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Louis C Sehl, Olof Mikael Trollsas, Donald G Wallace, David Toman, Frank A DeLustro, Jacqueline A Schroeder, George H Chu: Compositions and systems for forming crosslinked biomaterials and methods of preparation and use. Mintz Levin Cohn Ferris Glovsky And Popeo PC, September 21, 2006: US20060210602-A1

Crosslinkable compositions are provided that readily crosslink in situ to provide biocompatible, nonimmunogenic crosslinked materials that may be used as adhesive compositions. The compositions comprise collagen and a plurality of crosslinkable components having reactive functional groups thereon, w ...


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Donald G Wallace, Cary J Reich, Narinder S Shargill, Felix Vega, A Edward Osawa: Fragmented polymeric compositions and methods for their use. Baxter International, Baxter Healthcare, September 15, 2011: US20110223231-A1

Cross-linked hydrogels comprise a variety of biologic and non-biologic polymers, such as proteins, polysaccharides, and synthetic polymers. Such hydrogels preferably have no free aqueous phase and may be applied to target sites in a patient's body by extruding the hydrogel through an orifice at the ...


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Louis C Sehl, Olof Mikael Trollsas, Donald G Wallace, David Toman, Frank A DeLustro, Jacqueline A Schroeder, George H Chu: Compositions and systems for forming crosslinked biomaterials and methods of preparation and use. Angiodevice International, June 30, 2011: US20110159075-A1

Crosslinkable compositions are provided that readily crosslink in situ to provide biocompatible, nonimmunogenic crosslinked materials that may be used as adhesive compositions. The compositions comprise collagen and a plurality of crosslinkable components having reactive functional groups thereon, w ...


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Louis C Sehl, Olof Mikael Trollsas, Donald G Wallace, David Toman, Frank A DeLustro, Jacqueline A Schroeder, George H Chu: Adhesive tissue repair patch and collagen sheets. Angiotech Pharmaceuticals, Seed Intellectual Property Law Group Pllc, September 16, 2010: US20100233246-A1

The present invention relates generally to synthetic polymer compositions that form interpenetrating polymer networks. In a preferred embodiment, the compositions comprise two multifunctionally activated synthetic polymers, along with a tensile strength enhancer. Such compositions form matrices that ...


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Donald G Wallace, Cary J Reich, Narinder S Shargill, Felix Vega, A Edward Osawa, Zhen Qian Wallis: Fragmented polymeric compositions and methods for their use. Baxter Healthcare, Baxter International, May 31, 2012: US20120134980-A1

Cross-linked hydrogels comprise a variety of biologic and non-biologic polymers, such as proteins, polysaccharides, and synthetic polymers. Such hydrogels preferably have no free aqueous phase and may be applied to target sites in a patient's body by extruding the hydrogel through an orifice at the ...


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