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Manuel E Patarroyo: Malaria vaccine. April 5, 1988: US04735799 (7 worldwide citation)

A mixture of the synthetic peptide compounds of the formulas:


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Manuel E Patarroyo: Protein copolymer malaria vaccine. September 18, 1990: US04957738 (5 worldwide citation)

A mixture of the synthetic peptide compounds of the formulas:


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Manuel E Patarroyo: Nucleotide and amino acid sequences of protein MTP40 of M. tuberculosis and synthetic peptides derived therefrom. October 19, 1993: US05254459 (5 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to novel chemically synthesized nucleotides and novel chemically synthesized peptides which have been found to be effective in assaying for the presence of M. tuberculosis.


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Manuel E Patarroyo: Nucleotide sequences of protein MTP40 of M. tuberculosis. December 8, 1992: US05169940 (4 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to novel chemically synthesized nucleotides which have been found to be effective in assaying for the presence of M. tuberculosis.


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Manuel E Patarroyo: Nucleotide and amino acid sequences of protein MTP40 of M. tuberculosis and synthetic peptides derived therefrom. December 15, 1992: US05171839 (3 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to novel chemically synthesized nucleotides and novel chemically synthesized peptides which have been found to be effective in assaying for the presence of M. tuberculosis.


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Viktor Lemeshko, Fanny Guzman, Manuel E Patarroyo, Cesar Segura, Sergio Orduz: Synthetic peptide having an ionophoric and antimicrobial activity. Corporacion Para Investigaciones Biologicas, Universidad de Antiqquia, Fundacion Instituto de Inmunologia de Columbia, Universidad Nacional de Colombia May 9, 2006: US07041647

This invention provides a novel synthetic peptide (P1) of 26 amino acids, which inhibits the microbial growing. Peptide P1 also shows ionophoric activity in rat liver mitochondria. Furthermore, this invention provides pharmaceutical compositions and compositions for agricultural use, which contain t ...


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Viktor Lemeshko, Fanny Guzman, Manuel E Patarroyo, Cesar Segura, Sergio Orduz: Synthetic peptide having an ionophoric and antimicrobial activity. February 24, 2005: US20050043508-A1

This invention provides a novel synthetic peptide (P1) of 26 amino acids, which inhibits the microbial growing. Peptide P1 also shows ionophoric activity in rat liver mitochondria. Furthermore, this invention provides pharmaceutical compositions and compositions for agricultural use, which contain t ...



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