Resources Contact Us Home
DNA encoding N- and C- terminally truncated colony stimulating factor-1 variants

Image Number 4 for United States Patent #5681719.

DNA for new forms of CSF-1 are provided which relate to N-terminal and C-terminal truncations. Specifically, N-.gradient.3 terminal truncations of the short and long forms of CSF-1 have been found to be particularly advantageous. These forms may have a C-terminal truncation at a variety of different amino acids beyond position 149.

  Recently Added Patents
Graphical user interfaces and occlusion prevention for fisheye lenses with line segment foci
Multi-port, gigabit SERDES transceiver capable of automatic fail switchover
Composite aircraft floor system
Multiple angle bend for high-voltage lines
Method and apparatus for providing contention-based resource zones in a wireless network
Invisible fence battery charger
Fluid handling structure, a lithographic apparatus and a device manufacturing method
  Randomly Featured Patents
Systems and methods for compression of data for block mode access storage
Unitary molded plastic valve seal
Semiconductor encapsulating flame retardant epoxy resin composition and semiconductor device
Superstructure for a very high power electrolysis cell for the production of aluminum
Jaw assembly for stretch press
System and method for flexible physical layout in a heterogeneous configurable integrated circuit
Roller shaft on computer character-cutting device and method to manufacture the same
Pyrazole compositions useful as inhibitors of erk
Image forming apparatus
Rotary combustor with efficient air distribution