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Patrick L Mullens, Gregg Emmel: Shipping container for storing materials at cryogenic temperatures. September 19, 2000: US06119465 (54 worldwide citation)

A disposable shipping container for storing materials at cryogenic temperatures with: a specimen holding chamber, an open cell plastic foam material surrounding the specimen holding chamber for holding liquid nitrogen in suspension, a plurality of insulating and cushioning materials surrounding the ...


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Patrick L Mullens, Gregg Emmel, Kevin Giesy, Christy Thomas: Cryogenic shipping container. Ray L Anderson, October 22, 2002: US06467642 (9 worldwide citation)

A shipping container with an outer shipping container shell and a support assembly for holding a dewar vessel within the outer shipping container shell and providing impact and vibration resistance to the dewar vessel. The dewar vessel has an inner vessel that holds a specimen chamber and plastic fo ...


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Lori L Narlock, Gregg Emmel: Food utensil. Morton J Rosenberg, David I Klein, May 26, 1992: US05115565 (8 worldwide citation)

A food utensil (10) is provided for cutting a food product (12) and removing material (18) therefrom. A flexible U-shaped gripping member (20) is provided where a base section (24) is formed in one piece formation with arm members (26,26') and extend to spoon shaped second end sections (32,32'). The ...


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Gregg Emmel: Passive resistance musculo-skeletal manipulation devices. Gregg Emmel, November 2, 2006: US20060247562-A1

Passive resistance musculo-skeletal manipulation massage devices with a set of three portable devices, each capable of being hand held and each specifically designed to allow users to effectively manipulate specific areas of the musculo-skeletal system. The portable devices are made of rigid or semi ...


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Patrick L Mullens, Gregg Emmel, R Kevin Giesy, Christy Thomas: Cryogenic shipping container. Roy L Anderson Esq, Jeffers Shaff & Falk, July 4, 2002: US20020084277-A1

A shipping container with an outer shipping container shell and a support assembly for holding a dewar vessel within the outer shipping container shell and providing impact and vibration resistance to the dewar vessel. The dewar vessel has an inner vessel that holds a specimen chamber and plastic fo ...


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Gregg Emmel: Self-venting cap for a neck of a dewar vessel. Roy L Anderson Esq, Jeffers Shaff & Falk, August 22, 2002: US20020113070-A1

A self-venting cap for a neck of a dewar vessel with a lower component having a first plurality of apertures, an upper component with a second plurality of apertures, a seal held between the lower and upper components, and a third component releasably secured to the upper component. The cap forms a ...


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Patrick L Mullens, Gregg Emmel, Kevin Glesy, Christy Thomas: Containment system for samples of dangerous goods stored at cryogenic temperatures. Roy L Anderson Esq, Jeffers Shaff & Falk, July 4, 2002: US20020083717-A1

A containment system for samples of dangerous goods stored at cryogenic temperatures includes a bag made of a cryogenically compatible polymer film and a porous structural cartridge made of a polypropylene polymer compound for holding a plurality of sample receptacles separate from one another to co ...


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Gregg Emmel: Specimen chamber for a cryogenic shipping container. Roy L Anderson Esq, Jeffers Shaff & Falk, July 4, 2002: US20020083718-A1

A specimen chamber for storing materials in a dewar vessel that uses liquid cryogen is made of an open-celled porous thermoplastic material that is cryogenically compatible, such as an aerated polypropylene foam. The specimen chamber allows liquid cryogen to pass through it into a plastic foam and a ...