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Charles Olson: Three dimensional vector cardiographic display and method for displaying same. Galgano & Burke, September 8, 1998: US05803084 (72 worldwide citation)

A cardiographic display for displaying an electrocardiograph heart signal in vector format within a single three-dimensional coordinate system sampled at incremental time intervals and combining the above vector display on the same screen with other displays, e.g., a 12-Lead display. Other embodimen ...


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Ricaredo Matanguihan, Eva Sajan, Konstantin Konstantinov, Michael Zachariou, Charles Olson: Process and medium for mammalian cell culture under low dissolved carbon dioxide concentration. Bayer Corporation, Melissa A Shaw, John W Mahoney, January 15, 2002: US06338964 (19 worldwide citation)

A cell culture medium which is low in dissolved carbon dioxide is disclosed. The medium contains less than about 1 g/L added sodium bicarbonate and includes an organic buffer and a metal complexing agent. The medium is preferably essentially free of added sodium bicarbonate. Methods of use of the me ...


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Michael Samuels, Jeffrey Charles Olson, Andrew Watson, Keith Brown, Darren Roy Link: Compositions and methods for molecular labeling. Raindance Technologies, Brown Rudnick, Thomas C Meyers, October 6, 2015: US09150852 (15 worldwide citation)

The invention provides barcode libraries and methods of making and using them including obtaining a plurality of nucleic acid constructs in which each construct comprises a unique N-mer and a functional N-mer and segregating the constructs into a fluid compartments such that each compartment contain ...


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Joseph A Ficarra, Charles Olson: Broadband communications system. Westinghouse Norden Systems, C O Edwards, December 12, 1995: US05475707 (10 worldwide citation)

A signal of bandwidth F.sub.max is unambiguously transmitted over a datalink having a bandwidth less than F.sub.max by subdividing the signal into a plurality of subspectrums and bandshifting the subspectrums greater than the datalink bandwidth to baseband. Each bandshifted subspectrum is uniquely e ...


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David Charles Olson, Robert Phillips III: Apparatus and method for removing known good die using hot shear process. International Business Machines Corporation, Aziz M Ahsan, April 14, 1998: US05738267 (7 worldwide citation)

Apparatus and method is provided for separating electrical connections, such as, solder connections, between two surfaces in which electrical connections are relatively weak and thus can be readily separated. The preferred application of the disclosed process and apparatus is its use in separating s ...


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David Charles Olson, Robert Phillips III: Apparatus and method for removing known good die using hot shear process. International Business Machines Corporation, Aziz M Ahsan, January 13, 1998: US05707000 (6 worldwide citation)

Apparatus and method is provided for separating electrical connections, such as, solder connections, between two surfaces in which electrical connections are relatively weak and thus can be readily separated. The preferred application of the disclosed process and apparatus is its use in separating s ...


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David Charles Olson, Robert Phillips III: Apparatus and method for removing known good die using hot shear process. International Business Machines Corporation, Aziz M Ahsan, October 5, 1999: US05961026 (3 worldwide citation)

Apparatus and method is provided for separating electrical connections, such as, solder connections, between two surfaces in which electrical connections are relatively weak and thus can be readily separated. The preferred application of the disclosed process and apparatus is its use in separating s ...


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John Brian Hutchison, Jeffrey Charles Olson, Darren Roy Link: Digital analyte analysis. Raindance Technologies, Brown Rudnick, Thomas C Meyers, July 26, 2016: US09399797 (2 worldwide citation)

The invention generally relates to droplet based digital PCR and methods for analyzing a target nucleic acid using the same. In certain embodiments, a method for determining the nucleic acid make-up of a sample is provided.


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Jac Anders Burke, David Charles Olson, James Edward Tersigni, Jeffrey Scott Wolfe: Shaving blade for chip site dressing. International Business Machines, Aziz M Ahsan Esq, Scully Scott Murphy & Presser, April 25, 2000: US06053393 (2 worldwide citation)

A shaving or shearing blade utilized in dressing solder joint chip technologies without the use of heat or a copper block wicking process. In essence, any solder debris resulting from the solder shaving process as implemented by the shaving blade is removed through the intermediary of a vacuum arran ...


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Shawn Fuller, Bryan A Claseman, Joram Slager, Jeffrey J Missling, Gary Maharaj, Gary W Opperman, Nathan Lockwood, Robert W Hergenrother, Charles Olson: Wound packing device and methods. SurModics, October 13, 2015: US09155671 (1 worldwide citation)

Embodiments of the invention include wound packing devices and methods of making and using the same. In an embodiment, the invention includes a wound packing device including a plurality of spacing elements capable of absorbing exudate, wherein the surface of the spacing elements resist colonization ...