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Theodore Largman, Fred J Gefri, Frank Mares: Filaments having trilobal or quadrilobal cross-sections. Allied Signal, R C Stewart II, G H Fuchs, D L Webster, October 15, 1991: US05057368 (274 worldwide citation)

A trilobal or quadrilobal fiber formed from thermoplastic polymers, said fiber having a cross-section comprised of a central core having three or four T-shaped lobes, the legs of each intersecting at the center of said core such that the angle between the legs of adjacent lobes is from about 80.degr ...


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Theodore Largman, Frank Mares, Clarke A Rodman: Fibers and filters containing said fibers. Allied Signal, R C Stewart II, G H Fuchs, D L Webster, December 3, 1991: US05069970 (197 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to a fiber comprising a major amount of a continuous phase comprising one or more melt processible polyesters of fiber forming molecular weight, and a minor amount of one or more polyolefins non-uniformly dispersed in said continuous phase such that the concentration of polyol ...


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Frank Mares, Reginald T Tang, Tin Ho Chiu, Theodore Largman, Emery Nyilas deceased: Bioresorbable polymers and implantation devices thereof. Allied Signal, Richard C Stewart, Gerhard H Fuchs, October 29, 1991: US05061281 (123 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to an implantable medical device capable of encouraging cellular growth and regeneration of function fabricated totally or in part from one or more bioresorbable polymers, as for example bioresorbable homopolymers derived from the polymerization of alpha-hydroxy carboxylic aci ...


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Frank Mares, William J Boyle Jr, Reginald T Tang, Kundanbhai M Patel, Abraham M Kotliar, Tin Ho Chiu: Polycarbonate-based block copolymers and devices. Allied Signal, R C Stewart II, G H Fuchs, D L Webster, June 9, 1992: US05120802 (99 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to a novel polycarbonate-based block polymer, and to fibers and bioresorbable implantable medical devices fabricated from said fibers.


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Reginald T H Tang, Frank Mares, William J Boyle Jr, Tin Ho Chiu, Kundanbhai M Patel: Medical devices fabricated from homopolymers and copolymers having recurring carbonate units. United States Surgical Corporation, May 2, 1995: US05412068 (50 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to medical devices formed totally or in part from homopolymers or copolymers comprising recurring carbonate moieties.