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Bio-Rad Laboratories has received US Patent No. 7,517,496, “Latex based adsorbent chip.” The patent describes an adsorbent chip, which includes a substrate, an intermediate layer of linker arms, and an adsorbent film, which is attached to the linker arms. The adsorbent film is made up of adsorbent particles, each of which includes a binding functionality. The patent also provides a method of making the chips, in which the substrate-intermediate film cassette is formed and the adsorbent film is subsequently immobilized.

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