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John G Rushbrooke

from Newport Beach, CA
Age ~86

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  • 1308 Colony Plz, Newport Beach, CA 92660 (949) 706-2555 (949) 706-2666

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Luminescence Imager

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US Patent:
6961125, Nov 1, 2005
Filed:
Dec 18, 2001
Appl. No.:
10/250956
Inventors:
John Gordon Rushbrooke - Newport Beach CA, US
Claire Elizabeth Hooper - Newport Beach CA, US
Assignee:
Packard Instrument Company, Inc. - Meriden CT
International Classification:
G01N021/25
US Classification:
356417, 356416
Abstract:
A fiber optic epi-fluorescence imaging system in which the optical fibers are rearranged so that the system can be used for measuring luminescence samples. The system comprises at least two optical fibers () or bundles of fibers which lead to a CCD camera (), the fibers or bundles of fibers from all samples being arranged in two sets, a first set which are formed from a non-fluorescing material and a second set which are formed from a material which may fluoresce but enables the fibers formed therefrom to have a higher numerical aperture than those of the first set.

Imaging Assay Analysis For Microsamples

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US Patent:
6969835, Nov 29, 2005
Filed:
Apr 14, 2000
Appl. No.:
09/979818
Inventors:
John Gordon Rushbrooke - Newport Beach CA, US
Claire Elizabeth Hooper - Newport Beach CA, US
Assignee:
Packard Instrument Company Inc. - Meridian CT
International Classification:
F21V009/16
US Classification:
2502081, 356317
Abstract:
A system for imaging radiation emitted by assay couples into a photoelectric detector, the system including a fibre optic bundle () for conveying light to the detector, wherein a microlens (), preferably a drum lens, is located at the impact end of the fibre optic bundle to match the field of view of the bundle to a potential area of interest in a sample.

Luminescence Imager

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US Patent:
20050213099, Sep 29, 2005
Filed:
May 17, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/130848
Inventors:
John Rushbrooke - Newport Beach CA, US
Claire Hooper - Newport Beach CA, US
International Classification:
G01N021/64
US Classification:
356417000, 250458100
Abstract:
A fibre optic epi-fluorescence imaging system in which the optical fibres are rearranged so that the system can be used for measuring luminescence samples. The system comprises at least two optical fibres () or bundles of fibres which lead to a CCD camera (), the fibres or bundles of fibres from all samples being arranged in two sets, a first set which are formed from a non-fluorescing material and a second set which are formed from a material which may fluoresce but enables the fibres formed therefrom to have a higher numerical aperature than those of the first set.
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