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Roger N Piasio, James W Ryan, James E Woiszwillo: Reverse sandwich immunoassay. Corning Glass Works, William E Maycock, Clinton S Janes Jr, Clarence R Patty Jr, July 4, 1978: US04098876 (355 worldwide citation)

Method of determining the presence and/or concentration of a polyvalent antigenic substance in a fluid. The method comprises the steps of incubating the fluid with labeled antibodies to the substance to form a first labeled immunochemical complex and then incubating that complex with immobilized ant ...


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Thomas D Ehlert: High efficiency ultrasonic rotary horn. Kimberly Clark Corporation, William E Maycock, May 5, 1992: US05110403 (174 worldwide citation)

An ultrasonic rotary horn intended to be excited at a frequency of from about 18 to about 60 kHz, which horn is a shaped, solid metal object having a rotational axis and a radial surface terminated by a first end and a second end. The horn is radially symmetrical. The thickness of the horn at the ro ...


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Joseph G Neuwirth, Thomas D Ehlert, Norman R Stegelmann: Ultrasonic rotary horn. Kimberly Clark Corporation, William E Maycock, March 17, 1992: US05096532 (153 worldwide citation)

An ultrasonic rotary horn intended to be excited at a frequency of from about 18 to about 60 kHz, which horn is a shaped, solid metal object having a rotational axis and a radial surface terminated by a first end and a second end. The diameter of the horn can vary from about 4 cm to about 19 cm. The ...


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Cheryl A Perkins, David C Potts, Michael D Powers: Three-layer nonwoven laminiferous structure. Kimberly Clark Corporation, William E Maycock, January 12, 1993: US05178931 (139 worldwide citation)

A nonwoven laminiferous structure is provided which has three melt-extruded nonwoven layers, each of which includes at least a portion of a nonwoven web. The first nonwoven web is adjacent to one surface of the second nonwoven web and the third nonwoven web is adjacent to the other surface of the se ...


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Francis J Kronzer: Printable material. Kimberly Clark Corporation, William E Maycock, March 26, 1996: US05501902 (115 worldwide citation)

A portable material having first and second surfaces, which printable material includes a first layer defining the first surface and a second layer defining the second surface. The second layer includes particles of a thermoplastic polymer having largest dimensions of less than about 50 micrometers ...


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Dennis Everhart, Elizabeth A Deibler, Julie R Taylor: Disposable absorbent product incorporating chemically reactive substance. Kimberly Clark Corporation, William E Maycock, November 21, 1995: US05468236 (105 worldwide citation)

A disposable absorbent product which includes a chemically reactive means having an end point adapted to provide a visual indication of the presence of a substance in mammalian bodily excrement, wherein the chemically reactive means is adapted to: (A) to provide the visual indication as a result of ...


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Albert A Luderer, Gerald Odstrchel, Anthony R Zine Jr: Means for separating lymphocytes and monocytes from anticoagulated blood. Corning Glass Works, William E Maycock, Clinton S Janes Jr, February 26, 1980: US04190535 (84 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to a method for isolating platelets, lymphocytes, and monocytes from anticoagulated blood. The method involves centrifuging at high force a sample of uncoagulated blood with a water-insoluble thixotropic gel-like material having a specific gravity between 1.065-1.077 g/cc for ...


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Ralph V Braun, Lance Garrett, Robert J Phelan, Richard S Yeo: Breathable, multilayered, clothlike barrier. Kimberly Clark Corporation, William E Maycock, May 9, 1989: US04828556 (82 worldwide citation)

A breathable, multilayer, clothlike barrier especially suitable for use as an outer cover or baffle in such disposable absorbent articles as diapers, sanitary napkins, and incontinent pads, which barrier has at least three layers: