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Pre-diagnostic And Therapeutics For Diabetes

Pre-diagnostic And Therapeutics For Diabetes

"Pre-diagnostic And Therapeutics For Diabetes Tech ID: 20095 / UC Case 1997-561-0 Background: The prevalence of Insulin-Dependent Diabetes Mellitus (IDDM) in the U.S is 300,000 to 500,000 individuals of all ages with 30,000 new cases…
03/15/2015
Los Angeles
CA
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Novel Therapeutic Targets in Liver Fibrosis

Novel Therapeutic Targets in Liver Fibrosis

" Novel Therapeutic Targets in Liver Fibrosis Tech ID: 24151 / UC Case 2012-090-0 Background: Liver fibrosis often results from chronic liver pathologies, increasing the risk of cancer and even death by liver failure. Except…
03/15/2015
San Diego
CA
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CYP3A4 Epoxygenase Inhibitors for ER+ Breast Cancer Treatment

CYP3A4 Epoxygenase Inhibitors for ER+ Breast Cancer Treatment

" CYP3A4 Epoxygenase Inhibitors for ER+ Breast Cancer Treatment Tech ID: 24752 / UC Case 2015-143-0 Brief Description: Small molecule CYP34A inhibitor oncology therapeutics are being developed in collaboration between scientists at UC Irvine and…
03/15/2015
Irvine
CA
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Use Of Antibiotic Peptides Produced By Human Corneal Epithelial Cells To Manage Infection

Use Of Antibiotic Peptides Produced By Human Corneal Epithelial Cells To Manage Infection

"Use Of Antibiotic Peptides Produced By Human Corneal Epithelial Cells To Manage Infection Tech ID: 18550 / UC Case 1998-040-0 Abstract: UC Berkeley researchers have discovered an antibacterial peptide produced by human ocular tissues. This…
03/15/2015
Berkeley
CA
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Metabolic Engineering Of Anaerobic Fungal Pathways For The Production Of Biofuels And Antimicrobial Compounds

Metabolic Engineering Of Anaerobic Fungal Pathways For The Production Of Biofuels And Antimicrobial Compounds

"Metabolic Engineering Of Anaerobic Fungal Pathways For The Production Of Biofuels And Antimicrobial Compounds Tech ID: 23730 / UC Case 2014-025-0 Brief Description: A novel method of manipulating metabolic networks and pathways within anaerobic gut…
03/14/2015
Santa Barbara
CA
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Use Of Edible Oils To Enhance The Absorption Of Orally Administered Steroids Including Neurosteroids

Use Of Edible Oils To Enhance The Absorption Of Orally Administered Steroids Including Neurosteroids

Use Of Edible Oils To Enhance The Absorption Of Orally Administered Steroids Including Neurosteroids Tech ID: 23880 / UC Case 2012-017-0 Abstract: Researchers at the University of California, Davis have developed a formulation of steroids,…
03/08/2015
Davis
CA
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Porous Materials with High Surface Area

Porous Materials with High Surface Area

Technology #2150 - Background Membranes have been typically used for filtration, reverse osmosis (hyperfiltration), dialysis, pervaporation, and gas separation applications. A solid membrane can be made of synthetic polymers, natural macromolecules, inorganic compounds, ceramic or…
02/25/2015
Ann Arbor
MI
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