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Peter H Brown, Federico D Carvallo, Robert C Dinwoodie, Michael T Dueber, David K Hayashi, R G Krishnamurthy, Zohar M Merchant, James J Myrick, Richard S Silver, Chrisanthus Thomas: Enzymatic method for preparing transesterified oils. Kraft General Foods, Fitch Even Tabin & Flannery, February 22, 1994: US05288619 (108 worldwide citation)

An enzymatic transesterification method for preparing a margarine oil having both low trans- acid and low intermediate chain fatty acid content is disclosed. The method includes the steps of providing a transesterification reaction mixture containing a stearic acid source material and an edible liqu ...


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Richard S Silver, Pamela M Bunting, William G Moon, Willard P Acheson: Bacteria and its use in a microbial profile modification process. Chevron Research Company, S R La Paglia, W K Turner, P L McGarrigle Jr, January 24, 1989: US04799545 (36 worldwide citation)

The present invention is a bacteria and its use in a Microbial Enhanced Oil Recovery (MEOR) process. Any one of two newly isolated strains of bacteria are injected downhole in a petroleum reservoir to modify its profile. This bacteria has the capability to plug the zones of higher permeability withi ...


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Richard S Silver, Pamela M Bunting: Phosphate compound that is used in a microbial profile modification process. Chevron Research Company, E J Keeling, E A Schaal, March 6, 1990: US04906575 (36 worldwide citation)

The present invention is a phosphate compound for use in a bacterial nutrient medium. The medium is injected downhole in a petroleum formation along with a bacteria (or its spore) and provides the bacteria with growth nutrients. The nutrient solution contains a phosphate compound which: will not pre ...


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Richard S Silver, Pamela M Bunting: Phosphate compound that is used in a microbial profile modification process. Chevron Research Company, Edward J Keeling, Ernest A Schaal, August 14, 1990: US04947932 (31 worldwide citation)

The present invention is a phosphate compound for use in a bacterial nutrient medium. The medium is injected downhole in a petroleum formation along with a bacteria (or its spore) and provides the bacteria with growth nutrients. The nutrient solution contains a phosphate compound which: will not pre ...


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Richard S Silver: Saccharification method. Gulf Research & Development Company, Deane E Keith, Forrest D Stine, Donald L Rose, October 11, 1983: US04409329 (21 worldwide citation)

Enzymic conversion of cellulose under mechanical shear rate of from 50,000 to 200,000 feet/minute/foot as imparted to the cellulose by a series of rotors and stators mounted in the reaction vessel improves yield of simple sugars.


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Mark Stuart Miller, Leslie George West, Robert Charles Dinwoodie, Richard S Silver: Two-stage method for preparing polyol fatty acid polyesters. Kraft Foods, Fitch Even Tabin & Flannery, October 28, 1997: US05681948 (20 worldwide citation)

A two-stage method for the preparation of polyol fatty acid polyesters is provided. The resulting polyol fatty acid polyesters are very lightly colored (i.e., colorless to slightly yellow) and have a high degree of substitution with fatty acid groups. The first stage of this two-stage method is a so ...


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Ronald L Meibach, Dale A Kyser, Gary F Smith, David Kaganoff, Ronald D Gee, Thomas A Nosek, Richard S Silver: Manufacture of particulate natural cheese without block formation. Kraft Foods, Fitch Even Tabin & Flannery, June 30, 1998: US05773054 (9 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed to a method for making a particulate natural cheese suitable for preparation of processed cheese, as well as for use as a natural cheese, such as a snack food and shreds for cheese toppings. In the method, a milk coagulum is provided. The coagulum is cut to provide ...


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Richard S Silver, Gerard L Hasenhuettl: Method for preparing polyol fatty acid polyesters by transesterification. Kraft Foods, Fitch Even Tabin & Flannery, January 21, 1997: US05596085 (8 worldwide citation)

An improved method for the preparation of polyol fatty acid polyesters via a one step reaction. A polyol-type reagent is mixed with a fatty-acid containing reagent, and an esterification catalyst to form a reaction mixture. The polyol-type reagents include polyols and saccharides having hydroxyl gro ...


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James W Moran, Hugh A Dever, Anthony M Miller, Richard S Silver, Michael A Hyde: Continuous on-demand manufacture of process cheese. Kraft Foods, Fitch Even Tabin & Flannery, February 6, 2001: US06183804 (6 worldwide citation)

A two stage, on-demand, commercially-viable method for producing process cheese or process cheese-type products by the direct conversion of milk is provided. This method does not require fermentation, enzymatic treatment, and/or intermediate steps of forming and separating curds and whey. In the fir ...


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Richard S Silver: Low calorie tablespread made from liquid triglyceride oils. Nabisco, July 2, 1996: US05532020 (3 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed to a reduced-fat margarine-type spread prepared from liquid, edible vegetable oils. The spread is a two-phase emulsion comprising a continuous aqueous phase and a dispersed liquid oil phase. The emulsion contains from about 45% to about 65% liquid vegetable oil, fro ...



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