Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation

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METAL-METAL BONDED AMMONIA OXIDATION CATALYSTS

UW-Madison researchers have developed a diruthenium containing catalyst capable of efficiently converting ammonia to nitrogen in the presence of oxygen. These catalysts, which generally facilitate mul...
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John Berry, Christian Wallen, Michael Trenerry, Tristan Brown, Sungho Park | P200013US02

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Vancomycin Analogs And Method Thereof

The present invention teaches rapid diversification of vancomycin analogs through glycorandomization and chemoenzymatic strategies resulting in a diverse library of complex natural product architectur...
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Jon Thorson | P04451US

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Neoglycorandomization And Digitoxin Analogs

The present invention provides methods of producing libraries of compounds with enhanced desirable properties and diminished side effects as well as the compounds produced by the methods. In preferred...
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Joseph Langenhan | P08057US

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Knife Blade Edge Serrations And Method Therefor

Various aspects of the present disclosure are directed toward blades having serrations, and methods for forming the serrations. As may be implemented in accordance with one or more embodiments, laser ...
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Justin Morrow, Frank Pfefferkorn | P160255US01

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Methods Of Processing Aromatic Compounds

A method of processing a solution comprising aromatic compounds. The method includes culturing a first microorganism in the solution for a time sufficient to reduce an amount of an aromatic compound a...
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Timothy Donohue, Daniel Noguera, Julian Oshlag, Weiping Zhang, Samantha Austin | P150130US02

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Microorganisms For Producing Organic Acids

Organic acid-producing microorganisms and methods of using same. The organic acid-producing microorganisms comprise modifications that reduce or ablate AcsA activity or AcsA homolog activity. The modi...
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Brian Pfleger, Matthew Begemann | P120017US03

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Microorganisms For Producing Organic Acids

Organic acid-producing microorganisms and methods of using same. The organic acid-producing microorganisms comprise modifications that reduce or ablate AcsA activity or AcsA homolog activity. The modi...
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Brian Pfleger, Matthew Begemann | P120017US04

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