Collection of Patents

9,293 Results for: Citing Peking Univ publications
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Patent documents citing scholarly work of Peking Univ

Thiourea Compositions And Uses Thereof

Fenceline Monitoring Of Air Contaminants

System And Method For Creating A Networked Infrastructure Roadway Distribution Platform Of Solar Energy Gathering Devices

  • Published: Mar 10, 2009
  • Family: 4
  • Cited: 25
  • Info: Full text Published
  • Owner: Tamiras Per Pte. Ltd. Llc, Glouster Applications L.l.c, Genedics Clean Energy Llc, Genedics Llc

Cgrp Receptor Antagonists

  • Published: Mar 25, 2009
  • Family: 56
  • Cited: 0
  • Info: Published
  • Applicant: Merck & Co Inc

Protein Tyrosine Phosphatase 1b And Cancer

  • Published: Mar 19, 2009
  • Family: 1
  • Cited: 1
  • Info: Full text Published
  • Applicant: Univ Mcgill, Ct De Rech Chum, Tremblay Michel L, Julien Sophie G, Dube Nadia, Muller Willian J, Mes-masson Anne-marie, Saad Fred

Use Of A Peptide As A Therapeutic Agent

  • Published: Mar 19, 2009
  • Family: 84
  • Cited: 0
  • Info: Full text Published Sequence
  • Applicant: Mondobiotech Lab Ag, Bevec Dorian, Cavalli Fabio, Cavalli Vera, Bacher Gerald

Use Of A Peptide As A Therapeutic Agent

  • Published: Mar 19, 2009
  • Family: 58
  • Cited: 5
  • Info: Full text Published Sequence
  • Applicant: Mondobiotech Lab Ag, Bevec Dorian, Cavalli Fabio, Cavalli Vera, Bacher Gerald

Use Of A Peptide As A Therapeutic Agent

  • Published: Mar 19, 2009
  • Family: 33
  • Cited: 0
  • Info: Full text Published Sequence
  • Applicant: Mondobiotech Lab Ag, Bevec Dorian, Cavalli Fabio, Cavalli Vera, Bacher Gerald

Organic Electroluminescence Device

  • Published: Mar 25, 2009
  • Family: 8
  • Cited: 13
  • Info: Published
  • Applicant: Fujifilm Corp

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