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Meyerhoff Mark E, Cha Wansik, Hwang Sang Yeul, Reynolds Melissa M: Polymer compositions, coatings and devices, and methods of making and using the same. The Regents Of The University Of Michigan, Meyerhoff Mark E, Cha Wansik, Hwang Sang Yeul, Reynolds Melissa M, Michigan Critical Care Consultants, DIERKER Julia Church, June 7, 2007: WO/2007/064895 (17 worldwide citation)

The disclosure provides for a biocompatible, thromboresistant coating including a chalcogenide compound that induces nitric oxide formation; and a biocompatible matrix incorporating the chalcogenide compound. Devices incorporating such coatings, and methods of making and using such coatings are also ...


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Meyerhoff Mark E, Reynolds Melissa M, Oh Bong K, Cha Wansik, Frost Megan, Hwang Sangyeul, Sim Sylvie, Wu Yidou: Generation of nitric oxide in situ at substrate/blood interfaces and nitric oxide sensor for detecting nitrosothiols. The Regents Of The University Of Michigan, Meyerhoff Mark E, Reynolds Melissa M, Oh Bong K, Cha Wansik, Frost Megan, Hwang Sangyeul, Sim Sylvie, Wu Yidou, DIERKER Julia Church, October 13, 2005: WO/2005/094913 (13 worldwide citation)

A material includes a surface and a reactive agent that is located at the surface of the material, covalently attached to a backbone of the material, and/or located within the material. The reactive agent has nitrite reductase activity, nitrate reductase activity, and/or nitrosothiol reductase activ ...


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Merz Scott I, Reynolds Melissa, Meyerhoff Mark E, Lahann Joerg, Nandivada Himabindu, Hwang Sangyeul: Nitric oxide coatings for medical devices. Mc3, The Regents Of The University Of Michigan, Merz Scott I, Reynolds Melissa, Meyerhoff Mark E, Lahann Joerg, Nandivada Himabindu, Hwang Sangyeul, KAVANAUGH Theresa C, January 11, 2007: WO/2007/005910 (9 worldwide citation)

The disclosure provides for devices and coatings that are substantially free of organic solvent sand suitable for insertion into a patient, and that comprise a metal layer and a coating with a thickness of about 20 nm to about 2000 nm wherein the coating comprises a biocompatible polymer comprising ...


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CHA Kyoung Ha, JENSEN Gary C, COHAN Bruce E, MEYERHOFF Mark E: [fr] PROCÉDÉ POUR DÉTERMINER LA CONCENTRATION EN GLUCOSE DES LARMES À LAIDE DES BÂTONNETS DIAGNOSTIQUES DE LA GLYCÉMIE, [en] METHOD FOR DETERMINING TEAR GLUCOSE CONCENTRATION WITH BLOOD GLUCOSE TEST STRIPS. THE REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, MANSFIELD Stephanie M, October 2, 2014: WO/2014/160210 (9 worldwide citation)

[en] A method for determining glucose concentration in tear fluid includes providing a blood glucose test strip having glucose dehydrogenase as an active enzyme provided therein, receiving a tear fluid sample via fluid communication of the blood glucose test strip with an eye region of a subject, an ...


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Zhou Zhengrong, Meyerhoff Mark E, Reynolds Melissa M: Multi-functional biocompatible coatings for intravascular devices. The Regents Of The University Of Michigan, Zhou Zhengrong, Meyerhoff Mark E, Reynolds Melissa M, Michigan Critical Care Consultants, DIERKER Julia Church, March 2, 2006: WO/2006/023693 (8 worldwide citation)

A polymeric coating is adapted to substantially eliminate thrombus formation when in contact with blood. The polymeric coating includes a first polymeric layer and a second polymeric layer. Interposed between the first and second polymeric layers is a polymeric matrix layer doped with at least one o ...


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Ramamurthy Narayanan, Meyerhoff Mark E, Baugh Robert P, Larkin Colin P: Ion-selective solid-state polymeric membrane electrodes. Medtronic, Univ Michigan, March 5, 2003: EP1287345-A2 (3 worldwide citation)

An improved ion-sensing electrode for detecting ions or polyions is provided having an electrically conducting member sheathed or coated with a layer of insulation except at an exposed, uninsulated area, where the insulation free surface of the electrically conducting member is texturized, and a pol ...


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Ma Shu Ching, Meyerhoff Mark E, Yang Victor C: Electrode selective a membrane polymerique, pour lheparine, Heparin-selective polymeric membrane electrode. The Board Of Regents Acting For And On Behalf Of The University Of Michi, The Board Of Regents Acting For And On Behalf Of The University Of Michi, SMART & BIGGAR, September 16, 1993: CA2117692 (1 worldwide citation)

An anion exchange membrane (15) for ionic macromolecules, specifically heparin, which is formed of a polymeric matrix material, an anion exchange material suitable for heparin detection, and a plasticizer can be employed in an electrochemical sensor arrangement to directly measure the concentration ...


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Meyerhoff Mark E, Batchelor Melissa M, Oh Bong Kyun: Biocatalytic and biomimetic generation of nitric oxide in situ at substrate/blood interfaces. Univ Michigan, November 5, 2003: EP1357936-A1

Biocompatible materials that have the ability to release nitric oxide (NO) in situ at the surface-blood interface when in contact with blood. The materials which may be polymers (e.g., polyurethane, poly(vinyl chloride), silicone rubbers), metals, such as stainless steel, carbon, and the like are pr ...


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Cohan Bruce E, Cha Geun Sig, Meyerhoff Mark E, Nam Hakhyun, Gillespie Donald E, Cui Gang, Kim Jong Sik, Flanders Zvi: Monitoring blood substances using self-sampled tears. Eyelab Group, January 5, 2005: EP1492448-A2

A method and apparatus for non-invasively determining the concentration of a substance in blood, such as glucose, include a sample portion arranged for contacting an eye region of a user to obtain a tear fluid sample, a sensor in communication with the sample portion for generating a signal related ...


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Ma Shu Ching, Meyerhoff Mark E, Yang Victor C: Heparin-selective polymeric membrane. Univ Michigan, June 5, 1996: EP0714507-A1

An anion exchange membrane (15) for ionic macromolecules, specifically heparin, which is formed of a polymeric matrix material and an anion exchange material suitable for heparin detection can be employed in an electrochemical sensor arrangement to directly measure the concentration of heparin ions ...



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