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Kim K Burson, Michelle Van Wyhe, Jeffrey Pudlo, Michael Reidy, Pravin Soni, Christopher Uhegbu, Prema Vijayakumar: Glucose measuring assembly with a hydrogel. Cygnus, Barbara G McClung, Gary R Fabian, June 7, 2005: US06902905 (251 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to methods for reducing the presence of a compound in an ionically conductive material, e.g., for use in iontophoretic devices, wherein the presence of the compound interferes with detecting a selected analyte. Removal of the compound can typically take place either during or ...


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Kim K Burson, Michelle Van Wyhe, Jeffrey Pudlo, Michael Reidy, Pravin Soni, Christopher Uhegbu, Prema Vijayakumar: Methods of manufacturing glucose measuring assemblies with hydrogels. Animas Technologies, RatnerPrestia, February 27, 2007: US07183068 (237 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to methods for reducing the presence of a compound in an ionically conductive material, e.g., for use in iontophoretic devices, wherein the presence of the compound interferes with detecting a selected analyte. Removal of the compound can typically take place either during or ...


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Kim K Burson, Michelle Van Wyhe, Jeffrey Pudlo, Michael Reidy, Pravin Soni, Christopher Uhegbu, Prema Vijayakumar: Methods and devices for removing interfering species. Cygnus, Barbara G McClung, Gary R Fabian, September 2, 2003: US06615078 (193 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to methods for reducing the presence of a compound in an ionically conductive material, e.g., for use in iontophoretic devices, wherein the presence of the compound interferes with detecting a selected analyte. Removal of the compound can typically take place either during or ...


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Kim K Burson, Michelle Van Wyhe, Jeffrey Pudlo, Michael Reidy, Pravin Soni, Christopher Uhegbu, Prema Vijayakumar: Methods and devices for removing interfering species. Cygnus, Barbara G McClung, Cygnus, October 23, 2003: US20030199745-A1

This invention relates to methods for reducing the presence of a compound in an ionically conductive material, e.g., for use in iontophoretic devices, wherein the presence of the compound interferes with detecting a selected analyte. Removal of the compound can typically take place either during or ...


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Kim K Burson, Michelle Van Wyhe, Jeffrey Pudlo, Michael Reidy, Pravin Soni, Christopher Uhegbu, Prema Vuayakumar: Methods of manufacturing glucose measuring assemblies with hydrogels. Cygnus, Barbara G McClung, Cygnus, August 4, 2005: US20050170448-A1

This invention relates to methods for reducing the presence of a compound in an ionically conductive material, e.g., for use in iontophoretic devices, wherein the presence of the compound interferes with detecting a selected analyte. Removal of the compound can typically take place either during or ...