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Charles Gordon, Corey Harbold: Artificial functional spinal unit assemblies. Flexuspine, Meyertons Hood Kivlin Kowert & Goetzel P C, Eric B Meyertons, January 8, 2008: US07316714 (202 worldwide citation)

An artificial functional spinal unit is provided comprising, generally, an expandable artificial intervertebral implant that can be placed via a posterior surgical approach and used in conjunction with one or more artificial facet joints to provide an anatomically correct range of motion. Expandable ...


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Charles Gordon, Corey Harbold: Artificial functional spinal unit assemblies. Flexuspine, Meyertons Hood Kivlin Kowert & Goetzel P C, Eric B Meyertons, April 17, 2007: US07204853 (173 worldwide citation)

An artificial functional spinal unit is provided comprising, generally, an expandable artificial intervertebral implant that can be placed via a posterior surgical approach and used in conjunction with one or more artificial facet joints to provide an anatomically correct range of motion. Expandable ...


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Charles Gordon Smith: Bi-stable memory element. Cavendish Kinetics, Fishman Dionne Cantor & Colburn, October 14, 1997: US05677823 (120 worldwide citation)

A bi-stable memory element (1) comprises a base contact (3), and a bridging contact (8), both made from an electrically conductive material. The bridging contact (8) is dimensioned so as to have two stable positions, in one of which the bridging contact (8) is in contact with the base contact (3), a ...


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Jérôme Allain, Jean Lombard, Jeff Phelps, Pierce D Nunley, Charles Gordon, Vincent J Leone, Michael M D Hisey: Intersomatic cage, intervertebral prosthesis, anchoring device and implantation instruments. LDR Medical, Denko Coburn & Lauff, January 1, 2013: US08343219 (71 worldwide citation)

An intersomatic cage, an intervertebral prosthesis, an anchoring device and an instrument for implantation of the cage or the prosthesis and the anchoring device are provided. An intersomatic cage or an intervertebral prosthesis fit closely to the anchoring device, which includes a body of elongated ...


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Larry Neil Mackey, Gregory Charles Gordon, Nancy Kim Enright: Wet-like cleaning articles. The Procter & Gamble Company, Donald E Hasse, Caroline Wei Berk, Carl J Roof, September 19, 2000: US06121165 (66 worldwide citation)

Disclosed are articles useful in cleansing, and particularly wet-like cleansing wipes and toilet tissue. These articles are essentially dry to the touch prior to use, but deliver liquid when subjected to in-use shear and compressive forces. In one aspect, the articles of the present invention compri ...


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Charles Gordon Redshaw: Bi-directional adjustable couplings. The Boeing Company, Morris A Case, Bernard A Donahue, July 12, 1977: US04035093 (44 worldwide citation)

A pair of members, one of which has a multiplicity of projections extending therefrom in a uniform geometric pattern with the projections aligned bi-directionally at 90.degree., and the other member has a multiplicity of recesses arranged to mate with the projections to allow bi-directional adjustme ...


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Larry Neil Mackey, Gregory Charles Gordon, Lora Lee Buchanan, Stephen Wayne Heinzman, Paul Arlen Forshey: Non-thermoplastic starch fibers and starch composition for making same. The Procter & Gamble Company, C Brant Cook, Vladimir Vitenberg, David M Weirich, October 12, 2004: US06802895 (43 worldwide citation)

Non-thermoplastic starch fibers having no melting point and having apparent peak wet tensile stress greater than about 0.2 MegaPascals (MPa). The fibers can be manufactured from a composition comprising a modified starch and a cross-linking agent. The composition can have a shear viscosity from abou ...


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Gregory Charles Gordon, David William Cabell, Larry Neil Mackey, John Gerhard Michael, Paul Dennis Trokhan: Electro-spinning process for making starch filaments for flexible structure. The Procter & Gamble Company, C Brant Cook, Vladimir Vitenberg, David M Weirich, April 18, 2006: US07029620 (40 worldwide citation)

A flexible structure includes a plurality of starch filaments. The structure includes at least a first region and a second region, each of the first and second regions having at least one common intensive property selected from the group consisting of density, basis weight, elevation, opacity, crepe ...


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Larry Neil Mackey, Gregory Charles Gordon, Lora Lee Buchanan, Stephen Wayne Heinzman, Paul Arlen Forshey: Non-thermoplastic starch fibers and starch composition for making same. The Procter & Gamble Company, C Brant Cook, Vladimir Vitenberg, David M Weirich, April 20, 2004: US06723160 (39 worldwide citation)

Non-thermoplastic starch fibers having no melting point and having apparent peak wet tensile stress greater than about 0.2 MegaPascals (MPa). The fibers can be manufactured from a composition comprising a modified starch and a cross-linking agent. The composition can have a shear viscosity from abou ...