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Lloyd M Smith, Leroy E Hood, Michael W Hunkapiller, Tim J Hunkapiller: Automated DNA sequencing technique. California Institute of Technology, Joseph E Mueth, December 15, 1992: US05171534 (231 worldwide citation)

A system for the electrophoretic analysis of DNA fragments produced in DNA sequencing operations comprising: a source of chromophore or fluorescent tagged DNA fragments; a zone for contacting an electrophoresis gel; means for introducing said tagged DNA fragments to said zone; and photometric means ...


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Lloyd M Smith, Leroy E Hood, Michael W Hunkapiller, Tim J Hunkapiller, Charles R Connell: Automated DNA sequencing technique. California Institute of Technology, Morrison & Foerster, October 13, 1998: US05821058 (116 worldwide citation)

A process for the electrophoretic analysis of DNA fragments produced in DNA sequencing operations wherein chromophores or fluorophores are used to tag the DNA fragments produced by the sequencing chemistry and permit the detection and characterization of the fragments as they are resolved by electro ...


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Leroy E Hood, Irving L Weissman, Michael S McGrath: Diagnostic reagents based on unique sequences within the variable region of the T cell receptor and uses thereof. California Institute of Technology, John P White, December 12, 1989: US04886743 (56 worldwide citation)

This invention provides a reagent capable of binding to T cells and having specificity for a unique sequence within the variable region of the .beta. chain of the T cell receptor, the presence of increased number of T cells carrying the unique sequence relative to the number of T cells carrying the ...


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Leroy E Hood, Michael W Hunkapiller, William J Dreyer, Rodney M Hewick, Anton W Stark: Apparatus for the sequential performance of chemical processes. California Institute of Technology, Joseph E Mueth, November 3, 1987: US04704256 (49 worldwide citation)

An improved apparatus and method for the sequential performance of chemical processes on a sample of chemical material wherein the sample is embedded in a solid matrix of fluid permeable material located within a reaction chamber and is sequentially subjected to a plurality of fluids passed through ...


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Leroy E Hood, Michael W Hunkapiller, William J Dreyer, Rodney M Hewick, Anton W Stark: Method for the sequential performance of chemical processes. California Institute of Technology, Joseph E Mueth, July 29, 1986: US04603114 (29 worldwide citation)

An improved method for the sequential performance of chemical processes on a sample of chemical material wherein the sample is embedded in a solid matrix of fluid permeable material located within a reaction chamber and is sequentially subjected to a plurality of fluids passed through the chamber in ...


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Leroy E Hood, Michael W Hunkapiller: Apparatus for the performance of chemical processes. California Institute of Technology, Joseph E Mueth, February 24, 1981: US04252769 (28 worldwide citation)

An improved apparatus for the performance of chemical processes having a reaction chamber with an open end, a reaction cell mounted within the chamber and having a substantially cylindrical interior wall in which is formed an annular groove, and means for spinning the cell about its axis to distribu ...


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Leroy E Hood, Muriel Y Ishikawa, Edward K Y Jung, Robert Langer, Clarence T Tegreene, Lowell L Wood Jr, Victoria Y H Wood: Method and system for control of osmotic pump device. Searete, Suiter Swantz pc llo, April 20, 2010: US07699834 (27 worldwide citation)

Embodiments of a system including a remotely controlled osmotic pump device and associated controller are described. Methods of use and control of the device are also disclosed. According to some embodiments, an osmotic pump device is placed in an environment in order to pump a material into the env ...


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Leroy E Hood, Muriel Y Ishikawa, Edward K Y Jung, Robert Langer, Clarence T Tegreene, Lowell L Wood Jr, Victoria Y H Wood: Remotely controlled substance delivery device. The Invention Science Fund I, May 17, 2011: US07942867 (23 worldwide citation)

Embodiments of a system including a remotely controlled substance delivery device and associated controller are described. Methods of use and control of the device are also disclosed. According to some embodiments, a delivery device or related device may be placed in an environment in order to pump ...


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Leroy E Hood, Michael W Hunkapiller, William J Dreyer, Rodney M Hewick, Anton W Stark: Conversion flask for sequential performance apparatus. California Institute of Technology, Joseph E Mueth, September 9, 1986: US04610847 (13 worldwide citation)

Conversion flask for use is an apparatus for the sequential performance of chemical processes on a sample of chemical material. The flask includes at least three capillary tubes and a large bore tube extending into the interior thereof for the introduction and withdrawal of various fluids. The capil ...


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Leroy E Hood, Muriel Y Ishikawa, Edward K Y Jung, Robert Langer, Clarence T Tegreene, Lowell L Wood Jr, Victoria Y H Wood: Osmotic pump with remotely controlled osmotic pressure generation. The Invention Science Fund I, February 7, 2012: US08109923 (12 worldwide citation)

Embodiments of a system including a remotely controlled osmotic pump device and associated controller are described. Methods of use and control of the device are also disclosed. According to some embodiments, an osmotic pump device is placed in an environment in order to pump a material into the env ...