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Andreas N Dorsel, Kyle J Schleifer, Elecia C White, Charles S Ladd, Debra A Sillman: Interrogating multi-featured arrays. Agilent Technologies, Gordon M Stewart, June 18, 2002: US06406849 (51 worldwide citation)

A method, apparatus for executing the method, and computer program products for use in such an apparatus. The method includes scanning an interrogating light across multiple sites on an array package including an addressable array of multiple features of different moieties, which scanned sites inclu ...


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Jeffrey J Terlizzi, Daniel J Fritchman, Scott Krueger, Terry Tikalsky, Debra A Sillman, Tony Chi Wang Ng: Adapter for electronic devices. Apple, Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton, June 24, 2014: US08762605 (28 worldwide citation)

An adapter for connecting an accessory to a portable electronic device includes a first connector compatible with a connector of the portable electronic device and a second connector compatible with a connector of the accessory. The connectors of the accessory and the portable electronic device are ...


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Jeffrey J Terlizzi, Daniel J Fritchman, Scott Krueger, Terry Tikalsky, Debra A Sillman, Tony Chi Wang Ng: Adapter for electronic devices. Apple, Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton, July 2, 2013: US08478913 (26 worldwide citation)

An adapter for connecting an accessory to a portable electronic device includes a first connector compatible with a connector of the portable electronic device and a second connector compatible with a connector of the accessory. The connectors of the accessory and the portable electronic device are ...


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Debra A Sillman: Holders for arrays. Agilent Technologies, October 24, 2006: US07125523 (14 worldwide citation)

A holder for an array unit having a planar substrate and an array of chemical moieties on a surface of the substrate. The holder may include a body with a retaining mechanism which releasably retains an array unit in a seated position. A holder identifier may include data on a characteristic of the ...


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John F Corson, Debra A Sillman, Jayati Ghosh, Kenneth L Staton: Signal offset for prevention of data clipping in a molecular array scanner. Agilent Technologies, July 5, 2005: US06914229 (13 worldwide citation)

A method and system for preventing signal clipping in a molecular array scanner by adding an offset signal to the signal generated by the photodetectors and initial stages of signal processing within a molecular array scanner in order to promote the signal above the level where signal information is ...


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Jayati Ghosh, John F Corson, Debra A Sillman: Biopolymer array substrate thickness dependent automated focus-distance determination method for biopolymer array scanners. Agilent Technologies, December 28, 2004: US06835938 (13 worldwide citation)

A method and system for determining a biopolymer array substrate thickness dependent optimal focus distance for scanning a molecular array by a molecular array scanner are disclosed. Also disclosed are methods of determining the thickness of a biopolymer array substrate using a position sensitive de ...


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Jayati Ghosh, John F Corson, Debra A Sillman: Biopolymer array substrate thickness dependent automated focus-distance determination method for biopolymer array scanners. Agilent Technologies, April 22, 2008: US07361906 (10 worldwide citation)

A method and system for determining a biopolymer array substrate thickness dependent optimal focus distance for scanning a molecular array by a molecular array scanner are provided. A reference substrate is automatically scanned at successively greater distances of the stage from a light gathering m ...


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Andreas N Dorsel, Kyle J Schleifer, Elecia C White, Charles S Ladd, Debra A Sillman: Interrogating multi-featured arrays. Agilent Technologies, May 12, 2009: US07531303 (9 worldwide citation)

A method, apparatus for executing the method, and computer program products for use in such an apparatus. The method includes scanning an interrogating light across multiple sites on an array package including an addressable array of multiple features of different moieties, which scanned sites inclu ...


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Bo U Curry, Andreas N Dorsel, Kyle J Schleifer, Debra A Sillman: Maximum sensitivity optical scanning system. Agilent Technologies, March 22, 2005: US06870166 (4 worldwide citation)

A maximum sensitivity optical scanning system is disclosed. It finds use in a variety of applications, including the reading of biopolymeric arrays. It operates by scanning sample at a setting selected to result in signal saturation for some, but not all available data. Subsequent scans of the same ...


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Bo U Curry, Andreas N Dorsel, Kyle J Schleifer, Debra A Sillman: Maximum sensitivity optical scanning system. Agilent Technologies, June 6, 2006: US07057185 (2 worldwide citation)

A maximum sensitivity optical scanning system is disclosed. It finds use in a variety of applications, including the reading of biopolymeric arrays. It operates by scanning sample at a setting selected to result in signal saturation for some, but not all available data. Subsequent scans of the same ...