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Cameron Bruce M Sr, Allen Robert C: Methods and compositions for pain management. Proteome Sciences, sREMENICK James, June 2, 2000: WO/2000/031290

The present invention provides novel methods and diagnostic kits for the objective measurement of the severity of pain or stress being experienced by a patient with a disorder, diagnosis and treatment for patients suffering from painful disorders, and monitoring the effectiveness of different pain-t ...


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Holtzapple Mark T, Rabroker Andrew G: Quasi-isothermal brayton cycle engine. The Texas A & M University System, sREMENICK James, February 10, 2000: WO/2000/006876

An engine is disclosed. According to one embodiment of the present invention, the engine comprises a compressor, and combustor, and an expander. The compressor compresses ambient air. The combustor burns the compressed air, and produces exhaust gases. The expander receives the exhaust gases from the ...


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Lewis Edgar N, Freeman Jenny E, Hopmeier Michael J, Zuzak Karel J, Schaeberle Michael D: Imaging apparatus with means for fusing thermal and hyperspectral images. Hypermed Imaging, United States, Government Represented By, Secretary Of The Department Of Health And Human Services, Lewis Edgar N, Freeman Jenny E, Hopmeier Michael J, Zuzak Karel J, Schaeberle Michael D, sREMENICK James, January 11, 2001: WO/2001/003050

The invention is directed to imaging apparatus for performing real-time assessment and monitoring comprising means for fusing a thermal image and a hyperspectral data cube for assessment of biological processes. Embodiments of the device are useful in a plurality of settings including surgery, clini ...


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Freeman Jenny E, Leventon Michael, Hopmeier Michael J, Mansfield James, Lewis Edgar N: Integrated imaging apparatus. Hypermed Imaging, sREMENICK James, January 11, 2001: WO/2001/001854

The invention is directed to imaging apparatus for performing real-time or near real-time assessment and monitoring. Embodiments of the device are useful in a plurality of settings including surgery, clinical procedures, tissue assessment, diagnostic procedures, forensic, health monitoring and medic ...


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Holtzapple Mark, Davison Richard, Loescher Mitch, Ross Michael K, Loeffler Charles: Method and apparatus for producing organic acids. The Texas A & M University System, sREMENICK James, February 5, 1998: WO/1998/004729

A continuous process and apparatus for preparing organic acids and their salts from biomass. Biomass flows from a region of fresh biomass and high acid and acid salt concentration to a region of digested biomass and low acid and acid salt concentration in a fermentation apparatus under anaerobic con ...


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Burnham Jeffrey C, Reuners Robert S, Barton Jery E, Bankston Warren S: Methods and apparatus for the application of combined fields to disinfect fluids. Burnham Technologies, sREMENICK James, February 12, 1998: WO/1998/005595

This invention relates to apparatus and methods for the treatment of fluids with magnetic fields and, in particular, to the disinfection of contaminated fluids with a high-gauss magnet followed by ultraviolet radiation. Magnetic treatment enhances the ability to separate hydrophobic contaminants fro ...


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Safe Stephen F: Substituted analogs of indole-3-carbinol and of diindolymethane as antiestrogens. The Texas A & M University System, sREMENICK James, November 12, 1998: WO/1998/050357

Provided in the present invention are compounds and compositions of substituted indole-3-carbinols and diindolylmethane having structure (I) where R¿1?, R¿2?, R¿4?, R¿5?, R¿6?, and R¿7? individually and independently, is a hydrogen, a or a substituent selected from the group consisting of a halogen, ...


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Mccaffrey Ronald P, Wigzell Hans L R, Sugar Alan M: Compositions for the treatment of parasitic and fungal infections. The University Hospital, sREMENICK James, June 6, 1996: WO/1996/016664

This invention relates to compositions comprising an adenosine derivative and a deaminase inhibitor for the prevention and treatment of fungal and fungal-like infections and parasitic infections by eukaryotic organisms. Parasitic infections which are treatable and preventable with these compositions ...


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Cohen Carl, Hurrell John: Portable non-invasive glucose monitor. Argose, Cohen Carl, Hurrell John, sREMENICK James, March 20, 2003: WO/2003/023356

The invention provides a hand-held glucose monitor and an optical coupler that allows for short-term discontinuous and/or continuous information on dynamic in vivo glucose levels. The device comprises an instrument body (101) which contains a display (102). The device may include an optical coupler ...


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Hendricks Judy K, Biddle Harold A, Byerly Dale L, Rechsteiner Shaundrea L, Gorski Joel R: Indicator systems and material compression and insertion devices for preparing same. North American Science Associates, sREMENICK James, July 31, 1997: WO/1997/026924

This invention relates to novel apparatus and methods for inserting and positioning a compressible material into a container and for using the container for detecting a specific environmental parameter or combination of parameters and for determining the effectiveness of a sterilization procedure. P ...



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