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William E Spencer, Mofazzal H Chowdhury: Transponder reader arm assembly. Alfa Laval Agri, Hovey Williams Timmons & Collins, February 18, 1992: US05088447 (95 worldwide citation)

A transponder reader arm assembly is useful with feed cars for automatically feeding livestock in order to place a transponder reader in close proximity to a transponder worn by the livestock. The transponder reader arm assembly hereof includes a pivotally mounted arm connected to a mounting bracket ...

John A McLane, Milan R Uskokovic: Method for inhibiting hyperproliferative diseases. Hoffman La Roche, George M Gould, George W Johnston, Alan P Kass, June 4, 1991: US05021451 (74 worldwide citation)

A method of treating hyperproliferative skin diseases, such as psoriasis, using a compound of formula ##STR1## wherein R.sub.1 is hydrogen when R.sub.2 is hydroxy, and R.sub.1 is methyl when R.sub.2 is hydrogen; and A is alkyl; cycloalkyl; alkenyl; alkyl substituted with trifluoromethyl; phenyl; hal ...

Hiroyuki Minakami, Motoyuki Minakami: Traffic/transportation system. Limbach & Limbach L, October 10, 2000: US06129025 (72 worldwide citation)

In a transportation/logistics system in which a pallet/vehicle with an automobile/container mounted/fixed thereon travels, a normal steering operation is carried out by changing the direction of the wheels (including tires) by an electronically controlled automatic steering system on the basis of st ...

Bacon Karl W: Rotary platform vehicle passenger loading system. Arrow Development Co, Limbach Limbach & Sutton, February 11, 1975: US3865041 (59 worldwide citation)

A central stationary platform is surrounded by a rotatable annular platform and a vehicle guiding means surrounds at least a portion of the outside circumference of the rotating platform. Vehicles are guided into frictional engagement with an outside edge of the rotating platform in a manner that th ...

Philip E Thorpe: Preparation and use of steroid-polyanionic polymer-based conjugates targeted to vascular endothelial cells. UT SW Medical CTR at Dallas, Arnold White & Durkee, December 12, 1995: US05474765 (55 worldwide citation)

This invention discloses new targeted conjugates for the delivery of a compound, and particularly, a steroid, to vascular endothelial cells. The conjugates comprise two components, preferably linked by a selectively-hydrolyzable bond, such as an acid-labile bond or enzyme-sensitive bond. The first c ...

Robert Spieldiener, Reinhold Spieldiener, Alfons Saiko: Amusement ride including a rotating loading terminal. Intamin, Bielen & Peterson, October 1, 1985: US04543886 (46 worldwide citation)

An amusement ride loading terminal having a revolving circular platform is provided for continuous loading of passengers into a series of moving circular vehicles. The platform cooperates with an endless track conveyer to keep the vehicles revolving with the platform without individual vehicles spin ...

Leonard Roselli, Daniel J Wolf, Gregory S Balukin, John Pfaff: Method and apparatus for remote control of a locomotive throttle controller. Westinghouse Air Brake Company, James Ray & Associates, October 29, 1996: US05570284 (41 worldwide citation)

A protocol is provided for bi-directional communication of control signals between a host unit and a slave unit. The protocol is particularly adapted to the control of a locomotive from a remote host computer.

Raymond J Budway: Method and apparatus for verification of rail braking distances. Union Switch & Signal, Buchanan Ingersoll, April 28, 1992: US05109343 (39 worldwide citation)

A braking distance verification system is disclosed which makes use of a specially designed pulse to voltage converter circuit and a portable computer-based data acquisition system to measure grade, speed, and distance information of any rail vehicle. The preferred embodiment of the device is partic ...

Robert A Scolly, James J Tufts: Apparatus and method for improved airborne transportation of small packages. David Wolf, Wolf Greenfield & Sacks P C, December 14, 1999: US06003010 (36 worldwide citation)

Packages are received from multiple sources at one central facility. The approved and verified packages are then transported to different airlines for expedited transport. The method features receiving self-reported identification and objective security information about the source and/or the packag ...