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Roger W Giese: Molecular analytical release tags and their use in chemical analysis. Northeastern University, Weingarten Schurgin Gagnebin & Hayes, November 1, 1994: US05360819 (60 worldwide citation)

A release tag reagent suitable for use in the chemical analysis of a substance to be detected, which substance contains reactive groups, such as for, but not limited to gas phase detection groups, which reagent comprises three covalently bonded groups: a signal group which on release provides a keto ...


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Roger W Giese: Molecular analytical release tags and their use in chemical analysis. Northeastern University, Weingarten Schurgin Gagnebin & Hayes, November 24, 1987: US04709016 (53 worldwide citation)

A new class of chemical reagents called release tags which comprise signal, release and reactivity groups is disclosed and a release tag involving a pentafluorobenzoyl signal group, a methionylamide release group, and an active ester reactivity group is used to analyze the hormone, thyroxine, in ser ...


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Roger W Giese, Samy Abdel Baky, Kariman Allam: Molecular analytical release tags and their use in chemical analysis. Northeastern University, Weingarten Schurgin Gagnebin & Hayes, July 22, 1997: US05650270 (43 worldwide citation)

Analytical reagents designated "release tags", for labeling molecular species with a highly detectable signal group which can be released in the form of a volatile compound at a desired point in an analytical procedure. In one embodiment, the release tags have the formula


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Giese Roger W: Reactif danalyse moleculaire et application dans les analyses chimiques, Molecular analytical release tags and their use in chemical analysis. Northeastern University, R WILLIAM WRAY & ASSOCIATES, December 6, 1988: CA1246058

ABSTRACT A new class of chemical reagents called release tagswhich comprise signal, release and reactivity groups isdisclosed and a release tag involving a pentafluorobenzoylsignal group, a methionylamide release group, and an activeester reactivity group is used to analyze the hormone,thyroxine, in ...



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