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Woonza Rhee, Donald G Wallace, Alan S Michaels, Ramon A Burns Jr, Louis Fries, Frank DeLustro, Hanne Bentz: Collagen-polymer conjugates. Collagen Corporation, Morrison & Foerster, November 10, 1992: US05162430 (504 worldwide citation)

Collagen, particularly atelopeptide collagen, exhibits improved handling characteristics when chemically conjugated and/or crosslinked with a synthetic hydrophilic polymer.


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Woonza Rhee, Donald G Wallace, Alan S Michaels, Ramon A Burns Jr, Louis Fries, Frank DeLustro, Hanne Bentz: Collagen-polymer conjugates. Collagen Corporation, Karl Bozicevic, July 12, 1994: US05328955 (305 worldwide citation)

Pharmaceutically acceptable, non-immunogenic compositions are formed by covalently binding atelopeptide collagen to pharmaceutically pure, synthetic, hydrophilic polymers via specific types of chemical bonds to provide collagen/polymer conjugates. The atelopeptide collagen can be type I, type II or ...


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Woonza Rhee, Donald G Wallace, Alan S Michaels, Ramon A Burns Jr, Louis Fries, Frank DeLustro, Hanne Bentz: Biologically inert, biocompatible-polymer conjugates. Collagen Corporation, Karl Bozicevic, June 28, 1994: US05324775 (283 worldwide citation)

Pharmaceutically acceptable, non-immunogenic compositions are formed by covalently binding biologically inactive, natural, biocompatible polymer to pharmaceutically pure, synthetic, hydrophilic polymers via specific types of chemical bonds to provide biocompatible conjugates. The synthetic hydrophil ...


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Lilip Lau, Charles Thomas Maroney, William M Hartigan, Woonza Rhee, Kimberly A McCullough: Self-expandable helical intravascular stent and stent-graft. Gore Enterprise Holdings, Morgan & Finnegan L, December 26, 2000: US06165210 (256 worldwide citation)

This invention is a medical device and a method of using it. The device is a foldable stent or stent-graft which may be percutaneously delivered with (or on) an endovascular catheter or via surgical techniques or using other suitable techniques. The expandable stent structure utilizes at least one t ...


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Lilip Lau, Charles Thomas Maroney, William M Hartigan, Woonza Rhee, Kimberly A McCullough: Self-expandable helical intravascular stent and stent-graft. Gore Enterprise Holdings, Morgan & Finnegan L, March 2, 1999: US05876432 (246 worldwide citation)

A device which includes at least a tubular stent member which if formed from a helically wrapped undulating member and a coupling member which extends through undulations of adjacent turns of the helically wrapped undulating member and is movable along the undulations, the device is foldable into a ...


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Woonza Rhee, Kimberly McCullough: Collagen-polymer tubes for use in vascular surgery. Collagen Corporation, Karl Bozicevic, March 8, 1994: US05292802 (158 worldwide citation)

Medical articles in the form of tubes are formed by covalently binding collagen to pharmaceutically pure, synthetic, hydrophilic polymers via specific types of chemical bonds to provide collagen/polymer conjugate formulations which are used to make the tubes. The collagen may be recombinantly produc ...


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Woonza Rhee, Louis Fries, Ramesh Damani, Kimberly McCullough, Frank DeLustro: Dehydrated collagen-polymer strings. Collagen Corporation, Karl Bozicevic, May 3, 1994: US05308889 (143 worldwide citation)

Medical articles in the form of strings are formed by covalently binding collagen to pharmaceutically pure, synthetic, hydrophilic polymers via specific types of chemical bonds to provide collagen/polymer conjugate formulations which are extruded to make the strings. The collagen may be recombinantl ...


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Woonza Rhee, Donald G Wallace, Alan S Michaels, Ramon A Burns Jr, Louis Fries, Frank DeLustro, Hanne Bentz: Method of augmenting tissue with collagen-polymer conjugates. Collagen Corporation, Morrison & Foerster, April 26, 1994: US05306500 (112 worldwide citation)

Collagen, particularly atelopeptide collagen, exhibits improved handling characteristics when chemically conjugated and/or crosslinked with a synthetic hydrophilic polymer.


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Woonza Rhee, Donald G Wallace, Alan S Michaels, Ramon A Burns Jr, Louis Fries, Frank DeLustro, Hanne Bentz: Collagen-polymer conjugates. Collagen Corporation, Morrison & Foerster, May 9, 1995: US05413791 (105 worldwide citation)

Pharmaceutically acceptable, non-immunogenic compositions are formed by covalently binding atelopeptide collagen to pharmaceutically pure, synthetic, hydrophilic polymers via specific types of chemical bonds to provide collagen/polymer conjugates. The atelopeptide collagen can be type I, type II or ...


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Woonza Rhee, Donald G Wallace, Alan S Michaels, Ramon A Burns Jr, Louis Fries, Frank DeLustro, Hanne Bentz: Implants coated with collagen-polymer conjugates. Collagen Corporation, Morrison & Foerster, August 6, 1996: US05543441 (94 worldwide citation)

Collagen, particularly atelopeptide collagen, exhibits improved handling characteristics when chemically conjugated and/or crosslinked with a synthetic hydrophilic polymer.