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WO2001061017A3
Cytokine derivatives capable of homing the tumoral vessels and the antigen presenting cells and the use thereof as antitumoral agents.  
WO2001059026A3
Vegetable protein-based adhesive compositions and methods for preparing them are provided. The adhesives are prepared by copolymerizing hydrolyzed vegetable protein that has been functionalized with methylol groups and one or more co-mon...  
WO/2001/091814A2
The present invention relates to a novel biopolymer consisting of a three-dimensional cross-linked mixture of (a) a cross-linking agent, activated with an activating agent, dissolved in a aqueous solution, and (b) a recombinant protein, ...  
WO/2001/090252A1
A gelling composition which comprises a polymeric ingredient and a gellant for causing the polymeric ingredient to gel and which undergoes at least two kinds of gelation, i.e., relatively fast gelation F and relatively slow gelation S. T...  
WO/2001/083597A2
A method of manufacturing sheets, films and articles of manufacture from a corn zein resin is disclosed. The method permits the manufacture of sheets, films and articles of a corn zein resin on a commercial scale. The corn zein resin pro...  
WO/2001/077422A1
The present invention relates to a process for the production of fibres of an unhydroxylated recombinant collagen polypeptide, and the fibres obtained thereby, as well as to uses of such fibres as a biomaterial.  
WO2001037683A3
This invention provides biofilms comprising one or more cross-linked proteins retained within a polymer matrix. When an edible polymer such as a polysaccharide is used as the polymer matrix, the biofilm will be edible.  
WO/2001/074929A2
The present invention pertains to the production of collagen-based products in the form of dispersions and macroporous structures using untreated raw fibrillar type I corium as the starting material. The resulting dispersions have improv...  
WO/2001/066159A1
The invention is concerned with novel natural polymer-based material and preferably collagen-based material with improved mechanical, physical, functional and handling properties for use in human and veterinary medicine in both in vivo a...  
WO/2001/064046A2
The invention relates to a method for the simplified isolation in high yields of sponge collagen, especially from marine sponges, and to the production of collagen nanoparticles from collagen. The invention further relates to the use the...  
WO/2001/064046A1
The invention relates to a method for the simplified isolation in high yields of sponge collagen, especially from marine sponges, and to the production of collagen nanoparticles from collagen. The invention further relates to the use the...  
WO/2001/062844A1
The invention relates to a polymer composition, comprising a biologically degradable polymer and a material from marine plants and/or marine animal shells, or at least two components chosen from the group comprising, saccharides and deri...  
WO/2001/060922A1
Non-denatured triple-helix collagen extracted from animal tendons and skin is purified and brought into the form of a stable, sterile, sterile and meterable powder having a particle size of not more than 20 microns. The powdered collagen...  
WO/2001/061017A2
Cytokine derivatives capable of homing the tumoral vessels and the antigen presenting cells and the use thereof as antitumoral agents.  
WO/2001/060921A1
The present invention is a biodegradable, reversibly-swellable, polyvalent cation-binding, protein hydrogel which comprises an acylated protein matrix in which the acylated protein matrix is crosslinked with a bifunctional crosslinking r...  
WO/2001/059026A2
Vegetable protein-based adhesive compositions and methods for preparing them are provided. The adhesives are prepared by copolymerizing hydrolyzed vegetable protein that has been functionalized with methylol groups and one or more co-mon...  
WO2001034206A8
A nucleic acid-containing complex, containing a nucleic acid and a biodegradable polymer, especially a positively-charged water-insoluble biodegradable polymer, is disclosed. The complex has excellent properties of sustainedly releasing ...  
WO/2001/051558A1
Microgels wherein the average particle diameter of a gel formed by using a hydrophilic compound capable of gelling is controlled to 0.1 to 1000 µm. External compositions containing these microgels impart an excellent feel in using while...  
WO2001001930A3
The invention relates to composite materials comprising calcium salts, such as calcium phosphates and calcium fluorophosphates, which are poorly soluble in water, whereby the calcium salts are provided in the form of nanoparticular parti...  
WO/2001/045517A1
The present invention relates to an edible thermoplastic made from about 30 to 50 wt.% protein comprising a mixture of plant and animal derived protein, about 20 to 50 wt.% starch, about 10 to 20 wt.% water, about 1 to 10 wt.% edible fib...  
WO/2001/037683A2
This invention provides biofilms comprising one or more cross-linked proteins retained within a polymer matrix. When an edible polymer such as a polysaccharide is used as the polymer matrix, the biofilm will be edible.  
WO2001016220A8
A method of producing a porous, liquid absorbent, open-cell polymeric foam material having properties which makes it suitable for use as an absorbent structure in absorbent articles such as diapers, pant diapers, sanitary napkins, incont...  
WO/2001/034206A2
A nucleic acid-containing complex, containing a nucleic acid and a biodegradable polymer, especially a positively-charged water-insoluble biodegradable polymer, is disclosed. The complex has excellent properties of sustainedly releasing ...  
WO/2001/030905A1
The invention relates to a water based polymer composition comprising a biopolymer and a synthetic polymer resin. The biopolymer results from a mechanical thermoplastic processing of a polysaccharide and/or protein starting material usin...  
WO2000004891A3
A pharmaceutical composition for the prophylaxis or treatment of peptic ulcers includes a biocompatible anionic polysaccharide material containing glucuronic acid.  
WO2000075379A8
A reconstituted leather product and process for making the same. The reconstituted leather product may be finished to have the look and feel of real leather and physical properties equivalent thereto. The process is essentially dry and i...  
WO/2001/016210A1
The present invention relates generally to synthetic polymer compositions that form interpenetrating polymer networks. In a preferred embodiment, the compositions comprise two multifunctionally activated synthetic polymers, along with a ...  
WO/2001/015643A1
A liquid absorbent open-cell polymeric foam material having properties which makes it suitable for use as an absorbent structure in absorbent articles such as diapers, pant diapers, sanitary napkins, incontinence guards, wound dressings,...  
WO/2001/016220A1
A method of producing a porous, liquid absorbent, open-cell polymeric foam material having properties which makes it suitable for use as an absorbent structure in absorbent articles such as diapers, pant diapers, sanitary napkins, incont...  
WO/2001/012723A1
Compositions of the invention are produced by blending hydroxy-functional polyesters with proteins at elevated temperatures. These compositions can be shaped into articles by known processes such as extrusion, compression molding, and in...  
WO/2001/001930A2
The invention relates to composite materials comprising calcium salts, such as calcium phosphates and calcium fluorophosphates, which are poorly soluble in water, whereby the calcium salts are provided in the form of nanoparticular parti...  
WO/2000/078856A1
The invention concerns an aqueous solid gel characterised in that it comprises (i) at least a hydrophilic gelling agent, (ii) at least a cellulose derivative and (iii) a powder phase comprising at least a pigment and/or mother-of-pearl, ...  
WO/2000/075219A1
A process for industrially producing, through the physical pulverization of silk fibers, a crystalline silk fibroin powder having an average particle diameter smaller than 3 $g(m)m which is usable in various applications. A silk material...  
WO/2000/075379A1
A reconstituted leather product and process for making the same. The reconstituted leather product may be finished to have the look and feel of real leather and physical properties equivalent thereto. The process is essentially dry and i...  
WO/2000/064982A1
The invention relates to a composition that contains leather and/or rubber particles, binders and softeners. The composition is characterized by the properties of natural leather, that is, favorable absorption of humidity, release of hum...  
WO/2000/061660A1
A polymeric water-soluble biodegradable material which arises through a mutual reaction of polyvinyl alcohol having a degree of hydrolysis of 70 to 99 % and a viscosity of the 4 % by weight aqueous solution of 3 to 80 mPas at 20 °C with...  
WO/2000/052052A1
The invention relates to novel collagen peptides that are modified by grafting free or substitued thiol functions carried by mercaptoamine radicals. The aim of the invention is to provide thiol collagens that can be cross-linked in a suf...  
WO/2000/049899A1
This invention provides water-insoluble caseinate-whey covering agents. Methods are provided for forming a range of coatings and films, wherein the proportion of caseinate-to-whey is chosen to optimize the desired characteristics of the ...  
WO/2000/033894A1
A hemostatic device formed of collagen particles and methods for producing and using the hemostatic device to control bleeding are provided. The collagen particles of the hemostatic device have a hemostatic activity that is equivalent to...  
WO2000018254A3
A method for protecting the activity and bioavailability of heat- and/or oxygen-labile compounds during processing, particularly processing by extrusion of a food product containing the heat- and/or oxygen-labile compounds. Beadlets are ...  
WO/2000/029484A1
A method for preparing high strength collagen material. Collagenic material is ground and acidified with acetic acid to a pH between 3 and 4 to form a collagenic paste with a collagen content of between 3 and 15 weight percent, on a dry ...  
WO/2000/018254A2
A method for protecting the activity and bioavailability of heat- and/or oxygen-labile compounds during processing, particularly processing by extrusion of a food product containing the heat- and/or oxygen-labile compounds. Beadlets are ...  
WO/2000/015272A1
Process for providing immobilized living cells, said process comprising the steps of: mixing together under reactive conditions a polymer and an activator for said polymer, such as a cross-linking agent, so that the polymer is activated,...  
WO/2000/013521A1
Protein-based, edible chewable pet toys, such as artificial dog bones, and to methods of preparing such chewable pet toys are disclosed. The chewable pet toys are made from protein-based thermoplastic composition containing plant and ani...  
WO/2000/013677A1
Copolymer networks having at least one cross-linked polyamine polymer fragment and at least one nonionic water-soluble polymer fragment, and compositions thereof, having at least one suitable biological agent.  
WO1999064619A3
Novel mannanases comprising e.g. an amino acid sequence as shown in positions 31-330 of SEQ ID NO: 2 or their homologues may be derived from e.g. Bacillus sp. 1633, or may be encoded by polynucleotide molecules comprising a nucleotide se...  
WO/2000/004891A2
A pharmaceutical composition for the prophylaxis or treatment of peptic ulcers includes a biocompatible anionic polysaccharide material containing glucuronic acid.  
WO/2000/004937A1
A flat flexible material in the form of a non-woven textile-like material, a foam or film is formed from a biocompatible anionic polysaccharide material. At least 5 % of the basic structural units of the polysaccharide material are glucu...  
WO/2000/005269A1
A biocompatible intermolecular polymer complex comprises an anionic component and a non protein cationic component. The anionic component comprises a linear or branched polysaccharide chain wherein at least 5 % of the basic structural un...  
WO/2000/004925A1
A slow release formulation includes a biocompatible anionic polysaccharide material containing glucuronic acid in the polymer chain.  

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