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J Fleming Dias, Ganapati R Mauze: Noninvasive blood chemistry measurement method and system. Hewlett Packard Co, John L Imperato, October 27, 1998: US05827181 (175 worldwide citation)

A noninvasive blood chemistry measurement method and system isolate measurement contributions due to a patient's blood to accurately measure blood chemistry. In accordance with a first preferred embodiment of the present invention a noninvasive blood chemistry measurement method decreases the blood ...


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John Hedger Priest, Eric Michael Nelson: Dry reagent test strip comprising benzidine dye precursor and antipyrine compound. Mercury Diagnostics, Burns Doane Swecker & Mathis, October 20, 1998: US05824491 (171 worldwide citation)

A dry reagent test strip for determining the concentration of an analyte in a liquid sample is described. The test strip has a matrix containing reagent detection chemistry, which includes an oxidase enzyme that can utilize the analyte as a substrate forming hydrogen peroxide, a benzidine dye precur ...


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Mei Chang, David N K Wang, John M White, Dan Maydan: Inlet manifold and methods for increasing gas dissociation and for PECVD of dielectric films. Applied Materials, Flehr Hohbach Test Albritton & Herbert, August 8, 1989: US04854263 (170 worldwide citation)

An inlet gas manifold for a vacuum deposition chamber incorporates inlet apertures which increase in diameter or cross-section transverse to the direction of gas flow. The aperture configuration increases the dissociation gases such as nitrogen and, thus increases the rate of silicon nitride deposit ...


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Dale R Pfost, Torleif O Bjornson, Robert M Coppock, Carl Kowalski, Samuel A Marquiss, Donald S Murray, R Fred Pfost, Brian Sanford, Katherine L Puckett: Automated multi-purpose analytical chemistry processing center and laboratory work station. Beckman Instruments, William H May, Paul R Harder, April 14, 1992: US05104621 (169 worldwide citation)

An automated multi-purpose analytical chemistry processing center and laboratory work station having a movable table for supporting microtiter plates and other fluid receptacles, a movable arm, and a modular mobile pod affixed for reciprocal movement along the arm. The workstation combines into a si ...


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J Wallace Parce: Fourier detection of species migrating in a microchannel. Caliper Technologies, Townsend and Townsend and Crew, December 16, 1997: US05699157 (167 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a microfluidic system for fast, accurate and low cost electrophoretic analysis of materials in the fields of chemistry, biochemistry, biotechnology, molecular biology and numerous other fields. Light from periodically spaced regions along a channel in the microfluidic ...


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Stephen P A Fodor, Lubert Stryer, James L Winkler, Christopher P Holmes, Dennis W Solas: Photolabile nucleoside and peptide protecting groups. Affymax Technologies, Townsend and Townsend and Crew, February 6, 1996: US05489678 (166 worldwide citation)

A synthetic strategy for the creation of large scale chemical diversity. Solid-phase chemistry, photolabile protecting groups, and photolithography are used to achieve light-directed spatially-addressable parallel chemical synthesis. Binary masking techniques are utilized in one embodiment. A reacto ...


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Richard W Baker, Roger L Funk: Self-calibrating single-use sensing device for clinical chemistry and method of use. SenTech Medical Corporation, Kinney & Lange, March 31, 1987: US04654127 (166 worldwide citation)

A single-use sensing device for a clinical chemistry analyzer system includes a carrier which supports a capillary passage. Species selective sensors are located within a test chamber portion of the capillary passage. A rotatable multichamber reservoir having a calibrant chamber for holding calibran ...


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Matthias Ilg, Markus Kirchhoff, Christoph Werner: Uniform distribution of reactants in a device layer. Siemens Aktiengesellschaft, Dexter K Chin, September 15, 1998: US05807792 (166 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for forming a multi-constituent device layer on a wafer surface are disclosed. The multi-constituent device layer is formed by flowing a first chemistry comprising a first constituent and a second chemistry comprising a second constituent via a segmented delivery system into a ...


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John Wallace Parce, Michael R Knapp, Calvin Y H Chow, Luc Bousse: Controlled fluid transport in microfabricated polymeric substrates. Caliper Technologies, Matthew B Murphy, Stacy Landry, Law Offices of Jonathan Alan Quine, May 29, 2001: US06238538 (165 worldwide citation)

Microfluidic devices are provided for the performance of chemical and biochemical analyses, syntheses and detection. The devices of the invention combine precise fluidic control systems with microfabricated polymeric substrates to provide accurate, low cost miniaturized analytical devices that have ...


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Uziel Landau, John J D Urso, David B Rear: Electro deposition chemistry. Applied Materials, Thomason Moser & Patterson, September 5, 2000: US06113771 (165 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides plating solutions, particularly metal plating solutions, designed to provide uniform coatings on substrates and to provide substantially defect free filling of small features, e.g., micron scale features and smaller, formed on substrates with none or low supporting ele ...



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