Nahum Sonenberg, Isaac Edery, Michael Altmann: Bifunctional protein for the isolation of capped mRNA. McGill University, Dressler Goldsmith Shore Sutker & Milnamow, June 15, 1993: US05219989 (21 worldwide citation)

A protein comprising at least a first functional site having the ability to bind the cap structure of mRNA and a second functional site having the ability to bind a solid support matrix in such a manner as to allow the first functional site to be immobilized and still remain functionally accessible ...

Jhy Jhu Lin, Jianqing Lan, Nacyra Assad Garcia: Regeneration of both plant tissues and transgenic plant tissues using a new plant hormone, 5-bromoindole-3-acetic acid. Life Technologies, Greenlee Winner and Sullivan P C, October 7, 1997: US05674731 (16 worldwide citation)

The present invention describes the use of 5-bromoindole-3-acetic acid (5-B-IAA) as an auxin affecting plant cell growth. The invention relates to the use of 5-B-IAA compositions to affect growth in monocotyledonous as well as in dicotyledonous plants. The invention also describes the use of 5-B-IAA ...

Heinrich Ebner, Anton Enenkel: Two stage process for the production of vinegar with high acetic acid concentration. Firma Heinrich Frings, Norbert P Holler, February 28, 1978: US04076844 (12 worldwide citation)

A novel two-stage submerged fermentation process for producing vinegar with an acetic acid concentration of more than 15% is disclosed. In the first fermentation stage, the total concentration (i.e. the sum of the alcohol and acetic acid concentrations) increases from a starting level between 12 and ...

Nikolaus Foidl: Device and process for the production of oils or other extractable substances. Sucher & Holzer Bauplanungs und, Birch Stewart Kolasch & Birch, August 17, 1999: US05939571 (11 worldwide citation)

A device for the production of oils by pressing and extracting a raw material containing oleiferous or extractable substances in the presence of a liquid or supercritical extraction agent. The device includes an inlet for said raw material, a substantially cylindrical pressing body having outlets fo ...

Akira Okuhara, Yasuyosi Kotaka, Masakazu Nishio, Susumu Sato, Isamu Watanabe, Masaru Inoue: Stationary process for producing vinegar. Kikkoman Corporation, Banner Birch McKie & Beckett, July 31, 1984: US04463019 (11 worldwide citation)

A process for producing vinegar by stationary acetic acid fermentation which comprises charging the starting mash into a closed type fermentation tank, keeping the oxygen concentration in the gas phase of said fermentation tank so as to fall in a range of 20-60% (V/V), and controlling the fermentati ...

Uchida Yukio, Iritani Satoshi, Miyake Toshio: Method for enhancing the salty-taste and/or delicious-taste of food products. Hayashibara Biochem Lab, December 29, 1997: EP0813820-A1 (10 worldwide citation)

A method for enhancing the salty-taste and/or delicious-taste of food products and materials thereof, containing sodium chloride, by using trehalose without imparting any unsatisfactory taste and flavor. The content of trehalose to be incorporated is usually in the range of about 1.5-12% to the food ...

Charles Ghommidh, Jean Marie Navarro, Philippe Girardon, Jean Amen: Continuous microbiological production of acetic acid and vinegar. L Air Liquide Societe Anonyme pour l Etude et l Exploitation des Procedes Georges Claude, Browdy and Neimark, August 18, 1987: US04687668 (10 worldwide citation)

Process for continuous production of vinegar by microbiological conversion with oxygen enrichment of ethanol into acetic acid. In a first phase, the micro-biological conversion of ethanol into acetic acid is performed in the presence of air. After consumption of the oxygen in the air, in a second ph ...

Frederick A Keller Jr, Jeffrey S Ganoung, Susan J Luenser: Mutant strain of Clostridium thermoaceticum useful for the preparation of acetic acid. CPC International, Stanley M Parmerter, April 23, 1985: US04513084 (9 worldwide citation)

A biologically pure mutant of C. thermoaceticum (ATCC No. 39,289) useful for the production of acetic acid by a fermentation reaction. This mutant is capable of growing at a pH below 5.0 and shows a specific growth rate of at least 0.30 hr.sup.-1 when continuously cultured under optimum conditions.

Bevan C Collins, Pat A Mestetsky, Nicholas J Savaiano: Method of removing sulfur compounds from sour crude oil and sour natural gas. United Laboratories, September 15, 1998: US05807476 (7 worldwide citation)

A method of removing hazardous sulfur compounds, such as hydrogen sulfide and sulfur dioxide, from sour crude oil and sour natural gas. An aqueous composition of an amine oxide surfactant, and preferably a mixture of an amine oxide surfactant and enzymes, is mixed with the sour crude oil or sour nat ...

Gerald H Mazurek: Agarose plug mold and processing chamber. Board of Regents The University of Texas System, Arnold White & Durkee, October 10, 1995: US05457050 (7 worldwide citation)

An apparatus and method for the preparation of large DNA molecules from cells which have been cast in agarose. Specifically, the invention provides for a processing chamber that allows agarose plugs to be molded and processed within the same apparatus. This greatly reduces the amount of manipulation ...