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Number: 514/760
Name: Drug, bio-affecting and body treating compositions > Designated organic active ingredient containing (doai) > Halogenated hydrocarbon doai > Bromine and chlorine as only halogens
Description: Subject mater wherein the halogenated hydrocarbon contains bromine and chlorine atoms and no other halogen atoms.

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8481020 Pheromone compositions and methods of use Jul. 9, 2013
7842730 Medical emulsion of perfluororganic compounds and method for the production thereof Nov. 30, 2010
6423330 Pesticidal composition and method Jul. 23, 2002
6267945 Farnesol-related calcium channel blockers Jul. 31, 2001
4895876 Concentrated stable fluorochemical aqueous emulsions containing triglycerides Jan. 23, 1990
4828835 Emulsifiable polymer concentrate May. 9, 1989
4759923 Process for lowering serum cholesterol using poly(diallylmethylamine) derivatives Jul. 26, 1988
4504495 Process for the control of chalkbrood disease in leafcutter bees Mar. 12, 1985

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