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Jeffrey A Ness

age ~51

from Claremont, CA

Also known as:
  • Jeffrey Ness
  • Jeffrey Andrew Ness
  • Jeff Ness
  • Jeffery Ness
1741 Simmons Ct, Claremont, CA 91711

Jeffrey Ness Phones & Addresses

  • 1741 Simmons Ct, Claremont, CA 91711
  • 1043 Holt Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90035
  • South Pasadena, CA
  • La Canada, CA
  • 2125 Sherington Pl, Newport Beach, CA 92663
  • Irvine, CA

Work

  • Company:
    Fierro communications, inc
    2011
  • Position:
    It support contractor

Education

  • School / High School:
    Bridgewater Univ
    2004
  • Specialities:
    BS in Primary Education

Skills

A+ • Network+ • Security+. CCNA • Technician • IT System Trainer • IT Asset Management • Network Architecture • IBM Mainframe • SAS • Focus • Terminal Emulation; Computer Graphic Des... • marketing concepts • risk management and Strategic Operations.

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Us Patents

  • Methylation Analysis Using Nicking Agents

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  • US Patent:
    6884586, Apr 26, 2005
  • Filed:
    Jul 15, 2002
  • Appl. No.:
    10/197616
  • Inventors:
    Jeffrey Van Ness - Claremont CA,
    David J. Galas - Claremont CA,
    Lori K. Van Ness - Claremont CA,
  • Assignee:
    Keck Graduate Institute - Claremont CA
  • International Classification:
    C12Q001/68
  • US Classification:
    435 6
  • Abstract:
    The present invention provides methods and compositions for nucleic acid methylation analysis using nicking agents.
  • Exponential Amplification Of Nucleic Acids Using Nicking Agents

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  • US Patent:
    20030138800, Jul 24, 2003
  • Filed:
    Jul 15, 2002
  • Appl. No.:
    10/196740
  • Inventors:
    Jeffrey Van Ness - Claremont CA,
    David Galas - Claremont CA,
    Lori Van Ness - Claremont CA,
  • Assignee:
    Keck Graduate Institute - Claremont CA
  • International Classification:
    C12Q001/68
    C12P019/34
  • US Classification:
    435/006000, 435/091200
  • Abstract:
    The present invention provides methods and compositions for exponential amplification of nucleic acid molecules using nicking agents. In certain aspects, the amplification may be performed isothermally. This invention is useful in many areas such as disease diagnosis.
  • Methods For Identifying Nucleotides At Defined Positions In Target Nucleic Acids

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  • US Patent:
    20040058349, Mar 25, 2004
  • Filed:
    Sep 10, 2003
  • Appl. No.:
    10/398004
  • Inventors:
    Jeffrey Van Ness - Claremont CA,
    David Galas - Claremong CA,
    Lori Garrison - Claremont CA,
  • International Classification:
    C12Q001/68
  • US Classification:
    435/006000
  • Abstract:
    The identity of a nucleotide of interest in a target nucleic acid molecule is determined by combining the target with two primers, where the first primer hybridizes to and extends from a location 3′ of the nucleotide of interest in the target, so as to incorporate the complement of the nucleotide of interest in a first extension product. The second primer then hybridizes to and extends based on the first extension product, at a location 3′ of the complement of the nucleotide of interest, so as to incorporate the nucleotide of interest in a second extension product. The first primer then hybridizes to and extends from a location 3′ of the nucleotide of interest in the second extension product, so as to form, in combination with the second extension product, a nucleic acid fragment. The first and second primers are designed to incorporate a portion of the recognition sequence of a restriction endonuclease that recognizes a partially variable interrupted base sequence. i.e. a sequence of the form A-B-C where A and C are a number and sequence of bases essential for RE recognition, and B is a number of bases essential for RE recognition. The first primer incorporates the sequence A, the second primer incorporates the sequence C, and they are designed, in view of the target, to product a nucleic acid fragment where sequences A and C are separated by the bases B, where the nucleotide of interest is within region B. Action of the RE on the nucleic acid fragment provides a small nucleic acid fragment that is amendable to characterization, to thereby reveal the identity of the nucleotide of interest.
  • Methods For Identifying Nucleotides At Defined Positions In Target Nucleic Acids Using Fluorescence Polarization

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  • US Patent:
    20040038256, Feb 26, 2004
  • Filed:
    Jul 3, 2003
  • Appl. No.:
    10/398101
  • Inventors:
    Jeffrey Van Ness - Claremont CA,
    David Galas - Claremont CA,
    Lori Garrison - Claremont CA,
  • Assignee:
    KECK GRADUATE INSTITUTE - Claremont CA
  • International Classification:
    C12Q001/68
  • US Classification:
    435/006000
  • Abstract:
    The invention provides a method for identifying a nucleotide at a defined position in a target nucleic acid using restriction endonucleases and fluorescence polarization. The invention further provides compounds, compositions, and kits related to the method.
  • Cationic Polyelectrolytes In Biomolecule Purification And Analysis

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  • US Patent:
    20040029143, Feb 12, 2004
  • Filed:
    Feb 28, 2003
  • Appl. No.:
    10/377286
  • Inventors:
    Jeffrey Van Ness - Claremont CA,
    Lori Van Ness - Claremont CA,
  • International Classification:
    C12Q001/68
  • US Classification:
    435/006000, 422/058000, 436/166000
  • Abstract:
    Cationic polyelectrolyte comprising multiple quaternary ammonium residues, e.g., poly(diallyldimethylammonium)chloride (PDADMAC) may be used in analytical and separation techniques involving polynucleotides. This polymer and polynucleotides form a strong interaction that may be utilized in separation techniques for polynucleotides, and for stabilizing polynucleotides on a surface.
  • Methods For Parallel Measurement Of Genetic Variations

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  • US Patent:
    20040019005, Jan 29, 2004
  • Filed:
    Jul 3, 2003
  • Appl. No.:
    10/398006
  • Inventors:
    Jeffrey Van Ness - Claremont CA,
    David Galas - Claremont CA,
    Lori Garrison - Claremont CA,
  • International Classification:
    A61K048/00
    C12Q001/68
  • US Classification:
    514/044000, 435/006000
  • Abstract:
    The identity of a nucleotide of interest in a target nucleic acid molecule is determined by combining the target with two primers. The first primer is immobilized to a substrate and hybridizes to and extends from a location 3′ of the nucleotide of interest in the target, so as to incorporate the complement of the nucleotide of interest in a first extension product. The second primer then hybridizes to and extends based on the first extension product, which is immobilized to the substrate via the first primer, at a location 3′ of the complement of the nucleotide of interest, so as to incorporate the nucleotide of interest in a second extension product. The second extension product then dissociates from the first extension product and thus from the substrate and re-hybridizes to another first primer molecule that has not extended. The non-extended first primer then extends from a location 3′ of the nucleotide of interest in the second extension product, so as to form, in combination with the second extension product, a double-stranded nucleic acid fragment. The first and second primers are designed to incorporate a portion of the recognition sequence of a restriction endonuclease (RE) that recognizes a partially variable interrupted nucleotide sequence, i.e., a sequence of the form D-N-S where D and S refer to specific nucleotide sequences essential for RE recognition, and N is a sequence consisting of n viable nucleotides also required for RE recognition. The first primer incorporates the sequence D, the second primer incorporates the sequence S, and they are designed, in view of the target, to product a nucleic acid fragment where constant sequences D and S are separated by variable sequence N, where the nucleotide of interest is within region N. Action of the RE on the nucleic acid fragment provides a small nucleic acid fragment that is amendable to characterization, to thereby reveal the identity of the nucleotide of interest.
  • Compositions And Methods For Increasing Bone Mineralization

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  • US Patent:
    20040009535, Jan 15, 2004
  • Filed:
    Jun 16, 2003
  • Appl. No.:
    10/463190
  • Inventors:
    Mary Brunkow - Seattle WA,
    David Galas - Claremont CA,
    Brian Kovacevich - Renton WA,
    John Mulligan - Seattle WA,
    Bryan Paeper - Seattle WA,
    Jeffrey Van Ness - Claremont CA,
    David Winkler - Seattle WA,
  • Assignee:
    Celltech R&D, Inc. - Bothell WA
  • International Classification:
    G01N033/53
    C07K016/40
  • US Classification:
    435/007100, 530/388260
  • Abstract:
    A novel class or family of TGF- binding proteins is disclosed. Also disclosed are assays for selecting molecules for increasing bone mineralization and methods for utilizing such molecules. In particular, compositions and methods relating to antibodies that specifically bind to TGF-beta binding proteins are provided. These methods and compositions relate to altering bone mineral density by interfering with the interaction between a TGF-beta binding protein sclerostin and a TGF-beta superfamily member, particularly a bone morphogenic protein. Increasing bone mineral density has uses in diseases and conditions in which low bone mineral density typifies the condition, such as osteopenia, osteoporosis, and bone fractures.
  • Gene Expression Analysis Using Nicking Agents

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  • US Patent:
    20030165911, Sep 4, 2003
  • Filed:
    Jul 15, 2002
  • Appl. No.:
    10/196350
  • Inventors:
    Jeffrey Van Ness - Claremont CA,
    David Galas - Claremont CA,
    Lori Van Ness - Claremont CA,
  • Assignee:
    Keck Graduate Institute - Claremont CA
  • International Classification:
    C12Q001/68
    C12P019/34
  • US Classification:
    435/006000, 435/091200
  • Abstract:
    The present invention provides methods and compositions for gene expression analyses using nicking agents.

Resumes

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Software Developer Ii At Rackspace, The Open Cloud Company

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Position:
Software Developer II at Rackspace, the Open Cloud Company
Location:
United States
Industry:
Information Technology and Services
Work:
Rackspace, the Open Cloud Company - Austin, Texas Area
Software Developer II

Rackspace Hosting - Austin, Texas Area 2011 - 2013
Software Developer II

Rackspace Hosting - Austin, Texas Area 2009 - 2011
Linux Administrator II

Rackspace Hosting - Austin, Texas Area 2008 - 2009
Windows Administrator II

Cogent Systems 2006 - 2008
System Administrator
Education:
Brooks College 2004 - 2005
Associate of Science (A.S.), Information Technology
Interests:
Django, Linux, Python, Redhat, Fedora, PyCon, RaspberryPi, Open Source
Certifications:
Red Hat Certified Engineer, Redhat
Linux+, Comptia
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Fi/Co Consultant At Sap America

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Position:
Principal Applications Consultant at SAP
Location:
Greater Los Angeles Area
Industry:
Computer Software
Work:
SAP since Jun 1998
Principal Applications Consultant
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Jeffrey Van Ness Las Vegas, NV

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Work:
Fierro Communications, Inc

2011 to 2000
IT Support Contractor
Moving Visions

Mar 2009 to 2000
IT Support Contractor
Virtual Renderings
Santa Monica, CA
May 1994 to Jul 1998
President & Owner
City of Los Angeles
Los Angeles, CA
1988 to 1998
Supervisor
Education:
Bridgewater Univ
2004
BS in Primary Education
UCLA
1993
Teaching
Embry-Riddle
1984
Sierra College
1982
Skills:
A+, Network+, Security+. CCNA, Technician, IT System Trainer, IT Asset Management, Network Architecture, IBM Mainframe, SAS, Focus, Terminal Emulation; Computer Graphic Designer (PC) (MAC); Extensive supervisory and leadership experience. Demonstrated expertise in administrative functions, marketing concepts, risk management and Strategic Operations.

Myspace

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Jeffrey Ness

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Locality:
Spokane Valley
Birthday:
1948
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Jeffrey Ness

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Locality:
Round Rock, Texas
Birthday:
1944

Classmates

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Jeffrey Ness

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Schools:
Emerson Elementary School La Crosse WI 1962-1969, Lincoln Middle School La Crosse WI 1969-1972
Community:
Tim Krenz, Shayna Yager
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Jeffrey Scott Ness

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Schools:
Max High School Max ND 1984-1988
Community:
Kirk Hochsprung, Danny Anderson, Cheryl Shadaram
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Emerson Elementary School...

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Graduates:
Diane Fluekiger (1970-1976),
Jeffrey Ness (1962-1969),
Doug Carter (1974-1976),
Deborah Buchman (1980-1986)
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Lincoln Middle School, La...

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Graduates:
Anelise Schroedar (1982-1985),
David Bartle (1980-1984),
Michael Strizic (1964-1965),
Diane Fluekiger (1976-1979),
Jeffrey Ness (1969-1972)
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University of California ...

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Graduates:
Jeffrey Ness (1990-1993),
Lynn Sloyer (1973-1977),
Hector Zaragoza (1977-1979),
Yuki Reid (1994-1999)
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Central High School, La c...

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Graduates:
Jeffrey Ness (1971-1975),
Mona Slater (1976-1980),
Judith Pomrenke (1978-1979),
Kimberly Bauer (1970-1974),
Marc Snodgrass (1979-1983)
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Dulaney High School, Timo...

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Graduates:
Jeffrey Ness (1967-1971),
Jeff Mauser (1983-1987),
Jeffery Anderson (1984-1988)
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Pasadena City College, Pa...

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Graduates:
Jeffrey Ness (1988-1990),
Richard Erdman (1948-1950),
Tracy Reigelman (1976-1979)

Facebook

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Patrick Jeffrey Ness

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Friends:
Judson Mitchell, Rob Barkhouse, Ali Voutour, Brodie Lawrence Cocks, Amy Brown

Googleplus

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Jeffrey Ness

Lived:
Round Rock TX
Norwalk Ca
Work:
Rackspace - Linux Software Developer (2011)
Education:
Brooks College - Computer Science
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Jeffrey Ness


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