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Higuchi Naoki, Saitoh Masayuki, Shibata Hiroshi: Proteinase inhibitor.. Suntory, October 24, 1990: EP0393457-A1 (170 worldwide citation)

A proteinase inhibitory compound represented by the following general formula (1): wherein R1 represents a straight-chain or branched acyl group having 2 to 10 carbon atoms, a branched-, cyclic- or polycyclic-alkyloxycarbonyl group having 4 to 15 carbon atoms, a substituted- or unsubstituted-benzylo ...


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Dunaway Thomas J, Poplett James M, Spielberger Richard K: Package to board variable pitch tab.. Honeywell, October 24, 1990: EP0393997-A2 (158 worldwide citation)

A variable pitch tab leadframe assembly (103) has a plurality of patterned conductive elements (107) for transmitting input and output signals to bonding locations on an electronic device. The leadframe assembly comprises conductive elements with a variable pitch to accommodate a plurality of standa ...


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Benz Guenter Dr, Bender Wolfgang Dr, Henning Rolf Dr, Paessens Arnold Dr: Use of peptide renin inhibitors as an agent against retrovirus.. Bayer, October 24, 1990: EP0393445-A2 (157 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to the use of known peptide renin inhibitors as antiviral agents in human and veterinary medicine.


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Hauptmann Rudolf Dr, Himmler Adolf Dr, Maurer Fogy Ingrid Dr, Stratowa Christian Dr: Tnf-receptor, tnf-binding protein and dna coding therefor.. Boehringer Ingelheim Int, October 24, 1990: EP0393438-A2 (123 worldwide citation)

DNA sequences coding for a TNF-binding protein and for the TNF receptor of which this protein represents the soluble domain. The DNA sequences can be used for the preparation of recombinant DNA molecules for the preparation of TNF-binding protein and TNF receptor. Recombinant TNF-binding protein is ...


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Herreros Xavier Merlin Gerin, Guintini Jean Pierre Merlin Ge, Buisson Jacques Merlin Gerin: Auxiliary switch with manual test for modular circuit breaker.. Merlin Gerin, October 24, 1990: EP0394144-A1 (85 worldwide citation)

A modular auxiliary switch (100) comprises a mechanism (18) for controlling at least one interruptor (16) with inverting contacts (32, 34, 36), and a manual test device (70) intended to check the operation of the elements inserted into the auxiliary electrical circuit, without change of state of the ...


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Goss Kenneth C: Cryptographic method and apparatus for public key exchange with authentication.. TRW, October 24, 1990: EP0393806-A2 (72 worldwide citation)

A technique for use in a public key exchange cryptographic system, in which two user devices establish a common session key by exchanging information over an insecure communication channel, and in which each user can authenticate the identity of the other, without the need for a key distribution cen ...


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Schoch Robert: Turn-lock fastener for sports shoe.. Weinmann & Co Kg, October 24, 1990: EP0393380-A1 (68 worldwide citation)

In this turn-lock fastener for a sports shoe according to the invention, a pull-cable arrangement, which pulls together the shoe- closing flaps, can be wound onto and unwound from a rotary cable pulley. The pull-cable arrangement consists in this connection of a single pull-cable, and a stop element ...


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Hennig Bruno Emanuel: Improved processing of information transmitted in the vertical retrace interval of a television signal.. Rca Licensing, October 24, 1990: EP0393555-A2 (58 worldwide citation)

Methods of and apparatus for processing television signals wherein the television signals include image-representative information and a plurality of segments of accompanying supplementary information including VPS program identification information and a teletext listing including program title inf ...


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Schultz Helen Jensen C O Riker: Formulation containing an imidazo[4,5-c]quinolin derivative.. Riker Laboratories, October 24, 1990: EP0394026-A1 (48 worldwide citation)

Pharmaceutical formulations for the parenteral administration of 1-isobutyl-1H-imidazo[4,5-c]quinolin-4-amine or 1-(2-hydroxy-2-methylpropyl)-1-H-imidazo[4,5-c] quinolin-4-amine are described.