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Based on my 1986 discovery of the ageing-modulatory effects of kinetin and zeatin on human skin cells, the following single-author patent was awarded to me in more than 90 countries.

Method and composition for ameliorating the adverse effects of aging.

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Patent front page;                                                   Structures of Kinetin and Zeatin

 

  • United States, Patent, No., 5,371,089; Granted: December 6, 1994
  • United States, Patent, No., 5,602,139; Granted: March 25, 1997
  • United States, Patent, No., 5,614,407; Granted February 11, 1997
  • Argentina,  Patent No. 250273; Granted: January 28, 1997
  • Australia, Patent No. 666836; Granted October 21, 1997
  • Canada, Patent No. 1,339,503; Granted: October 21, 1997
  • Israel, Patent No. 98204; Granted February 12, 1995
  • India, Patent No. 172210; Granted May 29, 1991
  • Japan, decided to grant: September 22, 2000
  • Korea, Patent No.; Granted: February 22, 1999
  • Mexico, Patent No. 178834; Granted: July 21, 1995
  • New Zealand, Patent No. 238210; Granted: March 4, 1996
  • New Zealand, Patent No. 247836; Granted: August 8, 1997
  • Taiwan, Patent No. 076376; Granted: May 23, 1996

Another patent was once applied for: Moustapha Kassem, Thomas Jensen  and Suresh I.S. Rattan: Immortalized stem cells (patents applied for in Denmark, Europe and USA), about making of a telomerase-immortalized human bone marrow stem cell line

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