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Whether a federal contractor university's statutory right under the Bayh-Dole Act, 35 U.S.C. § § 200-212, in inventions arising from federally funded research can be terminated unilaterally by an individual inventor through a separate agreement purporting to assign the inventor's rights to a third party. ii PARTIES TO THE PROCEEDING Pursuant to Rule… (More)
A radiochemical method for selective measurement of postheparin lipase activities was adapted to analyze lipoprotein lipase and hepatic lipase in preheparin plasma. The assay sensitivity was increased about four-fold by doubling both the volume of plasma used and the volume of lipolytic products taken for liquid scintillation counting, and was further… (More)
INTRODUCTION Functional assessment of the systemic right ventricle is often problematic in patients with Dtransposition of the great arteries (D-TGA) due to altered ventricular geometry. The clinical applicability of myocardial deformation imaging by two-dimensional strain (2DS) echocardiography in this setting is still under investigation. METHODS We… (More)
We report a rare case of fat-fluid levels in the extensor tendon sheaths of the wrist on MRI. An 18-year-old female sustained a direct injury to her left hand while playing soccer. Plain radiographs showed soft tissue swelling with no definite fracture plane appreciated on the initial review of the images. The pain and swelling were severe and an MRI was… (More)
successful closure of a ventricular septal defect in a child using " controlled cross circulation. " This technique, which preceded the use of a heart-lung bypass machine, used another family member as the oxygenator and the pump. The donor was connected to the patient using beer tubing, and the flow was regulated using clamps on the tubing. Later that same… (More)