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Gautam R Ranade: Controlled release device for an active substance. Pfizer, Peter C Richardson, J Trevor Lumb, Robert K Blackwood, February 7, 1989: US04803076 (114 worldwide citation)

A device for the controlled release of a substance having useful activity into a fluid medium at a substantially constant rate, said substance contained in a shape which is substantially that of a truncated cone by means of an impermeable wall or coating on the base and side (but not the top) of sai ...


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Gautam R Ranade: Generic zero order controlled drug delivery system. Pfizer, Peter C Richardson, J Trevor Lumb, James M McManus, December 20, 1988: US04792448 (40 worldwide citation)

A device for zero order releasing of biologically active substances into a fluid medium comprising a cylindrical tablet or bolus covered with an impermeable wall or coating from which strips of said wall or coating have been removed.


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Gautam R Ranade: Stressed polymeric device for controlled release of a substance to an ambient environment. Pfizer, Peter C Richardson, Albert E Frost, Lawrence C Akers, May 16, 1989: US04830860 (24 worldwide citation)

A matrix device for controlled release of at least one active agent to an ambient environment, said matrix comprising an active agent--or agents--containing polymer which has been subjected to tensile stress. Included is a laminate device comprising at least one matrix as core sheet, said core sheet ...


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Leigh E Walker, Gautam R Ranade: Blends of polyolefin graft polymers and ASA polymers. Occidental Chemical Corporation, James F Tao, James F Mudd, August 27, 1985: US04537933 (19 worldwide citation)

A novel thermoplastic polymer composition comprises a blend of a polyolefin graft polymer and a copolymer of acrylonitrile and styrene modified with a base polymer such as an acrylic polymer, a chlorinated polyethylene, or a terpolymer of styrene, acrylonitrile and a polyene modifier.


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Leigh E Walker, Gautam R Ranade: Blends of polyolefin graft polymers and SMA polymers. Occidental Chemical Corporation, James F Tao, James F Mudd, December 31, 1985: US04562229 (11 worldwide citation)

A novel thermoplastic polymer composition comprises a blend of a polyolefin graft copolymer, and a copolymer of styrene and maleic anhydride and modifications thereof.


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Leigh E Walker, Gautam R Ranade: Blends of polyolefin-vinyl chloride graft polymers and condensation polymers. Occidental Chemical Corporation, James F Tao, James F Mudd, May 6, 1986: US04587297 (11 worldwide citation)

A novel thermoplastic polymer composition comprises a blend of polyolefin graft polymer, and a condensation polymer such as a polycarbonate, a polyester of bisphenol and phthalic acids, or a polyalkylene terephthalate.


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Gautam R Ranade, Gideon Salee: Blends of vinyl halide-polyolefin graft polymers and SMA polymers. Occidental Chemical Corporation, James F Tao, James F Mudd, June 12, 1984: US04454300 (7 worldwide citation)

A novel thermoplastic polymer composition comprises a blend of a high impact vinyl halide polymer, particularly a vinyl halide-polyolefin graft polymer, and a copolymer of styrene and maleic anhydride and modifications thereof.


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Gautam R Ranade, Gideon Salee: Blends of vinyl halide-polyolefin graft polymers and ASA polymers. Occidental Chemical Corporation, James F Tao, James F Mudd, July 9, 1985: US04528328 (7 worldwide citation)

A novel thermoplastic polymer composition comprises a blend of a high impact vinyl halide polymer, particularly a vinyl halide-polyolefin graft polymer, and a copolymer of styrene and acrylonitrile modified with a base polymer such as an acrylic rubber or chlorinated polyethylene.


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Gautam R Ranade: Oxygen desorption for improved color of polyesters. Celanese Corporation, George A Depaoli, April 28, 1987: US04661580 (7 worldwide citation)

A process for forming polyesters with reduced yellow coloration wherein the polyester-forming monomers are dried in a vacuum before being reacted. The reaction system itself contains a substantially deoxygenated atmosphere. The removal of oxygen from the reactants and the reaction system leads to th ...


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Gautam R Ranade, Alan C Curtiss: Means for constraining a rumen drug delivery device in a rolled configuration. Pfizer, Peter C Richardson, Paul H Ginsburg, Grover F Fuller Jr, August 25, 1992: US05141810 (6 worldwide citation)

Improved means for constraining a rumen drug delivery device in a rolled configuration, said means comprising a laminate, which may be perforated, comprising a water-permeable material having a low friction surface in the presence of water, said material being bonded by means of a water-dispersible ...