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Fred Thomas Fred Thomas
Fred C Thomas III, Glenn B Dixon, Todd R Shelton, Todd L Graves: Latent illuminance discrimination marker for data storage cartridges. Iomega Corporation, Woodcock Washburn Kurtz Mackiewicz & Norris, July 24, 2001: US06266211 (14 worldwide citation)

A data storage cartridge for a data storage disk drive has a latent illuminance marker. A light source illuminates the marker and the marker emits illuminance as phosphorescence. A photosensor detects the emitted illuminance, and the decay time is determined. The decay time is checked to provide ide ...


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Fred Thomas Fred Thomas
Fred C Thomas III, Glenn B Dixon: Latent illuminance discrimination marker system for authenticating articles. Iomega Corporation, Woodcock Washburn Kurtz Mackiewicz & Norris, July 24, 2001: US06264107 (10 worldwide citation)

An object or an article for a detector or reader has a latent illuminance marker. A light source illuminates the marker and the marker emits illuminance as phosphorescence. A photosensor detects the emitted illuminance, and the decay time is determined. The decay time is checked to provide identific ...


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Brian Goodall
Brian Leslie Goodall, Lester Howard McIntosh III: Method for the preparation of copolymers of ethylene/norbornene-type monomers with cationic palladium catalysts. The B F Goodrich Company, Thoburn T Dunlap, Nestor W Shust, July 24, 2001: US06265506 (7 worldwide citation)

A method of preparing generally amorphous copolymers of ethylene and at least one norbornene (NB)-type comonomer. These polymers may be random or alternating, depending on the choice of catalyst and/or the relative ratio of the monomers used. This method comprises polymerizing said monomers in a dil ...


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Robert A Brodersen, Prashant Chatterjee, Peter S Lim: Partially replicated distributed database with multiple levels of remote clients. Siebel Systems, Cooley Godward, July 24, 2001: US06266669 (726 worldwide citation)

A method of and system for collecting, storing, and retrieving data in a data base management system. The database management system includes a master database server (


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Michael P Whitman: Expanding parallel jaw device for use with an electromechanical driver device. PowerMed, Kenyon & Kenyon, July 24, 2001: US06264087 (726 worldwide citation)

A cutting and stapling device for use as an attachment to an electromechanical device driver comprises an upper jaw and a lower jaw which separate and close against one another in a continuously parallel alignment. The upper jaw includes a series of staple guides corresponding to one or more staples ...


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James F McGuckin Jr: Surgical apparatus and method. Kenyon & Kenyon, July 24, 2001: US06264086 (723 worldwide citation)

Surgical method and apparatus for resectioning tissue, preferably lumenal tissue, with a remaining portion of an organ being anastomized with staples or other fastening device, preferably endolumenally. The apparatus may be inserted via a naturally occurring body orifice or a surgical incision and t ...


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Gregory D Linden, Jennifer A Jacobi, Eric A Benson: Collaborative recommendations using item-to-item similarity mappings. Amazon Com, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, July 24, 2001: US06266649 (674 worldwide citation)

A recommendations service recommends items to individual users based on a set of items that are known to be of interest to the user, such as a set of items previously purchased by the user. In the disclosed embodiments, the service is used to recommend products to users of a merchant's Web site ...


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Vladimir A Stoy: Spinal nucleus implant. Replication Medical, Kenneth P Glynn Esq, July 24, 2001: US06264695 (340 worldwide citation)

The present invention is a spinal nucleus implant for replacement of at least a portion of nucleus pulposus tissue removed from a spinal disc of a living vertebrate to restore function of the spinal disc and related vertebral joint. The implant is an anisotropically swellable, biomimetic xerogel pla ...


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Michael R S Hill, Kenneth R Jonkman: Method and device for electronically controlling the beating of a heart. Medtronic, Thomas G Berry, Daniel W Latham, July 24, 2001: US06266564 (312 worldwide citation)

An electro-stimulation device includes a pair of electrodes for connection to at least one location in the body that affects or regulates the heartbeat. The electro-stimulation device both electrically arrests the heartbeat and stimulates the heartbeat. A pair of electrodes are provided for connecti ...



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