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IP Roundup: Panasonic, Illumina, HTG Molecular, Honeywell International, Bio-Rad, Ventana Medical Systems, and Others

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Title: Biosensor, thin film electrode forming method, quantification apparatus, and quantification method.
Patent Number: 8,741,124
Filed: Feb. 27, 2013
Lead Inventor: Shoji Miyazaki, Panasonic


Title: Using populations of beads for the fabrication of arrays on surfaces.
Patent Number: 8,741,571
Filed: March 13, 2013
Lead Inventor: Roberto Rigatti, Illumina


Title: Quantitative nuclease protection assay (QNPA) and sequencing (QNPS) improvements.
Patent Number: 8,741,564
Filed: April 26, 2012
Lead Inventor: Bruce Seligmann, HTG Molecular Diagnostics


Title: Oligonucleotide microarray for identification of pathogens.
Patent Number: 8,741,565
Filed: Dec. 28, 2006
Lead Inventor: Yuandong Gu, Honeywell International


Title: Methods of detecting targets on an array.
Patent Number: 8,741,630
Filed: Dec. 17, 2010
Lead Inventor: Todd Dickinson, Illumina


Title: Surface plasmon resonance sensor.
Patent Number: 8,743,369
Filed: Aug. 14, 2013
Lead Inventor: Boaz Ran, Bio-Rad Laboratories


Title: Digital microscope slide scanning system and methods.
Patent Number: 8,743,213
Filed: Dec. 7, 2011
Lead Inventor: Lokesh Tatke, Ventana Medical Systems


Title: Force feedback leveling of tip arrays for nanolithography.
Patent Number: 8,745,761
Filed: Dec. 3, 2010
Lead Inventor: Chad Mirkin, Northwestern University

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