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Alptekin Aksan, John J McGrath: Method for controlling the chemical and heat induced responses of collagenous materials. Board of Trustees of Michigan State University, Ian C McLeod, April 23, 2002: US06375672 (108 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a method for strengthening collagen in collagenous tissue which uses the controlled application of heat to induce shrinkage or contraction of the collagen in the tissue and a cross-linking means which cross-links the shrunken collagen in the tissue thereby stabilizing ...


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John R Lloyd, Timothy A Grotjohn, Arthur J Weber, Frank R Rosenbaum, Gregory A Goodall: Implantable microscale pressure sensor system for pressure monitoring and management. Board of Trustees of Michigan State University, Ian C McLeod, May 10, 2005: US06890300 (76 worldwide citation)

A MEMS chip sensor (10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70) based upon detection of an induced inductance in the sensor is described. The sensor is used in an environment for detection of fluid pressures. The method and system is particularly used in animals, including humans, to sense pressure changes, particu ...


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Melvin S Schindler, John F Holland: Positive selection sorting of cells. Board of Trustees of Michigan State University, Miller Morriss & Pappas, December 16, 1986: US04629687 (66 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for positive selection of viable cells based upon differing chemical or physical properties or dynamic processes using a focussed radiant energy beam, such as a laser beam (11) to kill unwanted cells is described. The apparatus includes a microscope (14) with a photomultiplier ...


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Marcos Dantus: Control system and apparatus for use with ultra-fast laser. Board of Trustees of Michigan State University, Harness Dickey & Pierce, July 5, 2011: US07973936 (58 worldwide citation)

A control system and apparatus for use with an ultra-fast laser is provided. In another aspect of the present invention, the apparatus includes a laser, pulse shaper, detection device and control system. A multiphoton intrapulse interference method is used to characterize the spectral phase of laser ...


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Marcos Dantus, Igor Pastirk, Vadim V Lozovoy, Matthew Comstock: Control system and apparatus for use with ultra-fast laser. Board of Trustees of Michigan State University, Harness Dickey & Pierce, July 28, 2009: US07567596 (53 worldwide citation)

A control system and apparatus for use with an ultra-fast laser is provided. In another aspect of the present invention, the apparatus includes a laser, pulse shaper, detection device and control system. A multiphoton intrapulse interference method is used to characterize the spectral phase of laser ...


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Melvin S Schindler, John F Holland: Positive selection sorting of cells. Board of Trustees of Michigan State University, Miller Morriss & Pappas, November 25, 1986: US04624915 (42 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for position selection of viable cells based upon differing chemical or physical properties or dynamic processes using a focussed radiant energy beam, such as a laser beam (11) to kill unwanted cells or to isolate wanted cells is described. The apparatus includes microscope me ...


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Hansen Clarence M: Sod knife for anhydrous ammonia. Board of Trustees of Michigan State University, December 26, 1972: US3707132 (40 worldwide citation)

A constant attitude sod knife for injection of anhydrous ammonia to the soil which includes a ground opening blade structure, a gas injection tube disposed at the heel or trailing of the blade and covered by a diffusion director vane or wing and subsequently by a tamping or compaction vane or wing w ...


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Thomas J Pinnavaia, Louis Mercier: Combined porous organic and inorganic oxide materials prepared by non-ionic surfactant templating route. Board of Trustees of Michigan State University, Ian C McLeod, October 15, 2002: US06465387 (38 worldwide citation)

A method for preparing synthetic, semi-crystalline, porous inorganic oxide composition containing a reactive organic silane moiety which is on the surface of pore walls. The composition is prepared from a poly(oxyalkylene) based surfactant and a hydrolyzable organic silane. The surfactant is prefera ...


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Thomas J Pinnavaia, Wenzhong Zhang, Thomas R Pauly, Peter T Tanev: Quasi crystalline inorganic oxide compositions prepared by neutral templating route. Board of Trustees of Michigan State University, Ian C McLeod, June 25, 2002: US06410473 (33 worldwide citation)

Crystalline inorganic oxide compositions having regular wormhole-like channels are described. The formation of the mesoporous composition is accomplished by hydrogen bonding between a neutral amine template in water and a water miscible organic solvent and a neutral inorganic oxide precursor, wherei ...


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Thomas J Pinnavaia, Wenzhong Zhang, Yu Liu: Ultrastable porous aluminosilicate structures. Board of Trustees of Michigan State University, Ian C McLeod, June 8, 2004: US06746659 (32 worldwide citation)

Mesoporous hexagonal, cubic, lamellar, wormhole, or cellular foam aluminosilicates, gallosilicates and titanosilicates derived from protozeolitic seeds using an ionic structure directing agent are described. The silicon and aluminum, gallium or titanium centers in the structures are stable so that t ...



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