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Glenn B Slagle: Magnetic induction mine arming, disarming and simulation system. Werten F W Bellamy, Anthony T Lane, July 2, 1991: US05027709 (182 worldwide citation)

A system for powering and communicating with a mine or mine simulator, involving magnetic induction coupling between a powered search unit with a resonating primary inductance coil and a secondary inductance loop in the mine device. The current in the secondary loop is rectified in the mine device t ...


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Craig I Fields: Virtual space teleconference system. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Army, William C Gapcynski, Arthur I Spechler, Werten F W Bellamy, August 23, 1983: US04400724 (155 worldwide citation)

A teleconference system for N conferees, N being greater than two, includes at least two separate stations. Each station has N conferee positions, confronting a virtual conference space, and corresponding conferee positions at each station have the same relative locations about the virtual conferenc ...


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Vermon S Esplin: Tendon repair clip implant. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Army, Werten F W Bellamy, June 29, 1999: US05916224 (126 worldwide citation)

A tendon repair clip implant system for placement on the dorsal side of a cerated or torn tendon to allow active range of motion post tendon repair, comprises: first and second clips. Each clip comprises:


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Anthony S Ruocco, Ophir Frieder: Parallel document clustering process. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Army, Werten F W Bellamy, January 26, 1999: US05864855 (125 worldwide citation)

A computer information processing system utilizes parallel processors for organizing and clustering a large number of documents into a large number of clusters for information analysis and retrieval. After the documents are translated into electronic digital documents, each document is converted int ...


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Lawrence E Larsen, John H Jacobi: Microwave time delay spectroscopic methods and apparatus for remote interrogation of biological targets. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Army, William G Gapcynski, Werten F W Bellamy, January 16, 1979: US04135131 (110 worldwide citation)

Remote interrogation of biological targets is accomplished in accordance h the present invention by method and apparatus wherein a microwave signal is generated which varies in frequency from a first frequency to a second frequency in a predetermined time period. The signal is divided into two signa ...


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John P Schmitz: Polyactic-polyglycolic acid copolymer combined with decalcified freeze-dried bone for use as a bone repair material. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Army, John H Raubitschek, Arthur I Spechler, Werten F W Bellamy, January 20, 1987: US04637931 (110 worldwide citation)

A novel bone repair material consisting essential of decalcified freeze-dd bone and biodegradable, biocompatible copolymer has been developed for improving and accelerating the healing of osseous tissue. The bone repair material was prepared by combining decalcified bone with a copolymer consisting ...


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Edgar A Steck, Carl R Alving: Liposome carriers in chemotherapy of leishmaniasis. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Army, William C Gapcynski, Werten F W Bellamy, Sherman D Winters, January 29, 1980: US04186183 (94 worldwide citation)

An improved method is provided for the chemotherapy of leishmanial infections. The anti-leishmanial agent is encapsulated within liposomes and the liposome-encapsulated drug is injected into the body. Subject use of a liposome carrier has produced marked enhancement of the effectiveness and duration ...


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Carl C Peck: Dermal substance collection device. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Army, John H Raubitschek, Arthur I Spechler, Werten F W Bellamy, November 17, 1987: US04706676 (66 worldwide citation)

A dermal substance collection device (DSCD) is described which provides means for the non-invasive, instantaneous and continuous monitoring of chemical substances which are present in a detectable amount in either or both interstitial fluid or sweat or which are on or in the skin. The transdermal su ...


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Arthur D Mason Jr, Avery A Johnson Jr, Harrel L Walker, Eleanor G Bowler, Charles R Ritchey: Protective gel composition for wounds. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Army, William G Gapcynski, Werten F W Bellamy, John M Petruncio, July 12, 1983: US04393048 (66 worldwide citation)

Water soluble hydrogels of alkali metal alginate and glycerine have been found to be excellent wound dressings. The gels dry to an adherent, non-toxic pliable protective film which can be removed by water-washing when desired. The gels are also compatible with medicaments and hence can serve as vehi ...