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Charles A Chidsey III: 6-Amino-4-(substituted amino)-1,2-dihydro-1-hydroxy-2-iminopyrimidine, topical compositions and process for hair growth. The Upjohn Company, John J Killinger, Roman Saliwanchik, February 13, 1979: US04139619 (158 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to a process for stimulating the growth of mammalian hair comprising the application to mammalian skin of a compound of the formula: ##STR1## wherein R.sub.1 is a moiety selected from the group consisting of moieties of the formula ##STR2## wherein R.sub.3 and R.sub.4 are sele ...


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Charles A Chidsey III, Guinter Kahn: Methods and solutions for treating male pattern alopecia. The Upjohn Company, Bruce G Klaas, William G Jameson, June 24, 1986: US04596812 (115 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to the method for treating the form of alopecia commonly known as "male pattern baldness" which comprises regular topical application to the affected areas of the human scalp of a composition containing as at least one of its active ingredients 6-amino-1,2-dihydro-1-hydroxy-2- ...


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Robert E J Poole Jr: Novel compositions. The Upjohn Company, Denis A Firth, John Kekich, December 6, 1977: US04061815 (105 worldwide citation)

Laminated sheet material, having high impact resistance suitable for use in constructional applications requiring high strength and resistance to deformation particularly for military usage such as armor plate, is obtained by sandwiching one or more layers of polyurethane, cellular or non-cellular, ...


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Jacob Szmuszkovicz: 2-Aminocycloaliphatic amide compounds. The Upjohn Company, John T Reynolds, March 20, 1979: US04145435 (91 worldwide citation)

Cis- and trans-N-(2-aminocycloaliphatic)-2-arylacetamide derivative compounds of the formula ##STR1## e.g., N-[2-(N', N'-dimethylamino)cyclohexyl]-N-methyl-2-(4-bromophenyl)acetamide and trans-N-methyl-N-[2-(1-pyrrolidinyl)cyclohexyl]acetamide, 2-(3,4-dichlorophenyl) and their pharmaceutically accep ...


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Bonk Henry W, Grieve Robin L, Nadeau Herbert G, Palmer Peter G: Varied density polyisocyanurate foam structure. The Upjohn Company, February 22, 1972: US3644168 (89 worldwide citation)

A novel structural material is described. The material is a rigid cellular polymer having an integrally formed continuous noncellular surface layer. There is an abrupt change of density at the juncture of the inner cellular core and the outer noncellular layer, the thickness of the latter being not ...


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Melvin J Visser, James J Malot: Removal of volatile contaminants from the vadose zone of contaminated ground. The Upjohn Company, Flynn Thiel Boutell & Tanis, June 10, 1986: US04593760 (84 worldwide citation)

Volatile contaminants are removed from the vadose zone of contaminated ground by pumping volatilized contaminants from the vadose zone using one or more vacuum extraction wells.


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Woodrow Carroll, Thomas R McClellan: Novel compositions and process. The Upjohn Company, Denis A Firth, John Kekich, May 3, 1983: US04382108 (84 worldwide citation)

Composite panels are disclosed which comprise outer layers derived from cellulosic and like material conventionally employed in particle boards and an inner layer which is comminuted scrap plastic material, the various layers and the particles in them being bonded together using an organic polyisocy ...


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Donald E Ayer, Gordon L Bundy, Eric J Jacobsen: Pharmaceutically active bicyclic-heterocyclic amines. The Upjohn Company, Bruce Stein, March 26, 1996: US05502187 (80 worldwide citation)

The pharmaceutically active bicyclic heterocyclic amines (XXX) ##STR1## where W.sub.1 is --N.dbd. or --CH.dbd.; W.sub.3 is --N.dbd. or --CH.dbd.; W.sub.5 is --N.dbd. or --CR.sub.5 -- with the proviso that W.sub.5 is --CR.sub.5 -- when both W.sub.1 and W.sub.3 are --N.dbd. which are useful as pharmac ...


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Safianoff Albert: Portable dispenser for polymer foams. The Upjohn Company, April 20, 1971: US3575319 (75 worldwide citation)

A portable dispenser for polymer foam reaction mixtures is provided. The dispenser comprises a supporting frame with handle. Mounted on the supporting frame are two or more aerosol containers in which are stored, under pressure, the various components which, when brought together, give rise to the p ...


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Killinger Frem M: Vial and syringe assembly. The Upjohn Company, Woodhams Blanchard & Flynn, July 30, 1974: US3826261 (74 worldwide citation)

A syringe having a needle connected to one end thereof and a hollow cylindrical chamber adapted for communication with said needle. A vial has a sealed opening and a hollow cylindrical portion of reduced diameter extending beyond the seal. The needle is slidably receivable into the reduced portion o ...