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Joseph M Schor, Ashok Nigalaye, Norman G Gaylord: Sustained release therapeutic compositions based on high molecular weight hydroxypropylmethylcellulose. Forest Laboratories, Jacobs & Jacobs, June 21, 1983: US04389393 (310 worldwide citation)

A carrier base material combined with a therapeutically active medicament and shaped and compressed to a solid unit dosage form having a regular and prolonged release pattern upon administration, the carrier base material being one or more hydroxypropylmethylcelluloses or a mixture of one or more hy ...


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Joseph M Schor, Ashok Nigalaye, Norman G Gaylord: Prolonged release therapeutic compositions based on hydroxypropylmethylcellulose. Forest Laboratories, Jacobs & Jacobs, January 18, 1983: US04369172 (217 worldwide citation)

A carrier base material combined with a therapeutically active medicament and shaped and compressed to a solid unit dosage form having a regular and prolonged release pattern upon administration, the carrier base material being hydroxypropylmethylcellulose or a mixture of hydroxypropylmethylcellulos ...


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Norman G Gaylord: Method for correcting visual defects, compositions and articles of manufacture useful therein. Syntex, Alan M Krubiner, Joseph I Hirsch, October 17, 1978: US04120570 (181 worldwide citation)

Visual defects of the human eye in the form of refractive errors such as myopia, hyperiopia, astigmatism, athakis and keratoconus are corrected by a therapeutic method which includes the step of fitting to the patient's eye a corrective contact lens fabricated from a copolymer of a polysiloxanylalky ...


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Norman G Gaylord: Maleic anhydride-modified polymers and process for preparation thereof. Gaylord Research Institute, Lawrence Rosen, March 19, 1985: US04506056 (116 worldwide citation)

A process for the preparation of carboxyl-containing polymers comprising mixing together maleic anhydride, a free radical initiator, an additive which inhibits the homopolymerization of maleic anhydride but not that of methyl methacrylate below about 100.degree. C. and a polymer, above its melting p ...


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Norman G Gaylord: Compatibilization of hydroxyl-containing fillers and thermoplastic polymers. Champion International Corporation, Roylance Abrams Berdo & Kaul, January 31, 1978: US04071494 (84 worldwide citation)

Hydroxyl-containing filler reinforced thermoplastic polymers, such as polyolefins, are disclosed having improved physical properties such as impact strength, break strength and flexural modulus. The filler is compatibilized with a thermoplastic polymer containing labile atoms by mixing the two toget ...


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John J Park, Leon Katz, Norman G Gaylord: Polypropylene foam sheets. James River Corporation of Virginia, Sixbey Friedman Leedom & Ferguson, May 26, 1992: US05116881 (73 worldwide citation)

A thermoformable, rigid or semi-rigid polypropylene foam sheet having a smooth surface and a uniform cell structure and a density of at least 2.5 lbs/ft.sup.3 is prepared by extruding a mixture of a nucleating agent, a physical blowing agent and a polypropylene resin having a high melt strength and ...


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Stanley S Davis, Norman G Gaylord: Prolonged release drug dosage forms based on modified low viscosity grade hydroxypropylmethylcellulose. Forest Laboratories, Jacobs & Jacobs, September 10, 1985: US04540566 (67 worldwide citation)

A carrier base material combined with a therapeutically active medicament and shaped and compressed to a solid unit dosage form having a controlled and prolonged release pattern upon administration, the carrier base material being a mixture of one or more nonionic cellulose ethers and an anionic sur ...


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John J Park, Leon Katz, Norman G Gaylord: Polypropylene foam sheets. James River Corporation of Virginia, Sixbey Friedman Leedom & Ferguson, January 19, 1993: US05180751 (58 worldwide citation)

A thermoformable, rigid or semi-rigid polypropylene foam sheet having a smooth surface and a uniform cell structure and a density of at least 2.5 lbs/ft.sup.3 is prepared by extruding a mixture of a nucleating agent, a physical blowing agent and a polypropylene resin having a high melt strength and ...


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Almar T Widiger, Charles C Hwo, Norman G Gaylord, Pang Chia Lu: Composition comprising a blend of EVA polymers having differing VA contents; films and laminates made therefrom by extrusion; and heat-sealed food bags made from the laminates. American Can Company, Robert P Auber, Ira S Dorman, January 27, 1981: US04247584 (52 worldwide citation)

Molecularly oriented films, and compositions used therein, comprise blends of a first EVA copolymer having a relatively low VA content, and a second EVA copolymer having a relatively high VA content. The blend exhibits a balance of properties which permit ready processability for orientation, while ...


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Norman G Gaylord: Compatibilization of hydroxyl-containing fillers and thermoplastic polymers. Champion International Corporation, Roylance Abrams Berdo & Farley, March 2, 1982: US04317765 (50 worldwide citation)

Hydroxyl-containing filler reinforced thermoplastic polymers, such as polyolefins, are disclosed having improved physical properties such as impact strength, break strength and flexural modulus. The filler is compatibilized with a thermoplastic polymer containing labile atoms by mixing the two toget ...



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