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Lumb William V, Brasmer Timothy H: Method of applying vertebral appliance. Colorado State University Research Foundation, March 14, 1972: US3648691 (406 worldwide citation)

A method of applying a vertebral appliance for use in bridging one or more diseased or damaged vertebra that comprises a pair of elongate flexible multiapertured together with fasteners used to clamp same on opposite sides of the spinous processes thus spanned. Each strap is of a length adapted to s ...


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E Christopher Orton: Treated tissue for implantation and methods of treatment and use. Colorado State University Research Foundation, Kenyon & Kenyon, March 9, 1993: US05192312 (80 worldwide citation)

Tissue which is suitable for transplant is treated with a growth factor and cells which populate the tissue and native cells must be removed, they cannot be "masked" reduce immunogenicity; this increases the longevity of the tissue upon transplant. The preferred growth factor is basic fibroblast gro ...


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Bruce E Dale: Method for increasing the reactivity and digestibility of cellulose with ammonia. Colorado State University Research Foundation, Burton Dorr & Carson, July 15, 1986: US04600590 (71 worldwide citation)

A method of treating cellulose-containing materials to increase chemical and biological reactivity of cellulose. The cellulose is contacted, in a pressure vessel, with a volatile liquid swelling agent having a vapor pressure greater than atmospheric at ambient temperatures, such as ammonia. The cont ...


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Bruce E Dale: Process for increasing the reactivity of cellulose-containing materials. Colorado State University Research Foundation, Arnold White & Durkee, August 6, 1991: US05037663 (66 worldwide citation)

This process for increasing the reactivity of cellulose-containing materials such as animal feedstuffs involves contacting the material, in a pressure vessel, with a volatile liquid swelling agent e.g. ammonia, which has a vapor pressure greater than atmospheric pressure at ambient temperatures. The ...


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Earnest D Stuart: Treatment of fibrous lignocellulosic biomass by high shear forces in a turbulent couette flow to make the biomass more susceptible to hydrolysis. Colorado State University Research Foundation, Arnold White & Durkee, December 6, 1994: US05370999 (61 worldwide citation)

High-shear, microcavitation is used to shred and disintegrate fibrous lignocellulose-containing biomass to make the biomass more susceptible to hydrolysis. This process is preferably done with the biomass particles dispersed in a slurry created using only water. The process can be performed on slurr ...


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Cleon V Kimberling, Gary P Rupp: Apparatus for spaying large animals. Colorado State University Research Foundation, Edwin L Spangler Jr, September 2, 1980: US04220155 (56 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to a surgical tool for use in removing the ovaries from large animals that is characterized by a pair of telescoped tubes, the inner tube of the pair terminating in a pointed end movable from a retracted position recessed inside the outer to an extended position projecting the ...


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June I Medford, Richard C Haskell, Barbara M Hoeling, Daniel C Petersen, Ruye Wang, Mary E Williams: Optical coherence microscope and methods of use for rapid in vivo three-dimensional visualization of biological function. Colorado State University Research Foundation, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, August 19, 2003: US06608717 (51 worldwide citation)

A high resolution optical coherence microscope system for visualizing structures below a surface of a biological sample is provided. The system includes a light source emitting light in a wavelength of between 700 and 1500 nm, the light being directed along a sample path and a reference path. The le ...


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Kristopher S Buchanan, Lisa Herickhoff, George Seidel, George C Malachowski, Matthias J G Ottenberg, Douglas H Ferguson: XY, DakoCytomation Colorado, Colorado State University Research Foundation, Santangelo Law Offices P C, June 8, 2004: US06746873 (45 worldwide citation)

A flow cytometry system is disclosed for oscillating the exterior of a flow cytometer nozzle. Oscillating the exterior of a flow cytometer nozzle at selected oscillations or a sweeping range of oscillations disintegrates particles and gas entrapped within the flow cytometer nozzle. Adherents absorbe ...


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George Seidel, Lisa Herickhoff, John Schenk: Multiple sexed embryo production system for mammals. Colorado State University through its agent Colorado State University Research Foundation and XY, Santangelo Law Offices P C, April 16, 2002: US06372422 (42 worldwide citation)

Improved insemination systems particularly adapted to use for sex-selected sperm sorting include systems which achieve superovulation and then multiple embryo production with sexed embryos. These systems combine with other techniques, including techniques for enhanced sheath fluid and other strategi ...


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Earnest D Stuart, Vivian M Latimer: Treatment method for fibrous lignocellulosic biomass using fixed stator device having nozzle tool with opposing coaxial toothed rings to make the biomass more susceptible to hydrolysis. Colorado State University Research Foundation, Arnold White & Durkee, March 12, 1996: US05498766 (36 worldwide citation)

High-shear, microcavitation is used to shred and disintegrate fibrous lignocellulose-containing biomass to make the biomass more susceptible to hydrolysis. This process is preferably performed with the biomass particles dispersed in a slurry created using only water. The process can be performed on ...