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  • Inventor(s):
    John G. Duman
    Patent Number:
    US 5633451 B2
    Description:

    The present invention is directed to transgenic plants having nucleic acid sequences encoding Dendroides canadensis thermal hysteresis proteins. The THPs of Dendroides have significantly greater thermal hysteresis activity than any other known anti-freeze protein. The thermal hysteresis activity of the purified THPs can be further enhanced by combining the THPs with various “activating” compounds.

    Date Issued:
    1997-05-27
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    Patent
  • Inventor(s):
    John G. Duman
    Patent Number:
    US 5627051 B2
    Description:

    The present invention is directed to nucleic acid sequences encoding Dendroides canadensis thermal hysteresis proteins. The THPs of Dendroides have significantly greater thermal hysteresis activity than any other known anti-freeze protein. The thermal hysteresis activity of the purified THPs can be further enhanced by combining the THPs with various “activating” compounds.

    Date Issued:
    1997-05-06
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    Public
    Resource Type
    Patent
  • Inventor(s):
    Kent Walters, John G. Duman, Anthony S. Serianni
    Patent Number:
    US 8604002 B1
    Description:

    The invention provides an antifreeze glycolipid compounds and composition comprising a polysaccharide moiety of Formula I: missing image wherein D-Manp represents a D-mannopyranose moiety, D-Xylp represents a D-xylopyranose moiety, and n is about 5 to about 70; and one or more lipid moieties covalently linked to the polysaccharide moiety of Formula I or electrostatically associated with the polysaccharide moiety of Formula I. The antifreeze glycolipid compounds and compositions can be u…

    Date Issued:
    2013-12-10
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    Resource Type
    Patent