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Robert Kenneth Sheehan: Safety lock conduit connector. Neal O Willmann, October 31, 2000: US06140582 (25 worldwide citation)

A connector for facilitating the connection of electrical conduit or cable to junction box, which is fashioned from a single piece of material, and features a saddle member and rolled throat that are integral parts of the connector. These integrated features simplify manufacturing and ultimate use o ...


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Harry F Hixson Jr, Billy J Green, Laurence M Cummins, John W Cole: Method and reagents for measuring the level of conjugated bile acids. Abbott Laboratories, Neal O Willmann, September 2, 1980: US04220598 (23 worldwide citation)

A method and novel reagents useful for measuring the level of specific immunoreactive conjugated bile acids in a sample using labeled conjugated bile acid derivatives are disclosed.


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James Roberts Obenshain: Bi-modal seed port with pivoting trough. Cedar Works, Neal O Willmann, April 25, 2006: US07032539 (21 worldwide citation)

A seed port, specifically designed to permit dispensing large and small seeds from the same feeder, can be used with a bird feeder having a reservoir for the containment of bird seed, wherein the seed port has a platform with an opening that attaches to the reservoir and aligns with an opening in th ...


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Mark R Shaffar: Method of stabilizing peroxidase in a serum protein based medium. Abbott Laboratories, Neal O Willmann, February 24, 1981: US04252896 (18 worldwide citation)

The addition of 8-anilino-1-napthalene sulfonic acid to a reagent comprising peroxidase in a serum protein based medium improves the stability of the enzyme 10-20 fold by blocking heme binding proteins and thereby maintaining the structural integrity of the enzyme.


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Richard E Klaassen, Herbert A Asch: Ultrasonic method and apparatus for creating dental impressions. Asch Klaassen Sonics, Neal O Willmann, April 18, 2000: US06050821 (18 worldwide citation)

This disclosure relates to a method and apparatus for mapping the structure and topography of dental formations such as peridontium and teeth, both intact and prepared, for diagnosis and dental prosthetics and bridgework by using an ultrasonic scanning technique. This method can provide highly resol ...


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Francis Robert Cano: Process for the purification of influenza virus vaccine. American Cyanamid Company, Neal O Willmann, December 28, 1976: US04000257 (17 worldwide citation)

A process for producing high potency influenza vaccines with low pyrogenicity and low endotoxicity involves treating concentrated allantoic fluid (CAF) containing an attenuated virus sequentially with butyl acetate and ethyl acetate followed by flash evaporation.


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Albert Sjoerdsma, Peter P McCann, Philippe Bey, Patrick J Casara: Method of inhibiting protozoal growth. Merrell Dow Pharmaceuticals, Neal O Willmann, March 23, 1993: US05196450 (15 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to the use of .alpha.- halomethyl, .alpha.-acetylenic or .alpha.-allenic derivatives of arginine and agmatine, or their dehydro analogs, in the treatment of Chagas disease and Coccidiosis.


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Gary W McFadden: Device for aiding detection of submerged body. Neal O Willmann, November 16, 2004: US06817727 (14 worldwide citation)

Disclosed herein is a device to be worn by individuals engaged in any kind of maritime, coastal, inland-water or aquatic activity, so that in the event of a mishap, the body of the wearer can be more easily detected, even if submerged in dark or turbid water. The device contains an illumination mean ...


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Akhtar Ali, Robert G Hiltibran: .alpha. hydroxy tripeptide substrates. Abbott Laboratories, Neal O Willmann, January 13, 1981: US04244865 (12 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to the synthesis and use of novel .alpha. hydroxy tripeptide substrates which are useful in the quantitative determination of proteolytic enzymes such as thrombin and trypsin. In use, the disclosed substrates are hydrolyzed by a proteolytic enzyme to yield a moiety that can be ...


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Carla R Stokesbary: Head support. Neal O Willmann, April 24, 2001: US06219865 (12 worldwide citation)

This disclosure relates to a head support that is comfortably resilient and adjustable to fit around the neck and under the lower jaw of the wearer to support the head in a generally erect posture enabling the wearer to relax, and perhaps sleep, while stabilizing the head to permit, for example, coi ...