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Robert C Mucic

from La Crescenta, CA
Age ~50

Robert Mucic Phones & Addresses

  • 3726 Cedarbend Dr, La Crescenta, CA 91214 (818) 957-1418
  • Cedarbend Dr, Glendale, CA 91201
  • 1043 Glenoaks Blvd, Glendale, CA 91202 (818) 547-2784
  • 652 Glenoaks Blvd, Glendale, CA 91202 (818) 265-1737
  • 1600 Bel Aire Dr, Glendale, CA 91201 (818) 500-0900
  • Los Angeles, CA
  • Evanston, IL
  • San Diego, CA

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Medical Devices

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Process Engineering Manager - Sensor Research &Amp; Development At Medtronic

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Location:
Greater Los Angeles Area
Industry:
Medical Devices

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Robert Mucic
Principal
Valley Lawyer Marketing
Legal Services Office · Legal Services, Nsk
3726 Cedarbend Dr, Glendale, CA 91214

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Nanoparticles Having Oligonucleotides Attached Thereto And Uses Therefor

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US Patent:
6417340, Jul 9, 2002
Filed:
Oct 20, 2000
Appl. No.:
09/693352
Inventors:
Chad A. Mirkin - Wilmette IL
Robert L. Letsinger - Wilmette IL
Robert C. Mucic - Glendale CA
James J. Storhoff - Evanston IL
Robert Elghanian - Chicago IL
Assignee:
Nanosphere, Inc. - Northbrook IL
International Classification:
C07H 1900
US Classification:
536 231, 536 221, 536 243, 536 2433, 435 6, 435 71, 435 72
Abstract:
The invention provides methods of detecting a nucleic acid. The methods comprise contacting the nucleic acid with one or more types of particles having oligonucleotides attached thereto. In one embodiment of the method, the oligonucleotides are attached to nanoparticles and have sequences complementary to portions of the sequence of the nucleic acid. A detectable change (preferably a color change) is brought about as a result of the hybridization of the oligonucleotides on the nanoparticles to the nucleic acid. The invention also provides compositions and kits comprising particles. The invention further provides nanomaterials and nanostructures comprising nanoparticles and methods of nanofabrication utilizing the nanoparticles. Finally, the invention provides a method of separating a selected nucleic acid from other nucleic acids.

Nanoparticles Having Oligonucleotides Attached Thereto And Uses Therefor

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US Patent:
6495324, Dec 17, 2002
Filed:
Oct 20, 2000
Appl. No.:
09/693005
Inventors:
Chad A. Mirkin - Wilmette IL
Robert L. Letsinger - Wilmette IL
Robert C. Mucic - Glendale CA
James J. Storhoff - Evanston IL
Robert Elghanian - Chicago IL
Assignee:
Nanosphere, Inc. - Northbrook IL
International Classification:
C12Q 168
US Classification:
435 6, 536 221, 536 231, 536 243, 536 2433
Abstract:
The invention provides methods of detecting a nucleic acid. The methods comprise contacting the nucleic acid with one or more types of particles having oligonucleotides attached thereto. In one embodiment of the method, the oligonucleotides are attached to nanoparticles and have sequences complementary to portions of the sequence of the nucleic acid. A detectable change (preferably a color change) is brought about as a result of the hybridization of the oligonucleotides on the nanoparticles to the nucleic acid. The invention also provides compositions and kits comprising particles. The invention further provides nanomaterials and nanostructures comprising nanoparticles and methods of nanofabrication utilizing the nanoparticles. Finally, the invention provides a method of separating a selected nucleic acid from other nucleic acids.

Nanoparticles Having Oligonucleotides Attached Thereto And Uses Therefor

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US Patent:
6506564, Jan 14, 2003
Filed:
Jun 26, 2000
Appl. No.:
09/603830
Inventors:
Chad A. Mirkin - Wilmette IL
Robert L. Letsinger - Wilmette IL
Robert C. Mucic - Glendale CA
James J. Storhoff - Evanston IL
Robert Elghanian - Chicago IL
Thomas A. Taton - Chicago IL
Assignee:
Nanosphere, Inc. - Northbrook IL
International Classification:
C12Q 168
US Classification:
435 6, 536 221, 536 231, 536 243, 536 2433, 536 253
Abstract:
The invention provides methods of detecting a nucleic acid. The methods comprise contacting the nucleic acid with one or more types of particles having oligonucleotides attached thereto. In one embodiment of the method, the oligonucleotides are attached to nanoparticles and have sequences complementary to portions of the sequence of the nucleic acid. A detectable change (preferably a color change) is brought about as a result of the hybridization of the oligonucleotides on the nanoparticles to the nucleic acid. The invention also provides compositions and kits comprising particles. The invention further provides methods of synthesizing unique nanoparticle-oligonucleotide conjugates, the conjugates produced by the methods, and methods of using the conjugates. In addition, the invention provides nanomaterials and nanostructures comprising nanoparticles and methods of nanofabrication utilizing nanoparticles. Finally, the invention provides a method of separating a selected nucleic acid from other nucleic acids.

Detection Of Target Analytes Using Particles And Electrodes

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US Patent:
6541617, Apr 1, 2003
Filed:
Oct 27, 1999
Appl. No.:
09/428155
Inventors:
Cynthia C. Bamdad - Sharon MA
Robert C. Mucic - Glendale CA
Assignee:
Clinical Micro Sensors, Inc. - Pasadena CA
International Classification:
C07H 2102
US Classification:
536 231, 536243, 536253, 435 6, 436 94
Abstract:
The invention relates to the use of particles comprising binding ligands and electron transfer moieties (ETMs). Upon binding of a target analyte, a particle and a reporter composition are associated and transported to an electrode surface. The ETMs are then detected, allowing the presence or absence of the target analyte to be determined.

Nanoparticles Having Oligonucleotides Attached Thereto And Uses Thereof

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US Patent:
6582921, Jun 24, 2003
Filed:
Sep 20, 2001
Appl. No.:
09/961949
Inventors:
Chad A. Mirkin - Wilmette IL
Robert L. Letsinger - Wilmette IL
Robert C. Mucic - Glendale CA
James J. Storhoff - Evanston IL
Robert Elghanian - Chicago IL
Thomas A. Taton - Chicago IL
Assignee:
Nanosphere, Inc. - Northbrook IL
International Classification:
C12Q 168
US Classification:
435 6, 536 221, 536 231, 536 266
Abstract:
The invention provides methods of detecting a nucleic acid. The methods comprise contacting the nucleic acid with one or more types of particles having oligonucleotides attached thereto. In one embodiment of the method, the oligonucleotides are attached to nanoparticles and have sequences complementary to portions of the sequence of the nucleic acid. A detectable change (preferably a color change) is brought about as a result of the hybridization of the oligonucleotides on the nanoparticles to the nucleic acid. The invention also provides compositions and kits comprising particles. The invention further provides methods of synthesizing unique nanoparticle-oligonucleotide conjugates, the conjugates produced by the methods, and methods of using the conjugates. In addition, the invention provides nanomaterials and nanostructures comprising nanoparticles and methods of nanofabrication utilizing nanoparticles. Finally, the invention provides a method of separating a selected nucleic acid from other nucleic acids.

Nanoparticles Having Oligonucleotides Attached Thereto And Uses Therefor

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US Patent:
6610491, Aug 26, 2003
Filed:
Sep 28, 2001
Appl. No.:
09/966491
Inventors:
Chad A. Mirkin - Wilmette IL
Robert L. Letsinger - Wilmette IL
Robert C. Mucic - Glendale CA
James J. Storhoff - Evanston IL
Robert Elghanian - Chicago IL
Thomas A. Taton - Chicago IL
Assignee:
Nanosphere, Inc. - Northbrook IL
International Classification:
C12Q 166
US Classification:
435 6, 536 231, 536 253, 536 266
Abstract:
The invention provides methods of detecting a nucleic acid. The methods comprise contacting the nucleic acid with one or more types of particles having oligonucleotides attached thereto. In one embodiment of the method, the oligonucleotides are attached to nanoparticles and have sequences complementary to portions of the sequence of the nucleic acid. A detectable change (preferably a color change) is brought about as a result of the hybridization of the oligonucleotides on the nanoparticles to the nucleic acid. The invention also provides compositions and kits comprising particles. The invention further provides methods of synthesizing unique nanoparticle-oligonucleotide conjugates, the conjugates produced by the methods, and methods of using the conjugates. In addition, the invention provides nanomaterials and nanostructures comprising nanoparticles and methods of nanofabrication utilizing nanoparticles. Finally, the invention provides a method of separating a selected nucleic acid from other nucleic acids.

Nanoparticles Having Oligonucleotides Attached Thereto And Uses Therefor

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US Patent:
6645721, Nov 11, 2003
Filed:
Sep 20, 2001
Appl. No.:
09/957313
Inventors:
Chad A. Mirkin - Wilmette IL
Robert L. Letsinger - Wilmette IL
Robert C. Mucic - Glendale CA
James J. Storhoff - Evanston IL
Robert Elghanian - Skokie IL
Thomas A. Taton - Little Canada MN
Assignee:
Nanosphere, Inc. - Northbrook IL
International Classification:
C12Q 168
US Classification:
435 6, 536 221, 536 231, 536 243, 536 266
Abstract:
The invention provides methods of detecting a nucleic acid. The methods comprise contacting the nucleic acid with one or more types of particles having oligonucleotides attached thereto. In one embodiment of the method, the oligonucleotides are attached to nanoparticles and have sequences complementary to portions of the sequence of the nucleic acid. A detectable change (preferably a color change) is brought about as a result of the hybridization of the oligonucleotides on the nanoparticles to the nucleic acid. The invention also provides compositions and kits comprising particles. The invention further provides methods of synthesizing unique nanoparticle-oligonucleotide conjugates, the conjugates produced by the methods, and methods of using the conjugates. In addition, the invention provides nanomaterials and nanostructures comprising nanoparticles and methods of nanofabrication utilizing nanoparticles. Finally, the invention provides a method of separating a selected nucleic acid from other nucleic acids.

Nanoparticles Having Oligonucleotides Attached Thereto And Uses Therefor

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US Patent:
6673548, Jan 6, 2004
Filed:
Sep 28, 2001
Appl. No.:
09/966312
Inventors:
Chad A. Mirkin - Wilmette IL
Robert L. Letsinger - Wilmette IL
Robert C. Mucic - Glendale CA
James J. Storhoff - Evanston IL
Robert Elghanian - Chicago IL
Thomas A. Taton - Chicago IL
Assignee:
Nanosphere, Inc. - Northbrook IL
International Classification:
C12Q 168
US Classification:
435 6, 536 221, 536 231, 536 266
Abstract:
The invention provides methods of detecting a nucleic acid. The methods comprise contacting the nucleic acid with one or more types of particles having oligonucleotides attached thereto. In one embodiment of the method, the oligonucleotides are attached to nanoparticles and have sequences complementary to portions of the sequence of the nucleic acid. A detectable change (preferably a color change) is brought about as a result of the hybridization of the oligonucleotides on the nanoparticles to the nucleic acid. The invention also provides compositions and kits comprising particles. The invention further provides methods of synthesizing unique nanoparticle-oligonucleotide conjugates, the conjugates produced by the methods, and methods of using the conjugates. In addition, the invention provides nanomaterials and nanostructures comprising nanoparticles and methods of nanofabrication utilizing nanoparticles. Finally, the invention provides a method of separating a selected nucleic acid from other nucleic acids.
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