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Eric First, M.D.
First Eric R: Botulinum toxin therapy for skin disorders. Allergan, First Eric R, DONOVAN Stephen, June 23, 2005: WO/2005/056050 (2 worldwide citation)

Methods for treating skin disorders by local administration of a Clostridial toxin, such as a botulinum toxin, to a patient with a skin disorder, such as a wart, corn, callus or bunion.


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Nathaniel Brese
Nathaniel E Brese, Michael P Toben: Methods of forming solder areas on electronic components and electronic components having solder areas. Rohm and Haas Electronic Materials, Edwards & Angell, June 23, 2005: US20050133572-A1

Disclosed are methods of forming solder areas on electronic components. The methods involve: (a) providing a substrate having one or more contact pads; and (b) applying a solder paste over the contact pads. The solder paste includes a carrier vehicle and a metal component having metal particles. The ...


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Belgacem Haba Belgacem (Bel) Haba
Masud Beroz, Belgacem Haba: System and method for increasing the ball pitch of an electronic circuit package. Tessera, Stevens Law Group, June 23, 2005: US20050133891-A1

The invention provides an electronic package comprising a die bonded to a substrate, where the die has a fine pitch and the substrate has a coarse pitch. The dies and the substrate each have a plurality of individual lead frame interconnect arrays, with one end of an interconnect bonded to the die a ...


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Belgacem Haba Belgacem (Bel) Haba
Belgacem Haba, Masud Beroz: System and method for increasing the number of IO-s on a ball grid package by wire bond stacking of same size packages through apertures. Tessera, Stevens Law Group, June 23, 2005: US20050133899-A1

A multi-layer electronic package having polymeric tape layers, where at least one of the polymeric tape layers has a via, through hole, or aperture therein to pass wiring between the layers. This enables a balance of package size, adhesive thickness, chip access, inventory management, package width, ...


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Sanjay Chaturvedi
Leonard Edward Bogan, Fernando AP Cavalcanti, Nitin Chadda, Sanjay Chaturvedi, Anne Mae Gaffney, Scott Han, Peter D Klugherz, Daniel Martenak, Mark Anthony Silvano, Elsie Mae Vickery, Donald L Zolotorofe: Process for the selective (AMM)oxidation of lower molecular weight alkanes and alkenes. Rohm And Haas Company, June 23, 2005: US20050137415-A1

An improved process for the production of unsaturated carboxylic acids and unsaturated nitrites from their corresponding C3 to C5 alkanes, or mixtures of C3 to C5 alkanes and alkenes, that involves a multi-stage reaction system which employs both separation of the oxidation product from one or more ...


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Fred Thomas
Fred C Thomas, David W Griffith: Removable cartridge recording device incorporating antiferromagnetically coupled rigid magnetic media. James T Hagler, Iomega Corporation, June 23, 2005: US20050135009-A1

A removable magnetic data storage cartridges incorporates antiferromagnetically coupled (AFC) media and may be used with a data drive to push the capacity point of removable hard platter based magnetic storage to 35 GB for a single platter 2.5″ form factor product. The removable magnetic data storag ...


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Eugene Fitzgerald
Zhiyuan Cheng, Eugene A Fitzgerald, Dimitri A Antoniadis: Method for semiconductor device fabrication. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Goodwin Procter, June 23, 2005: US20050136624-A1

A method of fabricating a semiconductor structure. According to one aspect of the invention, on a first semiconductor substrate, a first compositionally graded Si1-xGex buffer is deposited where the Ge composition x is increasing from about zero to a value less than about 20%. Then a first etch-stop ...


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Batchelor Kester J: A surgical instrument. Gyrus Group, PRATT David Martin, June 23, 2005: WO/2005/055846 (338 worldwide citation)

A bipolar electrosurgical instrument (12) for cutting and scaling tissue comprises first and second jaw members (4, 5) movable between open and closed positions so as to be capable of grasping tissue therebetween. The first jaw member (4) includes first and second coagulating electrodes (13, 15) on ...


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Brauker James H, Carr Brendel Victoria, Goode Jr Paul V, Kamath Apurv, Thrower James, Xavier Ben: Signal processing for continuous analyte sensor. Dexcom, Brauker James H, Carr Brendel Victoria, Goode Jr Paul V, Kamath Apurv, Thrower James, Xavier Ben, MALLON Joseph J, June 23, 2005: WO/2005/057175 (172 worldwide citation)

Systems and methods for dynamically and intelligently estimating analyte data from a continuous analyte sensor, including receiving a data stream, selecting one of a plurality of algorithms, and employing the selected algorithm to estimate analyte values. Estimation can be used to compensate for tim ...


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Kamath Apurv Ullas, Simpson Peter C, Brauker James H, Goode Jr Paul V: Calibration techniques for a continuous analyte sensor. Dexcom, Kamath Apurv Ullas, Simpson Peter C, Brauker James H, Goode Jr Paul V, HART Daniel, June 23, 2005: WO/2005/057168 (164 worldwide citation)

Disclosed herein are systems and methods for calibrating a continuous analyte sensor, such as a continuous glucose sensor. One such system utilizes one or more electrodes to measure an additional analyte. Such measurements may provide a baseline or sensitivity measurement for use in calibrating the ...