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Eric R Diebold, Richard J Kordal, Nigel A Surridge, Christopher D Wilsey: Electrochemical sensor. Boehringer Mannheim Corporation, D Michael Young, Max J Kenemore, Marilyn L Amick, August 1, 1995: US05437999 (641 worldwide citation)

A method for fabricating high-resolution, biocompatible electrodes is disclosed, allowing production of an electrochemical sensor which is capable of precise analyte concentration determination on a very small sample size. Electrically conducting material is affixed to a first insulating substrate. ...


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Klaus H Pollmann, Martin T Gerber: Enzyme electrode system. Boehringer Mannheim Corporation, D Michael Young, Max J Kenemore, Marilyn L Amick, February 22, 1994: US05288636 (559 worldwide citation)

A biosensor that includes working and counter electrodes of substantially the same size and made of the same electrically conducting material. A reagent is contained in a reagent well in the biosensor. The reagent includes a redox mediator, an enzyme, and a buffer, and covers substantially equal sur ...


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P Douglas Walling, Joseph E Bateson, Lance S Kuhn, M Luann Ochs, Kent M Kost, Martin T Gerber, Klaus H Pollmann, Chi Neng A Han: Assay method with enzyme electrode system. Boehringer Mannheim Corporation, D Michael Young, Max J Kenemore, Marilyn L Amick, April 16, 1996: US05508171 (504 worldwide citation)

A new electrochemical biosensor and method of its use. The electrochemical biosensor has a pair of electrodes consisting of a working electrode and a counter electrode made of the same electrically conducting materials. The counter electrode may be the same size or smaller than the working electrode ...


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G John Pritchard, Joseph E Bateson, Brian S Hill, Brian A Heald, Scott E Hubbard: Electrochemical biosensor test strip. Boehringer Mannheim Corporation, D Michael Young, Max J Kenemore, Brent A Harris, June 9, 1998: US05762770 (360 worldwide citation)

An electrochemical biosensor test strip that has a minimum volume blood sample requirement of about 9 microliters. The test strip has working and counter electrodes that are substantially the same size and made of the same electrically conducting material placed on a first insulating substrate. Over ...


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Zhi D Deng, Gerald F Sigler, Nigel A Surridge, Christopher D Wilsey, Robert J McEnroe, Walter W Jernigan, Rebecca W Muddiman: Osmium-containing redox mediator. Boehringer Mannheim Corporation, D Michael Young, Max J Kenemore, Marilyn L Amick, December 31, 1996: US05589326 (297 worldwide citation)

A new group of Os(II) and Os(III) compounds useful as redox mediators in electrochemical biosensors. These compounds have 1) low oxidation potential, 2) fast reaction kinetics between the electroactive center of an enzyme and the compound, 3) slow oxidation of osmium by oxygen, and 4) excellent solu ...


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Zhi David Deng, Gerald F Sigler, Nigel A Surridge, Christopher D Wilsey, Robert J McEnroe, Walter W Jernigan, Rebecca W Muddiman: Reagent including an osmium-containing redox mediator. Boehringer Mannheim Corporation, D Michael Young, Max J Kenemore, Brent A Harris, December 8, 1998: US05846702 (210 worldwide citation)

A new group of Os(II) and Os(III) compounds useful as redox mediators in electrochemical biosensors. These compounds have 1) low oxidation potential, 2) fast reaction kinetics between the electroactive center of an enzyme and the compound, 3) slow oxidation of osmium by oxygen, and 4) excellent solu ...


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Lance S Kuhn, Mary L Ochs, Gilbert C Morris: Biosensor and method for hematocrit determination. Boehringer Mannheim Corporation, D Michael Young, Max J Kenemore, Marilyn L Amick, January 31, 1995: US05385846 (173 worldwide citation)

A biosensor and method for determining the hematocrit level of a whole blood sample using electrochemistry. The biosensor includes working and counter electrodes. A porous membrane is impregnated with an electroactive compound and is spatially displaced from the surface of the electrodes. When a who ...


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Robert W Gundlach: Method for two-color development of a xerographic charge pattern. Xerox Corporation, James J Ralabate, Eugene O Palazzo, Max J Kenemore, March 14, 1978: US04078929 (165 worldwide citation)

A charge pattern of a single polarity and having at least three different levels of potential is developed in two colors by utilizing relatively negatively charged toner particles of one color and relatively positively charged toner particles of a second color.


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Eric D Austad: Surgically implantable tissue expanding device and the method of its use. Dow Corning Corporation, Max J Kenemore, June 5, 1979: US04157085 (99 worldwide citation)

A surgically implantable device for expanding skin and mucous tissue comprises a partially collapsed sealed envelope formed from a material which is permeable to extracellular body fluid. The envelope contains a material which establishes an osmotic potential across the envelope wall. Body fluid cro ...


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Kiyoshi Asai: Catheter placement system. Dow Corning, Max J Kenemore, December 16, 1980: US04239042 (74 worldwide citation)

In a through-the-cannula catheter placement system, a catheter is used which comprises a body portion and a tip portion at one end of the body portion. The body portion has a double-wall structure. The outer wall is a tube of pliable, nonthrombogenic material. The inner wall is a reinforcing tube of ...