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Lionel D Aldridge, John K Cotton: Dip socket having preloading and antiwicking features. Burroughs Corporation, James E Ledbetter, Kevin R Peterson, August 12, 1980: US04217024 (95 worldwide citation)

A DIP socket having preloading and antiwicking features. Each socket contains a plurality of unitary metallic contacts wherein each contact has; a pair of outwardly bowed tails; an antiwicking stem; a U-shaped body with a pair of retention latches on the outward portions of the arms of the U-shaped ...


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Remy Ruppel, Pierre Laurent, Joel Hungler: Absorbent combined sheet matierial. Kaysersberg, Breiner & Breiner, December 22, 1992: US05173351 (95 worldwide citation)

A combined sheet material including at least two absorbent sheets, such as of cellulose-cotton, each having a density of between from 10 to 40 g/m.sup.2. Each of the sheets is separately embossed by calendaring them into a pattern of protuberances distributed in a first pitch along a first direction ...


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Maliyakal John: Transgenic cotton plants producing heterologous polyhydroxy(e) butyrate bioplastic. Monsanto Company, Quarles & Brady, February 11, 1997: US05602321 (94 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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Cellulase enzyme detergent composition. Kao, September 22, 1982: GB2094826-A (94 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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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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Jeff Babon, Rima Youil, Jay Stoerker, Anne Huff, Richard G H Cotton: Detection of mismatches by resolvase cleavage using a magnetic bead support. Variagenics, Clark & Elbing, December 22, 1998: US05851770 (93 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a method for detecting one or more mismatches between a first and a second nucleic acid, the first and second nucleic acids being capable of preferentially hybridizing. The method involves: a) providing the first nucleic acid in its single-stranded form, the first nucleic acid being bou ...


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Mathews Dixie I: Apertured article and protective cover therefor. Clegg Cantrell & Crisman, November 19, 1974: US3848281 (93 worldwide citation)

An apertured article, for example, a toroidal foam rubber cushion suitable for use in an infant's head rest or the like, is protected by a cover which includes four sheets of formable material, for example, a textile such as woven cotton fibers, each having a shape conforming to the cross-sectional ...


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Candace H Haigler, A Scott Holaday: Transgenic cotton plants with altered fiber characteristics transformed with a sucrose phosphate synthase nucleic acid. Texas Tech University, Nixon Peabody, October 29, 2002: US06472588 (93 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides methods for increasing the quality of cotton fiber produced from a cotton plant by transformation with a DNA encoding sucrose phosphate synthase. In particular the fiber qualities include strength, length, fiber fineness, fiber maturity ratio, immature fiber content, f ...


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Softening compositions. Unilever, October 2, 1974: GB1368599-A (93 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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Timothy R Cotton: Method and apparatus for secure registration within an in-home wireless network. Motorola, Hugh C Dunlop, November 14, 2000: US06148205 (92 worldwide citation)

A method for secure registration of a access device (400) having a receiver (418) and a transmitter (420) transmitting at an operational RF power level with a base station (200) having a receiver (218) and a transmitter (216) in which the base station reduces its operational RF power level to a regi ...