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Patent documents citing scholarly work of UC Riverside

New Substituted Isoquinoline And Isoquinolinone Derivatives

  • Published: Jul 3, 2008
  • Family: 38
  • Cited: 36
  • Cites: 2
  • Additional Info: Cited Works Full text Published
  • Applicant: Sanofi Aventis, Plettenburg Oliver, Lorenz Katrin, Goerlitzer Jochen, Loehn Matthias

Method For Detecting Cyst Nematodes

  • Published: Jul 3, 2008
  • Family: 7
  • Cited: 0
  • Cites: 10
  • Sequences: 64
  • Additional Info: Cited Works Full text Published Sequence
  • Applicant: Univ Wageningen, Bedrijfslaboratorium Voor Gron, Helder Johannes, Karssen Gerrit, Van Den Elsen Sven Johannes Jo, Holterman Martijn Hermanus Mar, Mooijman Paulus Jacques Willem, Staps Roel Victor, Landeweert Renske, Hekman Henri, Bakker Jaap

Artificial Dna Sequence With Optimized Leader Function In 5' (5'-utr) For The Improved Expression Of Heterologous Proteins In Plants

Herpes Simplex Virus Combined Subunit Vaccines And Methods Of Use Thereof

Methods And Compositions For Modulating The Sirna And Rna-directed-dna Methylation Pathways

Method And System For Analysing A Dose Formulation Of A Metered Dose Device

Image Data Efficient Genetic Sequencing Method And System

  • Published: Jul 31, 2008
  • Family: 26
  • Cited: 4
  • Additional Info: Full text Published
  • Applicant: Illumina Inc, Heiner David L, Kain Robert C

Expression Of Secreted Human Alpha-fetoprotein In Transgenic Animals

Disease Resistant Plants

Disease Resistant Plants

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