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RE43688 Compositions and methods related to serotonin 5-HT1A receptors September 25, 2012
Contemplated substituted arylpiperazinyl compounds, and most preferably .sup.18F-Mefway, exhibit desirable in vitro and in vivo binding characteristics to the 5-HT1A receptor. Among other advantageous parameters, contemplated compounds retain high binding affinity, display optimal li
RE43073 Formulation of phosphorus fertilizer for plants January 10, 2012
Concentrated phosphorus fertilizers are disclosed that comprise a buffered composition of an organic acid and salts thereof and a phosphorous-containing acid and salts thereof. The concentrated phosphorus fertilizers can be diluted with water of pH ranging from about 6.5 to about 8.5
RE42876 Apparatus and method for operating internal combustion engines from variable mixtures of gaseous November 1, 2011
An apparatus and method for utilizing any arbitrary mixture ratio of multiple fuel gases having differing combustion characteristics, such as natural gas and hydrogen gas, within an internal combustion engine. The gaseous fuel composition ratio is first sensed, such as by thermal con
RE42756 Endovascular electrolytically detachable wire and tip for the formation of thrombus in arteries, September 27, 2011
An artery, vein, aneurysm, vascular malformation or arterial fistula is occluded through endovascular occlusion by the endovascular insertion of a platinum wire and/or tip into the vascular cavity. The vascular cavity is packed with the tip to obstruct blood flow or access of blood in th
RE42662 Endovascular electrolytically detachable wire and tip for the formation of thrombus in arteries, August 30, 2011
An artery, vein, aneurysm, vascular malformation or arterial fistula is occluded through endovascular occlusion by the endovascular insertion of a platinum wire and/or tip into the vascular cavity. The vascular cavity is packed with the tip to obstruct blood flow or access of blood in th
RE42625 Endovascular electrolytically detachable wire and tip for the formation of thrombus in arteries, August 16, 2011
An artery, vein, aneurysm, vascular malformation or arterial fistula is occluded through endovascular occlusion by the endovascular insertion of a platinum wire and/or tip into the vascular cavity. The vascular cavity is packed with the tip to obstruct blood flow or access of blood in th
RE41789 Formulation of phosphorus fertilizer for plants October 5, 2010
Concentrated phosphorus fertilizers are disclosed that comprise a buffered composition of an organic acid and salts thereof and a phosphorous-containing acid and salts thereof. The concentrated phosphorus fertilizers can be diluted with water of pH ranging from about 6.5 to about 8.5
RE41644 Method for optical modulation at periodic optical structure band edges September 7, 2010
In the band edge region, transmission and reflection of an optical wave can be made very sensitive to the change in radiation wavelength, a change in the modulator material refractive index, and/or a change in the material absorption. Controlling these parameters with the increased l
RE41582 S-band low-noise amplifier with self-adjusting bias for improved power consumption and dynamic r August 24, 2010
A discrete low-noise amplifier designed to operate in a mobile wireless environment uses two cascaded GaAs FETs to achieve 25 dB gain and 0.9 dB noise figure at 2.5 GHz. Active bias control circuitry responsive to monitored amplifier output power automatically and continuously adjusts
RE41063 Optical layer multicasting using a multiple sub-carrier header and multicast switch with active December 29, 2009
An optical signaling header technique applicable to optical networks wherein packet routing information is embedded in the same channel or wavelength as the data payload so that both the header and data payload propagate through network elements with the same path and the associated
RE41029 Endovascular electrolytically detachable wire and tip for the formation of thrombus in arteries, December 1, 2009
An artery, vein, aneurysms vascular malformation or arterial fistula is occluded through endovascular occlusion by the endovascular insertion of a platinum wire and/or tip into the vascular cavity. The vascular cavity is packed with the tip to obstruct blood flow or access of blood in th
RE40929 Chromosome-specific staining to detect genetic rearrangements associated with chromosome 3 and/o October 6, 2009
Methods and compositions for staining based upon nucleic acid sequence that employ .[.nudeic.]. .Iadd.nucleic .Iaddend.acid probes are provided. Said methods produce staining patterns that can be tailored for specific cytogenetic analyses. Said probes are appropriate for in situ hybr
RE40494 Chromosome-specific staining to detect genetic rearrangements associated with chromosome 3 and/o September 9, 2008
Methods and compositions for staining based upon nucleic acid sequence that employ nucleic acid probes are provided. Said methods produce staining patterns that can be tailored for specific cytogenetic analyses. Said probes are appropriate for in situ hybridization and stain both int
RE40419 Production of synthetic transportation fuels from carbonaceous material using self-sustained hyd July 1, 2008
A process and apparatus for producing a synthesis gas for use as a gaseous fuel or as feed into a Fischer-Tropsch reactor to produce a liquid fuel in a substantially self-sustaining process. A slurry of particles of carbonaceous material in water, and hydrogen from an internal source, ar
RE39988 Deposition of dopant impurities and pulsed energy drive-in January 1, 2008
A semiconductor doping process which enhances the dopant incorporation achievable using the Gas Immersion Laser Doping (GILD) technique. The enhanced doping is achieved by first depositing a thin layer of dopant atoms on a semiconductor surface followed by exposure to one or more pul
RE39796 Method of eliminating mach waves from supersonic jets August 28, 2007
A method and device for reducing the amount of noise generated by a supersonic jet engine is provided. The method creates an envelope of air around the supersonic jet exhaust. The temperature and velocity of this envelope is controlled to eliminate or reduce the formation of noise ma
RE39436 Interventions to mimic the effects of calorie restriction December 19, 2006
Long term calorie restriction has the benefit of increasing life span. Methods to screen interventions that mimic the effects of calorie restriction are disclosed. Extensive analysis of genes for which expression is statistically different between control and calorie restricted anima
RE38307 Method and apparatus for three-dimensional microscopy with enhanced resolution November 11, 2003
A method and apparatus for three dimensional optical microscopy is disclosed which employs dual opposing objective lenses about a sample and extended incoherent illumination to provide enhanced depth or Z.Iadd.-.Iaddend.direction resolution. In a first embodiment, observed light from
RE37770 Treatment of skin conditions by use of PPAR.alpha. activators June 25, 2002
Disorders of the skin and mucous membrane that have a disrupted or dysfunctional epidermal barrier are treated or prevented by topical application of compounds that are either activators of the farnesoid X receptor, activators of the peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor .alpha.
RE35491 Methods and compositions for detecting human tumors April 8, 1997
Methods and compositions for detecting the presence of tumors are provided, where a physiological sample is assayed for the expression product of a c-onc gene as diagnostic for the presence of the tumor. The method finds use in both pre-and postoperative situations with a host suspected
RE34708 Scanning ion conductance microscope August 30, 1994
A scanning ion conductance microscope, SICM, which can image the topography of soft non-conducting surfaces covered with electrolytes by maintaining a micropipette probe at a constant conductance distance from the surface. It can also sample and image the local ion currents above the sur
RE34489 Atomic force microscope with optional replaceable fluid cell December 28, 1993
An atomic force microscope which is readily useable for researchers for its intended use without extensive lost time for setup and repair. The probe used therein is a cantilevered optical lever which imparts surface information in a gentle and reliable manner by reflecting an incident
RE33259 Method and apparatus for rapid NMR imaging of nuclear parameters with an object July 10, 1990
An imaging NMR scanner obtains plural spin echo signals during each of successive measurement cycles permitting determination of the T2 parameter for each display pixel after but a single measurement sequence. The amplitude of the NMR spin echo responses is dependent on an "a" machine
RE33170 Surgically implantable disconnect device February 27, 1990
A surgically implantable connector for a transcutaneous driving system comprised of a case having a base and a lid which are shaped to provide a cavity between them with a first elastomeric pad for supporting a first set of electrical contacts in the cavity which contacts mate with a sec
RE30966 Wick catheter pressure sensing probe and method of use June 15, 1982
This invention relates to a clinical wick catheter and to a technique for measuring tissue fluid pressure and also collecting tissue fluid by the catheter.A catheter has a wick positioned in one end which is drawn into place by a monofilament tether extending through the catheter tube. I
RE29703 Non-invasively measuring arterial oxygen tension July 18, 1978
Oxygen tension is measured in the palpebral conjuctiva and is converted to arterial oxygen tension by applying a conversion factor thereto. A polarographic oxygen sensor on the outer surface of a scleral contact member is employed, and the current passed is read and converted, or read
PP9753 Avocado tree called Lamb/Hass December 17, 1996
A new and distinct variety of avocado tree characterized by its production capacity similar to `Gwen`, i.e., greater than `Hass` and a season similar to `Gwen`, i.e., later maturing than `Hass`. The skin color and texture is like that of its "Great-grandparent," `Hass`, and flavor is rat
PP9709 Avocado tree called `Sir-Prize` November 26, 1996
A new and distinct variety of avocado tree characterized by fruit similar to the `Hass` industry standard but earlier-maturing and more productive. The new variety, due to its Mexican race genes, is more suitable than `Hass` in colder growing areas. Season of maturity averages 6-8 weeks
PP9135 Zoysiagrass plant named `Victoria` May 9, 1995
A new and distinct variety of Zoysiagrass which has a longer growing season and green color retention in winter and less anthocyanin than the variety `El Toro`.
PP9127 Zoysiagrass plant named `De Anza` May 2, 1995
A new and distinct variety of Zoysiagrass which has a longer growing season and green color retention in winter and less anthocyanin than the variety `El Toro`.
PP8897 Buffalograss plant called `Hilite` 25 September 13, 1994
A vegetatively reproduced perennial buffalograss cultivar was developed through mass selection from diploid (2n=20) buffalograss germplasms which is named `Hilite` 25. It is distinguished by its fine texture, high turf density, rapid stolon spreading rate, competitive growth, short heigh
PP8896 Buffalograss plant called `Hilite` 15 September 13, 1994
A vegetatively reproduced perennial buffalograss cultivar was developed through mass selection from diploid (2n=20) buffalograss germplasms which is named `Hilite` 15. It is distinguished by its fine texture, high turf density, rapid stolon spreading rate, competitive growth, short heigh
PP8708 Strawberry plant called `Camarosa` May 3, 1994
`Camarosa` is a short-day (June bearing) cultivar similar to `Chandler` (U.S. Plant Pat. No. 5,262) but with greater total productivity, substantially greater early productivitiy, larger fruit, firmer fruit, and is a more vigorous plant.
PP8663 Strawberry plant named `Laguna` March 29, 1994
`Laguna` is a short-day (June-bearing) cultivar similar to `Chandler` (U.S. Plant Pat. No. 5,262) with similar total productivity and somewhat later productivity, large and very symmetrically conic fruit, firmer fruit, and a larger and more vigorous plant.
PP8662 Strawberry plant called `Cuesta` March 29, 1994
`Cuesta` is a short-day (June-bearing) cultivar similar to `Chandler` (U.S. Plant Pat. No. 5,262) but with similar or better productivity, larger and more consistent fruit size, and is a more open and less vigorous plant.
PP8661 Strawberry plant called Sunset March 29, 1994
`Sunset` is a day-neutral cultivar similar to `Selva` (U.S. Plant Pat. No. 5,266) but with a consistently later pattern of production, larger fruit, better flavor and superior tolerance to two-spotted spidermite (Tetranychus urticae).
PP8660 Strawberry plant called "Carlsbad" March 29, 1994
`Carlsbad` is a short-day (June-bearing) cultivar similar to `Chandler` (U.S. Plant Pat. No. 5,262) but with larger total productivity, substantially larger early productivity, larger fruit, firmer fruit, and is a more vigorous plant.
PP8659 Strawberry plant called Anaheim March 29, 1994
`Anaheim` is a short-day (June-bearing) cultivar similar to `Chandler` (U.S. Plant Pat. No. 5,262), with similar total productivity and somewhat later fruiting, exceptional fruit appearance quality (very symmetrically conic fruit), firmer fruit, and is a larger and more vigorous plant.
PP8394 Clingstone peach tree `Rizzi` September 28, 1993
A high quality canning clingstone peach in the late maturity group which ripens between the `Ross` and `Dr. Davis` varieties and has an extended storage life after harvest and prior to processing.
PP8332 `Hesse` clingstone peach tree August 3, 1993
The `Hesse` variety of peach tree is a high quality canning clingstone peach in the extra late maturity group. The peach is productive and ripens from late in August to early September and addresses the need for a high quality canning clingstone peach to replace the extra late but poor
PP8268 Tulare walnut tree June 22, 1993
A new and distinct cultivar of walnut (Juglans regia) characterized in having semi-upright growth, good vigor and excellent production in high density (hedgerow) plantings. The medium textured, light colored shell is well-sealed and nearly round (36.times.40 mm). The light colored kernel
PP8188 Plum tree called `Emperor` March 30, 1993
The `Emperor` is a large, blue, midseason plum with high quality and high productivity. To date, the selection has been tolerant of high summer temperatures in both the tree and the fruit. The plum has substantial potential for widespread domestic use, as well as for the export market.
PP7615 Strawberry plant called "Capitola" August 6, 1991
`Capitola` is a new day-neutral type of strawberry variety with perhaps the highest potentiality for yield of any cultivar yet released. It is also noteworthy for large fruit size, symmetry, attractive appearance and general flexiblity in planting requirements.
PP7614 Strawberry plant named `Seascape` August 6, 1991
`Seascape` is a day-neutral type strawberry variety similar to `Selva` but with a somewhat lower chilling requirement. It is noteworthy for high flavor, high yield, large fruit size, firmness, symmetry, attractive appearance and general flexibility in planting requirements.
PP7172 Strawberry plant called Irvine February 27, 1990
This invention relates to a new and distinct day-neutral variety of strawberry plant called `Irvine`. The variety has a chilling requirement lower than `Selva`. It has a high yield and produces a large, firm fruit which is symmetrical and ranges from conic medium to flat and wedgy in
PP6976 Valley Gem August 8, 1989
A new and distinct dwarf peach variety suitable for commercial and/or home garden use. This variety has a unique origin and differs from selections `Valley Sun` and `Valley Red` in that the fruit ripens much later than either of the other said selections.
PP6912 Valley Sun July 11, 1989
A new and distinct dwarf peach variety suitable for commercial and/or home garden use. The variety has a unique origin and differs from selection `Valley Red` by its slightly smaller fruit, and from selection `Valley Gem` in that the fruit of this variety ripens much earlier.
PP6676 Cherry tree named Brooks March 14, 1989
The new variety of Cherry Tree, named `Brooks`, produces early-maturing fruit of very high quality which is very large, symmetrical and uniform in size. The fruit ripens about one week after `Early Burlat`, and about one week prior to `Bing`. The fruit is also characterized by having a f
PP6671 Peach tree called Valley Red March 14, 1989
A new and distinct dwarf peach cultivar suitable for commercial and/or home garden use. The variety has a unique origin and differs from selections `Valley Sun` and `Valley Gem` in that the fruit of this variety is slightly larger than `Valley Sun` and ripens much earlier than the fruit
PP6627 Avocado tree called Barr Duke February 21, 1989
A new and distinct rootstock variety of avocado tree characterized by its high yield resistance to Phytophthora root rot caused by Phytophthora cinnamomi. This variety has a high level of resistance comparable to the `Duke 7` rootstock variety. It is also characterized under some field

 
 
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