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Patents, Publications,
and Presentations


Patents, Publications, and Presentations



Patents Issued
  1. 7,422,607 Anti-calcification treatments for heart valves and vascular grafts. Available for licensing.
  2. 8,900,432 B2; Analyte Sensor combining hydrophilic polymer-enzymes and electroactive surfaces as a gluecose sensor
  3. WO 2004/109837 Fuel Cell Electrode Comprising Carbon Nanotubes
  4. 7,002,079;Indicators for early detection of potential failures due to water exposure of polymer-clad fiberglass
  5. 6,685,740; Device for inserting a flexible intraocular lens
  6. 6,336,932; Device for inserting a flexible intraocular lens
  7. WO 9205441; Dye matrix for water-insensitive tissue oxygen sensor.
  8. 4,746,751 (EP 289679); Silicone reactive/fluorescent silane dye compositions

Patent Applications
  1. US 20090143658 ANALYTE SENSOR (glucose Sensor Technology), Oviatt, Henry W., Petisce, James R., Curry, Kenneth C.  (2009)
  2. US 20100160756, “Membrane Layer for Electrochemical Biosensor and Method of Accommodating Electromagnetic and Radiofrequency Fields” Petisce; James R., Oviatt, Henry W., June 24, 2010
  3. US 20100160755, “Polyelectrolytes as Sublayers on Electrochemical Sensors”, Oviatt, Henry W., Petisce, James R., June 24, 2010

Publications
  1. Oviatt,  H.W., Brant, D.A.,  "Thermal Treatment of Semi-Dilute Aqueous Xanthan Solutions Yields Weak Gels with Properties Resembling Hyaluronic Acid.",  International Journal of Biological Macromolecules, 1993, 15(2), 3-10.
  2. Oviatt,  H.W., Shea,  K.J., Small,  J.S., "Alkylene Bridged Silsesquioxane Sol-Gel Synthesis and Xerogel Characterization.  Structural Requirements for Porosity.",  Chemistry of Materials1993, 5(7), 943-950.
  3. D. A. Loy, R. J. Buss, R. A. Assink, K. J. Shea, H. W. Oviatt,  "Porous Materials by Design.  Plasma Oxidation of Hydrocarbon Templates in Polysilsesquioxanes", Polymer Preprints, 1993, 34(1), 244.
  4. Oviatt, H.W., Brant, D.A, “The Rheological Behavior of Semi-Dilute Aqueous Xanthan Solutions After Thermal Treatment”, Polymer Preprints, 1994, 35(1), 747-8.
  5. Oviatt,  H.W., Brant, D.A.,  "Viscoelastic Behavior of Thermally Treated Aqueous Xanthan Solutions in the Semi-Dilute Concentration Regime", Macromolecules, 1994, 27(9), 2402-2408.
  6. D. A. Loy, R. J. Buss, R. A. Assink, K. J. Shea, H. W. Oviatt, “Engineering of Porosity in amorphous Materials.  Plasma oxidation of hydrocarbon templates in polysilsesquioxanes.”, Mater. Res. Soc. Symp. Proc.,1994, 346 (Better Ceramics Through Chemistry VI), 825-829.
  7. Oviatt, H.W., et. al, "Applications of Organic Bridged Polysilsesquioxane Xerogels to Nonlinear Optical Materials by the Sol Gel Method”, Chemistry of Materials, 1995, 7(3),493-498.
  8. Baugher, B.M, D. A. Loy, Prabakar, S.,, R. A. Assink, K. J. Shea, H. W. Oviatt,“Porosity in hexylene-bridged polysilsesquioxanes.  Effects of Monomer Concentration.”   Mater. Res. Soc. Symp. Proc.,1995, 371 (Advances in Porous Materials), 253-259.
  9. Haddad, T.S., Oviatt, H.W., Schwab J.J., Mather, P. T., Chaffee, K.P., Lichtenhan, J.D., “Polydimethylsiloxanes Modified with Polyhedral Oligomeric Silsesquioxanes: From Viscous Oils to Thermoplastics”, submitted to Polymer Preprints, Spring, 1998 ACS meeting, Dallas, TX.
  10. “Hyaluronic acid with Gd-DTPA conjugates for MRI Vascular Imaging”, Oviatt, H.W., Kasarie, M., Clarke, G.; in preparation (2010).


Presentations
  1. ACS 225th National Meeting, March 22-27, 2003, New Orleans, LA; “Calculation of the Refractive Indices of POSS Compounds.”
  2. Morphology of polyurethane - polyvinylpyrrolidone (PU-PVP) materials prepared by phase inversion methods.     Oviatt, Henry W., Jr.; Thompson, Sarah. Polymeric Materials Science and Engineering  (2003), 89  124.
  3. Surfaces in Biomaterials, Sept. 3-7, 1997, Minneapolis, MN; Albumin Affinity Surfaces for Hemocompatiblity.
  4. Oviatt, H.W., Brant, D.A, “The Rheological Behavior of Semi-Dilute Aqueous Xanthan Solutions After Thermal Treatment”, Polymer Preprints, 1994, 35(1), 747-8.
  5. ACS National Meeting, San Diego, April 24-30 1994; Viscoelastic Behavior of Thermally Treated Aqueous Xanthan Solutions in the Semi-Dilute Concentration Regime
  6. Networks '92, August 31-September 4th, 1992, San Diego, CA; Thermal Treatment of Semi-Dilute Aqueous Xanthan Solutions Yields Weak Gels Resembling Hyaluronic Acid.
  7. FACSS/Pacific Conference, October 11, 1991, Anaheim, CA; Rheology of Thermally Treated Polysaccharide Solutions.

 


Dr. Henry Oviatt


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