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Goran Jovanovic, Sundar V Atre, Brian Kevin Paul, John Simonsen, Vincent Thomas Remcho, Chih Hung Chang: Microfluidic devices, particularly filtration devices comprising polymeric membranes, and method for their manufacture and use. State of Oregon acting by and through the State Board of Higher Education on behalf of Oregon State University, Klarquist Sparkman, June 7, 2011: US07955504 (27 worldwide citation)

The present disclosure describes devices useful for microscale fluid purification, separation, and synthesis devices. Generally, such devices comprise a fluid membrane that separates two or more fluids flowing through plural microchannels operatively associated with the membrane. Often, the membrane ...


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Goran Jovanovic, Sundar V Atre, Brian Kevin Paul, John Simonsen, Vincent Thomas Remcho, Chih Hung Chang: Microfluidic devices, particularly filtration devices comprising polymeric membranes, and method for their manufacture and use. State of Oregon acting by and through the State Board of Higher Education on behalf of Oregon State University, Klarquist Sparkman, March 20, 2012: US08137554 (23 worldwide citation)

The present disclosure describes devices useful for microscale fluid purification, separation, and synthesis devices. Generally, such devices comprise a fluid membrane that separates two or more fluids flowing through plural microchannels operatively associated with the membrane. The fluids can both ...


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Frank W R Chaplen, William H Gerwick, Goran Jovanovic, Wojtek Kolodziej, Jim Liburdy, Phil McFadden, Brian Kevin Paul, Thomas K Plant, Janine E Trempy, Corwin Willard: Methods for detecting bioactive compounds. State of Oregon acting by and through the State Board of Higher Education on behalf of Oregon State University, Klarquist Sparkman, July 5, 2005: US06913877 (23 worldwide citation)

Methods of detecting bioactive compounds include exposing compounds to one or more classes of chromatophores and measuring or sensing associated changes in one or more of the chromatophores. Representative methods permit identification and quantification of neurotransmitters, toxins, hormones, and c ...


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Brian Kevin Paul, Goran Jovanovic: Microfluidic welded devices or components thereof and method for their manufacture. Oregon State University, Klarquist Sparkman, June 7, 2007: US20070125489-A1

One embodiment of the disclosed welding process comprises providing plural heterogeneous materials, such as plural polymeric laminae, that form at least a part of a microfluidic device. Electromagnetic energy, such as laser or microwave energy, is applied to the materials for a period of time suffic ...


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Frank WR Chaplen, William H Gerwick, Goran Jovanovic, Wojtek J Kolodziej, Jim Liburdy, Phil McFadden, Brian Kevin Paul, Thomas K Plant, Janine E Trempy, Nicolas Roussel, Corwin Willard, Rosalyn H Upson, Andrzej Pacut: Method and system for classifying a scenario. The State of OR acting by & through the State Board of Higher Educ on behalf of OR State Univ, Klarquist Sparkman, April 7, 2005: US20050074834-A1

Living cells can be used to identify or quantify bioactive conditions, including without limitation, chemicals, biological pathogens, and environmental conditions, such as pH, in samples based on changes in, for example, cell color, morphology and/or physiology. Such changes can be directly detected ...


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Goran Jovanovic, Sundar V Atre, Brian Kevin Paul, John Simonsen, Vincent Thomas Remcho, Chih Hung Chang: Microfluidic devices, particularly filtration devices comprising polymeric membranes, and method for their manufacture and use. State University, State of Oregon acting by and through the State Board of Higher Education on behalf of Oregon, October 20, 2011: US20110253629-A1

The present disclosure describes devices useful for microscale fluid purification, separation, and synthesis devices. Generally, such devices comprise a fluid membrane that separates two or more fluids flowing through plural microchannels operatively associated with the membrane. The fluids can both ...


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M Kevin Drost, Goran Jovanovic, Richard Todd Miller, James R Curtis, Bruce W Johnson, Alana Warner Tuhy, Eric K Anderson, Julie S Wrazel: Microfluidic devices. State of Oregon Acting By and Through the State Board of Higher Education on Behalf of Oregon, State University and Home Dialysis Plus, Klarquist Sparkman, December 30, 2010: US20100326914-A1

The present disclosure concerns embodiments of a microfluidic transfer device. The device mitigates risk of cross contamination between working fluids and is amenable to high-volume, low-cost manufacturing techniques. The device may be configured for mass transfer, heat transfer, or both. For instan ...


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Julie Wrazel, James R Curtis, Ladislaus Nonn, Richard B Peterson, Hailei Wang, Robbie Ingram Goble, Luke W Fisher, Anna E Garrison, M Kevin Drost, Goran Jovanovic, Richard Todd Miller, Bruce W Johnson, Alana Warner Tuhy, Eric K Anderson: Dialysis system. State of Oregon Acting By and Through the State Board of Higher Education on Behalf of Oregon, Home Dialysis Plus, Klarquist Sparkman, December 30, 2010: US20100326916-A1

A dialysis system includes a filtration system capable of filtering a water stream, a water purification system capable of purifying said water stream in a non-batch process, a mixing system capable of producing a stream of dialysate from mixing one or more dialysate components with the water stream ...


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Goran Jovanovic, Sundar V Atre, Brian Kevin Paul, John Simonsen, Vincent Thomas Remcho, Chih Hung Chang: Microfluidic devices, particularly filtration devices comprising polymeric membranes, and methods for their manufacture and use. State University, State of Oregon acting by and through the State Board of Higher Education on behalf of Oregon, March 29, 2012: US20120074062-A1

The present disclosure describes devices useful for microscale fluid purification, separation, and synthesis. Such devices generally comprise a fluid membrane that separates two or more fluids flowing through plural microchannels operatively associated with the membrane. Often, the membrane is a sem ...



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