Patents

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L.J. Marnett, M.J. Uddin, and B.C. Crews, “Methods and Compositions for Diagnostic and Therapeutic Targeting of COX-2,” Patent Application Filed.

L.J. Marnett, D.R. Prudhomme, and S. Timofeevski “COX-2-Targeted Imaging Agents,” Patent Application Filed.

L.J. Marnett, J.J. Prusakiewicz, A. Felts, and C. Ji “Indoleacetic Acid and Indeneacetic Acid Derivatives as Therapeutic Agents with Reduced Gastrointestinal Toxicity,” Patent Application Filed.

L.J. Marnett and K.R. Kozak "Compositions and Methods for Detecting COX-2 Activity and Anandamide Metabolites," Patent Application Filed.

L.J. Marnett and K.R. Kozak "Compositions and Methods for Detecting COX-2 Activity and 2-Arachidonylglycerol Metabolites," Patent Application Filed.

L.J. Marnett and A. Kalgutkar "Novel Esters that Are Derived from Indolealkanols and Novel Amides that Are Derived from Indolealkylamides and the Esters and the Amides are Selective COX-2 Inhibitors,". U.S. Patent # 6,306,890, Oct. 23, 2001

L.J. Marnett and A. Kalgutkar "Conversion of COX Inhibition Compounds that are not Selective for COX-2 Inhibition into Derivative Compounds that are Selective for COX-2 Inhibition,"U.S. Patent # 6,762,182, July 13, 2004.

L.J. Marnett and A. Kalgutkar "Amide Derivatives for Antiangiogenic or Antitumorigenic Use" U.S. Patent # 6,207,700, Jan 7, 1999.

L.J. Marnett and A. Kalgutkar "Selective Inhibitors of Prostaglandin Endoperoxide Synthase-2" U.S. Patent # 5,973,191, Oct. 26, 1999.

A. Kalgutkar and L.J. Marnett "Novel Compound for Inhibition of Cyclooxygenase Activity" U.S. Patent # 5,475,021, Dec. 12, 1995.

L. J. Marnett, K. V. Honn, and C. R. Johnson "Aryl Aliphatic Acids," U.S. Patent # 5,238,832, Aug. 24, 1993.

L. J. Marnett, K. V. Honn, C. R. Johnson, Y. F. Chen, and K. I. Shimoji "Cyclic Hydroxamic Acids," U.S. Patent # 5,234,933, Aug. 10, 1993.

L. J. Marnett and P. E. Weller "Method for Assay of Peroxidase Enzyme or Reducing Substrate Activity," U.S. Patent # 4,780,281, Oct. 25, 1988.