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James Doherty
Dorn Conrad P, Finke Paul E, Maccoss Malcolm, Doherty James B, Shah Shrenik K, Hagmann William K: New substituted azetidinones as anti-inflammatory and antidegenerative agents.. Merck & Co, April 22, 1992: EP0481671-A1 (40 worldwide citation)

New substituted azetidinones of the general formula (A') which have been found to be potent elastase inhibitors and thereby useful anti-inflammatory and antidegenerative agents are described. e


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Miller Richard H, Bates Brian L, Hall Todd A, Osborne Thomas A: Medical device for localizing a lesion.. Cook, April 22, 1992: EP0481685-A1 (154 worldwide citation)

A medical device (10) for localizing a nonpalpable breast lesion (20). The device includes a tubular introducer needle (11) and a wire guide (14) positioned therein for inserting into a breast (25) to the site of the lesion. The wire guide includes a distal portion (16) which is preformed into a res ...


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Keen Michael John, Rapson Nicholas Timothy: Culture medium for cho-cells and adapted cho-cells.. Wellcome Found, April 22, 1992: EP0481791-A2 (137 worldwide citation)

A biochemically defined culture medium for culturing engineered Chinese hamster ovary (CHO) cell lines, which is essentially free from protein, lipid and carbohydrate isolated from an animal source, comprising water, an osmolality regulator, a buffer, an energy source, amino acids including L-glutam ...


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Chun Kil W, Theiler Richard F, Baumgarten Mark I, Gabriel Robert: Machine dishwashing detergent tablets.. Unilever, Unilever, April 22, 1992: EP0481547-A1 (109 worldwide citation)

A multilayer detergent tablet containing an outer layer, a barrier layer and an inner layer. The tablet releases sequentially ingredients contained in the outer layer and ingredients contained in the inner layer. The time interval between the release of the outer layer ingredients and the release of ...


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Starrett John Edward Jr, Mansuri Muzammil M, Martin John C, Tortolani David R, Bronson Joanne J: Prodrugs of phosphonates.. Squibb Bristol Myers Co, April 22, 1992: EP0481214-A1 (71 worldwide citation)

There are disclosed novel oral prodrugs of phosphonate nucleotide analogs which are hydrolyzable under physiological conditions to yield compounds which are useful as antiviral agents, especially as agents effective against RNA and DNA viruses. They may also find use as antitumor agents.


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Schnepp Pesch Wolfram, Lindenberg Josef: Device for expanding a stenosis in a body duct.. Angiomed, April 22, 1992: EP0481365-A1 (70 worldwide citation)

A device is proposed for expanding a stenosis in a body duct, such as an artery, the ureter, the bile duct or the like, which permits an unproblematic, reliable and permanent expansion of a stenosis and is characterised by a part made of a shape-memorising alloy with an outer contour in the form of ...


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Josephson Stanley M: Financial data processing system using payment coupons.. Remittance Technolgy, April 22, 1992: EP0481135-A1 (69 worldwide citation)

There are disclosed herein methods and systems for affecting the accounting functions of debiting and crediting a bank's account records, a payor's bank account records and a corporation's accounts receivable or balance forward records with their customer's payments, and are based on the ability of ...


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Lob Erwin, Merkle Hansjuergen, Hierweger Alexander, Killar Wolfgang, Kaule Wittich Dr: Data storage medium in form of card with several layers and method for the production.. Gao Ges Automation, April 22, 1992: EP0481388-A2 (57 worldwide citation)

In a multi-layer card-shaped data storage medium having a layer which appears black in the visible wavelength range but is transparent to test rays in the invisible wavelength range, markings masked by the layer appearing black are provided which are generated by means of a laser beam writer in or u ...


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Yamada Minoru, Ishiguro Seiko, Ogawa Yasuaki: Prolonged release preparation and polymers thereof.. Takeda Chemical Industries, April 22, 1992: EP0481732-A1 (51 worldwide citation)

1. A polymer for a prolonged release preparation which comprises (A) a polylactic acid and (B) a copolymer of glycolic acid and a hydroxycarboxylic acid of general formula wherein R stands for an alkyl group having 2 to 8 carbons, and wherein the weight ratio of (A) and (B) is in the range of 10/90 ...



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