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Omar S Khalil, Thomas F Zurek, Kevin R Genger, Curtis J Pepe, Yi Her Jou, Stephen M Cotter: Method and apparatus for heterogeneous chemiluminescence assay. Abbott Laboratories, Priscilla E Porembski, Daniel W Collins, February 18, 1992: US05089424 (105 worldwide citation)

Apparatus and method for performing a chemiluminescence assay involving the immobilization of a chemiluminescent reaction complex to a solid, porous element. The solid, porous element is preferably treated to provide an immobilizing interaction with the chemiluminescent reaction complex wherein the ...


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Kathleen A Hanley, A David Hofferbert, Helen H Lee, Curtis J Pepe, Timothy J Perko, Thomas F Zurek: Reaction tube with a penetrable membrane to minimize contamination. Abbott Laboratories, Thomas D Brainard, Matthew R Hooper, Paul D Yasger, May 19, 1998: US05753186 (46 worldwide citation)

A disposable reaction vessel for performing nucleic acid amplification assay. The disposable reaction vessel has a penetrable cap that can be penetrated by an automated pipettor to aspirate a portion of an amplified reaction product. The disposable reaction vessel contains the reagents necessary to ...


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Kathleen A Hanley, A David Hofferbert, Helen H Lee, Curtis J Pepe, Thomas F Zurek: Method of minimizing contamination in amplification reactions using a reaction tube with a penetrable membrane. Abbott Laboratories, Thomas D Brainard, Paul D Yasger, February 18, 1997: US05604101 (46 worldwide citation)

A disposable reaction vessel for performing nucleic acid amplification assay. The disposable reaction vessel has a penetrable cap that can be penetrated by an automated pipettor to aspirate a portion of an amplified reaction product. The disposable reaction vessel contains the reagents necessary to ...


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Mark C Bach, Daniel Bay, Michael K Carter, John M Clemens, Daniel G Dahlke, Charles M Galitz, Robert C Gray, Folim Halaka, Steve Herchenbach, Ronald E Kukla, Curtis J Pepe, Mark Pierce, Scott G Safar, Julius Toth, Gary Zuck: Structure and method for performing a determination of an item of interest in a sample. Abbott Laboratories, Paul D Asger, David J Schodin, July 2, 2002: US06413780 (39 worldwide citation)

A method of performing a determination of an item of interest in a sample using a single structure is disclosed. A sample is provided accessible to the single structure. A first container for processing the sample is placed in a first process path on the single structure. The sample is transferred t ...


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Thomas F Zurek, Kathleen A Hanley, Curtis J Pepe: Method for thermal cycling nucleic acid assays. Abbott Laboratories, Paul D Yasger, Thomas D Brainard, November 19, 1996: US05576218 (24 worldwide citation)

The method for thermal cycling of nucleic acid assays includes a blended fluid stream produced from a plurality of constant velocity, constant volume, constant temperature fluid streams wherein to provide a variable temperature, constant velocity, constant volume fluid stream which is introduced int ...


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Mark C Bach, Daniel Bay, Michael K Carter, John M Clemens, Daniel G Dahlke, Charles M Galitz, Robert C Gray, Folim Halaka, Steve Herchenbach, Ronald E Kukla, Curtis J Pepe, Mark Pierce, Scott G Safar, Julius Toth, Gary Zuck: Structure and method for performing a determination of an item of interest in a sample. Steven F Weinstock, Abbott Laboratories, September 12, 2002: US20020127727-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

A method of performing a determination of an item of interest in a sample using a single structure is disclosed. A sample is provided accessible to the single structure. A first container for processing the sample is placed in a first process path on the single structure. The sample is transferred t ...