• Sampling average phase meter 

      Rick S. Bailey; Arthur C. Holly (United States Patent and Trademark Office, 1987-12-08)
      Apparatus for generating a signal indicative of the phase of a selected pulsed single frequency signal in a background of noise. A first averaging phase detector generates the average phase of the selected signal. A second ...
    • Sapphyrin chelator derivatives 

      Jonathan L. Sessler; Brent L. Iverson; Vladimir A. Kral; Kevin Shreder; Hiroyuki Furuta (United States Patent and Trademark Office, 1996-06-25)
      The present invention provides various covalently modified sapphyrin derivatives and conjugates, and also, polymers including sapphyrin or derivatives thereof. Disclosed are water soluble sapphyrins, including polyhydrox ...
    • Sapphyrin derivatives and conjugates 

      Jonathan L. Sessler; Brent L. Iverson; Vladimir A. Kral; Kevin Shreder; Hiroyuki Furuta (United States Patent and Trademark Office, 1995-10-10)
      The present invention provides various covalently modified sapphyrin derivatives and conjugates, and also, polymers including sapphyrin or derivatives thereof. Disclosed are water soluble sapphyrins, including polyhydrox ...
    • Sapphyrin multimers 

      Jonathan L. Sessler; Vladimir A. Kral; Andrei Andrievsky (United States Patent and Trademark Office, 1996-12-24)
      The present invention provides novel sapphyrin dimers, trimers, oligomers and polymers, which multimers may include repeating units of sapphyrin or sapphyrin derivatives alone, or may further incorporate other units such ...
    • Sapphyrins, derivatives and syntheses 

      Jonathan L. Sessler; Michael John Cyr (United States Patent and Trademark Office, 1994-04-12)
      The present invention involves, in addition to many unique substituted sapphyrins, a novel method for synthesizing sapphyrins with good efficiency and high yield. An improved 9-step synthesis of substituted sapphyrins, ...
    • Sapphyrins, derivatives and syntheses 

      Jonathan L. Sessler; Michael John Cyr (United States Patent and Trademark Office, 1992-10-27)
      The present invention involves, in addition to many unique substituted sapphyrins, a novel method for synthesizing sapphyrins with good efficiency and high yield. An improved 9-step synthesis of substituted sapphyrins, ...
    • Satellite cell proliferation in adult skeletal muscle 

      Booth, Frank W.; Thomason, Donald B.; Morrison, Paul R.; Stancel, George M. (United States Patent and Trademark Office, 1995-11-14)
      Novel methods of retroviral-mediated gene transfer for the in vivo corporation and stable expression of eukaryotic or prokaryotic foreign genes in tissues of living animals is described. More specifically, methods of ...
    • Scalable bus-based on-chip interconnection networks 

      Stephen W. Keckler; Boris Robert Grot (United States Patent and Trademark Office, 2012-11-06)
      The present disclosure generally relates to systems for routing data across a multinodal network. Example systems include a multinodal array having a plurality of nodes and a plurality of physical communication channels ...
    • Selection method for cell internalizing nucleic acids 

      Andrew D. Ellington; Matthew Levy; Amy Yan; Ted Chitai Chu (United States Patent and Trademark Office, 2012-10-30)
      The present invention includes compositions and methods for contacting one or more cells with a random RNA-containing library, treating the contacted cells and with a denaturing agent or digestion with one or more nucleases, ...
    • Selection of bacterial inner-membrane anchor polypeptides 

      Brent L. Iverson; George M. Georgiou; Barrett R. Harvey; Ki Jun Jeong (United States Patent and Trademark Office, 2009-11-03)
      The invention overcomes the deficiencies of the prior art by providing a rapid approach for isolating polypeptides capable of anchoring heterologous polypeptides to a bacterial inner membrane. In the technique, libraries ...
    • Selective laser sintering of parts by compound formation of precursor powders 

      Harris L. Marcus; David L. Bourell; Wendy L. Weiss (United States Patent and Trademark Office, 1992-10-20)
      A method and apparatus for selectively sintering a layer of powder to produce a part comprising a plurality of sintered layers. The apparatus includes a computer controlling a laser to direct the laser energy onto the ...
    • Selective laser sintering using nanocomposite materials 

      Harris L. Marcus; David L. Bourell; Arumugam Manthiram (United States Patent and Trademark Office, 1995-07-11)
      A method of fabricating three-dimensional objects in a layerwise fashion, and having high structural strength and high density, is disclosed. Methods are disclosed by which nanocomposite powders of ceramic-ceramic systems, ...
    • Selective laser sintering with assisted powder handling 

      Carl R. Deckard; Joseph J. Beaman, Jr. (United States Patent and Trademark Office, 1991-10-01)
      A method and apparatus for selectively sintering a layer of powder to produce a part comprising a plurality of sintered layers. The apparatus includes a computer controlling a laser to direct the laser energy onto the ...
    • Selective laser sintering with assisted powder handling 

      Carl R. Deckard; Joseph J. Beaman, Jr. (United States Patent and Trademark Office, 1990-07-03)
      A method and apparatus for selectively sintering a layer of powder to produce a part comprising a plurality of sintered layers. The apparatus includes a computer controlling a laser to direct the laser energy onto the ...
    • Self-installing anchor 

      Robert B. Gilbert; Jose Eugenio Iturriaga Flores; Hande Gerkus (United States Patent and Trademark Office, 2017-05-09)
      The self-installing anchor is configured for falling vertically through the water, embedding vertically into the soil, rotating and translating diagonally deeper through the soil in response to the anchor line load being ...
    • Semiconductor device apparatus having multiple current-voltage curves and zero-bias memory 

      Dean P. Neikirk; Kiran Kumar Gullapalli (United States Patent and Trademark Office, 1995-04-18)
      Heterostructure barrier quantum well device with a super-lattice structure of alternating lightly doped and heavily doped spacer layers having multiple, stable current-voltage curves extending continuously through zero ...
    • Semiconductor devices and methods 

      Holonyak, Nick, Jr.; Dupuis, Russell D. (United States Patent and Trademark Office, 2004-08-10)
      A method of forming a semiconductor device includes the following steps: providing a plurality of semiconductor layers; providing means for coupling signals to and/or from layers of the device; providing a layer of quantum ...
    • Semiconductor devices and methods 

      Holonyak, Nick, Jr.; Dupuis, Russell D. (United States Patent and Trademark Office, 2004-06-22)
      A method of forming a semiconductor device includes the following steps: providing a plurality of semiconductor layers; providing means for coupling signals to and/or from layers of the device; providing a quantum well ...
    • Semiconductor devices and methods 

      Holonyak, Nick, Jr.; Dupuis, Russell D. (United States Patent and Trademark Office, 2007-06-05)
      A method of forming a semiconductor device includes the following steps: providing a plurality of semiconductor layers; providing means for coupling signals to and/or from layers of the device; providing a quantum well ...
    • Sensor arrays for the measurement and identification of multiple analytes in solutions 

      Dean P. Neikirk; Jason B. Shear; John T. McDevitt; Eric V. Anslyn (United States Patent and Trademark Office, 2004-01-20)
      A system for the rapid characterization of multi-analyte fluids, in one embodiment, includes a light source, a sensor array, and a detector. The sensor array is formed from a supporting member into which a plurality of ...