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Vincent Le Chevalier Vincent Le Chevalier
Vincent Le Chevalier, Gilbert Fuchsberg, Joseph M Jacobson: Systems, methods and apparatus for content distribution. Firstpaper, Hunton & Williams, May 14, 2009: US20090125413-A1

A system for and method of electronic content distribution is disclosed. Such content may be electronic book content, newspaper content, magazine content, and other types of content. The system includes: a processor having logic configured for filtering electronic content to remove incorrect informa ...


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David Mosley
Joseph M Jacobson, David W Mosley: Templated monolayer polymerization and replication. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Norma E Henderson, December 25, 2007: US07311943 (30 worldwide citation)

A self-replicating monolayer system employing polymerization of monomers or nanoparticle ensembles on a defined template provides a method for synthesis of two-dimensional single molecule polymers. Systems of self-replicating monolayers may be used as templates for the growth of inorganic colloids. ...


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David Mosley
Peter A Carr, Brian Y Chow, Joseph M Jacobson, David W Mosley, Christopher Emig: Methods for high fidelity production of long nucleic acid molecules. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Norma E Henderson, February 1, 2011: US07879580 (9 worldwide citation)

This invention generally relates to nucleic acid synthesis, in particular DNA synthesis. More particularly, the invention relates to the production of long nucleic acid molecules with precise user control over sequence content. This invention also relates to the prevention and/or removal of errors w ...


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David Mosley
Peter A Carr, Brian Y Chow, Joseph M Jacobson, David W Mosley, Christopher Emig: Methods for high fidelity production of long nucleic acid molecules with error control. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Norma E Henderson, April 26, 2011: US07932025 (6 worldwide citation)

This invention generally relates to nucleic acid synthesis, in particular DNA synthesis. More particularly, the invention relates to the production of long nucleic acid molecules with precise user control over sequence content. This invention also relates to the prevention and/or removal of errors w ...


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David Mosley
Peter A Carr, Brian Y Chow, Joseph M Jacobson, David W Mosley, Christopher Emig: Methods for high fidelity production of long nucleic acid molecules with error control. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Norma E Henderson, September 11, 2012: US08263335 (5 worldwide citation)

A method for synthesizing a nucleic acid having a desired sequence and length comprises providing a solid support having an immobilized nucleic acid, performing a nucleic acid addition reaction to elongate the immobilized nucleic acid by adding a nucleotide or an oligonucleotide to the nucleic acid, ...


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David Mosley
Peter A Carr, Brian Y Chow, Joseph M Jacobson, David W Mosley, Christopher Emig: Methods for high fidelity production of long nucleic acid molecules. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Norma E Henderson, June 26, 2012: US08206952 (5 worldwide citation)

In a method for synthesizing a long nucleic acid molecule, a first immobilized nucleic acid has a first 5′ region and a first 3′ region and a second immobilized nucleic acid has a second 5′ region and a second 3′ region. The second 3′ region and the first 5′ region have identical nucleic acid sequen ...


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David Mosley
Peter A Carr, Brian Y Chow, Joseph M Jacobson, David W Mosley, Christopher Emig: Methods for high fidelity production of long nucleic acid molecules. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Norma E Henderson, August 13, 2013: US08507226 (4 worldwide citation)

In a method for synthesizing a pool of nucleic acid molecules, a first nucleic acid has a first 5′ region and a first 3′ region and a second nucleic acid has a second 5′ region and a second 3′ region. The second 3′ region and the first 5′ region have identical nucleic acid sequences. The first 3′ re ...


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David Mosley
Joseph M Jacobson, David W Mosley, Kie Moon Sung: Nanoparticle chains and preparation thereof. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Norma E Henderson, January 13, 2009: US07476442 (1 worldwide citation)

Fabrication and arrangement of nanoparticles into one-dimensional linear chains is achieved by successive chemical reactions, each reaction adding one or more nanoparticles by building onto exposed, unprotected linker functionalities. Optionally, protecting groups may be used to control and organize ...


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David Mosley
Joseph M Jacobson, David W Mosley, Kie Moon Sung: Preparation of nanoparticle chains comprising reacting of functional groups. Massachusetts Institue of Technology, Norma E Henderson, January 22, 2013: US08357424 (1 worldwide citation)

Fabrication and arrangement of nanoparticles into one-dimensional linear chains is achieved by successive chemical reactions, each reaction adding one or more nanoparticles by building onto exposed, unprotected linker functionalities. Optionally, protecting groups may be used to control and organize ...


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David Mosley
Joseph M Jacobson, David W Mosley: Templated monolayer polymerization and replication. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Norma E Henderson, June 18, 2013: US08465803 (1 worldwide citation)

A self-replicating monolayer system employing polymerization of monomers or nanoparticle ensembles on a defined template provides synthesis of two-dimensional single molecule polymers. Systems of self-replicating monolayers are used as templates for growth of inorganic colloids. A preferred embodime ...



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