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Thomas F Brodasky: Sample supply device. The Upjohn Company, Blanchard Flynn Thiel Boutell & Tanis, July 22, 1980: US04213326 (50 worldwide citation)

A sample introduction device for introducing a vaporized sample to the ion source of a mass spectrometer of a combined gas chromatography-mass spectrographic (GC/MS) apparatus. The sample introduction device replaces the jet separator of the GC/MS apparatus. The sample introduction device includes a ...


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Thomas F Brodasky, David W Stroman: Antibiotic compound and process for recovery thereof from a fermentation broth. The Upjohn Company, Roman Saliwanchik, Joan Thierstein, Sidney B Williams Jr, Paul J Koivuniemi, June 17, 1986: US04595770 (4 worldwide citation)

Novel antibiotic U-56,407 producible in a fermentation under controlled conditions using a biologically pure culture of the microorganism Streptomyces hagronensis strain 360, NRRL 15064. This antibiotic is active against various Gram-positive bacteria, for example, Staphylococcus aureus, Streptococc ...


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Lester A Dolak, Alice L Laborde, Oldrich K Sebek, Thomas M Castle, Thomas F Brodasky: Composition of matter and process. The Upjohn Company, Roman Saliwanchik, Paul J Koivuniemi, January 21, 1986: US04565699 (4 worldwide citation)

Novel antibiotic U-68,204 is produced in a fermentation under controlled conditions using a biologically pure culture of the microorganism Streptomyces thiolactonus, NRRL 15439. This antibiotic is active against various Gram-positive bacteria. Thus, antibiotic U-68,204 can be used in various environ ...


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Alexander D Argoudelis, Thomas F Brodasky, Fritz Reusser: Antibiotic acanthomycin and process for preparing. The Upjohn Company, Roman Saliwanchik, March 31, 1981: US04259450 (1 worldwide citation)

Antibiotic acanthomycin (U-53,827) produced by the controlled fermentation of the microorganism Streptomyces espinosus subsp. acanthus, NRRL 11081. This antibiotic and its base addition salts are active against Gram-positive bacteria. Accordingly, they can be used in various environments to eradicat ...


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Lester A Dolak, Alice L Laborde, Oldrich K Sebek, Thomas M Castle, Thomas F Brodasky: Antibiotic producing Streptomyces thiolactonus. The Upjohn Company, Paul J Koivuniemi, August 25, 1987: US04689300 (1 worldwide citation)

Novel antibiotic U-68,204 is produced in a fermentation under controlled conditions using a biologically pure culture of the microorganism Streptomyces thiolactonus, NRRL 15439. This antibiotic is active against various Gram-positive bacteria. Thus, antibiotic U-68,204 can be used in various environ ...