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John Gregory Aceti, Zvi Gerald Loewy, Richard Morgan Moroney III, Christopher Carter Gregory, Peter John Zanzucchi: Analyte monitor. Rosedale Medical, Patton Boggs, August 2, 2005: US06923764 (429 worldwide citation)

Provided is an analyte monitoring device having a housing, the device comprising: a plurality of needles, each having a tip, a retracted position, a position wherein the tip is extended from the housing a distance adapted to pierce skin; an electrically or spring powered needle pushing apparatus mov ...


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John Gregory Aceti, Zvi Gerald Loewy, Richard Morgan Moroney III, Christopher Carter Gregory, Peter John Zanzucchi: Analyte monitor. Rosedale Medical, Burns Doane Swecker & Mathis L, April 1, 2003: US06540675 (417 worldwide citation)

Provided is an analyte monitoring device having a housing, the device comprising: a plurality of needles, each having a tip, a retracted position, a position wherein the tip is extended from the housing a distance adapted to pierce skin; an electrically or spring powered needle pushing apparatus mov ...


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J Christopher Flaherty, Christopher C Gregory, Sterling Eduard McBridge, Richard Morgan Moroney III: Flow condition sensor assembly for patient infusion device. Insulet Corporation, December 14, 2004: US06830558 (304 worldwide citation)

A device for delivering fluid to a patient including an exit port assembly adapted to connect to a transcutaneous patient access tool, a flow path extending from the exit port assembly, and a flow condition sensor assembly. The sensor assembly includes a resilient diaphragm having a first surface po ...


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J Christopher Flaherty, John T Garibotto, William Gorman, Timothy J Wood, Richard Morgan Moroney III: Flow restriction system and method for patient infusion device. Insulet Corporation, March 28, 2006: US07018360 (287 worldwide citation)

A device for delivering fluid, such as insulin for example, to a patient. The device includes a flow path having an exit port assembly adapted to connect to a transcutaneous patient access tool, and a reservoir connected to the exit port assembly. The device also includes a flow restriction system h ...


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John Gregory Aceti, Sterling Eduard McBride, Richard Morgan Moroney III, Christopher Carter Gregory, Peter John Zanzucchi: Autonomous, ambulatory analyte monitor or drug delivery device. Rosedale Medical, Patton Boggs L, February 28, 2006: US07004928 (201 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to analyte monitoring/drug (pharmaceutical agent) delivery device. The invention is suited for monitoring various blood constituents such as glucose. The device has a housing that at least partially encloses a plurality of microneedles disposed on a carrier and an electronics p ...


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Richard Morgan Moroney III, Rajan Kumar, Daniel Matt Fishman: Capacitive denaturation of nucleic acid. Sarnoff Corporation, William J Burke, November 30, 1999: US05993611 (145 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to the denaturation of nucleic acids using capacitive charging. In a preferred embodiment, the invention effects such denaturation in the context of a microfluidic device for the analysis, amplification, or other automated manipulation of nucleic acids.


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Peter John Zanzucchi, Richard Morgan Moroney III, John Gregory Aceti, Timothy Allen Pletcher, Herschel Clement Burstyn: Method and imager for detecting the location of objects. Blue Marlin, Bingham McCutchen, October 10, 2006: US07119838 (80 worldwide citation)

A device detects the location of objects in an environment by receiving an optical image and converting the optical image of the lost object into a color digital image. The device employs software to perform an analysis of the color digital image to detect the location of the one or more objects in ...


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Sterling Eduard Mcbride, Richard Morgan Moroney III: Method and apparatus for distributing fluid in a microfluidic device. Orchid BioSciences, Artz & Artz P C, July 31, 2001: US06268219 (62 worldwide citation)

A fluid distribution system has a microfluidic device that has a main channel with a plurality of branches extending therefrom. The main channel has a length. The main channel and the branches are coupled through a plurality of apertures with aperture diameters. The aperture diameters progressively ...


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Peter John Zanzucchi, Charlotte Anna Burton, Sterling Edward McBride, Satyam Choudary Cherukuri, William Chiang, Aaron W Levine, Richard Morgan Moroney III: Electrokinetic pumping. Sarnoff Corporation, William J Burke, November 16, 1999: US05985119 (22 worldwide citation)

The invention provides methods of performing a synthetic process in a liquid distribution system having reaction cells, by pumping at least one reagent into a reaction cell.


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Peter John Zanzucchi, Charlotte Anna Burton, Sterling Edward McBride, Robert Richard Demers, William Chiang, Richard Morgan Moroney III: Electrokinetic pumping. Sarnoff Corporation, William J Burke, January 12, 1999: US05858193 (21 worldwide citation)

The invention provides electrode-based pumps and methods of operating such pumps. In one embodiment, the invention provides an electrode-based pump situated in a fluid channel comprising a first electrode and a second electrode, wherein the first and second electrodes have a diameter from about 25 m ...