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Terry Wherlock: Big game fish training and exercise device and method. Wagner & Middlebrook, August 2, 1994: US05334027 (219 worldwide citation)

A simulator that imitates the fighting action of a hooked fish such that it takes line at varying speeds and torques, or at a fixed speed or torque. The simulator can be used for training, exercising of the angler or testing of components of the tackle such as the rod, reel, rollers and line. Contro ...


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Masato Mitsuhashi, Allan J Cooper, Michael S Waterman, Pavel A Pevzner: Oligoprobe designstation: a computerized method for designing optimal DNA probes. Hitachi Chemical Research Center, Wagner & Middlebrook, September 17, 1996: US05556749 (186 worldwide citation)

There is disclosed herein an invention which relates to the fields of genetic engineering, microbiology, and computer science, that allows a user, whether they be a molecular biologist or a clinical diagnostician, to calculate and design extremely specific oligonucleotide probes for DNA and mRNA hyb ...


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Louis F Zember: Method for producing an ornamental concrete surface. Ultra Tex Surfaces, Wagner & Middlebrook, April 7, 1998: US05735094 (96 worldwide citation)

An ornamental coating and process for applying the coating to a substrate includes mixing a first batch of liquid mortar composed of sand, cement and an aqueous solution of acrylic resin, and trowelling or spraying a first layer of the liquid mortar onto the substrate and allowing the liquid mortar ...


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Dennis Hamm, David P Kimmich: Monitoring and alerting system for buildings. Pacific Bank Technology, Wagner Middlebrook & Kimbell, June 30, 1998: US05774052 (85 worldwide citation)

A system is disclosed for sensing selected conditions particularly for an unoccupied commercial business and taking the appropriate action. Corrective action may include shutting down a system, sending a signal to an occupied location for evaluation of the selected abnormal condition, making a recor ...


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Neal Semrad: Process and device for creating new tunnels in tissue. Wagner & Middlebrook, August 10, 1993: US05234438 (84 worldwide citation)

A process for tunneling in tissue to install catheters and the like includes insertion of a hollow needle through the skin and, exiting from the skin as limited by the length of the needle or the catheter to be installed. A suture is then fed through the needle after which pulling tip of diameter ap ...


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Stephen P Hines: Multi-image autostereoscopic imaging system. Wagner & Middlebrook, March 25, 1997: US05614941 (82 worldwide citation)

A system is disclosed for creating stereoscopic images from multiple sources from predetermined lateral directions for forming the multiple images onto a multiple image plane and converging the images into multiple superimposed images on a viewing screen. The viewing screen employs a Fresnel lens an ...


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Neal Semrad: Toggle catheter. Wagner & Middlebrook, January 22, 1991: US04986810 (81 worldwide citation)

An improved catheter comprising a tubular body of flexible material designed for medical use and insertion into a body cavity. The catheter includes at least one opening towards the distal end for the drainage of fluids or their introduction or for monitoring pressures from the body cavity and at le ...


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Harvey W Starr: Electronic keyboard instrument. Wagner & Middlebrook, September 17, 1996: US05557057 (77 worldwide citation)

An electronic musical instrument is designed in a generally guitar-shaped configuration with a fingerboard containing rows of keys replacing each string, one key for each string/fret position. Pressing on a key causes a signal to be provided to a central processing unit which continually scans the f ...


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Donald G Richardson, John G Cazort: Adjustable shock absorbers. Wagner & Middlebrook, September 25, 1990: US04958706 (72 worldwide citation)

An adjustable shock absorber includes a valve in the piston which has a flow path. The valve can be adjusted both rotationally and longitudinally to alter different characteristics of the flow path.


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Harvey Starr: Fingerboard for musical instrument. Wagner & Middlebrook, March 21, 1995: US05398585 (67 worldwide citation)

An electronic musical instrument is designed in a generally guitar-shaped configuration with a fingerboard containing rows of keys replacing each string, one key for each string/fret position. Pressing on a key causes a signal to be provided to a central processing unit which continually scans the f ...