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Kimihiko Takeo, Tetuya Aoyagi, Akimitsu Tamada: Novel excipient and pharmaceutical composition containing the same. FMC Corporation, Charles H Johnson, June 26, 1979: US04159345 (55 worldwide citation)

An excipient for use in manufacture of tablets, capsules, powders, microgranules and granules which consists essentially of a microcrystalline cellulose having an average degree of polymerization of 60 to 375 and obtained through acid hydrolysis or alkaline oxidative degradation of a celulosic subst ...


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Kimihiko Takeo, Yukikazu Omura: Hydraulic oil composition. FMC Corporation, October 5, 1976: US03984339 (17 worldwide citation)

A hydraulic oil composition having a large Winslow effect containing an electrical insulating oil, a water-soluble electrolyte, a liquid having a high dielectric constant, and microcrystalline cellulose particles.


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Kimihiko Takeo, Tooichiro Hirano, Fumihiko Sato: Processed starch, process for preparing same and use of same in medicines. Asahi Kasei Kogyo Kabushiki Kaisha, Armstrong Nikaido Marmelstein & Kubovcik, May 10, 1983: US04383111 (8 worldwide citation)

A processed starch useful as a disintegrant to be incorporated into medicines is provided. The processed starch consists essentially of substantially non-birefringent starch powder which substantially retains the shell film structure of green starch granules. The starch powder has a particle size di ...


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Yukikazu Omura, Juno Uesugi, Kimihiko Takeo, Tooichiroo Hirano: Tablet compositions. FMC Corporation, Charles H Johnson, June 26, 1979: US04159346 (3 worldwide citation)

A pharmaceutical or other tablet containing a pharmacologically active ingredient in an amount of at least about 75% of the weight of the tablet is formed by a wet-granulation tableting process and involves the use by .beta.-1,4 glucan powder and a particular specified binder.


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Kimihiko Takeo, Tooichiro Hirano, Fumihiko Sato: Processed starch, process for preparing same and use of same in medicines. Asahi Kasei Kogyo Kabushiki Kaisha, Armstrong Nikaido Marmelstein & Kubovcik, May 8, 1984: US04447601 (2 worldwide citation)

A processed starch useful as a disintegrant to be incorporated into medicines is provided. The processed starch consists essentially of substantially non-birefringent starch powder which substantially retains the shell film structure of green starch granules. The starch powder has a particle size di ...



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