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Joel R Mitchen: Blood collection and testing method. Safety Diagnostics, Quarles & Brady, May 14, 1991: US05014718 (298 worldwide citation)

A relatively painless method of safely collecting and testing blood comprises piercing a patient's skin, bathing the pierced area with a vehicle liquid and collecting a sample of the vehicle liquid and any blood on a test disk in the apparatus. A novel disposable apparatus for practicing the method ...


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Joel R Mitchen, Sidney T Smith, Carl W Jones: Blood collection and testing means. Safety Diagnostice, Quarles & Brady, December 10, 1991: US05070886 (225 worldwide citation)

A relatively painless method of safely collecting and testing blood which comprises piercing a patient's skin and collecting any blood and other fluids on a test disk moistened with a vehicle liquid. Several embodiments of a novel disposable apparatus having a reservoir of vehicle liquid for use in ...


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Jack L Aronowtiz, Joel R Mitchen: Noninvasive transdermal systems for detecting an analyte obtained from or underneath skin and methods. Saliwanchik Lloyd & Saliwanchik, January 7, 2003: US06503198 (32 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to noninvasive transdermal systems and methods for analyte extraction from a biological fluid within or beneath the skin, such as interstitial fluid, and detection of the analyte. More particularly, the present invention relates to noninvasive transdermal patches compri ...


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Joel R Mitchen: Non-invasive collection means and method. Quarles & Brady, July 4, 1989: US04844098 (30 worldwide citation)

A non-invasive method for collecting tissue fluids from a human or an animal which comprises pretreating the external surface of an area of the skin of the human or the animal with a solution to clean off dead cells, forming a liquid coating over the skin, forming a superficial contusion on that are ...


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Jack L Aronowitz, Joel R Mitchen, John Weiss, Irwin Weitman: Noninvasive transdermal systems for detecting an analyte in a biological fluid and methods. Jack L Aronowitz, Saliwanchik Lloyd & Saliwanchik, August 18, 2009: US07577469 (11 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to noninvasive transdermal systems comprised of a noninvasive transdermal patch and a reflectometer. The noninvasive transdermal patches are comprised of a wet chemistry component and a dry chemistry component. The wet chemistry component is a liquid transfer medium in ...


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Emerson W Chan, Joel R Mitchen: Production of hepatitis A virus in vitro utilizing a persistently virus infected cell culture system. Abbott Laboratories, Martin L Katz, January 26, 1988: US04721675 (7 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a method for producing human hepatitis A virus in vitro employing tissue culture techniques. In particular, the present invention relates to an in vitro tissue culture procedure utilizing a persistently infected cell line that produces high titers of hepatitis A viru ...


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Jack L Aronowitz, Joel R Mitchen, John Weiss, Irwin Weitman: Noninvasive Transdermal Systems for Detecting an Analyte in a Biological Fluid and Methods. Saliwanchik Lloyd & Saliwanchik, A Professional Association, February 25, 2010: US20100049016-A1

The present invention relates to noninvasive transdermal systems comprised of a noninvasive transdermal patch and a reflectometer. The noninvasive transdermal patches are comprised of a wet chemistry component and a dry chemistry component. The wet chemistry component is a liquid transfer medium in ...