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Robert P Lenk, Michael W Fountain, Andrew S Janoff, Mircea C Popescu, Steven J Weiss, Richard S Ginsberg, Marc J Ostro, Sol M Gruner: Stable plurilamellar vesicles. The Liposome Company, Allen Bloom, Ronald G Ort, December 8, 1992: US05169637 (71 worldwide citation)

A new and substantially improved type of lipid vesicle, called stable plurilamellar vesicles (SPLVs), are described, as well as the process for making the same and X-ray diffraction methods for identifying the same. SPLVs are characterized by lipid bilayers enclosing aqueous compartments containing ...


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Robert P Lenk, Michael W Fountain, Andrew S Janoff, Mircea C Popescu, Steven J Weiss, Richard S Ginsberg, Marc J Ostro, Sol M Gruner: Stable plurilamellar vesicles. The Liposome Company, Allen Bloom, Thomas M Saunders, Ronald G Ort, July 9, 1991: US05030453 (68 worldwide citation)

A new and substantially improved type of lipid vesicle, called stable plurilamellar vesicles (SPLVs), are described, as well as the process for making the same and X-ray diffraction methods for identifying the same. SPLVs are characterized by lipid bilayers enclosing aqueous compartments containing ...


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Sol M Gruner, Gregory Kirk: Encapsulated scintillators for measuring the concentration of tritiated solutes. University Patents, George M Yahwak, May 13, 1986: US04588698 (11 worldwide citation)

Microencapsulation of solid phase scintillators in gels selectively permeable to diffusible radioactive label. These encapsulated scintillators are used to monitor the concentration of radioactive-tagged subtances in fluid systems.


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Kathryn M McGrath, Daniel M Dabbs, Ilhan A Aksay, Sol M Gruner: Lyotropic liquid crystalline L3 phase silicated nanoporous monolithic composites and their production. The Trustees of Princeton University, Wolff & Samson PC, October 28, 2003: US06638885 (9 worldwide citation)

A mesoporous ceramic material is provided having a pore size diameter in the range of about 10-100 nanometers produced by templating with a ceramic precursor a lyotropic liquid crystalline L


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Chae Un Kim, Sol M Gruner: Pressure cryocooling protein crystals. Cornell Research Foundation, Bacon & Thomas Pllc, August 2, 2007: US20070179282-A1

Preparation of cryocooled protein crystal is provided by use of helium pressurizing and cryocooling to obtain cryocooled protein crystal allowing collection of high resolution data and by heavier noble gas (krypton or xenon) binding followed by helium pressurizing and cryocooling to obtain cryocoole ...


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Chae Un Kim, Sol M Gruner: Pressure cryocooling protein crystals. Cornell Research Foundation, Hodgson Russ, October 4, 2011: US08030449

Preparation of cryocooled protein crystal is provided by use of helium pressurizing and cryocooling to obtain cryocooled protein crystal allowing collection of high resolution data and by heavier noble gas (krypton or xenon) binding followed by helium pressurizing and cryocooling to obtain cryocoole ...