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Robert Senzig
David M Hoffman, James LeBlanc, John Tkaczyk, Robert F Senzig, Yanfeng Du: Direct conversion energy discriminating CT detector with over-ranging correction. General Electric Company, Ziolkowski Patent Solutions Group SC, August 21, 2007: US07260174 (39 worldwide citation)

A CT detector capable of energy discrimination and direct conversion is disclosed. The detector includes multiple layers of semiconductor material with the layers having varying thicknesses. The detector is constructed to be segmented in the x-ray penetration direction so as to optimize count rate p ...


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Robert Senzig
David M Hoffman, James W LeBlanc, John Eric Tkaczyk, Robert F Senzig, Yanfeng Du: Direct conversion energy discriminating CT detector with over-ranging correction. General Electric Company, Scott J Asmus, December 15, 2009: US07634060 (3 worldwide citation)

A CT detector capable of energy discrimination and direct conversion is disclosed. The detector includes multiple layers of semiconductor material with the layers having varying thicknesses. The detector is constructed to be segmented in the x-ray penetration direction so as to optimize count rate p ...


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Robert Senzig
David M Hoffman, James LeBlanc, John Tkaczyk, Robert F Senzig, Yanfeng Du: Direct conversion energy discriminating ct detector with over-ranging correction. General Electric Company, Global Research, September 6, 2007: US20070206722-A1

A CT detector capable of energy discrimination and direct conversion is disclosed. The detector includes multiple layers of semiconductor material with the layers having varying thicknesses. The detector is constructed to be segmented in the x-ray penetration direction so as to optimize count rate p ...


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Melvyn N Kronick, William A Little: Fluorescent immunoassay employing total reflection for activation. Board of Trustees of the Leland Stanford Junior University, Townsend and Townsend, February 17, 1976: US03939350 (383 worldwide citation)

Receptors are employed to which one or more fluroescent molecules are bound. When the receptors are bound to the epitopic sites on the surface and light of predetermined wave length is directed toward the surface, the fluorescing molecules are activated and fluoresce.


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Ward Edward Schultz, Harry Davis Smith Jr, Philip France McKinlay: Combination of epithermal and inelastic neutron scattering methods to locate coal and oil shale zones. Texaco, T H Whaley, C G Ries, William J Beard, March 30, 1976: US03947683 (230 worldwide citation)

A pulsed source of high energy neutrons is used to irradiate the earth formations in the vicinity of a well borehole. Gamma rays produced by the inelastic scattering of the fast neutrons are observed in four energy regions of the gamma ray energy spectrum corresponding to the inelastic scattering of ...


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Harold J Vinegar, Scott L Wellington: High resolution tomographic imaging method. Shell Oil Company, January 6, 1987: US04635197 (227 worldwide citation)

A method for use with a computerized axial tomographic scanner (CAT) of providing an image of a sample that has spatial resolution in the axial direction that is smaller than the width of the X-ray beam of the CAT. The sample is scanned at a plurality of points in a plurality of cross sections that ...


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Hisatoyo Kato, Masamitsu Ishida, Seiji Matsumoto: Gradation processing method and apparatus for radiation image recording system. Fuji Photo Film, Gerald J Ferguson Jr, Joseph J Baker, June 30, 1981: US04276473 (218 worldwide citation)

In a radiation image recording system in which a radiation image is once recorded in a stimulable phosphor and then read out and reproduced on a recording material, the gradation of the radiation image is processed to enhance the diagnostic efficiency and accuracy of the image. The radiation image i ...


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Alan L Huston, Brian L Justus: Glass matrix doped with activated luminescent nanocrystalline particles. December 17, 1996: US05585640 (187 worldwide citation)

A luminescent glass includes nanocrystalline semiconductor particles, such as ZnS nanocrystals, and an activator, such as copper, for the particles. The glass is made by depositing the nanocrystalline semiconductor particles and the activator within a porous glass matrix, such as 7930 Vycor.TM. and ...


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Edgar Haber: Composition and method for determining the size and location of myocardial infarcts. The Massachusetts General Hospital, July 19, 1977: US04036945 (177 worldwide citation)

Radioactive labelled antibody for cardiac myosin is injected intravenously after cardiac occlusion and is specifically absorbed in infarcted myocardium, as are radioactive labelled lower molecular weight fragments of the antibody such as (Fab').sub.2, (Fab'), and (Fv). The location and size of the m ...


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Isaac J Landa: Rapid and automatic fluorescence immunoassay analyzer for multiple micro-samples. Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner, December 2, 1986: US04626684 (151 worldwide citation)

An apparatus uses a rapid and efficient method for conducting fluorescence measurements, such as immuno assay, of a plurality of samples of a substance using pulsed or continuous light energy, front-end fluorescent optics, a mechanism which allows for lateral and tranverse scanning of rows and colum ...



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