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Wittwer Fritz, Tomka Ivan: Process for injection moulding starch.. Warner Lambert Co, September 12, 1984: EP0118240-A2 (109 worldwide citation)

Capsules and other shaped products formed from a moldable starch composition in an injection molding device is dislosed in the present invention. The composition comprising starch having a molecular mass range of 10,000 to 20,000,000 Dalton, and a water content range from 5 to 30% by weight. The sta ...


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Okada Kenji, Minowa Junichiro, Sato Kenichi: Method and device for separating position of fault in light transmission line.. Nippon Telegraph & Telephone, September 12, 1984: EP0117868-A1 (54 worldwide citation)

The presence or absence of a fault between the near end of a light transmission line (2) being tested and the far end of the light transmission line (2) is detected by identifying whether the light reflected along the light transmission line (2) is reflected by a position farther away than a filter ...


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Chu Tsann Ming, Papsidero Lawrence D: Health Research, September 12, 1984: EP0118365-A2 (49 worldwide citation)

Monoclonal antibodies to adenocarcinoma cells, and, in particular, breast carcinoma cells, are produced by a hybridoma formed by fusing mouse lymphocytes and mouse myeloma cells. The monoclonal antibodies are capable of shrinking solid tumors associated with human breast. The monoclonal antibodies, ...


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Hemingway Thomas Keith: Pulse transformer. British Aerospace, September 12, 1984: GB2136214-A (39 worldwide citation)

The amount of insulation needed in a high-voltage pulse transformer conflicts with the requirement to provide close coupling between the transformer windings in order to ensure sufficiently fast pulse rise times. A secondary winding is made up of a coiled length of wire 3 with an insulating sheath 4 ...


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Sears Barry D: Synthetic phospholipid compounds, their preparation and use.. Lipid Specialities, September 12, 1984: EP0118316-A2 (34 worldwide citation)

Synthetic phospholipid compounds which are phosphatidylethanolamine polycarboxyl polyalkylene glycols are prepared by the reaction of a phosphatidylethanolamine, a polycarboxylic acid compound, such as succinic or glutaryl anhydride, and a polyalkylene glycol, such as polyethylene glycol.


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Clark Leland C Jr: Improvements in and relating to a method of detecting a certain gas in an animal.. Childrens Hosp Medical Center, September 12, 1984: EP0118281-A2 (27 worldwide citation)

A method to detect indirectly at least one gas, particularly dissolved gases, of an animal employing nuclear magnetic resonance techniques (NMR). The method examines an NMR spectrum to determine chemical shift relaxation times or spin-spin couplings for an element of an animal influenced by at least ...


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