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Patent documents citing scholarly work of Karolinska Institute

Compounds Which Potentiate Glutamate Receptor And Uses Thereof In Medicine

Diagnosis Of Alzheimer's Disease And Other Neurodementing Disorders

Multifunctional Cytokines

Diagnostic And Screening Method

Combinations For Hcv Treatment

Spirocyclic Azaadamantane Derivatives And Methods Of Use

  • Published: Jul 3, 2008
  • Family: 8
  • Cited: 3
  • Cites: 12
  • Additional Info: Cited Works Full text Published
  • Applicant: Abbott Lab, Ji Jianguo, Schrimpf Michael R, Sippy Kevin B, Li Tao, Lee Chih-hung

Nucleic Acid Molecules Specific For Bacterial Antigens And Uses Thereof

Amylases And Glucoamylases, Nucleic Acids Encoding Them And Methods For Making And Using Them

  • Published: Jul 3, 2008
  • Family: 34
  • Cited: 25
  • Cites: 227
  • Additional Info: Cited Works Full text Published
  • Applicant: Verenium Corp, Syngenta Participations Ag, Slupska Malgorzata, Hazlewood Geoff, Chang Cathy, Luginbuhl Peter, Burke Ellen, Cayouette Michelle, Gunavardena Uvini, Ghassemian Majid, Silverstone Aron, Zhang Yan

Method Of Providing Disease-specific Binding Molecules And Targets

  • Published: Jul 10, 2008
  • Family: 52
  • Cited: 51
  • Cites: 58
  • Sequences: 56
  • Additional Info: Cited Works Full text Published Sequence
  • Applicant: Univ Zuerich, Nitsch Roger, Hock Christoph, Esslinger Christoph, Knobloch Marlen, Tissot Kathrin, Grimm Jan

Blood Assays For Predicting Inflammatory Responses

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