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Patent documents citing scholarly work of CAS

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Utility Of Snp Markers Associated With Major Soybean Plant Maturity And Growth Habit Genomic Regions

  • Published: Oct 9, 2008
  • Family: 11
  • Cited: 0
  • Cites: 31
  • Sequences: 355
  • Additional Info: Cited Works Full text Published Sequence
  • Applicant: Monsanto Technology Llc, Jenkinson Jonathan, Tamulonis John, Narvel James, Gruys Kenneth, Valentin Henry E

Prokineticins Receptors Antagonists, Derivatives And Uses Thereof

  • Published: Oct 9, 2008
  • Family: 3
  • Cited: 7
  • Sequences: 8
  • Additional Info: Full text Published Sequence
  • Applicant: Univ Roma, Negri Lucia, Barra Donatella, Malchiorri Pietro, Miele Rossella

Human Neural Stem Cell Secreting A Smac, Preparation Method And Use Thereof

Purification Of Immunoglobulins

  • Published: Oct 9, 2008
  • Family: 6
  • Cited: 0
  • Cites: 6
  • Additional Info: Cited Works Full text Published
  • Applicant: Ge Healthcare Bio Sciences Ab, Maloisel Jean-luc, Johansson Bo-lennart

Three-dimensional Architecture For Integration Of Cmos Circuits And Nano-material In Hybrid Digital Circuits

Antogonists Of Bitter Taste Receptors And Uses Thereof

Single Step Method Of Radiofluorination Of Biologically Active Compounds Or Biomolecules

  • Published: Oct 29, 2008
  • Family: 2
  • Cited: 0
  • Sequences: 7
  • Additional Info: Published Sequence
  • Applicant: Bayer Schering Pharma Ag

Piezoelectric Body, Piezoelectrc Device, And Liquid Discharge Apparatus

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