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Joseph E Kercso, Steven A Sundberg, Jeffrey A Wolk, Andrew W Toth, Calvin Y H Chow, J Wallace Parce: High throughput microfluidic systems and methods. Caliper Technologies Corporation, Mark D Barrish Esq, Townsend Townsend & Crew, October 17, 2000: US06132685 (164 worldwide citation)

The invention provides improved systems, devices, and methods for analyzing a large number of sample compounds contained in standard multiwell microtiter plates or other array structures. The multiwell plates travel along a conveyor system to a test station having a microfluidic device. At the test ...


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Joseph E Kercso, Steven A Sundberg, Jeffrey A Wolk, Andrew W Toth, Calvin Y H Chow, J Wallace Parce: High throughput microfluidic systems and methods. Caliper Technologies, Stacey Landry, Quine Intellectual Property Law Group P C, December 17, 2002: US06495369 (40 worldwide citation)

The invention provides improved systems, devices, and methods for analyzing a large number of sample compounds contained in standard multi-well microtiter plates or other array structures. The multi-well plates travel along a conveyor system to a test station having a microfluidic device. At the tes ...


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Joseph E Kercso, Steven A Sundberg, Jeffrey A Wolk, Andrew W Toth, Calvin Y H Chow, J Wallace Parce: High throughput microfluidic systems and methods. Caliper Life Sciences, Ann C Petersen, Donald McKenna, January 8, 2008: US07316801 (3 worldwide citation)

The invention provides improved systems, devices, and methods for analyzing a large number of sample compounds contained in standard multi-well microtiter plates or other array structures. The multi-well plates travel along a conveyor system to a test station having a microfluidic device. At the tes ...


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Joseph A Kercso, Steven A Sundberg, Jeffrey A Wolk, Andrew W Toth, Calvin YH Chow, J Wallace Parce: High throughput microfluidic systems and methods. Caliper Technologies, Caliper Technologies, January 23, 2003: US20030017085-A1

The invention provides improved systems, devices, and methods for analyzing a large number of sample compounds contained in standard multi-well microtiter plates or other array structures. The multi-well plates travel along a conveyor system to a test station having a microfluidic device. At the tes ...