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Kan Edwin C, Minch Bradley A: Chemical-sensitive floating gate field effect transistor. Cornell Research Foundation, Kan Edwin C, Minch Bradley A, STEFFEY Charles E, May 13, 2004: WO/2004/040291 (91 worldwide citation)

A field effect transistor has a floating gate with an extended portion. A selectively chemoreceptive finger or layer is electrostatically coupled to the extended portion of the floating gate, and induces a voltage on the gate in response to selected chemicals or other conditions affecting the finger ...


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De Juan Jr Eugene, Boyd Stephen, Reich Cary, Rapacki Alan, Gifford Hanson S, Deem Mark: Nasolacrimal drainage system implants for drug therapy. Qlt Plug Delivery, de Juan Jr Eugene, Boyd Stephen, Reich Cary, Rapacki Alan, Gifford Hanson S, Deem Mark, STEFFEY Charles E, October 11, 2007: WO/2007/115259 (89 worldwide citation)

Implant devices, systems and methods for insertion into a punctum of a patient optionally comprises a drug core and a sheath body disposed over the drug core. The drug core includes a therapeutic agent deliverable into the eye, and the sheath defines at least one exposed surface of the drug core. Th ...


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Rasmussen James M, Thomas Alfred: Transmissive lcd display system for gaming machine. Wms Gaming, Rasmussen James M, Thomas Alfred, STEFFEY Charles E, April 6, 2006: WO/2006/036948 (57 worldwide citation)

An embodiment of a gaming machine has a primary game display operable to display the outcome of a game, and a secondary display overlaying the primary game display. The secondary display may have a stand alone transmissive LCD display and at least one backlight assembly, the backlight assembly space ...


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Libbus Imad, Kenknight Bruce H, Moffitt Julia, Manicka Yatheendhar D: Combined remodeling control therapy and anti-remodeling therapy by implantable cardiac device. Cardiac Pacemakers, Libbus Imad, Kenknight Bruce H, Moffitt Julia, Manicka Yatheendhar D, STEFFEY Charles E, December 1, 2005: WO/2005/113066 (54 worldwide citation)

A device for delivering ventricular resynchronization pacing therapy in conjunction with electrical stimulation of nerves which alter the activity of the autonomic nervous system is disclosed. Such therapies may be delivered by an implantable device and are useful in preventing the deleterious ventr ...


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Libbus Imad, Heil Ronald W Jr, Scheiner Avram, Kelley Peter T: Lead for stimulating the baroreceptors in the pulmonary artery. Cardiac Pacemakers, Libbus Imad, Heil Ronald W Jr, Scheiner Avram, Kelley Peter T, STEFFEY Charles E, July 21, 2005: WO/2005/065771 (46 worldwide citation)

An apparatus includes a flexible lead body, an electrode coupled to the lead body, and an implantable pulse generator electrically coupled to the electrode. The implantable pulse generator is adapted to deliver a baroreflex stimulation signal to a baroreceptor in the pulmonary artery via the electro ...


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Foley John, Stolen Craig, Schwartz Mark: Optical depolarization of cardiac tissue. Cardiac Pacemakers, Foley John, Stolen Craig, Schwartz Mark, STEFFEY Charles E, February 26, 2009: WO/2009/025819 (44 worldwide citation)

The invention provides a cardiac rhythm management system for stimulating a heart having photosensitive tissue, vectors useful to photosensitize cells expressing the vectors, and methods for light induced depolarization of cells.


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Gagner Mark B, Joshi Shridhar P, Rasmussen James M, Schwartz Richard T, Spina Joseph L: Wager gaming network with wireless hotspots. Wms Gaming, Gagner Mark B, Joshi Shridhar P, Rasmussen James M, Schwartz Richard T, Spina Joseph L, STEFFEY Charles E, August 16, 2007: WO/2007/092542 (44 worldwide citation)

Embodiments of a wager gaming network that includes handheld wager gaming units and hotspots are described herein. In one embodiment, a method includes receiving, in a handheld wager gaming unit, a wager associated with a wagering game. The method can also include wirelessly connecting the handheld ...


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Hastings Roger N, Sadasiva Anupama, Pikus Michael J, Kveen Graig: Leadless cardiac stimulation systems. Boston Scientific, Hastings Roger N, Sadasiva Anupama, Pikus Michael J, Kveen Graig, STEFFEY Charles E, April 27, 2006: WO/2006/045075 (41 worldwide citation)

Various configurations of systems that employ leadless electrodes to provide pacing therapy are provided. In one example, a system that provides multiple sites for pacing of myocardium of a heart includes wireless pacing electrode assemblies that are implantable at sites proximate the myocardium usi ...


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Campbell David Alan, Winn David T, Betancort Juan Manuel, Hepperle Michael E: Hepatitis c serine protease inhibitors and uses therefor. Phenomix Corporation, Campbell David Alan, Winn David T, Betancort Juan Manuel, Hepperle Michael E, STEFFEY Charles E, February 8, 2007: WO/2007/016476 (40 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides novel compounds which mimic peptides with a C-terminal penultimate proline, such compounds being useful as protease inhibitors, particularly as inhibitors of serine proteases, and more particularly as inhibitors of the NS3 serine protease from hepatitis C. The compound ...


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Pryzby Eric M, Connelly Michael P: Ambient audio environment in a wagering game. Wms Gaming, Pryzby Eric M, Connelly Michael P, STEFFEY Charles E, December 1, 2005: WO/2005/114598 (40 worldwide citation)

A computerized wagering game system comprises a gaming module that includes a processor and gaming code which is operable when executed on the processor to conduct a reel slot machine wagering game on which monetary value can be wagered. An audio module is operable to play an environmental audio tra ...