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James E Flaherty, Robert B Green, Steven C Lepke, Richard W Mason: Sensor package. Ciba Corning Diagnostics, Judith A Roesler, Arthur S Morgenstern, December 10, 1996: US05582698 (272 worldwide citation)

A solid state, multi-use electrochemical sensor having an electrically nonconductive substrate, a working electrode, and a semi-permeable membrane covering the working electrode. The working electrode includes an electrically conductive material adhered to a portion of the substrate. A first portion ...


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Thomas C Maley, Mark W Boden, Paul A D Orazio, Bonnie C Dalzell, Peter G Edelman, James E Flaherty, Robert B Green, Steven C Lepke, Richard W Mason, Robert R McCaffrey, John A Zalenski: Sample chamber. Ciba Corning Diagnostics, Judith Roesler, Arthur Morgenstern, June 25, 1996: US05529676 (144 worldwide citation)

A solid state, multi-use electrochemical sensor having an electrically nonconductive substrate, a working electrode, and a semi-permeable membrane covering the working electrode. The working electrode includes an electrically conductive material adhered to a portion of the substrate. A first portion ...


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Thomas C Maley, Mark W Boden, Paul A D Orazio, Bonnie C Dalzell, Peter G Edelman, James E Flaherty, Robert B Green, Steven C Lepke, Richard W Mason, Robert R McCaffrey, John A Zalenski: Electrical contact. Ciba Corning Diagnostics, Judith A Roesler, Arthur S Morgenstern, November 12, 1996: US05573647 (126 worldwide citation)

A solid state, multi-use electrochemical sensor having an electrically nonconductive substrate, a working electrode, and a semi-permeable membrane covering the working electrode. The working electrode includes an electrically conductive material adhered to a portion of the substrate. A first portion ...


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Steven C Lepke, Eric Hyman, John Isham, Randy Dahl: Small diameter radiation sensor cable. RadiaDyne, Boulware & Valoir, February 10, 2015: US08953912

A simple method of making robust radiation sensor cables using a special fiber cap that holds a scintillating fiber therein directly abutting an end of a fiber optic cable, thus providing a clean and protected connection therebetween.


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Maley Thomas C, Boden Mark W, Paul A D Orazio, Bonnie C Dalzell, Peter G Edelman, James E Flaherty, Robert B Green, Steven C Lepke, Richard W Mason, Robert R Mccaffrey, John A Zalenski: Electrochemical sensor. Ciba Corning Diagnostics, July 30, 1996: JP1996-193969

PURPOSE: To perform accurate measurement in an enzyme sensor measuring a substance such as glucose or lactate. CONSTITUTION: An electrochemical sensor consists of an acting electrode 90 consisting of a non-conductive substrate 62 and a conductive material 66 And constituted so that a part of the con ...