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Carbylan's proprietary technology enables delivery of biomaterial-based medical devices as injectable liquids that self-polymerize inside the body to form therapeutic implants that covalently bind to tissues at the target delivery site.
The GORE VIABAHN[R] Endoprosthesis with PROPATEN Bioactive Surface is constructed with a durable, biocompatible, expanded polytetrafluoroethylene (ePTFE) liner with a proprietary covalently bonded heparin surface, reinforced with an external nitinol stent structure.
The GBS(R) (Gish Biocompatible Surface) Coating is a proprietary covalently bonded heparin based coating developed at Gish.
Amine-modified oligos are covalently linked to the polymer-coated slides.
Developed with ConjuChem's proprietary PC-DAC(TM) technology, PC-Insulin is a recombinant insulin that is covalently bound to recombinant human albumin (Recombumin(R), provided by Novozymes Biopharma).
Stressgen capitalizes upon the immunostimulatory powers of heat shock proteins utilizing recombinant technology to fuse, or covalently link, a heat shock protein with a protein antigen to create a hybrid protein that could trigger immune responses to the antigen.
AFP-464 is converted to metabolites which bind covalently to DNA, resulting in p53 activation and apoptosis.
a peptide or protein, such as a polypeptide growth factor), the peptide being covalently bound to the protein network.
Then the oxidized capsaicin appears to covalently bind to the P-450j, effectively inactivating it.
The GORE VIABAHN([R]) Endoprosthesis with PROPATEN Bioactive Surface is constructed with a durable, biocompatible, expanded polytetrafluoroethylene (ePTFE) liner with a proprietary covalently bonded heparin surface, reinforced with an external nitinol stent structure.
Moreover, his data show that the DNA-protein adducts form by covalently crosslinking -- something scientists had inferred but never directly demonstrated before, says Anne Cress of the Arizona Cancer Center in Tucson.
The newly released Amine Reactive Sensor directly links capture species covalently, thereby eliminating the need for offline conjugation and reducing capture protein requirements 50-fold.
More specifically, the present invention provides novel group B meningococcal unsaturated N-acyl derivative polysaccharides, novel conjugates of the group B meningococcal unsaturated N-acyl derivative polysaccharides, pharmaceutical compositions comprising conjugate molecules of group B meningococcal unsaturated N-acyl derivative polysaccharide fragments covalently bound to proteins, and the use of these compositions as vaccines.
Scientists generally agree that the first step in the initiation of most cancers is the creation of adducts -- DNA changes that occur when a carcinogen covalently binds to genetic material.
The GORE VIABAHN Endoprosthesis with PROPATEN Bioactive Surface is constructed with a durable, biocompatible, expanded polytetrafluoroethylene (ePTFE) liner with a proprietary covalently bonded heparin surface, reinforced with an external nitinol stent structure.