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Wayne R Gombotz, Michael S Healy, Larry R Brown: Very low temperature casting of controlled release microspheres. Enzytech, Kilpatrick & Cody, May 28, 1991: US05019400 (302 worldwide citation)

A process for preparing microspheres using very cold temperatures to freeze polymer-biologically active agent mixtures into polymeric microspheres with very high retention of biological activity and material. Polymer is dissolved in a solvent together with an active agent that can be either dissolve ...


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Leonard E Stark, Akiva T Gross: Hydrophobic protein microparticles and preparation thereof. Enzytech, Hamilton Brook Smith & Reynolds, June 4, 1991: US05021248 (48 worldwide citation)

Water-dispersible microparticles of hydrophobic, water-insoluble, non-denatured protein, and method for preparing a suspension of these microparticles by the controlled precipitation of the protein, is described. The suspension can be used as a substitute for most dietary fats, or to encapsulate sel ...


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HWANG SOON OOK, KIM YOUNG JIN: [fr] PROCÉDÉ DE PRÉPARATION DE CLOPIDOGREL ET DE SES DÉRIVÉS, [de] VERFAHREN ZUR HERSTELLUNG VON CLOPIDOGREL UND DESSEN DERIVATEN, [en] METHOD FOR PREPARING CLOPIDOGREL AND ITS DERIVATIVES. ENZYTECH, March 23, 2011: EP2298777-A2 (38 worldwide citation)

[en] The present invention relates to a method for preparing Clopidogrel and its derivatives. More particularly, the present invention is a method for preparation of (S)-2-Clopidogrel and its derivatives, which are active inhibitors of platelet aggregation, from an optically active (S)-2-chloropheny ...


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Stark Leonard E, Gross Akiva T: Hydrophobic protein microparticles and preparation thereof.. Enzytech, July 3, 1991: EP0434760-A1 (10 worldwide citation)

Water-dispersible microparticles of hydrophobic, water-insoluble, non-denatured protein, and method for preparing a suspension of these microparticles by the controlled precipitation of the protein, is described. The suspension can be used as a substitute for most dietary fats, or to encapsulate sel ...


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Gombotz Wayne R, Healy Michael S, Brown Larry R, Auer Henry E: Process for producing small particles of biologically active molecules. Enzytech, PABST Patrea L, November 15, 1990: WO/1990/013285 (7 worldwide citation)

Small diameter particles of biologically active molecules are produced by atomizing solutions of the molecules through a nozzle into very cold liquified gases, which immediately freeze the atomized droplets. The resulting frozen particles having diameters of approximately 10 to 90 micrometers are ly ...


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Soon Ook Hwang, Sun Ho Chung: Method of making optically active ester derivatives and their acids from racemic esters. EnzyTech, John W Renner, Renner Otto Boisselle & Sklar, February 3, 2009: US07485452 (5 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to process for the preparing of optically active ester derivatives and their acid derivatives which are used intensively as important chiral intermediates from racemic β-hydroxybutyl ester derivatives. In more detail, this invention relates to the process for preparing ...


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Berstein Howard, Morrel Eric, Mathiowitz Edith, Schwaller Kirsten, Beck Thomas R: Protein microspheres and methods of using them. Enzytech, PABST Patrea L, May 16, 1991: WO/1991/006287 (5 worldwide citation)

Biodegradable, protein microspheres for $i(in vivo) release of a biologically active agent, as well as agricultural and environmental applications. The microspheres can be administered orally, intravenously, or subcutaneously for subsequent release. By selecting particular size ranges and the specif ...


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Arthur J McEvily, Radha Iyengar, Akiva Gross: Compositions and methods for inhibiting browning in foods using resorcinol derivatives. Enzytech, Hamilton Brook Smith & Reynolds, October 22, 1991: US05059438 (4 worldwide citation)

Resorcinol derivatives are disclosed as inhibitors of enzymatic browning in foods and beverages such as shrimp, apples, fruit juices and wines.


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Arthur J McEvily: Method of preventing browning in foods utilizing protease free latex extracts particularly from figs. Enzytech, Hamilton Brook Smith & Reynolds, January 1, 1991: US04981708 (3 worldwide citation)

A protease-free composition and method for producing it is disclosed. The protease-free composition inhibits the enzymatic and non-enzymatic browning of foods and beverages susceptible to browning, such as shrimp, mushrooms and wines. A method for inhibiting browning using the protease-free extract ...


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Gombotz Wayne R, Healy Michael S, Brown Larry R: Very low temperature casting of controlled release microspheres. Enzytech, PABST Patrea L, November 15, 1990: WO/1990/013780 (2 worldwide citation)

A process for preparing microspheres using very cold temperatures to freeze polymer-biologically active agent mixtures into polymeric microspheres with very high retention of biological activity and material. Polymer is dissolved in a solvent together with an active agent that can be either dissolve ...