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CLASS REINER, ZEPPEZAUER MICHAEL: COMPOSITIONS ANTIMICROBIENNES COMPRENANT LHISTONE H1, TROUSSES, ET MODES DEMPLOI DESDITES COMPOSITIONS, ANTIMICROBIAL HISTONE H1 COMPOSITIONS, KITS, AND METHODS OF USE THEREOF. SYMBIOTEC, PHILADELPHIA HEALTH AND EDUCATION CORPORATION, SYMBIOTEC, PHILADELPHIA HEALTH AND EDUCATION CORPORATION, MACRAE & CO, April 16, 2013: CA2379087

The invention includes antibiotic pharmaceutical compositions comprising eukaryotic histone H1 protein and methods of using eukaryotic histone H1 protein to kill or to inhibit the growth of microorganisms, including, but not limited to, human pathogenic bacteria. The invention further includes a euk ...


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Darwin J Prockop, Weiwen Deng: Directed in vitro differentiation of marrow stromal cells into neural cell progenitors. Tulane University, Philadelphia Health and Education Corporation, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner, February 15, 2007: US20070036772-A1

The invention relates to methods for inducing marrow stromal cells to differentiate into neural cells by way of increasing intracellular levels of cyclic AMP. The invention also encompasses methods of producing a neural cell by causing a marrow stromal cell to differentiate into a neural cell by inc ...


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George Tuszynski, Taffy Williams: Angiocidin: a Cys-Ser-Val-Thr-Cys-Gly specific tumor cell adhesion receptor. Philadelphia Health and Education Corporation, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner, September 25, 2003: US20030180295-A1

The present invention provides the sequence of a cell matrix receptor specific for the Cys-Ser-Val-Thr-Cys-Gly (SEQ ID NO: 1) region of thrombospondin. Also provided are purification, cloning and expression methods. The receptor protein is useful in numerous diagnostic, prophylactic and therapeutic ...


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Ira B Black, Dale L Woodbury, Darwin J Prockop, Emily Schwarz: Differentiation of bone marrow cells into neuronal cells and uses therefor. Philadelphia Health And Education Corporation, University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, Morgan Lewis & Bockius, October 30, 2003: US20030203484-A1

The present invention relates to methods of inducing differentiation of mammalian bone marrow stromal cells into neuronal cells by contacting marrow stromal cells with a neuronal differentiation-inducing compounds. Neuronal differentiation-inducing compounds of the invention include anti-oxidants su ...


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Mark Stearns, Youji Hu: PCAM-1 marker protein, nucleic acid sequences encoding PCAM-1 and immunoassays for detection of PCAM-1. Philadelphia Health and Education Corporation, Morgan Lewis & Bockius, November 6, 2003: US20030207339-A1

The present invention provides a cancer marker protein, PCAM-1, and polynucleotides which identify and encode this protein. Detection of this marker is useful in diagnosing and prognosticating cancer in a patient. Also provided are expression vectors and host cells for expression of PCAM-1 as well a ...


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Mark Stearns, Youji Hu, Min Wang: Prostate cancer-related compositions, methods, and kits based on DNA macroarray proteomics platforms. Philadelphia Health and Education Corporation, Drinker Biddle & Reath, June 30, 2005: US20050142592-A1

The invention relates to novel nucleic acids encoding a mammalian PCADM-1 gene, and proteins encoded thereby, whose expression is increased in certain diseases, disorders, or conditions, including, but not limited to, prostate cancer. The invention further relates to methods of detecting and treatin ...


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Bradford A Jameson, Anna P Tretiakova, Mark K Haynes: Novel spliced 5-HT1A receptors and methods, kits, and uses relating thereto. Philadelphia Health and Education Corporation, Drinker Biddle & Reath, September 15, 2005: US20050202467-A1

The present invention relates to a novel spliced 5-HT1A receptor and nucleic acids encoding the same and the polypeptides encoded thereby.


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Darwin J Prockop, Russell G Reiss, John Langell: Stromal cell use. Philadelphia Health and Education Corporation, Morgan Lewis & Bockius, October 21, 2004: US20040208861-A1

The invention relates to the use of marrow stromal cells to enhance hematopoiesis in a mammal.


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Ira B Black, Dale L Woodbury, Darwin J Prockop, Emily Schwarz: Differentiation of bone marrow cells into neuronal cells and uses therefor. Philadelphia Health And Education Corporation, University Of Medicine And Dentistry Of New Jersey, Seed Intellectual Property Law Group Pllc, June 5, 2008: US20080131407-A1

The present invention relates to methods of inducing differentiation of mammalian bone marrow stromal cells into neuronal cells by contacting marrow stromal cells with a neuronal differentiation-inducing compounds. Neuronal differentiation-inducing compounds of the invention include anti-oxidants su ...



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