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Image analysis of heterogenous mixtures. / Kuebler, Sigrid (Inventor); Carlson, Eric (Inventor); Crevier, Thomas (Inventor) et al.

Patent No.: WO 2004/053468 A1. Jun 24, 2004.

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Kuebler, S, Carlson, E, Crevier, T, Kolosov, O & Low, E Jun. 24 2004, Image analysis of heterogenous mixtures, Patent No. WO 2004/053468 A1. <http://patentscope.wipo.int/search/en/WO2004053468>

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Kuebler, S., Carlson, E., Crevier, T., Kolosov, O., & Low, E. (2004). Image analysis of heterogenous mixtures. (Patent No. WO 2004/053468 A1). http://patentscope.wipo.int/search/en/WO2004053468

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Kuebler S, Carlson E, Crevier T, Kolosov O, Low E, inventors. Image analysis of heterogenous mixtures. WO 2004/053468 A1. 2004 Jun 24.

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Kuebler, Sigrid (Inventor) ; Carlson, Eric (Inventor) ; Crevier, Thomas (Inventor) et al. / Image analysis of heterogenous mixtures. Patent No.: WO 2004/053468 A1. Jun 24, 2004.

Bibtex

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title = "Image analysis of heterogenous mixtures",
abstract = "A system for analyzing a plurality of samples (202) containing a dispersion of one or more incompletely miscible components in a continuous fluid phase comprises a vial receptacle located at a first location, an image capturing device (102) directed at the first location, a light source (112) directed at the first location, and a programmable processor (124) operatively coupled to the image capturing device and configured to detect a behavior in a captured image of a sample. The programmable processor defines regions of interest in a captured image, generates an intensity profile for each region of interest, and detects the behavior based on the intensity profile. The programmable processor defines the regions of interest by detecting a sample boundary in a captured image and defining a region within the sample boundary. The programmable processor detects behavior by calculating a Laplacian or a derivative of the intensity profile for the region.",
keywords = "high throughput screening, combinatorial materials discovery, optical screening, liquids, fluids, parallel measurements",
author = "Sigrid Kuebler and Eric Carlson and Thomas Crevier and Oleg Kolosov and Eric Low",
year = "2004",
month = jun,
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language = "English",
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RIS

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