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Howard G Tennent, James J Barber, Robert Hoch: Carbon fibrils and method for producing same. Hyperion Catalysis Int l, Curtis Morris & Safford, November 24, 1992: US05165909 (213 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to carbon fibrils characterized by a substantially constant diameter, length greater than about 5 times the diameter, an ordered outer region of catalytically grown, multiple, substantially continuous layers of ordered carbon atoms having an outside diameter between about 3.5 a ...


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Warren D Hancock, Thomas J Fogarty: Preparing natural tissue for implantation so as to provide improved flexibility. Hancock Laboratories Incorporated, Gausewitz Carr & Rothenberg, June 29, 1976: US03966401 (127 worldwide citation)

An arrangement for preparing natural tissue in the form of a heart valve, vessel or the like for implantation in which alternately tanning fluid under pressure is applied to a portion of the tissue so as to cause said tissue to assume substantially its natural configuration, and the pressure is reli ...


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Yukinari Komatsu, Katsuyuki Nakamura: Process for production of a carbon filament. Asahi Kasei Kogyo Kabushiki Kaisha, Birch Stewart Kolasch & Birch, March 28, 1989: US04816289 (122 worldwide citation)

A carbon filament comprising carbon layers and having a carbon structure in which the carbon layers are arranged substantially in the form of growth rings as viewed in cross-section, said carbon structure having an I.sub.1580 /I.sub.1360 ratio in Raman scattering spectrum of 1 or more and being read ...


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Norman Jaffe, Warren B Hancock: Biological material pre-fixation treatment. Hancock Jaffe Laboratories, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, January 21, 1997: US05595571 (116 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a controlled autolysis method for making biological tissue substantially acellular by exposing the biological material, prior to any fixation thereof, to at least one buffered solution having a pH in the range from about 5.0 to 8.0 and a temperature in the range from about 12.degree. C. ...


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David N Jacques, Rodney J Andrews: Process for the continuous production of aligned carbon nanotubes. University of Kentucky Research Foundation, King & Schickli PLLC, January 9, 2007: US07160531 (92 worldwide citation)

Novel methods and apparati for continuous production of aligned carbon nanotubes are disclosed. In one aspect, the method comprises dispersion of a metal catalyst in a liquid hydrocarbon to form a feed solution, and volatilizing the feed solution in a reactor through which a substrate is continuousl ...


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Carl Snyder, W Harry Mandeville, Howard G Tennent, Larry K Truesdale, James J Barber: Carbon fibrils. Hyperion Catalysis International, Whitman Breed Abbott & Morgan, March 2, 1999: US05877110 (84 worldwide citation)

Products containing carbon fibrils having a morphology of vermicular tubes that are free of a continuous thermal carbon overcoat and have graphitic layers, wherein the length of the projection of the graphitic layers on the fibril axis extends along the axis for a distance of at least two fibril dia ...


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Robert J Levy, Danielle Hirsch: Method of making calcification-resistant bioprosthetic tissue. The Board of Regent6s of the University of Michigan, Rohm & Monsanto, May 5, 1998: US05746775 (72 worldwide citation)

A method of treating a collagenous biomaterial, such as porcine aortic valve leaflets or bovine pericardium, by exposing the biomaterial to an alcohol to inhibit in vivo calcification. The biomaterial, preferably glutaraldehyde-pretreated, is subjected to an aqueous solution of 60% to 80% lower alip ...


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John T M Wright, George M Acosta: Method for preparing tissue heart valve. Vascor, W R Eberhardt, September 21, 1982: US04350492 (67 worldwide citation)

A method for preparing an aortic heart valve for implantation wherein the area of the septal shelf of the right coronary cusp extending into the valve orifice is substantially reduced. The excised value is prepared for fixation by pressurizing the valve to close the valve cusps, and thereafter inver ...


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Charles M Lieber, Yi Cui, Xiangfeng Duan, Yu Huang: Doped elongated semiconductors, growing such semiconductors, devices including such semiconductors and fabricating such devices. President & Fellows of Harvard College, Wolf Greenfield & Sacks, May 1, 2007: US07211464 (65 worldwide citation)

A bulk-doped semiconductor that is at least one of the following: a single crystal, an elongated and bulk-doped semiconductor that, at any point along its longitudinal axis, has a largest cross-sectional dimension less than 500 nanometers, and a free-standing and bulk-doped semiconductor with at lea ...


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Ivan Herbots, James P Johnston, John R Walker: Fabric cleaning compositions for clay-based stains. The Procter & Gamble Company, Richard C Witte, Jerry J Yetter, Jacobus C Rasser, December 31, 1985: US04561991 (61 worldwide citation)

Stain removal composition comprise mixtures of grease-cutting solvents and polyamines. The compositions are particularly useful for removing stains comprising a mixture of grease and particulate matter from fabrics. Liquid detergents containing said solvents and polyamines in the form of stable oil- ...



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