Login| Sign Up| Help| Contact|

Patent Searching and Data


Matches 451 - 500 out of 1,583

Document Document Title
WO/2001/047403A1
A use-dependent indicator system for detecting the exhaustion of an active chemical within an absorbent article is provided. The indicator system includes at least one dye component and a polymer mixture. The dye component(s) can be non-...  
WO/2001/046357A2
There is provided a fusion protein comprising a cellulose binding domain and a domain having a high binding affinity for another ligand. This high affinity binding domain is preferably directed at a Benefit Agent. The latter is preferabl...  
WO/2001/046264A1
A novel partial ester of cellulose with a nitrogenous carboxylic acid, the ester being useful as an antibacterial agent, a flame retardant, etc.; and a simple process for producing the partial ester. Fibers made of the partial ester have...  
WO/2001/046356A2
There is provided a method of delivering a benefit agent to fabric for exerting a pre-determined activity, wherein the fabric is pre-treated with a multi-specific binding molecule which has a high binding affinity to said fabric through ...  
WO/2001/046514A1
There is provided a method of delivering a benefit agent to a selected area of a fabric for exerting a predetermined activity, wherein the area is pre-treated with a multi-specific binding molecule which has a high binding affinity to sa...  
WO/2001/038637A1
A carbohydrate polymer containing product, such as a paper product with improved mechanical property, that comprises a carbohydrate substrate which is a cellulose-based carbohydrate substrate cross-linked with a biological cross-linking ...  
WO/2001/037662A1
There is provided an impregnated netting or fabric for insect or tick killing and repellence which comprises an insecticide and/or a repellant, and a film forming component which reduces wash off and degradation of the insecticide compon...  
WO/2001/034897A1
A fiber-treating agent which contains a chitosan zirconium salt obtained by ionically bonding chitosan with a zirconium salt. By treating fibers with this treating agent, chitosan can be ionically bonded to the fibers. The fibers thus tr...  
WO/2001/034387A1
A liquid and stain-resistant fabric is provided that can withstand the high temperatures required for transfer printing. A coating composition comprising a copolymer composition and a fluorochemical composition is applied to fabric such ...  
WO/2001/034895A2
The invention relates to wool which is provided with an antifelting finishing, a good affinity for dyestuffs and favorable qualities with regard to touch by treating it with self-dispersing isocyanates as well as with other textile auxil...  
WO/2001/034899A1
A method is provided for enzymatically modifying a polyester resin, film, fiber, yarn, fabric or textile to modify the characteristics thereof.  
WO/2001/034091A2
Compositions for cross-linking and/or modifying the properties of polysaccharide containing materials are provided. Methods for cross-linking polysaccharide containing materials include the step of treating polysaccharide structures with...  
WO/2001/034902A2
A process for the manufacture of a lignocellulose product, the process comprising the step of mixing in a reaction medium (i) a phenolic polymer being substituted with a phenolic hydroxy group; (ii) a lignocellulose containing material h...  
WO/2001/031116A1
The present invention relates to a textile enhancement composition comprising: a) from about 0.05 % by weight, of a polyamine fabric enhancement system, said system comprising one or more polyamines selected from the group consisting of:...  
WO2000032247A9
A medical graft, such as a vascular graft, made of a fabric containing an inorganic antimicrobial agent. The fabric has a coating material with the inorganic antimicrobial agent bonded to it, the agent preferably being a zeolite. The fab...  
WO/2001/014629A1
A method is provided for improving the uptake of a cationic compound onto a polyester article starting material, comprising the steps of: (a) obtaining a polyesterase enzyme; (b) contacting said polyesterase enzyme with said polyester ar...  
WO/2001/012794A1
An isolated or purified polypeptide having xyloglucanase activity which is obtained from a strain of the genus Malbranchea and has xyloglucanase activity in the pH range 4-11, measured at 50 °C; and/or a molecular mass of 25 +/- 10 kDa,...  
WO/2001/010421A1
The invention provides tissue engineering compositions and methods wherein three-dimensional matrices for growing cells are prepared for in vitro and in vivo use. The matrices comprise biodegradable polymer fibers capable of the controll...  
WO/2001/009418A1
Empirically determined models allow the predetermination of the accurate amount and quality of modified zeolite (1) required to produce textile articles having a specific degree of antibacterial activity in accordance with the requiremen...  
WO/2001/007709A1
This invention relates to antimicrobial fabrics which are treated with a specific durable and regenerable halamine/chlorine system and methods of removing residual active chlorine from the target textile surface without reducing the anti...  
WO/2001/006054A1
This invention is directed to preparations useful for the permanent or substantially permanent treatment of textiles and other webs. More particularly, the preparations of the invention comprise an agent or other payload surrounded by or...  
WO/2001/005583A1
One or more particulate active agents are fused to the surface of a substrate web by mixing the particulate agents with a particulate binder having a particle size not exceeding an average diameter of approximately 40 microns and coating...  
WO/2001/000252A1
The invention relates to medicine and is particularly directed at the prevention and prophylactics of inflammatory infectious diseases caused by the action of noxious microbiological factors through the creation of a medical fabric and a...  
WO/2000/075415A1
The invention provides an article of clothing having antibacterial, antifungal, and antiyeast properties, comprising at least a panel of a metallized textile fabric, the textile fabric including fibers selected from the group consisting ...  
WO/2000/071808A1
The present invention provides methods for single-bath biopreparation and dyeing of cellulosic fibers, which are carried out by contacting the fibers simultaneously or sequentially with a bioscouring enzyme, preferably pectinase, proteas...  
WO/2000/056867A1
Tolymethylgalacturonases belonging to family 28 of polysaccharide lyases and comprising the amino acid sequence of SEQ ID NO:1 or an amino acid sequence having at least 70% sequence identity with SEQ ID NO:1 show good performance in indu...  
WO/2000/053736A1
Biological substance-immobilized fibers wherein a biological substance is immobilized on a fiber; fibers carrying a biological substance-immobilized gel; and fiber alignments having bundles of the above-described fibers and slices of the...  
WO/2000/050686A1
The present invention provides a method of treating wool, wool fibers or animal hair an alkali-containing alcohol solution, followed by a proteolytic enzyme in aqueous solution. The described method results in improved shrink-resistance,...  
WO/2000/049219A1
The invention relates to a process for treating a substrate to impart biocidal properties to the substrate by depositing or impregnating the substrate with solubilised chitosan, immersing the substrate in a solution of a silver salt, tre...  
WO/2000/046441A1
A deodorizing fiber which effectively eliminates body odors, especially a perspiratory odor, etc., and has satisfactory resistance to laundering (durability); and a process for producing deodorizing fibers which imparts an excellent deod...  
WO/2000/037614A2
The present invention relates to variant EGIII or EGIII-like cellulases which have improved stability. The variant cellulases have performance sensitive residues replaced to a residue having improved stability.  
WO/2000/034565A1
Methods are described for the treatment of cellulosic yarns prior to their incorporation into fabric. In particular, a method is provided for the treatment of warp yarn with cellulase to a greater extent than treatment of the fill yarn p...  
WO/2000/029662A1
Methods of rendering cellulosic materials fire retardant, and articles of manufacture including the materials, are disclosed. The methods involve applying a flame retardant composition to the material. In one embodiment, the composition ...  
WO/2000/025940A1
A substrate such as a woven or nonwoven fabric bound with a light-activated dye alone or in combination with additional conventional antimicrobial agents. The substrate is impregnated with a light-activated non-leachable dye having antim...  
WO/2000/018865A1
The present invention relates to laundry detergent and/or fabric care compositions comprising a chemical entity and a polymer; wherein the chemical entity comprises a deposition aid having a high affinity for cellulose and a benefit agen...  
WO/2000/018898A1
The present invention relates to an improved chemical entity which comprises a chemical component linked to an amino acid sequence comprising a Cellulose Binding Domain (CBD) having a binding constant (Kr) for crystalline cellulose (Kr-c...  
WO/2000/018864A1
The present invention relates to laundry detergent and/or fabric care compositions comprising a chemical entity, a surfactant and a protease; wherein the chemical entity comprises a deposition aid having a high affinity for cellulose and...  
WO/2000/018897A1
The present invention relates to a chemical entity comprising more than one chemical components linked to a cellulose binding domain. The present invention further relates to a laundry detergent and/or fabric care composition comprising ...  
WO/2000/016740A1
The present invention relates to personal care compositions comprising a water insoluble substrate, a plurality of Protease G enzymes, and a binding means, permanently attaching each of the enzymes to the substrate wherein the personal c...  
WO/2000/015897A1
The present invention provides durable and refreshable antimicrobial polymers and methods for preparing the same. In some instances, the polymer is a textile. These textiles have excellent colorfastness and washfastness. The antimicrobia...  
WO/2000/014206A2
The present invention relates to variant EGIII cellulases which have improved stability and/or performance. The variant cellulases have replacements at sensitive residues to improve stability and/or performance.  
WO/2000/011257A1
Aqueous dispersions (U) containing: (A) a UV-light-absorbing textile treatment agent, (B) a dispersant system and (C) a carboxyl-containing cross-linked copolymer and optionally (D) at least one formulation additive, are useful for the c...  
WO/2000/011256A1
Aqueous dispersions (U) containing: (A) a UV-light-absorbing textile treatment agent and (B) a dispersant system containing (B¿X?) a non-ionogenic, polymeric, hydrophilic dispersant or a mixture of such dispersants and (B¿Y?) a non-ion...  
WO/2000/009707A1
A novel composition is provided which is predicable by an $i(Actinomycete). The cellulase has an approximate calculated molecular weight of 36 kD and has a pH optimum at 40 °C of 8 and 60 °C of 7. Also provided is a DNA encoding said c...  
WO/2000/009796A1
Fabric treating compositions are provided which have at least 10 % benzyl benzoate and at least 20 % alcohol. The compositions preferably also contain water. They trap dust from room air between vacuuming, yet permit ready release of the...  
WO/2000/003752A1
The present invention provides in one aspect for a method for controlling odor associated with spills of organic material which can cause odors on carpets. The method comprises applying to the carpet a preparation of dormant bacteria, wh...  
WO/1999/064619A2
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. $i(Bacillus) sp. 1633, or may be encoded by polynucleotide molecules comprising a nucleotid...  
WO/1999/062974A1
A polymer emulsion which contains polymer particles having an average particle diameter of 30 m or smaller and each comprising a core and a shell, wherein the core is constituted of chitosan (a) and a polymer (b) of either an organic aci...  
WO/1999/060199A1
A method for treating wool, wool fibers or animal hair with a haloperoxidase (together with a hydrogen peroxide source and a halide source), and a proteolytic enzyme. The described method results in improved shrink-resistance, handle, ap...  
WO/1999/060200A1
A method of treating wool, wool fibers or animal hair with a proteolytic enzyme and a transglutaminase. The described method results in improved shrink-resistance, handle, appearance, wettability, reduction of felting tendency, increased...  

Matches 451 - 500 out of 1,583