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David Parkes Matzinger: Electrochemical test strip cards that include an integral dessicant. Lifescan, Carol M LaSalle, Bozicevic Field & Francis, May 6, 2003: US06558528 (215 worldwide citation)

Electrochemical test strip cards that can be singulated to produce electrochemical test strips are provided. The electrochemical test cards are made up of two or more electrochemical test strip precursors, where each precursor is characterized by the presence of a dry reagent housing reaction chambe ...


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David Parkes Matzinger, George Michael Daffern: Method and apparatus for analyte detection having on-strip standard. Lifescan, July 14, 1998: US05780304 (207 worldwide citation)

A test strip is provided for having liquid applied thereto and for determining the presence or quantity of an analyte in such liquid. Specifically, the test strip comprises a reaction zone which varies in reflectance as a function of the quantity of analtye present in the applied liquid. The strip i ...


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David Parkes Matzinger: Electrochemical test strip cards that include an integral dessicant. Lifescan, Carol LaSalle, Bozicevic Field & Francis, July 5, 2005: US06913668 (105 worldwide citation)

Electrochemical test strip cards that can be singulated to produce electrochemical test strips are provided. The electrochemical test cards are made up of two or more electrochemical test strip precursors, where each precursor is characterized by the presence of a dry reagent housing reaction chambe ...


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David Parkes Matzinger: Electrochemical test strip cards that include an integral dessicant. Bozicevic Field & Francis, October 30, 2003: US20030200644-A1

Electrochemical test strip cards that can be singulated to produce electrochemical test strips are provided. The electrochemical test cards are made up of two or more electrochemical test strip precursors, where each precursor is characterized by the presence of a dry reagent housing reaction chambe ...


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David Parkes Matzinger, Sherry Guo, Khalid Rashid Quraishi: Analytical test strip with control zone. Philip S Johnson, Johnson & Johnson, February 2, 2006: US20060024835-A1

An analytical test strip for the determination of an analyte (e.g., glucose) in a liquid sample (such as whole blood) includes a matrix, with the matrix having a sample detection zone and a control zone(s). The sample detection zone includes a first reagent composition that reacts with analyte in th ...


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