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John Bernard Buse, Alan Charles Moses: Small volume in vitro analyte sensor with diffusible or non-leachable redox mediator. TheraSense, Merchant & Gould P C, July 8, 2003: US06591125 (999 worldwide citation)

A region of skin, other than the fingertips, is stimulated. After stimulation, an opening is created in the skin (e.g., by lancing the skin) to cause a flow of body fluid from the region. At least a portion of this body fluid is transported to a testing device where the concentration of analyte (e.g ...


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John Bernard Buse, Alan Charles Moses: Methods of determining concentration of glucose. TheraSense, Merchant & Gould P C, June 6, 2006: US07058437 (346 worldwide citation)

A region of skin, other than the fingertips, is stimulated. After stimulation, an opening is created in the skin (e.g., by lancing the skin) to cause a flow of body fluid from the region. At least a portion of this body fluid is transported to a testing device where the concentration of analyte (e.g ...


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Leonard Schuchman, Ronald Bruno, Robert Rennard, Charles Moses: Hybrid GPS/data line unit for rapid, precise, and robust position determination. Stanford Telecommunications, Jim Zegeer, November 15, 1994: US05365450 (270 worldwide citation)

A global positioning system (GPS) in which a plurality earth orbiting satellites transmit position information to mobile radio stations on earth, is provided with a separate source satellite position data broadcast digital channels and one or more dial-up service separate communication channels (sel ...


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Leonard Schuchman, Ronald Bruno, Charles Moses: Cellular telephone with voice-in-data modem. Stanford Telecommunications, Jim Zegeer Esq, March 10, 1998: US05726893 (154 worldwide citation)

A GPS system has a plurality of satellites transmitting time and location data over radio frequency signals which enable a mobile GPS receiver on the ground to determine its position, includes a source of satellite data message block containing the ephemeris and time modes of the GPS satellites whic ...


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Hatch Graham, Charles Moses, Leonard Schuchman, Ronald Bruno: Portable cellular telephone using spread spectrum communication with mobile transceiver. Stanford Telecommunications, Townsend and Townsend Khourie and Crew, September 27, 1994: US05351270 (23 worldwide citation)

A portable cellular telephone system including a stationary transceiver for radio communication with a plurality of mobile transceivers within a geographic cell, a mobile transceiver within said geographic cell and having sufficient power to communicate with said stationary transceiver, and a portab ...


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John Bernard Buse, Alan Charles Moses: Methods of determining concentration of glucose. Abbott Diabetes Care, Edward J Baba, Shweta Chandra, Bozicevic Field & Francis, June 22, 2010: US07740581 (12 worldwide citation)

A region of skin, other than the fingertips, is stimulated. After stimulation, an opening is created in the skin (e.g., by lancing the skin) to cause a flow of body fluid from the region. At least a portion of this body fluid is transported to a testing device where the concentration of analyte (e.g ...


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John Bernard Buse, Alan Charles Moses: Integrated sample acquisition and analyte measurement device. Abbott Diabetes Care, Edward J Baba, Brian E Davy, Bozicevic Field & Francis, April 28, 2015: US09017259

A region of skin, other than the fingertips, is stimulated. After stimulation, an opening is created in the skin (e.g., by lancing the skin) to cause a flow of body fluid from the region. At least a portion of this body fluid is transported to a testing device where the concentration of analyte (e.g ...


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John Bernard Buse, Alan Charles Moses: Method for integrated sample acquisition and analyte measurement device. Abbott Diabetes Care, Edward J Baba, Brian E Davy, Bozicevic Field & Francis, March 1, 2016: US09271669

A region of skin, other than the fingertips, is stimulated. After stimulation, an opening is created in the skin (e.g., by lancing the skin) to cause a flow of body fluid from the region. At least a portion of this body fluid is transported to a testing device where the concentration of analyte (e.g ...


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John Bernard Buse, Alan Charles Moses: Methods of determining analyte concentration. Abbott Diabetes Care, Edward J Baba, Brian E Davy, Bozicevic Field & Francis, September 10, 2013: US08532731

A region of skin, other than the fingertips, is stimulated. After stimulation, an opening is created in the skin (e.g., by lancing the skin) to cause a flow of body fluid from the region. At least a portion of this body fluid is transported to a testing device where the concentration of analyte (e.g ...


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Shari W Axelrad, Charles Moses, Ahmed Khan, Narmandakh Taylor, Charles R Hoppin: Epoxy resin compositions. SOLVAY SPECIALTY POLYMERS USA, Jarrod N Raphael, Dwight M Benner II, March 21, 2017: US09598572

An epoxy resin composition [composition (C)] comprising: (i) from 30 to 90% by weight of at least one epoxy compound [compound E], based on the total weight of the composition (C); (ii) from 0 to 60% by weight of at least one curing agent [agent C], based on the total weight of the composition (C); ...