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Mckearn Thomas Joseph, Goers John Walter Frank, Rodwell John Dennis, Lee Chyi: Antibody conjugates.. Cytogen, September 14, 1983: EP0088695-A2 (76 worldwide citation)

Methods for covalently attaching soluble or insoluble conjugate partners (compounds, linkers or supports) to antibody molecules to form antibody conjugates useful in affinity purification, separation, diagnostic and therapeutic applications. Conjugate partners are attached to (a) carbohydrate moieti ...


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Walter Frank, Albert Pemwieser, Gerhard Spatzier: Apparatus and method of automatically separating stacked wafers. Wacker Chemitronic Gesellschaft fur Elektronik Grundstoffe mbH, Collard & Roe, May 25, 1993: US05213451 (58 worldwide citation)

The separation of thin disk-type workpieces from a stack has, as a rule, hitherto been carried out by hand. An apparatus and a corresponding method are now provided which make it possible to lift the wafer off the stack without mechanical contact, and also to convey the separated wafers to the tray ...


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Lee Chyi, Rodwell John Dennis, Goers John Walter Frank, Siegel Richard Charles, Alvarez Vernon Leon, Mckearn Thomas Joseph: Antibody-metal ion complexes.. Cytogen, March 5, 1986: EP0173629-A1 (51 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to antibody-metal ion complexes having a metal ion coordinately bound to a compatible chelator covalently bound to an antibody or antibody fragment. Also described are methods for intermediates in the preparation of antibody-metal ion complexes. Therapeutic and in vitro and in ...


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Kosonocky Walter Frank: Charge coupled shift registers. RCA Corporation, September 11, 1973: US3758794 (50 worldwide citation)

Charge coupled shift registers in which the output stage includes an electrically floating diffusion in the substrate, of different conductivity than the substrate, and coupled to minority carrier surface charge storage location. In one form of the circuit, charge signals are shifted down one regist ...


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Kosonocky Walter Frank: Input circuits for charged-coupled circuits. RCA Corporation, September 18, 1973: US3760202 (46 worldwide citation)

An input circuit for a charge-coupled circuit includes a source electrode in the substrate and a gate electrode spaced from the substrate located between the source electrode and a storage electrode. The amount of surface charge signal which becomes stored beneath the storage electrode may be contro ...


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Williams Brown F, Kosonocky Walter Frank: Charge-coupled radiation sensing circuit with charge skim-off and reset. RCA Corporation, Christoffersen H, Cohen S, October 29, 1974: US3845295 (44 worldwide citation)

The radiation induced charge signals accumulated at the radiation sensors of a radiation sensing array are processed to improve the contrast of the sensed image. Of the total charge signal present at each sensor, only that portion greater than a given charge signal level is shifted into the stage at ...


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Walter Frank Kosonocky: Charge coupled device imager. RCA Corporation, H Christoffersen, Samuel Cohen, July 20, 1976: US03971003 (38 worldwide citation)

The columns in known frame transfer type charge coupled device (CCD) image sensing arrays generally are spaced, center-to-center, a distance equal to the length of a stage in the C register. In the present array the center-to-center spacing of the columns is considerably reduced to obtain improved r ...


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Walter Frank Kosonocky: Interlaced readout of charge stored in a charge coupled image sensing array. RCA Corporation, H Christoffersen, S Cohen, January 13, 1976: US03932775 (38 worldwide citation)

Charges initially are stored in each half I.sub.a and I.sub.b of each stage of a charge coupled device (CCD) array. A first field is obtained from the charges stored during a first time period by combining the charges in the halves I.sub.a and I.sub.b of each stage. A second field which may be inter ...


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Walter Frank Kosonocky, Donald Jon Sauer: Charge transfer memory. RCA Corporation, H Christoffersen, Samuel Cohen, June 29, 1976: US03967254 (37 worldwide citation)

Output gate electrode structure between the storage matrix and the output register of a serial-parallel-serial (SPS) charge coupled device (CCD) memory. To permit high channel packing density in the matrix, the output register can have as few as M/N stages, where M is the number of channels in the m ...


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Walter Frank Kosonocky: Introducing signal at low noise level to charge-coupled circuit. RCA Corporation, H Christoffersen, Samuel Cohen, October 12, 1976: US03986198 (29 worldwide citation)

The first potential well of a charge-coupled device (CCD) register is initially filled from a source diffusion and then the effective depth of this well is reduced and the excess charge removed. The depth reduction and charge removal may be concurrently accomplished by changing the relative potentia ...