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Hans Jürgen Hannig: Panel and fastening system for such a panel. Akzenta Paneele Profile, Lucas & Mercanti, November 18, 2008: US07451578 (104 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a fastening system (1) for rectangular, tabular panels (2, 3, 10), especially floor panels. Comprising retaining profiles disposed on the small faces of said panels (2, 3, 10). Opposite retaining profiles match said retaining profiles in such a manner that similar panels (2, ...


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Bernard Bouffier: Surgical prosthesis-forming device used to implant an organ support in a mammal. Lucas & Mercanti, June 12, 2007: US07229404 (85 worldwide citation)

The invention concerns a surgical device forming a surgical prosthesis. This device is characterized in that it contains at least one first sling (20), at least one first traction component (30), and at least one first fixation or anchoring system (40), designed to work in concert with at least said ...


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Matthew Rela: Water purifier. Technology Ventures, Muserlian Lucas & Mercanti, August 19, 2003: US06607668 (71 worldwide citation)

Water purifier using membranes, ion exchange resins and electricity to remove ionic, organic and suspended impurities from water to produce high quality, pure water. Supply water is pre-treated by directing it first into a sediment pre-filter module, a softener module and a sediment removal and dech ...


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Jong Eun Oh, Keon Hyoung Lee, Tae Gwan Park, Yoon Sung Nam: Controlled drug delivery system using the conjugation of drug to biodegradable polyester. Mogam Biotechnology Research Institute, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Muserlian Lucas & Mercanti, July 8, 2003: US06589548 (66 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a molecular sustained controlled release system constructed by the conjugation of molecules to be released with biodegradable polyester polymer via covalent bond and method for preparation thereof. In accordance with the present invention, the system may be formulate ...


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Akihiro Maezawa, Noriyuki Mishina: Radiation image converting panel and production method of the same. Konica Corporation, Lucas & Mercanti, January 31, 2006: US06992305 (62 worldwide citation)

A radiation image converging panel comprising a support having thereon a stimulable phosphor layer produced by a vapor phase method so as to have a thickness of 50 μm to 10 mm, wherein the stimulable phosphor layer comprises:(i) a stimulable phosphor; and (ii) an alkaline metal compound or an alkali ...


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Ralf Eisermann: Method for laying and interlocking panels. Akzenta Paneele & Profile, Lucas & Mercanti, December 28, 2010: US07856789 (52 worldwide citation)

The method for laying and interlocking the panels uses panels with complementary, formfitting retaining profiles extending over the length of the sides. The complementary edges of the panels allow two adjacent panels to be positively joined such that displacement of the panels away from one another ...


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Reinhold Sussmann: Shoe, particularly a sports shoe. Puma SE, Lucas & Mercanti, March 4, 2014: US08661714 (52 worldwide citation)

The shoe is a foldable shoe with sufficient rigidity during use but allows for folding during periods of non-use. The shoe has an upper which is made of a flexible material that makes it possible to push the upper together in the longitudinal direction of the shoe. In a portion of the shoe there are ...


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Kenneth Jacobs: Eternalism, a method for creating an appearance of sustained three-dimensional motion-direction of unlimited duration, using a finite number of pictures. Lucas & Mercanti, April 18, 2006: US07030902 (52 worldwide citation)

The method uses three pictures, A, B and C, two of which are substantially similar pictures having images, A, B, and one that is dissimilar, usually a solid color, C. Continuous movement is created by repetitively viewing the series A, B, C. Additionally, each picture can be blended or superimposed ...


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Reinhold Sussmann: Shoe, in particular sports shoe. Puma Aktiengesellschaft Rudolf Dassler Sport, Lucas & Mercanti, August 14, 2012: US08240067 (51 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a shoe, especially to a sports shoe, with a shoe upper (1) and a sole (2, 3) consisting of at least two parts, wherein at least one part of the sole (2) is arranged in the forefoot region and at least on part of the sole (3) is arranged in the rearfoot region, wherein the sh ...


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Toshihiko Hida, Takanori Okabe: Seat occupant load sensor. Kabushiki Kaisha Imasen Denki Seisakusho, Lucas & Mercanti, March 13, 2007: US07189931 (45 worldwide citation)

An occupant load sensor (10) is fixed to a bracket (48) via a sleeve (60a) of a collar (60) arranged in an outer periphery of a thread (32) of a bolt portion (30), and a bush (62) interposed between the sleeve (60a) and a through hole (48a) of the bracket (48). Accordingly, a slight movement is allo ...



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