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Ramsey Michael J: Method for performing microfluidic manipultions for chemical analysis and synthesis. Lockheed Martin Energy Sys, December 12, 2001: EP1162455-A1 (6 worldwide citation)

A microchip laboratory system (10) and method provide fluidic manipulations for a variety of applications, including sample injection for microchip chemical separations. The microchip is fabricated using standard photolithographic procedures and chemical wet etching, with the substrate and cover pla ...


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Ramsey Michael J: Apparatus and method for performing microfluidic manipulations for chemical analysis and synthesis. Ut Battelle, January 21, 2004: EP1382962-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

A microchip laboratory system (10) and method provide fluidic manipulations for a variety of applications, including sample injection for microchip chemical separations. The microchip is fabricated using standard photolithographic procedures and chemical wet etching, with the substrate and cover pla ...


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Ramsey Michael J, Haynes Tony E, Feldman Leonard C, Zehner David M: Nanostructured material transport devices and their fabrication by application of molecular coatings to nanoscale channels. Ut Battelle, Ramsey Michael J, Haynes Tony E, Feldman Leonard C, Zehner David M, HAGAN Patrick J, February 10, 2005: WO/2005/012874

Nanostructured material transport devices and their method of fabrication, which involves applying molecular coatings to nano-openings in the devices to reduce the lateral dimensions and modify liquid solid interface characteristics of the nano-openings. Material transport devices having nano-openin ...


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Foote Robert S, Ramsey Michael J: Method for analyzing proteins. Ut Battelle, KIM Stanley A, September 12, 2002: WO/2002/071074

A method for characterizing an individual protein contained in a complex mixture of proteins includes the steps of: providing a mi xture containing different proteins; fragmenting at least one of the proteins contained in the mixture into a terminal peptide and a non-terminal peptide; separating the ...


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Ramsey Michael J: Manually operated top loading socket for ball grid arrays. Pcd, COHEN Jerry, June 10, 1999: WO/1999/028995

A socket (2) for a ball grid array (BGA) integrated circuit package (4) comprises an array of electrical contacts extending through openings in a slidable plate (10). The contacts are cupped or angled to mate with the side and top of the ball leads of the BGA. The BGA package (4) is inserted into th ...