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Joseph J Marcinko, John R Robertson: Self-release binder system. Imperial Chemical, September 10, 1996: US05554438 (8 worldwide citation)

A self-release binder system comprising (a) an organic polyisocyanate binder; and (b) a composition comprising (i) a wax and (ii) a fatty acid.


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Joseph J Marcinko: Polyurethane extended nip press blanket. Beloit Corporation, Dirk J Veneman, Raymond W Campbell, David J Archer, July 31, 1990: US04944844 (7 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a press blanket for pressing water from a formed web which extends through an extended nip defined by an elongate press shoe and a cooperating backing roll. The blanket includes a single layer of fiber reinforced urethane which defines an endless loop. The layer coop ...


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Anthony A Parker, Joseph J Marcinko: Protein-containing emulsions and adhesives, and manufacture and use thereof. Biopolymer Technologies, Goodwin Procter, August 27, 2013: US08519031 (5 worldwide citation)

This invention provides emulsions and adhesives comprising proteins that can be isolated from a variety of sources including renewable plant biomass, and methods of making and using such emulsions and adhesives.


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Anthony A Parker, Joseph J Marcinko: Protein-containing adhesives, and manufacture and use thereof. Biopolymer Technologies, Goodwin Procter, December 23, 2014: US08916668 (4 worldwide citation)

The invention provides protein adhesives and methods of making and using such adhesives. The protein adhesives contain ground plant meal or an isolated polypeptide composition obtained from plant biomass.


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Anthony A Parker, Joseph J Marcinko: Protein-containing foams, manufacture and use thereof. Biopolymer Technologies, Goodwin Procter, January 7, 2014: US08623931 (4 worldwide citation)

The invention relates generally to protein-containing polyurethane foams, methods and compositions for making the polyurethane foams, and articles comprising the polyurethane foams.


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Anthony A Parker, Joseph J Marcinko: Protein-containing adhesives, and manufacture and use thereof. Biopolymer Technologies, Goodwin Procter, August 16, 2016: US09416303 (2 worldwide citation)

The invention provides protein adhesives and methods of making and using such adhesives. The protein adhesives contain ground plant meal or an isolated polypeptide composition obtained from plant biomass.


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Anthony A Parker, Joseph J Marcinko: Protein-containing emulsions and adhesives, and manufacture and use thereof. Biopolymer Technologies, Goodwin Procter, April 12, 2016: US09309444 (2 worldwide citation)

This invention provides emulsions and adhesives comprising proteins that can be isolated from a variety of sources including renewable plant biomass, and methods of making and using such emulsions and adhesives.


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Joseph J Marcinko, Anthony A Parker, Herbert R Gillis: Alternative moisture cure catalysts and cold curing polyisocyanate adhesives prepared therefrom. Huntsman International, Nicole Graham, April 12, 2005: US06878795 (1 worldwide citation)

Cold curing polyisocyanate adhesive compositions suitable for use in the preparation of engineered lumber composites. Additionally provided are catalysts comprising tertiary amine alkoxylates that are reduced in or substantially free of isocyanate-reactive hydroxylic or amine hydrogen atoms. Further ...


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Anthony A Parker, Joseph J Marcinko: Protein adhesives containing an anhydride, carboxylic acid, and/or carboxylate salt compound and their use. Evertree, Goodwin Procter, January 23, 2018: US09873823

The invention provides protein adhesives, and methods of making and using such adhesives. The protein adhesives contain a protein-bonding agent and plant protein composition, such as an isolated water-soluble protein fraction or ground plant meal obtained from plant biomass. The protein-bonding agen ...


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Anthony A Parker, Joseph J Marcinko: Protein-containing adhesives, and manufacture and use thereof. EVERTREE, Goodwin Procter, November 14, 2017: US09816019

The invention provides protein adhesives and methods of making and using such adhesives. The protein adhesives contain ground plant meal or an isolated polypeptide composition obtained from plant biomass.



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