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James Say, Michael F Tomasco, Adam Heller, Yoram Gal, Behrad Aria, Ephraim Heller, Phillip John Plante, Mark S Vreeke: Electrochemical analyte. E Heller & Company, Merchant & Gould P C, October 17, 2000: US06134461 (1173 worldwide citation)

An electrochemical analyte sensor formed using conductive traces on a substrate can be used for determining and/or monitoring a level of analyte in in vitro or in vivo analyte-containing fluids. For example, an implantable sensor may be used for the continuous or automatic monitoring of a level of a ...


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James Say, Michael F Tomasco, Adam Heller, Yoram Gal, Behrad Aria, Ephraim Heller, Phillip John Plante, Mark S Vreeke: Electrochemical analyte sensor. TheraSense, Merchant & Gould P C, November 19, 2002: US06484046 (1002 worldwide citation)

An electrochemical analyte sensor having conductive traces on a substrate is used to determine a level of analyte in in vitro or in vivo analyte-containing fluids. The electrochemical analyte sensor includes a substrate and conductive material disposed on the substrate, the conductive material formi ...


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Adam Heller, Michael V Pishko: Electrochemical analyte measurement system. E Heller & Company, Merchant & Gould P C, September 19, 2000: US06121009 (984 worldwide citation)

A small diameter flexible electrode designed for subcutaneous in vivo amperometric monitoring of glucose is described. The electrode is designed to allow "one-point" in vivo calibration, i.e., to have zero output current at zero glucose concentration, even in the presence of other electroreactive sp ...


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Adam Heller, Michael V Pishko: Electrochemical analyte measurement system. E Heller & Company, Merchant & Gould P C, July 4, 2000: US06083710 (924 worldwide citation)

A small diameter flexible electrode designed for subcutaneous in vivo amperometric monitoring of glucose is described. The electrode is designed to allow "one-point" in vivo calibration, i.e., to have zero output current at zero glucose concentration, even in the presence of other electroreactive sp ...


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Adam Heller, Mark S Vreeke: Electrochemical analyte sensors using thermostable peroxidase. E Heller & Company, Merchant Gould Smith Edell Welter & Schmidt P A, October 26, 1999: US05972199 (711 worldwide citation)

A sensor for the detection and measurement of an analyte in a biofluid. The sensor includes two enzymes. One type of sensor measures the concentration of hydrogen peroxide using a thermostable peroxidase enzyme that is immobilized in a redox hydrogel to form a sensing layer on a working electrode. T ...


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Eric R Diebold, Richard J Kordal, Nigel A Surridge, Christopher D Wilsey: Electrochemical sensor. Boehringer Mannheim Corporation, D Michael Young, Max J Kenemore, Marilyn L Amick, August 1, 1995: US05437999 (641 worldwide citation)

A method for fabricating high-resolution, biocompatible electrodes is disclosed, allowing production of an electrochemical sensor which is capable of precise analyte concentration determination on a very small sample size. Electrically conducting material is affixed to a first insulating substrate. ...


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Peter Simpson, James Brauker, Victoria Carr Brendel, Paul Goode, Mark Tapsak: Systems and methods for improving electrochemical analyte sensors. DexCom, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, July 25, 2006: US07081195 (500 worldwide citation)

An analyte-measuring device, particularly an electrochemical sensor, is provided for measuring current values at multiple bias potential settings to assess the quality of the analyte measurement, identify interference in the signal, and calculate substantially interference-free analyte concentration ...


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James Say, Michael F Tomasco, Adam Heller, Yoram Gal, Behrad Aria, Ephraim Heller, Phillip John Plante, Mark S Vreeke: Electrochemical analyte sensor. Abbott Diabetes Care, Merchant & Gould P C, February 21, 2006: US07003340 (431 worldwide citation)

An electrochemical analyte sensor formed using conductive traces on a substrate can be used for determining and/or monitoring a level of analyte in in vitro or in vivo analyte-containing fluids. For example, an implantable sensor may be used for the continuous or automatic monitoring of a level of a ...


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Adam Heller, Gregg L Kenausis, Qiang Chen, Mark S Vreeke: Electrochemical analyte sensors using thermostable soybean peroxidase. TheraSense, Merchant & Gould P C, February 10, 2004: US06689265 (406 worldwide citation)

A sensor for the detection and measurement of an analyte in a biofluid. The sensor includes two enzymes. One type of sensor measures the concentration of hydrogen peroxide using a thermostable peroxidase enzyme that is immobilized in a redox hydrogel to form a sensing layer on a working electrode. T ...


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Piet H C Moerman, Jerome F McAleer, Matthias Stiene: Combined lancet and electrochemical analyte-testing apparatus. Diabetes Diagnostics, March 16, 2004: US06706159 (289 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for detection and quantitation of an electrochemically-detectable analyte, such as glucose, in blood or interstitial fluid includes a meter unit, a lancet and an electrochemical sensor. Of these components, the meter is preferably reusable, while the lancet and the electrochemical senso ...