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Kelly G Ammann, Ralph E Burns, Ernest V Hansberry, Glenn A Horner, Cheryl A Jakub, John E Kling, Donald J Nieglos, Robert E Schneider, Robert J Smith: Automated process for detecting the presence of a target nucleic acid in a sample. Gen Probe Incorporated, Charles B Cappellari, Richard Wydeven, July 14, 2009: US07560255 (37 worldwide citation)

An automated process for detecting the presence of a target nucleic acid in a sample. The process includes contacting a sample with a magnetically-responsive solid support and immobilizing a target nucleic acid present in the sample on the solid support. At a first station of an analyzer, the solid ...


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Kelly G Ammann, Ralph E Burns, Ernest V Hansberry, Glenn A Horner, Cheryl A Jakub, John E Kling, Donald J Nieglos, Robert E Schneider, Robert J Smith: Automated process for detecting the presence of a target nucleic acid in a sample. Gen Probe Incorporated, Charles B Cappellari, Richard Wydeven, April 28, 2009: US07524652 (30 worldwide citation)

An automated process performed in an analyzer for detecting the presence of a target nucleic acid in a sample. The process includes separating the target nucleic acid from other material present in the sample, performing an amplification reaction to produce an amplification product indicative of the ...


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Kelly G Ammann, Ralph E Burns, Ernest V Hansberry, Glenn A Horner, Cheryl A Jakub, John E Kling, Donald J Nieglos, Robert E Schneider, Robert J Smith: Automated process for detecting the presence of a target nucleic acid in a sample. Gen Probe Incorporated, Charles B Cappellari, Richard Wydeven, January 27, 2009: US07482143 (30 worldwide citation)

An automated process for detecting the presence of a target nucleic acid in a sample. The process is performed in a stand-alone unit and includes separating the target nucleic acid from other material present in the sample, engaging a robotic pipettor to combine the separated target nucleic acid and ...


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Kelly G Ammann, Ralph E Burns, Ernest V Hansberry, Glenn A Horner, Cheryl A Jakub, John E Kling, Donald J Nieglos, Robert E Schneider, Robert J Smith: Automated process for detecting the presence of a target nucleic acid in a sample. Gen Probe Incorporated, Charles B Cappellari, Richard Wydeven, July 14, 2009: US07560256 (29 worldwide citation)

An automated process for detecting the presence of a target nucleic acid in a sample. The process includes separating the target nucleic acid from other material present in the sample at a first station, transferring the separated target nucleic acid from the first station to a second station using ...