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Tasneem S Rangwala, Minwei Ye: Cotton event PV-GHGT07(1445) compositions and methods for detection thereof. Monsanto Technology, E Clifford Lawson, Grace L Bonner, Dennis R Hoerner Jr, May 25, 2004: US06740488 (120 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides DNA compositions and assays for detecting the presence of the DNA compositions in PV-GHGT07(1445) cotton event based on the DNA sequence of the recombinant construct inserted into the cotton genome and of the genomic sequences flanking the insertion site. Kits and cond ...


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Michael J Sullivan, R Dennis Nesbitt: Golf ball comprising a metal, ceramic, or composite mantle or inner layer. Spalding Sports Worldwide, November 7, 2000: US06142887 (119 worldwide citation)

A unique golf ball and related methods of manufacturing are disclosed in which the golf ball comprises one or more mantle layers comprising one or more metals, ceramic, or composite materials. Composite materials include silicone carbide, glass, carbon, boron carbide, aramid materials, cotton, flax, ...


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Richard C Fuisz: Rapidly dissoluble medicinal dosage unit and method of manufacture. Fuisz Pharmaceutical, Brooks Haidt Haffner & Delahunty, August 8, 1989: US04855326 (118 worldwide citation)

A melt spinnable carrier agent such as sugar is combined with a medicament then converted into fiber form by melt spinning with "cotton candy" fabricating equipment. The as-spun product is converted to compacted individual dosage units. For certain medicaments a binding agent is added to the carrier ...


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Gary H Meitner, Harry W Hotchkiss: Nonwoven wiper. Kimberly Clark Corporation, William D Herrick, R Jonathan Peters, Howard Olevsky, January 17, 1984: US04426417 (115 worldwide citation)

Wiper comprising a matrix of nonwoven fibers having a basis weight generally in the range of from about 25 to 300 gsm and including a meltblown web having incorporated therein a staple fiber mixture including synthetic and cotton fibers. The combination provides highly improved wiping properties as ...


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Kouichi Muta: Cleaning members for cleaning areas near walls used in floor cleaner. Hoky Contico L L C, Howell & Haferkamp L C, August 18, 1998: US05794297 (111 worldwide citation)

A cleaning member having reduced manufacturing cost is provided for effectively sweeping out fine dust, pieces of thread, pieces of cotton waste and the like, and otherwise improving dust collecting performance. The cleaning members for cleaning areas nearby walls are fitted to a floor cleaner that ...


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Jeanna R Hillyard, James K Roberts, Minwei Ye: Cotton event PV-GHBK04 (757) and compositions and methods for detection thereof. Monsanto Technology, Timothy K Ball Esq, May 17, 2005: US06893826 (111 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a cotton event PV-GHBK04 (757), a cotton plant that contains PV-GHBK04 (757) DNA molecules and its progeny thereof, and methods for producing cotton event PV-GHBK04 (757). The present invention also provides assays for detecting the presence of the 757 cotton event DNA ...


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Roger Patrick, Frank A Bose: Power control and delivery in plasma processing equipment. LSI Logic Corporation, Katz & Cotton, September 17, 1996: US05556549 (108 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a system and method for control and delivery of radio frequency power in plasma process systems. The present invention monitors the power, voltage, current, phase, impedance, harmonic content and direct current bias of the radio frequency energy being delivered to th ...


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Kathleen A Clarkson, Edward Larenas, Geoffrey L Weiss: Method for treating cotton-containing fabric with a cellulase composition containing endoglucanase components and which composition is free of exo-cellobiohydrolase I. Genencor International, Burns Doane Swecker & Mathis, September 21, 1993: US05246853 (107 worldwide citation)

Disclosed are improved methods for treating cotton-containing fabrics as well as the fabrics produced from these methods. In particular, the disclosed methods are directed to contacting cotton-containing fabrics with a cellulase solution containing a fungal cellulase composition which is substantial ...


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Curing of polymeric materials. David Augustine Harper, Walter Fairbairn Smith, Ici, January 31, 1947: GB585205-A (106 worldwide citation)

Organic diisocyanate modified polyesteramides are cured by heating in uniform admixture with a cellulose derivative, e.g. cellulose acetate or nitrate and benzyl cellulose, a curing agent, namely, formaldehyde or formaldehyde-liberating substance or a dichromate, and preferably a curing catalyst, na ...


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Improvements in or relating to adhesive compositions. Bernard James Balfe, Ici, April 26, 1950: GB636423-A (105 worldwide citation)

A composition suitable for use as an adhesive comprises an organic diisocyanate-modified polyester or polyesteramide, a "terpene-phenolic" resin, and an organic solvent. The terpene-phenolic resin is a condensation product of a terpene with a phenol, or with a phenol and formaldehyde, or with a pref ...



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