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Method and Dosage Form for Using an Antagonist to Gamma Interferon to Control MHC-Associated Autoimmune Disease

U.S. Patent No. 6,036,956 "Method and dosage form using an antagonist to gamma interferon to control MHC-associated autoimmune disease" The present invention is directed to immunotherapeutic methos for treating systemic lupus erythematos...
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Nanostructured material for high efficiency single junction solar cells

Stanford engineers have developed and tested a nanostructured thin film material that upconverts infrared to visible light and combines electrical and non-linear optical properties in the same layer. This material is fabricated with nanoparticles using a...
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