BASi (Bioanalytical Systems, Inc.) Products Developed by the Engineering Team Now at Emergent Instruments
Automatic Blood Sampling/Animal Monitoring
- Culex®/Culex® ABC Automated In Vivo Sampling System
- Empis™ Automated Drug Infusion System
- Culex®-L/-L ABC Blood Sampling in Large Animals
- HoneyComb™ Refrigerated Fraction Collector Microvolume
- Fraction Collector Large Volume Fraction Collector
- UF Needle Automated Ultrafiltration Collection System
- Raturn™ System for Awake animals
- Raturn™ Activity Monitor Activity Monitor Capture behavioral data
- Stackable Cage Cage washer safe polycarbonate cage for use with Raturn™ movement responsive caging system.
- Force Plate Actimeter measures behavior
- Bee, BeeHive, Queen Bee Syringe Pump Controllers
- VitalScan Monitor Veterinary Oscillometric blood pressure, Respiration, and temperature monitor
- CardioMonitor Veterinary portable cardiac heart rate detector
- Epsilon™ E2 Electrochemical Analyzer
- BAS-100B/W Electrochemical Analyzer
- BAS-100, -100A, -100B Electrochemical Analyzer
- BAS-50W Voltammetric Analyzer
- LC-3C, LC-3D, LC-3E Battery powered Amperometric Detector/Biosensor interface
- CV-27, CV-37, CV-47 Voltammetry Controller
- PWR-3 Stand alone Power potentiostat/Power Module for BAS-100B/W
- AC impedance adapter AC impedance adapter for BAS-100B/W
- Low Current Module Stand alone/Low Current Module for BAS-100B/W
- LG-50 Computer controlled Galvanostat
- C2 and C3 Cell Stand Cell stand for electrochemical measurements
- CGME Controlled Growth Mercury Drop Electrode
- RDE-2 Rotating Disk Electrode
- Epsilon™ E5 Amperometric Detector
- LC-4C Amperometric Detector
- LC-4B Amperometric Detector
- PM-91/PM-92 Wide range microbore HPLC Pump
- PM-80 Gradient HPLC Pump
- LC-22A Temperature Controller
- BAS-200E (-200 & -200A) Chromatography System
BASi® is a registered trademark of Bioanalytical Systems, Inc.
Culex® is a registered trademark of Bioanalytical Systems, Inc.
Empis™ is a trademark of Bioanalytical Systems, Inc.
Epsilon™ is a trademark of Bioanalytical Systems, Inc.
Raturn™ is a trademark of Bioanalytical Systems, Inc.
HoneyComb™ is a trademark of Bioanalytical Systems, Inc.
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US 9,066,698. Systems and Methods for Sample Collection, S. R. Peters and J. M. Hampsch. June 30, 2015.
US 2010/0201536. System and Method for Accessing a Structure Using a Mobile Device, W. B. Robertson, R. P. Barden, C.D. Starrett, August 12, 2010.
US 7248247. Method and System for Deterministic Matching of Objects and Events Which Are Not Uniquely Identified, C. D. Starrett, July 24, 2007.
US 7209905. System and Method for Detecting Mail Theft Using Additional Mail Pieces as Probes, A. Obrea, C.D. Starrett, April 24, 2007.
US 6,557,898. Device, System and Method for Labeling Three Dimensional Objects, C. B. Kissinger, P.D. Mullen, S. R. Peters, J. D. Combs. May 6, 2003.
US 6405172. Voice-Enabled Directory Look-Up Based on Recognized Spoken Initial Characters, C. A. Baker, P. N. Baker, C. D. Starrett, A. R. Moon, J. Xu, E. R. Auberry, June 11, 2002.
US 6,062,224. Movement-Response System for Conducting Test in Freely Moving Animals, C. B. Kissinger, C. E. Bohs, D. A. Evans, W. J. Schmidt, S. R. Peters, W. G. Gunaratna, J. M. Hampsch. May 16, 2000.
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US 5313640. Method and System for the Efficient Response to Multiple Different Types of Interrupts, B. C. Beardsley, D. L. Leigh, C. D. Starrett, J. R. Wolfe, May 17, 1994.
New Method for Automating Sample Collection from In Vivo Ultrafiltration Probes, C. Kissinger, S. Peters, and Y. Zhu, Current Separations, 20(3) (2003) 97-102.
There Is No Room for Humor in Science!, C. B. Kissinger, P. T. Kissinger, and R. Yoder, Current Separations, 20(2) (2002) 45-49.
Culex ABS Part 1: Introduction to Automated Blood Sampling, S. Peters, J. Hampsch, M. Cregor, C. Starrett, G. Ganaratna, and C. Kissinger, Current Separations, 18(4) (2000) 139-145.
Ramifications of Pump-Switching Step Gradients for Bioanalytical LC/MS/MS Assays, B. D. Beato, D. D. Gray, P. Wong, J. Hampsch, and S. Peters, Current Separations, 19(2) (2000) 55-58.
New Options for Collecting Small Volume Samples: Implications for Microdialysis and In Vivo Ultrafiltration, J. Hampsch, R. Vogt, S. Peters, T. Huang, and C. Gunaratna, Current Separations, 15(2) (1996) 49-52.
A Controlled Growth Mercury Electrode, S. R. Peters, J. O. Howell, Current Separations 13(1) (1994) 12-16.
Advanced Electroanalytical Techniques Versus Atomic Absorption Spectrometry, Inductively Coupled Plasma Atomic Emission Spectrometry and Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry in Environmental Analysis, P.M. Bersier, J. Howell, and C. Bruntlett, Analyst, 119 (1994) 219-232.
Practical Problems in Voltammetry. 1. Ohmic Potential Drop, A.W. Bott, J.O. Howell, Current Separations, 11 (1992) 21-24.
Voltammetric Microelectrodes, J.O. Howell, Current Separations, 8 (1987) 2-16.
Background Subtraction for Rapid Scan Voltammetry, J.O. Howell, W.G. Kuhr, R.E. Ensman, R.M. Wightman, J. Electroanal. Chem., 209 (1986) 77-90.
Microvoltammetric Electrodes, Jonathon O. Howell, Dissertation, Indiana University, (R.M. Wightman Thesis advisor) 1985.
Ultrafast Voltammetry of Anthracene and 9-10-Diphenylanthracene, J.O. Howell and R.M. Wightman, J. Phys. Chem., 88 (1984) 3915-3918.
Electron Transfer from Aromatic Hydrocarbons and Their -Complexes with Metals. Comparison of the Standard Oxidations Potentials and Vertical Ionization Potentials, J.O. Howell, J.M. Goncalves, C. Amatore, L. Klasinc, R.M. Wightman and J.K. Kochi, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 106 (1984) 3968-3976.
Ultrafast Voltammetry and Voltammetry in Highly Resistive Solutions with Microvoltammetric Electrodes, J.O. Howell and R.M. Wightman, Anal. Chem., 56 (1984) 524-529.
Flow-Rate Independent, Amperometric Cell, W.L. Caudill, J.O. Howell and R.M. Wightman, Anal. Chem., 54 (1982) 2532-2535.