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Richard M Thayer, Alan J Polito, Robert K Dinello, George H Sierra, Henry J Wieck: Bidirectional lateral flow test strip and method. Cooley Godward, August 21, 2003: US20030157729-A1

A test strip adapted to receive a sample and detect an analyte therein is provided. The test strip comprises a sample addition zone to which a sample may be added; an absorbent zone proximal to the sample addition zone; one or more test zones distal to the sample addition zone, at least one of the t ...


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Stephen N Cozzette, Graham Davis, Imants R Lauks, Randall M Mier, Sylvia Piznik, Nicolaas Smit, Paul Van Der Werf, Henry J Wieck: System and method of microdispensing and arrays of biolayers provided by same. i STAT Corporation, Katten Muchin Zavis, July 11, 2002: US20020090738-A1

An efficient method for the microfabrication of electronic devices which have been adapted for the analyses of biologically significant analyte species is described. The techniques of the present invention allow for close control over the dimensional features of the various components and layers est ...


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Albert R Nazareth, Francis T Delahanty, Gregory M Bandru, Henry J Wieck, Stephen R Synakowski: Electronic analyte assaying device. Stephen B Shear Esq, Church & Dwight Co, January 12, 2006: US20060008896-A1

The invention is an electronically processed single-step test device for detecting the presence of a preselected analyte in a fluid. The device includes a hollow rectangular outer casing, disposed within co-joined upper and lower sections of the casing are assay material, an electronic processing sy ...


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Albert R Nazareth, Francis T Delahanty, Gregory M Bandru, Henry J Wieck, Stephen R Synakowski: Electronic analyte assaying device. Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough, September 23, 2010: US20100239460-A1

The invention is an electronically processed single-step test device for detecting the presence of a preselected analyte in a fluid. The device includes a hollow rectangular outer casing, disposed within co-joined upper and lower sections of the casing are assay material, an electronic processing sy ...


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Albert R Nazareth, Francis T Delahanty, Gregory M Bandru, Henry J Wieck, Stephen R Synakowski: Electronic analyte assaying device. Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough, September 23, 2010: US20100240149-A1

The invention is an electronically processed single-step test device for detecting the presence of a preselected analyte in a fluid. The device includes a hollow rectangular outer casing, disposed within co-joined upper and lower sections of the casing are assay material, an electronic processing sy ...


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