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Substituted imidazole derivatives, patent No. 8,318,791, invented by Weibo Wang of Moraga, Calif., Paul A. Barsanti of Pleasant Hill, Calif., Yia Xia of Palo Alto, Calif., Rustum Boyce of Singapore, Sabina Pecchi of Oakland, Calif., Nathan Brammeier of Walnut Creek, Calif., Megan C. Phillips of Walnut Creek, Calif., Kris Mendenhall of Concord, Calif., Kelly Wayman of San Rafael, Calif., Liana Marie Lagniton of Berkeley, Calif., Ryan Constantine of Salt Lake City, Hong Yang of Pleasant Hill, Calif., Elizabeth Mieuli of Oakland, Calif., Savithri Ramurthy of Walnut Creek, Calif., Elisa Jazan of Richmond, Calif., Anu Sharma of El Cerrito, Calif., Rama Jain of Fremont, Calif., Sharadha Subramanian of San Ramon, Calif., Paul A. Renhowe of Danville, Calif., Kenneth W. Bair of Oakland, Calif., David Duhl of Oakland, Calif., Annette Walter of Mill Valley, Calif., Tinya Abrams of Richmond, Calif., Kay Huh of San Mateo, Calif., Eric Martin of El Cerrito, Calif., Mark Knapp of Oakland, Calif., and Vincent P. Le of San Francisco, Calif., assigned to Novartis Vaccines and Diagnostics Inc. of Emeryville, Calif.

Trench MOS barrier schottky rectifier with a planar surface using CMP techniques, patent No. 8,319,290, invented by Thomas E. Grebs of South Jordan, assigned to Fairchild Semiconductor Corp. of South Portland, Maine.

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Pipeline inspection tool with double spiral EMAT sensor array, patent No. 8,319,494, invented by James Simek of Sandy, Jed Ludlow of Bountiful, John H. Flora of Lynchburg, Va., Syed M. Ali of Lynchburg, Va., and Huidong Gao of Forest, Va., assigned to TDW Delaware Inc. of Wilmington, Del.

Index-Based Zero-Bandwidth Clears, patent No. 8,319,783, invented by David Kirk McAllister of Holladay, Steven E. Molnar of Chapel Hill, N.C., Peter B. Holmqvist of Cary, N.C., Jerome F. Duluk, Jr. of Palo Alto, Calif., Cass W. Everitt of Heath, Texas, Emmett M. Kilgariff of San Jose, Calif., Patrick R. Brown of Raleigh, N.C., and Christian Johannes Amsinck of Durham, N.C., assigned to NVIDIA Corporation of Santa Clara, Calif.

Method and device for spectrally detecting presence of blood, patent No. 8,319,953, invented by David Miller of Morgan, assigned to Spectra Tracker LLC of Layton.

User interface with available multimedia content from multiple multimedia websites, patent No. 8,321,401, invented by John Edwards of Orem, Nathan Edwards of Orem, and David Brueck of Saratoga Springs, assigned to EchoStar Advanced Technologies L.L.C. of Englewood, Colo.

Quick access to hierarchical data via an ordered flat file, patent No. 8,321,408, invented by Mark L. Rawlins of Orem, Larry B. Nash of Provo, Joel J. Wilson of Spanish Fork, Alan D. Reed of Auburn, Ala., Devry M. Anderson of Pleasant Grove, and Daniel M. Floyd of West Jordon, assigned to Infotrax Systems of Orem.

Iterative and interactive context based searching, patent No. 8,321,431, invented by William M. Quick of West Bountiful, Darren Leroy Wesemann of North Salt Lake, and Brent C. Maxwell of West Valley, assigned to Frogzog LLC of Centerville.

Method for establishing a secure ad hoc wireless LAN, patent No. 8,321,676, invented by Brant D. Thomsen of Sandy, Brent R. Beachem of Riverton, and Thomas M. Wheeler of Bountiful, assigned to Hewlett-Packard Development Co. L.P. of Houston, Texas.

Method and system for synthesizing relative timing constraints on an integrated circuit design to facilitate timing verification, patent No. 8,321,825, invented by Kenneth S. Stevens of Brighton, and Yang Xu of Salt Lake City, assigned to University of Utah of Salt Lake City.


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Compact syntax for data scripting language, patent No. 8,321,833, invented by David E. Langworthy of Kirkland, Wash., Bradford H. Lovering of Seattle, Wash., Donald F. Box of Yarrow Point, Wash., Giovanni M. Della-Libera of Seattle, Wash., Jeffrey S. Pinkston of Draper, Jeffrey C. Schlimmer of Bellevue, Wash., John D. Doty of Seattle, Wash., and John L. Hamby of Seattle, Wash., assigned to Microsoft Corp. of Redmond, Wash.

Automated generation of application data for application distribution, patent No. 8,321,857, invented by Arthur Prosso of Tallinn, Estonia, and Andrew Bosch of Lindon, assigned to Symantec Corp. of Cupertino, Calif.

System and method of using transaction IDS for managing reservations of compute resources within a compute environment, patent No. 8,321,871, invented by David Brian Jackson of Spanish Fork, assigned to Adaptive Computing Enterprises Inc. of Provo.

System and method for malicious software detection in multiple protocols, patent No. 8,321,936, invented by David E. Green of Pleasant Grove, Richard Payne of Santaquin, and William Kilmer of South Jordan, assigned to M86 Security Inc. of Irvine, Calif.

Keyboard for portable electronic device, patent No. D671,541, invented by David P. Gengler of Draper, assigned to Zagg Intellectual Property Holding Co., Inc. of Salt Lake City.

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Everett Robinson, an attorney registered with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, compiles this list weekly for The Salt Lake Tribune. Mr. Robinson can be reached at 801-649-5858. For more patents, see the Money page at sltrib.com, go to Sections on the left-hand side and click Patents.



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