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Ravi Laxman
Chongying Xu, Thomas H Baum, Alexander S Borovik, Ziyun Wang, James TY Lin, Scott Battle, Ravi K Laxman: Method for removal of impurities in cyclic siloxanes useful as precursors for low dielectric constant thin films. Intellectual Property Technology Law, October 19, 2006: US20060235182-A1

A process for reducing the level(s) of water and/or other impurities from cyclosiloxanes by either azeotropic distillation, or by contacting the cyclosiloxane compositions with an adsorbent bed material. The purified cyclosiloxane material is useful for forming low-dielectric constant thin films hav ...


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Erwin Meinders
Erwin Rinaldo Meinders, Andrei Mijiritskii: Recordable optical record carrier for multilevel and method for writing thereon. Koninklijke Philips Electronics, Philips Intellectual Property & Standards, October 19, 2006: US20060234000-A1

A recordable optical record carrier is provided comprising a recording dye layer, whereby said recording dye layer (111) comprises at least two organic dye materials being absorptive at different wavelengths. Further, a method for writing on such a recordable optical record carrier is proposed. Acco ...


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Matthias Bauer
Matthias Bauer, Chantal Arena, Ronald Bertram, Pierre Tomasini, Nyles Cody, Paul Brabant, Joseph Italiano, Paul Jacobson, Keith Doran Weeks: Selective deposition of silicon-containing films. Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, October 19, 2006: US20060234504-A1

Chemical vapor deposition methods use trisilane and a halogen-containing etchant source (such as chlorine) to selectively deposit Si-containing films over selected regions of mixed substrates. Dopant sources may be intermixed with the trisilane and the etchant source to selectively deposit doped Si- ...


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yuan xing Lee
Yuan Xing Lee, Richard Galbraith, Travis Oenning, Weldon Hanson: Optimizing detector target polynomials in read/write channels to achieve best error rate performance in disk drives. Hitachi Global Storage Technologies Netherlands, Townsend And Townsend And Crew, October 19, 2006: US20060235919-A1

Embodiments of the invention provide techniques for optimizing the detector target polynomials in read/write channels to achieve the best error rate performance in recording devices. In one embodiment, a method of obtaining a detector target polynomial of a read/write channel to achieve best error r ...


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Hanawa Hiroyuki, Ogura Masayuki, Funabashi Kazuhiko, Aradate Takahisa: Cordless power tool. Hitachi Koki, October 19, 2006: JP2006-281405 (304 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a cordless power tool taking a lithium cell as a power source, putting the FET in the off state when the voltage of the lithium cell reaches a first predetermined value or less, and safely again rotating a motor when the cell voltage reaches a second predetermined va ...


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Voegele James W, Gill Robert P, Hess Christopher J, Weisenburgh William B, Geis William P, Murray Michael A, Morgan Karen M: Surgical instrument system. Ethicon Endo Surgery, Voegele James W, Gill Robert P, Hess Christopher J, Weisenburgh William B, Geis William P, Murray Michael A, Morgan Karen M, JOHNSON Philip S, October 19, 2006: WO/2006/110733 (112 worldwide citation)

A surgical instrument system is provided for a hand-assisted, laparoscopic procedure. The system has a laparoscopic disc that is adaptable to hold multiple surgical instrument. Other elements in the surgical instrument system include a storage pouch for placement within the body cavity, a device for ...


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Hansen Steffen, Larsen Bjørn Gullak, Møller Claus Schmidt, Nielsen Ole Christian, Radmer Jim, Preuthun Jan Harald, Sparholt Philip Albert, Ethelfeld Erik Winkel, Teisen Simony Claude, Rørvig Simon: Medical skin mountable device and system. Novo Nordisk, Hansen Steffen, Larsen Bjørn Gullak, Møller Claus Schmidt, Nielsen Ole Christian, Radmer Jim, Preuthun Jan Harald, Sparholt Philip Albert, Ethelfeld Erik Winkel, Teisen Simony Claude, Rørvig Simon, NOVO NORDISK, October 19, 2006: WO/2006/108809 (112 worldwide citation)

A medical device is provided comprising a transcutaneous device unit and a process unit. The transcutaneous device unit may comprise a transcutaneous device for transporting a fluid through a skin portion of a subject, and a mounting surface adapted for application to the skin of the subject. The pr ...


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Lui Yijia, Yang Lu Patrick, Scaria Puthupparampil V, Schiffelers Raymond, Tang Quinn Q, Woodle Martin C, Xie Frank Yuefeng, Xu Jun, Zhou Qin: Composition and methods of rnai therapeutics for treatment of cancer and other neovascularization diseases. Intradigm Corporation, Lui Yijia, Yang Lu Patrick, Scaria Puthupparampil V, Schiffelers Raymond, Tang Quinn Q, Woodle Martin C, Xie Frank Yuefeng, Xu Jun, Zhou Qin, BOOTH Paul, October 19, 2006: WO/2006/110813 (96 worldwide citation)

Compositions and methods are provided for treatment of diseases involving unwanted neovascularization (NV). The invention provides treatments that control NV through selective inhibition of pro-angiogenic biochemical pathways, including inhibition of the VEGF pathway gene expression and inhibition l ...


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Baba Shunji, Maniwa Toru, Yamagashiro Hisashi, Kai Manabu: Rfid tag. Fujitsu, October 19, 2006: JP2006-285911 (95 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide an RFID tag which has a function for detecting peeling of the RFID tag while maintaining satisfactory antenna characteristics.SOLUTION: A first conductor pattern 12 is provided with two extended parts 121 and 122 which are extended from an IC chip 13 and have respect ...


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Bitsch Lennart, Larsen Torben Storgaard, Nielsen Ole Christian: Pump assembly with active and passive valve. Novo Nordisk, Bitsch Lennart, Larsen Torben Storgaard, Nielsen Ole Christian, NOVO NORDISK, October 19, 2006: WO/2006/108775 (81 worldwide citation)

The present invention generally relates to a pump assembly comprising a valve arrangement adapted to prevent unintended flow of fluid through the pump assembly. The invention provides a pump assembly, comprising a displacement pump (710), an inlet valve (730) allowing a flow of 5 fluid into the disp ...



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