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A Todd Leak, Mark Michael Mleziva, Duane Girard Uitenbroek, Monica Signoret Diaz, Lance James Garrett Jr: Laminate material. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Brinks Hofer Gilson & Lione, June 9, 1998: US05763041 (77 worldwide citation)

A laminate suitable for use as the hook component of a hook-and-loop fastener. The laminate comprises a first extensible substantially non-elastic layer and a second layer comprising a nonwoven material. The nonwoven material is prebonded by a number of first spaced-apart bond sites to form first bo ...


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Ann Louise McCormack, Kevin George Hetzler, Karen Lynn English, Billy Ray Jones Jr, Charles John Morell, Wiliam Bela Haffner, Glynis Allicia Walton, Lance James Garrett Jr: Low gauge films and film/nonwoven laminates. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, October 30, 2001: US06309736 (48 worldwide citation)

Disclosed herein is a low gauge, multilayer film which may be laminated to other materials such as, for example, fibrous nonwoven webs. The multilayer film may include one or more skin layers which in certain configurations comprise no more than about 15 percent of the overall thickness and in other ...


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Peiguang Zhou, Lance James Garrett Jr: Materials having controlled shrinkage and patterns and methods of making same. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Patricia A Charlier, May 3, 2005: US06887916 (18 worldwide citation)

A latent material having various controlled shrinkage tensions and patterns and a method of making the same. The materials include polymer materials that are capable of absorbing microwave energy. Different degrees of shrinkage of the material may be controlled to create different tensions in the ma ...


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Richard M Ivey, Thomas M Gentle Jr, Richard L Moore, Michael L Towns, Nicholas Bachur Jr, Robert W Rosenstein, Paul E Goldenbaum, Song Shi, Donald Copertino, James Garrett, Gregory Tice: Diagnosis of sepsis or SIRS using biomarker profiles. Becton Dickinson and Company, Jones Day, January 12, 2010: US07645573 (16 worldwide citation)

The early prediction or diagnosis of sepsis advantageously allows for clinical intervention before the disease rapidly progresses beyond initial stages to the more severe stages, such as severe sepsis or septic shock, which are associated with high mortality. Early prediction or diagnosis is accompl ...


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Mohammed Shoyab, Vicki Lynn McDonald, James Garrett Bradley, Gregory D Plowman: Fanphiregulins: a family of heparin-binding epithelial cell growth factors. Bristol Myers Squibb Company, Pennie & Edmonds, November 3, 1998: US05830995 (14 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed to a family of heparin-binding epithelial cell growth factors termed amphiregulins (AR). In particular, it relates to the isolation of AR genes from different animal species, expression of the genes, identification of various forms of biologically active AR products ...


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Mark Fisher, James Garrett, Armando Martinez, An Nguyen: Wireless speaker system. Harman International, Brooks Kushman P C, January 10, 2017: US09544689 (9 worldwide citation)

A wireless speaker system may include a primary speaker including a first transceiver and a second transceiver and programmed to receive audio data from a user device at the first transceiver, and at least one secondary speaker including a receiver and programmed to receive a wireless signal includi ...


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Oscar R Mitchell, Robert Bradford Cohen, Eleanor Coy, Rajat Datta, Randall Findley, James Garrett, Richard Goble, Greg North, Daniel Reents, Leslie Zsohar: Application-specific information-processing method, system, and apparatus. nCipher Corporation, John A Fortkort, Fortkort & Houston P C, March 22, 2011: US07913261 (8 worldwide citation)

An information-processing method for application-specific processing of messages. A message is received. Whether the message is in a selected application format is ascertained. If not, the message is routed to a next location. If so, the message is routed to a selected application processor, process ...


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James Garrett: Technique for combining in-rush current limiting and short circuit current limiting. Fairchild Semiconductor Corporation, Cesari and McKenna, Edwin H Paul Esq, July 20, 2010: US07760479 (7 worldwide citation)

A circuit that protects from high power-on in-rush currents and short circuits. The circuit has a pass transistor and a parallel smaller transistor. A comparator senses when an output voltage crosses a reference and turns off the pass transistor and turns on the parallel smaller transistor. The para ...


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Richard M Ivey, Thomas M Gentle Jr, Richard L Moore, Michael L Towns, Gary Siuzdak, Elizabeth J Want, Zhouxin Shen, Nicholas Bachur Jr, Robert W Rosenstein, James G Nadeau, Paul E Goldenbaum, Song Shi, Donald Copertino, James Garrett, Gregory Tice: Mass spectrometry techniques for determining the status of sepsis in an individual. Becton Dickinson and Company, Jones Day, January 12, 2010: US07645613 (5 worldwide citation)

Mass spectrometry techniques for determining the status of sepsis in an individual are provided. A biomarker profile resolved from a biological sample, taken from the individual, using a mass spectrometry technique is compared to a reference biomarker profile. A single such comparison classifies the ...


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Richard M Ivey, Thomas M Gentle Jr, Richard L Moore, Michael L Towns, Nicholas Bachur Jr, Robert W Rosenstein, James G Nadeau, Paul E Goldenbaum, Song Shi, Donald Copertino, James Garrett, Gregory Tice, Gary Siuzdak, Elizabeth Want, Zhouxin Shen: Method of predicting the onset of sepsis in SIRS-positive individuals using mass spectrometry. Becton Dickinson and Company, December 15, 2009: US07632685 (5 worldwide citation)

Mass spectrometry techniques for determining the status of sepsis in an individual are provided. A biomarker profile resolved from a biological sample, taken from the individual, using a mass spectrometry technique is compared to a reference biomarker profile. A single such comparison classifies the ...