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Hess John R, Greenwalt Tibor J: Prolonged storage of red blood cells. US Army, June 27, 2001: EP1109447-A2 (13 worldwide citation)

Novel additive solutions useful for the storage of human red blood cells (RBCs) under refrigerated conditions are disclosed. Also disclosed is a method of using the additive solutions in an appropriate volume to preserve RBCs at about 1 to 6 DEG C for up to 10 weeks. Additive solutions and processes ...


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Willson Paul D: Apparatus and method for automatic recognition of concealed objects using multiple energy computed tomography. US Army, October 28, 1998: EP0873511-A1 (13 worldwide citation)

An apparatus and method for automatic recognition of concealed objects and features thereof, such as contraband in baggage or defects in articles of manufacture, is disclosed. The apparatus uses multiple energy x-ray scanning to identify targets with a spectral response corresponding to a known resp ...


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James S Morse, Christopher R Williams, Daniel E Lawson, Donald E Garfield, Thomas J Tantillo: Groundwater flow measuring system. US Army Corps of Engineers represented by the Secretary of the Army, John MacEvoy, May 8, 2001: US06227045 (12 worldwide citation)

A probe for monitoring groundwater flow seepage velocity and direction has an electrical heater and a plurality of temperature sensors located equidistant from the heater. The probe with the heater and temperature sensors is lowered into a monitoring well and positioned so as to be immersed in the g ...


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Sadoff Jerald Charles, Young James Francis: Salmonella transformant capable of expression of heterologous genes and useful as a recombinant vaccine.. Smithkline Beckman, US Army, March 7, 1990: EP0357208-A1 (9 worldwide citation)

The invention provides a Salmonella baceterial strain transformed with an expression vector comprising a heterologous gene operatively linked to an E. coli promoter sequence, the transformed strain being capable of constitutive expression of the product of the heterologous gene. Also provided is an ...


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Pierce Everette M: Improvements in or relating to nitrocellulose base compositions. US Army, June 28, 1972: GB1279961-A (7 worldwide citation)

1279961 Propellant compositions AMERICA SECRETARY OF THE ARMY 1 March 1965 [28 Feb 1964] 8735/65 Heading C1D A nitrocellulose-base propellent composition, which retains its physical properties over a wide temperature range, is made by mixing nitrocellulose, a plasticizer for the nitrocellulose, and ...


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Gross Mitchell Stuart, Gordon Daniel Matthew, Hollingdale Michael Richard: Malaria vaccine.. Smithkline Beecham, US Army, Biomedical Res Inst, June 19, 1991: EP0432965-A1 (6 worldwide citation)

Vaccines against infection by parasites of the genus Plasmodium, polypeptides useful as therapeutic agents to inhibit infection by malaria parasites, which polypeptides comprise immunogenic determinants from regions of a Plasmodium surface protein flanking a central repeat domain thereof and fewer t ...


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Hart Mary Katherine, Wilson Julie Ann, Olinger Gene Garrard Jr, Bailey Michael Adam: Ebola peptides and immunogenic compositions containing same. Us Army Medical Res Inst Of, December 28, 2005: EP1608393-A2 (5 worldwide citation)

Using CTL epitopes to the Ebola GP, NP, VP24, VP30, VP35 and VP40 virion proteins, a method and composition for use in inducing an immune response which is protective against infection with Ebola virus is described.


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Johnston Robert E, Davis Nancy L, Smith Jonathan F, Pushko Peter, Parker Michael, Ludwig George: Alphavirus rna replicon systems. Univ North Carolina, US Army, June 28, 2000: EP1012295-A1 (5 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a helper cell for expressing an infectious, replication defective, alphavirus particle in an alphavirus-permissive cell. The helper cell includes (a) a first helper RNA encoding (i) at least one alphavirus structural protein, and (ii) not encoding at least one alphavir ...


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Touchet Paul, Gatza Paul Edwards, Rodriguez Gumersindo Jr, Butler Daniel Patrick, Crawford Dawn Marie, Teets Alan Roy, Feuer Henry Otto, Flanagan David Paul: Improved rubber compound for tracked vehicle track pads.. US Army, August 2, 1989: EP0326394-A1 (4 worldwide citation)

A highly improved elastomeric-composition, process, and articles made thereof, wherein the novel composition is characterized by greatly increased wear longevity, thermomechanical stability, highly improved tear and tensile strength at high temperature useage, in addition to high resistance to burni ...


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