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Francis J Martin, Anthony A Boiarski: Microfabricated nanopore device for sustained release of therapeutic agent. Delpor, Judy M Mohr, McDermott Will & Emery, September 6, 2016: US09433574 (1 worldwide citation)

A drug delivery device that includes a capsule for implantation into the body; the capsule further includes a reservoir for containing a substance such as a therapeutic agent, at least one port for allowing the substance to diffuse from or otherwise exit the reservoir, and a nanopore membrane in com ...


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Francis J Martin, Anthony A Boiarski: Microfabricated nanopore device for sustained release of therapeutic agent. DELPOR, Judy M Mohr, McDermott Will & Emery, March 1, 2016: US09271926 (1 worldwide citation)

A drug delivery device that includes a capsule for implantation into the body; the capsule further includes a reservoir for containing a substance such as a therapeutic agent, at least one port for allowing the substance to diffuse from or otherwise exit the reservoir, and a nanopore membrane in com ...


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Anthony A Boiarski: Container for physiological fluids. Future Path Medical Holding Co, Tarolli Sundheim Covell & Tummino, April 23, 2013: US08424376 (1 worldwide citation)

A container includes a chamber for containing fluid. At least one sensor is disposed within the chamber for sensing a property of fluid in the container. A unit that receives a signal from the sensor communicates with a device that displays the property of the fluid in the container. The container m ...


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Francis J Martin, Anthony A Boiarski: Microfabricated nanopore device for sustained release of therapeutic agent. Mcnees Wallace & Nurick, April 5, 2007: US20070077273-A1

A drug delivery device that includes a capsule for implantation into the body; the capsule further includes a reservoir for containing a substance such as a therapeutic agent, at least one port for allowing the substance to diffuse from or otherwise exit the reservoir, and a nanopore membrane in com ...


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Francis J Martin, Anthony A Boiarski: Microfabricated nanopore device for sustained release of therapeutic agent. iMEDD, Calfee Halter & Griswold, April 3, 2003: US20030064095-A1

A drug delivery device that includes a capsule for implantation into the body; the capsule further includes a reservoir for containing a substance such as a therapeutic agent, at least one port for allowing the substance to diffuse from or otherwise exit the reservoir, and a nanopore membrane in com ...


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Derek J Hansford, Robbie J Walczak, Anthony A Boiarski: Nanopump devices and methods. Calfee Halter & Griswold, January 16, 2003: US20030010638-A1

Disclosed is a nanopump for pumping small volumes of electrolyte solution under the control of a voltage source. The device includes a chamber and a nanopore membrane which partitions the chamber into upstream and downstream regions. When a voltage potential is applied across the membrane, electroos ...


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William C Tacon, Anthony A Boiarski, Carl F Grove, Richard S Brody: Shaped microparticles for pulmonary drug delivery. Patricia A Coburn, Battelle Pulmonary Therapeutics, September 12, 2002: US20020128179-A1

Microparticles for use in the pulmonary delivery of a therapeutic material, comprising a polymer matrix, which is prefabricated to have a particular geometric shape including that of a disc cube, rectangle or snowflake. Additionally, these microparticles may include a winged structure to enhance the ...


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Anthony A Boiarski: Implantable drug delivery device for sustained release of therapeutic agent. iMEDD, Calfee Halter & Griswold, June 2, 2005: US20050118229-A1

An implantable drug-delivery device that utilizes a nanopore diffusion membrane in combination with a microporous hydration membrane for achieving long-term, zero-order release of a therapeutic compound or agent. The device comprises a housing, wherein the housing further comprises an interior chamb ...


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Anthony A Boiarski: Container for physiological fluids. Future Path Medical, Tarolli Sundheim Covell & Tummino, July 3, 2008: US20080156092-A1

A container includes a chamber for containing fluid. At least one sensor is disposed within the chamber for sensing a property of fluid in the container. A unit that receives a signal from the sensor communicates with a device that displays the property of the fluid in the container. The container m ...


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Derek J Hansford, Robbie J Walczak, Anthony A Boiarski: Nanopump devices and methods. The Ohio State University Research Foundation, Calfee Halter & Griswold, August 31, 2006: US20060191831-A1

Disclosed is a nanopump for pumping small volumes of electrolyte solution under the control of a voltage source. The device includes a chamber and a nanopore membrane which partitions the chamber into upstream and downstream regions. When a voltage potential is applied across the membrane, electroos ...