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Cary L Queen, Harold E Selick: Humanized immunoglobulins. Protein Design Labs, Townsend and Townsend and Crew, June 25, 1996: US05530101 (1270 worldwide citation)

Novel methods for producing, and compositions of, humanized immunoglobulins having one or more complementarity determining regions (CDR's) and possible additional amino acids from a donor immunoglobulin and a framework region from an accepting human immunoglobulin are provided. Each humanized immuno ...


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Carl F Meske Jr, Philip J Hooper, Mark R Opperman: Method for extracting profiles and topics from a first file written in a first markup language and generating files in different markup languages containing the profiles and topics for use in accessing data described by the profiles and topics. Sun Microsystems, Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman, June 25, 1996: US05530852 (759 worldwide citation)

A computer-implemented method and system for of retrieving information. A first file of information is received which includes a first markup language to identify contents of the information. Responsive to the receiving the first file of information, the first file of information is parsed to genera ...


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Anthony A Boiarski, Mark T Byrne, Warren P Williamson: Identification device for surgical instrument. Ethicon Endo Surgery, Susan M Schmidt, June 25, 1996: US05529235 (700 worldwide citation)

A device is provided for identifying certain characteristics of an end piece or end effector of a surgical instrument. A preferred embodiment provides a surgical stapling instrument having an electrical circuit contained on the stapling cartridge which is capable of indicating cartridge type and/or ...


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Douglas C Taylor: Multi-application data card. Datamark Services, Donald S Dowden, June 25, 1996: US05530232 (489 worldwide citation)

A multi-application data card is capable of substituting for a plurality of existing single-application data cards. The multi-application data card can be a smart card comprising a memory formed with at least three memory banks or storage areas for storing and updating data relating respectively to ...


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Mark J Stefik, Daniel G Bobrow, Stuart K Card, Michalene M Casey, Richard J Goldstein, Michael G Lamming, Jock D Mackinlay, Roy Want, George G Robertson, Mark D Weiser, Daniel M Russell: Interactive contents revealing storage device. Xerox Corporation, Richard B Domingo, June 25, 1996: US05530235 (479 worldwide citation)

A Document Card (DocuCard) for storing documents and which is content revealing. The DocuCard is a transportable unit having a nonvolatile storage means for storing information in a digital form, a control processor for processing user initiated functions; an I/O port for interfacing to external dev ...


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Mark L Larson, Niall R Lynam, Kenneth L Schierbeek: Display for automatic rearview mirror. Donnelly Corporation, Van Dyke Gardner Linn & Burkhart, June 25, 1996: US05530240 (381 worldwide citation)

A rearview mirror system for a vehicle having a reflective element with a reflective surface and a variable light transmission element includes an optical display device behind the reflective element in order to produce a visual display to the driver. A control is provided having a light sensor that ...


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Gordon W Braudaway, Karen A Magerlein, Frederick C Mintzer: Color correct digital watermarking of images. International Business Machines Corporation, Richard M Ludwin, June 25, 1996: US05530759 (359 worldwide citation)

A system for placing a visible "watermark" on a digital image is disclosed, wherein an image of the watermark is combined with the digital image. The pixels of the watermark image are examined, and for each pixel whose value is not a specified "transparent" value, the corresponding pixel of the orig ...


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William G Gillick, Clement C Lam: Roller mouse for implementing scrolling in windows applications. Mouse Systems Corporation, Schneck & McHugh, June 25, 1996: US05530455 (351 worldwide citation)

A computer mouse having a roller which implements a scrolling function for computer programs, particularly those running a windows format. In one embodiment, scrolling is implemented by sending messages to a queue associated with a windows kernel. The kernel interprets scrolling messages from the ro ...


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Hongyong Zhang, Hideto Ohnuma, Yasuhiko Takemura: Process for fabricating thin film transistor. Semiconductor Energy Laboratory, Gerald J Ferguson Jr, Karlton C Butts, Sixbey Friedman Leedom & Ferguson, June 25, 1996: US05529937 (338 worldwide citation)

After a pattern is transferred on silicon film crystallized by annealing, the silicon film is annealed by radiation of intense rays for a short time. Especially, in the crystallizing process by annealing, an element which promotes crystallization such as nickel is doped therein. The area not crystal ...


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David C H Shaw, Judy Z Z Shaw: Vehicle collision avoidance system. Henderson & Sturm, June 25, 1996: US05529138 (328 worldwide citation)

An automobile collision avoidance system based on laser radars is disclosed for aiding in avoidance of automobile collisions. The very small beam width, very small angular resolution and the highly directional character of laser radars provide a plurality of advantages as compared with microwave rad ...



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