Randall A Watson, Eugene P Gosselink, Shulin Zhang: Compositions comprising ethoxylated/propoxylated polyalkyleneamine polymers as soil dispersing agents. The Procter & Gamble Company, M D Jones, K W Zerby, J J Yetter, October 15, 1996: US05565145 (145 worldwide citation)

Cleaning and soil dispersing compositions comprising ethoxylated/propoxylated polyalkyleneamine polymers are provided. Thus, detergent compositions which comprise ethoxylated/propoxylated polyalkyleneamine polymers, such as poly(ethyleneimine) with a degree of ethoxylation of 1.0, provide soil dispe ...

Andre Baeck, Chanchal Kumar Ghosh, Thomas Paul Graycar, Richard Ray Bott, Lori Jean Wilson, Philip Frederick Brode, Bobby Lee Barnett, Donn Nelton Rubingh: Protease-containing cleaning compositions. The Procter & Gamble Company, Kim William Zerby, J J Yetter, J C Rasser, October 21, 1997: US05679630 (115 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to cleaning compositions comprising subtilisin proteases from Bacillus lentus having the following alterations: N76D, S103A and V104I, where the numbering is based on the corresponding positions in the subtilisin from Bacillus amyloliquefaciens.

Guiseppe Bartolotta, Nicolaas Tieme DE Oude, Alfred Alexander Gunkel: Controlled sudsing detergent compositions. The Procter & Gamble Company, J J Yetter, C R Wilson, F L Collins, January 20, 1976: US03933672 (106 worldwide citation)

Detergent compositions having an effective suds controlling agent comprising a silicone material which is substantially removed from contact with the surfactant component of the composition.

Eugene P Gosselink, Robert Y Pan, Patti J Kellett, Robin G Hall: Sulfonated poly-ethoxy/propoxy end-capped ester oligomers suitable as soil release agents in detergent compositions. The Procter & Gamble Company, M D Jones, K W Zerby, J J Yetter, May 16, 1995: US05415807 (78 worldwide citation)

Anionic sulfonated poly-ethoxy/propoxy, especially modified isethionate, end-capped esters useful as soil release agents in detergent compositions are presented. The terephthalate esters are homogeneously integrated with one or more crystallization-reducing stabilizers.

Hugh A Thompson, Gerald A Young, Thomas W Osborn III, Charles W Chappell, John L Hammons, James C Horney, Lee M Hines: Absorbent particles, especially catamenials, having improved fluid directionality, comfort and fit. The Procter & Gamble Company, K C Johnson, E K Linman, J J Yetter, October 18, 1994: US05356405 (75 worldwide citation)

Absorbent articles, especially sanitary napkins, contain fibers with intra-fiber capillary channels. In-use, the capillary channel fibers direct menses to a storage layer, thereby minimizing product failure and staining of undergarments. The capillary channel fibers can protrude into, or through, a ...

Haile Mehansho, Kenneth T Smith: Iron-calcium mineral supplements with enhanced bioavailability. The Procter & Gamble Company, R A Dabek, J J Yetter, L W Lewis, February 19, 1991: US04994283 (46 worldwide citation)

Nutritional mineral supplements comprise iron compounds and calcium compounds in combination with citrates or tartrates, ascorbates, and, optionally, fructose. The tendency of calcium to inhibit the bioavailability of iron is reduced in such compositions, so that conjoint bioavailability of these tw ...

Chandrika Kasturi, Andre Baeck, Ann Margaret Wolff: Detergent compositions containing lipase and protease. The Procter & Gamble Company, K W Zerby, J J Yetter, J C Rasser, January 13, 1998: US05707950 (46 worldwide citation)

The invention concerns laundry detergent compositions comprising lipase (especially the variant D96L of the native lipase derived from Humicola lanuginosa), protease, and surfactant, wherein said compositions comprise levels of lipase enzyme and protease enzyme such that the whitening performance of ...

Chee Hway Tsai, David C Heckert, James T Kuznicki: Beverages. Procter & Gamble, R A Dabek, J J Yetter, R C Witte, August 7, 1990: US04946701 (45 worldwide citation)

A beverage containing a flavorant and green tea solids or flavanols is disclosed. The beverage can contain sweeteners. Caffeine can also be present in the beverage in ratio of caffeine to flavanols of from about 1:1 to about 1:30. The beverage can be carbonated or non-carbonated, i.e. a still bevera ...

Magda El Nokaly, George D Hiler, Joseph McGrady: Food microemulsion. The Procter & Gamble Company, R A Dabek, J J Yetter, R C Witte, September 3, 1991: US05045337 (43 worldwide citation)

Microemulsions which are thermodynamically stable, clear, and homogeneous are made from a polar solvent, a specific polyglycerol mono, diester and a lipid. These microemulsions are edible, have good flavor and can be used to disperse water soluble nutrients, vitamins, flavor and flavor precursors in ...