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George I Davida, David L Wells, John B Kam: Database encryption and decryption circuit and method using subkeys. Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation, Howard W Bremer, Robert W Cook, March 1, 1983: US04375579 (185 worldwide citation)

An encryption and decryption circuit and method using subkeys which is therefore particularly useful for the encryption and decryption of database information. Each data field has a corresponding write key and a different read key. A database record is encrypted by multiplying each field by its corr ...


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Folkert O Belzer, James H Southard: Perfusate for the preservation of organs. Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation, Howard W Bremer, January 17, 1989: US04798824 (127 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to new compositions for the preservation of organs prior to implantation comprising hydroxyethyl starch substantially free of ethylene glycol, ethylene chlorohydrin and acetone in a pharmaceutically acceptable organ perfusate.


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Folkert D Belzer, James H Southard: Solution for the preservation of organs. Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation, Howard W Bremer, November 7, 1989: US04879283 (83 worldwide citation)

In accordance with the present invention a method of preserving organs using a perfusate or storage solution containing a specific synthetic hydroxyethyl starch in place of human serum albumin is disclosed. A suitable composition is provided. Disclosed is a cold-storage solution and perfusate that h ...


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Harold A Peterson, Narendra Mohan: Active filter. Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation, Howard W Bremer, October 11, 1977: US04053820 (64 worldwide citation)

An active filtration system is described which may be particularly useful for filtering undesired harmonics of the fundamental AC frequency produced by AC to DC or DC to AC conversion. The filtration system of the invention produces currents of a phase, frequency and magnitude for injection into the ...


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Hector F DeLuca, Heinrich K Schnoes, Leon W LeVan: Vitamin D derivatives. Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation, Howard W Bremer, September 29, 1981: US04292250 (62 worldwide citation)

The invention provides new 25-hydroxy vitamin D.sub.2 25-glucuronide derivatives among which is 25-hydroxy vitamin D.sub.2 25-D-glucuronic acid.


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George I Davida, David L Wells: Digital data enciphering and deciphering circuit and method. Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation, Howard W Bremer, Robert W Cook, May 6, 1980: US04202051 (61 worldwide citation)

A digital data enciphering and deciphering circuit and method for transforming a plaintext signal into an enciphered signal which is secure during transmission. After receipt, the enciphered signal is transformed back into the original plaintext signal by use of the same circuit and method. A key ge ...


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George I Davida, John B Kam: Complete substitution permutation enciphering and deciphering circuit. Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation, Howard W Bremer, Robert W Cook, June 23, 1981: US04275265 (47 worldwide citation)

A complete substitution permutation enciphering and deciphering circuit and method for transforming a plaintext signal into an enciphered signal which is secure during transmission. After receipt, the enciphered signal is transformed back into the original plaintext signal by use of a similar circui ...


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Hector F DeLuca: Method for treating calcium imbalance and improving calcium absorption in mammals. Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation, Howard W Bremer, September 30, 1980: US04225596 (42 worldwide citation)

A method for treating or preventing metabolic bone disease characterized by loss of bone mass and of improving the calcium balance and calcium absorption of mammals, particularly of women in the post menopausal state, by administering at least one compound having the formulae ##STR1## where R.sub.1, ...


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Hector F DeLuca, Heinrich K Schnoes, David E Hamer, Herbert E Paaren: Process for preparing 1.alpha.-hydroxylated compounds. Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation, Howard W Bremer, March 25, 1980: US04195027 (36 worldwide citation)

A method for directly introducing an oxygen function at carbon 1 of the vitamin D molecule or precursors or derivatives thereof which comprises subjecting such molecules to allylic oxidation utilizing selenium dioxide as the oxidizing agent.


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John M Harkin: Method for treating septic tank effluent seepage beds and the like. Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation, Howard W Bremer, May 3, 1977: US04021338 (31 worldwide citation)

A method for correcting and preventing the failure of septic tank effluent seepage beds or similar installations which comprises treating such beds with a solution of an oxidizing agent, preferably hydrogen peroxide.