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Carey V Campbell, Alvaro J Laguna, Mark S Spencer: Balloon catheter device. Gore Enterprise Holdings, Wayne D House, September 19, 2000: US06120477 (174 worldwide citation)

Balloon catheters having the strength and maximum inflated diameter characteristics of an angioplasty balloon and having the recovery characteristics during deflation of an elastic embolectomy balloon. The balloon catheter can be made in very small sizes and has a lubricious and chemically inert out ...


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Carey V Campbell, Alvaro J Laguna, Mark S Spencer: Balloon catheter device. W L Gore & Associates, Wayne D House, February 9, 1999: US05868704 (82 worldwide citation)

Balloon catheters having the strength and maximum inflated diameter characteristics of an angioplasty balloon and having the recovery characteristics during deflation of an elastic embolectomy balloon. The balloon catheter can be made in very small sizes and has a lubricious and chemically inert out ...


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Carey V Campbell, Alvaro J Laguna, Mark S Spencer: Balloon catheter device. Gore Enterprise Holdings, Morgan & Finnegan L, Wayne D House, Kenneth H Sonnenfeld, August 2, 2005: US06923827 (45 worldwide citation)

Balloon catheters having the strength and maximum inflated diameter characteristics of an angioplasty balloon and having the recovery characteristics during deflation of an elastic embolectomy balloon. The balloon catheter can be made in very small sizes and has a lubricious and chemically inert out ...


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Mark S Spencer, Edward Rubin: Jacket material for protection of electrical conductors. W L Gore & Associates, David J Johns, May 21, 1996: US05519172 (38 worldwide citation)

The present invention is an improved jacketing material for all forms of electro-magnetic energy conductors. The jacket material of the present invention comprises a silicone material that is imbibed into a porous polymer, such as expanded polytetrafluoroethylene, to produce a flexible and durable c ...


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Mark S Spencer, Edward A Rubin: Jacket material for protection of electrical conductors. W L Gore & Associates, Carol A Lewis White, December 8, 1998: US05846355 (33 worldwide citation)

The present invention is an improved jacketing material for all forms of electro-magnetic energy conductors. The jacket material of the present invention comprises a silicone material that is imbibed into a porous polymer, such as expanded polytetrafluoroethylene, to produce a flexible and durable c ...


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James R Hanrahan, Michael P Kienzle, Mark S Spencer: Electrically conductive polytetrafluoroethylene article. W L Gore & Associates, Victor M Genco Jr, May 18, 1999: US05904978 (10 worldwide citation)

An electrically conductive composite article is provided having a polytetrafluoroethylene fibril matrix and a predetermined volume. The electrically conductive composite article comprises electrically conductive particles, and electrically nonconductive, energy expanded hollow polymeric particles. T ...


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Mark S Spencer: Planar cable array. W L Gore & Associates, Gary A Samuels, March 5, 1996: US05496970 (5 worldwide citation)

This invention provides a high-density planar contact array capable of interconnecting various electronic devices using a pad to pad approach or pad to pin, which is capable of accommodating non-coplanarity in the Z axis of printed circuit boards but which still maintains good electrical contact.


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Mark S Spencer: Planar cable array. W L Gore & Associates, Gary A Samuels, September 12, 1995: US05449862 (3 worldwide citation)

This invention provides a high-density planar contact array capable of interconnecting various electronic devices using a pad to pad approach or pad to pin, and which is capable of accommodating non-coplanarity in the Z axis of printed circuit boards but which still maintains good electrical contact ...


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Carey V Campbell, Alvaro J Laguna, Mark S Spencer: Balloon catheter device. Wayne E House, W L Gore & Associates, November 30, 2006: US20060271091-A1

Balloon catheters are provided having the balloon length is substantially surrounded by an elastic cover. The balloon and the cover maintain a substantially and circular cross-section along the balloon length during inflation. The cross section is able to maintain a uniform size down the length of t ...


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Carey V Campbell, Alvaro J Laguna, Mark S Spencer: Balloon catheter device. Gore Enterprise Holdings, March 15, 2007: US20070061000-A1

Balloon catheters having the strength and maximum inflated diameter characteristics of an angioplasty balloon and having the recovery characteristics during deflation of an elastic embolectomy balloon. The balloon catheter can be made in very small sizes and has a lubricious and chemically inert out ...