Title: Nucleic Acid Nematicides.

Number: 20050091713.

Filed: Dec. 29, 2004.

PCT Filed: Dec. 17, 2002.

Inventor: Howard Atkinson, University of Leeds.

"The invention is the identification of double-stranded RNA nematicides to nematode genes and a screening assay for the identification of agents, typically dsRNA's, with nematicidal activity," the patent application's abstract states.


Title: Methods of Inhibiting Inflammation.

Number: 20050090426.

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