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Harry Lerner, Jose D Giner, John S Soeldner: Glucose sensor. Joslin Diabetes Center, July 20, 1982: US04340458 (288 worldwide citation)

Glucose sensing apparatus for use in biological fluids comprising an electrode and a voltage source connected to the electrode to cause a current to flow therethrough, in which the voltage applied to the electrode is varied in a sweep ranging from a first limit to a second limit and back toward the ...


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Sven Erik Bursell, Lloyd M Aiello, William Kelley Gardner: Stereoscopic imaging system for retinal examination with remote examination unit. Joslin Diabetes Center, Fish & Richardson P C, November 30, 1999: US05993001 (76 worldwide citation)

An image acquisition unit provides true color high resolution digital images of the retina of the eye to a computer network (14, 16, 18) which interfaces with a central record library and displays the images at a remote work station (20A and 20B) for diagnostic examination. The computer network (14, ...


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George L King: Methods of modulating fibrosis. Joslin Diabetes Center, Fish & Richardson P C, February 13, 2007: US07175844 (38 worldwide citation)

The invention features methods of modulating fibrosis and/or angiogenesis by inhibiting components of the VEGF signaling pathway. The methods are useful in the treatment of fibrotic and or angiogenesis related disorders.


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Tseng Yu Hua, Schulz Tim Julius: Methods and compositions for inducing brown adipogenesis. Joslin Diabetes Center, Tseng Yu Hua, Schulz Tim Julius, FASSE J Peter, November 12, 2009: WO/2009/137613 (36 worldwide citation)

Methods and compositions for treating obesity and related disorders. The methods include the use of Sca- 1+ progenitor cells treated with BMP-2, -4, -5, -6, and/or -7.


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Susan Bonner Weir, Monica Taneja: Methods of making pancreatic islet cells. Joslin Diabetes Center, Fish & Richardson P C, November 9, 2004: US06815203 (35 worldwide citation)

The invention features methods of promoting dedifferentiation of pancreatic cells, methods of obtaining pancreatic islet cells from the dedifferentiated pancreatic cells, and methods of treating a subject having a disorder characterized by insufficient pancreatic islet function by administering panc ...


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Jose D Giner, Harry Lerner, John S Soeldner: Method for sensing the concentration of glucose in biological fluids. Joslin Diabetes Center, August 2, 1983: US04396464 (27 worldwide citation)

Glucose sensing apparatus for use in biological fluids comprising an electrode and a voltage source connected to the electrode to cause a current to flow therethrough, in which the voltage applied to the electrode is varied in a sweep ranging from a first limit to a second limit and back toward the ...


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Eleftheria Maratos Flier: Promotion of eating behavior. Joslin Diabetes Center, Fish & Richardson P C, December 15, 1998: US05849708 (27 worldwide citation)

A method for promoting eating, the gain of weight or maintenance of weight in a subject. The method includes administering to the subject an effective amount of melanocyte concentrating hormone (MCH) or agonist thereof.


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Joseph Zelvin, Sven Erik Bursell: Retinal imaging system. Joslin Diabetes Center, Fish & Richardson P C, March 4, 2008: US07338167 (23 worldwide citation)

A retinal imaging system includes a light source and optics which receive light from the light source and which transmit the light to produce a beam that is substantially convergent. The beam penetrates a lens of an eye and diverges following penetration of the lens to illuminate an area of a retina ...


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J Stuart Soeldner: Method of detecting antibodies. Joslin Diabetes Center, August 8, 1989: US04855242 (18 worldwide citation)

A method for determining the quantity of an antibody in a sample, the method having the steps of: (1) providing a labelled antigen to the antibody; (2) contacting the labelled antigen with the sample in solution to form a labelled antigen-antibody complex; (3) providing an agent for precipitating th ...


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C Ronald Kahn, Morris F White, Paul L Rothenberg: Isolated DNA encoding an insulin receptor substrate. Joslin Diabetes Center, Fish & Richardson, November 9, 1993: US05260200 (18 worldwide citation)

A purified nucleic acid consisting essentially of nucleic acid encoding insulin receptor substrate 1.