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Fred H. Gage patentsRecent bibliographic sampling of Fred H. Gage patents listed/published in the public domain by the USPTO (USPTO Patent Application #,Title):
02/06/14 - 20140038896 - Retroelements and mental disorders and methods of measuring l1 retrotransposition
11/28/13 - 20130315886 - Retroelements and mental disorders and methods of measuring l1 retrotransposition
05/24/12 - 20120129835 - Schizophrenia methods and compositions
05/03/12 - 20120107286 - Pluripotent stem cells
01/05/12 - 20120003655 - Identification of neuroprotective agents using pro-inflammatory human glial cells
07/14/11 - 20110172105 - Grepseq: an almost inexhaustible, cost-effective, high-throughput protocol for the generation of selector sequences
02/24/11 - 20110045996 - Robust regression based exon array protocol system and applications
09/16/10 - 20100235310 - Temporally dynamic artificial neural networks
07/22/10 - 20100184152 - Target-oriented whole genome amplification of nucleic acids
(*May have duplicates - we are upgrading our archive.)
20130004985 - Methods and compositions for treating neurological disorders
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