Anti-regurgitation infant formula

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The Bristol-Myers Squibb Company patent solves the following problem:

Starch is composed of two distinct polymer fractions: amylose and amylopectin. Amylose is the linear particle containing -1.4 linked glucose units. Amylopectin has the same structure as amylose but some of the glucose units combined with a -1.6 relationship giving rise to a branched structure. Flour generally contain 17-24% amylose and from 76-83% amylopectin.

Our analysis of this patent is as follows:

Bristol-Myers Squibb Company’s patent US 6099871 A deals with Anti-regurgitation infant formula.
Infant formulas containing certain thickening agents useful for the treatment of regurgitation. The thickening agent may waxy maize starch, waxy rice starch, or a mixture thereof.

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Sequential separation of whey

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The Sepragen Corporation patent solves the following problem:

The dairy industry represents a major source of income for many people throughout the world, and the dairy products represents an important source of nutrition for a majority of men and non-human the population of animals in the world in the form of milk, cheese, yogurt, and other products. In 1994, the US dairy (eggs) industry contributes approximately $ 717,000,000 to US exports. The import figures for these same commodities are $ 583,000,000 (R. Famighetti (ed.), World Almanac and Book of Facts, 1996 Funk & Wagnalls, Mahway, NJ, [1995], p. 207 ).

Our analysis of this patent is as follows:

Sepragen Corporation’s patent US 6096870 A deals with Sequential separation of whey.
The present invention is related to the separation of whey protein, particularly the continuous separation of whey protein to other pieces by using chromatography. The present invention further provides methods and compositions for the sequential separation of whey protein, as well as their use in various products. The present invention also provides methods and compositions for cleaning the chromatography resins that are used in the separation of whey protein.

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