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John Linton, Karl Yoder, Robert Hess, Leila Hasan, Robert Ellis, Tanya S Kanigan, Kristine Friesen, Arrin Katz, Colin Brenan, Tom Morrison, Javier Garcia: Assay apparatus and method using microfluidic arrays. BioTrove, March 23, 2010: US07682565 (35 worldwide citation)

A system for holding at least one of sample and reagent for analysis. The system includes a pair of parallel covers, at least one of which is light transmissive, of which pair a light transmissive cover forms a top, and of which pair the other forms a bottom. A frame is disposed between the covers t ...


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Tom Morrison, David V Rotole, Eric M Thies, Mitchell R Usasz, Walter Craig Wright: System and method for calibrating a hydraulic drive system. DEERE & COMPANY, Michael Best & Friedrich, January 1, 2019: US10167951

A method of adjusting a hydraulic drive system includes determining a forward park position value, a reverse park position value, an initial forward position value, and an initial reverse position value of a control device and using these values to calculate a forward buffer value and a reverse buff ...


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Tom Morrison: Selective ligation and amplification assay. Bromberg & Sunstein, June 16, 2005: US20050130213-A1

An improved assay for identifying and distinguishing one or more a single nucleotide polymorphisms in one or more target sequences of nucleic acid comprises, in a single-tube reaction system, three or more primers, two of which bind to a target nucleic acid sequence, flanking a SNP, so that the 3′-e ...


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John Linton, Karl Yoder, Robert Hess, Leila Hasan, Robert Ellis, Tanya S Kanigan, Kristine Friesen, Arrin Katz, Colin Brenan, Tom Morrison, Javier Garcia: Assay apparatus and method using microfluidic arrays. Bromberg & Sunstein, October 21, 2004: US20040208792-A1

A system for holding at least one of sample and reagent for analysis. The system includes a pair of parallel covers, at least one of which is light transmissive, of which pair a light transmissive cover forms a top, and of which pair the other forms a bottom. A frame is disposed between the covers t ...


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John Linton, Karl Yoder, Robert Hess, Leila Hasan, Robert Ellis, Tanya S Kanigan, Kristine Friesen, Arrin Katz, Colin Brenan, Tom Morrison, Javier Garcia: Assay imaging apparatus and methods. Biotrove, Edwards Angell Palmer & Dodge, March 5, 2009: US20090062134-A1

A method of conducting an assay on a plurality of samples is provided. The method includes the steps of performing an assay at each sample site in a sample array having greater than 100 sample sites simultaneously illuminating each sample site using one or more LEDs, and simultaneously imaging each ...


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John Linton, Karl Yoder, Robert Hess, Leila Hasan, Robert Ellis, Tanya S Kanigan, Kristine Friesen, Arrin Katz, Colin Brenan, Tom Morrison, Javier Garcia: Thermal cycling apparatus and method. Biotrove, Edwards Angell Palmer & Dodge, March 5, 2009: US20090062152-A1

A thermal cycling device and a method of thermal cycling are provided. A thermal cycling device includes a fluid device system, a case, and a cycling head. The fluid delivery system develops a flow of controlled-temperature fluid. The case has a fluid-tight cavity for holding a microfluidic array. T ...


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Karl Yoder, Colin Brenan, John Linton, Leila Hasan, Robert Ellis, Arrin Katz, Tom Morrison, Jorge Fonseca: Thermal cycler for microfluidic array assays. Bromberg & Sunstein, May 4, 2006: US20060094108-A1

A system for thermal cycling a plurality of samples. The system includes a case having a fluid-tight cavity defining an interior volume. A microfluidic array is disposed in the interior volume, the array including a sheet of material having a pair of opposed surfaces, a thickness, and a plurality of ...


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Karl Yoder, Colin Brenan, John Linton, Leila Hasan, Robert Ellis, Arrin Katz, Tom Morrison, Jorge Fonseca: Thermal Cycler for Microfluidic Array Assays. BioTrove, Life Technologies Corporation, C O Intellevate, January 6, 2011: US20110003699-A1

A system for thermal cycling a plurality of samples. The system includes a case having a fluid-tight cavity defining an interior volume. A microfluidic array is disposed in the interior volume, the array including a sheet of material having a pair of opposed surfaces, a thickness, and a plurality of ...


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John Linton, Karl Yoder, Robert Hess, Leila Hasan, Robert Ellis, Tanya S Kanigan, Kristine Friesen, Arrin Katz, Colin Brenan, Tom Morrison, Javier Garcia: Thermal cycling apparatus and method. Life Technologies Corporation, September 27, 2012: US20120245038-A1

A system for holding at least one of sample and reagent for analysis. The system includes a pair of parallel covers, at least one of which is light transmissive, of which pair a light transmissive cover forms a top, and of which pair the other forms a bottom. A frame is disposed between the covers t ...