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Nigel F Carter, Christopher J Hammond, Monika J Green, Paul I Hilditch, Stephen C Williams: Bioelectrochemical electrodes. Medisense, Fish & Richardson, June 30, 1992: US05126034 (476 worldwide citation)

A disposable element is provided for use in analytical equipment for electrochemical determination of biological cells. The disposable element comprises a working electrode, a reference electrode, and a filter for retention of solids in the vicinity of the electrodes. The analytical equipment with d ...


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Janet A Tamada, Michael J Tierney, Stephen C Williams: Hydrogel composition for measuring glucose flux. Animas Technologies, RatnerPrestia, December 19, 2006: US07150975 (253 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to compositions for use in analyte monitoring devices. These compositions are useful to increase the flux of analyte across skin, tissue or mucosal surfaces. The compositions include hydrogels and collection reservoir systems comprising ionically conductive materials. T ...


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Mark J Batchelor, Stephen C Williams, Mokina J Green: Determination of amylase. Medisense, March 27, 1990: US04912041 (4 worldwide citation)

A method of assay for the presence of .alpha.-amylase in a sample employs a derivatized .alpha.-oligosaccharide which can be hydrolyzed by an enzyme mix including .alpha.-amylase to yield an electroactive compound, and at least one other enzyme which with .alpha.-amylase gives an enzyme mix capable ...


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Janet A Tamada, Michael J Tierney, Stephen C Williams: Compositions and methods for enhancement of transdermal analyte flux. Barbara G McClung, Cygnus, May 6, 2004: US20040087671-A1

The present invention relates to compositions for use in analyte monitoring devices. These compositions are useful to increase the flux of analyte across skin, tissue or mucosal surfaces. The compositions include hydrogels and collection reservoir systems comprising ionically conductive materials. T ...


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Janet A Tamada, Michael J Tierney, Stephen C Williams: Compositions and methods for enhancement of transdermal analyte flux. Ratnerprestia, May 18, 2006: US20060105420-A1

The present invention relates to compositions for use in analyte monitoring devices. These compositions are useful to increase the flux of analyte across skin, tissue or mucosal surfaces. The compositions include hydrogels and collection reservoir systems comprising ionically conductive materials. T ...