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Eric First, M.D.
L Bruce Pearce, Eric R First: Compositions and methods for chemodenervation using neurotoxins. Thomas J Engellenner, Nutter McClennen & Fish, July 11, 2000: US06087327 (34 worldwide citation)

The compositions and methods disclosed herein utilize admixtures of neurotoxins to cause denervation which is unexpectedly more localized and of longer duration than otherwise occurs with single neurotoxins. The compositions and methods of the invention utilize neurotoxin admixtures calibrated in me ...


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William F Schreiber: Color reproduction system. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Arthur A Smith Jr, Thomas J Engellenner, February 19, 1985: US04500919 (345 worldwide citation)

A system for reproducing a color original in a medium using a selected multiplicity of reproduction colorants, comprising: a scanner for producing from said color original a train of appearance signals dependent on at least three color values of said original; aesthetic correction circuitry for intr ...


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Glen William Auty, Peter Ian Corke, Paul Alexander Dunn, Ian Barry MacIntyre, Dennis Charles Mills, Benjamin Francis Simons, Murray John Jensen, Rodney Lavis Knight, David Stuart Pierce, Ponnampalam Balakumar: Vehicle monitoring system. Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation, Telstra Corporation, Thomas J Engellenner, Anthony A Lahive & Cockfield Laurentano, September 15, 1998: US05809161 (326 worldwide citation)

An object monitoring system includes a camera node (2) for monitoring movement of an object (18) to determine an acquisition time when an image of the object (18) is to be acquired and acquiring the image at the predetermined time. The system includes a camera (6) which is able to monitor moving obj ...


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Matthew J Schurman, Walter J Shakespeare: Method and apparatus for monitoring glucose levels in a biological tissue. GlucoLight Corporation, Thomas J Engellenner, Charlton Shen, Nutter McClennen & Fish, August 7, 2007: US07254429 (325 worldwide citation)

In accordance with the invention, a low coherence interferometer is used to non-invasively monitor the concentration of glucose in blood by shining a light over a surface area of human or animal tissue, continuously scanning the light over a two dimensional area of the surface, collecting the reflec ...


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Patrick Aebischer, Shelley R Winn, Pierre M Galletti: In vivo delivery of neurotransmitters by implanted, encapsulated cells. Brown University Research Foundation, Thomas J Engellenner, Ann Louise Kerner, January 9, 1990: US04892538 (315 worldwide citation)

Methods and devices are disclosed for the delivery of a neurotransmitter from an implanted, neurotransmitter-secreting cell culture to a target region in a subject. The cell culture is maintained within a biocompatible, semipermeable membrane which permits the diffusion of the neurotransmitter there ...


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Peter J Klopotek: Method and apparatus for generating localized hyperthermia. Summit Technology, Thomas J Engellenner, July 27, 1993: US05230334 (275 worldwide citation)

Ultrasound generating methods and apparatus are disclosed for producing controlled, localized hyperthermia in a selected heating zone of human tissue, utilizing at least one ultrasound transducer, preferably driven by sinusoidal excitation signals in a continuous wave or quasi-continuous wave mode t ...


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Richard H Clarke: Inhibition of restenosis by ultraviolet radiation. Boston Advanced Technologies, Thomas J Engellenner, October 1, 1991: US05053033 (265 worldwide citation)

Restenosis following angioplasty can be inhibited by reducing the proliferation of smooth muscle cells in the blood vessel walls at an angioplasty site, and such reduction in cell proliferation can be accomplished by irradiating the angioplasty site with radiation in the ultraviolet (UV) wavelength ...


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Robert F Valentini: Negatively charged polymeric electret implant. Brown University Research Foundation, Thomas J Engellenner, Scott D Lahive & Cockfield Rothenberger, June 2, 1998: US05759205 (254 worldwide citation)

A biocompatible implant having improved host tissue ingrowth capability and enhanced blood compatibility comprises at least one tissue-contacting surface of an electrically charged material. The electrically charged material can be further chemically modified with covalently bonded activator molecul ...


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Joseph D Kidder, Michael B Mahler, Edward L Perreault, Margaret Stearns, Jim Hurley: Signatures for facilitating hot upgrades of modular software components. CIENA Corporation, Thomas J Engellenner, Reza Mollaaghababa, Nutter McClennen & Fish, April 12, 2005: US06880086 (244 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a method and apparatus for facilitating hot upgrades of software components within a telecommunications network device through the use of “signatures” generated by a signature generating program. After installation of a new software release within the network device, o ...


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Richard H Clarke, Jeffrey M Isner, David F Muller: Laser angioplasty. Summit Technology, Thomas J Engellenner, September 5, 1989: US04862886 (222 worldwide citation)

A laser therapy system having improved effectiveness in surgical use, particularly in laser angioplasty, can be formed by employing a pulsed source of radiation. The pulsed energy source is preferably an excimer laser having a coherent beam of ultraviolet radiation and preferably is employed in conj ...



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