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Jerome I Lindauer, Marina Munteanu, Sharon Reich, Enrique Pelliza: Composition for slow release of volatile ingredients at _high temperature; and article comprising same. International Flavors & Fragrances, Arthur L Liberman, Franklin D Wolffe, January 15, 1980: US04184099 (93 worldwide citation)

Bodies which are formed compositions of Versalon.RTM. type polyamide resin containing from about 35% up to about 70% by weight of highly volatile materials such as perfumes, odorants, insecticides, bactericides, and animal repellents which are able to act in a very diluted vapor state in the air for ...


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Jan Markussen: Novel insulin peptides. Novo Nordisk, Morris Fidelman, Franklin D Wolffe, August 7, 1990: US04946828 (83 worldwide citation)

Insulin derivatives having a charge which is positive compared with the charge of human insulin at neutral pH, can be used to prepare solutions having prolonged insulin action. In the novel insulin derivatives, a basic amino acid has been substituted in the B27-position and/or a neutral amino acid h ...


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Toshinobu Nakamura: Fixing component. Shinagawa Shoko, Franklin D Wolffe, Morris Fidelman, July 21, 1987: US04681288 (67 worldwide citation)

A fixing component comprising a holder for holding other components, a resilient seat connected to the holder and having free ends contacting the surface of the board, a column projecting from the center of the seat through a hole in the board, and resilient wings diverging from a free end of the co ...


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Christian Beer, Robert Riedweg, Klaus Schlensog: Ameda, Morris Fidelman, Franklin D Wolffe, January 24, 1989: US04799922 (60 worldwide citation)

A breast pump insert formed of a soft, resilient and translucent polymer material, such as a silicon polymer, that is inert against boiling water has a monolithic self-supporting structure consisting of a first or funnel-shaped portion for contact with a nipple-encompassing breast area and for provi ...


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Katsutoshi Ohkochi, Mamoru Shinozaki, Toshiyuki Ohshita, Masayasu Kitano, Seizo Kamata: Method and device for conveying chemicals through borehole. Takenaka Komuten, Sekiso, Franklin D Wolffe, Morris Fidelman, January 26, 1988: US04721159 (58 worldwide citation)

A capsule for conveying chemicals through a borehole for stopping lost circulation is totally made from a thermoplastic or fragile material or has a bottom plate made from such a material. The capsule containing the chemicals is let down until it reaches the location of the lost circulation, where t ...


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Peter Eigtved: Immobilized Mucor miehei lipase for transesterification. Novo Industri, Morris Fidelman, Franklin D Wolffe, January 17, 1989: US04798793 (56 worldwide citation)

Immobilized lipase is produced by mixing an aqueous lipase solution with a particulate, macroporous, phenolformaldehyde adsorbent resin, and recovering and drying the resin having lipase immobilized thereon. The resin has a particle size such that more than 90% resin particles have a size between 10 ...


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Peter Eigtved: Immobilized Mucor miehe lipase for transesterification. Novo Industri, Morris Fidelman, Franklin D Wolffe, April 4, 1989: US04818695 (52 worldwide citation)

Immobilized lipase is produced by mixing an aqueous lipase solution with a particulate, macroporous, weak anion exchange resin, and recovering and drying the resin having lipase immobilized thereon. The resin has a particle size such that more than 90% resin particles have a size between 100-1000 .m ...


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Ida B Huge Jensen, Erik Gormsen: Enzymatic detergent additive. Novo Industri, Morris Fidelman, Franklin D Wolffe, March 7, 1989: US04810414 (50 worldwide citation)

Lipase is derived from Humicola sp. (incl. Theremomyces sp.), preferably H. lanuginosa. This lipase is found to have high activity at alkaline pH and to be compatible with anionic surfactants, and it is more effective as a detergent additive than previously described detergent lipases.


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Clay J Steffee: Upper torso engagement means and rotary torso exercise apparatus. Nautilus Sports, Morris Fidelman, Franklin D Wolffe, March 29, 1988: US04733860 (48 worldwide citation)

A rotary torso exercise machine, including an upper torso engagement means comprising a back rest, a right side bar and a left side bar. The user hooks elbows around the side bars and presses his or her back against the back rest thereby immobilizing the shoulder muscles, isolating the torso rotatio ...