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David L Clapper, Melvin J Swanson, Sheau Ping Hu, Richard A Amos, Terrence P Everson: Polybifunctional reagent having a polymeric backbone and photoreactive moieties and bioactive groups. SurModics, Fredrikson & Byron P A, September 19, 2000: US06121027 (438 worldwide citation)

A polybifunctional reagent is provided having a polymeric backbone, one or more pendent photoreactive moieties, and two or more pendent bioactive groups. The reagent can be activated to form a bulk material or can be brought into contact with the surface of a previously formed biomaterial and activa ...


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Ralph A Chappa, Sheau Ping Hu, Dale G Swan, Melvin J Swanson, Patrick E Guire: Target molecule attachment to surfaces. Surmodics, Merchant & Gould P C, October 15, 2002: US06465178 (143 worldwide citation)

Method and reagent composition for covalent attachment of target molecules, such as nucleic acids, onto the surface of a substrate. The reagent composition includes groups capable of covalently binding to the target molecule. Optionally, the composition can contain photoreactive groups for use in at ...


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David L Clapper, Melvin J Swanson, Sheau Ping Hu, Richard A Amos, Terrence P Everson: Polybifunctional reagent having a polymeric backbone and latent reactive moieties and bioactive groups. Surmodics, Fredrikson & Byron P A, February 4, 2003: US06514734 (36 worldwide citation)

A polybifunctional reagent is provided having a polymeric backbone, one or more pendent latent reactive (preferably photoreactive) moieties, and two or more pendent bioactive groups. The reagent can be activated to form a bulk material or can be brought into contact with the surface of a previously ...


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Ralph A Chappa, Sheau Ping Hu, Dale G Swan, Melvin J Swanson, Patrick E Guire: Target molecule attachment to surfaces. SurModics, Pauly Devries Smith & Deffner L L C, April 6, 2010: US07691787

Method and reagent composition for covalent attachment of target molecules, such as nucleic acids, onto the surface of a substrate. The reagent composition includes groups capable of covalently binding to the target molecule. Optionally, the composition can contain photoreactive groups for use in at ...


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Ralph A Chappa, Sheau Ping Hu, Dale G Swan, Melvin J Swanson, Patrick E Guire: Target molecule attachment to surfaces. Surmodics, Karrie G Weaver, August 16, 2001: US20010014448-A1

Method and reagent composition for covalent attachment of target molecules, such as nucleic acids, onto the surface of a substrate. The reagent composition includes groups capable of covalently binding to the target molecule. Optionally, the composition can contain photoreactive groups for use in at ...


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Ralph A Chappa, Sheau Ping Hu, Dale G Swan, Melvin J Swanson, Patrick E Guire: Target molecule attachment to surfaces. SurModics, Merchant & Gould PC, August 7, 2003: US20030148308-A1

Method and reagent composition for covalent attachment of target molecules, such as nucleic acids, onto the surface of a substrate. The reagent composition includes groups capable of covalently binding to the target molecule. Optionally, the composition can contain photoreactive groups for use in at ...


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David L Clapper, Melvin J Swanson, Sheau Ping Hu, Richard A Amos, Terrence P Everson: Latent reactive polymers with biologically active moieties. Fredrikson & Byron Pa, September 25, 2003: US20030181423-A1

A polybifunctional reagent having a polymeric backbone, one or more pendent photoreactive moieties, and two or more pendent bioactive groups. The reagent can be activated to form a bulk material or can be brought into contact with the surface of a previously formed biomaterial and activated to form ...


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Ralph A Chappa, Sheau Ping Hu, Dale G Swan, Melvin J Swanson, Patrick E Guire: Target molecule attachment to surfaces. SurModics, Merchant & Gould PC, August 4, 2005: US20050170427-A1

Method and reagent composition for covalent attachment of target molecules, such as nucleic acids, onto the surface of a substrate. The reagent composition includes groups capable of covalently binding to the target molecule. Optionally, the composition can contain photoreactive groups for use in at ...