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Clyde P Glover, James E Ferris, Robert J Meyer, Edward Muka: Method and apparatus for chemical analysis. Eastman Kodak Company, D D Schaper, September 23, 1980: US04224032 (82 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus are disclosed for performing chemical analysis on selected fluids. The apparatus comprises a turntable which carries a plurality of cartridges containing test slides. A transfer mechanism is adapted to receive a slide from a selected cartridge, transport the slide to a meterin ...


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John C Mazza, William A Stark, Richard A Scribner, Stephen L Frye, Kempton H Hardiman: Automated chemical analyzer with apparatus and method for conveying and temporary storage of sample tubes. Baxter Diagnostics, Mark J Buonaiuto, Paul C Flattery, September 27, 1994: US05350564 (80 worldwide citation)

An automated chemical analyzer includes an automated conveyor apparatus for receiving a variety of sizes of test tubes, cuvettes, and sample tubes in a standard carrier member receivable into the analyzer. The standard carrier members may be interlocked in ranks and placed side by side in file to re ...


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Alfredo Choperena, Ross Krogh, Venkatesh Prasad, Gershon Giter: Device for automatic chemical analysis. Pasteur Sanofi Diagnostics, Fredrikson & Byron, January 10, 1995: US05380487 (79 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides an analyzer which permits clinical analysis of samples for multiple analytes with a variety of assay protocols in a multiple chronology sequence while operating on a predetermined fizzed length cycle method of timing control. In this analyzer, assay resources (e.g. an ...


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Alfredo Choperena, Ross Krogh, Venkatesh Prasad, Gershon Giter: Device for automatic chemical analysis. Pasteur Sanofi Diagnostics, Fredrikson & Byron P A, December 8, 1998: US05846491 (78 worldwide citation)

This invention provides an automated chemical analyzer capable of automatically analyzing a plurality of samples for at least two different analytes. The analyzer includes a plurality of assay resource stations and an analyzer control means. Each assay resource station includes an assay resource cap ...


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Huntington W Curtis, Robert M Kellogg, Kerry W Kissinger, Robert P Mappes, Emery J Stephans: Chemical analysis system including a test package and rotor combination. International Business Machines Corporation, Thomas J Kilgannon, June 28, 1983: US04390499 (77 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for carrying out in situ chemical analysis of biological fluids is disclosed. A test package adapted for use with spinning rotor includes a sample-compartment, an integral cuvette and compartments for prepackaged reagents. The latter are adapted to be introduced via breakable seals into th ...


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Rodolfo R Rodriguez, Eugene K Achter, Carlton D Deaton, Herbert Goldsmith, Horton E Dorman: Modular chemical analysis system. Baxter Travenol Laboratories, Henry W Collins, Joseph T Downey, Thomas R Vigil, September 25, 1979: US04169125 (73 worldwide citation)

The modular chemical analysis system includes a first module or sample preparation apparatus for preparing sample solutions, a second module including a nephelometer apparatus comprising a stationary flow cell, mechanisms for moving sample solutions into and out of the flow cell, light generating me ...


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Tomiharu Minekane: Automatic chemical analyzing apparatus. Kabushiki Kaisha Toshiba, Oblon Fisher Spivak McClelland & Maier, February 28, 1989: US04808380 (72 worldwide citation)

An automatic chemical analysis apparatus having a plurality of separate reagent containers placed inside of an annular array of reaction cuvettes. The reagent containers are arranged so as to be selectively accessible for dispensing a required reagent into a respective cuvette. At a predetermined po ...


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Colin D Corrigan, Lawrence V Haley: Explosive detection screening system. Research Corporation Technologies, Scully Scott Murphy & Presser, May 5, 1992: US05109691 (71 worldwide citation)

An explosive detection screening system used for the detection of explosives and other controlled substances such as drugs or narcotics. The screening system detects the vapor and/or particulate emissions from the aforementioned substances and reports that they are present on an individual or object ...


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Colin D Corrigan, Lawrence V Haley, Douglas P Menagh: Exposive detection screening system. Research Corporation Technologies, Scully Scott Murphy & Presser, January 29, 1991: US04987767 (69 worldwide citation)

An explosive detection screening system used for the detection of explosives and other controlled substances such as drugs or narcotics. The screening system detects the vapor and/or particulate emissions from the aforementioned substances and reports that they are present on an individual or object ...


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Harold G Craighead: Multiple optical channels for chemical analysis. Cornell Research Foundation, Jones Tullar & Cooper P C, April 10, 2001: US06214246 (68 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for optical analysis of a sample material includes a channel block incorporating microfabricated channels and an integral gel material. Illuminating optics direct light to the sample material and light reflected from, refracted by and/or emitted by the sample is collected by collection opt ...



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