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Louis C Sehl, Olof Mikael Trollsas, Donald G Wallace, David Toman, Frank A DeLustro, Jacqueline A Schroeder, George H Chu: Methods for tissue repair using adhesive materials. Cohesion Technologies, Dianne E Reed, Mark L Warzel, Reed Intellectual Property Law Group, December 21, 2004: US06833408 (158 worldwide citation)

A method of tissue repair is provided using a biocompatible nonimmunogenic adhesive composition. The adhesive composition comprises collagen and a plurality of crosslinkable components having reactive functional groups thereon, with the functional groups selected so as to enable inter-reaction betwe ...


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Frank Kochinke: Methods and drug delivery systems for the treatment of orofacial diseases. Reed Intellectual Property Law Group, July 11, 2006: US07074426 (150 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to methods of treating various orofacial diseases involving inflammation, infection and/or pain, using intratissue controlled release drug delivery systems. More particularly, the invention relates to methods for localized or targeted administration of a sustained release form ...


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Vladimir Gartstein, Faiz Feisal Sherman: Microstructures for delivering a composition cutaneously to skin. Corium International, Reed Intellectual Property Law Group, September 19, 2006: US07108681 (54 worldwide citation)

An improved method and apparatus is provided as a system to deliver a composition, preferably a medical or pharmaceutical composition or active, through the stratum corneum of skin, without introducing bleeding or damage to tissue, and absent pain or other trauma. The dimensions and shapes of the mi ...


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Woonza M Rhee, Frank A DeLustro, Richard A Berg: Composition for administration of a biologically active compound. Cohesion Technologies, Reed Intellectual Property Law Group, June 28, 2005: US06911496 (36 worldwide citation)

Provided are crosslinked polymer compositions that include a first synthetic polymer containing multiple nucleophilic groups covalently bound to a second synthetic polymer containing multiple electrophilic groups. The first synthetic polymer is preferably a synthetic polypeptide or a polyethylene gl ...


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Faiz Feisal Sherman, Vladimir Gartstein: Microstructures and method for treating and conditioning skin which cause less irritation during exfoliation. Corium International, Reed Intellectual Property Law Group, November 7, 2006: US07131987 (32 worldwide citation)

An improved method is provided to enhance skin appearance and health, in which skin is cleaned (or exfoliated) and conditioned by use of microelements affixed to a base element or hand-held patch. For the microstructure used in the improved method, the dimensions of the microelements are controlled ...


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Tae Lim Choi, Choon Woo Lee, Isaac M Rutenberg, Robert H Grubbs: Synthesis of A,B-alternating copolymers by olefin metathesis reactions of cyclic olefins or olefinic polymers with an acyclic diene. California Institute of Technology, Dianne E Reed, Mark L Warzel, Reed Intellectual Property Law Group, January 17, 2006: US06987154 (29 worldwide citation)

This invention relates generally to synthetic procedures that include the step of ring-opening metathesis of cyclic olefins and reaction with an acyclic diene co-reactant to produce regularly repeating A,B-alternating olefin polymers. The A,B-alternating polymers are produced by varying reaction con ...


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Woonza M Rhee, Frank A DeLustro, Richard A Berg: Synthetic implant with nonimmunogenicity coating. Cohesion Technologies, Reed Intellectual Property Law Group, November 29, 2005: US06969400 (24 worldwide citation)

Provided are crosslinked polymer compositions that include a first synthetic polymer containing multiple nucleophilic groups covalently bound to a second synthetic polymer containing multiple electrophilic groups. The first synthetic polymer is preferably a synthetic polypeptide or a polyethylene gl ...


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Howard I Maibach, Eric C Luo, Tsung Min Hsu: Topical administration of basic antifungal compositions to treat fungal infections of the nails. Reed Intellectual Property Law Group, January 25, 2005: US06846837 (24 worldwide citation)

Methods and topical pharmaceutical formulations are provided for the treatment of nail fungus (onychomycosis). The invention involves a pharmacologically active antifungal agent, plus a pharmaceutically acceptable base in a formulation having a pH of 7.5 to about 13.0, preferably about 8.0 to 11.5, ...


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Robert H Grubbs, Peter Schwab, Sonbinh T Nguyen: High metathesis activity ruthenium and osmium metal carbene complexes. California Institute of Technology, Reed Intellectual Property Law Group, September 5, 2006: US07102047 (23 worldwide citation)

Ruthenium and osmium carbene compounds that are stable in the presence of a variety of functional groups and can be used to catalyze olefin metathesis reactions on unstrained cyclic and acyclic olefins are disclosed. Also disclosed are methods of making the carbene compounds. The carbene compounds a ...


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Mitchell W Mutz, Richard N Ellson, James K Foote: Acoustic assessment of fluids in a plurality of reservoirs. Picoliter, Dianne E Reed, Reed Intellectual Property Law Group, September 6, 2005: US06938995 (22 worldwide citation)

The invention provides devices and methods for acoustically assessing the contents of a plurality of reservoirs that are typically provided as an array. An acoustic radiation generator is employed for generating acoustic radiation having an image field of a size sufficient to interrogate a plurality ...