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Cornell Research Foundation, Inc. Patents
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Cornell Research Foundation, Inc.
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Ithaca, NY
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
RE40911 Canine erythropoietin gene and recombinant protein September 8, 2009
One aspect of the present invention is an isolated nucleic acid molecule encoding canine erythropoietin. The present invention also relates to an isolated canine erythropoietin protein or polypeptide. Another aspect of the present invention is a method for providing erythropoietin therap
RE35348 Artificial system and method for breeding hematophagous insects October 8, 1996
A system for breeding fleas comprises a blood reservoir with a feeding membrane and a cage adjacent to the feeding membrane and containing a screen which supports the fleas during feeding, divides the cage into a feeding chamber and an egg collection chamber and provides access by the
RE33600 Environmental control system for poultry houses June 4, 1991
Method and apparatus for controlling environmental conditions in an animal house, and particularly in a poultry house, for producing maximum economic return. The static parameters of the house are determined, and thereafter continuous measurements are made of current inside and outside
PP9638 Plum cultivar `Castleton` September 3, 1996
A new distinctive cultivar of plum (Prunus domestica) named `Castleton` (formerly tested as NY 66.609.4) which is exceptional in combining (1) high quality, attractive dark purple fruit capable of achieving in mid-August sufficient color for commercial fresh markets, (2), a tree habi
PP8991 Strawberry Seneca November 29, 1994
A new and distinct variety of strawberry (Fragaria.times.Ananassa) which is exceptional in combining large yield, potential large fruit size, extreme fruit firmness and good fruit quality. The strawberry is named `Seneca` and was tested as NY 1529.
PP8543 Flowering crab apple/apple rootstock `Geneva 65` January 18, 1994
A new and unique apple rootstock `Geneva 65` that is very dwarfing and resistant to crown rot and fire blight. The tree is also useful as a small ornamental flowering crab.
PP7860 Grapevine, `Chardonel` May 5, 1992
A new and distinct variety of grapevine, `Chardonel`, from a cross of `Seyval` and `Chardonnay`, which can be distinguished by its outstanding wine combined with high productivity, and cold hardiness superior to its acclaimed parent, `Chardonnay`.
PP7820 Apple cultivar `Teeple Red Empire` March 10, 1992
An apple tree, `Teeple Red Empire`, a sport of `Empire` which is significantly redder than `Empire` but otherwise substantially identical to `Empire`.
PP7118 Apple cultivar `Empress` January 23, 1990
A new and distinct apple cultivar, named `Empress`, (also tested as NY 651), is exceptional for its large fruit size, attractive bright red finish, good yellow flesh color, good eating quality and high fruit yields in the midautumn season.
PP7067 Red raspberry `Watson` December 5, 1989
A red raspberry plant, `Watson` (also tested as NY 114), which produces primocane fruit, which are very large and abundant.
PP6160 Grapevine, Einset seedless April 26, 1988
A new and distinct variety of grapevine from an interspecific cross (Labruscana.times.vinifera), named `Einset Seedless` and tested as NY 63.878.1 which originated from a seed produced by hand pollination of `Fredonia` (non-patented) with pollen from `Canner` (non-patented) is descri
PP6159 Grapevine, "Melody", NY 65.444.4 April 26, 1988
A new and distinct variety of grapevine named `Melody`, and tested as NY 65.444.4, which originated from seed produced by a hand pollinated cross of `Seyval` (non-patented) and GW5 from New York (non-patented) is described. This new variety can be distinguished by its vinifera-type wine
PP5897 Strawberry Jewel March 10, 1987
A strawberry plant which has large fruit, all-around performance and good fruit quality.
PP5723 Apple cultivar NY 58533-1 April 22, 1986
A new and distinct apple cultivar, named `Freedom` which is exceptional for its resistance to apple scab incited by Venturia inaequalis, cedar apple rust incited by Gymnosporangium juniperi virginianae, apple powdery mildew incited by Podosphaera leucotricha, and fire blight incited by E
PP5405 Purple raspberry, N.Y. 632 February 12, 1985
A purple raspberry plant having good resistance to aphids and fruitworms, bearing large fruit of good quality.
PP5404 Red raspberry, N.Y. 883 February 12, 1985
A red raspberry plant which has a high yield of large, well displayed fruit.
PP5333 Apple tree November 13, 1984
An apple tree which is vole-resistant and useful for rootstocks and trunkstocks.
PP18892 `Newfane` Sweet Cherry Tree Prunus Avium June 10, 2008
A new and distinct variety of sweet cherry tree, Prunus avium, originating as a hybrid seedling of the cross: `Emperor Francis` (non-patented).times.`Stella` (non-patented). This new variety is unique from its parents and other sweet cherries varieties because it is a light fleshed,
PP18183 Alstroemeria plant named `Mauve Majesty` November 6, 2007
An Alstroemeria cultivar particularly distinguished by its mauve flower color, its strong, upright flower stems, its winter hardiness, and its continuous flowering from beginning of summer until the first hard freeze in the fall is disclosed.
PP17301 `Ridgewood Cherry` cultivar December 26, 2006
A new and distinct variety of sweet cherry tree, Prunus avium, originating as a hybrid seedling of the cross: `Starks Gold` (unpatented).times.`Stella` (unpatented). This new variety is unique from its parents and other sweet cherries varieties because it is late blooming, dark skinn
PP17139 Apple tree rootstock named `G.41` October 10, 2006
A new and distinct variety of apple tree rootstock Malus domestica.times.Malus robusta hybrid `G.41` is described herein. The new variety is a dwarfing rootstock that is resistant to fire blight (Erwinia amylovora) and crown rot (Phytophthora cactorum). The `G.41` rootstock is useful
PP17063 Apple tree rootstock named `G.935` August 29, 2006
A new and distinct variety of apple tree rootstock Malus domestica.times.Malus robusta hybrid `G.935` is described herein. The new variety is a dwarfing rootstock that is resistant to fire blight (Erwinia amylovora) and crown rot (Phytophthora cactorum). The `G.935` rootstock is usef
PP16571 Strawberry plant named `Clancy` May 23, 2006
This invention relates to a new and distinct June-bearing cultivar of strawberry plant named `Clancy` primarily adapted to the growing conditions of west central New York and other regions of similar climate. The new cultivar is primarily characterized by strong vigor, large flowers,
PP16480 Strawberry plant named `L'Amour` April 25, 2006
This invention relates to a new and distinct June-bearing cultivar of strawberry plant named `L'Amour` primarily adapted to the growing conditions of west central New York and other regions of similar climate. The new cultivar is primarily characterized by strong vigor, large flowers
PP15154 Plum Tree named `HoneySweet` September 21, 2004
A new and distinct variety of plum is transgenic and is characterized by the presence of the plum pox virus coat protein gene and genes for kanamycin resistance (NPTII) and .beta.-glucuronidase (GUS). The plum pox virus coat protein transgene imparts a high level of resistance to plum
PP14020 Plum tree named `Kenmore Plum` July 29, 2003
A new a distinct variety of prune plum tree, Prunus domestica, originating as a hybrid seedling of the cross: `Standard`(non-patented).times.`Stanley`(non-patented). This new variety is unique from its parents and other prune plums because it is has a freestone, non-shattering stone
PP13881 Plum tree named `Jayfree Plum` June 17, 2003
A new a distinct variety of prune plum tree, Prunus domestica, originating as a hybrid seedling of the cross: `Valor` (non-patented).times.`Iroquois`(non-patented). This new variety is unique from its parents and other prune plums because it is has a freestone, non-shattering stone a
PP12443 Apple rootstock named `Geneva 16` March 12, 2002
A new and distinct apple rootstock, `Geneva 16` is a dwarfing rootstock that is resistant to fire blight.
PP11747 Red raspberry plant named `Prelude` January 23, 2001
A new and distinct cultivar of red raspberry plant named `Prelude` is a very early maturing summer red raspberry cultivar available for production in the East Coast and Great Lakes regions, peaking in production in late June and very early July.
PP11746 Red raspberry plant named `Encore` January 23, 2001
A new and distinct cultivar of red raspberry plant named `Encore` matures a high percentage of fruit from late July to early August in the East Coast and Great Lakes regions, thereby extending the summer harvest season and decreasing the gap between the summer and fall harvest seasons.
PP11118 Sweet cherry cultivar named `Somerset` November 9, 1999
A new distinctive cultivar of sweet cherry (Prunus avium) named `Somerset` (formerly tested as NY 6476) which is exceptional in combining 1) firm, highly attractive fruit that resist rain induced fruit cracking, 2) a tree habit that branches more profusely than many other cultivars and w
PP11108 Sour cherry cultivar named `Surefire` October 26, 1999
A new distinctive cultivar of sour cherry (Prunus cersus) which is exceptional in combining 1) high quality, totally red fruit, 2) a tree habit that has fewer lateral and secondary lateral branches than many other cultivars and which facilitates ease of hand harvesting, and 3) having
PP11107 Sweet cherry cultivar named `Royalton` October 19, 1999
A new and distinct variety of sweet cherry tree which produces large and firm fruit having rich, strong cherry flavor, crisp flesh and which contain large stones of round to round-conic shape. The fruit has exceptionally high levels of soluble solids at ripeness. A seeding of `NY1725
PP11070 Apple rootstock named `Geneva 11` September 28, 1999
A new and unique apple rootstock, `Geneva 11` that is dwarfing and resistant to crown rot and fire blight.
PP11034 Sweet cherry cultivar named `Hartland` August 17, 1999
A new distinct cultivar of sweet cherry (Prunus avium) which is exceptional in combining 1) ability to bear consistently large crops, 2) having wide pollenizer utility, and 3) having a uniquely spreading moderately drooping tree form. The cultivar is named `Hartland` and was tested as NY
PP11012 Grape cultivar `Marquis` July 20, 1999
A new and distinct variety of grapevine (Vitis interspecific hybrid (V. vinifera, V. labrusca)) named `Marquis` and tested as NY64.029.01, which originiated as a cross of `Athens` and `Emerald Seedless` is described. This new variety can be distinguished by its large normally yellow-gree
PP11000 Apple cultivar `Fortune` July 6, 1999
A new distinctive cultivar of apple (Malus Xdomestica) which is exceptional in combining the desirable appearance of `Empire` with much larger fruit size, and the processing quality of `Northern Spy` without the production problems of `Northern Spy`. It offers growers and consumers a lar
D538962 Swarf lamp March 20, 2007
8577129 System and method for three-dimensional image rendering and analysis November 5, 2013
The present invention relates to methods and systems for conducting three-dimensional image analysis and diagnosis and possible treatment relating thereto. The invention includes methods of handling signals containing information (data) relating to three-dimensional representation of
8563067 Extended shelf life and bulk transport of perishable organic liquids with low pressure carbon di October 22, 2013
Carbon dioxide is dissolved in liquid dairy products loaded and transported in bulk containers so as to improve product shelf life, thereby providing options for more economical shipment, as by rail and ocean vessels and for extended transport by truck and to facilitate extended stor
8298677 Fluorescent silica-based nanoparticles October 30, 2012
The invention generally relates to fluorescent nanoparticles and more specifically to silica-based fluorescent nanoparticles of less than 30 nm with covalently attached organic dyes. The invention provides a fluorescent monodisperse silica nanoparticle comprising fluorophore center c
8295655 Electro-optical modulator October 23, 2012
An optical modulator includes a ring resonator with a waveguide adjacent to and optically coupled to the micro-ring resonator. A p-i-n junction is formed about the ring resonator. An optional additional doped region may be formed opposite the waveguide from the ring resonator and when
8288521 Detection of nucleic acid sequence differences using the ligase detection reaction with addressa October 16, 2012
The present invention describes a method for identifying one or more of a plurality of sequences differing by one or more single base changes, insertions, deletions, or translocations in a plurality of target nucleotide sequences. The method includes a ligation phase, a capture phase
8283121 Detection of nucleic acid sequence differences using coupled ligase detection and polymerase cha October 9, 2012
The present invention relates to a method for identifying a target nucleotide sequence. This method involves forming a ligation product on a target nucleotide sequence in a ligase detection reaction mixture, amplifying the ligation product to form an amplified ligation product in a p
8278239 Polycarbonates made using highly selective catalysts October 2, 2012
Poly(propylene carbonates) are prepared from propylene oxide and CO.sub.2 with less than 10% cyclic propylene carbonate by product using cobalt based catalysts of structure ##STR00001## preferably in combination with salt cocatalyst, very preferably cocatalyst where the cation is P
8268531 Photoacid generator compounds and compositions September 18, 2012
The invention provides various ionic and non-ionic photoacid generator compounds. Photoresist compositions that include the novel ionic and non-ionic photoacid generator compounds are also provided. The invention further provides methods of making and using the photoacid generator co
8263406 Enriched or purified population of motor neurons and its preparation from a population of embryo September 11, 2012
The present invention is directed to a method of isolating an enriched or purified population of motor neurons from a population of embryonic stem cells. This method involves providing a population of embryonic stem cells and selecting a promoter or enhancer which functions only in the
8263402 Method for isolating and purifying oligodendrocytes and oligodendrocyte progenitor cells September 11, 2012
The present invention is directed to a method of separating oligodendrocyte cells or progenitor cells thereof from a mixed population of cells. It comprises selecting a promoter which functions only in the oligodendrocyte cells or progenitor cells thereof, introducing a nucleic acid
8216594 Proteins with repetitive Bacterial-Ig-like (Big) domains present in Leptospira species July 10, 2012
The invention relates to three isolated DNA molecules that encode for proteins, BigL1, BigL2 and BigL3, in the Leptospira sp bacterium which have repetitive Bacterial-Ig-like (Big) domains and their use in diagnostic, therapeutic and vaccine applications. According to the present inv
8206911 Identification of the gene and mutation responsible for progressive rod-cone degeneration in dog June 26, 2012
Tools and methods are provided for determining whether or not a dog is genetically normal, is a carrier of, or is affected with or predisposed to progressive rod-cone degeneration. The method is based on the detection of a transversion from G to A at position corresponding to nucleot

 
 
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