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Pharmatech, Inc. | Date: 2016-07-08

Systems, compositions, devices, and methods for treating a mammary condition in a mammal using gNO delivered from a nitric oxide releasing solution (NORS) are disclosed and described. In one embodiment, the mammary condition may be mastitis.


A cancer immunotherapy method is disclosed in which induced immune anticancer agents are isolated after being induced in an animal host by intralesional (IL) administration of a halogenated xanthene tumor-ablative compound into a solid cancerous tumor of that host animal. A sample of the induced immune anticancer agents is removed (collected) from the tumor-bearing host, banked if desired, cultured and preferentially expanded to form an immunologically-effective enriched tumor-specific immune anticancer agent composition. That composition is reintroduced in to the host from which the predecessor induced immune anticancer agents were taken, or into another immunologically suitable host in need.


Patent
Pharmatech, Inc. | Date: 2016-09-06

The present invention relates to a method of immune activation which is effective for eliciting a non-antigen-specific immune response in a member of the bovine species. The method is particularly effective for protecting a member of the bovine species from infectious disease and treating animals inflicted with infectious disease.


Methods, devices, and systems for treating a respiratory condition using gNO delivered from a nitric oxide releasing solution (NORS) are disclosed and described. In one embodiment, the respiratory condition may be bovine respiratory disease complex (BRDc).


Patent
Pharmatech, Inc. | Date: 2015-06-18

A tablet that rapidly disintegrates in the oral cavity comprising a compressed blend of rapidly dispersing microgranules prepared by granulating a sugar alcohol or a saccharide or a mixture thereof having an average particle size less than about 30 microns and a disintegrant, and a taste-masked microcapsule containing at least one drag, the microcapsule being prepared by granulating a pharmaceutically acceptable formulation comprising at least one drug in a therapeutically effective amount and at least one polymeric binder that improves resilience of the microgranules, wet milling the granulated mass, and microencapsulating the milled granules to provide microcapsules.


Patent
Pharmatech, Inc. | Date: 2015-03-11

Orally administered corticosteroid compositions and methods for treating a condition associated with inflammation of the gastrointestinal tract in an individual, comprising administering to an individual said orally administered corticosteroid composition are disclosed.


This invention relates to an oral stabilized modified release pharmaceutical dosage form containing L-methylfolate calcium, which is primarily absorbed from proximal small intestine via a saturable human proton-coupled folate transporter (h-PCFT) mediated transport intended as monotherapy for the treatment of patients with MDDs and/or diagnosed with dysthymia, schizophrenia, or degenerative dementia of the Alzheimer type.


Patent
Pharmatech, Inc. | Date: 2015-08-18

Systems, compositions, devices, and methods for treating a mammary condition in a mammal using gNO delivered from a nitric oxide releasing solution (NORS) are disclosed and described. In one embodiment, the mammary condition may be mastitis.


Disclosed are sensitive methods for detecting a target substance in low concentrations. The method can include immobilizing a target substance to a solid phase; incubating the immobilized target substance with a reporter enzyme detection probe in solution under conditions for forming target: enzyme detection probe complexes; washing the solid phase to remove any unbound reporter enzyme detection probe; incubating the target: enzyme detection probe complex with a reporter enzyme detection probe substrate in substrate reaction solution to generate one or more ionizable products; and detecting one or more of the one or more ionizable products using mass spectrometry (MS).


An animal intranasal administration device, and associated systems and methods, are disclosed. The animal intranasal administration device can include a nasal passage nozzle for each nostril configured to receive fluid from a fluid source. The animal intranasal administration device can also include a biasing mechanism to bias the nozzles toward a septum such that the device is secured in place about the septum during administration of the fluid into nasal passages.

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