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Volker Zimmer: Capillary active test element having an intermediate layer situated between the support and the covering. Roche Diagnostics, Jill L Woodburn, Justin Sage, July 3, 2007: US07238534 (112 worldwide citation)

The invention concerns a device for withdrawing samples of liquid samples for analytical elements. The capillary-device channel is essentially formed by a carrier, a cover and optionally an intermediate layer between the cover and carrier. A notch is located in one of the surfaces forming the channe ...


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Zimmer Volker: Capillary active test element having an intermediate layer situated between the support and the covering. Roche Diagnostics, September 20, 2000: EP1035920-A1 (6 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a device for collecting samples of liquid test samples for analytic elements in which the test sample is transported from a sampling location to the determination location via a capillary active canal. The capillary active canal is essentially produced by a carrier, a coveri ...


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Volker Zimmer: Capillary active test element having an intermediate layer situated between the support and the covering. Roche Diagnostics, Woodard Emhardt Moriarty McNett & Henry, September 21, 2010: US07799578 (1 worldwide citation)

The invention concerns a device and method for withdrawing samples of liquid samples for analytical elements. The device includes a carrier and a cover with a surface that cooperates with a surface of the carrier to form a channel. The channel has an opening defined by at least one edge. At least on ...


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Zimmer Volker: Element danalyse a action capillaire avec couche intermediaire situee entre le support et le revetement, Capillary active test element having an intermediate layer situated between the support and the covering. Roche Diagnostics, Roche Diagnostics, OGILVY RENAULT SENCRLSRL, June 17, 1999: CA2310762 (1 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a device for collecting samples of liquid test samples for analytic elements in which the test sample is transported from a sampling location to the determination location via a capillary active canal. The capillary active canal is essentially produced by a carrier, a coveri ...


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V Zimmer: Capillary active test element having an intermediate layer situated between the support and the covering. Roche Diagnostics, lu xinhua, April 4, 2001: CN98813487

The invention relates to a device for collecting samples of liquid test samples for analytic elements in which the test sample is transported from a sampling location to the determination location via a capillary active canal. The capillary active canal is essentially produced by a carrier, a coveri ...


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Volker Zimmer: Capillary active test element having an intermediate layer situated between the support and the covering. The Law Office Of Jill L Woodburn, Jill L Woodburn, November 22, 2007: US20070266803-A1

The invention concerns a device and method for withdrawing samples of liquid samples for analytical elements. The device includes a carrier and a cover with a surface that cooperates with a surface of the carrier to form a channel. The channel has an opening defined by at least one edge. At least on ...


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Zimmer Volker: (De) Kapillaraktives testelement mit zwischenschicht zwischen träger und abdeckung, (En) Capillary active test element having an intermediate layer situated between the support and the covering. Roche Diagnostics, Zimmer Volker, ROCHE DIAGNOSTICS, June 17, 1999: WO/1999/029428

(EN) The invention relates to a device for collecting samples of liquid test samples for analytic elements in which the test sample is transported from a sampling location to the determination location via a capillary active canal. The capillary active canal is essentially produced by a carrier, a c ...


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Zimmer Volker: Capillary active test element having an intermediate layer situated between the support and the covering. Roche Diagnostics, April 25, 2001: KR1020007006012

The invention relates to a device for collecting samples of liquid test samples for analytic elements in which the test sample is transported from a sampling location to the determination location via a capillary active canal. The capillary active canal is essentially produced by a carrier, a coveri ...


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