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Lundin Sören, Andersson Sven, Eriksson Sven Ingvar: Feeding station for loose going animals. Alfa Laval Agri International, Lundin Sören, Andersson Sven, Eriksson Sven Ingvar, CLIVEMO Ingemar, January 14, 1988: WO/1988/000007 (507 worldwide citation)

A feeding station (1) for loose going animals is provided with a device (4) which senses the presence of an animal, a device (5) to distribute fodder in a feeding trough, a device (7) which portions the fodder in the fodder distributor (5) and a device (8) which after a signal that an animal is pres ...


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Karen A Stone, Vasant Padmanabhan: Implantable medical device for tracking patient functional status. Medtronic, Harold R Patton, Reed A Duthler, April 4, 2000: US06045513 (293 worldwide citation)

An implantable medical device determines activity levels over a set of time periods, preferably on the order of seconds, minutes and hours and a display is enabled for days or weeks at recorded activity levels over a range of dates. This enables physician review of patient functional status. Additio ...


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Rodney A Stafford, Michael M Kilroy: Electronic animal identification system. Lorusso & Loud, January 9, 1996: US05482008 (208 worldwide citation)

A bolus for administration to a ruminant animal and for retention in the rumen or reticulum of the animal, the bolus having an electronic identification device housed therein with an identification code encoded in the electronic device, and a permanent visual representation of the identification cod ...


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Gordon Katherine, Groet Suzanne: Transgenic animals secreting desired proteins into milk.. Integrated Genetics, April 20, 1988: EP0264166-A1 (208 worldwide citation)

A DNA sequence contains a gene encoding a protein, the gene being under the transcriptional control i n the DNA sequence of a mammalian milk protein promoter which does not naturally control the transcription of the gene, such DNA sequence including DNA enabling secretion of the protein.


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Norman J Hayes: Animal identification and control system. Klaas & Law, October 21, 1986: US04617876 (199 worldwide citation)

An animal identification and control system comprising an identification tag on the animal having a signal sending device for sending an identification code signal to a signal receiving device mounted adjacent a water bowl located in juxtaposition to a weighing device in a stall whereby the animal i ...


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Natesan Murugesan: Substituted biphenyl isoxazole sulfonamides. Bristol Myers Squibb Company, Suzanne E Babajko, March 18, 1997: US05612359 (195 worldwide citation)

Compounds of the formula ##STR1## inhibit the activity of endothelin. The symbols are defined as follows: R.sup.1, R.sup.2, R.sup.3 and R.sup.4 are each directly bonded to a ring carbon and are each independently


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Karen A Stone, Vasant Padmanabhan: Implantable medical device for tracking patient functional status. Medtronic, Michael B Atlass, Harold R Patton, August 15, 2000: US06102874 (177 worldwide citation)

An implantable medical device determines activity levels over a set of time periods, preferably on the order of seconds, minutes and hours and a display is enabled for days or weeks at recorded activity levels over a range of dates. This enables physician review of patient functional status. Additio ...


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Mario R Capecchi, Kirk R Thomas: Cells and non-human organisms containing predetermined genomic modifications and positive-negative selection methods and vectors for making same. University of Utah Research Foundation, Townsend and Townsend and Crew, January 30, 1996: US05487992 (174 worldwide citation)

Positive-negative selector (PNS) vectors are provided for modifying a target DNA sequence contained in the genome of a target cell capable of homologous recombination. The vector comprises a first DNA sequence which contains at least one sequence portion which is substantially homologous to a portio ...


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John P Hanton, Harley A Leach: Electronic livestock identification system. Cooper Dunham Clark Griffin & Moran, April 21, 1981: US04262632 (173 worldwide citation)

An electronic identification system for livestock, particularly adapted to tagging ruminating animals, such as cattle and sheep, comprising a transmitter capsule which is implantable in the animal and precoded to broadcast a series of binary coded electric pulses peculiar to the animal. An associate ...


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Christopher H Contag, Pamela R Contag, David A Benaron: Non-invasive localization of a light-emitting conjugate in a mammal. The Board of Trustees of the Leland Stanford Junior University, Pennie & Edmonds, July 22, 1997: US05650135 (152 worldwide citation)

Methods and compositions for detecting and localizing light originating from a mammal are disclosed. Also disclosed are methods for targeting light emission to selected regions, as well as for tracking entities within the mammal. In addition, animal models for disease states are disclosed, as are me ...



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