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Chantalat Jeannette, Liu Jue Chen, Hauschild James E, Ming Xintian, Southall Michael, Sun Ying: Electricity-generating particulates and the use thereof. Johnson & Johnson Consumer Companies, Chantalat Jeannette, Liu Jue Chen, Hauschild James E, Ming Xintian, Southall Michael, Sun Ying, JOHNSON Philip S, April 9, 2009: WO/2009/045720 (10 worldwide citation)

The invention features a galvanic particulate including a first conductive material and a second conductive material, wherein both the first conductive material and the second conductive material are exposed on the surface of the particulate, wherein the particle size of the particulate is from abou ...


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Erneta Modesto, Diluccio Robert, Ming Xintian: Antimicrobial polymer compositions and the use thereof. Ethicon, Erneta Modesto, Diluccio Robert, Ming Xintian, 0OHNSON Philip S, November 23, 2006: WO/2006/125098 (6 worldwide citation)

An antimicrobial composition comprising: a complex of an anionic polyester with an antimicrobial cationic surfactant, wherein the anionic polyester has at least one carboxylic group. A medical device having an antimicrobial composition comprising: a complex of an anionic polyester with an antimicrob ...


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Ming Xintian, Rothenburger Stephen J: Antimicrobial composition. Ethicon, Ming Xintian, Rothenburger Stephen J, JOHNSON Philip S, November 23, 2006: WO/2006/125099 (5 worldwide citation)

An antimicrobial composition comprising (a) a cationic surfactant derived from the condensation of fatty acids and esterified dibasic amino acids, such as lauric arginate, and (b) an antimicrobial metal, such as elemental silver or alloys thereof or silver compounds. The composition may be used as a ...


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Ming Xintian, Rothenburger Stephen J: Antimicrobial composition comprising a cationic surfacant and an iodinated sulpone compound. Ethicon, Ming Xintian, Rothenburger Stephen J, JOHNSON Philip S, November 23, 2006: WO/2006/125121 (5 worldwide citation)

An antimicrobial composition comprising (a) a cationic surfactant derived from the condensation of fatty acids and esterified dibasic amino acids, such as lauric arginate, and (b) an iodinated sulfone compound such as diiodomethyl-p-tolylsulfone. The composition may be used as a stand-alone antimicr ...


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Rothenburger Stephen J, Ming Xintian: Antimicrobial composition. Ethicon, Rothenburger Stephen J, Ming Xintian, JOHNSON Philip S, February 1, 2007: WO/2007/014087 (4 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a stabilized antimicrobial composition comprising (a) polymeric polyguaternary ammonium compounds and (b) an antimicrobial metal, such as elemental silver, alloys thereof or silver compounds. The antimicrobial composition may be used as a stand-alone composition, in an antimicrobial for ...


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Ming Xintian, King Robert William, Payne Jan: Composition having bacteristatic and bactericidal activity against bacterial spores and vegetative cells and process for treating foods therewith. Rhodia, BREW Michael R, January 23, 2003: WO/2003/005963 (1 worldwide citation)

Antibacterial compositions effective against both positive and gram negative vegetative bacteria plus harmful gram positive sporeforming bacteria include propionibacterial metabolites in combination with two or more of the following: a lantibiotic, a lytic enzyme, and an organic acid or its salt. Me ...


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CHANTALAT JEANNETTE, LIU JUE CHEN, HAUSCHILD JAMES E, MING XINTIAN, SOUTHALL MICHAEL, SUN YING: [fr] Particules produisant de lélectricité et leur utilisation, [de] Stromerzeugende Teilchen und Verwendung davon, [en] ELECTRICITY-GENERATING PARTICULATES AND THE USE THEREOF. JOHNSON & JOHNSON CONSUMER, November 6, 2013: EP2659896-A2

[en] The invention features a galvanic particulate including a first conductive material and a second conductive material, wherein both the first conductive material and the second conductive material are exposed on the surface of the particulate, wherein the particle size of the particulate is from ...


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CHANTALAT JEANNETTE , LIU JUE CHEN , HAUSCHILD JAMES E , MING XINTIAN , SOUTHALL MICHAEL , SUN YING : [fr] Particules produisant de lélectricité pou le traitement de transpiration excessive, [de] Stromerzeugende Teilchen zur Behandlung von exzessivem Schwitzen, [en] Electricity-generating particulates for use in excessive sweating. JOHNSON & JOHNSON CONSUMER , July 16, 2014: EP2754445-A2

[en] The invention features a galvanic particulate, for use in a method of excessive sweating, including a first conductive material and a second conductive material, wherein both the first conductive material and the second conductive material are exposed on the surface of the particulate, wherein ...


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Chantalat Jeannette, Liu Jue Chen, Hauschild James E, Ming Xintian, Southall Michael, Sun Ying: Electricity-generating particulates and the use thereof. Johnson & Johnson Consumer, June 30, 2010: EP2200619-A2

The invention features a galvanic particulate including a first conductive material and a second conductive material, wherein both the first conductive material and the second conductive material are exposed on the surface of the particulate, wherein the particle size of the particulate is from abou ...


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Ming Xintian, Rothenburger Stephen J: Antimicrobial composition. Ethicon, October 3, 2000: EP1998615-A2

An antimicrobial composition comprising (a) a cationic surfactant derived from the condensation of fatty acids and esterified dibasic amino acids, such as lauric arginate and (b) an antibiotic, such as of beta-lactam antibiotics, polypeptides, quinolones. The composition may be used as a stand alone ...