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Life Technologies (Thermo Fisher Scientific) has been awarded

Title: Biosensor, thin film electrode forming method, quantification apparatus, and quantification method.
Patent Number: 8,741,124

Panasonic of Osaka, Japan, has received US Patent No.

Panasonic has received US Patent No. 8,496,794, "Biosensor, biosensor chip, and biosensor device." The described platform can electronically detect the binding reaction of a biological substance such as an oligonucleotide, antigen, enzyme, peptide, antibody, or glucose.

Panasonic of Osaka, Japan, has received US Patent Nos.

Panasonic of Osaka, Japan, has received US Patent No. 8,475,646, "Biosensor, thin film electrode forming method, quantification apparatus, and quantification method." The provided biosensor includes two pairs of electrodes in a specimen supply path.

Samsung Electronics of Seoul, South Korea, has received US Patent No. 8,469,492, "Method of printing droplet using capillary electric charge concentration." The method relies on a capillary nozzle that consists of a back end and a front end.

Panasonic of Osaka, Japan, has received US Patent No.

Panasonic of Osaka, Japan, has received US Patent No. 8,231,768, "Biosensor, biosensor chip and biosensor device." The described biosensor includes a working electrode, a counter electrode, and terminals attached to the respective electrodes by wires.

IP Roundup: Oct 4, 2011

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Canon of Tokyo has received US Patent No. 8,025,853, "Biochemical processing apparatus." The apparatus includes a stage for receiving a biochemical reaction cartridge.

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