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Inventor:
Litman; David J.
Address:
Mountain View, CA
No. of patents:
9
Patents:












Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
5432057 Simultaneous calibration heterogeneous immunoassay July 11, 1995
An assay method and compositions are provided for determining the presence of an analyte in a sample. The analyte is a member of an immunological pair (mip) comprising ligand and receptor. By providing a first measurement surface capable of specifically binding a labelled reagent in
5342759 Simultaneous calibration heterogeneous immunoassay August 30, 1994
An assay method and compositions are provided for determining the presence of an analyte in a sample. The analyte is a member of an immunological pair (mip) comprising ligand and receptor. By providing a first measurement surface capable of specifically binding a labelled reagent in
5156953 Simultaneous calibration heterogeneous immunoassay October 20, 1992
An assay method and compositions are provided for determining the presence of an analyte in a sample. The analyte is a member of an immunological pair (mip) comprising ligand and receptor. By providing a first measurement surface capable of specifically binding a labelled reagent in
4849338 Simultaneous calibration heterogeneous immunoassay July 18, 1989
An assay method and compositions are provided for determining the presence of an analyte in a sample. The analyte is a member of an immunological pair (mip) comprising ligand and receptor. By providing a first measurement surface capable of specifically binding a labelled reagent in
4843000 Simultaneous calibration heterogeneous immunoassay June 27, 1989
An assay method and compositions are provided for determining the presence of an analyte in a sample. The analyte is a member of an immunological pair (mip) comprising ligand and receptor. By providing a first measurement surface capable of specifically binding a labelled reagent in
4654300 Fluorescent microbead quenching assay March 31, 1987
Method and compositions for performing immunoassays having conjugated fluorescent particles and conjugated catalyst where the particles and catalysts are conjugated to members of a specific binding pair. Bound to the fluorescent particle is a catalyst, usually enzyme, member of a signal
4540659 Simultaneous calibration heterogeneous immunoassay September 10, 1985
An assay method and compositions are provided for determining the presence of an analyte in a sample. The analyte is a member of an immunological pair (mip) comprising ligand and receptor. By providing a first measurement surface capable of specifically binding a labelled reagent in
4533629 Simultaneous calibration heterogeneous immunoassay August 6, 1985
An assay method and compositions are provided for determining the presence of an analyte in a sample. The analyte is a member of an immunological pair (mip) comprising ligand and receptor. By providing a first measurement surface capable of specifically binding a labelled reagent in
4435504 Immunochromatographic assay with support having bound "MIP" and second enzyme March 6, 1984
Chromatographic immunoassay employing a specific binding pair member and a label conjugate which delineates a border whose distance from one end of the chromatograph relates to the amount of analyte present. By combining the label conjugate and sample in a solution and immunochromatograp










 
 
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