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Karen Buechler
Stephen Dunmead, Kauko Johannes Karpale, Alan W Weimer, Karen J Buechler, Jacob A Johnson: Rapid conversion of metal-containing compounds to form metals or metal alloys. OMG Americas, The Regents of the University of Colorado, Kalow & Springut, February 10, 2004: US06689191 (9 worldwide citation)

A method of converting metal-containing or metal alloy-containing compounds into a metal or metal alloy by rapidly heating the metal-containing or metal alloy-containing compound to an elevated temperature to instigate conversion and holding the metal-containing or metal alloy-containing compound at ...


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Karen Buechler
Stephen Dunmead, Kauko Johannes Karpale, Alan W Weimer, Karen J Buechler, Jacob A Johnson: Rapid conversion of metal-containing compounds to form metals or metal oxides. Kalow & Springut, January 30, 2003: US20030019328-A1

A method of converting metal-containing compounds into a metal or metal oxide by rapidly heating the metal-containing compound to an elevated temperature to instigate conversion and holding the metal-containing compound at the elevated temperature for a time sufficient to effect formation of the met ...


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Karen Buechler
Stephen Dunmead, Kauko Johannes Karpale, Alan W Weimer, Karen J Buechler, Jacob A Johnson: Rapid conversion of metal-containing compounds to form metal oxides. Gary R Molnar Esq, Kalow & Springut, December 18, 2003: US20030230169-A1

A method of converting metal-containing compounds into a metal or metal oxide by rapidly heating the metal-containing compound to an elevated temperature to instigate conversion and holding the metal-containing compound at the elevated temperature for a time sufficient to effect formation of the met ...


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Eugene P Gerety, Richard A Strempski, Stephen G Sardi: Two-dimensional printed code for storing biometric information and integrated off-line apparatus for reading same. Datastrip, Kalow & Springut, May 6, 2003: US06560741 (180 worldwide citation)

A two-dimensional, high-density, damage-tolerant printed code suitable for encoding multiple biometrics and text for positive off-line identity verification comprises a horizontal header section; a vertical header section; a start pattern; a left row address pattern; an encoded data portion; a right ...


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Donald J Dashefsky, Karen Fore Poloniewicz, George A Shababb: Automated data collection for consumer driving-activity survey. VNU Marketing Information Services, Kalow & Springut, August 1, 2000: US06098048 (172 worldwide citation)

Consumer driving-activity market research information may be obtained by selecting panelists to form a consumer driving-activity panel. At least one trackable motor vehicle and at least one consumer driver who has use of the vehicle are associated with each panelist of the panel. The trackable motor ...


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Robert Eric Montgomery, Salim A Nathoo: Light activated tooth whitening composition and method of using same. BriteSmile, Kalow & Springut, December 19, 2000: US06162055 (109 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a tooth whitening composition having a transparent first component that is a carrier compound and a transparent second component that is an oxidizing compound which when applied to a stained tooth and exposed to actinic light is activated to facilitate tooth whitening. ...


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Robert Schwarzberg: Electrocardiographic monitoring and recording device. Ralin Medical, Kalow Springut & Bressler, March 24, 1998: US05730143 (97 worldwide citation)

An electrocardiographic monitoring and recording device that includes continuous long-term recording with real time evaluation of the incoming data in an evaluation buffer for the occurrence of a clinically significant event. The occurrence of an event meeting programmable parameters causes the data ...


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Robert Eric Montgomery, Salim A Nathoo: Light-activated tooth whitening composition and method of using same. BriteSmile, Kalow & Springut, February 5, 2002: US06343933 (88 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a tooth whitening composition having a transparent first component that is a carrier compound and a transparent second component that is an oxidizing compound which when applied to a stained tooth and exposed to actinic light is activated to facilitate tooth whitening. ...


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Anastasia Khvorova, Angela Reynolds, Devin Leake, William Marshall, Stephen Scaringe, Steven Read: Functional and hyperfunctional siRNA. Dharmacon, Kalow & Springut, Scott D Locke Esq, April 6, 2010: US07691997 (86 worldwide citation)

Efficient sequence specific gene silencing is possible through the use of siRNA technology. By selecting particular siRNAs by rationale design, one can maximize the generation of an effective gene silencing reagent, as well as methods for silencing genes.


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