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Howard M Shapiro: Cytological assay procedure. Kenway & Jenney, August 10, 1982: US04343782 (53 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a method ofbioassay based on the detection of changes in the membrane potential of individual cells. A cell suspension is incubated with a solution of a substance capable of affecting the physiology of at least a subpopulation of cells in the suspension. During or after the incubation, ...


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Dan Bron: Adjustable-rate, constant output infusion set. Lane Aitken Kice & Kananen, August 10, 1982: US04343305 (52 worldwide citation)

There is provided an adjustable-rate, constant output infusion set connectable in-line in an intravascular infusion system. The infusion set comprises a connector piece connectable to a container for the infusion liquid and a head piece rotatably attached to the connector piece and connectable at it ...


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Ray E Davis Jr, Richard J Becker, Robert G Foster, Michael J Westkamper, Earle J Timothy, Richard H Johnson: Video inspection system. Chesebrough Pond s, August 10, 1982: US04344146 (52 worldwide citation)

A video inspection system comprising a TV camera for producing a digital video image of a subject, an interface, having a direct memory access channel, for structuring the digital data, a high speed random access memory for storing the digital data, a bus oriented processor for performing high speed ...


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Richard A Batt: Windshield wiper assembly. Trico Products Corporation, E Herbert Liss, August 10, 1982: US04343063 (51 worldwide citation)

A windshield wiper refill wiping unit includes a squeegee element supported by a sinuous backing strip in which the central portion is convex in the direction facing the squeegee element and the end portions are concave on the side facing the squeegee element. The unit may be supported in an articul ...


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Yasuo Nakagawa, Hiroshi Makihira, Yoshitada Oshida, Nobuyuki Akiyama: Shape testing apparatus. Hitachi, Craig and Antonelli, August 10, 1982: US04343553 (50 worldwide citation)

A shape detecting apparatus comprises a slit projecting means for projecting a slit image on a three-dimensional object such as a soldered area, a positioning means for positioning the three-dimensional object relative to the slit projecting means, an image pickup means for two-dimensionally scannin ...


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Larry W Lorimor: Series - parallel selector for steering and implement. Caterpillar Tractor Co, Phillips Moore Weissenberger Lempio & Majestic, August 10, 1982: US04343151 (50 worldwide citation)

Prior art interrupted series type load sensitive hydraulic systems have not had the capability of both providing full speed simultaneous vehicle cornering and implement correction while preventing the same when the implements are operating at a high pressure level, and preventing low torque motor st ...


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Sheldon L Wilde, Thomas J McCandless, Robert M Saunders: Process and apparatus for molding liners in container closures. H C, Dressler Goldsmith Shore Sutker & Milnamow, August 10, 1982: US04343754 (50 worldwide citation)

A process for making a composite closure having a plastic cap with specially configured pedestals that are interconnected to a plastic liner. In one embodiment, the pedestals are each formed with an overhang, such as a mushroom-shaped overhang, to provide a mechanical interlock with the liner. In ot ...


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Thomas M Cairns, David G Connors: Printed circuit board edge connector. Ford Motor Company, Peter Abolins, Robert D Sanborn, August 10, 1982: US04343523 (49 worldwide citation)

This specification discloses a connector for coupling to the edge of a printed circuit board. The connector contains terminals which are staggered in the direction of insertion of the printed circuit board into the connector. Such staggering reduces the peak magnitude of the insertion force. A secur ...


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William K Hilfiker: Apparatus and method for anchoring the rigid face of a retaining structure for an earthen formation. Hilfiker Pipe Co, Naylor Neal & Uilkema, August 10, 1982: US04343572 (49 worldwide citation)

A rigid face member is held in place at the face of an earthen formation by anchor elements embedded within the formation. Deformable sections are incorporated into the anchor elements adjacent the face member to permit the anchor elements to move with the formation in the event of earthquake or set ...


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Robert B Sarver, W Eugene Arthur: Robert D Cunningham, Byron F West, Jacox & Meckstroth, August 10, 1982: US04343567 (48 worldwide citation)

A metal anchor tube is driven into the ground or blacktop and defines a cavity which receives the lower end portion of an elongated cylindrical flexible marking tube extruded from a resilient plastics material. The upper end portion of the marking tube supports a light reflecting member which may be ...