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Folkert O Belzer, James H Southard: Perfusate for the preservation of organs. Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation, Howard W Bremer, January 17, 1989: US04798824 (127 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to new compositions for the preservation of organs prior to implantation comprising hydroxyethyl starch substantially free of ethylene glycol, ethylene chlorohydrin and acetone in a pharmaceutically acceptable organ perfusate.


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Folkert D Belzer, James H Southard: Solution for the preservation of organs. Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation, Howard W Bremer, November 7, 1989: US04879283 (83 worldwide citation)

In accordance with the present invention a method of preserving organs using a perfusate or storage solution containing a specific synthetic hydroxyethyl starch in place of human serum albumin is disclosed. A suitable composition is provided. Disclosed is a cold-storage solution and perfusate that h ...


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Joan Wikman Coffelt: Long-term preservation of organs for transplantation. The Regents of the University of California, Hana Dolezalova, November 19, 1991: US05066578 (82 worldwide citation)

A novel method for preservation of organs for transplantation, wherein the organ to be transplanted is first perfused with a preservation solution containing essentially pyruvate, inorganic salts providing ions to retain the cell action potential and optionally a protein. Then, the organ is perfused ...


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Thorne Gale H, Wood Orin Lew, Knudson Kay L: Apparatus for preservation of organs. Baxter Laboratories, June 12, 1973: US3738914 (61 worldwide citation)

Apparatus and method of preserving life organs, the apparatus having an organ container in which the organ may be subjected to elevated pressure, a pump pulsatilely delivering perfusate into the organ and an oxygenator to oxygenate the perfusate effluent from the organ. A constant pressure bias main ...


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Thorne Gale H, Wood Orin Lew, Knudson Kay L: Preservation of organs. Baxter Laboratories, Ellis Garrettson, July 1, 1975: US3892628 (52 worldwide citation)

Apparatus and method of preserving life organs, the apparatus having an organ container in which the organ may be subjected to elevated pressure, a pump pulsatilely delivering perfusate into the organ and an oxygenator to oxygenate the perfusate effluent from the organ. A constant pressure bias main ...


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Steven M Strasberg, Robert P C Harvey: Composition for the preservation of organs comprising glucuronic acid or a physiologically tolerated salt or ester thereof. Mount Sinai Hospital Corporation, Bereskin & Parr, April 6, 1993: US05200398 (45 worldwide citation)

A novel composition for the preservation of organs intended for transplantation and a method of preserving organs intended for transplantation using the composition are described. The composition contains glucuronic acid or a physiologically tolerated salt or ester thereof in a pharmaceutically acce ...


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Donald S Karanewsky, Vincent J Kalish, Edward D Robinson, Brett R Ullman: (Substituted)Acyl dipeptidyl inhibitors of the ice/ced-3 family of cysteine proteases. Idun Pharmacueticals, Seed Intellectual Property Law Group PLLC, June 5, 2001: US06242422 (41 worldwide citation)

This invention is directed to novel (substituted)acyl dipeptidyl ICE/ced-3 family inhibitor compounds. The invention is also directed to pharmaceutical compositions containing these compounds, as well as the use of such compositions in the treatment of patients suffering inflammatory, autoimmune and ...


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Stig Steen: Preservation solution. Stiftelsen Facthor, September 21, 2004: US06794124 (31 worldwide citation)

An improved preservation solution is described, which is intended for the preservation of organs and tissues, or parts thereof, from humans and animals. The improved preservation solution contains calcium, at least one colloidosmotically active substance, and nitroglycerin. Also described is a metho ...


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Folkert O Belzer, James H Southard: Composition for the preservation of organs. Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation, Howard W Bremer, Gildo E Fato, October 10, 1989: US04873230 (31 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to new compositions for the preservation of organs prior to implantation comprising hydroxyethyl starch substantially free of ethylene glycol, ethylene chlorohydrin and acetone in a pharmaceutically acceptable organ perfusate.


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Jean Riess, Francois Jeanneaux, Maurice Le Blanc, Andre Lantz: Branched perfluoroalkyl-1,2-ethenes, their preparation and their use as oxygen carriers. Produits Chemiques Ugine Kuhlmann, Pennie & Edmonds, September 23, 1986: US04613708 (28 worldwide citation)

This invention concerns new branched perfluoroalkylated ethenes, their preparation and their use, in the form of aqueous emulsions, as oxygen carriers, and in particular as blood substitutes or as perfusion agents for the preservation of organs before transplant.