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David C Arnquist, Grady Barnes III, Chadwick M Dunn, Richard C East Jr, Patrick P Fritchie, Gregory E Gardner, Cass J Grandone, Robert C Gray, James T Holen, Jimmy D McCoy, James E Mitchell, Adrian John Murray, David W Murray, Jack F Ramsey, Neal T Sleszynski: Method of performing a process for determining an item of interest in a sample. Abbott Laboratories, Mark C Bach, August 18, 1998: US05795784 (109 worldwide citation)

Embodiments described herein provide methods of performing a process for determining an item of interest in a sample. In one embodiment, a container for holding the sample is accepted in a process lane where a process step is selectively automatically performed on the sample in the container. The pr ...


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David C Arnquist, Grady Barnes III, Richard D Button, Chadwick M Dunn, Richard C East Jr, Patrick P Fritchie, Charles M Galitz, Gregory E Gardner, Cass J Grandone, Robert C Gray, James T Holen, Robert P Luoma II, Jimmy D McCoy, James E Mitchell, Adrian John Murray, David W Murray, Jack F Ramsey, Neal T Sleszynski, Julius J Toth: Method for determination of item of interest in a sample. Abbott Laboratories, Mark C Bach, January 5, 1999: US05856194 (54 worldwide citation)

The embodiments disclosed relate to determination of an item of interest in a sample. In one method, a process path comprising a process lane including a process step performance lane where a process step is performed, and a process step avoidance lane where the process step is avoided is provided. ...


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Michael G Fisher, Andrew Sizelove, Keith R Berend, David W Murray: Sensing force during partial and total knee replacement surgery. Synvasive Technology, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, July 3, 2012: US08211041 (52 worldwide citation)

Systems, devices, and methods are provided for measuring forces in the space of a knee during surgery. Such forces can be caused by tension in the ligaments of the knee. A femoral member is engaged with a distal femur. While the knee is flexed, partially extended, or fully extended, a force sensor a ...


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David C Arnquist, Grady Barnes III, Richard D Button, Chadwick M Dunn, Richard C East Jr, Patrick P Fritchie, Charles M Galitz, Gregory E Gardner, Cass J Grandone, Robert C Gray, James T Holen, Robert P Luoma II, Jimmy D McCoy, James E Mitchell, Adrian John Murray, David W Murray, Jack F Ramsey, Neal T Sleszynski, Julius J Toth: Structure for determination of item of interest in a sample. Abbott Laboratories, David L Weinstein, May 13, 2003: US06562298 (13 worldwide citation)

The embodiments disclosed relate to determination of an item of interest in a sample. One embodiment relates to a structure which comprises a process path. The process path comprises a process lane including a process step performance lane where a process step is performed, and a process step avoida ...


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Norman S Singer, David W Murray: Modified gluten product and process. John Labatt, Fisher Christen & Sabol, April 15, 1980: US04198438 (13 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a modified gluten product useful in baking applications. The product comprises the reaction product of vital gluten and xanthan gum. The invention also provides a process for the production of the product on baking processes utilizing same.


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Hugh M Herr, Rick Casler, Christopher M Nook, Alexander S Margolin, Kristin J Size, Matthew T Kowalczyk, Robert W Spaller, Gregory K Thompson, Timothy M Dalrymple, Seth S Kessler, David W Murray, Christopher E Barnhart: Hybrid terrain-adaptive lower-extremity systems. BionX Medical Technologies, Kacvinsky Daisak Bluni PLLC Boston, May 24, 2016: US09345592 (2 worldwide citation)

Hybrid terrain-adaptive lower-extremity apparatus and methods that perform in a variety of different situations by detecting the terrain that is being traversed, and adapting to the detected terrain. In some embodiments, the ability to control the apparatus for each of these situations builds upon f ...


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Michael G Fisher, Andrew P Sizelove, Keith R Berend, David W Murray: Sensing force during partial or total knee replacement surgery. Synvasive Technology, Schwegman Lundberg & Woessner P A, August 15, 2017: US09730810 (1 worldwide citation)

Systems, devices, and methods are provided for measuring forces in the space of a knee during surgery. Such forces can be caused by tension in the ligaments of the knee. A femoral member is engaged with a distal femur. While the knee is flexed, partially extended, or fully extended, a force sensor a ...


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Hugh M Herr, Rick Casler, Christopher M Nook, Alexander S Margolin, Kristin J Size, Matthew T Kowalczyk, Robert W Spaller, Gregory K Thompson, Timothy M Dalrymple, Seth S Kessler, David W Murray, Christopher E Barnhart: Hybrid terrain-adaptive lower-extremity systems. BIONX MEDICAL TECHNOLOGIES, September 11, 2018: US10070974

Hybrid terrain-adaptive lower-extremity apparatus and methods that perform in a variety of different situations by detecting the terrain that is being traversed, and adapting to the detected terrain. In some embodiments, the ability to control the apparatus for each of these situations builds upon f ...


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David W Murray: Optical wiring systems and methods. James Richards, April 11, 2017: US09618714

An architected system of distribution of power and information using copper wire for power distribution and fiber optic for communication of information. The architected system is comprehensive for connections and upgrades related to the function, installation, terminations at every junction of a 3 ...


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David W Murray: Pin centering guide with goniometer. Wright Medical Technology, Duane Morris, January 8, 2013: US08348957

An instrument assembly for placing a guide pin in a femoral neck of a patient with reference to a medullary guide wire for use in resurfacing a femoral head. The assembly comprises a femoral neck clamp configured to define a femoral neck center. A pin guide attaches to the femoral neck clamp. A pin ...