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Peter M Meserol, Thomas Palmieri: Optical analyzer. Personal Diagnostics, R Gale Rhodes Jr, July 9, 1991: US05029583 (387 worldwide citation)

An optical analyzer for determining an analyte in a fluid of interest such as a body fluid of interest satisfying the foregoing need and embodying the present invention may include a housing; combination optically transparent cuvette and lancet mounted removably in the housing, the cuvette may recei ...


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Peter M Meserol, Thomas Palmieri: Cuvette. Personal Diagnostics, R Gale Rhodes Jr, October 17, 1989: US04873993 (249 worldwide citation)

Cuvette with or without a lancet secured thereto and extending therefrom for producing skin puncture to produce body fluid of interest, the cuvette is made of optically transparent material and is provided with a shape and a plurality of optical elements such as integrally formed optical elements fo ...


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Peter M Meserol: Article of manufacture for the photodynamic therapy of dermal lesion. Dusa Pharmaceuticals, R Gale Rhodes Jr, April 9, 1996: US05505726 (146 worldwide citation)

An article of manufacture for photodynamic therapy of a dermal lesion located at a dermal treatment site on skin including the stratum corneum, transparent hydrogel for covering the dermal treatment site and containing hydration agent and photopharmaceutical, the transparent hydrogel couples the hyd ...


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Peter M Meserol: Flow electroporation chamber and method. Entremed, Jones & Askew, February 24, 1998: US05720921 (81 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a method and apparatus for the encapsulation of biologically-active substances in red blood cells, characterized by an optionally automated, continuous-flow, self-contained electroporation system which allows withdrawal of blood from a patient, separation of red bloo ...


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Peter M Meserol, Jesse L Acker: Method for qualitative and quantitative determination of immunological reactions. Akro Medic Engineering, April 8, 1980: US04197088 (72 worldwide citation)

A method for qualitative and quantitative determination of agglutination in immunoreactive systems, and for determining the concentration of the immunoreactive components of such system, which method comprises introducing a fluid biological test specimen and a reagent therefor (e.g., latex spheres) ...


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Peter M Meserol: Combination controller and patch for the photodynamic therapy of dermal lesion. Dusa Pharmaceuticals, R Gale Rhodes Jr, December 12, 1995: US05474528 (70 worldwide citation)

Combination controller and patch for photodynamic therapy of a dermal lesion located at a dermal treatment site on skin including stratum corneum, the controller is optically connected to the patch and the patch includes hydrogel containing hydration agent and photopharmaceutical, the patch covers t ...


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Peter M Meserol, Jesse L Acker: Biological fluid assay system. Gamma Biologicals, Arnold White & Durkee, July 28, 1987: US04683120 (37 worldwide citation)

A biological fluid assay system and method for the determination of immunoreactive characteristics of biological specimen and more particularly for the qualitative determination of immunological reactions. The apparatus includes a centrifuge rotor, a disposable belt mountable on the centrifuge rotor ...


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Peter M Meserol, Jesse L Acker: Electro-optical system for use in evaluating immunological reactions. Akro Medic Engineering, August 23, 1983: US04400353 (31 worldwide citation)

The method of this invention comprises introducing the fluid biological test specimen and the reagent (e.g., latex spheres) into a reaction zone in the image cell, evenly mixing and incubating the mixture thereby forming agglutinated particles. After transilluminating the reaction zone and imaging t ...


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Peter M Meserol, Jesse L Acker: Apparatus for use in qualitative determination of immunological reactions. Gamma Biologicals, October 25, 1983: US04411518 (27 worldwide citation)

An apparatus is provided for use in qualitative and quantitative determinations of agglutination in immunoreactive systems. The apparatus comprises a carriage assembly having a plurality of spaced, axially-disposed compartments for receiving image cells which are uniquely designed for holding the bi ...