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Brian Jeffrey Plattner

from Knoxville, IL
Age ~48

Brian Plattner Phones & Addresses

  • 917 S Market St, Knoxville, IL 61448 (309) 369-0540
  • 107 Willow Ln, Knoxville, IL 61448 (309) 289-5254
  • 65 Locust St, Galesburg, IL 61401 (309) 344-8453
  • 7141 Shawnee Way, Reynoldsburg, OH 43068 (614) 856-3696 (614) 861-7907
  • Peoria, IL
  • Goodfield, IL

Work

Position: Farming-Forestry Occupation

Education

Degree: High school graduate or higher

Languages

English

Specialities

Optometry

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Medicine Doctors

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Brian J Plattner, Galesburg IL - OD (Doctor of Optometry)

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Specialties:
Optometry
Address:
261 N Broad St Suite 35, Galesburg, IL 61401
(309) 343-1179 (Phone), (309) 343-5287 (Fax)
Languages:
English
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Brian J Plattner, Galesburg IL

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Specialties:
Optometrist
Address:
35 4L Plz, Galesburg, IL 61401

Business Records

Name / Title
Company / Classification
Phones & Addresses
Brian J. Plattner
Partner
Peter H Kehoe
Optometric Eye Care/Optical Goods
4 Plz, Galesburg, IL 61401
PO Box 179, Galesburg, IL 61402
(309) 343-1179
Brian J. Plattner
Principal
Brian J Plattner OD
Optometrist's Office
917 S Market St, Knoxville, IL 61448

Publications

Us Patents

Simmondsin Concentrate From Jojoba

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US Patent:
60078235, Dec 28, 1999
Filed:
Jun 2, 1998
Appl. No.:
9/089104
Inventors:
Thomas P. Abbott - Peoria IL
Brian J. Plattner - Reynoldsburg OH
Hal C. Purcell - Avila Beach CA
Assignee:
The United States of America as represented by the Secretary of
Agriculture - Washington DC
International Classification:
A61K 3578
US Classification:
4241951
Abstract:
A process for the isolation of simmondsins from jojoba meal is disclosed. Simmondsins are first extracted from defatted jojoba meal with water. After separation from the meal, this water extract is subsequently dried, leaving the simmondsins in the resulting solid. The simmondsins may then be preferentially extracted from the dried water extract by contact with a first ethanolic solvent, forming a first solvent fraction containing simmondsins therein. The first solvent fraction, which is a substantially protein-free concentrate of simmondsins, may be separated from the solid phase, and the ethanolic solvent may then be readily removed, for example, by drying. Residual simmondsins remaining in the meal following extraction with the first ethanolic solvent may also be recovered by a second extraction with ethanolic solvent. Optionally, simmondsin and its analogs, simmondsin ferulate, demethylsimmondsin, and didemethyl simmondsin, may be separated in substantially pure form from the extracts by reverse-phase HPLC.
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