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Michael R Clark, Musa Mustafa: Six degree of freedom graphic object controller. Apple Computer, Tim Casey, March 10, 1992: US05095303 (204 worldwide citation)

A six degrees of freedom interactive display controller device is disclosed, comprising a hand manipulable housing unit having an opening for the passage of a mouse ball, two motion detectors for detecting the movement of the mouse ball and converting that motion to output signals controlling the tr ...


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Michael R Clark, Alan C Kay, Thomas Ferrara: Anti-rotation mechanism for direct manipulation position input controller for computer. Apple Computer, Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman, February 13, 1996: US05491477 (87 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for inputting and controlling the position of a pointer on a computer screen without permitting any rotation of the apparatus relative to the marker is described. The apparatus comprises a pantagraph device, namely a plate, connect by two arms to a gripable element, and by a separate tw ...


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Michael R Clark: Three degree of freedom graphic object controller. Apple Computer, Timothy Casey, July 21, 1992: US05132672 (69 worldwide citation)

A three degrees of freedom interactive display controller device is disclosed, comprising a hand manipulable housing unit having an opening for the passage of a mouse ball, two motion detectors for detecting the movement of the mouse ball and converting that motion to output signals controlling the ...


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Sarah L Bolt, Michael R Clark, Scott D Gorman, Edward G Routledge, Herman Waldmann: Humanized anti-CD3 specific antibodies. British Technology Group, Nixon & Vanderhye, December 17, 1996: US05585097 (48 worldwide citation)

Novel aglycosylated antibodies having a binding affinity for the CD3 antigen complex are of value for use in therapy, particularly in immunosuppression.


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Michael R Clark, Dominick Tringali, Fredrick E Woodlief, Miklos J Orosz: Door mounted circuit breaker operating apparatus. Square D Company, A Sidney Johnston, Richard T Guttman, September 16, 1986: US04612424 (36 worldwide citation)

The invention has an enclosure, a circuit breaker mounted inside the enclosure, and a hand lever rotatably mounted upon a door of the enclosure. A drive shaft is rotatably attached at a first end to the circuit breaker so that rotation of the drive shaft operates the circuit breaker. When the door i ...


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Michael R Clark: Dead bolt combination lock and push-pull lock, each with integrated re-locking features, lock with auxiliary security features, and lock keypad with tamper detection and response features. Sargent & Greenleaf, Thelen Reid & Priest, January 25, 2000: US06016677 (33 worldwide citation)

A dead bolt lock automatically blocks the extended bolt to prevent externally-applied force from thrusting the bolt back into the lock case, and in the event of physical attack the lock responds by prolonging or perpetuating the dead bolt blocking condition. A push-pull lock has a bolt whose motion ...


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Sarah L Bolt, Michael R Clark, Scott D Gorman, Edward G Routledge, Herman Waldmann: Humanized anti-CD3 specific antibodies. BTG International, Nixon & Vanderhye P C, March 16, 2004: US06706265 (25 worldwide citation)

Novel aglycosylated antibodies having a binding affinity for the CD3 antigen complex are of value for use in therapy, particularly in immunosuppression.


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Herman Waldmann, Michael R Clark, Gregory P Winter, Lutz Riechmann: Antibodies to the antigen campath-1. British Technology Group, Nixon & Vanderhye, December 8, 1998: US05846534 (23 worldwide citation)

An antibody is produced, which will bind effectively with the antigen Campath-1, and which has at least one complementarity determining region of rat origin, as identified in FIG. 2, which may be combined with a range of different foreign variable domain framework regions as desired, including frame ...


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Herman Waldmann, Michael R Clark, Gregory P Winter, Lutz Riechmann: Antibodies to the antigen Campath-1. BTG International, Nixon & Vanderhye, May 27, 2003: US06569430 (17 worldwide citation)

An antibody is produced, which will bind effectively with the antigen Campath-1, and which has at least one complementarity determining region of rat origin, as identified in FIG.


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Frank F Molock, Annie C Maiden, Xiaoping Lin, Carrie L Caison, Michael R Clark, Robert Love: Macromer forming catalysts. Johnson & Johnson Vision Care, Karen Harding, September 30, 2008: US07429623 (15 worldwide citation)

The invention is the method of preparing macromer for use in making ophthalmic lenses comprising combining two or more monomers and using a macromer-forming catalyst, wherein the macromer-forming catalyst comprises triethylamine or bismuth.