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John R Griffin, Marc L DeChellis: Process for polymerizing monomers in fluidized beds. Exxon Chemical Patents, Jaimes Sher, July 25, 1995: US05436304 (409 worldwide citation)

The invention is directed toward polymerizing or copolymerizing alpha-olefins either alone or in combination with one or more other alpha-olefins in a gas phase reactor having a fluidized bed and a fluidizing medium such that the fluidizing medium entering the reactor comprises a gas and a liquid ph ...


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Michael D Ellis, Stephen M Dunn, Michael W Fellinger, Fancy B Younglove, David M James, David L Clifton, Richard S Land: Method and system for recognition of broadcast segments. The Arbitron Company, Eugene L Flanagan III, Curtis Morris & Safford, July 25, 1995: US05436653 (371 worldwide citation)

Broadcast segment recognition systems and methods are provided in which a signature representing a monitored broadcast segment is compared with broadcast segment signatures in a data base representing known broadcast segments to determine whether a match exists. Criteria for determining the validity ...


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Thomas J Campana Jr, Michael P Ponschke, Gary F Thelen: Electronic mail system with RF communications to mobile processors and method of operation thereof. Antonelli Terry Stout & Kraus, July 25, 1995: US05436960 (365 worldwide citation)

A system for transmitting originated information from one of a plurality of originating processors in an electronic mail system to at least one of a plurality of destination processors in the electronic mail system in accordance with the invention includes a RF information transmission network for t ...


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Wayne M Barnes: Thermostable DNA polymerase with enhanced thermostability and enhanced length and efficiency of primer extension. Senniger Powers Leavitt and Roedel, July 25, 1995: US05436149 (286 worldwide citation)

A DNA polymerase having an amino acid sequence comprising substantially the same amino acid sequence as that of Thermus aquaticus or Thermus flavus DNA polymerase, excluding the N-terminal 280 amino acid residues of Thermus aquaticus DNA polymerase or the N-terminal 279 amino acid residues of Thermu ...


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Stuart D Edwards, Hugh R Sharkey, Ingemar H Lundquist, Ronald G Lax, James A Baker Jr: Medical probe device with optical viewing capability. Vidamed, Flehr Hohbach Test Albritton & Herbert, July 25, 1995: US05435805 (285 worldwide citation)

A medical probe device comprising a catheter having a stylet guide housing with at least one stylet port in a side thereof and stylet guide means for directing a flexible stylet outward through at least one stylet port and through intervening tissue to targeted tissues. The stylet guide housing has ...


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Jan Bergstrom, Stefan Lofaas, Bo Johnsson: Matrix coating for sensing surfaces capable of selective biomolecular interactions, to be used in biosensor systems. Pharmacia Biosensor, Birch Stewart Kolasch & Birch, July 25, 1995: US05436161 (270 worldwide citation)

A matrix coating suitable for use in a biosensor is provided. This matrix coating comprises a hydrogel bound to a surface and via which a desired ligand can be bound. This hydrogel is activated to contain charged groups for bringing about the concentration of biomolecules carrying an opposite charge ...


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Barry P Mandel: Printer mailbox system signaling overdue removals of print jobs from mailbox bins. Xerox Corporation, July 25, 1995: US05435544 (236 worldwide citation)

An electronic printer and multibin mailbox system for an electronically networked system of plural users of an electronic printer, in which printer mailbox system the individual users print jobs of printed sheets printed by the printer are automatically variably directed into particular electronical ...


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Jose Gutman, Gregg E Rasor: Motorola, James A Lamb, July 25, 1995: US05436622 (228 worldwide citation)

A portable vibratory alerting device (20) is part of a resonant system (20, 30) and has a resonant vibrator (60) for both generating a vibrational alert and sensing the resonant frequency of the resonant system. The vibrator (60) is driven by a variable frequency driver (76, 78), and thereafter the ...


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Robert G Lamb, Andrew M Economos, Elliot F Mazer: Method and apparatus for recognizing broadcast information using multi-frequency magnitude detection. July 25, 1995: US05437050 (228 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for recognizing broadcast information, the method including the steps of receiving a set of broadcast information; converting the set of broadcast information into a frequency representation of the set of broadcast information; dividing the frequency representation into a pred ...


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Michael L Connell: Method for running downhole tools and devices with coiled tubing. Halliburton Company, Stephen R Christian, July 25, 1995: US05435395 (226 worldwide citation)

Method of conveying a downhole tool by a coiled tubing unit into a wellbore having a wellhead, and in which the downhole tool is to be communicatively linked to surface equipment by way of an electrical and/or optical cable. The method includes providing a coiled tubing unit, providing a downhole to ...