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  • Howell, NJ
  • Philadelphia, PA
  • 252 Vista Dr, Marlton, NJ 08053
  • 401 Stillhouse Ln, Marlton, NJ 08053
  • Monmouth, NJ
  • Ewing, NJ
  • Trenton, NJ
  • Delran, NJ

Publications

Us Patents

Diagnostic Detection Device

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US Patent:
8211711, Jul 3, 2012
Filed:
Jun 25, 2010
Appl. No.:
12/823949
Inventors:
Albert Nazareth - Mercerville NJ,
Timothy Snowden - Howell NJ,
Assignee:
Church & Dwight Co., Inc. - Princeton NJ
International Classification:
G01N 33/558
US Classification:
436514, 422401, 422420, 422425, 435 75, 4352872, 4352877, 4352879, 435805, 435810, 435970, 436518, 436524, 436525, 436810
Abstract:
The invention comprises a device for detecting an analyte in a liquid sample deposited on a first portion of the device for transport to a second portion of the device that is in fluid contact with the first portion. In specific embodiments, the device comprises a labeled conjugate comprising a binding member reactive with a first epitope of the analyte and a label comprising a gold colloid, preferably having a mean particle size of 50 nm to 100 nm. In further embodiments, the device comprises a capture component comprising polymerized streptavidin. The diagnostic device is particularly useful in the preparation of pregnancy test kits.

Diagnostic Detection Device

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US Patent:
8268636, Sep 18, 2012
Filed:
Jun 25, 2010
Appl. No.:
12/823961
Inventors:
Albert Nazareth - Mercerville NJ,
Timothy Snowden - Howell NJ,
Assignee:
Church & Dwight Co., Inc. - Princeton NJ
International Classification:
G01N 33/558
US Classification:
436514, 422401, 422420, 422425, 435 75, 4352877, 4352879, 435805, 435810, 435970, 436169, 436518, 436530, 436805, 436807, 436810
Abstract:
The invention comprises a device for detecting an analyte in a liquid sample deposited on a first portion of the device for transport to a second portion of the device that is in fluid contact with the first portion. In specific embodiments, the device comprises a labeled conjugate comprising a binding member reactive with a first epitope of the analyte and a label comprising a gold colloid, preferably having a mean particle size of 50 nm to 100 nm. In further embodiments, the device comprises a capture component comprising polymerized streptavidin. The diagnostic device is particularly useful in the preparation of pregnancy test kits.

Hyperglycosylated Hcg Detection Device

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US Patent:
8278109, Oct 2, 2012
Filed:
Feb 12, 2010
Appl. No.:
12/704892
Inventors:
Albert R. Nazareth - Mercerville NJ,
Timothy Snowden - Howell NJ,
Assignee:
Church & Dwight Co., Inc. - Princeton NJ
International Classification:
G01N 33/76
G01N 33/48
G01N 33/53
G01N 33/543
G01N 33/558
G01N 30/00
US Classification:
436 65, 436510, 436514, 436518, 436535, 436 63, 436 86, 436 87, 436164, 436165, 436169, 436810, 422400, 422420, 422 69, 435 71, 435 75, 435805, 435970
Abstract:
The present invention related to a pregnancy test device that can selectively detect hyperglycosylated human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG-H) in a liquid sample. The sample can be deposited on a proximal portion of the device for transport to a distal portion of the device. The device can include a release medium formed of a first material and including a detectable label thereon and a capture medium, including a capture site, in fluid communication with the release medium and formed of a second, different material. At least one of the release medium and the capture medium includes a binding member that exhibits a moderate to high affinity for hCG-H and is selectively or preferentially reactive with hCG-H.

Hyperglycosylated Hcg Detection Device

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US Patent:
8431405, Apr 30, 2013
Filed:
Aug 22, 2012
Appl. No.:
13/591370
Inventors:
Albert R. Nazareth - Mercerville NJ,
Timothy Snowden - Howell NJ,
Assignee:
Church & Dwight Co., Inc. - Princeton NJ
International Classification:
G01N 33/76
G01N 33/48
G01N 33/53
G01N 33/543
G01N 33/558
G01N 33/566
G01N 30/00
US Classification:
436 65, 436501, 436510, 436514, 436518, 436535, 436 63, 436 86, 436 87, 436164, 436165, 436169, 436810, 422400, 422420, 422 69, 435 71, 435 75, 435805, 435970
Abstract:
The present invention related to a pregnancy test device that can selectively detect hyperglycosylated human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG-H) in a liquid sample. The sample can be deposited on a proximal portion of the device for transport to a distal portion of the device. The device can include a release medium formed of a first material and including a detectable label thereon and a capture medium, including a capture site, in fluid communication with the release medium and formed of a second, different material. At least one of the release medium and the capture medium includes a binding member that exhibits a moderate to high affinity for hCG-H and is selectively or preferentially reactive with hCG-H.

Diagnostic Detection Device

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US Patent:
2008021, Sep 4, 2008
Filed:
Mar 1, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/681061
Inventors:
Albert Nazareth - Mercerville NJ,
Timothy Snowden - Howell NJ,
International Classification:
G01N 33/536
US Classification:
436536, 422129
Abstract:
The invention comprises a device for detecting an analyte in a liquid sample deposited on a first portion of the device for transport to a second portion of the device that is in fluid contact with the first portion. In specific embodiments, the device comprises a labeled conjugate comprising a binding member reactive with a first epitope of the analyte and a label comprising a gold colloid, preferably having a mean particle size of 50 nm to 100 nm. In further embodiments, the device comprises a capture component comprising polymerized streptavidin. The diagnostic device is particularly useful in the preparation of pregnancy test kits.

Female Fertility Test

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US Patent:
2010031, Dec 9, 2010
Filed:
Jun 9, 2009
Appl. No.:
12/480882
Inventors:
Albert R. Nazareth - Mercerville NJ,
Timothy Snowden - Howell NJ,
Mary Beth Boyle - Pennington NJ,
Shang Li - West Windsor NJ,
International Classification:
G01N 33/566
G01N 31/22
US Classification:
436501, 422 56
Abstract:
The present invention is related to a diagnostic test kit that assesses ovarian reserve by measuring Follicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH) in a liquid sample. The sample can be deposited on a first portion of the device for transport to a second portion of the device. The device can include a release medium formed of a first material and including a detectable label thereon and a capture medium, including a test site, in fluid communication with the release medium and formed of a second, different material.

Ovulation Predictor Test

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US Patent:
2012008, Apr 5, 2012
Filed:
Oct 4, 2010
Appl. No.:
12/897216
Inventors:
Albert R. Nazareth - Mercerville NJ,
Timothy Snowden - Howell NJ,
Mary Beth Boyle - Pennington NJ,
International Classification:
G01N 33/53
B01J 19/00
US Classification:
436501, 422 69
Abstract:
The present invention is related to a diagnostic test kit for detecting luteinizing hormone (LH) in a biological sample at a concentration relative to a threshold concentration of LH. The device can include a release medium formed of a first material and including a labeled conjugate with a detectable label and a first binding member reactive with a first epitope of LH and a capture medium formed of a second, different material, in fluid communication with the release medium. The capture medium includes a result site having immobilized thereon a capture component capable of directly or indirectly binding LH that is bound to the labeled conjugate. The device is calibrated such that color development at the result site occurs only when the LH concentration of the liquid sample is greater than the threshold concentration.

Diagnostic Detection Devices And Methods

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US Patent:
2013015, Jun 20, 2013
Filed:
Dec 20, 2011
Appl. No.:
13/331509
Inventors:
Albert R. Nazareth - Merceville NJ,
Timothy Snowden - Howell NJ,
Mary-Beth Boyle - Pennington NJ,
Assignee:
CHURCH & DWIGHT CO., INC. - Princeton NJ
International Classification:
G01N 33/53
G01N 33/74
G01N 33/76
US Classification:
436501, 422 69
Abstract:
Described herein are methods and devices for detecting the presence of an analyte in a liquid sample. In some embodiments, methods and devices for the detection of an antigen in a body fluid using a plurality of species-specific antibodies are provided. A sandwich complex may be formed using primary antibodies derived from two different species.
Timothy D Snowden from Howell, NJ, age ~43 Get Report