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Raymond Goodrich, Christine Williams: Lyophilized and reconstituted red blood cell and hemosome compositions. Cryopharm Corporation, August 27, 1991: US05043261 (33 worldwide citation)

A process and medium are disclosed for the lyophilization of red blood cells which comprises the use of solutions including monosaccharide hexoses and pentoses, and biocompatible polymers to permit the reconstitution of viable red blood cells.


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Robert Pinard, Gregory R Tedeschi, Christine Williams, Dongxiao Wang: Methods and system for validating sample images for quantitative immunoassays. HistoRx, Gilberto M Villacorta, Daniel R Shelton, Foley & Lardner, April 17, 2012: US08160348 (5 worldwide citation)

A method and system for automatically evaluating quality of a slide-mounted tissue sample includes receiving a digital image of a magnified portion of the slide-mounted tissue sample. At least one quantitative quality indicator is automatically determined for at least one of the samples, and the dig ...


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Beat Laemmle, Mary Christine Williams Justis legal representative: Moniker method, apparatus, system and article of manufacture. Siemens Energy & Automation, September 19, 2006: US07111306 (5 worldwide citation)

A moniker is provided that accesses already-running instances of objects that do not have a resistant state. In one aspect, the objects are associated with a programmable logic controller (PLC). The PLC may be a soft PLC that interfaces with a personal computer. A remote connection is provided for s ...


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Jason Christiansen, Robert Pinard, Mark Gustavson, Brian Bourke, Gregory R Tedeschi, Dylan M Reilly, Maciej P Zerkowski, Christine Williams, Dongxiao Wang: Reproducible quantification of biomarker expression. Novartis, Gilberto M Villacorta, Daniel R Shelton, Foley & Lardner, January 19, 2016: US09240043 (2 worldwide citation)

A method is described for the reproducible quantification of biomarker expression, including biomarker expression in a tissue sample. Methods and systems are described whereby reproducible scores for biomarker expression are obtained independent of instrument, its location, or operator.


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Robert Pinard, Gregory R Tedeschi, Christine Williams, Dongxiao Wang: Methods and system for validating sample images for quantitative immunoassays. HistoRx, Gilberto M Villacorta, Daniel R Shelton, Foley & Lardner, April 9, 2013: US08417015 (1 worldwide citation)

A method and system for automatically evaluating quality of a slide-mounted tissue sample includes receiving a digital image of a magnified portion of the slide-mounted tissue sample. At least one quantitative quality indicator is automatically determined for at least one of the samples, and the dig ...


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Manasi Chavan, Yuhua Sun, Christine Williams, Michael Sunkin: Marine based cosmetic active ingredients and use thereof. Drinker Biddle & Reath, November 1, 2016: US09480864

The present invention relates to a cosmetic and/or pharmaceutical active component for stimulating proteasome activity of skin cells comprising the broth obtained by inoculating a biomass of the algae, Gracilaria spp., particularly the algae, Gracilaria tikvahiae, with a yeast culture, and allowing ...


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Don Conrad Johnson, Cyler Barclay Beard, Todd D Andersen, David D Oliphant, Caroline Christine Williams, Jose Luis Virgen: System and method for assembling tower sections of a wind turbine lattice tower structure. GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY, Dority & Manning P A, December 19, 2017: US09845612

A system for assembling a tower section of a lattice tower structure for a wind turbine may generally include a tower assembly fixture having a plurality of radially extending fixture arms, wherein each fixture arm extends between a first end and a second end. In addition, the system may include a p ...


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Nicola Lewell Carter, Deborah Adella Blake, Nicolai Bovin, Stephen Michael Henry, Elena Yurievna Korchagina, Eleanor Christine Williams, Alexander Tuzikov: Cell surface coating with hyaluronic acid oligomer derivative. Kode Biotech, Nixon & Vanderhye, May 22, 2012: US08183214

Method of localizing hyaluronic acid to the surface of a cell or multi-cellular structure by contacting the cell or multi-cellular structure with a dispersion of a construct of the structure F—S1—S2-L where F—S1 is a polymer or oligomer of hyaluronic acid including a terminal glycamine residue (S1), ...


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