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Philip Paik Phones & Addresses

  • 2211 Hillsborough Rd, Durham, NC 27705
  • 206 Duke St, Durham, NC 27701 (919) 530-8597
  • 212 Duke St, Durham, NC 27701 (919) 688-0990
  • 5509 Sunlight Dr, Durham, NC 27707
  • 5534 Sunlight Dr, Durham, NC 27707
  • Chula Vista, CA
  • A M F Greensboro, NC
  • San Diego, CA
  • Centreville, VA

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Company: Philip paik Address: 311 S. Lasalle St. 34-I, Durham, NC 27705 Position: Executive officer Industries: Perfumes, Cosmetics, and Other Toilet Preparations

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Biotechnology

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Philip Paik

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Location:
Greater San Diego Area
Industry:
Biotechnology

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Phones & Addresses
Philip Paik
Executive Officer
Philip Paik
Perfumes, Cosmetics, and Other Toilet Prepara...
311 S. Lasalle St. 34-I, Durham, NC 27705
Philip Paik
Executive Officer
Philip Paik
Perfumes, Cosmetics, and Other Toilet Prepara...
311 S. Lasalle St. 34-I, Durham, NC 27705

Publications

Us Patents

Methods For Sampling A Liquid Flow

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US Patent:
7329545, Feb 12, 2008
Filed:
Sep 24, 2002
Appl. No.:
10/253342
Inventors:
Vamsee K. Pamula - Durham NC,
Michael G. Pollack - Durham NC,
Philip Y. Paik - Durham NC,
Hong Ren - Chapel Hill NC,
Richard B. Fair - Durham NC,
Assignee:
Duke University - Durham NC
International Classification:
G01N 35/08
G01N 35/00
G01N 1/00
B01L 3/02
B32B 5/02
US Classification:
436 53, 436 43, 436 47, 436 52, 436 63, 436174, 436180, 422 50, 422 681, 422 81, 422 82, 422100
Abstract:
In a method for sampling a continuous liquid flow, the liquid flow is supplied to a surface along an input flow path. The liquid flow is sampled by forming a sample droplet from a portion of the liquid flow. The sample droplet is moved along an analysis flow path to a processing area of the surface, where the sample droplet is processed. Discrete sample droplets are formed and moved using an electrowetting technique. A binary mixing apparatus and method are also provided. The apparatus comprises an array of electrodes, an electronic controller communicating with the electrodes, a sample droplet supply area communicating with the array, and an additive droplet supply area communicating with the array. The electronic controller alternately energizes and de-energizes selected electrodes to carry out droplet-to-droplet binary mixing operations to obtain one or more droplets having a target mixing ratio.

Methods For Performing Microfluidic Sampling

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US Patent:
2008010, May 8, 2008
Filed:
Nov 7, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/936289
Inventors:
Vamsee Pamela - Durham NC,
Michael Pollack - Durham NC,
Philip Paik - Durham NC,
Hong Ren - Chapel Hill NC,
Richard Fair - Durham NC,
International Classification:
G01N 27/26
US Classification:
204556000
Abstract:
Methods for sampling a liquid flow are provided. The method includes supplying a continuous liquid flow from a continuous flow fluid input source to a surface along a first flow path. The method additionally includes sampling the continuous liquid flow by performing an electric field-based technique to split off a sample droplet from a portion of the liquid flow, whereby the sample droplet is distinct from the liquid flow and controllable independently of the liquid flow, wherein the electric field-based technique is performed by providing a set of electrodes on the surface and selectively biasing the set of electrodes, whereby the sample droplet is formed on one of the set of electrodes.

Method Of Manipulating A Droplet

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US Patent:
2013023, Sep 12, 2013
Filed:
Apr 25, 2013
Appl. No.:
13/870709
Inventors:
Vamsee K. Pamula - Durham NC,
Michael G. Pollack - Durham NC,
Vijay Srinivasan - Durham NC,
Philip Paik - Chula Vista CA,
Assignee:
Advanced Liquid Logic Inc. - Research Triangle Park NC
International Classification:
B01L 3/02
US Classification:
204547
Abstract:
A method of manipulating a droplet comprising providing a substrate comprising a surface; an elongated transport electrode disposed on the substrate surface, the elongated transport electrode having a first and a second end and configured to impart a gradient force to the droplet; and one or more wires for providing power to the transport electrode; and providing power to the one or more wires to effect the gradient force and thereby transport the droplet along the length of the elongated transport electrode from the first end to the second end.

Droplet-Based Nucleic Acid Amplification Method And Apparatus

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US Patent:
2013009, Apr 18, 2013
Filed:
Nov 19, 2012
Appl. No.:
13/680979
Inventors:
Michael G. Pollack - Raleigh NC,
Philip Y. Paik - Chula Vista CA,
Vamsee K. Pamula - Durham NC,
Assignee:
DUKE UNIVERSITY - Durham NC
ADVANCED LIQUID LOGIC INC. - Research Triangle Park NC
International Classification:
G01N 27/447
US Classification:
204452, 204601, 204602
Abstract:
Aspects of embodiments of the invention relate to a simulator including a visual display capable of outputting to a user a display one or more effects of a command series selected and a system including a droplet microactuator electronically coupled to and controlled by a processor capable of executing instructions, the droplet microactuator including a substrate comprising electrodes for conducting droplet operations. Further aspects of embodiments of the invention relate to a droplet operations troubleshooting apparatus. Other aspects of embodiments of the invention relate to a computer implemented method of displaying simulated microactuator droplets.

Bead Manipulations On A Droplet Actuator

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US Patent:
2011008, Apr 14, 2011
Filed:
Aug 25, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/673893
Inventors:
Dwayne Allen - Durham NC,
Philip Paik - Chula Vista CA,
Assignee:
ADVANCED LIQUID LOGIC, INC. - Research Triangle Park NC
International Classification:
C12Q 1/02
C12N 13/00
C12N 11/00
C12N 5/00
C12M 1/00
C25B 7/00
US Classification:
435 29, 4351739, 435174, 435404, 4352831, 204518
Abstract:
A droplet actuator comprising: (a) a base substrate comprising electrodes configured for conducting droplet operations on a droplet operations surface thereof; (b) a droplet comprising one or more beads situated on the droplet operations surface; (c) a barrier arranged in relation to the droplet and the electrodes such that a droplet may be transported away from the beads using one or more droplet operations mediated by one or more of the electrodes while transport of the beads is restrained by a barrier. Related methods and kits are also provided.

Droplet-Based Nucleic Acid Amplification In A Temperature Gradient

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US Patent:
2010032, Dec 23, 2010
Filed:
Jun 23, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/665788
Inventors:
Michael G. Pollack - Durham NC,
Vamsee K. Pamula - Durham NC,
Philip Paik - San Diego CA,
Allen Eckhardt - Durham NC,
Assignee:
ADVANCED LIQUID LOGIC, INC. - Research Triangle Park NC
International Classification:
C12P 19/34
US Classification:
435 912, 435 915
Abstract:
A method of amplifying a nucleic acid, the method comprising cycling an amplification-ready droplet through a temperature gradient to locations within the temperature gradient suitable for effecting steps in an amplification reaction.

Droplet Actuator Configurations And Methods Of Conducting Droplet Operations

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US Patent:
2010027, Oct 28, 2010
Filed:
Dec 23, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/682830
Inventors:
Vijay Srinivasan - Durham NC,
Michael G. Pollack - Durham NC,
Vamsee K. Pamula - Durham NC,
Zhishan Hua - Raleigh NC,
Arjun Sudarsan - Cary NC,
Philip Paik - Chula Vista CA,
Assignee:
ADVANCED LIQUID LOGIC, INC. - Research Triangle Park NC
International Classification:
C07K 1/26
US Classification:
204450
Abstract:
A droplet actuator with a droplet formation electrode configuration associated with a droplet operations surface, wherein the electrode configuration comprises one or more electrodes configured to control volume of a droplet during formation of a sub-droplet on the droplet operations surface. Methods of making and using the droplet actuator are also provided.

Capacitance Detection In A Droplet Actuator

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US Patent:
2010019, Aug 5, 2010
Filed:
Feb 15, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/527208
Inventors:
Ryan A. Sturmer - Durham NC,
Michael G. Pollack - Durham NC,
Vamsee K. Pamula - Durham NC,
Vijay Srinivasan - Durham NC,
Philip Y. Paik - San Diego CA,
Assignee:
ADVANCED LIQUID LOGIC, INC. - Research Triangle Park NC
International Classification:
G01R 27/26
US Classification:
324664
Abstract:
A method, circuit and apparatus for detecting capacitance on a droplet actuator, inter alia, for determining the presence, partial presence or absence of a droplet at an electrode on a droplet actuator by: (a) providing a droplet actuator comprising: (i) a substrate comprising electrodes arranged on the substrate for conducting droplet operations on a surface of the substrate; (ii) a capacitance detection circuit for detecting capacitance at the droplet operations surface at one or more of the electrodes; (b) detecting capacitance at the droplet operations surface at one or more of the electrodes; and (c) determining from the capacitance the presence, partial presence or absence of a droplet at the droplet operations surface at the electrode.
Philip Y Paik from Durham, NC, age ~42 Get Report