THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA AT CHAPEL HILL
Embodiments of the invention provide fluidic devices such as, but not limited to, microfluidic chips, with one or more freeze thaw valves (FTVs) employing one or more ice-nucleating agents (INAs), that can reliably operate to freeze at relatively high...
LIFE TECHNOLOGIES, INC.
The invention relates to treating samples to reduce, substantially reduce, inactivate, or eliminate adventitious agents or toxins present in the sample of interest. These ends are accomplished by drying or substantially drying the sample.
The present invention relates to a method for producing a storable dry composition of biomolecule. First a composition is dispensed on a surface. The composition comprises at least a biomolecule, at least a liquid volatile component, at least a polysa...
BHAMBHANI Akhilesh EVANS Robert K. LIZZANO Rebecca Sinacola Jessica MERCK SHARP & DOHME CORP.
Methods for preparing dried pellets of biological materials are described. The pellets can have a substantially spherical shape and are prepared by freezing droplets of a liquid composition of a desired biological material on a solid surface followed ...
An apparatus (20) for dehydrating organic material in batches has a processing unit (22) having a microwave-vacuum chamber (34), an input module (28) and an output module (30), with a conveyor (54) for moving the material through the chamber on a micr...
Masahiro Yamamoto Kirishima Highland Beer Co., Ltd.
A method for efficiently reducing water content of an object to be treated that contains water without requiring a high-temperature environment such as one exceeding the boiling point of water, and a method for efficiently extracting an oil-soluble su...
MIZUGUCHI TAIJI ARAI TERUHIKO HIRAYAMA KOUICHI
An object of the present invention is to provide a method for drying the liquid of microorganism cells where, in a manufacturing step of a dried microorganism cell product or of a composition such as pharmaceutical or food containing the same, extinct...
UNIVERSAL PRESERVATION TECHNOLOGIES, INC.
A method of preserving sensitive biological dispersions, suspensions, emulsions and solutions by forming stable foams from fluid materials to be dehydrated, as an aid both to the drying of one or more biologically active substrates in the fluid and as...
Significant research is being done to develop and improve delivery mechanisms for biopharmaceuticals and vaccines, including pulmonary (inhalation), nasal, transdermal, and oral alternatives. Market projections indicate that the delivery of proteins a...