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The application relates to macrocyclic compounds and related polymers, as well as to processes for synthesizing them, e.g., using olefins as starting material.


Patent
P2 Science | Date: 2015-02-18

The invention relates to substituted delta-lactones as well as to processes for synthesizing them, e.g., using fatty acids as starting material.


The invention relates to terpene-derived compounds, such as acids, esters thereof, produced by ozonolysis of terpenes, and to alcohols, amides, nitriles derived therefrom, as well as to processes for synthesizing them. Specifically, 2,3,7-trimethyloct-6-en-2-ol, 2,3,7-trimethyloct-7-en-2-ol, or a mixture thereof, produced by Grignard reaction of a terpene derived carboxylate with methyl magnesium bromide is disclosed.


Patent
P2 Science | Date: 2016-12-28

The invention relates to substituted delta-lactones as well as to processes for synthesizing them, e.g., using fatty acids as starting material.


The present invention relates to methods for safe and efficient use of hydrogen and oxygen in ozonolysis operations. The invention also relates to an ozonolysis process involving elements of both reductive and oxidative ozonolysis which are integrated in a continuous process. In one embodiment, the ozonolysis process of the present invention uses hydrogen and/or oxygen generated from water and electricity, which may be recycled to generate water and/or electricity.


The invention relates to terpene-derived acids and esters thereof as well as to processes for synthesizing them.


The present invention relates to methods for safe and efficient use of hydrogen and oxygen in ozonolysis operations. The invention also relates to an ozonolysis process involving elements of both reductive and oxidative ozonolysis which are integrated in a continuous process. In one embodiment, the ozonolysis process of the present invention uses hydrogen and/or oxygen generated from water and electricity, which may be recycled to generate water and/or electricity.


Patent
P2 Science | Date: 2013-03-13

The invention relates to Guerbet alcohol precursors and Guerbet alcohols, as well as to processes for synthesizing them.


The present invention relates to methods for determining whether blood flow is restricted in a blood vessel of an individual suspected of compromised blood flow in the vessel, the method comprising the steps of delivering UTP, a derivative thereof, or a salt thereof to the vessel, assessing blood flow quantitatively in the vessel by obtaining a value that correlates to blood flow in said vessel, comparing the obtained value with a reference value, and determining whether the individual has compromised blood flow based on the results of the comparison. The invention also provides for methods of diagnosing atherosclerotic and ischemic heart diseases using UTP, a derivative thereof, or a salt thereof, as well as methods for inducing maximal hyperemia for diagnostic purposes.


News Article | April 6, 2014
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P2 Science Inc., a New Haven, Conn.-based specialty chemical company, raised $1m in funding. Backers included Connecticut Innovations (CI), which made a $500k investment through its Eli Whitney Equity Fund, and Elm Street Ventures. The company intends to use the funds for additional partner and customer commitments. Led by Neil Burns, chief executive officer, P2 Science produces consumer and industrial product ingredients from soy, canola, palm and other oils, as well as wood, grass and other plant-based feedstocks. In addition to new proprietary ingredients, the company’s products will include vegetable-based equivalents of chemical ingredients previously only available from petrochemical sources. It has begun manufacturing product ingredients using a pilot reactor installed at its lab in Science Park.

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