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Andrew Mark Angus, Kenneth Andrew Nicoll, Arjun Vinoo Caprihan, Brendyn Murray Rodgers, Christopher John Leigh Lancaster, Ian Stewart Fitzpatrick: Automated beverage dispensing system with vertical staging. The Coca Cola Company, Sutherland Asbill & Brennan, May 3, 2016: US09327958 (2 worldwide citation)

The present application provides an automated beverage dispenser for use with a number of cups. The automated beverage dispenser may include a carousel with a number of shelves, a first actuator such that first actuator may maneuver the shelves in a first direction, a second actuator positioned adja ...


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Richard Grant, Christopher John Leigh Lancaster, Andrew Zipsin, Timothy Peele, Ian S Fitzpatrick: Devices, systems and related methods suitable for delivery of a liquid medicament stored at cryogenic temperatures. Argos Therapeutics, Myers Bigel Sibley & Sajovec P A, March 18, 2014: US08672879

Medicament devices include a sealed medicament dose container comprising a cell based medicament that is stored at a temperature less than about −40 degrees Celsius, then thawed into a liquid prior to administration and a medicament dose cartridge configured and sized to snugly hold the dose contain ...


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Tamara Tatroe Monesmith, Arjun V Caprihan, Christopher Thomas Ryan, Richard A Grant, Ian S Fitzpatrick, Christopher John Leigh Lancaster: Centrifuge vessels with a center mound and an internal elongate tube suitable for live cell processing and associated systems and methods. Argos Therapeutics, Myers Bigel P A, July 17, 2018: US10022731

Centrifuge vessels suitable for live cell processing include a bowl with a cap, and a tube inside the bowl extending between the cap and a lower portion of the bowl. The bottom of the bowl can have a closed annular ring surrounding a center mound. The vessels can be particularly suitable for process ...


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Richard Grant, Christopher John Leigh Lancaster, Andrew Zipsin, Timothy Peele, Ian S Fitzpatrick: Devices, systems and related methods suitable for delivery of a liquid medicament stored at cryogenic temperatures. Argos Therapeuticals, Myers Bigel Sibley & Sajovec, August 13, 2009: US20090204071-A1

Medicament devices include a sealed medicament dose container comprising a cell based medicament that is stored at a temperature less than about −40 degrees Celsius, then thawed into a liquid prior to administration and a medicament dose cartridge configured and sized to snugly hold the dose contain ...