Patents

Dordick Lab Patent List

40. X. Qian, J.E. Gagner, J.S. Dordick, and R.W. Siegel (2016), “Internalization of Proteins into Hollowed Gold Nanostructures,” U.S. Patent 9,562,225.
39. J.S. Dordick, R.S. Kane, P. Asuri, S.S. Karajanagi, A.A. Vertegel, and R.W. Siegel (2016), “Enhanced Stability of Proteins Immobilized on Nanoparticles,” U.S. Patent 9,360,475.
38. M. Miyauchi, J. Miao, T.J. Simmons, J.W. Lee, T.V. Doherty, J.S. Dordick, and R.J. Linhardt (2015), “Cellulose Sheathed Nanotube Fiber,” U.S. Patent 9,061,904.
37. S.A. Stanley, J.M. Friedman, J.S. Dordick, and J. Sauer (2014), “Compositions and Methods to Modulate Cell Activity”, U.S. Patent Application 201462053602 (Active).
36. Z. Wang, R.J. Linhardt, J.S. Dordick, and U. Bhaskar (2014), “K5 Heparosan Fermentation and Purification”, U.S. Patent 8,883,452.
35. R.J. Linhardt, J.S. Dordick, T.J. Simmons, M. Miyauchi, and S.H. Lee (2014), “Synthetic Wood Composite”, U.S. Patent 8,772,406.
34. M.Y. Lee, A.K. Ramasubramanian, D.S. Clark, and J.S. Dordick (2012), “Three-Dimensional Cellular Array Chip and Platform for Toxicology Assays, Canadian Patent 2,628,219; Japanese Patent 4,959,710.
33. K. Rege, S. Hu, J.S. Dordick, and S.M. Cramer (2008), “Aminoglycoside-Polyamine Displacers and Methods of Use in Displacement Chromatography”, U.S. Patent 7,439,343.
32. J.S. Dordick and D.S. Clark (2010), “Biocatalytic Sol-Gel Microarrays”, U.S. Patent 7,846,747; Canadian Patent 2,466,172; Japanese Patent 4,365,216.
31. J.S. Dordick, A. Srinivasan, J. Kim, D. Sherman, and D.S. Clark (2008), “In vitro Metabolic Engineering on Microscale Devices”, U.S. Patent 7,427,497.
30. J.S. Dordick, M.-Y. Lee, A. Srinivasan, and B. Ku (2007), “Enzyme Immobilization for Electroosmotic Flow”, U.S. Patent 7,172,682.
29. J.S. Dordick, L. Santhanam, M. Hogg, and J.A. Holland (2007), “Solid-Phase Array-Based Biocatalytic Transformations “, U.S. Patent 7,202,030.
28. J.S. Dordick and D.S. Clark (2007), “Biocatalytic Sol-Gel Microarrays”, U.S. Patent 7,267,958.
27. S.M. Cramer, K. Rege, and J.S. Dordick (2005), “High-throughput screening of potential displacer molecules”, U.S. Patent 6,881,540.
26. M. A. Markowitz, P. E. Schoen, B. P. Gaber, B. R. Ratna, P. R. Kust, D. C. Turner, D. S. Clark, and J. S. Dordick (2003), “Molecularly-Imprinted Material Made by Template-Directed Synthesis”, U. S. Patent 6,660,780.
25. M. A. Markowitz, P. E. Schoen, B. P. Gaber, B. R. Ratna, P. R. Kust, D. C. Turner, D. S. Clark, and J. S. Dordick (2004), “Molecularly-Imprinted Material Made by Template-Directed Synthesis”, U. S. Patent 6,713,416.
24. M. A. Markowitz, P. E. Schoen, B. P. Gaber, B. R. Ratna, P. R. Kust, D. C. Turner, D. S. Clark, and J. S. Dordick (2003), “Molecularly-Imprinted Material Made by Template-Directed Synthesis”, U. S. Patent 6,660,780.
23. M. A. Markowitz, P. E. Schoen, B. P. Gaber, B. R. Ratna, P. R. Kust, D. C. Turner, D. S. Clark, and J. S. Dordick (2003), “Molecularly-Imprinted Material Made by Template-Directed Synthesis”, U. S. Patent 6,583,191.
22. J. S. Dordick, J. Kim, and X. Wu (2002), "Sensing Array and Sensor Structure", U. S. Patent 6,406,668.
21. Y.L. Khmelnitsky, C.L. Budde, J.M. Arnold, J.O. Rich, S.S. Chen, A.Y. Usyatinsky, D.S. Clark, and J.S. Dordick (2001), “Two-step enzymatic acylation”, U.S. Patent 6,261,813.
20. M. A. Markowitz, P. E. Schoen, B. P. Gaber, B. R. Ratna, P. R. Kust, D. C. Turner, D. S. Clark, and J. S. Dordick (2001), “Molecularly-Imprinted Material Made by Template-Directed Synthesis”, U. S. Patent 6,310,110.
19. J.S. Dordick, P. Wang, M.V. Sergeeva, and S.J. Novick (2001), “Polymer-protein composites and methods for their purification and use”, U.S. Patent 6,291,582.
18. J.S. Dordick, D.S. Clark, P.C. Michels, and Yu.L. Khmelnitsky (2002), “Taxol derivatives”, U.S. Patent 6,465,625.
17. J.A. Akkara, D.L. Kaplan, F.F. Bruno, and J.S. Dordick (2001), “Transesterification of Insoluble Polysaccharides”, U.S. Patent 6,228,997.
16. J.S. Dordick, V. M. Paradkar, and M.V. Sergeeva (2001), “Enzyme catalysis in organic solutions containing water”, U.S. Patent 6,171,813.
15. J.S. Dordick, D.S. Clark, P.C. Michels, and Y.L. Khmelnitsky (2000), “Biocatalytic methods for synthesizing and identifying biologically active compounds”, U.S. Patent 6,136,961.
14. J.A. Akkara, D.L. Kaplan, F.F. Bruno, and J.S. Dordick (2000), “Transesterification of Insoluble Polysaccharides”, U. S. Patent 6,063,916.
13. J. S. Dordick, P. Wang, M. V. Sergeeva, and S. J. Novick (1999). “Biocatalytic Plastics”, U. S. Patent 5,914,367.
12. J. S. Dordick, D. G. Rethwisch, and D. R. Patil (1998), "Sugar-Based Polymers", Canadian Patent 2,088,366.
11. J. S. Dordick, R. J. Linhardt, and B. D. Martin (1998).  "Sugar-Based Hydrogels", U.S. Patent 5,854,030.
10. J. S. Dordick and V. M. Paradkar (1998). "Enzyme-Surfactant Ion-Pair Complex Catalyzed Reactions in Organic Solvents ", U. S. Patent 5,719,039.
9. J. S. Dordick, D. G. Rethwisch, and D. R. Patil (1997), “Sugar-Based Polymers”, U. S. Patent 5,618,933.
8. J. S. Dordick. B.D. Martin, and R.J. Linhardt (1995).  "Method of Making Poly(Sugar Acrylates) Using Hydrolytic Enzymes", U. S. Patent 5,474,915.
7. J. S. Dordick, Y. L. Khmelnitsky, and D. S. Clark (1995). "Reacting an Enzyme in a Non-Aqueous Solvent by Adding a Lyophilizate of Enzyme and Salt to the Solvent", U. S. Patent 5,449,613.
6. J. S. Dordick, A. J. Hacking, and R.A. Khan (1993). “Sucrose 6,4'-Dicarboxylic Esters”, U. S. Patent 5,270,460.
5. J. S. Dordick, D. G. Rethwisch, and D. R. Patil (1993). "Sugar-Based Polymers", U. S. Patent 5,270,421.
4. S. Bornemann, J.M. Cassells, C.L. Combes, J.S. Dordick, and A.J. Hacking (1992).  "Preparation of Acylated Sucrose Derivatives", U.S. Patent 5,141,860.
3. J.S. Dordick, A.J. Hacking, and R.A. Khan (1992). "Selective Acylation of Sugars", U.S. Patent 5,128,248; Great Britain Patent 2,224,733; Japanese Patent 2,758,941.
2. E.B. Rathbone, K.S. Mufti, R.A. Khan, P.S.J. Cheetham, A.J. Hacking, and J.S. Dordick (l989). "Tetrachlororaffinose and its Use in the Preparation of Sucralose", U.S. Patent 4,826,962; Great Britain Patent 2,181,734; Canadian Patent 1,282,728.
1. A. M. Klibanov and J. S. Dordick (1989). "Enzymatic Temperature Change Indicator", U.S. Patent 4,826,762.