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Jon W Erickson: Interactive system for measuring physiological exertion. James Leary, June 11, 1996: US05524637 (671 worldwide citation)

A system is provided for monitoring the physiological exertion of a user. One or more sensors are attached to the limbs of the user to measure the user's motion. The sensors can measure either the acceleration or the force on the limbs. The measured signal is transmitted to a monitor by a wireless t ...


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Jon W Erickson: Chemical analysis and imaging by discrete fourier transform spectroscopy. James J Leary, August 8, 1995: US05440388 (49 worldwide citation)

An instrument for chemical spectroscopy with imaging capabilities. A lightsource produces an array of light beams, each of which is made up of a plurality of discrete wavelengths. The array of light beams are modulated by an interferometer, then directed through a sample to an array of detectors. Th ...


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Jon W Erickson: Acoustic and ultrasound sensor with optical amplification. James J Leary, August 16, 1994: US05339289 (26 worldwide citation)

An optical lever acoustic and ultrasound sensor with increased sensitivity using an optical amplification means to amplify the motion of an incident acoustic wave and convert it to an electric signal for image processing. Three approaches to the optical amplification are disclosed. In the first appr ...


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Jon W Erickson: Optical lever for acoustic and ultrasound sensor. James J Leary, September 28, 1993: US05249163 (22 worldwide citation)

An acoustic sensor, suitable for use as an ultrasonic transducer, microphone or hydrophone, uses an optical lever to amplify the motion of the sensor surface and convert it to an electrical signal suitable for image processing. In the acoustic sensor, a beam of light from a laser is directed at an o ...


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Richard A Cerione, Jon W Erickson, Kristin Wilson Cerione, Jianbin Wang: Inhibitions of glutaminase c. Cornell University, August 30, 2012: US20120220610-A1

The present invention relates to a method of reducing the production of glutamate from glutamine by glutaminase C in a cell or tissue. The method involves inhibiting glutaminase C activity in the cell or tissue under conditions effective to reduce production of glutamate from glutamine. Compounds fo ...



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