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Jean A Setterstrom, John E Van Hamont, Robert H Reid, Elliot Jacob, Ramasubbu Jeyanthi, Edgar C Boedeker, Charles E McQueen, Daniel L Jarboe, Frederick Cassels, William Brown, Curt Thies, Thomas R Tice, F Donald Roberts, Phil Friden: Therapeutic treatment and prevention of infections with a bioactive materials encapsulated within a biodegradable-biocompatible polymeric matrix. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Army, Caroline Nash, Elizabeth Arwine, October 30, 2001: US06309669 (195 worldwide citation)

Novel burst-free, sustained release biocompatible and biodegrable microcapsules which can be programmed to release their active core for variable durations ranging from 1-100 days in an aqueous physiological environment. The microcapsules are comprised of a core of polypeptide or other biologically ...


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Bernd Mann: Control system or process for the automatic control of a moveable bucket wheel device. ISAM Holding, Nash & Titus, Caroline Nash, November 29, 2005: US06970801 (13 worldwide citation)

A control system, or process for the automatic control of a moveable bucket wheel device for the reducing of a stockpile and/or for the piling up of bulk goods, whereby the bucket wheel device has a least one bucket wheel for the takeup of bulk goods, at least one measurement device for the measurem ...


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Pamela S McQueer: Protective athletic garment. Nash & Titus, Caroline Nash, January 25, 2011: US07874022 (3 worldwide citation)

A protective athletic garment includes a pair of shoulder protection plates, a pair of epaulets coupled to the shoulder protection plate, and at least one rear arch plate adapted to cover an upper lumbar region of a back of a user and wrap about each side of a user and at least one front arch plate ...


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Zhiyong Chen, Zhilin Liao, Frank C Tortella, Xi Chun May Lu, Jitendra R Dave, Jay E Bartlett, Mark F Arnold, Mark P Easterday, Mark W Brown, Larry R Holmes, Zachary J Larimore, Kara E Schmid, Deborah A Shear, Lai Yee Leung, Andrea Mountney: Device and method for inducing brain injury in animal test subjects. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Army, Caroline Nash, Elizabeth Arwine, March 10, 2015: US08973565 (1 worldwide citation)

An apparatus and method for inflicting brain injury on a laboratory animal that employs a platform for supporting the laboratory animal. The platform defines an opening for positioning the head of the laboratory animal over the opening. A projectile is launched from a projectile launching device ori ...


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Pamela McQueer: Logan Consultants, Nash & Titus, Caroline Nash, April 5, 2016: US09301559

A breast protection device that has a shield. The shield has an inner face and an outer face with a cavity formed there between. A fillable bladder is positioned inside of the cavity. The bladder has a valve opening for filling the bladder. A tube is inserted in the valve for filling means bladder. ...


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John W Mallette Sr: Insulation apparatus and method. Thermal Systems Holding, Caroline Nash, Nash & Titus, September 23, 2014: US08840987

A layered insulation apparatus and method of making that contains a multiple layer insulation that has a top outside moisture barrier layer, followed by a first flame retardant layer, followed by a metal layer, followed by a second flame retardant layer, and finally followed by a bottom moisture bar ...


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Carl R Alving: Antibodies with simultaneous subsite specificities to protein and lipid epitopes. The United States of America represented by The Secretary of the Army, Caroline Nash, Nash & Titus, Elizabeth Arwine, September 1, 2015: US09119828

Antibodies and method of making antibodies, either monoclonal or polyclonal wherein said antibodies have dual or multi-specific binding capacity to more than one type of antigenic epitope. The antibodies have simultaneous or independent recognition subsites to each of the epitopes. Antigenic epitope ...


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Kevin K Pitzer, John P Scovill, Dennis E Kyle, Lucia Gerena: Indolo[2,1-b] quinazole-6,12-dione antimalarial compounds and methods of treating malaria therewith. Caroline Nash, Nash & Titus, October 25, 2001: US20010034350-A1

Compounds, compositions and methods are provided for treating malaria parasites in vitro and in vivo by administering indolo[2,1-b]quinazoline-6,12-dione compounds of Formula I. 1 wherein A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are independently selected from carbon and nitrogen, or A and B or C and D can be take ...


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Bernd Mann: Control system or process for the automatic control of a moveable bucket wheel device. Caroline Nash, Nash & Titus, May 6, 2004: US20040088138-A1

The invention relates to a control system (10), or a process for the automatic control of a moveable bucket wheel device (1) for the reducing of a stockpile and/or for the piling up of bulk goods, whereby the bucket wheel device (1) has at least one bucket wheel (6) for the takeup of bulk goods, at ...


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Ernest H Braue, Stephen T Hobson, Joseph D Boecker, Bryan M Smith: Active topical skin protectants containing amines, polyalkenimines and /or derivatives. Caroline Nash, Nash & Titus, April 8, 2004: US20040067205-A1

A topical skin protectant formulation containing a barrier cream and an active moiety for protecting warfighters and civilians against all types of harmful chemicals, specifically chemical warfare agents (CWA). The active moiety is an amine, polyalkenimines and/or derivatives. The topical skin prote ...