PATENT NO Europe EP 93100041.8 Granted EP/0550400 Austria EP 93100041.8 Granted EP/0550400 Belgium EP 93100041.8 Granted EP/0550400 France EP 93100041.8 Granted EP/0550400 Germany EP 93100041.8 Granted EP/0550400 Italy EP 93100041.8 Granted EP/0550400 Luxembourg EP 93100041.8 Granted EP/0550400 Netherlands EP 93100041.8 Granted EP/0550400 Sweden EP 93100041.8 Granted EP/0550400 Switzerland/Liechtenstein EP 93100041.8 Granted EP/0550400 United Kingdom EP 93100041.8 Granted EP/0550400 *United States 07/077,528
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