CASE CLOSED … what really happened in the 2001 anthrax attacks?

* The only peer-reviewed article uploaded by the FBI under FOIA describes the DARPA research for which Dr. Ivins, Dr. Fellows and Dr. Linscott were among those who provided helpful suggestions in the performance of the initial anthrax studies

Posted by Lew Weinstein on November 14, 2011

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10 Responses to “* The only peer-reviewed article uploaded by the FBI under FOIA describes the DARPA research for which Dr. Ivins, Dr. Fellows and Dr. Linscott were among those who provided helpful suggestions in the performance of the initial anthrax studies”

  1. DXer said

    The only peer-reviewed article uploaded by the FBI under FOIA describes the DARPA research for which Dr. Ivins, Dr. Fellows and Dr. Linscott were among those who provided helpful suggestions in the performance of the initial anthrax studies
    Posted by Lew Weinstein on November 14, 2011

    https://caseclosedbylewweinstein.wordpress.com/2011/11/14/the-only-peer-reviewed-article-uploaded-by-the-fbi-under-foia-describes-the-darpa-research-for-which-dr-ivins-dr-fellows-and-dr-linscott-were-among-those-who-provided-helpful-suggestions-in-the/FD-302 sub-302 #3603 dated 4/15/2003

    http://www.amerithrax.wordpress.com

    Comment:

    I called “Tawfiq” Hamid who had been recruited by Ayman Zawahiri to ask if he knew Tarek, the scientist supplied virulent Ames by Bruce Ivins. My friend Tawfiq had withdrawn from Dr. Ayman’s group when they asked him to bury a security officer near the mosque. He wrote the book INSIDE JIHAD which I found immensely readable.

    “Tawfiq” said that he and Tarek were lifelong friends — but that Tarek was closer to “Tawfiq’s” brother. The three would visit when Tarek would come from Khartoum, Sudan where Tarek lived with his mom. They would go to the comic store. Their mothers had known each other in French school.

    Then the three men went to Cairo Medical school together where Dr. Ayman Zawahiri would recruit students to jihad on Fridays. The salafist-jihadis had great sway — according to “Tawfiq” in his book, one anatomy professor got beat up when he wouldn’t let students out of class to hear a lecture.

    My friend “Tawfiq” says he called Dr. Hamouda prior to 9/11 to ask about patents. “Tawfiq” reports that Tarek said it was all in the marketing.

    My friend “Tawfiq’s” brother is CAIR-St. Louis, is a highly respected medical doctor who has written extensively on religion and Israel. My friend’s brother from St. Louis stopped talking to my friend “Tawfiq” after he started cooperating with law enforcement and intelligence agencies.

    The brother in St. Louis held a conference in which he argued that terrorism by a doctor was unacceptable — “first do no harm.” He further has said in a radio interview that he told the FBI that he couldn’t tell them anything about a sleeper cell if he didn’t know anything about it.

    Tarek did the research at USAMRIID (with Bruce Ivins and Patricia and Mara), Dugway, LSU, and Johns-Hopkins. Patricia and Mara’s civil depositions were shredded.

    Tarek and the leonine James Baker received millions from DARPA. Last I googled James was head of international vaccines for Merck.

    Given that most people find an “Ivins Theory” unpersuasive, there needs to be greater transparency so that the events of Fall 2001 and prior to that can be reconstructed in all their detail.

    http://www.amerithrax.wordpress.com

  2. DXer said

    Building 1412 , Rm. 212 was where the FBI’s expert made a dried powder out of Ames supplied from RMR 1029 as part of a DARPA-funded program. No sample was submitted initially to the repository and it was later seized. JE’s assistant then went on to Johns-Hopkins. The Ames seized from Building 1412, Rm. 212 had 3 mutations.

  3. DXer said

    After discussing Aldrich Ames, Dr. Majidi discusses the Foot Hood attack. Check out the FBI’s FOIA response as it relates to Dr. Majidi’s responsibility in regard to his job responsibility in this regard.

    PRIV 12-0354

    On April 2, 2012, Phillip Thompson, with the Brennan Center for Justice at New York University School of Law, in New York, New York, requested from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) the following: a. Copies of all materials developed, shown, presented, or provided by the FBI or its agents, employees or representatives (including consultants) for identifying indicators, hallmarks or signs of extremism, jihadism or radicalization. This request covers materials developed or revised since January 1, 2009; b. Copies of all materials shown, presented, or provided by the FBI or its agents, employees or representatives (including consultants) during any formal or informal outreach sessions or meetings with MASA community representatives and/or groups that have taken place since the date of his previous request December 10, 2010; and c. Copies of all materials in the possession, custody, or control of the FBI that specifically mention the report by the Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs titled A Ticking Time Bomb: Counterterrorism Lessons from the US Government’s Failure to Prevent the Fort Hood Attack.

  4. DXer said

    To learn more of the identities of those recruited into the Egyptian Islamic Jihad while in Egypt in the 1990s, one should question Muhammad Jamal, who this week is subject of this October 7, 2013 designation.

    Terrorist Designations of the Muhammad Jamal Network and Muhammad Jamal
    Office of the Spokesperson
    Washington, DC
    October 7, 2013
    http://www.state.gov/r/pa/prs/ps/2013/10/215171.htm

    It reports this Benghazi connected terrorist was head of the EIJ operational wing in the 1990s and among Zawahiri’s guards.

    You can see some confiscated correspondence between Muhammad Jamal and Zawahiri — but the US was not allowed access. Then he was let go.

    The FBI allowed the same to happen with anthrax scientists Rauf Ahmad and Yazid Sufaat.

    If the US is going to give millions in appropriations, they should obtain better cooperation.

    http://www.amerithrax.wordpress.com

    see also
    Communications with Ayman al Zawahiri highlighted in ‘Nasr City cell’ case
    By THOMAS JOSCELYNFebruary 10, 2013
    http://www.longwarjournal.org/archives/2013/02/communications_with.php#ixzz2hEQoF8dK

    • DXer said

      http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/10/09/us-usa-egypt-aid-idUSBRE99801520131009

      U.S. seen withholding most military aid from Egypt: source

      By Arshad Mohammed
      WASHINGTON | Wed Oct 9, 2013 4:56am EDT
      (Reuters) – The United States is leaning toward withholding most military aid to Egypt except to promote counter-terrorism, security in the Sinai Peninsula that borders Israel, and other such priorities, a U.S. official said on Tuesday.

      Comment: The US should require all interrogation reports, for example, from Muhammad Jamal and the information of numerous other former detainees that shed light on Dr. Ayman Zawahiri’s recruits dating back decades.

    • DXer said

      Anas Al-Libi can help describe who knew who in Khartoum, Sudan in the 1990s. Before returning to Cairo for the decade, Tarek would visit Cairo from Khartoum where his mom was a professor of business at the university in Khartoum.

      Look at Dr. Vahid Majidi’s argument in his new manuscript that a USAMRIID employee necessarily stole the Ames. Not only does he blow right past the problematic genetic findings, sampling issues based on self-submission etc. in case where the perp would not cooperate, but he ignores the fact that non-citizens who visited the facility also had access.

      As just one example, we have this scientist supplied virulent Ames by Bruce Ivins whose medical school friends and classmates were recruited on Fridays at Cairo Medical by Dr. Ayman Zawahiri .

      Dr. Majidi’s nonsensical approach to the distribution of Ames is right up there with his failure to address the 52 rabbits explaining why Dr. Ivins was in the lab — which is nowhere mentioned in the Amerithrax Investigative Summary or by Dr. Majidi. His manuscript unintentionally serves as a clear road-map of how Amerithrax was so badly botched.

      http://www.amerithrax.wordpress.com

      http://theweek.com/article/index/250712/why-the-capture-of-al-qaedas-abu-anas-al-libi-is-a-big-deal

      Why the capture of al Qaeda’s Abu Anas al-Libi is a big deal
      U.S. troops, the FBI, and CIA captured one of America’s most-wanted terrorist suspects in Libya this weekendBy Peter Weber | October 7, 2013

      The first reason is that al-Libi “is seen as a potential intelligence gold mine, possessing perhaps two decades of information about al Qaeda, from its early days under Osama bin Laden in Sudan to its more scattered elements today,” say Benjamin Weiser and Eric Schmitt in The New York Times. He was indicted in U.S. federal court in 2000 for his suspected role in the 1998 bombings of the U.S. embassies in Kenya and Tanzania. Al-Libi has a $5 million bounty on his head.

      The model the Obama administration hopes to emulate is Ahmed Abdulkadir Warsame, an al Shabab military commander the U.S. captured in the Gulf of Aden in 2011. Warsame was interrogated on a Navy ship for about two months, then read his legal rights; he waived them and started cooperating with the U.S. government. After his interrogation, al-Libi will similarly be handed to a new FBI team, then prosecuted in U.S. federal court, probably in New York.

  5. DXer said

    In one test, a different subtilis strain was used. (ATCC 11774).

    A Novel Surfactant Nanoemulsion with Broad-Spectrum … – Jstor
    http://www.jstor.org/stable/30109231
    A Novel Surfactant Nanoemulsion with Broad-Spectrum Sporicidal Activity against …. 14581), and B. subtilis (ATCC 11774) were grown for 1 week at. 37°C on …

  6. DXer said

    Dr. Vahid Majidi has a lengthy discussion, in his new manuscript on Amerithrax, about the limitations on the sources available to the FBI.

    He does note, however, that it can use databases. Such it was public record — since over a decade ago — that Bruce E. Ivins supplied virulent Ames to Tarek Hamouda.

    It furthermore was public record that he was taught by Heba Zawahiri (Dr. Ayman’s sister), a professor in the same microbiology department. It is public record that Heba cried herself to sleep after her brother Mohammed was detained).

    Moreover, given that the FBI can recruit human sources, it could have been determined that Tarek was friends — from both childhood and medical school — with men recruited by Dr. Ayman Zawahiri. I learned it from a simple phone call to the author of INSIDE JIHAD. I called this man who so eloquently wrote about Dr. Ayman’s visits to the medical school to recruit students to jihad. I asked him if he knew Dr. Hamouda. He said sure — in fact they were childhood friends and Tarek would come from Khartoum where his mom taught business at the university there.

    He said that Tarek now he was closer to “Tariq’s” brother, who was CAIR-St. Louis, because it was known that “Tariq” would cooperate with law enforcement and IC and so his brother was furious with him. “Tariq” left Zawahiri’s group when they tactlessly suggested that he bury a security officer near the mosque.

    So I presume all this and more was known and readily available to Dr. Majidi.– who was put in charge by the Director of keeping the country safe. If Dr. Majidi is not an expert on Dr. Ayman’s anthrax program and his 15 attempts to recruit scientists over 10 years leading up to the mailings, then maybe recruiting someone more at home with intelligence analysis — rather than a microscope — would have been a better idea.

    But perhaps Dr. Majidi nonetheless was aghast that the correspondence between Ivins and Tarek was not obtained by the FBI until 2005!

    Maybe he was aghast that the lead prosecutor’s daughter came to represent Ali Al-TImimi, an anthrax weapons suspect, pro bono. I don’t know. The buck stopped at his desk, right?

    Tarek’s name was spelled wrong on the log to the USAMRIID B-3 which is FBI’s excuse for not latching onto the possible lead sooner. Tarek also visited Dugway for aerosol experiments and even worked in the B-3 at LSU from where MHJ hails.

    My friend, author “Tariq” Hamid, told me that he called Tarek before 911 to ask about patents and was told it was all in the marketing.

    All I have available to me was google and email and the telephone — and the kindness of strangers. I emailed Dr. Hamouda to ask who he knew among the EIJ bad guys but he did not respond.

    (I find the usual EIJ member charming and educated; they tend to be professionals, such as doctors and engineers).

    So I think the real limitation is the compartmentalization that comes from bureaucracy and then a CYA mentality that causes a case to be closed — by the people who are confident that the boss has their back.

    Heck, the FBI can use Facebook and so they might have interviewed Yazid like I did — instead of waiting nearly a full year after his arrest.

    So in a world where NSA taps all phone calls, emails, text and fax — making excuses because of the limited resources available to the FBI, IMO, is total crock. The irony is that the NSA defeated Tor and has Dr. Majidi’s emails from August 2008.

    It is especially bullshit given the FBI’s extensive use of undercovers and the contracting with Battelle for counterintelligence analysis domestically.

    http://www.amerithrax.wordpress.com

  7. DXer said

    In all of the patents and patent applications published by the United States thanking Dr. Ivins for supplying virulent Ames, Dr. Fellows and Dr. Linscott are thanked for supplying technical assistance. Nothing goes more centrally to the correct analysis of Amerithrax than the distribution of virulent Ames.

    1. 20080181949 (Note: This is a Patent Application only.), July 31, 2008, Nanoemulsion Vaccines, Baker, James R., Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States(US); Bielinska, Anna, Ypsilanti, Michigan, United States(US); Myc, Andrzej, Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States(US); 929295, April 10, 2008, ASSIGNMENT OF ASSIGNORS INTEREST (SEE DOCUMENT FOR DETAILS)., THE REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN 3003 SOUTH STATE STREET ANN ARBOR MICHIGAN 48109-1280, reel-frame:020785/0496, The Regents of the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States(US), United States company or corporation

    2. 20080181905 (Note: This is a Patent Application only.), July 31, 2008, Nanoemulsion Vaccines, Baker, James R., Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States(US); Hamouda, Tarek, Milan, Michigan, United States(US); 966763, The Regents of the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States(US), United States company or corporation

    3. 7767216, August 3, 2010, Antimicrobial compositions and methods of use, Baker, Jr., James R., Ann Arbor, MICHIGAN, United States of America(US), United States of America(US); Hamouda, Tarek, Ypsilanti, MICHIGAN, United States of America(US), United States of America(US); Shih, Amy, Ann Arbor, MICHIGAN, United States of America(US), United States of America(US); Myc, Andrzej, Ann Arbor, MICHIGAN, United States of America(US), United States of America(US); 751059, April 9, 2001, ASSIGNMENT OF ASSIGNORS INTEREST (SEE DOCUMENT FOR DETAILS)., REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, THE, 3003 SOUTH STATE STREET, ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA(US), 48109, reel-frame:011669/0827, The Regents of the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MICHIGAN, United States of America(US), United States company or corporation

    4. 7655252, February 2, 2010, Antimicrobial nanoemulsion compositions and methods, Baker, Jr., James R., Ann Arbor, MICHIGAN, United States of America(US), United States of America(US); Hamouda, Tarek, Ypsilanti, MICHIGAN, United States of America(US), United States of America(US); Shih, Amy, Ann Arbor, MICHIGAN, United States of America(US), United States of America(US); Myc, Andrzej, Ann Arbor, MICHIGAN, United States of America(US), United States of America(US); 179547, October 29, 2004, ASSIGNMENT OF ASSIGNORS INTEREST (SEE DOCUMENT FOR DETAILS)., REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, THE, 3003 S. STATE STREET, SUITE 2071, ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA(US), 48109-1280, reel-frame:015315/0738, The Regents of the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MICHIGAN, United States of America(US), United States company or corporation

    5. 6635676, October 21, 2003, Non-toxic antimicrobial compositions and methods of use, Baker, Jr., James R., Ann Arbor, MICHIGAN; Hamouda, Tarek, Milan, MICHIGAN; Shih, Amy, Ann Arbor, MICHIGAN; Myc, Andrzej, Ann Arbor, MICHIGAN; 965447, January 22, 2002, ASSIGNMENT OF ASSIGNORS INTEREST (SEE DOCUMENT FOR DETAILS)., REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, THE 3003 SOUTH STATE STREETANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, 48109, reel-frame:012498/0631, Regents of the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MICHIGAN, United States company or corporation

    6. 7314624, October 16, 2003, Nanoemulsion vaccines, Baker, James R., Ann Arbor, MICHIGAN, United States of America(US), United States of America(US); Hamouda, Tarek, Milan, MICHIGAN, United States of America(US), United States of America(US); 162970, September 3, 2002, ASSIGNMENT OF ASSIGNORS INTEREST (SEE DOCUMENT FOR DETAILS)., REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, THE 3003 S. STATE STREET ANN ARBOR MICHIGAN 48109-1280, reel-frame:013259/0067, The Regents of the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MICHIGAN, United States of America(US), United States company or corporation, April 20, 2011, CONFIRMATORY LICENSE (SEE DOCUMENT FOR DETAILS)., DARPA, 3701 NORTH FAIRFAX DRIVE, ARLINGTON, VIRGINIA, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA(US), 22203-1714, reel-frame:026153/0249

    7. 6559189, May 6, 2003, Non-toxic antimicrobial compositions and methods of use, Baker, Jr., James R., Ann Arbor, MICHIGAN; Hamouda, Tarek, Ypsilanti, MICHIGAN; Shih, Amy, Ann Arbor, MICHIGAN; Myc, Andrzej, Ann Arbor, MICHIGAN; 891086, October 12, 2001, ASSIGNMENT OF ASSIGNORS INTEREST (SEE DOCUMENT FOR DETAILS)., REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, THE 3003 SOUTH STATE STREETANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, 48109, reel-frame:012255/0150, Regents of the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MICHIGAN, United States company or corporation

    8. 6506803, January 14, 2003, Methods of preventing and treating microbial infections, Baker, Jr., James, R., Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States(US); Hamouda, Tarek, Ypsilanti, Michigan, United States(US); Shih, Amy, Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States(US); Myc, Andrzej, Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States(US); 561111, October 16, 2000, ASSIGNMENT OF ASSIGNORS INTEREST (SEE DOCUMENT FOR DETAILS)., REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, THE 3003 SOUTH STATE STREETANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, 48109, reel-frame:011215/0567, Regents of the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States(US), United States company or corporation

    9. 20110091556 (Note: This is a Patent Application only.), April 21, 2011, Antimicrobial compositions and methods of use, Baker, JR., James R., Ann Arbor, MICHIGAN, United States of America(US), United States of America(US); Hamouda, Tarek, Milan, MICHIGAN, United States of America(US), United States of America(US); Shih, Amy, Ann Arbor, MICHIGAN, United States of America(US), United States of America(US); Myc, Andrzej, Ann Arbor, MICHIGAN, United States of America(US), United States of America(US); 507084, BAKER JR JAMES R; HAMOUDA TAREK; SHIH AMY; MYC ANDRZEJ

    10. 20110070306 (Note: This is a Patent Application only.), March 24, 2011, Antimicrobial nanoemulsion compositions and methods, Baker, JR., James R., Ann Arbor, MICHIGAN, United States of America(US), United States of America(US); Hamouda, Tarek, Milan, MICHIGAN, United States of America(US), United States of America(US); Shih, Amy, Ann Arbor, MICHIGAN, United States of America(US), United States of America(US); Myc, Andrzej, Ann Arbor, MICHIGAN, United States of America(US), United States of America(US); 506442, BAKER JR JAMES R; HAMOUDA TAREK; SHIH AMY; MYC ANDRZEJ

    11. 20100003330 (Note: This is a Patent Application only.), January 7, 2010, ANTIMICROBIAL NANOEMULSION COMPOSITIONS AND METHODS, Baker, JR., James R., Ann Arbor, MICHIGAN, United States of America(US), United States of America(US); Hamouda, Tarek, Milan, MICHIGAN, United States of America(US), United States of America(US); Shih, Amy, Ann Arbor, MICHIGAN, United States of America(US), United States of America(US); Myc, Andrzej, Ann Arbor, MICHIGAN, United States of America(US), United States of America(US); 179547, October 29, 2004, ASSIGNMENT OF ASSIGNORS INTEREST (SEE DOCUMENT FOR DETAILS)., REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, THE, 3003 S. STATE STREET, SUITE 2071, ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA(US), 48109-1280, reel-frame:015315/0738, The Regents of the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MICHIGAN, United States of America(US), United States company or corporation

    12. 20090143477 (Note: This is a Patent Application only.), June 4, 2009, Antimicrobial Nanoemulsion Compositions and Methods, Baker, JR., James R., Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States(US); Hamouda, Tarek, Milan, Michigan, United States(US); Shih, Amy, Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States(US); Myc, Andrzej, Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States(US); 928447, Regents of the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States(US), United States company or corporation

    13. 20090143476 (Note: This is a Patent Application only.), June 4, 2009, Antimicrobial Nanoemulsion Compositions and Methods, Baker, JR., James R., Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States(US); Hamouda, Tarek, Milan, Michigan, United States(US); Shih, Amy, Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States(US); Myc, Andrzej, Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States(US); 928427, Regents of the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States(US), United States company or corporation

    14. 20080254066 (Note: This is a Patent Application only.), October 16, 2008, Nanoemulsion Vaccines, Baker, James R., Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States(US); Hamouda, Tarek, Milan, Michigan, United States(US); 966770, April 21, 2008, ASSIGNMENT OF ASSIGNORS INTEREST (SEE DOCUMENT FOR DETAILS)., THE REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN 3003 SOUTH STATE STREET ANN ARBOR MICHIGAN 48109-1280, reel-frame:020832/0866, The Regents of the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States(US), United States company or corporation

    15. 20060257426 (Note: This is a Patent Application only.), November 16, 2006, Nanoemulsion vaccines, Baker, James, R., Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States(US); Bielinska, Anna, Ypsilanti, Michigan, United States(US); Myc, Andrzej, Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States(US); 403316, July 13, 2006, ASSIGNMENT OF ASSIGNORS INTEREST (SEE DOCUMENT FOR DETAILS)., THE REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN 3003 S. STATE STREET, SUITE 2071 ANN ARBOR MICHIGAN 48109-1280, reel-frame:018057/0793, Regents of the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States(US), United States company or corporation, September 23, 2008, CONFIRMATORY LICENSE (SEE DOCUMENT FOR DETAILS)., NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH (NIH), U.S. DEPT. OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES (DHHS), U.S. GOVERNMENT NIH DIVISION OF EXTRAMURAL INVENTIONS AND TECHNOLOGY RESOURCES (DEITR) BETHESDA MARYLAND 20892-7980, reel-frame:021571/0308

    16. 20040043041 (Note: This is a Patent Application only.), March 4, 2004, Antimicrobial compositions and methods of use, Baker JR., James R., Ann Arbor, MICHIGAN, United States of America(US); Hamouda, Tarek, Ypsilanti, MICHIGAN, United States of America(US); Shih, Amy, Ann Arbor, MICHIGAN, United States of America(US); Myc, Andrzej, Ann Arbor, MICHIGAN, United States of America(US); 751059, April 9, 2001, ASSIGNMENT OF ASSIGNORS INTEREST (SEE DOCUMENT FOR DETAILS)., REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, THE 3003 SOUTH STATE STREETANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, 48109, 3003 SOUTH STATE STREET, ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA(US), 48109, reel-frame:011669/0827, The Regents of the University Of Michigan, United States company or corporation

    17. 20030194412 (Note: This is a Patent Application only.), October 16, 2003, Nanoemulsion vaccines, Baker, James R., Ann Arbor, MICHIGAN, United States of America(US); Hamouda, Tarek, Milan, MICHIGAN, United States of America(US); 162970, September 3, 2002, ASSIGNMENT OF ASSIGNORS INTEREST (SEE DOCUMENT FOR DETAILS)., REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, THE, 2071 WOLVERINE TOWER, 3003 S. STATE STREET, ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA(US), 48109-1280, reel-frame:013259/0067, The Regents of the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MICHIGAN, United States of America(US), United States company or corporation, April 20, 2011, CONFIRMATORY LICENSE (SEE DOCUMENT FOR DETAILS)., DARPA, 3701 NORTH FAIRFAX DRIVE, ARLINGTON, VIRGINIA, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA(US), 22203-1714, reel-frame:026153/0249

    18. 20020119207 (Note: This is a Patent Application only.), August 29, 2002, Non-toxic antimicrobial compositions and methods of use, Baker JR., James R., Ann Arbor, MICHIGAN, United States of America(US); Hamouda, Tarek, Milan, MICHIGAN, United States of America(US); Shih, Amy, Ann Arbor, MICHIGAN, United States of America(US); Myc, Andrzej, Ann Arbor, MICHIGAN, United States of America(US); 965447, The Regent of the University of Michigan, 3003 South State Street, Ann Arbor, MICHIGAN, 48109, United States company or corporation

    19. 20020045667 (Note: This is a Patent Application only.), April 18, 2002, Non-toxic antimicrobial compositions and methods of use, Baker JR., James R., Ann Arbor, MICHIGAN, United States of America(US); Hamouda, Tarek, Ypsilanti, MICHIGAN, United States of America(US); Shih, Amy, Ann Arbor, MICHIGAN, United States of America(US); Myc, Andrzej, Ann Arbor, MICHIGAN, United States of America(US); 891086, The Regents of the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MICHIGAN, United States company or corporation

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