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John R Wilson, Martin L Wolf: Compartmentalized tissue culture flask. Sprung Kramer Schaefer & Briscoe, December 2, 1997: US05693537 (78 worldwide citation)

A cell culture device comprising a container having a cell culture compartment defined by a lower gas permeable film and an upper sheet selectively permeable to compounds of selected sizes. The device is adapted to allow culture medium to reside between the upper sheet and the lower gas permeable fi ...


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Timothy A Stevens, Edward Mussi: Tissue culture flask. Becton Dickinson and Company, Bruce S Weintraub, Nanette S Thomas, July 20, 1999: US05924583 (58 worldwide citation)

A laboratory flask is designed for the growth of tissue, cells or microorganisms in a culture medium. The flask includes a bottom wall which accommodates the culture medium. The interior of the flask is accessible from an opening in a side wall through a neck extending outwardly therefrom. The neck ...


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Shinzo Honda, Jiro Akiyama, Takeshi Yamamoto: Tissue culture flask. Terumo Corporation, Burns Doane Swecker & Mathis, August 18, 1992: US05139952 (23 worldwide citation)

A tissue culture flask includes a container main body comprising a box having a bottom surface for supporting a substance to be cultured, a side surface, and an upper surface. A cylindrical neck is provided on the side surface of the container main body to communicate with the interior of the contai ...


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Andrew P Muser: Culture flask. Becton Dickinson and Company, November 16, 2004: US06818438 (21 worldwide citation)

A tissue culture flask includes a base, a cover and a cap. The base has a bottom wall and a ramp extending up at an obtuse angle from the bottom wall to the front end of the flask. The flask also includes a sidewall enclosure that extends up from the bottom wall and the ramp. The sidewall enclosure ...


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Xuejun Cai, Yalin Lin, Guohe Lin: Universal tissue culture flask. September 5, 2000: US06114165 (20 worldwide citation)

The present invention improves performance of a flask used for microorganism, cell and tissue culture. The flask is composed of culture chamber, a wide oblong opening and a closure unit. The wide oblong opening eliminates the bottle neck restriction of conventional flasks and gives easy access to th ...


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George Lyman, Gregory Mathus: Tissue culture flask. Costar Corporation, Wolf Greenfield & Sacks, May 22, 1990: US04927764 (5 worldwide citation)

A tissue culture flask having a flat bottom wall with optical properties on the inner surface of which cells are grown. A top wall opposite the bottom wall has a large opening therethrough which provides access to the growing surface for the removal of cells growing on the surface. The opening is cl ...


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Archana Bhat, Dan Laskowitz, Patrick Joe, Mark Adams, Michael Lee Boyer II: Bone grafts and methods of making and using bone grafts. Globus Medical, February 28, 2017: US09579421 (3 worldwide citation)

Provided herein are bone grafts and methods of making and using the same, as well as products and kits that include such bone grafts. In particular, bone grafts are provided that include osteogenic stem cells in a mix of osteoinductive demineralized bone matrix and osteoconductive cortico-cancellous ...


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Stevens Timothy A, Mussi Edward: Tissue culture flask. Becton Dickinson Co, November 20, 1996: EP0743362-A2 (2 worldwide citation)

A laboratory flask is designed for the growth of tissue, cells or microorganisms in a culture medium. The flask includes a bottom wall which accommodates the culture medium. The interior of the flask is accessible from an opening in a side wall through a neck extending outwardly therefrom. The neck ...


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Archana Bhat, Shairali Rao, Daniel Laskowitz: Bone grafts including osteogenic stem cells, and methods relating to the same. Globus Medical, January 10, 2017: US09539286 (1 worldwide citation)

Bone grafts and constructs including stem cells are provided. Example bone grafts include osteogenic stem cells seeded on a scaffold of osteoconductive cortico-cancellous chips and/or osteoinductive demineralized bone. Example constructs include extracellular matrix on a synthetic scaffold, in which ...


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Mark Westerman, Vaughn Ostland, Huiling Han, Patrick Gutschow, Keith Westerman, Gordana Olbina: Anti-hepcidin antibodies and uses thereof. INTRINSIC LIFESCIENCES, Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, May 23, 2017: US09657098 (1 worldwide citation)

The present application relates to antibodies that specifically bind to hepcidin and methods of using the antibodies. Another aspect relates to antibodies which bind hepcidin and regulate iron homeostasis. Another aspect relates to the use of humanized antibodies which bind hepcidin for the treatmen ...