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Rodney C Baker: Solid pharmaceutical composition. Coopers Animal Health, Nixon & Vanderhye, March 2, 1993: US05190760 (48 worldwide citation)

A solid pharmaceutical composition for release of a biologically active substance into a desired aqueous environment, containing a core and an outer layer, said core comprising between 17 and 93% by weight of the biologically active substance, between 0.01 and 7% by weight of a water swellable polym ...


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Neill M MacKenzie, Angela M O Sullivan: Formation of adjuvant complexes. Coopers Animal Health, January 1, 1991: US04981684 (40 worldwide citation)

"Iscom" adjuvant matrices, comprising a sterol, a glycoside, a solubilized water-insoluble antigen and, optionally, a phospholipid, may be formed without removing the solubilizing agent used for the antigen. The glycoside is preferably Quil A and the sterol is preferably cholesterol.


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Michael G Stratford: Belt mounted portable dispensing system for veterinary fluids. Coopers Animal Health, October 13, 1992: US05154324 (23 worldwide citation)

A portable dispensing system for administering fluids to livestock (e.g. vaccines, drenches/pour-ons) comprising a pack (1) for fluid materials attached to the operator by a belt. In use, fluid is drawn from the interior of the pack via a dip tube (7) and through a flexible delivery tube (10) by rep ...


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Neill M MacKenzie, Angela M O Sullivan: Adjuvant complexes and vaccine made therefrom. Coopers Animal Health, Kokjer Kircher Bowman & Johnson, January 12, 1993: US05178860 (19 worldwide citation)

"Iscom" adjuvant matrices, comprising a sterol, a glycoside, a solubilized water-insoluble antigen and, optionally, a phospholipid, may be formed without removing the solubilizing agent used for the antigen.


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Baker Ivor Philip: Liquid formulations.. Coopers Animal Health, December 16, 1987: EP0249409-A2 (12 worldwide citation)

A pour-on formulation comprising one or more ectoparasiticides in a solvent system comprising 80 to 98% w/v of a fixed oil and 2 to 20% w/v of a volatile silicone, a method for its preparations and its use in the control of ectoparasiticides on animals.


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Mackenzie Neill Moray, O& 039, Sullivan Angela Marie: Complexes having adjuvant activity.. Coopers Animal Health, March 6, 1991: EP0415794-A1 (12 worldwide citation)

"Empty" iscom matrices, ie. formed without an antigen, have been found to provide an adjuvant formation for a separate antigen in a vaccine formulation, the antigen being associated with a bacterium or mycoplasma. It has also been found that these and conventional iscoms can be formed without removi ...


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Shepherd Michael Trevor, Edwards Scott Richard: Intra-ruminal depot.. Coopers Animal Health, October 25, 1989: EP0338094-A1 (8 worldwide citation)

An intraruminal device has hinged wings (6) which lie along the body of the device during administration to the animal but which are urged outwardly by a spring (14) acting on a piston (12) shortly thereafter. The wings (6) are locked in the extended position: the piston (12) (see Figure 2) prevents ...


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R Edwards Scott, Clifford A A Graham, Michael T Shepherd: Heavy density depot. Coopers Animal Health Australia, Donald Brown, September 19, 1989: US04867980 (7 worldwide citation)

A heavy density depot for lodgement in the remeno-reticulum of a ruminant animal and progressive release of veterinary substance, comprises an elongate body containing the veterinary substance and having an aperture to allow its progressive release, and a domed weight at a leading end of the body to ...


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Michael T Shepherd: Intra-ruminal device for delivering drugs. Coopers Animal Health, Nixon & Vanderhye, November 10, 1992: US05162116 (6 worldwide citation)

An intraruminal device for controlled release of a drug formulation in the rumen of an animal, comprises an open-ended tube for containing the drug formulation, a piston adapted to travel longitudinally within the tube and biased so as to deliver the drug formulation through the open end of the tube ...


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Gautier Donald Gregory, Gradwell Dudley Vincent: Pesticidal device. Coopers Animal Health, July 23, 1986: GB2169805-A (6 worldwide citation)

A pesticidal device comprises a support material which is associated with a pesticidal substance and having means for attachment of the support material directly onto the surface of a locus. The attachment means comprises at least one formation adapted to retain the support material on the surface o ...



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