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Methods for cleaning luer connectors, patent No. 8,197,749, invented by Michael W. Howlett of Salt Lake City, and James V. Mercer of West Jordan, assigned to The University of Utah Research Foundation of Salt Lake City.

Compositions that include a hydrophobic compound and a polyamino acid conjugate, patent No. 8,197,828, invented by Sang Van of San Diego, Calif., Yucheng Song of Salt Lake City, Xinghe Wang of San Diego, Calif., Zheng Hou of San Diego, Calif., Zhongling Feng of San Diego, Calif., Gang Zhao of Vista, Calif., and Lei Yu of Carlsbad, Calif., assigned to Nitto Denko Corporation of Osaka, Japan.

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Active electrode for transdermal medicament administration, patent No. 8,197,844, invented by Jamal S. Yanaki of Salt Lake City, assigned to Activatek, Inc. of Salt Lake City.

High aspect ratio trench structures with void-free fill material, patent No. 8,198,196, invented by James J. Murphy of South Jordan, Hui Chen of South Jordan, and Eileen Valdez of South Jordan, assigned to Fairchild Semiconductor Corporation of South Portland, Maine.

Polymer-modified asphalt with a crosslinking agent and methods of preparing, patent No. 8,198,350, invented by Darrell C. Fee of Chesterfield, Mo., Rene Maldonado of Brentwood, Mo., and Enrique E. Romagosa of Holladay, assigned to ICL Performance Products, LP of St. Louis, Mo.

Downhole removable cage with circumferentially disposed instruments, patent No. 8,198,898, invented by David R. Hall of Provo, Paula Turner of Pleasant Grove, and Katie George of Provo, assigned to Schlumberger Technology Corporation of Houston, Texas.

Nickel nanostrand ESD/conductive coating or composite, patent No. 8,199,045, invented by Steven R. Rodgers of South Jordan, Randall W. Nish of Provo, and Jason Jon Vogel of Sandy, assigned to Exelis Inc. of McLean, Va.

Hot swappable computer card carrier, patent No. 8,199,511, invented by Daehwan Kim of Sunnyvale, Calif., and Kiron Malwankar of Saratoga, Calif., assigned to Fusion-io, Inc. of Salt Lake City.

Polymorphic codec system and method, patent No. 8,199,810, invented by Danny L. Mabey of Farmington, Jodie L. Reynolds of Folsom, Calif., Lawrence S. Reznick of Sacramento, Calif., John E. Wilkinson of Carmichael, Calif., and Jack A. Prock of Folsom, Calif., assigned to Interact Devices, Inc. of Folsom, Calif.

Integrated collimator, patent No. 8,199,882, invented by Keith Decker of Pleasant Grove, assigned to Moxtek, Inc. of Orem.

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Conferencing system implementing echo cancellation and push-to-talk microphone detection using two-stage frequency filter, patent No. 8,199,927, invented by Emmet Raftery of London, Calif., assigned to ClearOne Communications, Inc. of Salt Lake City.

Mapping of literature onto regions of interest on neurological images, patent No. 8,199,982, invented by Joanna Lynn Fueyo of Brighton, Mass., Robert Lee Angell of Salt Lake City, Robert R. Friedlander of Southbury, Conn., and James R. Kraemer of Santa Fe, N.M., assigned to International Business Machines Corporation of Armonk, N.Y.

Heterogeneous earth models for a reservoir field, patent No. 8,200,465, invented by Roberto Suarez-Rivera of Salt Lake City, David Handwerger of Salt Lake City, Timothy Sodergren of Murray, and Yi-Kun Yang of Salt Lake City, assigned to TerraTek Inc. of Salt Lake City.

Method for prioritizing and presenting recommendations regarding organization’s customer care capabilities, patent No. 8,200,527, invented by Cameron Thompson of Lafayette, Colo., Ryan Pellet of Denver, Colo., and Devi Jaspal of Denver, Colo., assigned to Convergys CMG Utah, Inc. of Salt Lake City.

System and method for supporting the utilization of machine learning, patent No. 8,200,610, invented by Robert D. Birch of Orlando, Fla., Brian D. Craig of Oviedo, Fla., Scott A. Irwin of Winter Springs, Fla., and Stephen D. Weagraff of Winter Park, Fla., assigned to Convergys CMG Utah, Inc. of Salt Lake City.

Block-based sparse backup images of file system volumes, patent No. 8,200,637, invented by Russell R. Stringham of Orem, assigned to Symantec Operating Corporation of Mountain View, Calif.

Apparatus, system, and method for facilitating data flow between a first application programming interface and a second application programming interface, patent No. 8,200,742, invented by Robert Kocyan of Malvern, Pa., and Richard Marko of Salt Lake City.

Optimized multi-component co-allocation scheduling with advanced reservations for data transfers and distributed jobs, patent No. 8,200,824, invented by David Brian Jackson of Spanish Fork, assigned to Adaptive Computing Enterprises, Inc. of Provo.

Systems and methods for storing and accessing data stored in a data array, patent No. 8,200,920, invented by Joshua David Dinerstein of West Valley City, John A. Aurich of South Jordan, and Kenneth Victor Steiner of Sandy, assigned to Blue Coat Systems, Inc. of Sunnyvale, Calif.

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