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Gary B Brazier: Sheath applicator. Bard, Dennison Meserole Pollack & Scheiner, June 20, 1989: US04840187 (542 worldwide citation)

A sheath applicator assembly includes a tubular applicator casing, and a netting liner casing located in the applicator casing and secured to a closed end of the casing. A penile sheath is located inside the liner casing. The open end region of the casing is folded back over the casing, and the open ...


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Hugh A O Hill, Susan I Libor: Electrochemical assay for nucleic acids and nucleic acid probes. Medisense, June 20, 1989: US04840893 (444 worldwide citation)

The present invention discloses an assay for nucleic acid which comprises the steps of;


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Masahiko Kajitani, Kiyoshi Takeda, Koji Isono, Masumi Hirose, Kouji Matsubara, Etsuji Shuda: Program recording scheduling apparatus using an optical reader. Matsushita Electric Industrial, Stevens Davis Miller & Mosher, June 20, 1989: US04841132 (225 worldwide citation)

The desired program information are read by an optical bar code reading section from a program medium containing program information for automatic broadcast program recording, such as, channels, dates, start times and end times in bar code form. After the program information thus read have been temp ...


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William J Rose: Talking doll responsive to external signal. Coleco, June 20, 1989: US04840602 (202 worldwide citation)

A doll cooperates with a remote signal source which provides a narration with which the doll interacts, and it has a vocabulary stored in digital data in a memory which may be accessed to cause a speech synthesizer in the doll to simulate speech. The doll has a radio frequency receiver which receive ...


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Shahryar Ghandeharizadeh: Optical fiber splice organizer. American Telephone and Telegraph Company AT&T Bell Laboratories, Jack S Cubert, June 20, 1989: US04840449 (179 worldwide citation)

An optical fiber organizer and splicing arrangement permits storage of variable lengths of surplus fiber. The organizer has a pair of separated cylinders extending from a first rectangular section of a base plate and a splice tray having opposite entrance sides for optical fiber in a second rectangu ...


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Kazuya Yonezu, Keiji Matsumoto: Control processor for controlling a peripheral unit. NEC Corporation, Sughrue Mion Zinn Macpeak and Seas, June 20, 1989: US04841440 (173 worldwide citation)

A peripheral control processor for controlling data communication between a host processor and a peripheral unit in response to command signals applied to the host processor. The peripheral control processor has an idle time or a standby condition when data communication is not required. When the pe ...


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Jon C Wilson, David A Shick, Robert L Haynie, Donald R Wilder, Larry D Zimmerman, Richard M LeCour, D James Guzy: Data communications system. Majestic Parsons Siebert & Hsue, June 20, 1989: US04841526 (168 worldwide citation)

A data communications system employing sliding window protocol where the size of the window of the sending or receiving station can be made selectable by the user according to the speed, length or error rate of the communication link or the frame size used to maximize the utilization of the communic ...


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Gholam A Peyman: Method for modifying corneal curvature. Roylance Abrams Berdo & Goodman, June 20, 1989: US04840175 (147 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for modifying the curvature of a live cornea via use of an excimer laser. The live cornea has a thin layer removed therefrom leaving an exposed internal surface thereon. Then, either the surface or thin layer is exposed to the laser beam along a predetermined pattern to ablate ...


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Shunichi Nakajima, Koji Izawa: Image-resolution conversion apparatus for converting a pixel-density of image data. Kabushiki Kaisha Toshiba, Cushman Darby & Cushman, June 20, 1989: US04841375 (139 worldwide citation)

Image data having a predetermined pixel density, and output from a personal computer, is supplied to an image-resolution conversion apparatus connected to a printer having a pixel density different from the above predetermined pixel density. In the image resolution conversion apparatus, the pixel de ...


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Garry L Caputo, Thomas A Saldarelli, William E Dwan: Re-sealable label flap. Nice Pak Products, Darby & Darby, June 20, 1989: US04840270 (133 worldwide citation)

A method for producing a label stopping area on a semirigid or flexible package having a package portion with an opening and a label flap which covers the opening. The label stopping area is such that the label flap can be lifted away from the package opening but not completely removed from the pack ...