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Ronald W Davis, Stefanie S Jeffrey, Michael N Mindrinos, R Fabian Pease, Ashley Ann Powell, AmirAli Hajhossein Talasaz: Methods and apparatus for magnetic separation of cells. The Board of Trustees of the Leland Stanford Junior University, David J Aston, Peters Verny, December 6, 2011: US08071395 (13 worldwide citation)

Described here is an automated robotic device that isolates circulating tumor cells (CTCs) or other biological structures with extremely high purity. The device uses powerful magnetic rods covered in removable plastic sleeves. These rods sweep through blood samples, capturing, e.g., cancer cells lab ...


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Ronald W Davis, Mehdi Javanmard, Michael N Mindrinos, Janine A Mok: Microfluidic method for measurement or detection involving cells or biomolecules. The Board of Trustees of the Leland Stanford Junior University, David J Aston, Peters Verny, December 24, 2013: US08614056 (7 worldwide citation)

Embodiments of the invention are related to microfluidic devices for detecting or determining the concentration of biomolecules in an analyte comprising: a channel, wherein a surface of said channel is fabricated to be functionalized with at least one molecule selected to interact with a biomolecule ...


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Ronald W Davis, Stefanie S Jeffrey, Michael N Mindrinos, R Fabian Pease, Ashley Ann Powell, AmirAli Hajhossein Talasaz: Apparatus for magnetic separation of cells. The Board of Trustees of the Leland Stanford Junior University, David J Aston, Bozicevic Field & Francis, February 23, 2016: US09267943

Described here is an automated robotic device that isolates circulating tumor cells (CTCs) or other biological structures with extremely high purity. The device uses powerful magnetic rods covered in removable plastic sleeves. These rods sweep through blood samples, capturing, e.g., cancer cells lab ...


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Chunlin Wang, Michael N Mindrinos, Mark M Davis, Ronald W Davis, Sujatha Krishnakumar: Haplotying of HLA loci with ultra-deep shotgun sequencing. The Board of Trustees of the Leland Stanford Junior University, Pamela J Sherwood, Bozicevic Field & Francis, February 7, 2017: US09562269

Methods are provided to determine the entire genomic region of a particular HLA locus including both intron and exons. The resultant consensus sequences provides linkage information between different exons, and produces the unique sequence from each of the two genes from the individual sample being ...


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Mehdi Javanmard, Sam Emaminejad, Janine Mok, Michael N Mindrinos: Negative dielectrophoresis for selective elution of immuno-bound particles. The Board of Trustees of the Leland Stanford Junior University, Foley & Lardner, Cliff Z Liu, May 29, 2018: US09981273

The procedure of dielectric electrophoresis (dielectrophoresis or DEP) utilizes field-polarized particles that move under the application of positive (attractive) and/or negative (repulsive) applied forces. This invention uses negative dielectric electrophoresis (negative dielectrophoresis or nDEP) ...


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Ronald W Davis, Stefanie S Jeffrey, Michael N Mindrinos, R Fabian Pease, Ashley Ann Powell, AmirAli Hajhossein Talasaz: Methods and Apparatus for Magnetic Separation of Cells. The Board of Trustees of the Leland Stanford Junior University, Peters Verny, September 3, 2009: US20090220979-A1

Described here is an automated robotic device that isolates circulating tumor cells (CTCs) or other biological structures with extremely high purity. The device uses powerful magnetic rods covered in removable plastic sleeves. These rods sweep through blood samples, capturing, e.g., cancer cells lab ...


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Ronald W Davis, Stefanie S Jeffrey, Michael N Mindrinos, R Fabian Pease, Ashley Ann Powell, AmirAli Hajhossein Talasaz: Apparatus for Magnetic Separation of Cells. The Board of Trustees of the Leland Stanford Junior University, February 23, 2012: US20120045828-A1

Described here is an automated robotic device that isolates circulating tumor cells (CTCs) or other biological structures with extremely high purity. The device uses powerful magnetic rods covered in removable plastic sleeves. These rods sweep through blood samples, capturing, e.g., cancer cells lab ...


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Ronald W Davis, Mehdi Javanmard, Michael N Mindrinos, Janine A Mok: Microfluidic devices for measurement or detection involving cells or biomolecules. The Board of Trustees of the Leland Stanford Junior University, December 22, 2011: US20110312518-A1

Embodiments of the invention are related to microfluidic devices for detecting or determining the concentration of biomolecules in an analyte comprising: a channel, wherein a surface of said channel is fabricated to be functionalized with at least one molecule selected to interact with a biomolecule ...