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Archibald Matthew E, Rattew Alden, Maxwell Timothy J, Lee Leonard G, Henderson James P, O Malley Michael T, Barry Julia Van Eyk, Armstrong David W, John Owen L: Dynamic tensioning system and method. Canica Design, Archibald Matthew E, Rattew Alden, Maxwell Timothy J, Lee Leonard G, Henderson James P, O Malley Michael T, Barry Julia Van Eyk, Armstrong David W, John Owen L, PRATT John S, November 23, 2006: WO/2006/124671 (31 worldwide citation)

Systems and methods of applying dynamic force to tissues to promote healing. Systems of this invention may be applied to tissue to bolster the tissues, move the tissues, or expand the tissue. Systems of this invention may also include a tension indication feature, allowing measured application of dy ...


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Armstrong David W, Fleming L Perry, Grenzowski Deborah G: Cell culture bioreactor.. Canadian Patents Dev, February 7, 1990: EP0353893-A2 (14 worldwide citation)

A cell culture apparatus particularly suitable for the culture of viable, shear sensitive cells, either grown in suspension or attached to a substrate such as microcarrier beads. The apparatus comprises a cell culture compartment and a compensation chamber disposed thereabove and serving to maintain ...


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Armstrong David W, Fleming L Perry, Grenzowski Deborah G: Bioreacteur pour la culture de cellules, Cell culture bioreactor. Armstrong David W, Fleming L Perry, Grenzowski Deborah G, Armstrong David W, Fleming L Perry, Grenzowski Deborah G, National Research Council Of Canada, SZERESZEWSKI JULIUSZ, September 8, 1992: CA1307225 (2 worldwide citation)

TITLE CELL CULTURE BIOREACTOR INVENTORS David W. Armstrong L. Perry Fleming Deborah G. Grenzowski ABSTRACT OF THE DISCLOSURE There is disclosed a cell culture apparatus particularly suitable for the culture of viable, shear sensitive cells, either grown in suspension or attached to a substrate such ...


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ARCHIBALD MATTHEW E, RATTEW ALDEN, MAXWELL TIMOTHY J, LEE LEONARD G, HENDERSON JAMES P, O MALLEY MICHAEL T, BARRY JULIA VAN EYK, ARMSTRONG DAVID W: Dynamic tensioning system and method, System und Verfahren Zur Dynamischen Spannung, Système et procédé de mise sous tension dynamique. CANICA DESIGN, April 25, 2012: EP2444009-A1

Systems and methods of applying dynamic force to tissues to promote healing. Systems of this invention may be applied to tissue to bolster the tissues, move the tissues, or expand the tissue. Systems of this invention may also include a tension indication feature, allowing measured application of dy ...


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Armstrong David W, Martin Stanley M, Yamazaki Hiroshi: Production selective dacetate dethyl et dacetaldehyde par recours a des micro-organismes, Selective production of ethyl acetate and acetaldehyde by microorganisms. National Research Council Of Canada, Canadian Patents And Development Societe, THOMSON ALAN A, January 31, 1989: CA1249535

TITLE SELECTIVE PRODUCTION OF ETHYL ACETATE AND ACETALDEHYDE BY MICROORGANISMS INVENTORS David W. Armstrong Stanley M. Martin Hiroshi Yamazaki ABSTRACT OF THE DISCLOSURE This invention is concerned with the selective production ofethyl acetate and acetaldehyde by microorganisms, for example of thege ...


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Armstrong David W: Microspheres bio-therapeutiques couvertes de cellules, Biotherapeutic cell-coated microspheres. National Research Council Of Canada, LEDGLEY CYNTHIA J, November 25, 1993: CA2135999

A living skin replacement for the treatment of partial-and full-thickness skin i njuries, such as burns and other wounds, consists of a slurry of cell-coated microspheres which can be applied to the ski n injury in much the same manner as a paste or salve. The skin implant can accommodate contour va ...


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O& 39, Malley Michael T, Lee Leonard G, Henderson James P, John Owen L, Barry Julia Van Eyk, Armstrong David W, Archibald Matthew E, Maxwell Timothy J, Rattew Alden: Dynamic tensioning system and method. Canica Design, zhangjing qiang, April 30, 2008: CN200680015685

Systems and methods of applying dynamic force to tissues to promote healing. Systems of this invention may be applied to tissue to bolster the tissues, move the tissues, or expand the tissue. Systems of this invention may also include a tension indication feature, allowing measured application of dy ...


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Archibald Matthew E, Rattew Alden, Maxwell Timothy J, Lee Leonard G, Henderson James P, O& 039, Malley Michael T, Barry Julia Van Eyk, Armstrong David W, John Owen L: Dynamic tensioning system and method. Canica Design, January 23, 2008: EP1879508-A2

Systems and methods of applying dynamic force to tissues to promote healing. Systems of this invention may be applied to tissue to bolster the tissues, move the tissues, or expand the tissue. Systems of this invention may also include a tension indication feature, allowing measured application of dy ...


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Armstrong David W: Biotherapeutic cell-coated microspheres. National Research Council Of Canada, Armstrong David W, GRENZOWSKI Deborah G, November 25, 1993: WO/1993/023088

A living skin replacement for the treatment of partial- and full-thickness skin injuries, such as burns and other wounds, consists of a slurry of cell-coated microspheres which can be applied to the skin injury in much the same manner as a paste or salve. The skin implant can accommodate contour var ...