Patents by Inventor Sebastien Georg Gabriel RICOULT

Sebastien Georg Gabriel RICOULT 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).

  • Publication number: 20240026348
    Abstract: Materials and methods for preparing nucleic acid libraries for next-generation sequencing are described herein. A variety of approaches are described relating to the use of unique molecular identifiers with transposon-based technology in the preparation of sequencing libraries. Also described herein are sequencing materials and methods for identifying and correcting amplification and sequencing errors.
    Type: Application
    Filed: September 28, 2023
    Publication date: January 25, 2024
    Applicants: Illumina, Inc., Illumina Cambridge Limited
    Inventors: Susan C. Verity, Robert Scott Kuersten, Niall Anthony Gormley, Andrew B. Kennedy, Sarah E. Shultzaberger, Andrew Slatter, Emma Bell, Sebastien Georg Gabriel Ricoult, Grace DeSantis, Fiona Kaper, Han-Yu Chuang, Oliver Jon Miller, Jason Richard Betley, Stephen M. Gross, Mats Ekstrand
  • Publication number: 20230279469
    Abstract: An example of a flow cell includes a substrate having depressions separated by interstitial regions. First and second primers are immobilized within the depressions. First transposome complexes are immobilized within the depressions, and the first transposome complexes include a first amplification domain. Second transposome complexes are also immobilized within the depressions, and the second transposome complexes include a second amplification domain. Some of the first transposome complexes, or some of the second transposome complexes, or some of both of the first and second transposome complexes include a modification to reduce tagmentation efficiency.
    Type: Application
    Filed: December 23, 2022
    Publication date: September 7, 2023
    Inventors: Johan Sebastian Basuki, Jonathan Mark Boutell, Jeffrey S. Fisher, Louise Jane Fraser, Wayne N. George, Niall Anthony Gormley, David Jones, Xiaoyu Ma, Maria Ines Martins Vitoriano, Zhong Mei, Oliver Jon Miller, Andrew Price, Sebastien Georg Gabriel Ricoult, Vicki S. Thomson, Jacqueline C. Weir, Xiaoy Ma, Weihua Chang, Hui Han
  • Publication number: 20230279385
    Abstract: A variety of different types of targeted transposome complexes are described herein that may be used to mediate sequence-specific targeted transposition of nucleic acids.
    Type: Application
    Filed: February 16, 2023
    Publication date: September 7, 2023
    Applicants: Illumina, Inc., Illumina Cambridge Limited
    Inventors: Frank J. STEEMERS, Jonathan Mark BOUTELL, Pietro GATTI LAFRANCONI, Oliver Jon MILLER, Emma BELL, Sebastien Georg Gabriel RICOULT, Niall Anthony GORMLEY, Kim SCHNEIDER
  • Patent number: 11390864
    Abstract: In the examples set forth herein, nucleic acid extraction materials are capable of selectively extracting cell free nucleic acids, including cell free DNA, directly from whole blood samples or plasma. Also included are methods of making and using the nucleic acid extraction materials. One example of a nucleic acid extraction material includes a substrate. This example of the nucleic acid extraction material also includes a polycation bonded to at least a portion of a surface of the substrate. In this example, the polycation consists of a polymer of a quaternized monomer selected from the group consisting of a quaternized 1-vinylimidazole monomer and a quaternized dimethylaminoethyl methacrylate monomer, or a copolymer of a neutral monomer and the quaternized monomer.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: June 28, 2018
    Date of Patent: July 19, 2022
    Assignees: Illumina, Inc., Illumina Cambridge Limited
    Inventors: Brian D. Mather, Cyril Delattre, Tarun Kumar Khurana, Yir-Shyuan Wu, Pallavi Daggumati, Behnam Javanmardi, Filiz Gorpe-Yasar, Sebastien Georg Gabriel Ricoult, Xavier von Hatten, Daniel Leonard Fuller
  • Publication number: 20210046476
    Abstract: It is an object of the present invention to achieve rapid surface patterning of biomolecules within microfluidic devices with high reproducibility. In this work, we present a new means of creating micro- and nano-patterns of aminosilanes within microfluidic devices via an aqueous based microcontact printing technique. To minimize the diffusion of molecules into the PDMS stamp, we use water as the inking solvent and enforce short incubation and contact times during the printing process to preserve the pre-defined resolution of patterned features. These patterns then serve as the building block to couple multiple biomolecules in solution onto a single surface for subsequent bioassays.
    Type: Application
    Filed: September 2, 2020
    Publication date: February 18, 2021
    Inventors: Amy Shen FRIED, Sebastien Georg Gabriel RICOULT
  • Publication number: 20200325467
    Abstract: An example of a nucleic acid extraction material includes a substrate. The nucleic acid extraction material also includes a polycation bonded to at least a portion of a surface of the substrate. The polycation consists of a polymer of a quaternized monomer selected from the group consisting of a quaternized 1-vinylimidazole monomer and a quaternized dimethylaminoethyl methacrylate monomer, or a copolymer of a neutral monomer and the quaternized monomer.
    Type: Application
    Filed: June 28, 2018
    Publication date: October 15, 2020
    Inventors: Brian D. Mather, Cyril Delattre, Tarun Kumar Khurana, Yir-Shyuan Wu, Pallavi Daggumati, Behnam Javanmardi, Filiz Gorpe-Yasar, Sebastien Georg Gabriel Ricoult, Xavier von Hatten, Daniel Leonard Fuller
  • Publication number: 20190030530
    Abstract: It is an object of the present invention to achieve rapid surface patterning of biomolecules within microfluidic devices with high reproducibility. In this work, we present a new means of creating micro- and nano-patterns of aminosilanes within microfluidic devices via an aqueous based microcontact printing technique. To minimize the diffusion of molecules into the PDMS stamp, we use water as the inking solvent and enforce short incubation and contact times during the printing process to preserve the predefined resolution of patterned features. These patterns then serve as the building block to couple multiple biomolecules in solution onto a single surface for subsequent bioassays.
    Type: Application
    Filed: February 1, 2017
    Publication date: January 31, 2019
    Inventors: Amy Shen FRIED, Sebastien Georg Gabriel RICOULT