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Richard B Bailey Jr: Illuminated recreational board. Michael I Kroll, October 12, 2004: US06802636 (56 worldwide citation)

An illuminated recreational board including a board including a top side, bottom side and peripheral side extending between said top and bottom sides. A plurality of recesses extend into the peripheral side of the board and a plurality of removable LED's positioned within respective ones of the ...


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Richard B Bailey, Dilip K Joshi, Stephen L Michaels, Richard A Wisdom: Production of lactic acid by continuous fermentation using an inexpensive raw material and a simplified method of lactic acid purification. Neurex, Flehr Hohbach Test Albritton & Herbert, September 13, 1988: US04771001 (50 worldwide citation)

The disclosure describes a method for producing lactic acid from carbohydrate-containing media by continuous fermentation utilizing particular methods of media pretreatment, cell-recycle fermentation, fermentation broth acidification, and lactic acid separation.


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Richard B Bailey, Don DiMasi, Jon M Hansen, Peter J Mirrasoul, Craig M Ruecker, George T Veeder III, Tatsuo Kaneko, William R Barclay: Enhanced production of lipids containing polyenoic fatty acid by very high density cultures of eukaryotic microbes in fermentors. Martek Biosciences Boulder Corporation, Sheridan Ross P C, August 19, 2003: US06607900 (48 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a process for growing eukaryotic microorganisms which are capable of producing lipids, in particular lipids containing polyenoic fatty acids. The present invention also provides a process for producing eukaryotic microbial lipids.


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Richard B Bailey, Dilip K Joshi, Stephen L Michaels, Richard A Wisdom: Production of lactic acid by continuous fermentation using an inexpensive raw material and a simplified method of lactic acid purification. Engenics, Flehr Hohbach Test Albritton & Herbert, October 6, 1987: US04698303 (38 worldwide citation)

The invention provides a method for producing lactic acid by continuous fermentation utilizing particular methods of media pretreatment, cell-recycle fermentation, fermentation broth acidification, and lactic acid separation.


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Richard B Bailey, Don DiMasi, Jon M Hansen, Peter J Mirrasoul, Craig M Ruecker, George T Veeder III, Tatsuo Kaneko, William R Barclay: Enhanced production of lipids containing polyenoic fatty acid by very high density cultures of eukaryotic microbes in fermentors. Martek Biosciences Corporation, Sheridan Ross P C, August 25, 2009: US07579174 (13 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a process for growing eukaryotic microorganisms which are capable of producing lipids, in particular lipids containing polyenoic fatty acids. The present invention also provides a process for producing eukaryotic microbial lipids.


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Richard B Bailey, Don DiMasi, Jon M Hansen, Peter J Mirrasoul, Craig M Ruecker, George T Veeder III, Tatsuo Kaneko, William R Barclay: Enhanced production of lipids containing polyenoic fatty acid by very hugh density cultures of eukaryotic microbes in fermentors. Martek Biosciences Corporation, Sheridan Ross PC, June 8, 2010: US07732170 (10 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a process for growing eukaryotic microorganisms which are capable of producing lipids, in particular lipids containing polyenoic fatty acids. The present invention also provides a process for producing eukaryotic microbial lipids.


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Richard B Bailey: Toy bank with coin return. Nilsson Robbins Dalgarn & Berliner, January 11, 1977: US04002335 (9 worldwide citation)

A toy bank is disclosed for accumulating coins while providing the fascination of a spinning-reel mechanism that designates predetermined winning-position combinations which return coins. Coins are returned by a delivery unit incorporating a sliding leaf that is reciprocated under a coin stack by a ...


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Richard B Bailey, Kevin T Madden, Joshua Trueheart: Production of carotenoids in oleaginous yeast and fungi. DSM IP Assets, Choate Hall & Stewart, October 16, 2012: US08288149 (2 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides systems for producing engineered oleaginous yeast or fungi that express carotenoids.


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Richard B Bailey: Sail control system. July 12, 1994: US05327842 (2 worldwide citation)

A device for keeping a lowered sail on the boom, preventing it from falling to the deck, the device being so constructed that it can be deployed for use when lowering the sail, and retracted to lie along the boom when sailing or when the sail cover is to be applied. The retractability of the device ...


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Richard B Bailey, Joshua Trueheart, Kevin T Madden: Production of sterols in oleaginous yeast and fungi. DSM IP Assets, Choate Hall & Stewart, February 5, 2013: US08367395 (2 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides methods for production of one or more sterol compounds. Further provided are methods and systems for producing engineered oleaginous yeast or fungi that are capable of production of one or more sterol compounds, and compositions which utilize the produced sterol compou ...



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