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Paul A Liberti, Yuzhou Wang, Weixin Tang, Brian P Feeley, Dhanesh I Gohel: Apparatus and methods for magnetic separation featuring external magnetic means. Immunivest Corporation, Dann Dorfman Herrell and Skillman, November 14, 1995: US05466574 (206 worldwide citation)

A magnetic separator for isolating magnetically-labeled substances of interest, such as immunological agents, from a non-magnetic test medium using a method of high gradient magnetic separation. The target substance is contacted with microscopic magnetic particles having a receptor for binding with ...


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Paul A Liberti, Brian P Feeley, Dhanesh I Gohel: Apparatus for magnetic separation featuring external magnetic means. Immunicon Corporation, Dann Dorfmann Herrell and Skillman, February 16, 1993: US05186827 (184 worldwide citation)

A magnetic separator for separating magnetic particles from a non-magnetic test medium is disclosed herein. The magnetic separator includes a non-magnetic container having a peripheral wall with an internal surface area for receiving the test medium, and magnetic means for generating a magnetic fiel ...


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Paul A Liberti, Brian P Feeley, Dhanesh I Gohel: Apparatus and methods for magnetic separation. Immunicon Corporation, Dann Dorfman Herrell and Skillman, April 6, 1993: US05200084 (147 worldwide citation)

Magnetic separation apparatus and methods for separating colloidal magnetic particles from a non-magnetic test medium in which the magnetic particles are suspended. The separator comprises a container holding the non-magnetic test medium, one or more magnetic wires disposed substantially within the ...


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Leon W M M Terstappen, Galla C Rao, Dhanesh I Gohel, Brian P Feeley, Steven Gross, Ellen S Church, Paul A Liberti: Affinity-binding separation and release of one or more selected subset of biological entities from a mixed population thereof. Immunivest Corporation, Dann Dorfman Herrell and Skillman, July 8, 1997: US05646001 (124 worldwide citation)

A method for separation of a mixture of biological entities into at least three distinct, subpopulations. Different antibodies are provided, with each antibody bound to a solid support in a unique manner such that by a manipulation of the physical or chemical environment, the bonds between the antib ...


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Paul A Liberti, Dhanesh I Gohel: Manipulation of colloids for facilitating magnetic separations. Immunicon Corporation, Dann Dorfman Herrell and Skillman, April 28, 1992: US05108933 (84 worldwide citation)

Colloidal particles are converted into magnetic microagglomerates via manipulation of their colloidal properties, thereby facilitating their separation from solution.