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Oshlack Benjamin, Chasin Mark, Mcginity James, Bodmeier Roland: Aqueous dispersions of zein and controlled release coatings derived therefrom.. Euro Celtique, March 9, 1994: EP0585688-A2 (9 worldwide citation)

Stable aqueous dispersions of zein which may be used as controlled release coatings of pharmaceutical, animal, health, or food products in an inorganic solvent-free environment are disclosed, as well as methods for preparing the same.


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Raul E Kohan, Kanwal J Varma, Robert D Simmons, Abu Huq, Keith A Freehauf: Compositions and method for treating infection in cattle and swine. Schering Plough Animal Health Corporation, Robert J Lipka, September 14, 2004: US06790867 (9 worldwide citation)

Novel formulations combining a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) such as flunixin, with a fluorinated chloramphenicol or thiamphenicol derivative antibiotic such as florfenicol are disclosed. Methods for using such formulations in the treatment and prevention of infectious diseases of bov ...


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Bruno Suri, Catherine Georges, John Edmondson Peel: Method for the prevention and treatment of mastitis. Novartis Animal Health U S, Michael P Morris, William A Teoli Jr, February 13, 2001: US06187800 (9 worldwide citation)

A method for treating or preventing mastitis in mammals is disclosed. The method contemplates the intramammary injection or dipping the teat with micrococcin antibiotics, preferably micrococcin P1 or P2, which do not interfere with the production of cheese and yoghurt using milk from treated animals ...


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P A Molian, Jerry L Hall, M J Hsu: Laser cutting of eggshells. Iowa State University Research Foundation, Henderson & Sturm, February 15, 1994: US05285750 (8 worldwide citation)

Preparation of chicken embryo allantoic fluids for animal health requires opening the eggshell by cutting, drilling or punching methods. Laser cutting and drilling is used as an alternative to known processes. Both CO.sub.2 and Nd:YAG lasers are employed. A focused CO.sub.2 laser beam at a power of ...


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Paul W Chapman: Aquaculture rearing system. Sanders Associates, Louis Etlinger, Richard I Seligman, November 17, 1981: US04300477 (8 worldwide citation)

An aquaculture rearing system for improving space utilization and yield is disclosed in which clustered, vertical rearing tanks are provided with individual stacked habitats in the form of baskets attached to a strongback member which houses a removable feeding rod, in which the baskets are quickly ...


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Asato Goro, Tamura Susan Yoshiko: Delta22-derivatives of ll-f28249 compounds.. American Cyanamid Co, March 16, 1988: EP0259688-A1 (8 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to novel derivatives of LL-F28249 compounds. These LL-F28249 compounds preferably are derived via a controlled microbiological fermentation of Streptomyces cyaneogriseus subsp. non-cyanogenus having deposit accession number NRRL 15773. The derivatives of the present inv ...


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W Jean Dodds: System for animal health diagnosis. Hemopet, Greenberg Traurig, June 16, 2009: US07548839 (8 worldwide citation)

A diagnosis of the health of an animal is obtained through a combination of computerized data and human interpretation. Data relates to the physical characteristics of the animal, and includes data obtained from a physical inspection of the animal. A blood or other fluid sample is used to obtain a c ...


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Shepherd Michael Trevor, Edwards Scott Richard: Intra-ruminal depot.. Coopers Animal Health, October 25, 1989: EP0338094-A1 (8 worldwide citation)

An intraruminal device has hinged wings (6) which lie along the body of the device during administration to the animal but which are urged outwardly by a spring (14) acting on a piston (12) shortly thereafter. The wings (6) are locked in the extended position: the piston (12) (see Figure 2) prevents ...


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Paul W Chapman: Aquaculture rearing system. Sanders Associates, Louis Etlinger, Richard I Seligman, April 22, 1980: US04198924 (8 worldwide citation)

An aquaculture rearing system for improving space utilization and yield is disclosed in which clustered, vertical rearing tanks are provided with individual stacked habitats in the form of baskets attached to a strongback member which houses a removable feeding rod, in which the baskets are quickly ...



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