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Katherina Babich
Marie Angelopoulos, Katherina E Babich, David R Medeiros, Wayne M Moreau: Multifunctional polymeric materials and use thereof. International Business Machines Corporation, Daniel P Morris, Connolly Bove Lodge & Hutz, February 3, 2004: US06686124 (24 worldwide citation)

A multifunctional polymer comprising a polymeric chain having chromophore groups and cross-linking sites is suitable as a resist material and especially as the underlayer for bilayer and top surface imaging strategies. The multifunctional polymer can function as an antireflective coating, planarizin ...


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Stephen T. Avery
Robert C U Yu, Stephen T Avery, Kathleen M Carmichael: Low friction electrostatographic imaging member. Xerox Corporation, Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman, Xerox Corporation, October 8, 2009: US20090253058-A1

Present embodiments pertain to an improved electrostatographic imaging member having low contact friction surfaces to ease sliding mechanical interaction and suppressing abrasion/wear failure and methods of preparing thereof. The improved imaging member has layers comprising one or two low surface e ...


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Stephen T. Avery
Robert C U Yu, Edward F Grabowski, Kathleen M Carmichael, Stephen T Avery, Satish Parikh: Low friction electrostatographic imaging member. Xerox Corporation, Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman, Xerox Corporation, October 8, 2009: US20090253059-A1

Present embodiments pertain to an improved electrostatographic imaging member having low contact friction surfaces to ease sliding mechanical interaction and suppressing abrasion/wear failure and methods of preparing thereof. The improved imaging member has layers comprising one or two low surface e ...


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Stephen T. Avery
Robert C U Yu, Edward F Grabowski, Kathleen M Carmichael, Stephen T Avery, Satish Parikh: Low friction electrostatographic imaging member. Xerox Corporation, July 21, 2011: US20110176831-A1

Present embodiments pertain to an improved electrostatographic imaging member having low contact friction surfaces to ease sliding mechanical interaction and suppressing abrasion/wear failure and methods of preparing thereof. The improved imaging member has layers comprising one or two low surface e ...


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Stephen T. Avery
Robert C U Yu, Stephen T Avery, Kent J Evans: Low friction electrostatographic imaging member. Xerox Corporation, Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman, Xerox Corporation, October 8, 2009: US20090253063-A1

Present embodiments pertain to an improved electrostatographic imaging member having low contact friction surfaces to ease sliding mechanical interaction and suppressing abrasion/wear failure and methods of preparing thereof. The improved imaging member has layers comprising one or two low surface e ...


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Brian Thomas
Brian H Thomas, Donald L Yakimicki, Oludele O Popoola, Michael Wallick: Modified polymeric materials and methods of modifying polymeric materials. Zimmer, Schwegman Lundberg & Woessner P A, January 6, 2015: US08927616

Methods of forming polymeric articles using plasma treated polymer resins, and orthopedic implants comprising a polymeric article wherein the polymeric article has reactive groups bonded to polymer molecules in an interior region of the polymeric article.


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Jeffrey A Hubbell, Chandrashekhar P Pathak, Amarpreet S Sawhney, Neil P Desai, Jennifer L Hill, Syed F A Hossainy: Gels for encapsulation of biological materials. Board of Regents The University of Texas System, Arnall Golden & Gregory, January 12, 1999: US05858746 (483 worldwide citation)

Water soluble macromers are modified by addition of free radical polymerizable groups, such as those containing a carbon-carbon double or triple bond, which can be polymerized under mild conditions to encapsulate tissues, cells, or biologically active materials. The polymeric materials are particula ...


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Robert J Cerwin, William P McVay: Plastic surgical staple. Ethicon, Robert L Minier, March 2, 1982: US04317451 (478 worldwide citation)

A one-piece, self-locking, molded plastic staple useful as a tissue fixation device in surgical procedures. The staple has opposed, pointed, L-shaped legs secured to a horizontal bridging member. Each leg has an extension which is engaged by a locking bar extending between the extensions when the st ...


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Robert W Mericle: Plastic surgical staple. Ethicon, Robert L Minier, January 31, 1984: US04428376 (461 worldwide citation)

A one-piece, self-locking, molded plastic staple useful as a tissue fixation device in surgical procedures. The staple has opposed, pointed, L-shaped legs hinged to a horizontal bridging member having expanding cam surfaces on each end. Each leg has an extending cam follower which traverses the cam ...


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Syed F A Hossainy, Li Chen: Porous prosthesis and a method of depositing substances into the pores. Advanced Cardiovascular Systems, Cameron Kerrigan Squire Sanders and Dempsey L, April 30, 2002: US06379381 (454 worldwide citation)

An implantable prosthesis, for example a stent, is provided that is capable of being loaded with substances. In one example, the prosthesis is a cylindrical-shaped body having depots or pores formed thereon. The depots can be formed at preselected locations on the body of the prosthesis and can have ...