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Peter C Simpson, James H Brauker, Paul V Goode, Apurv Ullas Kamath, James R Petisce, Kum Ming Woo, Melissa A Nicholas, Robert J Boock, Monica A Rixman, John Burd, Rathburn K Rhodes, Mark A Tapsak: Dual electrode system for a continuous analyte sensor. DexCom, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, March 1, 2011: US07896809 (86 worldwide citation)

Disclosed herein are systems and methods for a continuous analyte sensor, such as a continuous glucose sensor. One such system utilizes first and second working electrodes to measure analyte or non-analyte related signal, both of which electrode include an interference domain.


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Peter C Simpson, James H Brauker, Paul V Goode, Apurv U Kamath, James R Petisce, Kum Ming Woo, Melissa A Nicholas, Robert J Boock, Monica A Rixman, John Burd, Rathbun K Rhodes, Mark A Tapsak: Dual electrode system for a continuous analyte sensor. DexCom, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, July 20, 2010: US07761130 (73 worldwide citation)

Disclosed herein are systems and methods for a continuous analyte sensor, such as a continuous glucose sensor. One such system utilizes first and second working electrodes to measure analyte or non-analyte related signal, both of which electrode include an interference domain.


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Peter C Simpson, Robert Boock, James R Petisce, Mark Brister, Monica A Rixman, Kum Ming Woo, Lisa Nguyen, Seth R Brunner, Arthur Chee, Melissa A Nicholas, Matthew Wightlin, Jack Pryor, Dubravka Markovic: Analyte sensors having a signal-to-noise ratio substantially unaffected by non-constant noise. DexCom, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, January 29, 2013: US08364229 (10 worldwide citation)

Systems and methods of use involving sensors having a signal-to-noise ratio that is substantially unaffected by non-constant noise are provided for continuous analyte measurement in a host. In some embodiments, a continuous analyte measurement system is configured to be wholly, transcutaneously, int ...


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Peter C Simpson, James H Brauker, Paul V Goode, Apurv U Kamath, James R Petisce, Kum Ming Woo, Melissa A Nicholas, Robert J Boock, Monica A Rixman, John Burd, Rathburn K Rhodes, Mark A Tapsak: Dual electrode system for a continuous analyte sensor. DexCom, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, July 9, 2013: US08483793 (7 worldwide citation)

Disclosed herein are systems and methods for a continuous analyte sensor, such as a continuous glucose sensor. One such system utilizes first and second working electrodes to measure analyte or non-analyte related signal, both of which electrode include an interference domain.


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Peter C Simpson, Robert J Boock, James R Petisce, Mark C Brister, Monica A Rixman, Kum Ming Woo, Lisa Nguyen, Seth R Brunner, Arthur Chee, Melissa A Nicholas, Matthew D Wightlin, Jack Pryor, Dubravka Markovic: Analyte sensors having a signal-to-noise ratio substantially unaffected by non-constant noise. Dexcom, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, September 19, 2017: US09763609

Systems and methods of use involving sensors having a signal-to-noise ratio that is substantially unaffected by non-constant noise are provided for continuous analyte measurement in a host. In some embodiments, a continuous analyte measurement system is configured to be wholly, transcutaneously, int ...


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Peter C Simpson, James H Brauker, Paul V Goode, Apurv U Kamath, James R Petisce, Kum Ming Woo, Melissa A Nicholas, Robert J Boock, Monica A Rixman, John Burd, Rathburn K Rhodes, Mark A Tapsak: Dual electrode system for a continuous analyte sensor. DexCom, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, April 6, 2010: US07693560

Disclosed herein are systems and methods for a continuous analyte sensor, such as a continuous glucose sensor. One such system utilizes first and second working electrodes to measure analyte or non-analyte related signal, both of which electrode include an interference domain.


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Peter C Simpson, James H Brauker, Paul V Goode, Apurv U Kamath, James R Petisce, Kum Ming Woo, Melissa A Nicholas, Robert J Boock, Monica A Rixman, John Burd, Rathbun K Rhodes, Mark A Tapsak: Dual electrode system for a continuous analyte sensor. Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, September 13, 2007: US20070213611-A1

Disclosed herein are systems and methods for a continuous analyte sensor, such as a continuous glucose sensor. One such system utilizes first and second working electrodes to measure analyte or non-analyte related signal, both of which electrode include an interference domain.


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Peter C Simpson, Robert Boock, James R Petisce, Mark Brister, Monica A Rixman, Kum Ming Woo, Lisa Nguyen, Seth R Brunner, Arthur Chee, Melissa A Nicholas, Matthew Wightlin, Jack Pryor, Dubravka Markovic: Analyte sensors having a signal-to-noise ratio substantially unaffected by non-constant noise. DexCom, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, October 11, 2007: US20070235331-A1

Systems and methods of use involving sensors having a signal-to-noise ratio that is substantially unaffected by non-constant noise are provided for continuous analyte measurement in a host. In some embodiments, a continuous analyte measurement system is configured to be wholly, transcutaneously, int ...


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Peter C Simpson, James H Brauker, Paul V Goode, Apurv U Kamath, James R Petisce, Kum Ming Woo, Melissa A Nicholas, Robert J Boock, Monica A Rixman, John Burd, Rathburn K Rhodes, Mark A Tapsak: Dual electrode system for a continuous analyte sensor. DexCom, Knobbe Martens Olsen & Bear, July 22, 2010: US20100185071-A1

Disclosed herein are systems and methods for a continuous analyte sensor, such as a continuous glucose sensor. One such system utilizes first and second working electrodes to measure analyte or non-analyte related signal, both of which electrode include an interference domain.


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Peter C Simpson, James H Brauker, Paul V Goode, Apurv U Kamath, James R Petisce, Kum Ming Woo, Melissa A Nicholas, Robert J Boock, Monica A Rixman, John Burd, Rathburn K Rhodes, Mark A Tapsak: Dual electrode system for a continuous analyte sensor. DexCom, Knobbe Martens Olsen & Bear, November 11, 2010: US20100286496-A1

Disclosed herein are systems and methods for a continuous analyte sensor, such as a continuous glucose sensor. One such system utilizes first and second working electrodes to measure analyte or non-analyte related signal, both of which electrode include an interference domain.