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Jeffrey P Walker, Robert M Bernard: Drug delivery system and method. Ichor Medical Systems, James C The Law Offices of James C Weseman Weseman Esq, March 21, 2000: US06041252 (215 worldwide citation)

A method for delivering a therapeutic agent to a predetermined location in a host is disclosed, wherein a liposome-encapsulated therapeutic agent is administered to the host, and an electrical field which encompasses a predetermined region within the host is established, such that as the liposome-en ...


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Krishan L Kalra, Jason Z Zhang, Zhi Weng Chang, Jianghong Shui: Automated staining apparatus. BioGenex Laboratories, James C The Law Offices of James C Weseman Weseman Esq, September 7, 1999: US05948359 (156 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is an automated staining apparatus including an arm moveable in three dimensions, and a hollow tip head located on the arm including integral reagent tip head, wash tip and blow tip for selectively dispensing gas and liquid onto microscope slides. Also disclosed are various sub-components ...


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Robert M Bernard: Electrodes and electrode arrays for generating electroporation inducing electrical fields. Ichor Medical Systems, James C The Law Offices of James C Weseman Weseman Esq, February 23, 1999: US05873849 (123 worldwide citation)

Electrodes and electrode array apparatus and systems for in vivo delivery of electrical waveforms rendering therapeutic benefit to the patient by utilizing an electrode array having at least three individually addressable electrodes disposed so as to form a triangle in a plane intersecting the elect ...


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Guangrong Zhan, Krishan L Kalra, Sheng Hui Su, Taiying Chen: Releasing embedding media from tissue specimens. BioGenex Laboratories, James C Weseman Esq, The Law Offices of James C Weseman, September 17, 2002: US06451551 (113 worldwide citation)

Releasing the embedding medium from an embedded histochemically reactive tissue specimen is provided by contacting the embedded tissue specimen with a releasing composition under conditions sufficient to release a sufficient portion of the embedding medium associated with the histochemically reactiv ...


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Robert M Bernard: Electrodes and electrode arrays for generating electroporation inducing electrical fields. Ichor Medical Systems, James C Weseman Esq, The Law Offices of James C Weseman, August 21, 2001: US06278895 (81 worldwide citation)

Electrodes and electrode array apparatus and systems for in vivo delivery of electrical waveforms rendering therapeutic benefit to the patient by utilizing an electrode array having at least three electrodes disposed so as to form an isosceles triangle in a plane intersecting the electrodes and elec ...


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Gail D Baura: Noninvasive continuous cardiac output monitor. James C Weseman, The Law Offices of James C Weseman, February 13, 2001: US06186955 (62 worldwide citation)

Method and apparatus for continuous, non-invasive determination of cardiac output which processes a sequence of non-invasive cardiography signals which are quantitatively dependent upon cardiac output within a computer system and associated neural network capable of generating a single output signal ...


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Sandra P Marshall: Method and apparatus for eye tracking and monitoring pupil dilation to evaluate cognitive activity. James C The Law Offices of James C Weseman Weseman Esq, July 18, 2000: US06090051 (59 worldwide citation)

Method and apparatus for correlating pupillary response to the cognitive activity of a subject undergoing an evaluation of cognitive activity during a task which involves monitoring and recording the point of gaze and pupillary response of the subject to the task, subjecting the recorded pupillary r ...


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Robert M Bernard, Andrew W Hannaman, Brady M Bernard: Method and apparatus for delivery of therapeutic agents. Ichor Medical Systmes, James C Weseman Esq, The Law Offices of James C Weseman, June 28, 2005: US06912417 (57 worldwide citation)

Methods and apparatus for the reproducible, consistent and efficacious delivery of a therapeutic agent to a patient. The invention comprises means for the controlled administration of the therapeutic agent through an orifice to the patient, a plurality of penetrating electrodes arranged with a prede ...


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Rajkumar Siva Iyer, Sheng Hui Su, Anita Inamdar, Krishan L Kalra: Multifunctional linking reagents for synthesis of branched oligomers. BioGenex Laboratories, James C The Law Offices of James C Weseman Weseman Esq, June 29, 1999: US05916750 (34 worldwide citation)

Reagents capable of forming branched oligomers with monomeric units are disclosed, together with oligomers incorporating such reagents, kits containing such reagents and methods for use of such reagents in forming oligomers with monomeric units. The present reagents can advantageously be used to int ...