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Carl A Burtis

Deceased

from Oak Ridge, TN

Also known as:
  • Carl Burtis
  • Carl Alfred Burtis
  • Carla Burtis
1097 Outer Dr, Oak Ridge, TN 378308654837278

Carl Burtis Phones & Addresses

  • 1097 Outer Dr, Oak Ridge, TN 37830 • 8654837278
  • 1097 W Outer Dr, Oak Ridge, TN 37830

Work

  • Position:
    Building and Grounds Cleaning and Maintenance Occupations

Education

  • Degree:
    Associate degree or higher

Isbn (Books And Publications)

  • Tietz Textbook Of Clinical Chemistry And Molecular Diagnosis

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  • Author:
    Carl A. Burtis
  • ISBN #:
    0721601898
  • Tietz Fundamentals Of Clinical Chemistry

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  • Author:
    Carl A. Burtis
  • ISBN #:
    0721637639
  • Tietz Fundamentals Of Clinical Chemistry

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  • Author:
    Carl A. Burtis
  • ISBN #:
    0721638651
  • Tietz Textbook Of Clinical Chemistry

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  • Author:
    Carl A. Burtis
  • ISBN #:
    0721644724
  • Tietz Textbook Of Clinical Chemistry

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  • Author:
    Carl A. Burtis
  • ISBN #:
    0721656102
  • Tietz Fundamentals Of Clinical Chemistry

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  • Author:
    Carl A. Burtis
  • ISBN #:
    0721686346
  • Advances In Critical Care Testing: The 2002 Ifcc-Roche Diagnostics Award

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  • Author:
    Carl A. Burtis
  • ISBN #:
    3540407529

Us Patents

  • Rotor Assembly And Assay Method

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  • US Patent:
    52428036, Sep 7, 1993
  • Filed:
    May 5, 1992
  • Appl. No.:
    7/878799
  • Inventors:
    Carl A. Burtis - Oak Ridge TN
    Wayne F. Johnson - Loudon TN
    William A. Walker - Knoxville TN
  • Assignee:
    Martin Marietta Energy Systems, Inc. - Oak Ridge TN
  • International Classification:
    G01N 3353
    G01N 33543
  • US Classification:
    435 792
  • Abstract:
    A rotor assembly for carrying out an assay includes a rotor body which is rotatable about an axis of rotation, and has a central chamber and first, second, third, fourth, fifth, and sixth chambers which are in communication with and radiate from the central chamber. The rotor assembly further includes a shuttle which is movable through the central chamber and insertable into any of the chambers, the shuttle including a reaction cup carrying an immobilized antigen or an antibody for transport among the chambers. A method for carrying out an assay using the rotor assembly includes moving the reaction cup among the six chambers by passing the cup through the central chamber between centrifugation steps in order to perform the steps of: separating plasma from blood cells, binding plasma antibody or antigen, washing, drying, binding enzyme conjugate, reacting with enzyme substrate and optically comparing the resulting reaction product with unreacted enzyme substrate solution. The movement of the reaction cup can be provided by attaching a magnet to the reaction cup and supplying a moving magnetic field to the rotor.
  • Device And Method For Automated Separation Of A Sample Of Whole Blood Into Aliquots

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  • US Patent:
    48472050, Jul 11, 1989
  • Filed:
    Apr 8, 1987
  • Appl. No.:
    7/036038
  • Inventors:
    Carl A. Burtis - Oak Ridge TN
    Wayne F. Johnson - Loudon TN
  • Assignee:
    Martin Marietta Energy Systems, Inc. - Oak Ridge TN
  • International Classification:
    B04B 502
    B04B 1100
    B01D 2126
  • US Classification:
    436 45
  • Abstract:
    A device and a method for automated processing and separation of an unmeasured sample of whole blood into multiple aliquots of plasma. Capillaries are radially oriented on a rotor, with the rotor defining a sample chamber, transfer channels, overflow chamber, overflow channel, vent channel, cell chambers, and processing chambers. A sample of whole blood is placed in the sample chamber, and when the rotor is rotated, the blood moves outward through the transfer channels to the processing chambers where the blood is centrifugally separated into a solid cellular component and a liquid plasma component. When the rotor speed is decreased, the plasma component backfills the capillaries resulting in uniform aliquots of plasma which may be used for subsequent analytical procedures.
  • Rotor For Processing Liquids Using Movable Capillary Tubes

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  • US Patent:
    48351067, May 30, 1989
  • Filed:
    Jul 17, 1987
  • Appl. No.:
    7/074739
  • Inventors:
    Wayne F. Johnson - Loudon TN
    Carl A. Burtis - Oak Ridge TN
    William A. Walker - Knoxville TN
  • Assignee:
    Martin Marietta Energy Systems, Inc. - Oak Ridge TN
  • International Classification:
    G01N 110
    G01N 2107
  • US Classification:
    436 45
  • Abstract:
    A rotor assembly for processing liquids, especially whole blood samples, is disclosed. The assembly includes apparatus for separating non-liquid components of whole blood samples from liquid components, apparatus for diluting the separated liquid component with a diluent and apparatus for transferring the diluted sample to an external apparatus for analysis. The rotor assembly employs several movable capillary tubes to handle the sample and diluents. A method for using the rotor assembly to process liquids is also described.
  • Method And Apparatus For Automated Processing And Aliquoting Of Whole Blood Samples For Analysis In A Centrifugal Fast Analyzer

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  • US Patent:
    47404728, Apr 26, 1988
  • Filed:
    Aug 5, 1985
  • Appl. No.:
    6/762368
  • Inventors:
    Carl A. Burtis - Oak Ridge TN
    Wayne F. Johnson - Loudon TN
    William A. Walker - Knoxville TN
  • Assignee:
    The United States of America as represented by the United States
    Department of Energy - Washington DC
  • International Classification:
    B04B 502
    B04B 1100
    B01D 2126
  • US Classification:
    436 63
  • Abstract:
    A rotor and disc assembly for use in a centrifugal fast analyzer. The assembly is designed to process multiple samples of whole blood followed by aliquoting of the resultant serum into precisely measured samples for subsequent chemical analysis. The assembly requires minimal operator involvement with no mechanical pipetting. The system comprises (1) a whole blood sample disc, (2) a serum sample disc, (3) a sample preparation rotor, and (4) an analytical rotor. The blood sample disc and serum sample disc are designed with a plurality of precision bore capillary tubes arranged in a spoked array. Samples of blood are loaded into the blood sample disc in capillary tubes filled by capillary action and centrifugally discharged into cavities of the sample preparation rotor where separation of serum and solids is accomplished. The serum is loaded into the capillaries of the serum sample disc by capillary action and subsequently centrifugally expelled into cuvettes of the analytical rotor for analysis by conventional methods.
  • Rotor Assembly And Method For Automatically Processing Liquids

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  • US Patent:
    51732629, Dec 22, 1992
  • Filed:
    May 30, 1989
  • Appl. No.:
    7/359007
  • Inventors:
    Carl A. Burtis - Oak Ridge TN
    Wayne F. Johnson - Loudon TN
    William A. Walker - Knoxville TN
  • Assignee:
    Martin Marietta Energy Systems, Inc. - Oak Ridge TN
  • International Classification:
    G01N 110
    G01N 930
    G01N 3500
    B04B 502
  • US Classification:
    422 72
  • Abstract:
    A rotor assembly for performing a relatively large number of processing steps upon a sample, such as a whole blood sample, and a diluent, such as water, includes a rotor body for rotation about an axis and including a network of chambers within which various processing steps are performed upon the sample and diluent and passageways through which the sample and diluent are transferred. A transfer mechanism is movable through the rotor body by the influence of a magnetic field generated adjacent the transfer mechanism and movable along the rotor body, and the assembly utilizes centrifugal force, a transfer of momentum and capillary action to perform any of a number of processing steps such as separation, aliquoting, transference, washing, reagent addition and mixing of the sample and diluent within the rotor body. The rotor body is particularly suitable for automatic immunoassay analyses.

Resumes

Carl Burtis Photo 1

Independent Medical Practice Professional

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Location:
Knoxville, Tennessee Area
Industry:
Medical Practice
Education:
Purdue 1962 - 1967
Carl Burtis Photo 2

Chemist At Utb

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Position:
chemist at UTB
Location:
Knoxville, Tennessee Area
Industry:
Government Administration
Work:
UTB
chemist

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