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Physical Therapy Device: Timed-Up-and-Go Test
Invention SummaryAn automated apparatus to measure the progress of a patient’s mobility through the “Timed-Up-and-Go” (TUG) test. This apparatus contains a stool with an attached force platform that measures the forces and the time that the forces are being applied to the stool. This stool also has an adjustable height allowing th...
Published: 7/11/2017   |   Inventor(s): Janet Dufek, Robbin Hickman, Szu-Ping Lee, Tyler Peck
Keywords(s): Biotech, Imaging, Medical Devices, Pharmaceuticals & Therapeutics
Category(s): Medical Devices, All, Therapeutics, Pharmaceuticals, Drug Delivery
Method for Predicting the Efficacy of Anti-Cancer Drugs
Invention SummaryThe invention provides the first efficient method for simultaneously measuring the anti-migratory effect and cytotoxic effect of drugs on biopsy cells without the need to expand the cells in culture. This assay is particularly useful for predicting the chemosensitivity of an individual patient's cancer to therapeutic drugs. Single ...
Published: 11/18/2015   |   Inventor(s):  
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Category(s): All, Life Sciences, Chemistry, Therapeutics, Pharmaceuticals, Drug Delivery
Improved Molecular Function Screening with Chimeric Minimotif Decoys
Improved Molecular Function Screening with Chimeric Minimotif DecoysInvention SummaryHigh-throughput screening is a widely used process for drug discovery in the pharmaceutical industry. Chimeric minimotif decoys (CMDs) are a revolutionary new tool that enables these screens to identify known molecular functions within cellular processes. By cross-...
Published: 10/26/2015   |   Inventor(s): Martin Schiller, Christy Strong
Keywords(s): Agriculture, Health & Life Sciences
Category(s): Life Sciences, Therapeutics, Pharmaceuticals, Drug Delivery, All
NOVEL PHOSPHORYLATION REAGENT TO PRODUCE BIOLOGICALLY ACTIVE COMPOUNDS
An invention to utilize “green chemistry” in a metal-free, mild condition to synthesize pharmaceutical agents. The InventionThis invention is a powerful phosphorylation reagent called NHP-thiourea that can generate a phosphorus-carbon (P-C) bond and phosphorus-nitrogen (P-N) bond with metal-free reaction conditions. These P-C and P-N bo...
Published: 10/5/2015   |   Inventor(s): Kyle Aleshire, Jun Yong Kang, Karimulla Mulla
Keywords(s): Chemistry, Life Science - Biotech
Category(s): Chemistry, All, Therapeutics, Pharmaceuticals, Drug Delivery
Method for Predicting the Efficacy of Anti-Cancer Drugs
Invention SummaryThe invention provides the first efficient method for simultaneously measuring the anti-migratory effect and cytotoxic effect of drugs on biopsy cells without the need to expand the cells in culture. This assay is particularly useful for predicting the chemosensitivity of an individual patient's cancer to therapeutic drugs. Single ...
Published: 6/12/2015   |   Inventor(s):  
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Category(s): All, Life Sciences, Chemistry, Therapeutics, Pharmaceuticals, Drug Delivery
Decrease Toxic Metal Residues in Medicine (N-Heterocyclic Phosphines)
Invention SummaryThe invention is a new synthetic method for generation of P-C bonds (phosphorus-carbon bonds) with transition-metal-free reaction conditions. Phosphorus carbon bonds are often found in pharmaceuticals and antimicrobial natural products. Accordingly, creation of P-C bonds under metal-free reaction conditions would be highly desirabl...
Published: 6/11/2015   |   Inventor(s): Kyle Aleshire, Jun Yong Kang, Karimulla Mulla
Keywords(s): Biotech, Chemistry
Category(s): Chemistry, All, Therapeutics, Pharmaceuticals, Drug Delivery
New Biomarkers and Drug Repurposing for Patients with Alzheimer's Disease
Invention SummaryA set of 221 mutations in human genes that are present in all 724 genomes of humans with Alzheimer’s disease, but not present or present only 1 time in 1092 genomes of normal people. These can be used as biomarkers to identify those patients with a high likelihood of getting late onset Alzheimer’s disease (LOAD). Market...
Published: 6/4/2015   |   Inventor(s): Jefferson Kinney, Martin Schiller
Keywords(s): Biotech, Imaging, Medical Devices, Pharmaceutical
Category(s): Life Sciences, Therapeutics, Pharmaceuticals, Drug Delivery, All
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