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Bret Berner, Chia Ming Chiang, Michael D Garrison, Janan Jona, Russell O Potts, Janet A Tamada, Michael J Tierney: Monitoring of physiological analytes. Cygnus, Barbara G Robins & Associates McClung, November 7, 2000: US06144869 (516 worldwide citation)

Methods and devices are provided for measuring the concentration of target chemical analytes present in a biological system. Device configuration and/or measurement techniques are employed in order to reduce the effect of interfering species on sensor sensitivity. One important application of the in ...


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Bret Berner, Chia Ming Chiang, Michael D Garrison, Janan Jona, Russell O Potts, Janet A Tamada, Michael J Tierney: Monitoring of physiological analytes. Cygnus, Barbara G McClung, Gary R Fabian, February 1, 2005: US06850790 (419 worldwide citation)

Methods and devices are provided for measuring the concentration of target chemical analytes present in a biological system. Device configuration and/or measurement techniques are employed in order to reduce the effect of interfering species on sensor sensitivity. One important application of the in ...


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Bret Berner, Chia Ming Chiang, Michael D Garrison, Janan Jona, Russell O Potts, Janet A Tamada, Michael J Tierney: Device for monitoring of physiological analytes. Cygnus, Barbara G McClung, Robins & Pasternak, March 12, 2002: US06356776 (365 worldwide citation)

Methods and devices are provided for measuring the concentration of target chemical analytes present in a biological system. Device configuration and/or measurement techniques are employed in order to reduce the effect of interfering species on sensor sensitivity. One important application of the in ...


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Bret Berner, Chia Ming Chiang, Michael D Garrison, Janan Jona, Russell O Potts, Janet A Tamada, Michael J Tierney: Device for monitoring of physiological analytes. Cygnus, Barbara G McClung, Gary R Fabian, July 15, 2003: US06594514 (268 worldwide citation)

Methods and devices are provided for measuring the concentration of target chemical analytes present in a biological system. Device configuration and/or measurement techniques are employed in order to reduce the effect of interfering species on sensor sensitivity. One important application of the in ...


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Bret Berner, Chia Ming Chiang, Michael D Garrison, Janan Jona, Russell O Potts, Janet A Tamada, Michael J Tierney: Monitoring a physiological analytes. Animas Technologies, RatnerPrestia, February 6, 2007: US07174199 (162 worldwide citation)

Methods and devices are provided for measuring the concentration of target chemical analytes present in a biological system. Device configuration and/or measurement techniques are employed in order to reduce the effect of interfering species on sensor sensitivity. One important application of the in ...


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Chia Ming Chiang, Gary W Cleary: Skin permeation enhancer compositions. Cygnus Research Corporation, Dianne E Reed, November 27, 1990: US04973468 (97 worldwide citation)

Skin permeation enhancer compositions are provided which increase the permeability of skin to transdermally administered pharmacologically active agents. The composition contains diethylene glycol monoethyl or monomethyl ether in addition to an ester component such as propylene glycol monolaurate, m ...


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Chia Ming Chiang, Gary W Cleary: Skin permeation enhancer compositions, and methods and transdermal systems associated therewith. Cygnus Therapeutic Systems, Dianne E Reed, October 1, 1991: US05053227 (75 worldwide citation)

Skin permeation enhancer compositions are provided which increase the permeability of skin to transdermally administered pharmacologically active agents. The composition contains diethylene glycol monoethyl or monomethyl ether in addition to an ester component such as propylene glycol monolaurate, m ...


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Chia Ming Chiang, Renee A Tenzel: Solid matrix system for transdermal drug delivery. Cygnus Therapeutic Systems, Morrison & Foerster, October 12, 1993: US05252334 (65 worldwide citation)

A matrix for containing drugs for transdermal delivery systems is disclosed. The matrix, formed of a skin-adhesive acrylate copolymer, attains high rates of drug delivery without the addition of drug delivery rate enhancers. In preferred embodiments the matrix is used to administer steroids, in part ...


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Tung Fen Chen, Chia Ming Chiang, Janan Jona, Priti Joshi, Asha Ramdas: Polyurethane hydrogel drug reservoirs for use in transdermal drug delivery systems, and associated methods of manufacture and use. Cygnus, Barbara G McClung, Angela Bozicevic & Reed Horne, May 11, 1999: US05902603 (62 worldwide citation)

High capacity drug reservoirs are provided for incorporation into transdermal drug delivery systems. The drug reservoirs are hydrogels formulated from polyurethanes crosslinked with diisocyanate crosslinking agents or cured with radiation in the presence of a photoinitator. Drug loading as high as 6 ...


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Chia Ming Chiang, Renee Ann Tenzel: Solid matrix system for transdermal drug delivery. Cygnus, Morrison & Foerster, June 23, 1998: US05770219 (55 worldwide citation)

A matrix for containing drugs for transdermal delivery systems is disclosed. The matrix, formed of a skin-adhesive acrylate copolymer, attains high rates of drug delivery without the addition of drug delivery rate enhancers. In preferred embodiments the matrix is used to administer steroids, in part ...