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Peter Wilding, Larry J Kricka, Jay N Zemel: Methods and apparatus for the detection of an analyte utilizing mesoscale flow systems. Trustees of the University of Pennsylvania, Dann Dorfman Herrell and Skillman, June 10, 1997: US05637469 (669 worldwide citation)

Disclosed are devices for detecting the presence of a preselected analyte in a fluid sample. The devices comprise a substrate microfabricated to define a sample inlet port, and a mesoscale flow system that includes a sample flow channel extending from the inlet port. The mesoscale flow system furthe ...


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Peter Wilding, Larry J Kricka, Jay N Zemel: Fluid handling in mesoscale analytical devices. Trustees of the University of Pennsylvania, Testa Hurwitz & Thibeault, April 19, 1994: US05304487 (587 worldwide citation)

Devices are provided for analyzing a fluid cell containing sample. The devices comprise a solid substrate, microfabricated to define at least one sample inlet port and a mesoscale flow system. The mesoscale flow system includes a sample flow channel, extending from the inlet port, and a cell handlin ...


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Peter Wilding, Larry J Kricka, Jay N Zemel: Fluid handling methods for use in mesoscale analytical devices. Trustees of the University of Pennsylvania, Dann Dorfman Herrell and Skillman, June 3, 1997: US05635358 (398 worldwide citation)

Disclosed are devices and methods for analyzing a fluid cell containing sample. The devices are composed of a solid substrate, microfabricated to define at least one sample inlet port and a mesoscale flow system. The mesoscale flow system includes a sample flow channel, extending from the inlet port ...


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Peter Wilding, Larry J Kricka, Jay N Zemel: Apparatus for the detection of an analyte utilizing mesoscale flow systems. The Trustees Of The University Of Pennsylvania, Dann Dorfman Herrell and Skillman P C, February 2, 1999: US05866345 (277 worldwide citation)

Disclosed are devices for detecting the presence of a preselected analyte in a fluid sample. The devices comprise a substrate microfabricated to define a sample inlet port, and a mesoscale flow system that includes a sample flow channel extending from the inlet port. The mesoscale flow system furthe ...


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Peter Wilding, Larry J Kricka, Jay N Zemel: Device and method for the detection of an analyte utilizing mesoscale flow systems. The Trustees of the University of Pennsylvania, Dann Dorfman Herrell and Skillman P C, April 22, 2003: US06551841 (170 worldwide citation)

Disclosed are devices for detecting the presence of a preselected analyte in a fluid sample. The devices comprise a substrate microfabricated to define a sample inlet port, and a mesoscale flow system that includes a sample flow channel extending from the inlet port. The mesoscale flow system furthe ...


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Peter Wilding, Larry J Kricka, Jay N Zemel: Device and method for the detection of an analyte utilizing mesoscale flow systems. The Trustees of the University of Pennsylvania, Dann Dorfman Herrell & Skillman P C, February 28, 2006: US07005292 (94 worldwide citation)

Disclosed are devices for detecting the presence of a preselected analyte in a fluid sample. The devices comprise a substrate microfabricated to define a sample inlet port, and a mesoscale flow system that includes a sample flow channel extending from the inlet port. The mesoscale flow system furthe ...


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Peter Wilding, Larry J Kricka, Jay N Zemel: Device and method for the detection of an analyte utilizing mesoscale flow systems. The Trustees of the University of Pennsylvania, Dann Dorfman Herrell & Skillman P C, March 28, 2006: US07018830 (75 worldwide citation)

Disclosed are devices for detecting the presence of a preselected analyte in a fluid sample. The devices comprise a substrate microfabricated to define a sample inlet port, and a mesoscale flow system that includes a sample flow channel extending from the inlet port. The mesoscale flow system furthe ...


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Jay N Zemel, Hamid Rahnamai: Pyroelectric anemometer. Trustees of the University of Pennsylvania, Ferguson Baker Whitham Spooner & Kroboth, June 1, 1982: US04332157 (30 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a pyroelectric anemometer capable of providing an accurate indication of fluid flow rate. A pyroelectric substrate has a heater element located essentially transverse to the fluid flow direction. Sensor electrodes also transverse to the fluid flow direction are located upstream and down ...


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Jay N Zemel: Impedance tomographic tactile sensor. The Trustees of the University of Pennsylvania, Nixon and Vanderhye, December 25, 1990: US04980646 (27 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a container holding a partially conductive ionic fluid with a flexible tactile surface covering the fluid and sealing the container. Along the bottom of the container a series of parallel conductors are located with the farthest spaced apart conductors being connected to a voltage sourc ...


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Jay N Zemel, Hsin Yi Hsieh: Simultaneous measurement of gas thermal conductivity and mass flow. Gas Research Institute, Speckman Pauley & Fejer, November 7, 1995: US05463899 (20 worldwide citation)

A system and method for simultaneous measurement of thermal conductivity and the mass flow of a fluid comprising two conduits arranged in a concentric or bypass arrangement through which the fluid is flowing, a pyroelectric anemometer disposed within each of the two conduits, and a differential ampl ...