Patents by Inventor PATRIK STAHL

PATRIK STAHL has filed for patents to protect the following inventions. This listing includes patent applications that are pending as well as patents that have already been granted by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).

  • Patent number: 11968529
    Abstract: There is provided mechanisms for authenticating a first radio communication device with a network. A method is performed by the first radio communication device. The method comprises obtaining credentials for a network subscription to the network. The method comprises obtaining an upper part of a radio protocol stack, according to which radio protocol stack the first radio communication device is configured to communicate with the network. The method comprises authenticating with the network. The method comprises providing, to a second radio communication device, at least one key, as derived from the credentials during the authenticating, for use by the second radio communication device when executing the remaining part of the radio protocol stack for communication between the second radio communication device and the network.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: March 15, 2019
    Date of Patent: April 23, 2024
    Assignee: TELEFONAKTIEBOLAGET LM ERICSSON (PUBL)
    Inventors: Patrik Salmela, Per Ståhl, Kristian Slavov, Vesa Lehtovirta
  • Publication number: 20240093274
    Abstract: Localized detection of RNA in a tissue sample that includes cells is accomplished on an array. The array include a number of features on a substrate. Each feature includes a different capture probe immobilized such that the capture probe has a free 3? end. Each feature occupies a distinct position on the array and has an area of less than about 1 mm2. Each capture probe is a nucleic acid molecule, which includes a positional domain including a nucleotide sequence unique to a particular feature, and a capture domain including a nucleotide sequence complementary to the RNA to be detected. The capture domain can be at a position 3? of the positional domain.
    Type: Application
    Filed: September 7, 2023
    Publication date: March 21, 2024
    Inventors: Jonas Frisen, Patrik Stahl, Joakim Lundeberg
  • Publication number: 20240093290
    Abstract: The present disclosure relates to materials and methods for spatially analyzing nucleic acids fragmented with a transposase enzyme in a biological sample.
    Type: Application
    Filed: January 7, 2022
    Publication date: March 21, 2024
    Applicant: 10x Genomics, Inc.
    Inventors: Patrik Stahl, Maja Marklund, Enric Llorens Bobadilla, Jonas Frisen
  • Publication number: 20240084365
    Abstract: Localized detection of RNA in a tissue sample that includes cells is accomplished on an array. The array include a number of features on a substrate. Each feature includes a different capture probe immobilized such that the capture probe has a free 3? end. Each feature occupies a distinct position on the array and has an area of less than about 1 mm2. Each capture probe is a nucleic acid molecule, which includes a positional domain including a nucleotide sequence unique to a particular feature, and a capture domain including a nucleotide sequence complementary to the RNA to be detected. The capture domain can be at a position 3? of the positional domain.
    Type: Application
    Filed: September 7, 2023
    Publication date: March 14, 2024
    Inventors: Jonas Frisen, Patrik Stahl, Joakim Lundeberg
  • Publication number: 20240068016
    Abstract: A method for spatially tagging nucleic acids of a biological specimen, including steps of (a) providing a solid support comprising different nucleic acid probes that are randomly located on the solid support, wherein the different nucleic acid probes each includes a barcode sequence that differs from the barcode sequence of other randomly located probes on the solid support; (b) performing a nucleic acid detection reaction on the solid support to locate the barcode sequences on the solid support; (c) contacting a biological specimen with the solid support that has the randomly located probes; (d) hybridizing the randomly located probes to target nucleic acids from portions of the biological specimen; and (e) modifying the randomly located probes that are hybridized to the target nucleic acids, thereby producing modified probes that include the barcode sequences and a target specific modification, thereby spatially tagging the nucleic acids of the biological specimen.
    Type: Application
    Filed: November 9, 2023
    Publication date: February 29, 2024
    Applicants: 10x Genomics Sweden AB, Illumina, Inc.
    Inventors: Jonas Frisen, Patrik Stahl, Joakim Lundeberg, Gordon M. Cann, Leila Bazargan, Alex Aravanis
  • Publication number: 20240018589
    Abstract: The present disclosure relates to materials and methods for spatially analyzing nucleic acids that have been fragmented with a transposase enzyme, alone or in combination with other types of analytes.
    Type: Application
    Filed: July 6, 2023
    Publication date: January 18, 2024
    Inventors: Michael Schnall-Levin, Michael Ybarra Lucero, Tarjei Sigurd Mikkelsen, Patrik Stahl, Jonas Frisen, Maja Marklund, Enric Llorens Bobadilla
  • Publication number: 20230340596
    Abstract: The present disclosure relates to materials and methods for spatially analyzing nucleic acids that have been fragmented with a transposase enzyme, alone or in combination with other types of analytes.
    Type: Application
    Filed: September 19, 2022
    Publication date: October 26, 2023
    Inventors: Michael Schnall-Levin, Michael Ybarra Lucero, Tarjei Sigurd Mikkelsen, Patrik Stahl, Jonas Frisen, Maja Marklund, Enric Llorens Bobadilla
  • Patent number: 11795498
    Abstract: Localized detection of RNA in a tissue sample that includes cells is accomplished on an array. The array include a number of features on a substrate. Each feature includes a different capture probe immobilized such that the capture probe has a free 3? end. Each feature occupies a distinct position on the array and has an area of less than about 1 mm2. Each capture probe is a nucleic acid molecule, which includes a positional domain including a nucleotide sequence unique to a particular feature, and a capture domain including a nucleotide sequence complementary to the RNA to be detected. The capture domain can be at a position 3? of the positional domain.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: February 16, 2023
    Date of Patent: October 24, 2023
    Assignee: 10x Genomics Sweden AB
    Inventors: Jonas Frisen, Patrik Stahl, Joakim Lundeberg
  • Patent number: 11788122
    Abstract: Localized detection of RNA in a tissue sample that includes cells is accomplished on an array. The array include a number of features on a substrate. Each feature includes a different capture probe immobilized such that the capture probe has a free 3? end. Each feature occupies a distinct position on the array and has an area of less than about 1 mm2. Each capture probe is a nucleic acid molecule, which includes a positional domain including a nucleotide sequence unique to a particular feature, and a capture domain including a nucleotide sequence complementary to the RNA to be detected. The capture domain can be at a position 3? of the positional domain.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: October 17, 2022
    Date of Patent: October 17, 2023
    Assignee: 10x Genomics Sweden AB
    Inventors: Jonas Frisen, Patrik Stahl, Joakim Lundeberg
  • Publication number: 20230323447
    Abstract: The present disclosure relates to materials and methods for spatially analyzing nucleic acids that have been fragmented with a transposase enzyme, alone or in combination with other types of analytes
    Type: Application
    Filed: August 27, 2019
    Publication date: October 12, 2023
    Applicant: 10x Genomics, Inc.
    Inventors: Michael Schnall-Levin, Michael Ybarra Lucero, Tarjei Sigurd Mikkelsen, Patrik Stahl, Jonas Frisen, Maja Marklund, Enric Llorens Bobadilla, Eswar Prasad Ramachandran Iyer, Lucas Frenz, Augusto Manuel Tentori, Rajiv Bharadwaj
  • Publication number: 20230304078
    Abstract: A method for spatially tagging nucleic acids of a biological specimen, including steps of (a) providing a solid support comprising different nucleic acid probes that are randomly located on the solid support, wherein the different nucleic acid probes each includes a barcode sequence that differs from the barcode sequence of other randomly located probes on the solid support; (b) performing a nucleic acid detection reaction on the solid support to locate the barcode sequences on the solid support; (c) contacting a biological specimen with the solid support that has the randomly located probes; (d) hybridizing the randomly located probes to target nucleic acids from portions of the biological specimen; and (e) modifying the randomly located probes that are hybridized to the target nucleic acids, thereby producing modified probes that include the barcode sequences and a target specific modification, thereby spatially tagging the nucleic acids of the biological specimen.
    Type: Application
    Filed: May 9, 2023
    Publication date: September 28, 2023
    Applicants: Spatial Transcriptomics AB, Illumina, Inc.
    Inventors: Jonas Frisen, Patrik Stahl, Joakim Lundeberg, Gordon M. Cann, Leila Bazargan, Alex Aravanis
  • Patent number: 11739372
    Abstract: A method for spatially tagging nucleic acids of a biological specimen, including steps of (a) providing a solid support comprising different nucleic acid probes that are randomly located on the solid support, wherein the different nucleic acid probes each includes a barcode sequence that differs from the barcode sequence of other randomly located probes on the solid support; (b) performing a nucleic acid detection reaction on the solid support to locate the barcode sequences on the solid support; (c) contacting a biological specimen with the solid support that has the randomly located probes; (d) hybridizing the randomly located probes to target nucleic acids from portions of the biological specimen; and (e) modifying the randomly located probes that are hybridized to the target nucleic acids, thereby producing modified probes that include the barcode sequences and a target specific modification, thereby spatially tagging the nucleic acids of the biological specimen.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: February 9, 2023
    Date of Patent: August 29, 2023
    Assignees: Spatial Transcriptomics AB, Illumina, Inc.
    Inventors: Jonas Frisen, Patrik Stahl, Joakim Lundeberg, Gordon M. Cann, Leila Bazargan, Alex Aravanis
  • Publication number: 20230242973
    Abstract: Localized detection of RNA in a tissue sample that includes cells is accomplished on an array. The array include a number of features on a substrate. Each feature includes a different capture probe immobilized such that the capture probe has a free 3? end. Each feature occupies a distinct position on the array and has an area of less than about 1 mm2. Each capture probe is a nucleic acid molecule, which includes a positional domain including a nucleotide sequence unique to a particular feature, and a capture domain including a nucleotide sequence complementary to the RNA to be detected. The capture domain can be at a position 3? of the positional domain.
    Type: Application
    Filed: February 16, 2023
    Publication date: August 3, 2023
    Inventors: Jonas Frisen, Patrik Stahl, Joakim Lundeberg
  • Publication number: 20230183785
    Abstract: A method for spatially tagging nucleic acids of a biological specimen, including steps of (a) providing a solid support comprising different nucleic acid probes that are randomly located on the solid support, wherein the different nucleic acid probes each includes a barcode sequence that differs from the barcode sequence of other randomly located probes on the solid support; (b) performing a nucleic acid detection reaction on the solid support to locate the barcode sequences on the solid support; (c) contacting a biological specimen with the solid support that has the randomly located probes; (d) hybridizing the randomly located probes to target nucleic acids from portions of the biological specimen; and (e) modifying the randomly located probes that are hybridized to the target nucleic acids, thereby producing modified probes that include the barcode sequences and a target specific modification, thereby spatially tagging the nucleic acids of the biological specimen.
    Type: Application
    Filed: February 9, 2023
    Publication date: June 15, 2023
    Applicants: Spatial Transcriptomics AB, Illumina, Inc.
    Inventors: Jonas Frisen, Patrik Stahl, Joakim Lundeberg, Gordon M. Cann, Leila Bazargan, Alex Aravanis
  • Publication number: 20230100497
    Abstract: Localized detection of RNA in a tissue sample that includes cells is accomplished on an array. The array include a number of features on a substrate. Each feature includes a different capture probe immobilized such that the capture probe has a free 3? end. Each feature occupies a distinct position on the array and has an area of less than about 1 mm2. Each capture probe is a nucleic acid molecule, which includes a positional domain including a nucleotide sequence unique to a particular feature, and a capture domain including a nucleotide sequence complementary to the RNA to be detected. The capture domain can be at a position 3? of the positional domain.
    Type: Application
    Filed: October 17, 2022
    Publication date: March 30, 2023
    Inventors: Jonas Frisen, Patrik Stahl, Joakim Lundeberg
  • Patent number: 11613773
    Abstract: A method for spatially tagging nucleic acids of a biological specimen, including steps of (a) providing a solid support comprising different nucleic acid probes that are randomly located on the solid support, wherein the different nucleic acid probes each includes a barcode sequence that differs from the barcode sequence of other randomly located probes on the solid support; (b) performing a nucleic acid detection reaction on the solid support to locate the barcode sequences on the solid support; (c) contacting a biological specimen with the solid support that has the randomly located probes; (d) hybridizing the randomly located probes to target nucleic acids from portions of the biological specimen; and (e) modifying the randomly located probes that are hybridized to the target nucleic acids, thereby producing modified probes that include the barcode sequences and a target specific modification, thereby spatially tagging the nucleic acids of the biological specimen.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: June 7, 2022
    Date of Patent: March 28, 2023
    Assignees: Spatial Transcriptomics AB, Illumina, Inc.
    Inventors: Jonas Frisen, Patrik Stahl, Joakim Lundeberg, Gordon M. Cann, Leila Bazargan, Alex Aravanis
  • Patent number: 11519033
    Abstract: The present disclosure relates to materials and methods for spatially analyzing nucleic acids that have been fragmented with a transposase enzyme, alone or in combination with other types of analytes.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: March 7, 2022
    Date of Patent: December 6, 2022
    Assignee: 10x Genomics, Inc.
    Inventors: Michael Schnall-Levin, Michael Ybarra Lucero, Tarjei Sigurd Mikkelsen, Patrik Stahl, Jonas Frisen, Maja Marklund, Enric Llorens Bobadilla
  • Publication number: 20220364163
    Abstract: The present disclosure relates to materials and methods for spatially analyzing nucleic acids fragmented with a transposase enzyme in a biological sample.
    Type: Application
    Filed: July 19, 2022
    Publication date: November 17, 2022
    Inventors: Patrik Stahl, Maja Marklund, Enric Llorens Bobadilla, Jonas Frisen
  • Patent number: 11479809
    Abstract: Localized detection of RNA in a tissue sample that includes cells is accomplished on an array. The array include a number of features on a substrate. Each feature includes a different capture probe immobilized such that the capture probe has a free 3? end. Each feature occupies a distinct position on the array and has an area of less than about 1 mm2. Each capture probe is a nucleic acid molecule, which includes a positional domain including a nucleotide sequence unique to a particular feature, and a capture domain including a nucleotide sequence complementary to the RNA to be detected. The capture domain can be at a position 3? of the positional domain.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: March 25, 2022
    Date of Patent: October 25, 2022
    Assignee: Spatial Transcriptomics AB
    Inventors: Jonas Frisen, Patrik Stahl, Joakim Lundeberg
  • Publication number: 20220333195
    Abstract: The present disclosure relates to materials and methods for spatially analyzing nucleic acids that have been fragmented with a transposase enzyme, alone or in combination with other types of analytes.
    Type: Application
    Filed: March 7, 2022
    Publication date: October 20, 2022
    Applicant: 10x Genomics, Inc.
    Inventors: Michael Schnall-Levin, Michael Ybarra Lucero, Tarjei Sigurd Mikkelsen, Patrik Stahl, Jonas Frisen, Maja Marklund, Enric Llorens Bobadilla