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Belinda Martineau: Cotton modification using ovary-tissue transcriptional factors. Calgene, Barbara Rae Venter, Jennifer Wahlsten, Rae Venter Law Group P C, December 11, 2001: US06329570 (103 worldwide citation)

Novel methods are provided whereby encoding sequences preferentially directing gene expression in ovary tissue, particularly in very early fruit development, are utilized to express genes encoding isopentenyl transferase in cotton ovule tissue. The methods permit the modification of the characterist ...


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Kenneth A Barton, Paul F Umbeck: Insecticidal cotton plants. Agracetus, Quarles & Brady, March 4, 1997: US05608142 (103 worldwide citation)

A plant expression vector is constructed to cause the expression of an amino-terminal portion of the Bacillus thuringiensis delta-endotoxin gene in plant cells and the vector is used to create transgenic plants expressing the toxin. A truncated form of the toxin is used, with carboxy-terminal prolin ...


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Michael D Rostoker, Mark R Schneider, Edwin Fulcher: Method of assembling ball bump grid array semiconductor packages. LSI Logic Corporation, Katz & Cotton, March 24, 1998: US05729894 (101 worldwide citation)

A ball bump grid array package includes dies on one surface of a printed wiring board (PWB) and an array of ball bumps on the other surface of the PWB. The die is interconnected with the ball bumps by bond wires, traces on the one surface of the PWB, vias through the PWB and traces on the other surf ...


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James F Mitchell, Robert McGowen: Cotton cultivar 00S07. D&PL Technology Holding Company, Jondle & Associates P C, September 12, 2006: US07105729 (100 worldwide citation)

A cotton cultivar, designated 00S07, is disclosed. The invention relates to the seeds of cotton cultivar 00S07, to the plants of cotton 00S07 and to methods for producing a cotton plant produced by crossing the cultivar 00S07 with itself or another cotton variety. The invention further relates to hy ...


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Roy F DeVries, William H Snyder II: Sublimation transfer and method. Roy F DeVries, Lerner David Littenberg & Samuel, May 3, 1977: US04021591 (95 worldwide citation)

A dry release sublimation transfer is provided which includes a temporary backing sheet having disposed thereon a sublimation transfer design layer formed of one or more sublimation transfer inks, and a polymeric coating disposed in contact with such design layer. In one embodiment, the design layer ...


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Karl H Kraus, George E Chu, Brian J Rollins, Harold M Wotton III, Danielle L Luongo, Donald M Kallio Jr, Bryan E Cotton, David P Brooks II: External fixator system. Tufts University, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Hamilton Brook Smith & Reynolds P C, May 5, 1998: US05746741 (94 worldwide citation)

An external fixator system comprises a clamp adapted to couple a fixator pin to a connecting rod. The clamp includes a slot for transversely receiving the body of the connecting rod. The slot preferably includes a region of reduced width, providing interference between the clamp and the connecting r ...


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John M Cotton: Shared buffer switching module. IPC Information Systems, Morgan & Finnegan, July 9, 1996: US05535197 (93 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to a switch module for use in an asynchronous transfer mode (ATM) system incorporating a shared buffer memory where incoming data cells are stored and subsequently transferred to exit ports. An incoming data cell is stored at a vacant buffer memory address on an interleaved, w ...


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Softening compositions. Unilever, October 2, 1974: GB1368599-A (92 worldwide citation)

1368599 Softening textiles UNILEVER Ltd 22 Sept 1971 [29 Sept 1970] 46230/70 Heading DIP [Also in Divisions C3 and C5] Cotton fabrics are softened by treatment with aqueous liquors containing cellulolytic C 1 -C x enzymes. Such enzymes may be mixed with amylases, proteases and lipases. The aqueous l ...


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Cellulase enzyme detergent composition. Kao, September 22, 1982: GB2094826-A (92 worldwide citation)

A detergent composition for clothes contains: (a) at least one surfactant selected from anionic surfactants, nonionic surfactants and ampholytic surfactants and (b) bacteria- and/or fungi-derived cellulase having the enzyme activity of at least 100 units for cotton cloths (1 unit is the activity for ...


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Maliyakal John: Transgenic cotton plants producing heterologous polyhydroxy(e) butyrate bioplastic. Monsanto Company, Quarles & Brady, February 11, 1997: US05602321 (91 worldwide citation)

A fiber-producing plant comprising in its genome a heterologous genetic construct is disclosed. This genetic construct comprises a fiber-specific promoter and a coding sequence selected from the group consisting of sequences encoding bioplastic-producing genes. Preferably, the coding sequence is sel ...



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