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Inventor:
Clarke; David J.
Address:
Wiltshire, GB
No. of patents:
3
Patents:












Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
4876504 Apparatus for investigating the condition of a bacteria containing suspension through frequency October 24, 1989
A method of investigating the condition of biological particles, in particular the fraction of viable cells in a bacteria population involves applying a voltage and monitoring the voltage induced by magnetic induction in a detector coil. The applied voltage is of a variable frequency
4848139 Determining amount of biological material July 18, 1989
Apparatus for determining the amount of biological material in a fluid medium, typically the concentration of bacteria in a fermentation chamber, has a test cell through which a medium can be passed with bacteria or after bacteria have been removed by filtration. In the test cell a v
4810963 Method for investigating the condition of a bacterial suspension through frequency profile of el March 7, 1989
A method of investigating the condition of biological particles, in particular the fraction of viable cells in a bacteria population involves applying a voltage and monitoring the voltage induced by magnetic induction in a detector coil. The applied voltage is of a variable frequency










 
 
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