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John E Kling, Larry R Camin, Douglas W Scott: Peelable catheter introduction device. Baxter Travenol Laboratories, Richards Harris & Medlock, November 1, 1983: US04412832 (240 worldwide citation)

An assembly (10) for the implantation of a peelable introductor catheter (24) through which a primary device (30) may be inserted having a slidable sleeve (18), which prevents premature disruption of the peelable catheter tube (12) and which also remains in position on the primary device after the i ...


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Kelly G Ammann, Ralph E Burns, Ernest V Hansberry, Glenn A Horner, Cheryl A Jakub, John E Kling, Donald J Nieglos, Robert E Schneider, Robert J Smith: Automated process for isolating and amplifying a target nucleic acid sequence. Gen Probe Incorporated, Charles B Cappellari, Rothwell Figg Ernst & Manbeck, January 1, 2002: US06335166 (144 worldwide citation)

An automated analyzer for performing multiple diagnostic assays simultaneously includes multiple stations, or modules, in which discrete aspects of the assay are performed on fluid samples contained in reaction receptacles. The analyzer includes stations for automatically preparing a specimen sample ...


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Kelly G Ammann, Ralph E Burns, Ernest V Hansberry, Glenn A Horner, Cheryl A Jakub, John E Kling, Donald J Nieglos, Robert E Schneider, Robert J Smith: Method and apparatus for performing a magnetic separation purification procedure on a sample solution. Gen Probe Incorporated, Charles B Cappellari Esq, Rothwell Figg Ernst & Manbeck P C, August 12, 2003: US06605213 (135 worldwide citation)

An automated analyzer for performing multiple diagnostic assays simultaneously includes multiple stations, or modules, in which discrete aspects of the assay are performed on fluid samples contained in reaction receptacles. The analyzer includes stations for automatically preparing a specimen sample ...


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John E Kling: Needle free I.V. adapter. IVAC, Dykema Gossett, April 13, 1993: US05201725 (133 worldwide citation)

A medical connector assembly comprises a connector body having a fluid passage there through, a valve member, and means, responsive to a compressive force placed on the medical connector, for permitting a fluid to freely communicate between openings in the connector body. The valve member can be con ...


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Kelly G Ammann, Ralph E Burns, Ernest V Hansberry, Glenn A Horner, Cheryl A Jakub, John E Kling, Donald J Nieglos, Robert E Schneider, Robert J Smith: Automated process for isolating and amplifying a target nucleic acid sequence. Gen Probe Incorporated, Charles B Cappellari, Richard Wydeven, May 10, 2005: US06890742 (104 worldwide citation)

An automated analyzer for performing multiple diagnostic assays simultaneously includes multiple stations, or modules, in which discrete aspects of the assay are performed on fluid samples contained in reaction receptacles. The analyzer includes stations for automatically preparing a specimen sample ...


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Donald L Millerd, Robert S Alpert, John E Kling: Fluid infusion system. Ivac Corporation, Fulwider Patton Rieber Lee & Utecht, April 8, 1986: US04581014 (52 worldwide citation)

A fluid infusion system includes a selector valve for convenient interruption of administration of a primary infusion fluid to a patient to permit administration of a secondary infusion fluid, such as a selected drug solution, followed by resumption of primary fluid flow. The selector valve includes ...


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John E Kling: Attachable connector for catheter. Baxter Travenol Laboratories, Richards Harris & Medlock, April 6, 1982: US04323065 (47 worldwide citation)

A connector (10) for attachment to a catheter (14) includes a fitting (16) with a plurality of resilient fingers (22) extending from one end thereof in surrounding relationship with an axial bore (18). A tapered bore (20) is provided at the opposite end of the fitting (16) for receiving the tip of a ...


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Kelly G Ammann, Ralph E Burns, Ernest V Hansberry, Glenn A Horner, Cheryl A Jakub, John E Kling, Donald J Nieglos, Robert E Schneider, Robert J Smith: Automated system for isolating and amplifying a target nucleic acid sequence. Gen Probe Incorporated, Charles R Cappellari, Richard Wydeven, April 25, 2006: US07033820 (42 worldwide citation)

An automated analyzer for performing multiple diagnostic assays simultaneously includes multiple stations, or modules, in which discrete aspects of the assay are performed on fluid samples contained in reaction receptacles. The analyzer includes stations for automatically preparing a specimen sample ...


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Kelly G Ammann, Ralph E Burns, Ernest V Hansberry, Glenn A Horner, Cheryl A Jakub, John E Kling, Donald J Nieglos, Robert E Schneider, Robert J Smith: Automated process for detecting the presence of a target nucleic acid in a sample. Gen Probe Incorporated, Charles B Cappellari, Richard Wydeven, July 14, 2009: US07560255 (37 worldwide citation)

An automated process for detecting the presence of a target nucleic acid in a sample. The process includes contacting a sample with a magnetically-responsive solid support and immobilizing a target nucleic acid present in the sample on the solid support. At a first station of an analyzer, the solid ...