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Frederic L Clark, Gilbert Clift, Kendall B Hendrick, William J Kanewske III, Peter A Lagocki, Richard R Martin, James E Mitchell, Larry W Moore, Charles D Pennington, Edna S Walker, B Jane Smith, Apparao Tayi, James A Vaught, David A Yost: Automated continuous and random access analytical system. Abbott Laboratories, Daniel W Collins, James L Wilcox, October 25, 1994: US05358691 (182 worldwide citation)

An automated, continuous and random access analytical system, having apparatus and methodology capable of simultaneously performing multiple assays of liquid samples using different assay methodologies, and providing continuous and random access while performing a plurality of different assays on th ...


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William J Raymoure, Frederic L Clark, Gibert Clift, Kendall B Hendrick, William J Kanewske III, Peter A Lagocki, Richard R Martin, James E Mitchell, Larry E Moore, Charles D Pennington, Edna S Walker, B Jane Smith, Apparao Tayi, James A Vaught, David A Yost: Methods for providing homogeneous reagents. Abbott Laboratories, David L Weinstein, September 19, 1995: US05451528 (110 worldwide citation)

A method for modifiying a liquid assay reagent to provide prolonged homogeneity thereof, particularly where the liquid assay reagent comprises microparticles for performing a heterogeneous immunoassay, is provided wherein the addition of an inert material to a liquid assay reagent achieves neutral d ...


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David C Arnquist, Grady Barnes III, Chadwick M Dunn, Richard C East Jr, Patrick P Fritchie, Gregory E Gardner, Cass J Grandone, Robert C Gray, James T Holen, Jimmy D McCoy, James E Mitchell, Adrian John Murray, David W Murray, Jack F Ramsey, Neal T Sleszynski: Method of performing a process for determining an item of interest in a sample. Abbott Laboratories, Mark C Bach, August 18, 1998: US05795784 (109 worldwide citation)

Embodiments described herein provide methods of performing a process for determining an item of interest in a sample. In one embodiment, a container for holding the sample is accepted in a process lane where a process step is selectively automatically performed on the sample in the container. The pr ...


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Frederic L Clark, Gilbert Clift, Kendall B Hendrick, William J Kanewske III, Peter A Lagocki, Richard R Martin, James E Mitchell, Larry W Moore, Charles D Pennington, Edna S Walker, B Jane Smith, Apparao Tayi, James A Vaught, David A Yost: Automated continuous and random access analytical system. Abbott Laboratories, David L Weinstein, January 9, 1996: US05482861 (98 worldwide citation)

An automated, continuous and random access analytical system, having apparatus and methodology capable of simultaneously performing multiple assays of liquid samples using different assay methodologies, and providing continuous and random access while performing a plurality of different assays on th ...


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David C Arnquist, Grady Barnes III, Richard D Button, Chadwick M Dunn, Richard C East Jr, Patrick P Fritchie, Charles M Galitz, Gregory E Gardner, Cass J Grandone, Robert C Gray, James T Holen, Robert P Luoma II, Jimmy D McCoy, James E Mitchell, Adrian John Murray, David W Murray, Jack F Ramsey, Neal T Sleszynski, Julius J Toth: Method for determination of item of interest in a sample. Abbott Laboratories, Mark C Bach, January 5, 1999: US05856194 (54 worldwide citation)

The embodiments disclosed relate to determination of an item of interest in a sample. In one method, a process path comprising a process lane including a process step performance lane where a process step is performed, and a process step avoidance lane where the process step is avoided is provided. ...


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William J Kanewske III, James A Vaught, Richard L Vickstrom, Frederic L Clark, Gilbert Clift, Kendall B Hendrick, Peter A Lagocki, Richard R Martin, James E Mitchell, Larry E Moore, Charles D Pennington, Edna S Walker, B Jane Smith, Apparao Tayi, David A Yost: Injection molding a plastic assay cuvette having low birefringence. Abbott Laboratories, Daniel W Collins, December 27, 1994: US05376313 (32 worldwide citation)

A plastic assay cuvette having the desired optical properties for the analysis of a test sample or reaction mixture thereof, and a method for making such plastic assay cuvette, are described. The optical properties of the plastic assay cuvette are substantially the same as the optical properties of ...


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James E Mitchell: Automatic reconfiguration of electronic landing display. The Boeing Company, Christensen O Connor Johnson & Kindness, March 12, 1991: US04999780 (21 worldwide citation)

Automatically reconfiguring an electronic landing display that includes a flight path vector (FPV) symbol and a rising runway symbol combined with a digital altitude value that merge at low aircraft altitudes is disclosed. During approach, when the aircraft descends below a predetermined minimum alt ...