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Michael A Boss, John H Kenten, John S Emtage, Clive R Wood: Multichain polypeptides or proteins and processes for their production. Celltech, Cushman Darby & Cushman, March 28, 1989: US04816397 (797 worldwide citation)

Multichain polypeptides or proteins and processes for their production in cells of host organisms which have been transformed by recombinant DNA techniques. According to a first aspect of the present invention, there is provided a process for producing a heterologous multichain polypeptide or protei ...


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Pankaj M Vadgama, Seamus P J Higson: Sensor devices. The Victoria University of Manchester, Cushman Darby & Cushman, July 2, 1996: US05531878 (676 worldwide citation)

Sensor devices comprising enzyme electrodes incorporating a microporous membrane coated with the carbonaceous material known as "diamond-like carbon" (most conveniently deposited by decomposition of a hydrocarbon, induced by radiation or a high electric field). The membrane material is preferably a ...


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Ian A Shanks, Alan M Smith, Claes I Nylander: Device for use in chemical test procedures. Internationale Octrooi Maatschappij Octropa, Cushman Darby & Cushman, August 25, 1992: US05141868 (627 worldwide citation)

A specifically-reactive sample-collecting and testing device possessing a cavity or cavities each having a dimension small enough to enable sample liquid to be drawn into the cavity by capillary action, wherein said cavity includes an electrode structure for making measurements of one or more electr ...


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Pal Svedman, Lars Erik Kileby: Dressing having pad with compressibility limiting elements. Pal Svedman, Cushman Darby & Cushman, January 5, 1993: US05176663 (563 worldwide citation)

A dressing with a pad to be applied to a wound and consisting of a flexible, capillary-active material and stiffening elements. The stiffening elements extend at right angles to the flat side of the pad to be applied to the wound and are arranged to stabilize the volume of the pad such that it can a ...


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Richard S Stack: Method and device for vascular repair. Duke University, Cushman Darby & Cushman, August 30, 1994: US05342393 (546 worldwide citation)

A method and device are provided for sealing a perforation in the wall of, for example, a blood vessel. The device is in the form of a two part closure which seals the hole by clamping the tissue surrounding the hole from both the inside and the outside of the vessel. In accordance with one exemplar ...


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Pal Svedman: Irrigation dressing. Cushman Darby & Cushman, October 25, 1994: US05358494 (545 worldwide citation)

An irrigation dressing for deep wounds comprises an adhesive, substantially liquid- and air-impermeable plate (1) having at least one perforation (6, 7) for supplying and sucking off liquid, and for pressure equalization. The perforation is provided with a conduit (10) for supplying and sucking off ...


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Karin S B Olson: Vein catheter bandage. Landstingens Inkopscentral Lic Ekonomisk Forening, Cushman Darby & Cushman, June 30, 1981: US04275721 (524 worldwide citation)

A vein catheter bandage with hose, tubular coupling member, laterally directed wings, stop cock on the coupling member or plug, and plug holder on one wing. An oblong, suitably air-permeable and liquid-tight protective sheet has a sticky layer on one side and thereon a liquid-absorbing layer which i ...


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Richard S Stack, Zemaida P Klopovic: Absorbable vascular stent. Duke University, Cushman Darby & Cushman, October 22, 1991: US05059211 (508 worldwide citation)

An absorbable stent for placement at the locus of a stenotic lesion which is flexible and compliance for safe and effective delivery to the cite of a coronary obstruction, for example, and so as to avoid arterial rupture or aneurysm formation while under continuous stress of a beating heart. The ste ...


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John William Goodfellow, John Joseph O Connor, Nigel Graham Shrive: Prosthetic joint device. National Research Development Corporation, Cushman Darby & Cushman, April 25, 1978: US04085466 (491 worldwide citation)

A prosthetic joint device is provided with first and second components respectively providing convex and relatively flat articulatory bearing surfaces, and a third component is located between the former components and has two surfaces which are complementary to and engage the convex and flat surfac ...


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Noel A Clark, Sven T Lagerwall: Chiral smectic C or H liquid crystal electro-optical device. Cushman Darby & Cushman, January 11, 1983: US04367924 (484 worldwide citation)

An electro-optical device including a chiral smectic C or H liquid crystal disposed between flat plates treated to enforce molecular orientation parallel to the plates. The plates are spaced by a distance sufficiently small to ensure unwinding of the helix typical in a bulk of the material to form t ...



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