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Casey K Lee, Noshir A Langrana, Harold Alexander, Alastair J Clemow, Elizabeth H Chen, John R Parsons: Functional and biocompatible intervertebral disc spacer. University of Medicine & Dentistry of N J, Rutgers University, Johnson & Johnson, Klauber & Jackson, March 27, 1990: US04911718 (522 worldwide citation)

The construction and manufacturing technique for a functional biocompatible intervertebral disc spacer is described. This device is useful for a replacement for a degenerated disc in certain treatments of back pain and spinal disease. The disc spacer possesses mechanical properties akin to those of ...


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John R Parsons, Casey K Lee, Noshir A Langrana, Alastair J Clemow, Elizabeth H Chen, Monica V Hawkins: Functional and biocompatible intervertebral disc spacer containing elastomeric material of varying hardness. University of Medicine and Dentistry of NJ, Rutgers University, Klauber & Jackson, August 13, 1996: US05545229 (382 worldwide citation)

The construction and manufacturing technique for a functional biocompatible intervertebral disc spacer is described. This device is useful for a replacement for a degenerated disc in certain treatments of back pain and spinal disease. The disc spacer possesses mechanical properties akin to those of ...


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Daniel A Grande, Paul A Lucas: Mesenchymal stem cells for cartilage repair. Morphogen Pharmaceuticals, North Shore University Hospital Research Corporation, Klauber & Jackson, May 25, 1999: US05906934 (349 worldwide citation)

It has been discovered that mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) in a polymeric carrier implanted into a cartilage and/or bone defect will differentiate to form cartilage and/or bone, as appropriate. Suitable polymeric carriers include porous meshes or sponges formed of synthetic or natural polymers, as we ...


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Bruce S Gingold: Surgical stapling apparatus. Klauber & Jackson, March 30, 1993: US05197648 (314 worldwide citation)

An improved circular anastomosis surgical stapling instrument for joining hollow tubular organs, has a body having a staple-carrying assembly at its distal end, a centered longitudinally extensible and retractable main shaft centered in the body, and an anvil opposed to the staple-carrying assembly, ...


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John R Parsons, Casey K Lee, Noshir A Langrana, Alastair J Clemow, Elizabeth H Chen: Functional and biocompatible intervertebral disc spacer containing elastomeric material of varying hardness. University of Medicine & Dentistry of New Jersey, Rutgers University, Klauber & Jackson, December 15, 1992: US05171281 (278 worldwide citation)

The construction and manufacturing technique for a functional biocompatible intervertebral disc spacer is described. This device is useful for a replacement for a degenerated disc in certain treatments of back pain and spinal disease. The disc spacer possesses mechanical properties skin to those of ...


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Stephen J Swartz: Arthroscopically implantable prosthesis. Klauber & Jackson, September 6, 1994: US05344459 (236 worldwide citation)

A prosthetic device is described which is arthroscopically implantable into a joint, which can restore function to a diseased joint, alleviating the need for joint therapy.


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Ralph S Greco, Richard A Harvey, Stanley Z Trooskin: Drug bonded prosthesis and process for producing same. University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, Klauber & Jackson, November 7, 1989: US04879135 (234 worldwide citation)

There is disclosed an improved prosthesis coated, respectively, with an anionic surfactant, a drug such as an antibiotic and/or antithrombotic agent. Optionally, the coated prosthesis may be treated with an ion exchange compound, to remove un-drug bound anionic surfactant. The drug is bound directly ...


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Mark R Forte: Totally posterior stabilized knee prosthesis. Klauber & Jackson, August 17, 1993: US05236461 (226 worldwide citation)

A posterior stabilized knee prosthesis includes a femoral component formed by medial and lateral condyles, each having an anterior portion, a distal portion and a posterior portion, an anterior patella flange interconnecting the anterior portions of the medial and lateral condyles in parallel, space ...


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Shankar Balasubramanian, David Klenerman, David Bentley: Arrayed biomolecules and their use in sequencing. Solexa, Klauber & Jackson, September 7, 2004: US06787308 (225 worldwide citation)

A device comprising an array of molecules immobilised on a solid surface is disclosed, wherein the array has a surface density which allows each molecule to be individually resolved, e.g. by optical microscopy. Therefore, the arrays of the present invention consist of single molecules are more spati ...


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Daniel A Grande, Paul A Lucas: Mesenchymal stem cells for cartilage repair. MorphoGen Pharmaceuticals, Klauber & Jackson, April 10, 2001: US06214369 (223 worldwide citation)

It has been discovered that mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) in a polymeric carrier implanted into a cartilage and/or bone defect will differentiate to form cartilage and/or bone, as appropriate. Suitable polymeric carriers include porous meshes or sponges formed of synthetic or natural polymers, as we ...



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