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Volume Level Detection of Medical Samples in Opaque Test Tubes

Brendan Corbin, M.S. University of Utah, 2007
Ph.D. thesis project of Xin Liu

Introduction

An increasing number of biotechnology companies use automated testing facilities to test liquid medical samples in tubes. In order to perform these tests safely and reliably, it is necessary to verify the minimum required and maximum allowable volume levels without removing the cap of the tube.

Publications

X. Liu, B.J. Corbin, S.J.M. Bamberg, W.R. Provancher, E. Bamberg (2008). Optical system to detect volume of medical samples in labeled test tubes. Optical Engineering 47(9), 094402.

C. Hawker, W. Roberts, T. Ring, B. Choi, E. Bamberg, B. Corbin, A. DaSilva (2006). Unique automation systems in a high volume clinical reference laboratory. In: Annals of the Association of Clinical Scientists, 36(2), p. 228.

 

 

 

 

 


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