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Robert Melroy Kellogg, Victor Robert Kruger: Centrifuge fluid container. International Business Machines Corporation, Paul M Brannen, March 8, 1977: US04010894 (158 worldwide citation)

A fluid container particularly useful in a centrifuge system for separating the various fractions in blood. The container comprises two circular sheets of flexible material, having central openings therein. The outer peripheral edges are sealed together, as well as annular-like portions extending ou ...


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Alan Lytton Jones, Robert Melroy Kellogg: Centrifuge fluid container. International Business Machines Corporation, Paul M Brannen, February 15, 1977: US04007871 (124 worldwide citation)

A fluid container particularly useful in a centrifuge system for separating the various fractions in blood. The container comprises two circular sheets of flexible material, having central openings therein. The outer peripheral edges are sealed together, as well as an annular portion extending outwa ...


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Robert M Kellogg, Alfred P Mulzet: Centrifuge assembly. International Business Machines Corporation, Paul M Brannen, Elmer W Galbi, June 14, 1983: US04387848 (112 worldwide citation)

An improved centrifuge assembly comprising a channeled rotor assembly and a fluid container disposed in the channel, whereby the centrifugal separation effects in the fluid container are determined by the geometry of the channel in the rotor. This arrangement is particularly useful for two-stage blo ...


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Alfred P Mulzet, Gary A Trudgen: Pressure monitoring system. International Business Machines Corporation, Paul M Brannen, November 20, 1979: US04174637 (47 worldwide citation)

A pressure monitoring system especially suitable for use with extra-corporeal circulation systems such as dialyzers, blood cell separators, oxygenators and the like, in which the internal system pressure must be monitored at one or more locations in the blood circuit, and appropriate warnings provid ...


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Adrianus Johannes van de Goor, Hans Pijlman, Bernard Evert VAN DER Vleugel: Document processing device. International Business Machines Corporation, Paul M Brannen, April 4, 1978: US04082945 (44 worldwide citation)

A document processing device for performing separate operations on at least two different kinds of documents, such as bills and associated vouchers, or orders for payment such as checks, provided with transport means for moving documents of a first kind, the bills, in a continuous movement along at ...


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Peter Michael Kogge: Data communication bus structure. International Business Machines Corporation, Paul M Brannen, April 18, 1978: US04085448 (44 worldwide citation)

A data communication bus structure where all module-to-module control information is grouped into two sets of lines, defined as sub-buses, wherein signal contents of the sub-buses change only at well-defined times, under the control of two other lines which themselves simply govern the transfer of c ...


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Robert M Kellogg, Victor R Kruger: Blood fraction extracting centrifuge. International Business Machines Corporation, Paul M Brannen, June 1, 1982: US04332351 (43 worldwide citation)

A centrifuge structure for automatically separating a plurality of aliquot samples of blood plasma for testing from an initial sample of whole blood. A centrifuge bowl is provided with a bottom surface sloping upwardly and outwardly and joined to a vertical circular outer wall. A plurality of radial ...


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Blair Robertson Martin, Johann Hans Meier: Matrix print head. International Business Machines Corporation, Paul M Brannen, March 8, 1977: US04010835 (35 worldwide citation)

A serial matrix printer has a print head mounted to move along a print line. The print head has means to change the relative vertical positions of some of the print wires with respect to the others. A first embodiment uses a pair of wire guides arranged so that one is translatable with respect to th ...


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Edward Hau Chun Ku, Gene D Rohrer: Character recognition system. International Business Machines Corporation, Paul M Brannen, October 26, 1982: US04356472 (27 worldwide citation)

A character recognition system including a timing subsystem, comprising a base oscillator or clock, and timing circuits driven by the base clock to provide a plurality of timing pulses for timing the operation of the entire system. The timing circuits are governed in part by delay circuits which are ...


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Ronald W Gedney, John Rasile: Integrated circuit package. International Business Machines Corporation, Paul M Brannen, February 7, 1978: US04072816 (25 worldwide citation)

A prepunched copper/dielectric laminate ground plane assembly is positioned on a metallized ceramic substrate having printed circuits on the surface thereof and provided with a plurality of circuit connection pins. Connection between the ground plane and the circuit connection pins is achieved by we ...