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Number: 424/10.31
Name: Drug, bio-affecting and body treating compositions > Identification or warning feature > Color or color change feature > Combined with animal or insect repellant or insecticide (e.g., shark, fish, roach, etc.)
Description: Subject matter wherein the color or color change feature is part of a composition for repelling animals or insects or part of a composition for actually killing insects.

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8460690 Process for deterring and training pets Jun. 11, 2013
8298594 Dry animal repellant Oct. 30, 2012
7201915 Polyamide stick dispensing product and method of use Apr. 10, 2007
5741553 Pet repellants Apr. 21, 1998
5278132 Agricultural compounds Jan. 11, 1994
4461758 Insecticide including powdered boric acid Jul. 24, 1984
4438090 Method of preparing an insecticide containing boric acid Mar. 20, 1984

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