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Particle analysis assay for biomolecular quantification, patent No. 8,034,555, invented by Tore Straume of Salt Lake City, and Gang Liu of Salt Lake City, assigned to University of Utah Research Foundation of Salt Lake City.

Obesity gene and use thereof, patent No. 8,034,564, invented by Donna M. Shattuck of Salt Lake City, Steven Stone of Sandy, Deanna L. Russell of Salt Lake City, Victor Abkevich of Salt Lake City, and Steven Hunt of Salt Lake City, assigned to University of Utah Research Foundation of Salt Lake City.

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Power device with trenches having wider upper portion than lower portion, patent No. 8,034,682, invented by Robert Herrick of Lehi, Becky Losee of Cedar Hills, and Dean Probst of West Jordan, assigned to Fairchild Semiconductor Corporation of South Portland, Maine.

Systems and methods for communicating video data between a mobile imaging system and a fixed monitor system, patent No. 8,035,685, invented by Vernon Thomas Jensen of Draper, assigned to General Electric Company of Schenectady, N.Y.

Waveform design hopping system and method, patent No. 8,036,255, invented by Johnny M. Harris of Centerville, Thomas R. Giallorenzi of Riverton, Randal R. Sylvester of West Valley, Richard Galindez of Draper, Kevin L. Hyer of North Salt Lake, Larry S. Thomson of Bountiful, and Samuel C. Kingston of Salt Lake City, assigned to L-3 Communications, Corp. of New York, N.Y.

Stationary X-ray target and methods for manufacturing same, patent No. 8,036,341, invented by David S. K. Lee of Salt Lake City, assigned to Varian Medical Systems, Inc. of Palo Alto, Calif.

Method for predicting the formation of silicon nanocrystals in embedded oxide matrices, patent No. 8,036,864, invented by Gyeong S. Hwang of Austin, Texas, and Decai Yu of Cottonwood Heights, assigned to The Board of Regents, The University of Texas System of Austin, Texas.

System and method for making an inference based on cumulative data, patent No. 8,036,946, invented by Robert Lee Angell of Salt Lake City, Vinod A. Bijlani of Pune, Ind., Jack Chen of YongHe, Taiwan, Robert R. Friedlander of Southbury, Conn., James R. Kraemer of Santa Fe, N.M., and Le Gang Wu of Shanghai, China, assigned to International Business Machines Corporation of Armonk, N.Y.

Pattern index, patent No. 8,037,075, invented by Ronald P. Millett of Orem, assigned to Perfect Search Corporation of Provo.

Techniques for file system searching, patent No. 8,037,113, invented by Jitender Bisht of Bangalore, Ind., assigned to Novell, Inc. of Provo.

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Method and system to compensate for inaccuracy associated with processing values with finite precision, patent No. 8,037,115, invented by Michael Amore Scalora of Orem, Walter Holladay of Lindon, and Yulin Dong of Provo, assigned to Intuit Inc. of Mountain View, Calif.

System and method for providing dynamic provisioning within a compute environment, patent No. 8,037,475, invented by David Brian Jackson of Spanish Fork, assigned to Adaptive Computing Enterprises, Inc. of Provo.

Shield stone, patent No. D646,602, invented by Benjamin Siebenberg of New York, N.Y., and David South of Logan.

Everett Robinson, who is an attorney registered with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, compiles this list weekly for The Salt Lake Tribune. Robinson can be reached at 801-649-5858.

For more patents, see the Money page at sltrib.com, go to Sections on left-hand side and click Patents.

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