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[106] > Image [106] of Minutes of the University of Kentucky Board of Trustees, 1997-08-oct21.

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PLANTS". Inventor: Indu B. Maiti and Robert J. Shepherd. This patent provides for the isolation, modification, and use of wild-type and modified viral FLt promoters of peanut chlorotic streak caulimovirus (PCISV) in the expression of chimeric genes in plant cells. The FLt promoter from PCISV has been modified to have duplicated enhancer domains. 9. U.S. Patent Serial Number: 08/749,404, filed November 15, 1996, titled "NORNICOTINE ENANTIOMERS FOR USE AS A TREATMENT FOR DOPAMINE RELATED CONDITIONS AND DISEASE STATES". Inventor: Peter A. Crooks, Linda Phyliss Dwoskin, and Michael Thomas Bardo. This patent application provides optically active nornicotine compounds as a treatment for dopamine-related conditions and disease states. Such disease states include the treatment of myasthenia gravis, Parkinson's disease, Alzheimer's disease, schizophrenia, eating disorders, ulcers, drug addiction and as a substitute for psycho-stimulant self-administration. Copyright 1. Copyright for a computer program entitled OFTO SOFTWARE II. Inventors: John P. Sadler, Ibrahim S. Jawahir, Zhongjie Da and Seog S. Lee. This software applies non-linear programming techniques to the process model specified it the patent application entitled "Method of Predicting Optimum Machining Conditions" in order to generate optimum cutting conditions for given machining performance requirements.