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Satish K Sharma, David I Freed, Nicholas Patronik, Jeffrey M Wendlandt: Full thickness resectioning device. Boston Scientific SciMed, Fay Kaplun & Marcin, September 6, 2005: US06938814 (87 worldwide citation)

A full thickness resection device comprises a control handle including an actuator wherein, when the device is in an operative position within a body lumen of a patient, the control handle remains outside the patient's body and a working head assembly coupled to a control handle by a flexible sheath ...


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Satish K Sharma, David I Freed, Nicholas Patronik, Jeffrey M Wendlandt: Full thickness resectioning device. SciMed Life Systems, Fay Kaplun & Marcin, February 3, 2004: US06685079 (84 worldwide citation)

A full thickness resection device comprises a control handle including an actuator wherein, when the device is in an operative position within a body lumen of a patient, the control handle remains outside the patient's body and a working head assembly coupled to a control handle by a flexible s ...


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Satish K Sharma, David I Freed, Nicholas Patronik, Jeffrey M Wendlandt: Full thickness resectioning device. Boston Scientific Scimed, Fay Kaplun & Marcin, July 14, 2009: US07559451 (45 worldwide citation)

A full thickness resection device comprises a control handle including an actuator wherein, when the device is in an operative position within a body lumen of a patient, the control handle remains outside the patient's body and a working head assembly coupled to a control handle by a flexible sheath ...


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Satish K Sharma: Method of detecting HIV protease activity. The Upjohn Company, Mark DeLuca, December 15, 1992: US05171662 (32 worldwide citation)

A method for identifying compounds that inhibit HIV protease is disclosed. A substrate that comprises an HIV protease cleavage site is combined with HIV protease and test compounds. Cleavage of the substrate indicates protease activity and can be detected using antibodies against a cleavage product ...


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Satish K Sharma: Process of purifying recombinant proteins and compounds useful in such process. Pharmacia & Upjohn Company, James D Darnley Jr, Mark DeLuca, January 14, 1997: US05594115 (30 worldwide citation)

Recombinant fusion proteins which comprise a biologically active polypeptide portion and metal chelating peptide are disclosed. The fusion proteins contain metal chelating peptides which have at least three and preferably six alternating histidine residues. Fusion proteins which contain metal chelat ...


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Satish K Sharma, David I Freed, Nicholas Patronik, Jeffrey M Wendlandt: Full thickness resectioning device. Fay Kaplun & Marcin, June 24, 2004: US20040118896-A1

A full thickness resection device comprises a control handle including an actuator wherein, when the device is in an operative position within a body lumen of a patient, the control handle remains outside the patient's body and a working head assembly coupled to a control handle by a flexible sheath ...


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Satish K Sharma, David I Freed, Nicholas Patronik, Jeffrey M Wendlandt: Full thickness resectioning device. Patrick J Fay Esq, Fay Kaplun & Marcin, November 27, 2003: US20030218047-A1

A full thickness resection device comprises a control handle including an actuator wherein, when the device is in an operative position within a body lumen of a patient, the control handle remains outside the patient's body and a working head assembly coupled to a control handle by a flexible sheath ...


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Satish K Sharma, Kenneth B Rank: Assays for assessing A beta-Tau aggregation. Pharmacia & Upjohn, November 7, 2002: US20020164657-A1

The present invention deals with the field of cell biology, more specifically the field of neuronal cell biology and neurodegenerative diseases. The invention provides for assays assessing A-Tau aggregation


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Satish K Sharma, David I Freed, Nicholas Patronik, Jeffrey M Wendlandt: Full thickness resectioning device. Fay Kaplun & Marcin, December 1, 2005: US20050263561-A1

A full thickness resection device comprises a control handle including an actuator wherein, when the device is in an operative position within a body lumen of a patient, the control handle remains outside the patient's body and a working head assembly coupled to a control handle by a flexible sheath ...



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