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Henry V Huang, Robin Levis, Charles M Rice, Sondra Schlesinger, Ping Shen, Cheng Xiong: Infectious Sindbis virus vectors. Washington University, Rogers Howell & Haferkamp, June 8, 1993: US05217879 (106 worldwide citation)

Compositions and methods are disclosed for expressing heterologous coding sequences in host cells. The compositions include infectious Sindbis virus RNA molecules containing at least one heterologous coding sequence inserted within the structural region of the Sindbis virus genome. RNA molecules con ...


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Sondra Schlesinger, Henry V Huang, Robin Levis, Barbara Weiss, Manuel Tsiang: Sindbis virus vectors. Washington University, February 25, 1992: US05091309 (87 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to RNA vectors comprising Sindbis virus DI RNA having inserted therein heterologous RNA. The vectors of the present invention provide for the cloning and expression of heterologous RNA in eucaryotic cells as well as the packaging of heterologous RNA into viral particles ...


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Henry V Huang: Automated method for quantitative analysis of biological fluids. Fischer Tachner & Strauss, April 27, 1982: US04327073 (58 worldwide citation)

A method for the simultaneous and rapid quantitative analysis of biological fluids for a plurality of substances, each of which undergoes at least one reaction with a respective cognate compound. Typical substances include hormones, enzymes, and viruses. The method comprises binding each of a plural ...


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Dilip K Nag, Henry V Huang, Douglas E Berg: DNA transposon TN5SEQ1. Washington University, Scott J Meyer, August 11, 1992: US05137829 (11 worldwide citation)

A novel transposon useful for sequencing long DNAs is disclosed which comprises a partial sequence of transposon Tn5 with the oligonucleotide primers from phages SP6 and T7 inserted near the opposite ends, respectively, of said transposon Tn5.


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Dilip K Nag, Henry V Huang, Douglas E Berg: DNA transposon Tn5seq1. Washington University, Scott J Meyer, February 9, 1999: US05869296 (10 worldwide citation)

A novel transposon useful for sequencing long DNAs is disclosed which comprises a partial sequence of transposon Tn5 with the oligonucleotide primers from phages SP6 and T7 inserted near the opposite ends, respectively, of said transposon Tn5.


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Dilip K Nag, Henry V Huang, Douglas E Berg: Method of DNA sequencing using DNA transposon Tn5seql. Washington University, Scott J Meyer, May 18, 1993: US05212080 (10 worldwide citation)

A novel transposon useful for sequencing long DNAs is disclosed which comprises a partial sequence of transposon Tn5 with the oligonucleotide primers from phages SP6 and T7 inserted near the opposite ends, respectively, of said transposon Tn5.


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Suhas H Phadnis, Henry V Huang, Doulgas E Berg: DNA transposon TN5SUPF in plasmid pBRG1310. Washington University, Scott J Meyer, May 31, 1994: US05316946 (2 worldwide citation)

A small, novel transposon useful for mutagenesis and sequencing DNAs cloned in phage .lambda. is disclosed which comprises a transposon having at each terminus a segment of 19 nucleotides selected from the group consisting of the O-end and I-end sequences of Tn5, at least one restriction enzyme site ...