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Mohammed I Aziz, Ted L Blaney: Disposable absorbent article having elasticized flaps provided with leakage resistant portions. The Procter and Gamble Company, Steven W Miller, John M Pollaro, Fredrick H Braun, March 20, 1990: US04909803 (439 worldwide citation)

A disposable absorbent article for absorbing liquids, particularly body fluids such as urine. An absorbent core is encased in an outer covering layer to which flaps are connected along the longitudinal sides at a proximal edge. The flaps also have a distal edge which is displaced from the absorbent ...


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Rina K Dukor, Curtis A Marcott: Method and system for performing infrared study on a biological sample. VYSIS, The Procter and Gamble Company, Leydig Voit & Mayer, August 14, 2001: US06274871 (162 worldwide citation)

A method and system performs Fourier transform infrared (FT-IR) imaging microspectroscopy on a biological sample fixed on a substrate with a supporting surface that generally reflects infrared light while generally transmitting visible light. Infrared light impinging on the biological sample is refl ...


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Ronald Dean Cramer, Robert Henry Rohrbaugh, John David Carter, Karl Edward Thuemmler, Ekaterina Anatolyevna Ponomarenko, Mattias Schmidt: Method of hydrophilizing materials. The Procter and Gamble Company, Eric T Addington, Dara M Kendall, Ken K Patel, March 8, 2005: US06863933 (136 worldwide citation)

Coating compositions, methods and articles of manufacture comprising a nanoparticle system employing same to impart surface modifying benefits for all types of soft surfaces, and in some cases, hard surfaces, are disclosed. In some embodiments, dispersement of nanoparticles in a suitable carrier med ...


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Thomas James Klofta, Brandon Ellis Wise, Donald Carroll Roe: Wetness indicator having improved colorant retention and durability. The Procter and Gamble Company, Eric T Addington, Dara M Kendall, Ken K Patel, June 14, 2005: US06904865 (88 worldwide citation)

Wetness indicating compositions having improved colorant retention and durability and to wearable articles comprising this wetness indicating composition are provided.


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Christian R Barrat, Alfred Busch, Kosmas Sardelis: Liquid detergent compositions containing organo-functional polysiloxanes. The Procter and Gamble Company, Robert B Aylor, Richard C Witte, Thomas H O Flaherty, January 27, 1987: US04639321 (71 worldwide citation)

Liquid detergent compositions containing additive levels of organo-functional polysiloxanes are disclosed. The siloxanes are derived from poly-di-short-alkyl siloxanes by substituting part of the alkyl moieties by specific organo-functional groups, preferably amino-groups, with the proviso that the ...


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Donald C Roe, David J K Goulait, Sheila S Rodriguez, Edward P Carlin, Kimberly A Dreier, Carolyn M Jasper, Dean J Daniels: Absorbent article with multiple zone structural elastic-like film web extensible waist feature. The Procter and Gamble Company, Steven W Miller, Kevin C Johnson, Jacobus C Rasser, October 29, 1996: US05569232 (66 worldwide citation)

Absorbent articles such as disposable diapers, incontinent briefs, diaper holders, training pants, feminine hygiene garments and the like, that have a unique waist feature that improves the dynamic fit as well as the containment characteristics of the absorbent article. Such absorbent articles compr ...


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Thomas James Klofta, Brandon Ellis Wise, Donald Carroll Roe: Wetness indicator having improved colorant retention. The Procter and Gamble Company, Michael P Hayden, Jay A Krebs, Ken K Patel, August 10, 2004: US06772708 (65 worldwide citation)

A wetness indicating composition comprising a colorant disposed in a carrier matrix. The colorant provides a visible signal when activated by urine. The colorant resists leaching from the carrier matrix by being chemically bound to a component of the carrier matrix. The colorant may be bound by ioni ...


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Jeffrey Hale Blumenthal, Michael Joseph Lamping, Donald Louis Wires: Method and apparatus utilizing servo motors for placing parts onto a moving web. The Procter and Gamble Company, Michael P Hayden, Jay A Krebs, Ken K Patel, November 9, 2004: US06814217 (62 worldwide citation)

Method and apparatus for receiving parts traveling at a first speed through a receiving zone and applying the parts onto a carrier traveling at a second speed through an application zone. Transferring devices transport the parts between the zones. The transferring devices are coupled to programmable ...


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Bruce Albert Yeazell: Controlled released fabric care article. The Procter and Gamble Company, Steven R Chuey, Kim W Zerby, Jacobus C Rasser, November 24, 1998: US05840675 (55 worldwide citation)

A cleaning composition is releasably contained in a controlled-release pad or sheet, preferably enveloped within an apertured, formed-film cover sheet to provide a spot removal article. The article is pressed against localized stained areas on fabric surfaces to release the cleaning composition in a ...


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Robb E Olsen, Sandra R Bittar, Letha M Hines, William R Vinnage Jr, Melisse N May, Thomas W Osborn III, Nancy B Doak: Sanitary napkin having a resilient body-conforming portion. The Procter and Gamble Company, Edward J Milbrada, Jeffrey V Bamber, Steven W Miller, January 7, 1997: US05591150 (54 worldwide citation)

An absorbent article, such as a sanitary napkin having a body-conforming portion or component that is capable of continuously adusting is provided. The body-conforming component, in one embodiment, is in the form of a resilient insert which has multiple arcuate portions in use. The insert has a cent ...