Atwood, Adrian Fawcett, Keith S Ferrara, Paul M Hetherington, Richard W Noreiks, Douglas E Olsen, John R Widomski, Charles M Wittmer: Thermal cycler for PCR. Leonard D Bowersox, July 7, 2005: US20050145273-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

An instrument for performing highly accurate PCR employing an assembly, a heated cover and an internal computer. The assembly is made up of a sample block, a number of Peltier thermal electric devices and heat sink, clamped together. The sample block temperature is changed exclusively by the thermoe ...


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Bruce A Bisgrove, Ryszard Braun, Robert I Christensen, Robert C Fewkes, Alfred L Gaertner, John Reynolds, David R Wight, Antti Kosola: Spray gun with a plurality of single nozzles for a fluid bed processing system and method thereof. Leonard D Bowersox, Kilyk & Bowersox, July 26, 2001: US20010009648-A1

A fluid bed processing system with a spraying apparatus in accordance with one embodiment of the present invention includes an expansion chamber and at least one spraying apparatus which extends into the expansion chamber. The spraying apparatus has a plurality of single nozzles which are spaced alo ...


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James F Brown: Porous surface compositions and methods of retaining biological samples on said surface. Leonard D Bowersox Esq, Kilyk & Bowersox Pllc, September 13, 2001: US20010021726-A1

A coating formulation for making a porous coating on a laboratory apparatus is provided. The formulation comprises 100 parts by weight hardenable resinous material, and from about 0.1 to about 50 parts by weight blowing agent based on the 100 parts by weight resinous material. The resinous material ...


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Steven J Boege, Howard G King, Eugene F Young, Johannes P Sluis, Mark F Oldham: Optical instrument including excitation source. Leonard D Bowersox Esq, Kilyk & Bowersox Pllc, April 15, 2004: US20040072335-A1

An optical instrument is provided for simultaneously illuminating two or more spaced-apart reaction regions with excitation beams generated by a light source. The light source can include an area light array of light emitting diodes, one or more solid state lasers, one or more micro-wire lasers, or ...


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Benjamin G Schroeder, David M Cox, Mark F Oldham, Richard T Reel, Willy Wiyatno: Device, system, and method for depositing processed immiscible-fluid-discrete-volumes. Leonard D Bowersox, February 22, 2007: US20070039866-A1

Various embodiments relate to systems and/or methods for sample preparation that can be used for biochemical and/or molecular biology procedures involving small volumes, for example, micro volumes or smaller. Methods and systems that can reduce sample size requirements and increase the number of sam ...