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Use in Literature EncodingNothing in this chapter requires any person engaged in the importation or manufacture of digital musical recordings to encode any such digital musical recording with respect to its copyright status.ndash;US Copyright Office in U.S.A. Copyright Law.No person shall encode a digital musical recording of a sound recording with inaccurate information relating to the category code, copyright status, or generation status of the source material for the recording.ndash;US Copyright Office in U.S.A. Copyright Law.Hebrew letters are encoded in brackets.ndash;H. Stanley Redgrove in Bygone Beliefs. Nonfiction Usage Patent Usage.alpha.2 subunit of prolyl-4-hydroxylase, nucleic acid sequences encoding such subunit and methods for producing the same: Patented by Kari I Kivirikko, Taina Pihlajaniemi, Tarja Inkeri Helaakoski, Pia Pauliina Annunen, Ritva Kaarina Nissi and Minna Kristiina Nokelainen on April 1, 1996. Abstract: The present invention relates to novel isoforms of the .alpha. subunit of prolyl-4-hydroxylase, polynucleotide sequences encoding these novel proteins, and methods for making such proteins..beta.-(1-3)-glucanosyltransferase, oligonucleotides encoding this enzyme, and molecules having effects on this enzyme: Patented by Thierry Fontaine, Robbert Hartland, Isabelle Mouyna and Jean-Paul Latge on September 2, 1997. Abstract: Protein having a .beta.-(1-3) glucanosyltransferase activity. This protein can be used for screening molecules for their antifungal activities..beta.1,3-galactosyltransferase and DNA encoding the same: Patented by Katsuhide Miyake, Masaki Watanabe and Shinji Iijima on July 9, 2001. Abstract: The present invention provides a protein having a .beta.1,3-galactosyltransferase activity derived from a microorganism; a DNA encoding the protein; a recombinant DNA containing the DNA and a vector; a transformant obtained by introducing the recombinant DNA into a host cell; a method for producing a protein having a .beta.1,3-galactosyltransferase activity using the transformant; and a method for producing a galactose-containing carbohydrate using the transformant..beta.-amyloid peptide-binding proteins and polynucleotides encoding the same: Patented by Bradley A. Ozenberger, Jonathan A. Bard, Eileen M. Kajkowski, Jack S. Jacobsen, Stephen G. Walker, Heidi Sofia and David Howland on May 9, 2001. Abstract: Novel proteins which bind human .beta.-amyloid peptide, polynucleotides which encode these proteins, and methods for producing these proteins are provided. Diagnostic, therapeutic, and screening methods employing the polynucleotides and polypeptides of the present invention are also provided. Transgenic animals and knockout animals are also provided..beta.sub.5 protein and DNA encoding the same: Patented by Martin E. Hemler and Hemavathi Ramaswamy on April 7, 1993. Abstract: In accordance with the present invention, a cDNA clone encoding a new human .beta. subunit which was designated .beta.sub.5 was found. Probes for this nucleotide sequence are described. In addition, the .beta.sub.5 protein, its associated subunit and its cell distribution were characterized. In another embodiment, this invention relates to assays for detecting this protein.beta.sub.5 subunit was found present on carcinomas, but absent from lymphoid cells. Consequently, this protein can be used to determine the presence of carcinoma.2:1 VOLTAGE MATRIX ENCODED I/O TRANSMISSION SYSTEM: Patented by Aurangzeb K. Khan and Lordson L. Yue on November 1, 1988. Abstract: Encoding and decoding circuits, utilizing high speed ECL-like logic, simultaneously transmit and receive multiple binary signals via a single I/O pin.5' Ests and Encoded Human Proteins: Patented by Jean-Baptiste Dumas Milne Edwards, Aymeric Duclert and Jean-Yves Giordano on April 9, 1999. Abstract: The sequences of 5' ESTs derived from mRNAs encoding secreted proteins are disclosed. The 5' ESTs may be to obtain cDNAs and genomic DNAs corresponding to
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