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Arthur L Babson, Thomas Palmieri, Anthony P Montalbano, Chris P Montalbano, Greg A Montalbano, Eric C Fleischer: Automated immunoassay analyzer. DPC Cirrus, Whitham Curtis & Whitham, March 23, 1999: US05885530 (176 worldwide citation)

An improved automated immunoassay analyzer including a high throughput automated immunoassay system which can perform high volume testing on a broad range of analytes while selecting from among a diverse set of immunoassays for any given sample. The immunoanalyzer has the capacity to perform a wide ...


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Arthur L Babson, Arthur F Ross, Douglas R Olson, Gershon Giter, Victor R Huebner: Automated immunoassay analyzer with pictorial display of assay information. Cirrus Diagnostics, Whitham & Marhoefer, May 31, 1994: US05316726 (141 worldwide citation)

An automated immunoassay analyzer includes a computer controlled instrument (10) and display (16). The display (16) provides a real-time presentation of all operations being performed within the instrument (10). A large number of samples can be loaded into the instrument (10), and the order of testi ...


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Arthur L Babson, Thomas Palmieri, Anthony P Montalbano, Chris P Montalbano, Greg A Montalbano, Eric C Fleischer: Automated immunoassay analyzer. DPC Cirrus, Whitham Curtis & Whitham, March 23, 1999: US05885529 (134 worldwide citation)

An improved automated immunoassay analyzer including a high throughput automated immunoassay system which can perform high volume testing on a broad range of analytes while selecting from among a diverse set of immunoassays for any given sample. The immunoanalyzer has the capacity to perform a wide ...


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Arthur L Babson, Thomas Palmieri, Douglas R Olson: Multichambered container and instrument for performing diagnostic tests. Cirrus Diagnostics, Whitham & Marhoefer, September 22, 1992: US05149501 (44 worldwide citation)

An instrument (50) automatically determines the concentrations of HDL cholesterol, LDL cholesterol, total cholesterol and triglycerides for a sample (80) of whole, anticoagulated blood placed in a doughnut shaped container (10). The sample (80) is first separated into its blood cell and plasma (84) ...


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Arthur L Babson: Collection and separation device. Warner Lambert Company, Albert H Graddis, Frank S Chow, May 1, 1979: US04152269 (44 worldwide citation)

A blood collection assembly and closure therefor, for the collection, separation, isolation and storage of serum from blood. The closure is constructed of a cannula penetrable self-sealing elastomer and includes a thixotropic barrier material in a hollow central portion of the closure, so that the b ...


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William Tyberg, Arthur L Babson: Tube bottom sensing for small fluid samples. DPC Cirrus, McGuireWoods, August 7, 2001: US06270726 (27 worldwide citation)

A pipetting station having a bottom sensing device is provided in conjunction with one of any known liquid level sensing devices. The bottom sensing device includes a pipetting probe spring mounted to a pipetting arm of the pipetting station. The bottom sensing device also includes a sensor for dete ...


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Thomas Palmieri, Arthur L Babson: Self-sealing reagent container and reagent container system. DPC Cirrus, Whitham Curtis Whitham & McGinn, May 27, 1997: US05632399 (27 worldwide citation)

Self-sealing reagent container, and a system of same on a carousel, related to a vessel having a plurality of separate compartments, each compartment having an opening in an upper surface of the vessel, with a hinged lid member attached to said vessel having spring-like biasing to automatically rese ...


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Arthur L Babson: Sample dilution system and dilution well insert therefor. DPC Cirrus, Whitham Curtis Whitham & McGinn, March 3, 1998: US05723092 (25 worldwide citation)

A sample dilution system including a dilution well waste chamber chamber, a dilution well spinning device, and a dilution well adapted to be controllably rotated by the dilution well spinning device when positioned within the dilution well chamber. The dilution well used in the dilution well system ...


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Arthur L Babson: Multiple use container for the packaging of fluids. George M Yahwak, December 17, 1985: US04559052 (21 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a uniquely simple, multiple use apparatus for the packaging of fluids, such as those reference fluids used for the calibration and standardization of blood gas instrumentation, which must not be exposed to air.


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Arthur L Babson: Kinetic latex agglutinometry. Warner Lambert Company, Stephen I Miller, Stephen Raines, Albert H Graddis, June 3, 1980: US04205954 (18 worldwide citation)

An immunoassay wherein the sample containing an immunologic substance is added to a suspension of particles coated with a second immunologic substance which is specific to the immunologic substance of the sample. The change in percentage of light transmission through the suspension undergoing the re ...