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Woodhams; Barry J.
Fribourg, CH
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
5866425 Calibrator for prothrombin time (PT) assays February 2, 1999
This invention pertains to a PT Assay Calibrator and a method of preparing a PT Assay Calibrator including a coagulation factor such as recombinant FVII or recombinant FVIIa that will allow preparation of PT calibration curves with values about 100% and which will give results analogous
5308756 Protein S chromogenic assay May 3, 1994
A chromogenic assay for determination of Protein S, using an indicator of Factor Xa as a measure of Protein S concentration. This technique utilizes the dependency of activated Protein C on Protein S in order to inactivate a known portion of Factor VIII. Residual Factor VIII is then acti

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