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Keith Everett
Keith Everett: Plate and method for high throughput screening. Biolex Therapeutics, Alston & Bird, February 5, 2008: US07326385

A multiple well plate and method for media exchange, including a body defining a plurality of cell wells each connected via a channel to one of a plurality of aspiration holes, is provided. The cell wells contain a porous, hydrophilic frit which is suspended on a ledge above a reservoir of fluid med ...


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Keith Everett
Keith Everett: Plate and method for high throughput screening. Biolex Therapeutics, Alston & Bird, May 1, 2008: US20080098585-A1

A multiple well plate and method for media exchange, including a body defining a plurality of cell wells each connected via a channel to one of a plurality of aspiration holes, is provided. The cell wells contain a porous, hydrophilic frit which is suspended on a ledge above a reservoir of fluid med ...


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Keith Everett
Keith Everett: Plate and method for high throughput screening. Biolex, Alston & Bird, Bank Of America Plaza, February 6, 2003: US20030026738-A1

A multiple well plate and method for media exchange, including a body defining a plurality of cell wells each connected via a channel to one of a plurality of aspiration holes, is provided. The cell wells contain a porous, hydrophilic frit which is suspended on a ledge above a reservoir of fluid med ...


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Keith Everett
Keith Everett: Plate and method for high throughput screening. Biolex Therapeutics, Alston & Bird, May 1, 2008: US20080102518-A1

A multiple well plate and method for media exchange, including a body defining a plurality of cell wells each connected via a channel to one of a plurality of aspiration holes, is provided. The cell wells contain a porous, hydrophilic frit which is suspended on a ledge above a reservoir of fluid med ...


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Keith Everett
Keith Everett: Plate and method for high throughput screening. Biolex Therapeutics, Alston & Bird, April 24, 2008: US20080096269-A1

A multiple well plate and method for media exchange, including a body defining a plurality of cell wells each connected via a channel to one of a plurality of aspiration holes, is provided. The cell wells contain a porous, hydrophilic frit which is suspended on a ledge above a reservoir of fluid med ...


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Keith Everett
Keith Everett: Plate and method for high throughput screening. Biolex Therapeutics, Alston & Bird, April 24, 2008: US20080096272-A1

A multiple well plate and method for media exchange, including a body defining a plurality of cell wells each connected via a channel to one of a plurality of aspiration holes, is provided. The cell wells contain a porous, hydrophilic frit which is suspended on a ledge above a reservoir of fluid med ...


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Keith Everett
Keith Everett: Plate and method for high throughput screening. Biolex Therapeutics, Alston & Bird, April 24, 2008: US20080096270-A1

A multiple well plate and method for media exchange, including a body defining a plurality of cell wells each connected via a channel to one of a plurality of aspiration holes, is provided. The cell wells contain a porous, hydrophilic frit which is suspended on a ledge above a reservoir of fluid med ...


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Everett Keith: Plate and method for high throughput screening. Biolex, June 16, 2004: EP1427528-A2

A multiple well plate and method for media exchange, including a body defining a plurality of cell wells each connected via a channel to one of a plurality of aspiration holes, is provided. The cell wells contain a porous, hydrophilic frit which is suspended on a ledge above a reservoir of fluid med ...


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Everett Keith: Plate and method for high throughput screening. Biolex, Everett Keith, CARLIN Gregory J, December 5, 2002: WO/2002/097029

A multiple well plate and method for media exchange, including a body defining a plurality of cell wells each connected via a channel to one of a plurality of aspiration holes, is provided. The cell wells contain a porous, hydrophilic frit which is suspended on a ledge above a reservoir of fluid med ...



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