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Inventor:
Margel; Shlomo
Address:
Rehovot, IL
No. of patents:
12
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8003079 Core and core-shell nanoparticles containing iodine for X-ray imaging August 23, 2011
Nanoparticles having an average particle size of less than 2000 nm, wherein said nanoparticles comprise a polymer having pendant cleavable iodine substituted groups are provided. Processes for preparing the nanoparticles and their use as a contrast agent for X-ray imaging are also de
7550282 Biological glue based on thrombin-conjugated nanoparticles June 23, 2009
Thrombin-conjugated nanoparticles, wherein said nanoparticles comprise one or more organic and/or inorganic compounds and process for preparing the same are provided. The thrombin-conjugated nanoparticles are suitable for use in the preparation of fibrin-based biological sealant.
6103379 Process for the preparation of microspheres and microspheres made thereby August 15, 2000
A process for the preparation of a microsphere comprising a coating composed of one or more silica nanoparticles layers, comprises the steps of: a) providing a microsphere of polymeric material, the said microsphere having adsorbed on its surface one or more surfactants; and b) causing a
5855987 Bioactive conjugates of cellulose with amino compounds January 5, 1999
Polymers containing a plurality of free hydroxy groups, such as cellulose, agarose or polyvinyl alcohol, are contacted in absence of reactants for hydroxy groups, with at least one N-heterocyclic compound, e.g. pyridine, pyrrole, pyridazine, their partially or fully hydrogenated analogs
5652059 Method for attaching microspheres to a substrate July 29, 1997
A composition of matter includes a solid substrate having covalent bonds, provided by a connecting ligand, to at least one of (a) and (b), namely: (a) a single layer of at least one species of microspheres containing residual reactive functions; (b) a multiplicity of layers of at least o
5516673 Bioactive conjugates of cellulose with amino compounds May 14, 1996
Polymers containing a plurality of free hydroxy groups, such as cellulose, agarose or polyvinyl alcohol, are contacted in absence of reactants for hydroxy groups, with at least one N-heterocyclic compound, e.g. pyridine, pyrrole, pyridazine, their partially or fully hydrogenated analogs
4861705 Method for removing components of biological fluids August 29, 1989
There are provided magnetic and non-magnetic agarose and agar polyaldehyde beads with diameters ranging from 40 microns up to 1 cm, and processes for the synthesis of such beads. The polyaldehyde compounds e.g. polyacrolein, polymethacrolein or polyglutaraldehyde, were used as microspher
4783336 Polyacrolein-type microspheres November 8, 1988
Suspension polymerization of acrolein type compounds in the presence of appropriate surfactants results in the formation of microspheres in size ranging from 0.03 to 80 microns. Fluorescent and magnetic microspheres are obtained by carrying out the same polymerization in the presence of
4732811 Agarose-polyaldehyde beads and their biological application affinity chromatography, hemoperfusi March 22, 1988
There are provided magnetic and non-magnetic agarose and agar polyaldehyde beads with diameters ranging from 40 microns up to 1 cm, and processes for the synthesis of such beads. The polyaldehyde compounds e.g. polyacrolein, polymethacrolein or polyglutaraldehyde, were used as microspher
4677138 High yield process for producing polyaldehyde microspheres June 30, 1987
Homopolymeric polyaldehyde microspheres can be prepared in yields of up to about 90% by preparing an aqueous solution consisting essentially of a suitable concentration of an .alpha.,.beta.-ethylenically unsaturated aldehyde and a suitable concentration of an appropriate surfactant under
4624923 Metal-coated polyaldehyde microspheres November 25, 1986
A metal-containing polyaldehyde microsphere composed of a polyaldehyde microsphere to which a transition metal, e.g. Au, Ag, Pt, Pd, Tc, Fe, Ni or Co, is bound may be obtained in accordance with this invention. The polyaldehyde, e.g. polyacrolein or polyglutaraldehyde, may be encapsulate
4552812 Process for the production of polyacrolein microspheres and grafted microspheres November 12, 1985
Suspension polymerization of acrolein type compounds in the presence of appropriate surfactants results in the formation of microspheres in size ranging from 0.03.mu. to 80.mu.. Fluorescent and magnetic microspheres are obtained by carrying out the same polymerization in the presence of










 
 
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