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Randy D Cortright, James A Dumesic: Low-temperature hydrocarbon production from oxygenated hydrocarbons. Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation, Joseph T Leone Esq, DeWitt Ross & Stevens S C, October 11, 2005: US06953873 (94 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a method of producing hydrocarbons from oxygenated hydrocarbon reactants, such as glycerol, glucose, or sorbitol. The method can take place in the vapor phase or in the condensed liquid phase (preferably in the condensed liquid phase). The method includes the steps of reacting water and ...


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Randy D Cortright, James A Dumesic: Low-temperature hydrogen production from oxygenated hydrocarbons. Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation, Joseph T Leone Esq, DeWitt Ross & Stevens S C, March 2, 2004: US06699457 (80 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a method of producing hydrogen from oxygenated hydrocarbon reactants, such as glycerol, glucose, or sorbitol. The method can take place in the vapor phase or in the condensed liquid phase. The method includes the steps of reacting water and a water-soluble oxygenated hydrocarbon having ...


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Randy D Cortright, James A Dumesic: Low-temperature hydrogen production from oxygenated hydrocarbons. Wisconsin Alumni Research, Joseph T Leone Esq, DeWitt Ross & Stevens S C, November 15, 2005: US06964757 (63 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a method of producing hydrogen from oxygenated hydrocarbon reactants, such as methanol, glycerol, sugars (e.g. glucose and xylose), or sugar alcohols (e.g. sorbitol). The method takes place in the condensed liquid phase. The method includes the steps of reacting water and a water-solubl ...


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Randy D Cortright, James A Dumesic: Low-temperature hydrogen production from oxygenated hydrocarbons. Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation, Joseph T Leone Esq, DeWitt Ross & Stevens S C, November 15, 2005: US06964758 (54 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a method of producing hydrogen from oxygenated hydrocarbon reactants, such as glycerol, glucose, or sorbitol. The method can take place in the vapor phase or in the condensed liquid phase. The method includes the steps of reacting water and a water-soluble oxygenated hydrocarbon having ...


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James A Dumesic, Yuriy Rom acute over, Juben N Chheda: Catalytic process for producing furan derivatives in a biphasic reactor. Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation, Joseph T Leone Esq, DeWitt Ross & Stevens S C, August 11, 2009: US07572925 (53 worldwide citation)

Described is a catalytic process for converting sugars to furan derivatives (e.g. 5-hydroxymethylfurfural, furfural, dimethylfuran, etc.) using a biphasic reactor containing a reactive aqueous phase and an organic extracting phase. The process provides a cost-effective route for producing di-substit ...


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Juan DePablo, Danforth Miller, Paul Conrad, Horacio Corti: Preservation and storage medium for biological materials. Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation, Joseph T Leone Esq, DeWitt Ross & Stevens S C, July 19, 2005: US06919172 (49 worldwide citation)

A protectant mixture for use in preserving biological materials comprising (1) at least one polyhydroxy compound, where the total amount of polyhydroxy compound in the mixture is from about 5% to about 60% by weight of the mixture where the mixture is an aqueous solution and is from about 10% to abo ...


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Periannan Senapathy: Shot-gun sequencing and amplification without cloning. Genome Technologies, Joseph T Leone Esq, DeWitt Ross & Stevens S C, February 18, 2003: US06521428 (41 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a method for sequencing and amplifying nucleic acid templates wherein a degenerate primer with a fixed sequence region and a random sequence region is utilized. By determining the statistical expectancy of the fixed sequence in the nucleic acid template, this determines the average leng ...


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David C Schwartz, Tian Wu: Method for analyzing nucleic acid reactions. Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation, Joseph T Leone Esq, DeWitt Ross & Stevens S C, August 19, 2003: US06607888 (34 worldwide citation)

Disclosed are methods for analyzing reactions involving nucleic acids. The invention utilizes nucleic acids immobilized on a defined substrate in such a manner that the nucleic acid can participate in enzymatic and chemical reactions. These reactions are carried out in the presence of labeled reagen ...


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John B Luchansky, Andrea Piva: Feed additive that increases availability of butyric acid and non-digestible oligosaccharides in the G.I. tract. Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation, Joseph T Leone Esq, DeWitt Ross & Stevens S C, April 17, 2001: US06217915 (25 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a feed additive which increases the availability of butyric acid and a pre-biotic to the intestinal mucosa and to beneficial microflora in the gut, respectively. The feed composition contains tributyrin and lactitol, a non-digestible oligosaccharide.


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Periannan Senapathy: Shot-gun sequencing and amplification without cloning. Genome Technologies, Joseph T Leone Esq, DeWitt Ross & Stevens S C, March 4, 2003: US06528288 (25 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a method for sequencing and amplifying nucleic acid templates wherein a degenerate primer with a fixed sequence region and a random sequence region is utilized. By determining the statistical expectancy of the fixed sequence in the nucleic acid template, this determines the average leng ...



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