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Francis Moussy, Robert W Conlan, Markham C Godwin, Richard D Beach: Generic integrated implantable potentiostat telemetry unit for electrochemical sensors. The University of Connecticut, Cantor Colburn, April 2, 2002: US06366794 (525 worldwide citation)

A generic implantable puck that can be used with a number of biosensor configurations. This generic implantable potentiostat telemetry unit (the puck) can also be part of a system to detect glucose concentrations. An electrochemical system partially implantable into a body for detecting glucose conc ...


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Francis Moussy, Donald Kreutzer, Diane Burgess, Jeffrey Koberstein, Fotios Papadimitrakopoulos, Samuel Huang: Implant coating for control of tissue/implant interactions. The University of Connecticut, Cantor Colburn, December 24, 2002: US06497729 (238 worldwide citation)

A tissue/implant interface, comprising an implant and a bioactive polymer layer adjacent at least a portion of the outer surface of the implant, wherein the polymer layer contains at least one tissue response modifier covalently attached to the polymer layer or entrapped within the polymer layer in ...


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Francis Moussy: Vascular bioartificial organ. The Governors of the University of Alberta, Dinsmore & Shohl, July 9, 1996: US05534025 (16 worldwide citation)

A bioartificial organ is provided which is inserted as an anastomosis between an artery and a vein. Blood flowing through the fluid conduits of the device is separated by a semi-permeable membrane from a chamber containing living cells or tissue.


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Bazhang Yu, Francis Moussy: Epoxy enhanced polymer membrane to increase durability of biosensors. University of South Florida, Michele L Lawson, Smith & Hopen P A, September 21, 2010: US07799191 (4 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a polymer membrane enhanced with cured epoxy resin for use as the outer membrane of biosensors. The membrane includes approximately 30-80% epoxy resin adhesives, 10-60% polymer such as poly(vinyl chloride), polycarbonate and polyurethane and 0-30% plasticizers and 5-15 ...


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Bazhang Yu, Francis Moussy: Epoxy enhanced polymer membrane to increase durability of biosensors. University of South Florida, Robert Varkonyi, Thomas E Toner, Smith & Hopen P A, May 19, 2009: US07534330 (4 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a polymer membrane enhanced with cured epoxy resin for use as the outer membrane of biosensors. The membrane includes approximately 30-80% epoxy resin adhesives, 10-60% polymer such as poly(vinyl chloride), polycarbonate and polyurethane and 0-30% plasticizers and 5-15 ...


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Young Min Ju, Francis Moussy, Thomas J Koob: Collagen scaffolds, medical implants with same and methods of use. University of South Florida, Saliwanchik Lloyd & Eisenschenk, March 10, 2015: US08975372

The subject invention concerns non-degradable three dimensional porous collagen scaffolds and coatings. These scaffolds can be prepared around sensors for implantation into a body. A specific embodiment of the invention concerns implantable glucose sensors. Sensors comprising a collagen scaffold of ...


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Young Min Ju, Francis Moussy, Thomas J Koob: Collagen scaffolds, medical implants with same and methods of use. UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA, Saliwanchik Lloyd & Eisenschenk, February 28, 2017: US09579422

The subject invention concerns non-degradable three dimensional porous collagen scaffolds and coatings. These scaffolds can be prepared around sensors for implantation into a body. A specific embodiment of the invention concerns implantable glucose sensors. Sensors comprising a collagen scaffold of ...


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Laurence MacDonald Schetky, Francis Moussy, Peter Jardine: Implantable artificial pancreas. Cantor Colburn, August 12, 2004: US20040158232-A1

An artificial pancreas comprises a first reservoir for retaining insulin; at least one second reservoir for retaining a therapeutic agent; at least one pump in fluid communication with the first reservoir and the at least one second reservoir; and a glucose monitor in electrical communication with t ...


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Bazhang Yu, Francis Moussy: Epoxy Enhanced Polymer Membrane to Increase Durability of Biosensors. University Of South Florida, Smith Hopen Pa, December 28, 2006: US20060289307-A1

The present invention provides a polymer membrane enhanced with cured epoxy resin for use as the outer membrane of biosensors. The membrane includes approximately 30-80% epoxy resin adhesives, 10-60% polymer such as poly(vinyl chloride), polycarbonate and polyurethane and 0-30% plasticizers and 5-15 ...


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Francis Moussy, Donald Kreutzer, Diane Burgess, Jeffrey Koberstein, Fotios Papadimitrakopoulos, Samuel Huang: Apparatus and method for control of tissue/implant interactions. Cantor Colburn, May 29, 2003: US20030099682-A1

A tissue/implant interface, comprising an implant and a bioactive polymer layer adjacent at least a portion of the outer surface of the implant, wherein the polymer layer contains at least one tissue response modifier covalently attached to the polymer layer or entrapped within the polymer layer in ...



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