Patents by Inventor Nathaniel Park

Nathaniel Park 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).

  • Publication number: 20200250546
    Abstract: Methods and systems for encoding digital information in nucleic acid (e.g., deoxyribonucleic acid) molecules without base-by-base synthesis, by encoding bit-value information in the presence or absence of unique nucleic acid sequences within a pool, comprising specifying each bit location in a bit-stream with a unique nucleic sequence and specifying the bit value at that location by the presence or absence of the corresponding unique nucleic acid sequence in the pool. But, more generally, specifying unique bytes in a bytestream by unique subsets of nucleic acid sequences. Also disclosed are methods for generating unique nucleic acid sequences without base-by-base synthesis using combinatorial genomic strategies (e.g., assembly of multiple nucleic acid sequences or enzymatic-based editing of nucleic acid sequences).
    Type: Application
    Filed: April 13, 2020
    Publication date: August 6, 2020
    Inventors: Nathaniel Roquet, Hyunjun Park, Swapnil P. Bhatia
  • Publication number: 20200230292
    Abstract: The present disclosure provides tissue products produced from extracellular tissue matrices. The tissue products can include acellular extracellular matrices including combinations of different tissue types. The combination can harness various properties of the different tissues to provide improved composite structures with desired mechanical and/or biologic properties.
    Type: Application
    Filed: April 2, 2020
    Publication date: July 23, 2020
    Inventors: Sangwook Park, Hui Xu, Aaron Barere, Israel James Jessop, Mrinal Shah, Nathaniel Bachrach
  • Publication number: 20200193301
    Abstract: The present disclosure provides systems and methods for storing digital information into nucleic acid molecules in various ways. Digital information may be received as a sting of symbols, wherein each symbol in the string of symbols has a symbol value and a symbol position within the string of symbols. A first identifier nucleic acid molecule may be formed by depositing M selected component nucleic acid molecules into a compartment, the M selected component nucleic acid molecules being selected from a set of distinct component nucleic acid molecules that are separated into M different layers, and physically assembling the M selected component nucleic acid molecules. A plurality of identifier nucleic acid molecules may be formed, each corresponding to a respective symbol position. The identifier nucleic acid molecules may be formed in a pool having powder, liquid, or solid form.
    Type: Application
    Filed: May 16, 2019
    Publication date: June 18, 2020
    Inventors: Nathaniel Roquet, Hyunjun Park, Swapnil P. Bhatia, Devin Leake
  • Publication number: 20200185057
    Abstract: The systems, devices, and methods described herein provide scalable methods for writing data to and reading data from nucleic acid molecules. The present disclosure covers four primary areas of interest: (1) accurately and quickly reading information stored in nucleic acid molecules, (2) partitioning data to efficiently encode data in nucleic acid molecules, (3) error protection and correction when encoding data in nucleic acid molecules, and (4) data structures to provide efficient access to information stored in nucleic acid molecules.
    Type: Application
    Filed: August 5, 2019
    Publication date: June 11, 2020
    Inventors: Devin Leake, Swapnil P. Bhatia, Hyunjun Park, Nathaniel Roquet, Graeme Doran
  • Patent number: 10650312
    Abstract: Methods and systems for encoding digital information in nucleic acid (e.g., deoxyribonucleic acid) molecules without base-by-base synthesis, by encoding bit-value information in the presence or absence of unique nucleic acid sequences within a pool, comprising specifying each bit location in a bit-stream with a unique nucleic sequence and specifying the bit value at that location by the presence or absence of the corresponding unique nucleic acid sequence in the pool But, more generally, specifying unique bytes in a bytestream by unique subsets of nucleic acid sequences. Also disclosed are methods for generating unique nucleic acid sequences without base-by-base synthesis using combinatorial genomic strategies (e.g., assembly of multiple nucleic acid sequences or enzymatic-based editing of nucleic acid sequences).
    Type: Grant
    Filed: December 21, 2017
    Date of Patent: May 12, 2020
    Assignee: CATALOG TECHNOLOGIES, INC.
    Inventors: Nathaniel Roquet, Hyunjun Park, Swapnil P. Bhatia
  • Patent number: 10639398
    Abstract: The present disclosure provides tissue products produced from extracellular tissue matrices. The tissue products can include acellular extracellular matrices including combinations of different tissue types. The combination can harness various properties of the different tissues to provide improved composite structures with desired mechanical and/or biologic properties.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: June 30, 2017
    Date of Patent: May 5, 2020
    Assignee: LifeCell Corporation
    Inventors: Sangwook Park, Hui Xu, Aaron Barere, Israel Jessop, Mrinal Shah, Nathaniel Bachrach
  • Publication number: 20190362814
    Abstract: Methods and systems for encoding digital information in nucleic acid (e.g., deoxyribonucleic acid) molecules without base-by-base synthesis, by encoding bit-value information in the presence or absence of unique nucleic acid sequences within a pool, comprising specifying each bit location in a bit-stream with a unique nucleic sequence and specifying the bit value at that location by the presence or absence of the corresponding unique nucleic acid sequence in the pool, but, more generally, specifying unique bytes in a bytestream by unique subsets of nucleic acid sequences. Also disclosed are methods for generating unique nucleic acid sequences without base-by-base synthesis using combinatorial genomic strategies (e.g., assembly of multiple nucleic acid sequences or enzymatic-based editing of nucleic acid sequences).
    Type: Application
    Filed: November 16, 2017
    Publication date: November 28, 2019
    Inventors: Nathaniel Roquet, Hyunjun Park, Swapnil P. Bhatia, Darren R. Link
  • Publication number: 20190351673
    Abstract: Provided herein are systems and methods for storing digital information by assembling an identifier nucleic acid molecule from at least a first component nucleic acid molecule and a second component nucleic acid molecule. The system may include a first printhead configured to dispense a first droplet of a first solution comprising the first component nucleic acid molecule onto a coordinate on a substrate, and a second printhead configured to dispense a second droplet of a second solution comprising the second component nucleic acid molecule onto the coordinate on the substrate, such that the first and second component nucleic acid molecules are collocated on the substrate. The system may include a finisher that dispenses a reaction mix onto the coordinate on the substrate to physically link the first and second component nucleic acid molecules, provides a condition necessary to physically link the first and second component nucleic acid molecules, or both.
    Type: Application
    Filed: May 16, 2019
    Publication date: November 21, 2019
    Inventors: Nathaniel Roquet, Hyunjun Park, Swapnil P. Bhatia, Mike Hazel, Richard Day, Richard Hammond, James Brown, Rodney Richardson, Thomas Redman, Devin Leake
  • Publication number: 20190274894
    Abstract: A self-supporting absorbent article system can have an absorbent article and a support frame. The support frame is capable of supporting the absorbent article in a position adjacent to the body of the wearer of the absorbent article without the need for either 1) the absorbent article to be placed into the wearer's undergarment for support or 2) utilization of any other waistband, straps, or adhesive to maintain the support frame in position on the wearer's body.
    Type: Application
    Filed: October 31, 2016
    Publication date: September 12, 2019
    Inventors: Inyoung Sa, HyeJin Lee, CaiShan Tan, HyoungKun Park, Nathaniel T. Hollingsworth, SeongDae Roh
  • Publication number: 20190191735
    Abstract: Provided herein are methods for producing a mung bean protein isolate having high functionality for a broad range of food applications. In some embodiments, the methods for producing the isolate comprise one or more steps selected from: (a) extracting one or more mung bean proteins from a mung bean protein source in an aqueous solution, for example, at a pH between about 6.5-10.0; (b) purifying protein from the extract using at least one of two methods: (i) precipitating protein from the extract at a pH near the isoelectric point of a globulin-rich fraction, for example a pH between about 5.0-6.0; and/or (ii) fractionating and concentrating protein from the extract using filtration such as microfiltration, ultrafiltration or ion-exchange chromatography; and (c) recovering purified protein isolate.
    Type: Application
    Filed: February 17, 2017
    Publication date: June 27, 2019
    Inventors: Ritu Bansal-Mutalik, Siddharth Blide, Brenna Gibson, Camilla Hall, Malgorzata Jakubasch, Jake Kleiner, Viviane Lanquar, Swetha Mahadevan, Trevor Niekoval, Jade Proulx, Ben Roche, Meng Xu, James Flatt, Nathaniel Park
  • Patent number: 10321705
    Abstract: Provided herein are methods for producing a mung bean protein isolate having high functionality for a broad range of food applications. In some embodiments, the methods for producing the isolate comprise one or more steps selected from: (a) extracting one or more mung bean proteins from a mung bean protein source in an aqueous solution, for example, at a pH between about 6.5-10.0; (b) purifying protein from the extract using at least one of two methods: (i) precipitating protein from the extract at a pH near the isoelectric point of a globulin-rich fraction, for example a pH between about 5.0-6.0; and/or (ii) fractionating and concentrating protein from the extract using filtration such as microfiltration, ultrafiltration or ion-exchange chromatography; and (c) recovering purified protein isolate.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: February 17, 2017
    Date of Patent: June 18, 2019
    Assignee: Just, Inc.
    Inventors: Ritu Bansal-Mutalik, Siddharth Bhide, Brenna Gibson, Camilla Hall, Malgorzata Jakubasch, Jake Kleiner, Viviane Lanquar, Swetha Mahadevan, Trevor Niekowal, Jade Proulx, Ben Roche, Meng Xu, James Flatt, Nathaniel Park
  • Publication number: 20170238590
    Abstract: Provided herein are methods for producing a mung bean protein isolate having high functionality for a broad range of food applications. In some embodiments, the methods for producing the isolate comprise one or more steps selected from: (a) extracting one or more mung bean proteins from a mung bean protein source in an aqueous solution, for example, at a pH between about 6.5-10.0; (b) purifying protein from the extract using at least one of two methods: (i) precipitating protein from the extract at a pH near the isoelectric point of a globulin-rich fraction, for example a pH between about 5.0-6.0; and/or (ii) fractionating and concentrating protein from the extract using filtration such as microfiltration, ultrafiltration or ion-exchange chromatography; and (c) recovering purified protein isolate.
    Type: Application
    Filed: February 17, 2017
    Publication date: August 24, 2017
    Applicant: Hampton Creek, Inc.
    Inventors: Ritu Bansal-Mutalik, Siddharth Bhide, Brenna Gibson, Camilla Hall, Malgorzata Jakubasch, Jake Kleiner, Viviane Lanquar, Swetha Mahadevan, Trevor Niekowal, Jade Proulx, Ben Roche, Meng Xu, James Flatt, Nathaniel Park