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Marshall Medoff: Processing biomass. Xyleco, Celia H Leber, April 26, 2011: US07932065 (56 worldwide citation)

Biomass (e.g., plant biomass, animal biomass, and municipal waste biomass) is processed to produce useful products, such as fuels. For example, systems are described that can use feedstock materials, such as cellulosic and/or lignocellulosic materials, to produce ethanol and/or butanol, e.g., by fer ...


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Marshall Medoff: Processing biomass and petroleum containing materials. Xyleco, Celia H Leber, April 26, 2011: US07931784 (47 worldwide citation)

Biomass (e.g., plant biomass, animal biomass, and municipal waste biomass) is processed to produce useful products, such as fuels. For example, systems can use feedstock materials, such as cellulosic and/or lignocellulosic materials and/or starchy materials, to produce ethanol and/or butanol, e.g., ...


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M Simon Freed: Endotracheal tube holder having both a safety clamp and a securing clamp. Pierce Atwood, Chris A Caseiro, Celia H Leber, February 29, 2000: US06029668 (39 worldwide citation)

A holder for retaining an endotracheal tube in a patient's mouth includes a pair of opposed members constructed to define a lumen when positioned adjacent each other, and a latching device constructed to allow the relative position of the opposed members to be adjusted between a first position in wh ...


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Marshall Medoff: Paper products and methods and systems for manufacturing such products. Xyleco, Celia H Leber, January 11, 2011: US07867358 (30 worldwide citation)

Methods of producing cellulosic or lignocellulosic materials for use in papermaking include treating a cellulosic or lignocellulosic dry feedstock having a first average molecular weight with ionizing radiation, and controlling the dose of ionizing radiation such that the average molecular weight of ...


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Marshall Medoff: Functionalizing cellulosic and lignocellulosic materials. Xyleco, Celia H Leber, January 11, 2011: US07867359 (24 worldwide citation)

Irradiated lignocellulosic or cellulosic materials are provided which contain carboxylic acid groups and/or other functional groups not present in a naturally occurring cellulosic or lignocellulosic material from which the irradiated material was obtained.


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Marshall Medoff: Fibrous materials and composites. Xyleco, Celia H Leber, May 4, 2010: US07708214 (20 worldwide citation)

Fibrous materials, compositions that include fibrous materials, and uses of the fibrous materials and compositions are disclosed. For example, the fibrous materials can be operated on by a microorganism to produce ethanol or a by-product, such as a protein or lignin.


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Marshall Medoff: Cellulosic and lignocellulosic structural materials and methods and systems for manufacturing such materials. Xyleco, Celia H Leber, December 7, 2010: US07846295 (20 worldwide citation)

Methods of treating wood and wood products include irradiating untreated wood having a first molecular weight with ionizing radiation to cause an increase in the molecular weight of a cellulosic component of the wood to a second, relatively higher molecular weight.


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Marshall Medoff: Processing biomass. Xyleco, Leber Patent Law P C, Celia H Leber, December 27, 2011: US08083906 (20 worldwide citation)

Biomass (e.g., plant biomass, animal biomass, and municipal waste biomass) is processed to produce useful products, such as fuels. For example, systems can use feedstock materials, such as cellulosic and/or lignocellulosic materials and/or starchy or sugary materials, to produce ethanol and/or butan ...


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Marshall Medoff, Thomas Craig Masterman: Processing biomass. Xyleco, Leber Patent Law PC, Celia H Leber, August 7, 2012: US08236535 (20 worldwide citation)

Biomass (e.g., plant biomass, animal biomass, and municipal waste biomass) is processed to produce useful products, such as fuels. For example, systems can use feedstock materials, such as cellulosic and/or lignocellulosic materials, to produce ethanol and/or butanol, e.g., by fermentation.


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Marshall Medoff: Processing biomass. Xyleco, Leber Patent Law P C, Celia H Leber, May 1, 2012: US08168038 (20 worldwide citation)

Biomass (e.g., plant biomass, animal biomass, and municipal waste biomass) is processed to produce useful products, such as fuels. For example, systems are described that can use feedstock materials, such as cellulosic and/or lignocellulosic materials, to produce ethanol and/or butanol, e.g., by fer ...



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