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Martin James MacPhee, William Nash Drohan, Carlos I Lasa Jr, Gene Liau, Christian Haudenschild: Supplemented and unsupplemented tissue sealants, methods of their production and use. The American National Red Cross, Sterne Kessler Goldstein & Fox P L L C, March 6, 2001: US06197325 (232 worldwide citation)

This invention provides methods for the localized delivery of supplemented tissue sealants, wherein the supplemented tissue sealants comprise at least one composition which is selected from one or more antibodies, analgesics, anticoagulants, anti-inflammatory compounds, antimicrobial compositions, a ...


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Martin James MacPhee, William Nash Drohan, Gene Liau, Christian Haudenschild: Supplemented and unsupplemented tissue sealants, method of their production and use. The American National Red Cross, Sterne Kessler Goldstein & Fox P L L C, September 12, 2000: US06117425 (128 worldwide citation)

This invention provides supplemented tissue sealants, methods for their production and use thereof. Disclosed are tissue sealants supplemented with at least one cytotoxin or cell proliferation inhibiting composition. The composition may be further supplemented with, for example, one or more antibodi ...


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Benjamin A Bowen, Edward A Deakin, Neil Goldsmith, Christian Haudenschild, David R Houck, James B McAlpine, Soren VS Nielsen, Christopher Pazoles, Margaret E Spencer, Angela M Stafford: Methods for identifying genes regulating desired cell phenotypes. Carol A Stratford, Foley & Lardner, July 8, 2004: US20040133941-A1

The invention features a method for identifying a gene associated with a desired phenotype. This method includes the steps of: (a) providing a plurality of cell cultures that include plant, animal, or fungal cells capable of exhibiting a desired phenotype; (b) contacting each of at least a subset of ...


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Benjamin A Bowen, Edward A Deakin, Neil Goldsmith, Christian Haudenschild, David R Houck, James B McAlpine, Soren VS Nielsen, Christopher Pazoles, Margaret E Spencer, Angela M Stafford: Methods for identifying genes regulating desired cell phenotypes. Clark & Elbing, September 18, 2003: US20030175678-A1

The invention features a method for identifying a gene associated with a desired phenotype. This method includes the steps of: (a) providing a plurality of cell cultures that include plant, animal, or fungal cells capable of exhibiting a desired phenotype; (b) contacting each of at least a subset of ...



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