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Mark G Allen, Mark R Prausnitz, Devin V McAllister, Florent Paul Marcel Cros: Microneedle devices and methods of manufacture and use thereof. Georgia Tech Research Corporation, Sutherland Asbill & Brennan, January 1, 2002: US06334856 (605 worldwide citation)

Microneedle devices are provided for transport of therapeutic and biological molecules across tissue barriers and for use as microflameholders. In a preferred embodiment for transport across tissue, the microneedles are formed of a biodegradable polymer. Methods of making these devices, which can in ...


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Prausnitz Mark R, Lee Jeong Woo: Microneedle devices and methods of drug delivery or fluid withdrawal. Georgia Tech Researh Corporation, Prausnitz Mark R, Lee Jeong Woo, KING Kevin W, January 24, 2008: WO/2008/011625 (22 worldwide citation)

Microneedle devices and methods of manufacture and use thereof are provided. In one embodiment, a device is provided for sustained delivery of drug across or into a biological barrier, such as skin. The device may include a base substrate which comprises a drug dispersed in a matrix material; and on ...


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Prausnitz Mark R, Allen Mark G, Mcallister Devin V, Henry Sebastien, Cros Florent Paul Marcel: Microneedle devices and methods of manufacture and use thereof. Georgia Tech Research Corporation, PABST Patrea L, December 16, 1999: WO/1999/064580 (7 worldwide citation)

Microneedle devices are provided for transport of therapeutic and biological molecules across tissue barriers. In a preferred embodiment, the microneedle devices permit drug delivery (or removal or sensing of body fluids) at clinically relevant rates across skin or other tissue barriers, without dam ...


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Mark G Allen, Mark R Prausnitz, Devin V McAllister, Florent Paul Marcel Cros: Microneedle devices and methods of manufacture and use thereof. Georgia Tech Research Corporation, King & Spalding, April 29, 2014: US08708966 (2 worldwide citation)

Microneedle devices are provided for transport of molecules across tissue barriers and for use as microflameholders. In a preferred embodiment for transport across tissue, the microneedles are formed of a biodegradable polymer. Methods of making these devices, which can include hollow and/or porous ...


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Prausnitz Mark R, Allen Mark G, Mcallister Devin V, Henry Sebastien, Cros Florent Paul Marcel: Dispositifs a microaiguilles et procedes de fabrication et dutilisation correspondants, Microneedle devices and methods of manufacture and use thereof. Georgia Tech Research Corporation, Georgia Tech Research Corporation, SMART & BIGGAR, December 16, 1999: CA2330207 (2 worldwide citation)

Microneedle devices for transport of therapeutic and diagnostic materials and/or energy across tissue barriers, and methods for manufacturing the devices, are provided. The microneedles are hollow and/or porous and have diameters between about l0nm and lmm. The microneedle devices permit drug delive ...


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Prausnitz Mark R, Lee Jeong Woo: Microneedle devices and methods of drug delivery or fluid withdrawal. Georgia Tech Research Corporation, Prausnitz Mark R, Lee Jeong Woo, KING Kevin W, July 30, 2009: WO/2009/094394 (2 worldwide citation)

Microneedle devices and methods of manufacture and use thereof are prov ided. The devices may be used in controlled delivery- of drug across or into a biological barrier, such as skin, or fluid withdrawal from a biological barrier. Tn one case, the device includes a base substrate which comprises a ...


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Mark G Allen, Mark R Prausnitz, Devin V McAllister, Florent Paul Marcel Cros: Microneedle devices and methods of manufacture and use thereof. Sutherland Asbill & Brennan, September 26, 2002: US20020138049-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

Microneedle devices are provided for transport of therapeutic and biological molecules across tissue barriers and for use as microflameholders. In a preferred embodiment for transport across tissue, the microneedles are formed of a biodegradable polymer. Methods of making these devices, which can in ...


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Prausnitz Mark R, Allen Mark G, Mcallister Devin V, Henry Sebastien, Cros Florent Paul Marcel: Microneedle devices and methods of manufacture and use thereof. Georgia Tech Res Inst, March 28, 2001: EP1086214-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

Microneedle devices are provided for transport of therapeutic and biological molecules across tissue barriers. In a preferred embodiment, the microneedle devices permit drug delivery (or removal or sensing of body fluids) at clinically relevant rates across skin or other tissue barriers, without dam ...


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Howard Bernstein, Donald E Chickering III, Douglas A Levinson, David R Walt, Shawn Davis, Ramin Haghgooie, Robert S Langer, Timothy M Blicharz: Devices and techniques associated with diagnostics, therapies, and other applications, including skin-associated applications. Seventh Sense Biosystems, Wolf Greenfield & Sacks P C, October 3, 2017: US09775551

The present invention generally relates to devices and techniques associated with diagnostics, therapies, and other applications, including skin-associated applications, for example, devices for delivering and/or withdrawing fluid from subjects, e.g., through the skin. In some embodiments, the devic ...


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Javier Gonzalez Zugasti, A David Boccuti, Donald E Chickering III, Mark Michelman, Ramin Haghgooie, Shawn Davis, Scott James, Maisam Dadgar, Greg Fisher, Richard L Miller, Christopher J Morse, Howard Bernstein, Douglas A Levinson: Delivering and/or receiving fluids. Seventh Sense Biosystems, Wolf Greenfield & Sacks P C, August 15, 2017: US09730624

The present invention generally relates to receiving bodily fluid through a device opening. In one aspect, the device includes a flow activator arranged to cause fluid to be released from a subject. A deployment actuator may actuate the flow activator in a deployment direction, which may in turn cau ...