1
Christopher E Damsgard, James R Baeten: Method for making sweet cookie dough having an imprinted surface. General Mills Marketing, Annette M Frawley, Karrie G Weaver, June 27, 2006: US07067167 (15 worldwide citation)

Rapid, efficient, and systematic processes and apparatuses for making repeatable imprints on multiple, individual sweet dough pieces are provided. An advantage of the process is the ease of making uniform imprints that are aligned with the individual dough pieces as formed and deposited. Such provid ...


2
Jimmy A DeMars, Gregory C Vargas, Robert F Meyer, Michael A Gattie: Apparatus and method for processing viscous food products. The Pillsbury Company, Michael C Maier, Douglas J Taylor, Karrie G Weaver, September 30, 2003: US06627241 (5 worldwide citation)

A food product depositor system utilizes a food product depositor device. Preferably, the food product depositor device includes at least one food product depositor module. In an embodiment, the food product depositor module may include mating features and a plurality of food product depositor modul ...


3
Tahmina Naqvi, Jie Wen, Patrick Guire: Methods for preparing thermally responsive cell culture surfaces. INNOVATIVE SURFACE TECHNOLOGIES, Weaver Legal and Consulting, Karrie G Weaver, August 25, 2015: US09116144

A stimuli responsive nanofiber that includes a stimuli responsive polymer, such as a thermally responsive polymer, and a cross-linking agent having at least two latent reactive activatable groups. The nanofiber may also include a biologically active material or a functional polymer. The stimuli resp ...


4
Eric Guire, Jie Wen: Neural transfection reagents. Innovative Surface Technologies, Weaver Legal and Consulting, Karrie G Weaver, January 20, 2015: US08936907

The invention is directed to transfection reagents for the delivery of nucleic acids into neural cells, compositions including the reagents, methods of preparation of such reagents, methods of transfecting cells with such reagents, and uses thereof. In preferred embodiments the reagents comprise hor ...


5
Ralph A Chappa, Sheau Ping Hu, Dale G Swan, Melvin J Swanson, Patrick E Guire: Target molecule attachment to surfaces. Surmodics, Karrie G Weaver, August 16, 2001: US20010014448-A1

Method and reagent composition for covalent attachment of target molecules, such as nucleic acids, onto the surface of a substrate. The reagent composition includes groups capable of covalently binding to the target molecule. Optionally, the composition can contain photoreactive groups for use in at ...


6
Toby Freyman: Valve treatment catheter and methods. Karrie G Weaver, Kagan Binder PLLC, July 1, 2004: US20040127848-A1

The invention provides a catheter for insertion into a biological passage which contains a first flowing fluid, the catheter including a tubular member having a proximal end and a distal end; a fluid delivery lumen contained within the tubular member; an inflatable balloon assembly disposed at the d ...


7
Dale G Swan, Richard A Amos, Terrence P Everson, Stephen J Chudzik, Palph A Chappa, Sean M Stucke, Peter H Duquette: Water-soluble coating agents bearing initiator groups. Karrie G Weaver, Fredrikson & Byron PA, January 10, 2002: US20020004140-A1

A method of forming a polymer layer on a support surface by the use of a coating agent and polymerizable compounds. The coating agent provides photoreactive groups adapted to attach the agent to the surface, as well as photoreactive groups adapted to remain unattached to the surface, and thus serve ...


8
Melvin J Swanson: Methods and reagents for treating honeybees for parasitic mites. Karrie G Weaver, Kagan Binder Pllc, January 12, 2006: US20060009122-A1

The invention provides controlled release compositions for treatment of parasitic mites in honeybees, the compositions composed of a covalently crosslinked polymer gel and an active agent that includes a salt of formic acid. The invention also provides methods for controlling parasitic mites in hone ...