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Ronald Howard Fox, Arthur James Solman: Temperature measurement. National Research Development Corporation, Cushman Darby and Cushman, January 20, 1976: US03933045 (32 worldwide citation)

The temperature within a body is measured by covering an area of the body surface with a layer of thermal insulation, measuring the temperature with two sensors located respectively at the insulation/body surface interface and at the opposite side of the insulating layer to indicate any temperature ...


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Howard Fox: Meniscus prosthetic device. Active Implants Corporation, Haynes and Boone, June 5, 2012: US08192491 (10 worldwide citation)

A prosthetic device that may be utilized as an artificial meniscus is disclosed. The prosthetic device can restore shock absorption, stability, and function to the knee after the damaged natural meniscus is removed and replaced with the prosthetic device. In some embodiments, the meniscus includes a ...


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Howard Fox: Meniscus prosthetic device. Active Implants, Haynes and Boone, March 13, 2018: US09913724 (1 worldwide citation)

A prosthetic device that may be utilized as an artificial meniscus is disclosed. The prosthetic device can restore shock absorption, stability, and function to the knee after the damaged natural meniscus is removed and replaced with the prosthetic device. In some embodiments, the meniscus includes a ...


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Howard Fox: Meniscus prosthetic device. Active Implants, Haynes and Boone, May 23, 2017: US09655730

A prosthetic device that may be utilized as an artificial meniscus is disclosed. The prosthetic device can restore shock absorption, stability, and function to the knee after the damaged natural meniscus is removed and replaced with the prosthetic device. In some embodiments, the meniscus includes a ...


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Howard Fox: Meniscus prosthetic device. Active Implants, Haynes and Boone, April 26, 2016: US09320606

A prosthetic device that may be utilized as an artificial meniscus is disclosed. The prosthetic device can restore shock absorption, stability, and function to the knee after the damaged natural meniscus is removed and replaced with the prosthetic device. In some embodiments, the meniscus includes a ...


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Nora Sarvetnick, Howard Fox: Pancreatic progenitor 1 gene and its uses. The Scripps Research Institute, Pamela J Sherwood, Bozicevic Field & Francis, June 28, 2005: US06911533

Methods for isolating pancreatic progenitor 1 genes are provided. The pancreatic progenitor 1 nucleic acid compositions find use in identifying homologous or related proteins and the DNA sequences encoding such proteins; in producing compositions that modulate the expression or function of the prote ...


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Howard Fox: Meniscus Prosthetic Device. Active Implants Corporation, Haynes And Boone, April 10, 2008: US20080086210-A1

A prosthetic device that may be utilized as an artificial meniscus is disclosed. The prosthetic device can restore shock absorption, stability, and function to the knee after the damaged natural meniscus is removed and replaced with the prosthetic device. In some embodiments, the meniscus includes a ...


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Nora Sarvetnick, Howard Fox: Pancreatic progenitor 1 gene and its uses. The Scripps Research Institute, Pamela J Sherwood, Bozicevic Field & Francis, April 1, 2003: US06541251

Methods for isolating pancreatic progenitor 1 genes are provided. The pancreatic progenitor 1 nucleic acid compositions find use in identifying homologous or related proteins and the DNA sequences encoding such proteins; in producing compositions that modulate the expression or function of the prote ...


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