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William E Brown III, Sarah E Safford, John M Clemens: Solid-phase analytical device and method for using same. Abbott Laboratories, Thomas D Brainard, April 10, 1990: US04916056 (149 worldwide citation)

A novel material and device useful in solid-phase binding assays to determine the presence or amount of an analyte in a test sample, particularly antigens, antibodies, or other ligands or DNA segments. The material and device comprises a reaction site having procedural controls and an analyte bindin ...


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William E Brown III, Sarah E Safford, John M Clemens: Solid-phase analytical device and method for using same. Abbott Laboratories, Thomas D Brainard, Lawrence S Pope, November 3, 1992: US05160701 (108 worldwide citation)

A novel material and device useful in solid-phase binding assays to determine the presence or amount of an analyte in a test sample, particularly antigens, antibodies, or other ligands or DNA segments. The material and device comprises a reaction site having procedural controls and an analyte bindin ...


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William E Brown, John M Clemens, Sharon M Devereaux, John G Hofler, Kevin M Knigge, Sarah E Safford: Solid phase analytical device and method for using same. Abbott Laboratories, Lawrence S Pope, Thomas D Brainard, September 22, 1992: US05149622 (82 worldwide citation)

A novel material and device useful in solid-phase binding assays to determine the presence or amount of an analyte in a test sample, particularly antigens or antibodies, is disclosed. The material comprises a porous matrix of fibers and a plurality of substantially spherical, solid particles having ...


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William E Brown III, Sarah E Safford, John M Clemens: Solid-phase analytical device and method for using same. Abbott Laboratories, Thomas D Brainard, Lawrence S Pope, April 16, 1991: US05008080 (68 worldwide citation)

A novel material and device useful in solid-phase binding assays to determine the presence or amount of an analyte in a test sample, particularly antigens, antibodies, or other ligands or DNA segments. The material and device comprises a reaction site having procedural controls and an analyte bindin ...


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Frederick L Clark, Larry W Moore, Donny Ray Walker, John M Clemens, William J Kanewske III, B Jane Smith: Sample container segment assembly. Abbott Laboratories, David L Weinstein, February 20, 2001: US06190617 (64 worldwide citation)

A sample container segment assembly for use in an automated, continuous, and random access analytical system is disclosed. The assembly includes a sample container which is received by a sample container segment, and the sample container segment is received on a carousel of the automated analytical ...


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Frederic L Clark, Richard R Martin, Larry W Moore, John M Clemens, William D Rumbaugh, B Jane Smith: Liquid heater assembly with a pair temperature controlled electric heating elements and a coiled tube therebetween. Abbott Laboratories, David L Weinstein, September 28, 1999: US05960160 (40 worldwide citation)

A liquid heater assembly including a heater body having therein a coiled tube for passing liquids, a pair of heating elements, a thermistor, a thermostat, and a backup thermostat. Liquid enters the coiled liquid tube at an inlet end and exits the coiled liquid tube at an outlet end. The coiled liqui ...


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Mark C Bach, Daniel Bay, Michael K Carter, John M Clemens, Daniel G Dahlke, Charles M Galitz, Robert C Gray, Folim Halaka, Steve Herchenbach, Ronald E Kukla, Curtis J Pepe, Mark Pierce, Scott G Safar, Julius Toth, Gary Zuck: Structure and method for performing a determination of an item of interest in a sample. Abbott Laboratories, Paul D Asger, David J Schodin, July 2, 2002: US06413780 (39 worldwide citation)

A method of performing a determination of an item of interest in a sample using a single structure is disclosed. A sample is provided accessible to the single structure. A first container for processing the sample is placed in a first process path on the single structure. The sample is transferred t ...


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