BYKOV VLADIMIR NIKOLAEVICH;NIKIFOROV ALEKSANDR SERGEEVICH;KIM GALINA ALEKSANDROVNA
(US20150368203) The invention is based on the use of ipidacrine to treat potency disorders and can be used in clinics for treating potency disorders related to the reduced production of reproductive gland hormones, disorders caused by chronic, including physical, stress, and also associated with spontaneously reduced sexual function, including anorgasmia or delayed ejaculation, and other sexual activity disorders not limiting the scope of the invention.
(US20150361177) Provided herein are antibodies and antigen-binding antibody fragments that bind to human soluble Growth Stimulation-Expressed Gene 2 (ST2) protein, kits containing these antibodies and antibody fragments, and methods of using these antibodies and antibody fragments.
MACKAY DOUGLAS;ESQUENET MARC B;ESQUENET BERNARD E;RUVINSKY LEE A
(CO7461138) A device for testing the cleanliness of a cannula of a medical instrument can include a flexible guiding member having a first end, a second end, and an outer diameter, and a length extending from the first end to the second end, wherein the first end can be rounded and the length of the guiding member can be free of any cleaning element. The device can further include a sponge element containing a dried extractant configured to extract intracellular ATP and having an outer diameter larger than the outer diameter of the guiding member. The device can also include a coupling member located between the second end of the guiding member and the sponge element, wherein the coupling member can be heat bonded to the sponge element and configured to facilitate detachment of the guiding member from the sponge element. (From US2016010139 A1)