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Werner Tabarelli, Ernst W Lobach: Photolithographic method for the manufacture of integrated circuits. Karl F Ross, August 24, 1982: US04346164 (1003 worldwide citation)

In a photolithographic method for the manufacture of integrated circuits a mask having a pattern is imaged on a photosensitive layer coating a semiconductor substrate by a projection lens. To improve the resolving capability and to obviate adverse effects, e.g. standing waves and inhomogeneous expos ...


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Thomas E Musmanno: Securities brokerage-cash management system. Merrill Lynch Pierce Fenner & Smith Incorporated, J Gibson Semmes, Joseph Shortill, August 24, 1982: US04346442 (534 worldwide citation)

Data processing for an improved securities brokerage/cash management system supervises, implements and coordinates a margin securities brokerage account; participation in one or more short term money market or comparable funds; and subscriber-initiated use of electronically responsive subscriber ide ...


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Mamoru Fukuda: Continuous suturing device. Gunn Lee & Jackson, August 24, 1982: US04345601 (320 worldwide citation)

An improved suturing apparatus for continuous suturing of incised or ruptured tissues is disclosed, the preferred form including a curved or arcuate suturing needle and an appendage at the nonpointed end protruding from the needle in a direction opposite the needle tip. A slotted, arcuate sleeve wit ...


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Jonathan J Rosen: Stent for mitral/tricuspid heart valve. Vascor, Wayne R Eberhardt, August 24, 1982: US04345340 (298 worldwide citation)

A plastic stent for a prosthetic trileaflet heart valve consisting of a cylindrical body section terminating at one end in three apical, commissure posts, and at the other end, in an outward-extending flange. The flange is provided with an interrupted channel encircling the base of the cylindrical s ...


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Akira Terahara, Minoru Tanaka: ML-236B Derivatives and their preparation. Sankyo Company, Frishauf Holtz Goodman & Woodward, August 24, 1982: US04346227 (269 worldwide citation)

Compounds of formula (I): ##STR1## (wherein R represents a group of formula ##STR2## and the corresponding ring-closed lactones, salts (especially alkali metal salts) and esters (especially C.sub.1 -C.sub.5 alkyl esters) thereof may be prepared by subjecting ML-236B, or ML-236B carboxylic acid or a ...


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Philip O Littleford: Split sleeve introducers for pacemaker electrodes and the like. Duckworth Allen Dyer & Pettis, August 24, 1982: US04345606 (224 worldwide citation)

An apparatus and related method for implanting pacemaker electrodes and similar devices within a patient include an introducer with a tapered end adapted to extend into the patient's body, and a hollow, tubular sleeve having a first portion with an inner dimension greater than the outer dimension of ...


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Kenneth J Widder, Andrew E Senyei: Method of delivering a therapeutic agent to a target capillary bed. Northwestern University, August 24, 1982: US04345588 (194 worldwide citation)

Intravascularly-administrable, magnetically-localizable biodegradable microspheres containing a therapeutic agent, such as an oncolytic agent, are prepared and administered so that they can be permanently localized in a target capillary bed for release of the therapeutic agent therein. The effects o ...


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Frederick H Raab: Remote object position and orientation locator. The Austin Company, Price Heneveld Huizenga & Cooper, August 24, 1982: US04346384 (152 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for determining the position and orientation of a remote object relative to a reference coordinate frame is disclosed. A plurality of radiating means having orthogonal components are centered about the origin of the reference coordinate frame. Means are provided for applying to the radiati ...


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Edward J Griffith: Asbestiform crystalline calcium sodium or lithium phosphate, preparation and compositions. Monsanto Company, W H Duffey, R C Griesbauer, August 24, 1982: US04346028 (146 worldwide citation)

Asbestiform crystalline calcium M phosphate, where M is sodium or lithium, having a length to average diameter ratio of at least 5:1, can be prepared by forming a melt of a source of oxygen, calcium, phosphorus and M having a mole ratio of about 15 percent to about 30 percent M.sub.2 O, about 48 per ...


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Donald Spector: Aroma-generating lamp structure. Michael Ebert, August 24, 1982: US04346059 (140 worldwide citation)

An aroma-generating lamp structure including an electric bulb mounted on a base and enclosed by a shell which is at least partially translucent, whereby the shell functions as a light shade, the shell being spring-mounted on the base and therefore being depressible. Socketed on the base is a bottle ...