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John Yamamoto
Anthony Rocco Cartolano, Sergei Vladimirovich Ivanov, Cheryl Irene Teich, John Hiroshi Yamamoto: Synthesis of M2B12H12. Rohm And Haas Company, July 15, 2010: US20100178228-A1


A method for preparing M2B12H12, wherein M is an alkali metal, from an alkali metal borohydride and an amine borane. The method includes a step of allowing the alkali metal borohydride to react with excess amine borane in contact with a complexing agent.


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yuan xing Lee
Jingfeng Liu, Hongwei Song, Jongseung Park, George Mathew, Yuan Xing Lee: AGC Loop with Weighted Zero Forcing and LMS Error Sources and Methods for Using Such. LSI Corporation, Hamilton DeSanctis & Cha, July 15, 2010: US20100177419-A1


Various embodiments of the present invention provide systems and methods for gain control. For example, some embodiments of the present invention provide variable gain control circuits. Such circuits include a zero forcing loop generating a zero forcing feedback and a least mean square loop generati ...


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yuan xing Lee
George Mathew, Yuan Xing Lee, Hongwei Song, Jeffrey P Grundvig, Viswanath Annampedu: Systems and Methods for Fly-Height Control Using Servo Address Mark Data. Hamilton DeSanctis & Cha, July 15, 2010: US20100177430-A1


Various embodiments of the present invention provide systems and methods for determining fly-height adjustments. For example, various embodiments of the present invention provide storage devices that include a storage medium, a read/write head assembly disposed in relation to the storage medium (278 ...


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Voss Laveille K: Closure devices, systems, and methods. ABBOTT VASCULAR, Taylor Paul N, July 15, 2010: WO/2010/081101 (75 worldwide citation)


The present disclosure includes vessel closure devices, systems, and methods. A closure system configured to close a body lumen opening may include a handle member. A tube set configured to deliver and/or deploy a closure element may be coupled to the handle member. The closure system may also inclu ...


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MEHL DOUGLAS H: Closure devices, systems, and methods. ABBOTT VASCULAR, Black Seth, July 15, 2010: WO/2010/081102 (75 worldwide citation)


The present disclosure includes anchor members configured to locate and/or anchor tissue surrounding a body lumen opening comprising. In one implementation, the anchor member can include an elongate portion configured to be manipulated by a user and an anchor portion. In a further implementation, th ...


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FORTSON AARON M: Vessel closure devices and methods. ABBOTT VASCULAR, Taylor Paul N, July 15, 2010: WO/2010/081103 (75 worldwide citation)


A closure device (100) configured for closing an opening in a body lumen. The closure device may include a delivery sheath (110), a cleat (130), and one or more anchors (120). The cleat may be disposed within and move longitudinally with respect to the delivery sheath. The one or more anchors may be ...


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VOSS LAVEILLE K: Closure devices, systems, and methods. ABBOTT VASCULAR, Taylor Paul N, July 15, 2010: WO/2010/081106 (75 worldwide citation)


A closure system (10) is provided that may include a plurality of needle carriers (160A, 160B) each having a distal end and a proximal end and a plurality of detachable needles (170A, 170B) in which at least one of the detachable needles is detachably coupled to the distal end of one of the needle c ...


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BONAS ULLA: Modular dna-binding domains and methods of use. BONAS ULLA, Reinhard Skuhra Weise & Partner Gbr, July 15, 2010: WO/2010/079430 (46 worldwide citation)


The present invention refers to methods for selectively recognizing a base pair in a DNA sequence by a polypeptide, to modified polypeptides which specifically recognize one or more base pairs in a DNA sequence and, to DNA which is modified so that it can be specifically recognized by a polypeptide ...


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LONG GARY L: Electrical ablation devices. ETHICON ENDO SURGERY, Johnson Philip S, July 15, 2010: WO/2010/080974 (46 worldwide citation)


An electrical ablation apparatus comprises first and second electrodes. Each electrode comprises a first end configured to couple an energy source and a second end configured to couple to a tissue treatment region. An energy source is coupled to the first and second electrodes. The energy source is ...


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Dimarchi Richard D: Dipeptide linked medicinal agents. INDIANA UNIVERSITY RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY CORPORATION, Breen John P, July 15, 2010: WO/2010/080605 (37 worldwide citation)


A non-enzymatically self cleaving dipeptide element is provided that can be linked to known medicinal agents via an amide bond. The dipeptide will spontaneously be cleaved from the medicinal agent under physiological conditions through a reaction driven by chemical instability. Accordingly, the dipe ...



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