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James L Say, Henning Sakslund, Michael F Tomasco, Jay D Audett, Hyun Cho, Duane O Yamasaki, Adam Heller: Mass transport limited in vivo analyte sensor. TheraSense, Merchant & Gould P C, November 25, 2003: US06654625 (828 worldwide citation)

An in vivo electrochemical sensor including a working electrode, and an analyte-responsive sensing layer proximate the working electrode. The sensing layer is exposed at an edge of the sensor, wherein the sensor signal is limited, at least in part, by mass transport of analyte to the sensing layer. ...


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James L Say, Nathan R Long, Eric A Peper, Henning Sakslund: System and method for measuring a bioanalyte such as lactate. Pepex Biomedical, Merchant & Gould P C, September 12, 2000: US06117290 (555 worldwide citation)

The present disclosure relates to an on-line lactate sensor arrangement. The sensor arrangement includes a lactate sensor, a catheter for withdrawing a test sample, and a first fluid flow line provided fluid communication between the lactate sensor and the catheter. The sensor arrangement also inclu ...


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James L Say, Henning Sakslund, Michael F Tomasco: Sensor for measuring a bioanalyte such as lactate. Pepex Biomedical L L C, Merchant & Gould P C, October 15, 2002: US06464849 (190 worldwide citation)

The present disclosure relates to a sensor including a bundle of electrically conductive fibers. The sensor also includes a sensing material coating at least some of the fibers in the bundle, and an insulating layer that surrounds the bundle of electrically conductive fibers.


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James L Say, Henning Sakslund, Michael F Tomasco, Jay D Audett, Hyun Cho, Duane O Yamasaki, Adam Heller: Mass transport limited in vivo analyte sensor. TheraSense, Merchant & Gould P C, December 13, 2005: US06975893 (168 worldwide citation)

An in vivo electrochemical sensor including a working electrode, and an analyte-responsive sensing layer proximate the working electrode. The sensing layer is exposed at an edge of the sensor, wherein the sensor signal is limited, at least in part, by mass transport of analyte to the sensing layer. ...


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James L Say, Henning Sakslund, Michael F Tomasco, Jay D Audett, Hyun Cho, Duane O Yamasaki, Adam Heller: Mass transport limited in vivo analyte sensor. TheraSense, Merchant & Gould PC, June 10, 2004: US20040111017-A1

An in vivo electrochemical sensor including a working electrode, and an analyte-responsive sensing layer proximate the working electrode. The sensing layer is exposed at an edge of the sensor, wherein the sensor signal is limited, at least in part, by mass transport of analyte to the sensing layer. ...


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James L Say, Henning Sakslund, Michael F Tomasco: Sensor for measuring a bioanalyte such as lactate. Pepex Biomedical, Merchant & Gould PC, October 27, 2005: US20050238537-A1

The present disclosure relates to a sensor including a plurality of electrically conductive fibers. The sensor also includes a sensing material coating at least some of the fibers, and an insulating layer that surrounds the electrically conductive fibers.


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James L Say, Henning Sakslund, Michael F Tomasco: Sensor for measuring a bioanalyte such as lactate. Pepex Biomedical, Merchant & Gould PC, October 7, 2010: US20100252430-A1

The present disclosure relates to a sensor including a plurality of electrically conductive fibers. The sensor also includes a sensing material coating at least some of the fibers, and an insulating layer that surrounds the electrically conductive fibers.



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