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Tomonori MIMURA, Hiroshi Mitsumaki, Tadashi Ohishi, Taku Sakazume: Analyzer system having sample rack transfer line. Mattingly Stanger Malur & Brundidge PC, July 31, 2008: US20080181817-A1

A plurality of analyzer units for serum, a plurality of analyzer units for blood plasma and a plurality of analyzer units for urine are arranged along a main transfer line for transferring a sample rack from a rack providing portion to a rack storage portion. A reagent bottle for inspecting liver fu ...


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Tomonori Mimura, Hiroshi Mitsumaki, Tadashi Ohishi, Taku Sakazume: Analyzer system having sample rack transfer line. Mattingly Stanger Malur & Brundidge PC, May 25, 2006: US20060110288-A1

A plurality of analyzer units for serum, a plurality of analyzer units for blood plasma and a plurality of analyzer units for urine are arranged along a main transfer line for transferring a sample rack from a rack providing portion to a rack storage portion. A reagent bottle for inspecting liver fu ...


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Taku SAKAZUME, Kantaro Suzuki: Automatic analyzer and analysis system using photomultiplier tube. Mattingly & Malur PC, September 17, 2009: US20090230291-A1

A photomultiplier tube is susceptible to noise at a low concentration and to saturation at a high concentration. It is necessary to make a measurement with an appropriate intensity of light to provide good reproducibility and linearity. Only adjustment of reagent concentration and constituents are n ...


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Taku SAKAZUME, Kantaro Suzuki: Automatic analyzer. Mattingly & Malur PC, September 17, 2009: US20090232705-A1

An automatic analyzer for qualitatively and quantitatively analyzing biological samples includes mixing means by which magnetic particles that have undergone B/F reactions are stirred before being introduced into a flow cell. Control means are provided for performing control so that during one analy ...


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Yoshihiro Yamashita, Taku Sakazume: Analyzer using magnetic particles. Hitachi High Technologies Corporation, April 28, 2011: US20110097240-A1

This invention provides an analyzer that uses magnetic particles, the analyzer being capable of removing inhibitors within a short time and reducing an analytical time. Magnetic particles 3 within a pre-washing solution accommodated in a reaction container 127 are aggregated by a magnet 4 disposed n ...


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Kazunori Yamazawa, Yoshiyuki Tanaka, Taku Sakazume: Automatic analyzer. December 1, 2011: US20110293477-A1

Disclosed is an automatic analyzer that is capable of executing a plurality of different measurement sequences in a sequential, parallel manner, has a check function for avoiding simultaneous mechanical equipment use and interference between the mechanical equipment, incorporates a plurality of diff ...


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Noriko MAEDA, Kyoko IMAI, Taku SAKAZUME, Yukie TOKIWA, Kantaro SUZUKI: Automatic analyzer. Hitachi High Technologies Corporation, November 8, 2012: US20120282141-A1

An automatic analyzer and an automatic analyzing system to identify samples and reagents used in the analyzer and members used in measurement of at least two objects in common: system reagents or buffer solution; sensor parts; probes; nozzles; chips; dispensing cups; tubes; ISE electrodes; detectors ...


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Susumu Sakairi, Taku Sakazume, Katsuaki Takahashi: Automated analyzer. Hitachi High Technologies Corporation, December 8, 2011: US20110300021-A1

Stepped portions of a flow channel are reduced by completely fixing the channel that extends to the measuring unit, and reducing connections in the channel, thereby to suppress a disturbance in the flow of the liquid suctioned into the measuring unit. A means is provided so that the reaction solutio ...


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Taku Sakazume, Kantaro Suzuki: Automatic analyzer. Hitachi High Technologies Corporation, May 10, 2012: US20120114525-A1

Photomultiplier tubes differ in performance between individual products, and deteriorate over time. To appropriately use a nonlinear calibration curve, it is desirable that changes in signal level be strictly equalized. This invention includes means for, prior to sensitivity adjustment of a photomul ...