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Prof Anthony Campbell  -  MA PhD


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Patents

  1. Campbell,AK Simpson,JSA Woodhead,JS. (1979) Detection or quantifying substances using labelling techniques. UK Patent GB 20008247A.
  2. Campbell,AK, Weeks,I and Woodhead,JS (1982). Mass photon immunoassay. UK Patent GB822593 .
  3. Campbell,AK, Simpson,JSA and Woodhead,JS(1984). US patent 4,478,817. Detecting or quantifying substances using labelling techniques, priority date Dec.11, 1981: GB 8137522.
  4. Campbell,AK (1989). British Patent Application 8916806.6. Modified proteins. International patent application PCT/GB90/01131. Modified Bioluminescent Proteins and Their Use: Rainbow proteins. Priority date July 22, 1989.
  5. Campbell,AK, Woodhead,JS and Weeks,I (1990). US patent 4,946,958. Chemiluminescent acridinium labelling compounds, priority date Dec.11, 1981: GB 8137522.
  6. Campbell, AK (1997). US patent 5,683,888. Modified Bioluminescent proteins and their use. Patent issued 4 November 1997
  7. Campbell AK, Dunstan S, Sala-Newby G (1998/2005). British Patent Application 9824357.9. Oxygen Metabolites and Bioluminescent Proteins. Patent published November 1998. Issues US 2005
  8. Campbell, AK (2001). German patent 690 33 855.4-08. European patent 90910819.3. Modified Bioluminescent proteins and their use. Patent – Rainbow proteins. Patent granted 14 November, 2001.
  9. Campbell, AK (2001). French patent EP(FR) 0 484 369. European patent 90910819.3. Modified Bioluminescent proteins and their use. Patent – Rainbow proteins. Patent granted 14 November, 2001.
  10. Campbell, AK (2001). UK patent EP(FR) 0 484 369. European patent 90910819.3. Modified Bioluminescent proteins and their use. Patent – Rainbow proteins. Patent granted 14 November, 2001.
  11. Campbell, AK (2002). US patent 6,440,665 B1. Modified Bioluminescent proteins and their use. Patent issued 27 Aug, 2002.
  12. Campbell, AK (2002). US patent 6,492,500 B1. Modified Bioluminescent proteins and their use. Patent issued 10 Dec. 2002.
  13. Campbell AK, Dunstan S, Sala-Newby G (1998/2005). British Patent Application 9824357.9. Oxygen Metabolites and Bioluminescent Proteins. Patent published November 1998. Issues US 2005