LEXMARK’s NEW KENTUCKY PATENTS

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LEXMARK’s NEW KENTUCKY PATENTS

 user 2007-10-09 at 10:57:00 am Views: 107
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    Kentucky patents
    The U.S. Patent Office issues patents weekly. These patents were issued Tuesday for inventors or assignees in the Lexington area:
    Method and apparatus for feeding sheets. Inventors: Douglas Able, Shelbyville; and William Kearney III, Thomas Maddux and Kevin Schoedinger, all of Lexington. Patent 7,275,740 assigned to Lexmark International Inc., Lexington.Die attach methods and apparatus for micro-fluid ejection device. Inventors: Craig Bertelsen and Sean Weaver, both of Union, and Kin Kwan, Lexington. Patent7,275,815 assigned to Lexmark.Polynucleotide composition, method of preparation, and use thereof. Inventors: Patrick DeLuca, Lexington, and Shankar Musunuri, Downingtown, Pa. Patent 7,276,359 assigned to Wyeth, Madison, N.J.Component for an image-forming apparatus with designed thermal response. Inventors: Jichang Cao, Stephen DeFosse, Hrishikesh Gogate, Edward Kiely, Michael Maul and Ganesh Phatak, all of Lexington; and Jerry Smith, Irvine. Patent 7,276,674 assigned to Lexmark.Multiple speed modes for an electrophotographic device. Inventors: Alan Campbell, Cary Ravitz and John Richey, all of Lexington. Patent 7,277,111 assigned to Lexmark.Electrophotographic power supply configuration for supplying power to a fuser. Inventors: Mark DeMoor, Nicholasville; John Kietzman, Gregory McClure, William Menk Jr. and Lawrence Teply, all of Lexington; and Calvin Murphy, Georgetown. Patent 7,277,654 assigned to Lexmark.Sealing member for image-forming device. Inventors: James Carter II, Benjamin Newman and Matthew Rogers, all of Lexington. Patent 7,277,658 assigned to Lexmark.Computer architecture and process of patient generation, evolution, and simulation using knowledge base scripting. Inventors: Michael Hagen, Lexington, and Walton Sumner II, St. Louis, Mo. Patent 7,277,874 assigned to American Board of Family Medicine Inc., Lexington.Providing different clock frequencies for different interfaces of a device. Inventors: John Douglas, Samuel Gardiner, Jimmy Moore Jr. and Duane Norris, all of Lexington; and Darrel Henry, Versailles. Patent 7,278,047 assigned to Lexmark.Method, system and program product for managing windows in a network-based collaborative meeting. Inventor: Christopher Price, Lexington. Patent 7,278,107 assigned to International Business Machines Corp., Armonk, N.Y.