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Elleder Daniel, Young John A T, Baiga Thomas J, Noel Joseph P: Non-nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitors. The Salk Instituite For Biological Studies, Elleder Daniel, Young John A T, Baiga Thomas J, Noel Joseph P, RYBAK Sheree Lynn, May 14, 2009: WO/2009/061856 (5 worldwide citation)

Disclosed herein are antiviral agents, in particular non-nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitors (NNRTIs) of the formula. Also disclosed are methods of making the NNRTIs, as well as compositions that include such NNRTIs and methods of their use for treating viral infections, in particular retrov ...


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Tam Thomas Y T, Zhou Qiang, Young John A, Arnett Charles R, Brodie John D, Twomey Conor J, Wagner Lori L, Kavesh Sheldon: High molecular weight poly(alpha-olefin) solutions and articles made therefrom. Honeywell International, Tam Thomas, Y T, Zhou Qiang, Young John A, Arnett Charles R, Brodie John D, Twomey Conor J, Wagner Lori L, Kavesh Sheldon, CHESS Deborah, October 18, 2007: WO/2007/118008 (3 worldwide citation)

A robust process for the continuous preparation of solutions of high molecular weight UHMW PO that is capable of producing strong materials at high production capacity, is conservative of capital and energy requirements, and the articles made therefrom.


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TAM Thomas Y, YOUNG John A, AMINUDDIN Norman, HERMES John E: Fibres et produits en polyéthylène de masse moléculaire ultra-élevée et de résistance ultra-élevée, Ultra-high strength uhmw pe fibers and products. Honeywell International, TAM Thomas Y, YOUNG John A, AMINUDDIN Norman, HERMES John E, BEATUS Carrie, November 3, 2011: WO/2011/137045 (2 worldwide citation)

Multi-filament UHMW PE yarns can be produced according to processes that result in improved properties. The UHMW PE can have an intrinsic viscosity in decalin at 135 °C of at least about 30 dl/g, and can be processed under optimal conditions to achieve a gel spun yarn having a tenacity of greater th ...


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Tam Thomas Y T, Zhou Qiang, Young John A, Arnett Charles R, Twomley Conor: High tenacity polyethylene yarn. Honeywell International, Tam Thomas, Y T, Zhou Qiang, Young John A, Arnett Charles R, Twomley Conor, BEATUS Carrie, December 18, 2008: WO/2008/154304 (1 worldwide citation)

A process for preparing ultra-high molecular weight polyethylene (UHMWPE) multi-filament yarns having improved tensile properties and the yarns and articles thereby produced.


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Tam Thomas Y T, Zhou Qiang, Young John A, Arnett Charles R, Hermes John E: Process for the preparation of uhmw multi-filament poly(alpha-olefin) yarns. Honeywell International, Tam Thomas, Y T, Zhou Qiang, Young John A, Arnett Charles R, Hermes John E, BEATUS Carrie, February 28, 2008: WO/2008/024732 (1 worldwide citation)

A process for preparing ultra-high molecular weight poly(alpha-olefin) (UHMWPO) multi-filament yarns having improved tensile properties at higher productivity. The process includes drawing a solution yarn, then drawing a gel yarn and then drawing a dry yarn continuously in sequence to form a partial ...


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Cairo John A Jr, Young John A: Dispositif de coalescence liquide a induction de gaz et separateur par flottation, Induced gas liquid coalescer and flotation separator. Cairo John A Jr, Young John A, Cairo John A Jr, Young John A, GOWLING LAFLEUR HENDERSON, October 15, 2002: CA2041524

Simplified single cell fluid flow apparatus for flota-tion removal of suspended impurities and liquids are provided wherein the method and apparatus are directed to an induced gas liquid coalescer for flotation separation of suspended impuri-ties. The apparatus provides for a separation vessel which ...


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Young John A, Scobie Heather M, Rainey Johah A G, Bradley Kenneth A: Anthrax antitoxins. Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation, Young John A, Scobie Heather M, Rainey Johah, Bradley Kenneth A, HIGHLANDER Steven L, June 24, 2004: WO/2004/052277

The present invention provides compositions useful in preparing and/or serving as antitoxins against Bacillus anthracis, the causative agent of anthrax. The present invention also provides polypeptides and polynucleotides relating to the capillary morphogenisis gene 2 (CMG-2), vectors containing the ...


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TAM Thomas Y, YOUNG John A, AMINUDDIN Norman, HERMES John E: FIBRES ET PRODUITS EN PE UHMW DE TRÈS HAUTE RÉSISTANCE, ULTRA-HIGH STRENGTH UHMW PE FIBERS AND PRODUCTS. Honeywell International, TAM Thomas Y, YOUNG John A, AMINUDDIN Norman, HERMES John E, BEATUS Carie, January 3, 2013: WO/2013/003259

Multi-filament UHMW PE fibers can be produced according to processes that result in improved properties. The UHMW PE can have an intrinsic viscosity in decalin at 135 C of at least about 30 dl/g, and can be processed under optimal conditions to achieve a gel spun fiber having a tenacity of greater t ...


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TAM Thomas Y, YOUNG John A, ZHOU Qiang, TWOMEY Conor J, ARNETT Charles R: Procédé et produit de fibres de polyéthylène de poids moléculaire ultra-élevé de grande résistance, Process and product of high strength uhmw pe fibers. Honeywell International, TAM Thomas Y, YOUNG John A, ZHOU Qiang, TWOMEY Conor J, ARNETT Charles R, BEATUS Carrie, November 3, 2011: WO/2011/137093

An improved process for solution spinning of ultra-high molecular weight polyethylene (UHMW PE) filaments, wherein the 10 wt% solution of the UHMW PE in mineral oil at 250°C has a Cogswell extensional viscosity and a shear viscosity within select ranges.


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Lemke Greg E, Young John A T, Rothlin Carla V, Bhattacharyya Suchita: Use of tam receptor inhibitors as antimicrobials. The Salk Institute For Biological Studies, Lemke Greg E, Young John A T, Rothlin Carla V, Bhattacharyya Suchita, BRADLEY Karri Kuenzli, May 14, 2009: WO/2009/062112

This disclosure concerns antimicrobial compositions and methods for immunoenhancement, for example methods of increasing production of a type I interferon (IFN) in response to pathogen infection, by administration of a TAM receptor inhibitor. In certain embodiments, the disclosure concerns methods o ...



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