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Hamilton Richard G, Liu David M: Drug dispensing event detector.. Aprex, May 30, 1990: EP0370599-A2 (100 worldwide citation)

A device for detecting the dispensing of drugs from a container (10) in a way which eliminates false detection events due to mishandling of the container (10) is disclosed. The device includes a container (10) which may be opened and closed. It also contains a means (21) for detecting the opening an ...


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Yue Min, Liu David M, Chiang Yuh Min, Yang Joon Mo, Lehto Dennis, Vann Charles S, Beard Nigel P, Harding Ian A, Van, Camp John, Dromaretsky Alexander, Ermakov Sergey V, Oldham Mark F, Roy Joy, Shariati Maryam, Ulmanella Umberto: Systems and methods for multiple analyte detection. Applera Corporation, Yue Min, Liu David M, Chiang Yuh Min, Yang Joon Mo, Lehto Dennis, Vann Charles S, Beard Nigel P, Harding Ian A, Van, Camp John, Dromaretsky Alexander, Ermakov Sergey V, Oldham Mark F, Roy Joy, Shariati Maryam, Ulmanella Umberto, MAKROGIANNIS Phil N, November 2, 2006: WO/2006/116616 (18 worldwide citation)

Systems and methods for multiple analyte detection include a system for distribution of a biological sample that includes a substrate, wherein the substrate includes a plurality of sample chambers, a sample introduction channel for each sample chamber, and a venting channel for each sample chamber. ...


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Ulmanella Umberto, Nordman Eric S, Song Maengseok, Yang Joon Mo, Lee Julie C, Beard Nigel P, Yue Min, Schembri Carol, Liu David M: Devices and methods for controlling bubble formation in microfluidic devices. Applera Corporation, Ulmanella Umberto, Nordman Eric S, Song Maengseok, Yang Joon Mo, Lee Julie C, Beard Nigel P, Yue Min, Schembri Carol, Liu David M, MAKROGIANNIS Phil N, December 13, 2007: WO/2007/143536 (1 worldwide citation)

A microfluidic device may include a sample distribution network including a plurality of sample chambers configured to be loaded with biological sample for biological testing of the biological sample while in the sample chambers. The sample distribution network may further include a plurality of inl ...


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Hamilton Richard G, Liu David M: Dispositif de detection pour la distribution de medicaments, Drug dispensing event detector. Aprex Corporation, ADE & COMPANY, July 5, 1994: CA1330592

-15- ABSTRACT OF THE DISCLOSURE A device for detecting the dispensing of drugs froma container in a way which eliminates false detectionevents due to mishandling of the container is disclosed.The device includes a container which may be opened andclosed. It also contains a means for detecting theope ...


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Ulmanella Umberto, Nordman Eric S, Song Maengseok, Yang Joon Mo, Lee Julie C, Beard Nigel P, Yue Min, Schembri Carol, Liu David M: Devices and methods for controlling bubble formation in microfluidic devices. Applera, March 25, 2009: EP2038570-A2

A microfluidic device may include a sample distribution network including a plurality of sample chambers configured to be loaded with biological sample for biological testing of the biological sample while in the sample chambers, the biological sample having a meniscus that moves within the sample c ...


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Chen Qiang, Kersten Brian S, Liu David M, Wu Christina: Kit and method for quality control testing of an iontophoretic sampling system. Cygnus Therapeutic Systems, July 25, 2001: EP1117461-A1

An automated system for continual transdermal extraction of analytes present in a biological system is described. The system optionally uses reverse iontophoresis to carry out the continual transdermal extraction of the analytes. The present invention described quality control test kits, and methods ...


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Butler Michael J, Conn Thomas E, Liu David M, Parris Norman A, Reidy Michael, Soni Pravin: Press device for a gel/sensor assembly. Cygnus Therapeutic Systems, May 30, 2001: EP1102561-A1

Devices and methods are described for improving the contact of a conductive material, for example, a hydrogel, with a sensor, for example an electrode, by means of using mechanical force to apply the conductive material to the sensor before use of the conductive material and sensor in a sampling dev ...


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Yue Min, Liu David M, Chiang Yuh Min, Yang Joon Mo, Lehto Dennis, Vann Charles S, Beard Nigel P, Harding Ian A, Van Camp John, Dromaretsky Alexander, Ermakov Sergey V, Oldham Mark F, Roy Joy, Shariati Maryam, Ulmanella Umberto: Systems and methods for multiple analyte detection. Applera, February 13, 2008: EP1885839-A2

Systems and methods for multiple analyte detection include a system for distribution of a biological sample that includes a substrate, wherein the substrate includes a plurality of sample chambers, a sample introduction channel for each sample chamber, and a venting channel for each sample chamber. ...


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Butler Michael J, Conn Thomas E, Liu David M, Parris Norman A, Reidy Michael, Soni Pravin: Press device for a gel/sensor assembly. Cygnus, MCCLUNG Barbara G, March 23, 2000: WO/2000/015108

Devices and methods are described for improving the contact of a conductive material, for example, a hydrogel, with a sensor, for example an electrode, by means of using mechanical force to apply the conductive material to the sensor before use of the conductive material and sensor in a sampling dev ...