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Paul G Alchas, Alfred W Prais, Bruce E Jarrell, Stuart K Williams, Joseph A DiPisa Jr: Device and method for collecting and processing fat tissue and procuring microvessel endothelial cells to produce endothelial cell product. Woodcock Washburn Kurtz Mackiewicz & Norris, December 13, 1994: US05372945 (90 worldwide citation)

Methods and apparatus for collecting and processing tissue to produce an endothelial cell product having a vessel for rinsing, draining, digesting and isolating tissue. The vessel has a rinsing and digesting chamber for containing tissue during processing. An inlet in the rinsing and digesting chamb ...


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Michael A Reeve: Method to isolate macromolecules using magnetically attractable beads which do not specifically bind the macromolecules. Amersham International, Wenderoth Lind & Ponack, June 4, 1996: US05523231 (63 worldwide citation)

A method of recovering a biopolymer from solution involves the use of magnetically attractable beads which do not specifically bind the polymer. The beads are suspended in the solution. Then the polymer is precipitated out of solution and becomes non-specifically associated with the beads. When the ...


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Aalrust Erik, Beyer Wolfgang, Ottofrickenstein Hans, Penk Georg, Plainer Hermann Dr, Reiner Roland Dr: Enzymatic method for reducing the amount of phosphorous-contaning components in vegetable and animal oils.. Roehm, Metallgesellschaft, November 19, 1992: EP0513709-A2 (58 worldwide citation)

Der Gehalt an phosphorhaltigen Bestandteilen, inbesondere Phosphatiden, wie Lecithin, sowie der Eisengehalt in pflanzlichen und tierischen, vorzugsweise vorentschleimten Ölen, z.B. Sojaöl, werden erfindungsgemäss durch enzymatischen Abbau mittels Phospholipase A1, A2 oder B vermindert.


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Maurice Moloney, Gijs van Rooijen, Joseph Boothe: Oil bodies and associated proteins as affinity matrices. Sembiosys Genetics, Bereskin & Parr, January 5, 1999: US05856452 (51 worldwide citation)

A method for the separation of a target molecule from a mixture is described. The method employs oil bodies and their associated proteins as affinity matrices for the selective, non-covalent binding of desired target molecules. The oil body proteins may be genetically fused to a ligand having specif ...


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Charles D Scott, Brendlyn D Faison, Brian H Davison, Jonathan Woodward: Process for converting cellulosic materials into fuels and chemicals. Martin Marietta Energy Systems, Preston H Smirman, Joseph A Marasco, Harold W Adams, September 20, 1994: US05348871 (48 worldwide citation)

A process for converting cellulosic materials, such as waste paper, into fuels and chemicals utilizing enzymatic hydrolysis of the major constituent of paper, cellulose. A waste paper slurry is contacted by cellulase in an agitated hydrolyzer. The cellulase is produced from a continuous, columnar, f ...


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Rasmussen Grethe, Mikkelsen Jan Moeller, Schuelein Martin, Patkar Shamkant Anant, Hagen Fred, Hjort Carsten Mailand, Hastrup Sven: A cellulase preparation comprising an endoglucanase enzyme.. Novonordisk, March 17, 1993: EP0531372-A1 (42 worldwide citation)

A cellulase preparation consisting essentially of a homogeneous endoglucanase component which is immunoreactive with an antibody raised against a highly purified SIMILAR 43kD endoglucanase derived from Humicola insolens, DSM 1800, or which is homogeneous to said SIMILAR 43kD endoglucanase, may be em ...


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Reinehr Dieter Dr, Eckhardt Claude Dr, Hochberg Robert Dr, Kaufmann Werner Dr, Metzger Georges: Triazine derivatives, their preparation and use. Ciba-Geigy, August 28, 1996: EP0728749-A2 (41 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to new compounds which are useful as ultraviolet absorbing agents (UVAs) and as fluorescent whitening agents (FWAs), and to a method of improving the sun protection factor (SPF) of textile fibre material, especially cotton, polyamide and wool, treated with the new compo ...


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Buchold Henning Dr, Boensch Rudolf Dr, Schroeppel Joerg Dr: Process for degumming vegetable oils with enzymes.. Metallgesellschaft, Roehm, May 24, 1995: EP0654527-A1 (39 worldwide citation)

The vegetable oil to be degummed is adjusted to a pH of 3 to 6 and mixed with an aqueous enzyme solution which contains one of the enzymes phospholipase A1, A2 or B. The enzymes are allowed to act in the oil with stirring at temperatures from 20 to 90 DEG C in a degumming reactor. A separation auxil ...


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James B Crews: Bacteria-based and enzyme-based mechanisms and products for viscosity reduction breaking of viscoelastic fluids. Baker Hughes Incorporated, Madan Mossman & Sriram P C, May 30, 2006: US07052901 (38 worldwide citation)

It has been discovered that fluids viscosified with viscoelastic surfactants (VESs) may have their viscosities reduced (gels broken) by the direct or indirect action of a biochemical agent, such as bacteria, fungi, and/or enzymes. The biochemical agent may directly attack the VES itself, or some oth ...


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Loeffler Fridolin Dr Dipl Chem, Khanh Quoc Nguyen Dr Dipl Ing, Schuster Erwin Dr Dipl Biol, Sproessler Bruno Dr Dipl Chem, Wolf Sabine Dr, Thomas Lutz Dr Dipl Ing: Recombinantly produced lysophospholipase from aspergillus. Roehm, November 26, 1997: EP0808903-A2 (38 worldwide citation)

Recombinant Aspergillus lysophospholipase (LPL) DNA (I) having the 3650 bp nucleic acid sequence given in the specification, is claimed. Also claimed are: (1) vector comprising: (a) DNA sequences for its replication in E. coli; (b) DNA sequences for the expression and secretion of a polypeptide in a ...



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