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Wollmann Ernest, Zartl Josef: Buffer-treated rubber article for contact with skin. Semperit Osterreichisch Amerikanesche Gummiwerke Aktiengesellschaft, Stern Marvin R, February 19, 1974: US3793059 (4 worldwide citation)

A Rubber article manufactured according to the latex dipping method, in which the surface to come into contact with the human body is treated and prepared respectively with a buffer substance tolerated by the skin, selected from the group consisting of esters of oxy-benzoic acid, in order to neutral ...


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Meryman Harold T, Hornblower Marne, Syring Ralph: Prolonged storage of red blood cells. American National Red Cross, STERN Marvin R, February 13, 1986: WO/1986/000809 (2 worldwide citation)

A hypotonic suspension medium and a method for prolonged storage of red blood cells at about 4?o¿C. The suspension medium comprises about 80-150 mM glucose, 30-80 mM mannitol, 6-90 mM potassium citrate, 1-5 mM adenine and 10-200 mM ammonium chloride or acetate in an aqueous solution having a pH of a ...


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Berger Richard M: Polyvinyl alcohol tobacco smoke filters and products using such filters, and methods and apparatus for making same. Filtrona International, Berger Richard M, STERN Marvin R, November 12, 1998: WO/1998/049912 (1 worldwide citation)

A porous element (20) particularly for use as a tobacco smoke filter plug in association with a cigarette (16) or the like wherein the matrix comprises a multiplicity of biodegradable polyvinyl alcohol fibers bonded together at their points of contact to define a tortuous interstitial path for the p ...


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Rich Christopher T, Harman Larry L, Anderson David L, Gehret Michael J: Cpu-controlled, rearming, high voltage output for electronic animal trap. Woodstream Corporation, Rich Christopher T, Harman Larry L, Anderson David L, Gehret Michael J, STERN Marvin R, November 18, 2004: WO/2004/098280 (1 worldwide citation)

An electronic animal trap(120) with a CPU-controlled, rearming, high voltage output circuit(186) for trapping and exterminating pests. The high-voltage out put circuit is connected to a pair of killing plates (102,104) which are activated with a high-voltage pulse train for a period of time constitu ...


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Berger Richard M: Method and apparatus for spinning a web of mixed fibers, and products produced therefrom. Filtrona Richmond, Berger Richard M, STERN Marvin R, August 24, 2000: WO/2000/048478

A fiber spinning apparatus and process for making a web of fibers including a homogeneous mixture of fibers of different characteristics. A preferred die assembly includes a mounting block (100), a right-hand nozzle (200), a distribution plate system including a secondary distribution plate (300), a ...


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Berger Richard M: Heat and moisture exchanger comprising hydrophilic nylon and methods of using same. Filtrona Richmond, Berger Richard M, STERN Marvin R, August 24, 2000: WO/2000/048682

This invention is a heat, and moisture exchanger (960) including a gas permeable element (962) made of a fibrous media which traps the heat, the moisture from a patient's exhalant; which imparts heat, moisture to inspiratory gases as the patient inhales, conserving the patient's pulmonary heart and ...


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Berger Richard M: Bicomponent fibers and tobacco filters formed therefrom. American Filtrona Corporation, STERN Marvin R, June 22, 1995: WO/1995/016369

Sheath-core bicomponent fibers(10) comprising a core (14) of a low-cost, high strength, thermoplastic material, preferably, polypropylene, completely covered with a sheath (12) formed preferably of plasticized cellulose acetate, ethylene-vinyl acetate copolymer, polyvinyl alcohol or ethylene-vinyl a ...


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Mattox Robert M: Geocell with facing panel. The Tensar Corporation, Mattox Robert M, STERN Marvin R, October 28, 1993: WO/1993/021394

A facing panel is added to a surface of a geocell (10), on an outboard face of the cell, exposed to free water forces. The facing panel (22, 24) is filled with either stone, concrete, wooden boards, plastic sheets or steel sheets. In concrete usage, synthetic drainage is introduced to prevent the bu ...


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Fast Jacob: Sign holder. Fast, Fast Jacob, STERN Marvin R, April 8, 2004: WO/2004/029916

A sign holder for attachment to a merchandise display shelf including a sign-receiving element and a mounting element in the form of an inverted, J-shaped, member with an elongated mounting panel and a short reverted portion at its upper end. The mounting panel may be engaged in the pocket of a labe ...


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Fast Jacob, Lowry Michael, Cigoi Edward J, Mckallagat Paul: Label holder for moist environments. Fast, Fast Jacob, Lowry Michael, Cigoi Edward J, Mckallagat Paul, STERN Marvin R, July 22, 2004: WO/2004/061803

A label holder for use in a moist environment including a body panel connected at its lower edge by a resilient hinge to a transparent cover member to form an openable pocket for labels therebetween. The body panel is secured to a supporting surface by adhesive or may include an attachment panel con ...