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Anghileri Gianmario: Paper backing-pan for cooking cakes and process for producing same.. Novacart, September 9, 1992: EP0502286-A1 (19 worldwide citation)

A paper baking-pan for cooking cakes has a pleated containing portion (3) provided with an upper rim (7) folded to the outside and defining a loop (12a) within which a string (12) pulled along the whole perimetrical extension of the upper rim is housed. According to the process for producing the bak ...


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Garland Robert Bruce, Miyano Masateru, Zablocki Jeffery Alan: Phenyl amidines derivatives useful as platelet aggregation inhibitors.. Searle & Co, September 9, 1992: EP0502536-A1 (18 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to phenyl amidines derivatives having the following formula or a pharmaceutically acceptable salt which are useful in the inhibition of platelet aggregation. This invention also relates to pharmaceutical compositions of such phenyl amidines derivatives.


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Duvick Jonathan, Rood Tracy: Natural and synthetic proteins with inhibitory activity towards pathogenic microorganisms.. Pioneer Hi Bred Int, September 9, 1992: EP0502718-A1 (18 worldwide citation)

A selected group of proteins has been found to have antimicrobial properties. In a preferred embodiment, plant resistance to diseases caused by plant pathogens which are susceptible to these proteins is produced by inserting into the cells of a plant a gene whose expression causes production a selec ...


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Yamaguchi Kotaro, Nishimoto Tsugio, Ebihara Yoshitaka, Matsunami Hidenobu, Fujita Shohei, Kakurai Aki: Chocolate and chocolate-utilizing food.. Fuji Oil, September 9, 1992: EP0502697-A1 (18 worldwide citation)

A chocolate containing as its oil ingredients 10-85 wt% of di-saturated mono-unsaturated glycerides (S2U) and 15-90 wt% of di-unsaturated mono-saturated glycerides (SU2) plus tri-unsaturated glycerides (U3), at least 35 wt% of the di-saturated mono-unsaturated glycerides (S2U) includes 35 wt% being ...


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Lamy Marc, Caspar Jean Philippe: Spectacle frames of synthetic resin and method of manufacture.. Lamy, September 9, 1992: EP0502796-A1 (18 worldwide citation)

Spectacle frame element (50) made of fibre-reinforced synthetic resin comprising only a single peripheral tubular braid (10) woven from yarns (12) composed of a plurality of long parallel carbon monofilaments modelled on taffeta with an angle lying between 15 and 45 degrees with respect to the longi ...


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Sevault Bernard, Blais Jean Rene: Steering column tube and frame for automotive vehicle.. Nacam, September 9, 1992: EP0502761-A1 (18 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a steering column tube-body (1) for a motor vehicle, which is made from a single metal sheet, in which there are arranged two front fastening lugs (5) with the two rear fastening lugs (6) and a tube (4) made from a blank cutout (19) of this metal sheet. The elements ...


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Allen Gary Robert, Davenport John Martin, Allison Joseph Michael, Hansler Richard Lowell, King Kenneth Steven: Discharge lamp and method of operation.. Gen Electric, September 9, 1992: EP0502273-A2 (18 worldwide citation)

Miniature high pressure arc lamps containing a substantial pressure of xenon, in addition to metal halide and mercury, can provide instant light at turn-on and are suitable for automotive headlamps. The xenon aggravates convection which causes arc-bowing and overheating of the envelope above the arc ...


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Harper Brian: Pipe couplings. Victaulic, September 9, 1992: GB2253452-A (18 worldwide citation)

The invention provides a pipe coupling 1 comprising an annular sleeve 2 arranged in use at a free end thereof to overlie an end of a plain ended pipe 6, 7 to be connected by the coupling 1; an annular elastomeric sealing gasket 22 disposed within and adjacent the free end of the sleeve member 3, 4 a ...


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Ward Ian Macmillan, Hine Peter John, Norris Keith: Polymeric materials. British Tech Group, September 9, 1992: GB2253420-A (17 worldwide citation)

Polymeric monoliths having high stiffness and strength can be produced by heating an assembly of polymer fibres under a contact pressure to a temperature at which a proportion of the fibre is selectively melted and then compressing the assembly at a higher pressure. Preferably at least 5% of the pol ...



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