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Rosann M Kaylor, Abraham B Choi, Chibueze Obinna Chidebelu Eze, Michael Heinrich Herbert Grunze: Use of wicking agent to eliminate wash steps for optical diffraction-based biosensors. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Kilpatrick Stockton, June 4, 2002: US06399295 (92 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides an inexpensive and sensitive system and method for detecting analytes present in a medium. The system comprises a diffraction enhancing element, such as functionalized microspheres, which are modified such that they are capable of binding with a target analyte. Additio ...


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Rameshbabu Boga, Chibueze Obinna Chidebelu Eze, Rosann M Kaylor, Xuedong Song: Enhanced diffraction-based biosensor devices. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Dority & Manning P A, August 15, 2006: US07091049 (18 worldwide citation)

An enhanced diffraction based biosensor system and method are provided for detecting an analyte of interest in a test medium. The system incorporates at least one additional detection tag substance with the analyte of interest, the tag emitting a measurable parameter that is different from optical d ...


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Kaiyuan Yang, Ning Wei, Rosann Kaylor, Chibueze Obinna Chidebelu Eze, Zdravko Savov Atanassov: Methods of making assay devices utilizing hollow particles. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Dority & Manning P A, October 11, 2011: US08034397 (1 worldwide citation)

Hollow particles for use in various types of assay devices are provided. Due to their hollow or voided structure, the particles may exhibit a variety of beneficial properties. For instance, hollow particles are generally lightweight, and thus, relatively inexpensive in comparison to other types of p ...


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Kaiyuan Yang, Ning Wei, Rosann Kaylor, Chibueze Obinna Chidebelu Eze, Zdravko Savov Atanassov: Assay devices that utilize hollow particles. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Dority & Manning P A, November 9, 2010: US07829328

Hollow particles for use in various types of assay devices are provided. Due to their hollow or voided structure, the particles may exhibit a variety of beneficial properties. For instance, hollow particles are generally lightweight, and thus, relatively inexpensive in comparison to other types of p ...


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Kaiyuan Yang, Ning Wei, Rosann Kaylor, Chibueze Obinna Chidebelu Eze, Zdravko Savov Atanassov: Assay devices that utilize hollow particles. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Dority & Manning Pa, October 7, 2004: US20040197819-A1

Hollow particles for use in various types of assay devices are provided. Due to their hollow or voided structure, the particles may exhibit a variety of beneficial properties. For instance, hollow particles are generally lightweight, and thus, relatively inexpensive in comparison to other types of p ...


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Rameshbabu Boga, Chibueze Obinna Chidebelu Eze, Rosann M Kaylor, Xuedong Song: Enhanced diffraction-based biosensor devices. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Stephen E Bondura Esq, Dority & Manning Pa, January 1, 2004: US20040002110-A1

An enhanced diffraction based biosensor system and method are provided for detecting an analyte of interest in a test medium. The system incorporates at least one additional detection tag substance with the analyte of interest, the tag emitting a measurable parameter that is different from optical d ...


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Kaiyuan Yang, Ning Wei, Rosann Kaylor, Chibueze Obinna Chidebelu Eze, Zdravko Savov Atanassov: Assay devices that utilize hollow particles. Dority & Manning Pa, September 28, 2006: US20060216834-A1

Hollow particles for use in various types of assay devices are provided. Due to their hollow or voided structure, the particles may exhibit a variety of beneficial properties. For instance, hollow particles are generally lightweight, and thus, relatively inexpensive in comparison to other types of p ...


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Kaiyuan Yang, Ning Wei, Rosann Kaylor, Chibueze Obinna Chidebelu Eze, Zdravko Savov Atanassov: Methods of Making Assay Devices Utilizing Hollow Particles. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Dority & Manning Pa, January 27, 2011: US20110020541-A1

Hollow particles for use in various types of assay devices are provided. Due to their hollow or voided structure, the particles may exhibit a variety of beneficial properties. For instance, hollow particles are generally lightweight, and thus, relatively inexpensive in comparison to other types of p ...