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Giovanni Berti, William I White, Rodric H White Stevens: Test means and method for interference resistant determination of oxidizing substances. Miles Laboratories, Charles J Herron, January 27, 1981: US04247297 (258 worldwide citation)

Test means, such as a composition or device, method of making a test device and process for determination of at least one oxidizing substance, such as a peroxide, are disclosed. More particularly, the contemplated test means comprises a hydrazone and 8-amino-1-napthol-5,7-disulfonic acid (Chicago ac ...


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William I White: Precursor indicator compositions. Miles Laboratories, Charles J Herron, December 22, 1981: US04307188 (48 worldwide citation)

A composition, test device, method of making a test device and process for determination of an analyte in a liquid sample are disclosed. More particularly, there is provided a composition for detecting an analyte in a liquid sample comprising an analyte-responsive component and an indicator composit ...


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Richard D Falb, Sisto N Stiso, Yung Chyung Wang, William I White, Rodric H White Stevens: Test means, test device and method for determining the ionic strength or specific gravity of a liquid sample. Miles Laboratories, Edward H Gorman Jr, March 9, 1982: US04318709 (37 worldwide citation)

A test means for determining the ionic strength or specific gravity of an aqueous test sample, the test means comprising a weakly acidic or weakly basic polyelectrolyte which is at least partially neutralized, and an indicator means capable of producing a detectable response to ion exchange between ...


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William I White: Sensitizers for peroxidative activity tests. Miles Laboratories, Charles J Herron, July 14, 1981: US04278439 (33 worldwide citation)

Improved test compositions, devices and methods for the detecting of peroxidatively active substances are provided. The test compositions include an indicator capable of being oxidized in the presence of peroxidatively active substances to provide a color change, an oxidizing agent effective to oxid ...


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Marvin A Genshaw, William I White: Glucose indicator and method. Miles Laboratories, Roger N Coe, July 8, 1980: US04211845 (30 worldwide citation)

Glucose indicator, test means and method for assaying glucose in fluids are disclosed. More specifically, a new indicator formulation comprising an enzyme system which includes a substance having glucose oxidase activity, a substance having perioxidative activity and a mixture of syringaldazine and ...


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William I White: Sensitizers for peroxidative activity tests. Miles Laboratories, Charles J Herron, February 17, 1981: US04251223 (17 worldwide citation)

Improved test compositions, devices and methods for the detecting of peroxidatively active substances are provided. The test compositions include an indicator capable of being oxidized in the presence of peroxidatively active substances to provide a color change, an oxidized agent effective to oxidi ...


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William I White: Multisystem test means. Miles Laboratories, Charles J Herron, December 12, 1978: US04129417 (15 worldwide citation)

Multisystem test means, method of making same and method for determining a constituent in a sample under a plurality of reaction parameters. More particularly, a multisystem test means for the determination of a constituent in a liquid sample comprising a plurality of components associated with at l ...


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William I White: Sensitizers for peroxidative activity tests. Miles Laboratories, Charles J Herron, February 17, 1981: US04251222 (13 worldwide citation)

Improved test compositions, devices and methods for the detecting of peroxidatively active substances are provided. The test compositions include an indicator capable of being oxidized in the presence of peroxidatively active substances to provide a color change, an oxidizing agent effective to oxid ...


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Robert W Trimmer, William I White: Device and method for preparation of a control solution for ketone determination.. Miles Laboratories, Edward H Gorman Jr, July 16, 1985: US04529704 (4 worldwide citation)

A device for preparing a control solution for ketone analysis is disclosed, as well as a method for preparing it. The device comprises a carrier vehicle incorporated with an ester of a .beta.-ketoalkanoic acid, and a hydrolyzing substance capable of converting the ester to the corresponding .beta.-k ...