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Sol-gel derived bioactive glass polymer composite
B. Hatcher, A. B. Brennan, B. Cuevas, and C. Seegert, US Patent No. 8,337,893 B2, August 23, 2012.
Surface Topographies for Non-toxic Bioadhesion Control
Anthony B. Brennan, Ronald H. Baney, Michelle L. Carman, Thomas G. Estes, Adam W. Feinberg, Leslie H. Wilson and James F. Schumacher
US Patent No. 7,650,848, January 26, 2010.
“Biocides based on silanol terminated silanes”
R. H. Baney, Y. M. Kim, and A. B. Brennan
US Patent Office US Patent No. 7,347,970, issued March 25, 2008.
“Polyamide Graft Copolymers”
Anthony B. Brennan, Christopher. Batich, Michael P. Zamora, and Kenneth B. Wagener
US Patent 7,169,853, January 30, 2007.
“Surface Topography for Non-toxic Bioadhesion Control”
Anthony. B. Brennan, Ronald H. Baney, Michelle L. Carman, Thomas G. Estes, Adam W. Feinberg, Leslie H. Wilson, James F. Schumacher
United States Patent 7,143,709 B2, December 5, 2006.
“Dynamically Modifiable Polymer Coatings and Devices”
C. C. Bohn, A. B. Brennan, and R. H. Baney
US Patent, 7,117,807 B2, October 10, 2006.
“Amino Acid Functionalized Polymers for Graft Copolymerizations”
A. B. Brennan, M.P. Zamora, C. D. Batich and K. B. Wagener
US Patent No. 6,667,368, December 23, 2003.
“A Strain Sensitive Coating for Optical Strain Analysis System”
P. Ifju; K. Schanze; Y. Wang; J. P. Hubner; W. El-Ratal; A. Brennan; L. He; Y. Shen; B. Carroll; Bruce
US Patent No. 6,327,030, December 4, 2001.
“Bioactive Composites Based upon Silane Funtionalized Thermoplastic Polymers”
A.B. Brennan, R. L. Oréfice, and M.P. Zamora
US Patent No. 6,399,693 B1, June 4, 2002.
“Silane Functionalized Polymers”
A.B. Brennan, R.L. Oréfice, and M.P. Zamora
UF Patent No. 1692, US Patent 6,380,307 April 2, 2002.
“Method for the Production of Scratch Resistant Articles and the Scratch Resistance Articles So Produced”
R.W. Pryor, J. Adair, A. B. Brennan, and R. K. Singh
U.S. Patent No. 5,492,769, February 20, 1996.
“Use of Polymeric Catalyst in Synthesis of Sol-Gel Derived Ceramic Materials”
A. B. Brennan and G. L. Wilkes
U.S. Patent No. 5,316,695, May 31, 1994.
“Paste Anhydride Hardener for Epoxy Model/Die Product”
A. Brennan and E. Files
U.S. Patent No. 4,657,992, April 14, 1987.
Filed Patent Applications
- “Method of Patterning a Surface and Articles Comprising the Same”
K. Chung, A. Brennan, J. Bagan, and M. Spiecker
US Patent Of0fice, Patent Application Pub. No.: US 2010/0119755 A1 May 13, 2010.
- “Functionalized Poly(ethylene glycol-)-Dimetharcylate Hydrogels Reduce the Attachment of Ulva linza”
A. Brennan and C. Magin
Serial No. 61/267,366, Filing Date: Dec. 7, 2009.
- “Method of Determining Positions for Settlement on a Textured Surface, Patterns for Minimizing Settlement and Articles Comprising the Same”
A. Brennan and C. Long
Serial No. 61/225,416, Filing Date: July 14, 2009.
- “Sol-gel derived bioactive glass polymer composite”
B. Hatcher, A. B. Brennan, B. Cuevas, and C. Seegert
US Patent Office, Patent Application Pub. No.: US 2004/0052861 A1 March 18, 2004.
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