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Patrick Aebischer, Paul C DiCesare, Moses Goddard, Paul J Mulhauser: Renewable neural implant device and method. Brown University Research Foundation, James F Haley Jr Esq, Ivor R Fish & Neave Elrifi Esq, September 10, 1996: US05554148 (201 worldwide citation)

Refillable immunoisolatory neurological therapy devices for local and controlled delivery of a biologically active factor to the brain of a patient. The devices include a cell chamber adapted for infusion with nsecretory cells and having at least one semipermeable or permselective surface across whi ...


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Patrick Aebischer, Moses Goddard, John G Moldauer, Paul J Mulhauser, Anne M Rathbun, Paul R Sanberg, Alfred V Vasconcellos, Nicholas F Warner: Implantable therapy systems and methods. Brown University Research Foundation, Ivor R Elrifi, Barbara A Ruskin, Fish & Neave, January 30, 1996: US05487739 (165 worldwide citation)

Implantable therapy systems are disclosed for the local and controlled delivery of a biologically active factor to the brain, spinal cord and other target regions of a subject suffering from a debilitating condition. The method of the invention involves surgically exposing an insertion site, general ...


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Nicholas Warner, Moses Goddard, John Mills: Microdrive for use in stereotactic surgery. CytoTherpeutics, Ivor R Elrifi, Mintz Levin, February 16, 1999: US05871487 (161 worldwide citation)

A microdrive apparatus useful in human stereotactic surgery is disclosed. Such apparatus permits safe and accurate placement of a surgical instrument, such as a cannula, into a portion of the central nervous system, e.g. the brain and spinal cord, of a patient by simple mechanical operation.


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Patrick Aebischer, Moses Goddard, John G Moldauer, Paul J Mulhauser, Anne M Rathbun, Paul R Sanberg, Alfred V Vasconcellos, Nicholas F Warner: Implantable therapy systems and methods. Brown University Research Foundation, Ivor R Elrifi, John T Prince, Mintz Levin Cohn Ferris Glovsky and Popeo P C, January 30, 2001: US06179826 (52 worldwide citation)

Implantable therapy systems are disclosed for the local and controlled delivery of a biologically active factor to the brain, spinal cord and other target regions of a subject suffering from a dibilatating condition. The method of the invention involves surgically exposing an insertion site, general ...


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Nicholas Warner, Moses Goddard, John Mills: Microdrive for use in stereotactic surgery. CytoTherapeutics, Ivor Elrifi, Bruce F Jacobs, July 1, 1997: US05643286 (40 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed to microdrive apparatus useful in human stereotactic surgery. Such apparatus permits safe and accurate placement of a surgical instrument, such as a cannula, into a portion of the central nervous system, e.g. the brain and spinal cord, of a patient by simple mechani ...