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Nichol George D, Schmidt John C: Tray for sterilizing dental instruments. Hamilton John A, June 17, 1975: US3890096 (36 worldwide citation)

A tray for holding dental instruments while they are sterilized in an autoclave, consisting of a rectangular sheet metal base having one pair of opposite edges adapted to engage slidably in the shelf grooves of an autoclave chamber, and its other pair of edges turned down to form flaps, a pair of pa ...


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Bortolin Laura T, Parameswaran Lalitha, Harper James, Bobrow Johanna, Hollis Mark A, Brown Drew C, Clasen Eric S, Schmidt John C: Apparatus and method for isolating a nucleic acid from a sample. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Smiths Detection Edgewood, PIERCE Scott N, January 15, 2004: WO/2004/005553 (17 worldwide citation)

A method for preparing a nucleic acid component of a sample for amplification includes contacting the sample with a porous support that deactivates a nucleic acid amplification inhibitor component of the sample and directing a fluid through the porous support, whereby the nucleic acid component of t ...


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Schmidt John C: Synthetic structure for covering a surface. Dunn Robert T, August 19, 1975: US3900656 (15 worldwide citation)

A covering for a subsurface to provide a surface thereon suitable for recreational activities such as football, includes a top wear surface layer which may provide, for example, simulated grass, sometimes called synthetic turf and a moisture protected underlayment layer between the top surface layer ...


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Nichol George D, Schmidt John C: Shroud for coiled hoses. Hamilton John A, November 18, 1975: US3920050 (4 worldwide citation)

A protective shroud for coiled hoses for preventing fouling or entangling of closely adjacent hoses, or catching of a user's clothing between the convolutions of a single hose, consisting of a pair of concentric helical coils of fine spring wire enclosing the convoluted portion of the hose, the coil ...


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Tilles David J, Difurio Gabriel A, Schmidt John C: Point source biological agent detection system. Northrop Grumman Corporation, GATES William L, March 4, 2004: WO/2004/018704 (2 worldwide citation)

This invention is directed to a method and apparatus using polymerase chain reaction (PCR) technologyfor collecting air samples and identifying biological agents in the air sample. The apparatus is capable ofdetecting transient events such as bacillus anthracis in a piece of mail being processed on ...


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Schmidt John C: Motion picture toy. Hamilton John A, June 10, 1975: US3888571

A toy for producing hand-drawn motion picture films consisting of a board having a groove formed in the top surface thereof through which a film tape on which images may be drawn is passed, the tape having perforations formed therein selectively engageable over a pin fixed in the board so that the t ...


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Browning David R, Sickenberger David W, Schmidt John C, Sima Gordon R Jr: Accelerateur monobloc dions pour tube detecteur de mobilite des ions, One piece ion accelerator for ion mobility detector cells. Bendix Corporation, MACRAE & CO, July 24, 1984: CA1171463

ONE PIECE ION ACCELERATOR FOR ION MOBILITY DETECTOR CELLS Abstract The ion accelerator for an ion mobility detector cell iscomprised of a ceramic tube coated inside with a thick film resis-tor composition across which a voltage potential difference isimpressed to provide an ion accelerating electric ...


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Tilles David J, Difurio Gabriel A, Schmidt John C: Automatic point source biological agent detection system. Northrop Grumman, February 23, 2005: EP1508024-A1

This invention is directed to a method and apparatus using polymerase chain reaction (PCR) technology for automatically collecting air samples and identifying biological agents in the air sample. A fully automated system is provided that is capable of detecting transient events such as bacillus anth ...


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Tilles David J, Difurio Gabriel A, Schmidt John C: Point source biological agent detection system. Northrop Grumman, February 23, 2005: EP1508025-A2

This invention is directed to a method and apparatus using polymerase chain reaction (PCR) technology for automatically collecting air samples and identifying biological agents in the air sample. A fully automated system is provided that is capable of detecting transient events such as bacillus anth ...


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Bortolin Laura T, Parameswaran Lalitha, Harper James, Bobrow Johanna, Hollis Mark A, Brown Drew C, Clasen Eric S, Schmidt John C: Apparatus and method for isolating a nucleic acid from a sample. Massachusetts Inst Technology, Smiths Detection Edgewood, July 13, 2005: EP1552005-A1

A method for preparing a nucleic acid component of a sample for amplification includes contacting the sample with a porous support that deactivates a nucleic acid amplification inhibitor component of the sample and directing a fluid through the porous support, whereby the nucleic acid component of t ...