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Kalra Krishan L, Zhang Jason, Bahl Suneet: Automated specimen processing apparatus with fluid detection. Biogenex Laboratories, Kalra Krishan L, Zhang Jason, Bahl Suneet, WESEMAN James C, September 20, 2001: WO/2001/068259 (1 worldwide citation)

An automated specimen processing apparatus (10) for dispensing a reagent onto a mounted specimen comprising a support framework (20), at least one reagent vial holder (120) movable arm (30), multifunction Z head (70). The device also includes a dispensing means that comprises at least one reagent ti ...


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Kalra Krishan L, Zhang Jason Z, Chang Zhi Weng, Shui Jianghong: Automated staining apparatus. Biogenex Laboratories, Kalra Krishan L, Zhang Jason Z, Chang Zhi Weng, Shui Jianghong, WESEMAN James C, September 30, 1999: WO/1999/049295 (1 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is an automated staining apparatus including an arm (30) moveable in three dimensions, and a hollow tip head (70) located on the arm including integral reagent tip head (40), wash tip (41) and blow tip (42) for selectively dispensing gas and liquid onto microscope slides. Also disclosed ar ...


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Smith James C: Reagent vial for automated processing apparatus. Biogenex Laboratories, Smith James C, WESEMAN James C, January 20, 2000: WO/2000/002660 (1 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a reagent vial designed for use with automated processing devices. In one aspect, the present vial comprises a container portion (24) configured to contain a volume of liquid reagent, and having an upper end and a lower end. The upper end of the container portion is co ...


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Noble Robert, Mahoney James F: Building structures fabricated from stressed-skin panels. Kiva Advanced Environmental Technologies Corporation, Noble Robert, Mahoney James F, WESEMAN James C, November 5, 1998: WO/1998/049403

The present invention provides a building structure comprising a pair of opposed substantially vertical end walls (38), each wall having a substantially straight base side and a substantially continuous arch side extending from one end of the base side to the other end of the base side in each end w ...


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Miller Jeffrey E: Methods and compositions for cdna synthesis. Miller Jeffrey E, WESEMAN James C, December 28, 1995: WO/1995/035369

Methods and compositions for synthesizing cDNA are disclosed, wherein a synthetic polynucleotide template primer molecule is utilized.


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Ashcraft Danny C, Parente Richard E, de La, Cruz Richard: Golf club and method of manufacture. Goldwin Golf Usa, WESEMAN James C, June 8, 1995: WO/1995/015198

A golf club head of the metal wood type has a body formed entirely from one billet of high strength aluminum alloy with a separate sole plate of the same or different material secured in a machined recess on the lower face of the body. The body has an internal, empty cavity machined through a lower ...


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Pace Harold Ii: Mobile location reporting apparatus and methods. Pace Harold Ii, WESEMAN James C, August 10, 1995: WO/1995/021511

The present invention provides for an apparatus which allows an operator of a mobile communications unit, configured to receive and process signals generated by a Global Positioning System (GPS) and transmit then to a base communications unit, to be in voice communications with an operator of the ba ...


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Zhang Guangrong, Yu Cheng Zhi, Su Sheng Hui, Kalra Krishan L, Zhou Ding: Deparaffinization compositions and methods for their use. Biogenex Laboratories, WESEMAN James C, September 14, 1995: WO/1995/024498

Compositions and methods are provided for dewaxing wax-embedded biological specimens prior to histochemical analysis. The compositions and methods provided can effectively remove wax or improved wax-based embedding materials, particularly paraffin-based, from specimens during preparation for histoch ...


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Sandstrom Richard L: Gas replenishment method and apparatus for excimer lasers. Cymer, WESEMAN James C, March 7, 1996: WO/1996/007225

An excimer gas laser using a fluorine/krypton/neon gas mixture is provided with separate fluorine/neon (32) and krypton/neon (34) gas sources for use in replenishing the gas mixture. A bleed-down (36) mechanism is also provided for draining a portion of the gas mixture from the excimer laser. A cont ...


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Clark Brian R, Pai Mohandas: Polymeric resin for disulfide bond synthesis. Ekagen Corporation, Clark Brian R, Pai Mohandas, WESEMAN James C, March 14, 1996: WO/1996/007676

Disulfide resin compositions in which, following disulfide-thiol interchange, each thiol moiety remains attached to the resin, such resins affect the formation of inter or intramolecular peptide or protein disulfide bonds.