Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation

Technology

Toilet, Testing and Monitoring Systems

Systems for monitoring metabolites may include a sample collection system and a urinalysis system of or for a toilet.  The sample collection system may be automated to collect sample urine from a...
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Joshua Coon, Michael Westphall, Ian Miller, Lloyd Smith, Keaton Mertz | P200202WO01

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Microbial Glycans As A Target Of Human Intelectin

The present disclosure provides for methods of diagnosing and treating bacterial infections. Human Intelectin 1 (hIntL-1) has been shown to bind selectively to glycan components on bacteria including ...
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Laura Kiessling, Darryl Wesener, Kittikhun Wangkanont | P150027US02

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Probiotic Function Of Human Intelectin

The present disclosure provides for methods providing a pre/probiotic agent to a subject. Human Intelectin 1 (hIntL-1) has been shown to bind selectively to glycan components on bacteria, thereby prom...
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Laura Kiessling, Darryl Wesener, Kittikhun Wangkanont, Federico Rey | P150027US04

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Method Of Determining The Efficacy Of Antimicrobials

A method of determining efficacy of an antimicrobial treatment in a subject includes calculating a breath delta value (BDV) for each of at least six breath samples acquired from the subject over a 24 ...
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Mark Cook, Daniel Butz, Ann O'Rourke | P170242US02

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Field Test for Mycobacterial Infections

Mycobacterial infections cause major health problems for people and animals, including human tuberculosis, bovine tuberculosis and Johne’s disease. Johne’s disease (or paratuberculosis) afflicts 9...
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Adel Talaat | P150020US02

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Assay to Determine Risk of Fungal Infection

Fungal infections such as aspergillosis and Valley Fever can be life threatening, particularly in immune-compromised patients. These patients are vulnerable to fungal strains that flourish in hospital...
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Bruce Klein, Marcel Wuethrich | P140236US02

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Diagnostic Kit for Blastomycosis

Blastomyces dermatitidis is a soil fungus found throughout the world, and is especially prevalent in the river valleys and Great Lakes region of the United States. If spores are inhaled, blastomycosis...
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Bruce Klein, Theodore Brandhorst | P110280US02

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