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Kimihiko Takeo, Tetuya Aoyagi, Akimitsu Tamada: Novel excipient and pharmaceutical composition containing the same. FMC Corporation, Charles H Johnson, June 26, 1979: US04159345 (53 worldwide citation)

An excipient for use in manufacture of tablets, capsules, powders, microgranules and granules which consists essentially of a microcrystalline cellulose having an average degree of polymerization of 60 to 375 and obtained through acid hydrolysis or alkaline oxidative degradation of a celulosic subst ...


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Richard C Hevey: Device for delivering measured quantities of reagents into assay medium. FMC Corporation, Eugene G Horsky, Charles H Johnson, November 18, 1980: US04234316 (50 worldwide citation)

Device for delivering precise measured quantities of a plurality of reagents with each reagent being incorporated in a device and each being water soluble. The device has a water impervious support secured to one or more faces of which are discrete and separate elements each containing water soluble ...


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Robert L McDade: Strap tensioning tool. FMC Corporation, Eugene G Horsky, Charles H Johnson, February 24, 1981: US04252158 (41 worldwide citation)

An improved strap tensioning tool, which is particularly adopted for use with non-metallic strap, in which the free end portion of a strap laced about an article which is to be strapped is gripped between an anvil and a wedge-shaped clamp member while the feed portion of such strap is engaged with a ...


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Emanuel J McGinley: Water dispersible cellulosic powder and method of making the same. FMC Corporation, Charles H Johnson, April 21, 1981: US04263334 (33 worldwide citation)

A water-dispersible powder useful as a stabilizing agent and for enhancing the body and texture of frozen dairy type foods is disclosed as having individual particles comprising beta-1,4 glucan co-dryed with a carbohydrate sweetener and a hydrocolloid gum.


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Donald Elliott, Charles A Gahres, Dorsey C Nelson: Particulate material handling means. FMC Corporation, Charles H Johnson, Eugene G Horsky, April 26, 1983: US04381082 (25 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for liberating particulate material from a compressed bale and feeding the liberated material at a controlled rate to a processing station comprises a screw conveyor and means for compacting the particulate material against the conveyor screw.


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Arthur L Moirano: Compositions and method for preparing dessert gels. FMC Corporation, Eugene G Horsky, Charles H Johnson, June 30, 1981: US04276320 (17 worldwide citation)

A method and a kappa carrageenan composition for making a water dessert gel having a controlled melting temperature so as to soften or melt within the mouth of the consumer and providing for excellent flavor release, good mouth feel and containing only kappa carrageenan, and sodium salt of a sequest ...


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Richard B Cook, Henry J Witt: Agarose composition, aqueous gel and method of making same. FMC Corporation, Charles H Johnson, Eugene G Horsky, September 22, 1981: US04290911 (16 worldwide citation)

A finely-divided solid blend of (1) purified agarose having an electroendosmosis value (-Mr) below 0.10 with (2) a water-soluble gum which by itself is soluble in boiling water without gelling, free from charged groups and from electroendosmosis, and soluble in water to form a solution of gum having ...


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Emanuel J McGinley: Stabilizing agent for dry mix food products. FMC Corporation, Charles H Johnson, Eugene G Horsky, January 19, 1982: US04311717 (15 worldwide citation)

A stabilizing agent for dry mix food products is a powder the individual particles of which consist of beta-1, 4 glucan, sodium carboxymethyl cellulose and either whey or milk solids. The composition of the stabilizing agent and the method of making and using the same are disclosed.


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Arthur L Moirano: Composition and method for preparing dessert gel. FMC Corporation, Eugene G Horsky, Charles H Johnson, December 22, 1981: US04307124 (6 worldwide citation)

A method and a kappa carrageenan food composition that is swellable in cold water and gels at room temperature into a structure which is releasable from a mold and provides within the mouth of a consumer a desirable pulpy mouth feel.


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Emanuel J McGinley, Joseph M Zuban: Method of mixing difficulty dispersible material, e.g., fat or wax, in a gum-microcrystalline cellulose matrix, and powder product. FMC Corporation, Charles H Johnson, November 4, 1980: US04231802 (5 worldwide citation)

Oleaginous and other materials that are difficult to form into aqueous dispersions are rendered easily dispersible in cold water by impregnating particles with them which comprise from about 70 to 99 parts of disintegrated beta-1,4 glucan and from about 1 to 30 parts of water-soluble polymer intimat ...



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