Patents by Inventor John H. Baker

John H. Baker has filed for patents to protect the following inventions. This listing includes patent applications that are pending as well as patents that have already been granted by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).

  • Patent number: 11331367
    Abstract: Described herein are compounds, formulations, and methods for blocking sporozoite invasion and subsequent liver-stage parasite development of a protozoan parasite, such as Plasmodium falciparum.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: December 23, 2019
    Date of Patent: May 17, 2022
    Assignee: UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA
    Inventors: Bill J. Baker, Nerida G. Wilson, John H. Adams, Matthew A. Knestrick, Alison Elizabeth Roth
  • Publication number: 20090064612
    Abstract: A construction panel system formed of a first, substrate panel with a perimeter rim, a number of second panels, and attachments for attaching the number of second panels and the first, substrate panel in a spaced apart orientation to form a construction panel. The perimeter rim on the first, substrate panel is used to attach a number of construction panels to each other and to other structures.
    Type: Application
    Filed: September 12, 2007
    Publication date: March 12, 2009
    Inventors: Peter M. Carlson, Michael W. Ishler, John H. Baker
  • Patent number: 4980231
    Abstract: Processes for treating polymeric surfaces to produce smooth, durable, slippery coatings which are able to withstand the rigors of sterilization and, long term exposure to human blood and other bodily fluids without substantial loss of their slipperiness. An article or device suitable as a wound drainage device coated in accordance with the process described is also disclosed.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: February 13, 1989
    Date of Patent: December 25, 1990
    Assignee: Snyder Laboratories, Inc.
    Inventors: John H. Baker, Kim R. Harmon
  • Patent number: 4943460
    Abstract: Processes for treating polymeric surfaces to produce smooth, durable, slippery coatings which are able to withstand the rigors of sterilization and, long term exposure to human blood and other bodily fluids without substantial loss of their slipperiness.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: February 13, 1989
    Date of Patent: July 24, 1990
    Assignee: Snyder Laboratories, Inc.
    Inventors: Richard A. Markle, Phyllis L. Brusky, John H. Baker
  • Patent number: 4274527
    Abstract: Apparatus and method for uniformly spreading a flowing stream of dry solids, which may include solid particles and lumps of varying sizes, with minimal segregation, which utilizes an adjustable dam having a curved crest for forming in the flowing stream a mass of solids in the shape of a segment of a cone, over the surface of which the stream is spread from a relatively narrow stream at the apex of the cone to a relatively wide stream at the base of the cone, and including a mechanism for adjusting the dam to vary the degree of transverse arc curvature of the spreading surface. As an alternative, the spreading surface may be formed by a series of elongated, adjustable bars.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: September 27, 1977
    Date of Patent: June 23, 1981
    Inventor: John H. Baker
  • Patent number: 4207367
    Abstract: A nonwoven, self-sustaining, absorbent fabric comprising a sheet of randomly arranged, intermingled cellulosic fibers has a plurality of high loft, loosely compacted regions separated from each other by highly compressed regions. An adhesive material penetrates through the compressed regions to form bonded fiber networks extending completely through the sheet, and said adhesive material only partially penetrates through said high loft regions whereby the fibers in the interiors of said high loft regions are unbonded by said adhesive so that said regions are highly absorbent. A method for manufacturing the above-described nonwoven fabric by moistening opposed surfaces of a loosely compacted, randomly oriented cellulosic fiber sheet, embossing said moistened sheet for providing a pattern in said surfaces, applying an adhesive to the patterned surfaces of the sheet and setting said adhesive.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: July 31, 1978
    Date of Patent: June 10, 1980
    Assignee: Scott Paper Company
    Inventor: John H. Baker, Jr.
  • Patent number: 4134948
    Abstract: A nonwoven, self-sustaining, absorbent fabric comprising a batt of randomly arranged, intermingled cellulosic fibers has a plurality of high loft, loosely compacted regions separated from each other by highly compressed regions. An adhesive material penetrates through the compressed regions to form bonded fiber networks extending completely through the batt, and said adhesive material only partially penetrates through said high loft regions whereby the fibers in the interiors of said high loft regions are unbonded by said adhesive so that said regions are highly absorbent. A method of manufacturing the above-described nonwoven fabric by moistening opposed surfaces of a loosely compacted, randomly oriented cellulosic fiber batt, embossing said moistened batt for providing a pattern in said surfaces, applying an adhesive to the patterned surfaces of the batt and setting said adhesive.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: April 16, 1975
    Date of Patent: January 16, 1979
    Assignee: Scott Paper Company
    Inventor: John H. Baker, Jr.
  • Patent number: D522752
    Type: Grant
    Filed: December 17, 2004
    Date of Patent: June 13, 2006
    Assignee: Tanktote, Inc.
    Inventors: Edwin B. Brown, Sr., Jeffrey R. Hattem, Sr., John H. Baker
  • Patent number: D370727
    Type: Grant
    Filed: February 28, 1995
    Date of Patent: June 11, 1996
    Assignee: Zimmer, Inc.
    Inventors: Robert W. Atkinson, John H. Baker, Jeffrey B. Boggs, Christopher A. Finn, Kim R. Harmon, Scott B. Miller, J. Eric Swartz