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George McNamara, Dirk Soenksen, Dario Cabib, Robert A Buckwald: In situ method of analyzing cells. Applied Spectral Imaging, Mark M Friedman, December 28, 1999: US06007996 (250 worldwide citation)

A method of in situ analysis of a biological sample comprising the steps of (a) staining the biological sample with N stains of which a first stain is selected from the group consisting of a first immunohistochemical stain, a first histological stain and a first DNA ploidy stain, and a second stain ...


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Dirk C Soenksen, George McNamara, Yuval Garini, Nir Katzir: Method of cancer cell detection. Applied Spectral Imaging, Mark M Friedman, November 30, 1999: US05995645 (104 worldwide citation)

A method for cancer cell detection including the steps of (a) staining an analyzed sample with at least first and second dyes, the dyes being selected such that the first dye better adheres to normal cells whereas the second dye better adheres to cancer cells; (b) spectrally imaging the sample throu ...


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Yuval Garini, George McNamara, Dirk Soenksen, Dario Cabib, Robert A Buckwald: In-situ method of analyzing cells. Applied Spectral Imaging, December 26, 2000: US06165734 (82 worldwide citation)

A method of in situ analysis of a biological sample comprising the steps of (a) staining the biological sample with N stains of which a first stain is selected from the group consisting of a first immunohistochemical stain, a first histological stain and a first DNA ploidy stain, and a second stain ...


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James C Biggs, David D Warchocki, David A Faltisco, George McNamara: One piece header assembly for an implantable medical device. Wilson Greatbatch Technologies, Michael F Scalise, January 23, 2007: US07167749 (41 worldwide citation)

A header assembly mounted to a medical device for connecting to at least one conductor lead terminating at a target organ or portion of the body intending to be assisted is described. The header assembly comprises a body of polymeric material supporting at least one unitary conductor wire. The condu ...


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George McNamara: Microwave appliance for popping popcorn. Leisure Technology, James R Cwayna, January 29, 1985: US04496816 (26 worldwide citation)

A cooking apparatus particularly for use in a microwave oven and particularly designed for the popping of popcorn which incorporates a generally conical receptacle for the unpopped kernels with a butter or margarine melting receptacle therebelow. The conical portion is provided with a plurality of p ...


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George McNamara: Folding headboard for folding bed. Sico Incorporated, Merchant Gould Smith Edell Welter & Schmidt, December 12, 1989: US04885813 (13 worldwide citation)

An automatic folding headboard for a folding wallbed functions, when the bed is in its horizontal use position, to cover the recess in the wall or cabinet into which the bed folds. The headboard automatically folds to a storage position in response to movement of the bed to its vertical storage posi ...


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David Warchocki, James Carroll, Paul J Quattrini, George McNamara: Unitary lid for an electrical energy storage device. Wilson Greatbatch Technologies, Michael F Scalise, January 17, 2006: US06986796 (4 worldwide citation)

A unitary lid for the casing of an electrochemical energy storage device is described. The lid has a terminal lead ferrule and a fillport formed from a single blank in a machining process. The lid does not require any welding except for securing it to the open end of a casing container. This helps t ...


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George Mcnamara: Folding headboard for folding bed. Sico, WANG FENGZHANG, October 11, 1989: CN89101849

An automatic folding headboard for a folding wallbed functions, when the bed is in its horizontal use position, to cover the recess in the wall or cabinet into which the bed folds. The headboard automatically folds to a storage position in response to movement of the bed to its vertical storage posi ...


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James C Biggs, David D Warchocki, David A Faltisco, George McNamara: One piece header assembly for an implantable medical device. Wilson Greatbatch Technologies, May 13, 2004: US20040093038-A1

The present invention is directed to a header assembly mounted to a medical device for connecting to at least one conductor lead terminating at a target organ or portion of the body intending to be assisted. The header assembly comprises a body of polymeric material supporting at least one unitary c ...


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David Warchocki, James Carroll, Paul J Quattrini, George McNamara: Unitary lid for an electrical energy storage device. Michael F Scalise, Wilson Greatbatch Technologies, July 15, 2004: US20040137319-A1

A unitary lid for the casing of an electrochemical is described. The lid has a terminal lead ferrule and a fillport formed from a single blank in a machining process. The lid does not require any welding except for securing it to the open end of a casing container. This helps the lid contribute to t ...