Collection of Patents

1,933 Results for: University of Saskatchewan Patent Portfolio
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Stabilization Of Cyclic Peptide Structures

  • Published: Jul 17, 2008
  • Family: 8
  • Cited: 0
  • Info: Full text Published
  • Applicant: Univ Saskatchewan, Geyer Ronald C

Processed Barley Product And Processing Method Therefor

  • Published: Dec 24, 2008
  • Family: 11
  • Cited: 0
  • Info: Published
  • Applicant: Sapporo Breweries

Immunomodulatory Compositions And Methods For Treating Disease With Modified Host Defense Peptides

  • Published: Dec 31, 2008
  • Family: 5
  • Cited: 1
  • Info: Full text Published
  • Applicant: Univ Saskatchewan, Napper Scott Kirk, Kindrachuk Kenneth Jason, Attah-poku Samuel Kwadwo

Vaccines And Methods For Treatment Or Prevention Of Gram Negative Bacterial Infection In A Vertebrate Subject

  • Published: Jan 29, 2009
  • Family: 2
  • Cited: 0
  • Info: Full text Published
  • Applicant: Univ Saskatchewan, Potter Andrew A, Fernando Ursla

Fatty Acid Hydroxylases And Uses Thereof

  • Published: Jan 29, 2009
  • Family: 4
  • Cited: 0
  • Info: Full text Published Sequence
  • Owner: National Research Council Of Canada, Bioriginal Food & Science Corp, University Of Saskatchewan

Genetic Variation In Pro-melanin-concentrating Hormone Gene Affects Carcass Traits In Cattle

  • Published: Feb 5, 2009
  • Family: 7
  • Cited: 0
  • Info: Full text Published
  • Applicant: Univ Saskatchewan, Schmutz Sheila M, Helgeson Sarah C

Shunt And Method Treatment Of Glaucoma

  • Published: Feb 5, 2009
  • Family: 7
  • Cited: 15
  • Info: Full text Published
  • Owner: University Of Saskatchewan, University Of Saskatchewan Technologies Inc

Substituted Gemini Surfactant Compounds

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