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  • 9562 Fern Hollow Way, Montgomry Vlg, MD 20886 (301) 258-9463
  • 18810 Walkers Choice Rd, Montgomery Village, MD 20886
  • Gaithersburg, MD
  • Germantown, MD
  • Winston Salem, NC

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Graphitic Nanotubes In Luminescence Assays

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US Patent:
6362011, Mar 26, 2002
Filed:
Feb 2, 1999
Appl. No.:
09/243215
Inventors:
Richard J. Massey - Rockville MD
Mark T. Martin - Bethesda MD
Liwen Dong - Rockville MD
Ming Lu - Lanham MD
Alan Fischer - Cambridge MA
Fabian Jameison - Gaithersburg MD
Pam Liang - Rockville MD
Robert Hoch - Hensonville NY
Jonathan K. Leland - Silver Spring MD
Assignee:
Meso Scale Technologies, LLC - Gaithersburg MD
International Classification:
G01N 33551
US Classification:
436526, 435 6, 435 74, 435 75, 435 792, 435 793, 435 794, 435 24, 435 26, 435176, 435182, 436524, 436535, 436806, 5303911, 5303913, 5303915
Abstract:
Graphitic nanotubes, which include tubular fullerenes (commonly called “buckytubes”) and fibrils, which are functionalized by chemical substitution, are used as solid supports in electrogenerated chemiluminescence assays. The graphitic nanotubes are chemically modified with functional group biomolecules prior to use in an assay. Association of electrochemiluminescent ruthenium complexes with the functional group biomolecule-modified nanotubes permits detection of molecules including nucleic acids, antigens, enzymes, and enzyme substrates by multiple formats.

Graphitic Nanotubes In Luminescence Assays

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US Patent:
7052861, May 30, 2006
Filed:
Dec 5, 2001
Appl. No.:
10/007526
Inventors:
Richard J. Massey - Rockville MD,
Mark T. Martin - N. Bethesda MD,
Liwen Dong - Rockville MD,
Ming Lu - Lanham MD,
Alan Fischer - Cambridge MA,
Fabian Jameison - Gaithersburg MD,
Pam Liang - Baltimore MD,
Robert Hoch - Hensonville NY,
Jonathan K. Leland - Silver Spring MD,
Assignee:
Meso Scale Technologies, LLC. - Gaithersburg MD
International Classification:
G01N 33/573
G01N 33/533
G01N 33/553
G01N 21/76
C12Q 1/32
US Classification:
435 74, 435 26, 435968, 436172, 436524, 436526, 436546, 436805
Abstract:
Graphitic nanotubes, which include tubular fullerenes (commonly called “buckytubes”) and fibrils, which are functionalized by chemical substitution, are used as solid supports in electrogenerated chemiluminescence assays. The graphitic nanotubes are chemically modified with functional group biomolecules prior to use in an assay. Association of electrochemiluminescent ruthenium complexes with the functional group biomolecule-modified nanotubes permits detection of molecules including nucleic acids, antigens, enzymes, and enzyme substrates by multiple formats.

Functionalized Nanotubes

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US Patent:
2004020, Oct 14, 2004
Filed:
Apr 30, 2004
Appl. No.:
10/837125
Inventors:
Alan Fischer - Cambridge MA,
Robert Hoch - Hensonville NY,
David Moy - Winchester MA,
Ming Lu - Lanham MD,
Mark Martin - N. Bethesda MD,
Chun Niu - Somerville MA,
Naoya Ogata - Tokyo,
Howard Tennent - Kennett Square PA,
Liwen Dong - Rockville MD,
Ji Sun - Potomac MD,
Larry Helms - Germantown MD,
Fabian Jameison - Gaithersburg MD,
Pam Liang - Alhambra CA,
David Simpson - N. Bethesda MD,
Assignee:
Hyperion Catalysis International, Inc.
International Classification:
D01F009/12
C07C063/333
US Classification:
423/447200, 562/492000, 564/426000
Abstract:
Graphitic nanotubes, which includes tubular fullerenes (commonly called “buckytubes”) and fibrils, which are functionalized by chemical substitution or by adsorption of functional moieties. More specifically the invention relates to graphitic nanotubes which are uniformly or non-uniformly substituted with chemical moieties or upon which certain cyclic compounds are adsorbed and to complex structures comprised of such functionalized nanotubes linked to one another. The invention also relates to methods for introducing functional groups onto the surface of such nanotubes. The invention further relates to uses for functionalized nanotubes.

Graphitic Nanotubes In Luminescence Assays

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US Patent:
2006016, Jul 20, 2006
Filed:
Mar 20, 2006
Appl. No.:
11/385277
Inventors:
Richard Massey - Rockville MD,
Mark Martin - N. Bethesda MD,
Liwen Dong - Rockville MD,
Ming Lu - Lanham MD,
Alan Fischer - Cambridge MA,
Fabian Jameison - Gaithersburg MD,
Pam Liang - Baltimore MD,
Robert Hoch - Hensonville NY,
Jonathan Leland - Silver Spring MD,
International Classification:
G01N 33/543
C12M 1/34
US Classification:
436518000, 435287200, 977746000
Abstract:
Graphitic nanotubes, which include tubular fullerenes (commonly called “buckytubes”) and fibrils, which are functionalized by chemical substitution, are used as solid supports in electrogenerated chemiluminescence assays. The graphitic nanotubes are chemically modified with functional group biomolecules prior to use in an assay. Association of electrochemiluminescent ruthenium complexes with the functional group biomolecule-modified nanotubes permits detection of molecules including nucleic acids, antigens, enzymes, and enzyme substrates by multiple formats.

Hydrogen Peroxide Based Ecl

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US Patent:
6099760, Aug 8, 2000
Filed:
Jun 7, 1995
Appl. No.:
8/482352
Inventors:
Fabian Jameison - Gaithersburg MD
Jonathan K. Leland - Silver Spring MD
Assignee:
IGEN, Inc. - Gaithersburg MD
International Classification:
C09K 300
C12Q 100
G02F 100
US Classification:
252700
Abstract:
An electrochemiluminescence (ECL)-based assay for the quantitation of classical clinical chemistry analytes, where glucose, ethanol, carbon dioxide, cholesterol, as H. sub. 2 O. sub. 2 liberating systems coupled to a tris(bipyridyl)ruthenium(II) Ru(bpy). sub. 3. sup. 2+ luminophore generate an ECL signal, which can be detected spectrophotometrically or electrochemically. The H. sub. 2 O. sub. 2 present reacts with oxalate in the presence of Ru(bpy). sub. 3. sup. 2+ to give an ECL response.

Hydrogen Peroxide Based Ecl

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US Patent:
6136233, Oct 24, 2000
Filed:
Aug 20, 1998
Appl. No.:
9/137159
Inventors:
Fabian Jameison - Gaithersburg MD
Jonathan K. Leland - Silver Spring MD
Assignee:
IGEN International, Inc. - Gaithersburg MD
International Classification:
C09K 300
C09K 1106
C12Q 100
US Classification:
252700
Abstract:
An electrochemiluminescence (ECL)-based assay for the quantitation of classical clinical chemistry analytes, where glucose, ethanol, carbon dioxide, cholesterol, as H. sub. 2 O. sub. 2 liberating systems coupled to a tris(bipyridyl)ruthenium(II) Ru(bpy). sub. 3. sup. 2+ luminophore generate an ECL signal, which can be detected spectrophotometrically or electrochemically. The H. sub. 2 O. sub. 2 present reacts with oxalate in the presence of Ru(bpy). sub. 3. sup. 2+ to give an ECL response.

Graphitic Nanotubes In Luminescence Assays

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US Patent:
5866434, Feb 2, 1999
Filed:
Mar 6, 1996
Appl. No.:
8/611347
Inventors:
Richard J. Massey - Rockville MD
Mark T. Martin - Bethesda MD
Liwen Dong - Rockville MD
Ming Lu - Lanham MD
Alan Fischer - Cambridge MD
Fabian Jameison - Gaithersburg MD
Pam Liang - Rockville MD
Robert Hoch - Hensonville NY
Jonathan K. Leland - Silver Spring MD
Assignee:
Meso Scale Technology - Gaithersburg MD
International Classification:
G01N 33551
G01N 33573
C12Q 132
C12Q 137
US Classification:
436526
Abstract:
Graphitic nanotubes, which include tubular fullerenes (commonly called "buckytubes") and fibrils, which are functionalized by chemical substitution, are used as solid supports in electrogenerated chemiluminescence assays. The graphitic nanotubes are chemically modified with functional group biomolecules prior to use in an assay. Association of electrochemiluminescent ruthenium complexes with the functional group biomolecule-modified nanotubes permits detection of molecules including nucleic acids, antigens, enzymes, and enzyme substrates by multiple formats.
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