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Kuhner; Carla H.
Avondale, PA
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
7494810 Method for accessing microbial diversity February 24, 2009
A method of interfering with quorum sensing regulation of genes to promote cell growth is disclosed. The method of is aimed at accessing microbial biodiversity. The method involves obtaining an environmental sample comprising at least one novel (uncultivated in the laboratory) microo
6858581 Chemically-modified peptides, compositions, and methods of production and use February 22, 2005
Compositions and methods for inhibiting and controlling the growth of microbes are disclosed. The composition comprises at least one chemically-modified peptide with antimicrobial activity and at least one carrier. The method comprises of administering an amount, effective for the pr

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