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U.S. PATENTS ISSUED

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U.S. Patent #10,590,429 entitled “Targeted Mutagenesis of Tobacco Berberine Bridge Enzyme-Like Nucleic Acids” awarded March 17, 2020 to R.E. Dewey and R.S. Lewis.

U.S. Patent #10,292,353 entitled “Alteration of Tobacco Alkaloid Content through Modification of Specific Cytochrome P450 Genes” awarded May 21, 2019 to R.E. Dewey, B. Siminszky, S.W. Bowen and L. Gavilano.

U.S. Patent 10,091,963 “Tobacco Inbred and Hybrid Plants and Uses Thereof” (October 9, 2018) Inventors: R.S. Lewis and R.E. Dewey.

U.S. Patent 9,603,335  “Tobacco Inbred Plants K326 SRC, CMS K326 SRC, K346 SRC, NC1562-1 SRC, NCTG-61 SRC, CMS NCTG-61 SRC and Hybrid NC196 SRC” (March 28, 2017) Inventors: R.S. Lewis and R.E. Dewey.

U.S. Patent  9,596,823 “Tobacco Inbred and Hybrid Plants and Tobacco Products Made Thereof” (March 21, 2017) Inventors: R.S. Lewis and R.E. Dewey.

U.S. Patent 9,560,830 “Tobacco Inbred and Hybrid Plants and Uses Thereof” (Feb. 7, 2017) Inventors: R.S. Lewis and R.E. Dewey

U.S. Patent 9,228,195 “Alteration of Tobacco Alkaloid Content through Modification of Specific Cytochrome P450 Genes” (Jan. 5, 2016) Inventors: R.E. Dewey, B. Siminszky, S.W. Bowen, and L. Gavilano.

U.S. Patent 9,187,759 “Alteration of Tobacco Alkaloid Content through Modification of Specific Cytochrome P450 Genes” (Nov. 17, 2015) Inventors: R.E. Dewey, B. Siminszky, S.W. Bowen, and L. Gavilano.

U.S. Patent 8,124,851 “Alteration of Tobacco Alkaloid Content through Modification of Specific Cytochrome P450 Genes” (Feb. 28, 2012) Inventors: R.E. Dewey, B. Siminszky, S.W. Bowen, and L. Gavilano.

U.S. Patent 6,121,512 “Cytochrome P-450 Constructs and Methods of Producing Herbicide-Resistant Transgenic Plants” (Sept. 19, 2000) Inventors: B. Siminszky, R.E. Dewey, and F.T. Corbin.

U.S. Patent 5,660,983 “Maize Cytoplasmic Male Sterility Type T (cms-T) Mitochondrial DNA” (Aug. 26, 1997) Inventors: C.S. Levings III and R.E. Dewey.

U.S. Patent 5,576,179 “Method of Detecting Toxin-Insensitive URF13-T Protein” (Nov. 19, 1996) Inventors: C.S. Levings III, R.E. Dewey, and C.J. Braun.

U.S. Patent #10,383,299 entitled “Alteration of Tobacco Alkaloid Content through Modification of Specific Cytochrome P450 Genes” awarded August 20, 2019 to R.E. Dewey, B. Siminszky, S.W. Bowen and L. Gavilano.

U.S. Patent #10,194,624 entitled “Compositions and Methods for Minimizing Nornicotine Synthesis in Tobacco” awarded February 5, 2019 to R.E. Dewey and R.S. Lewis.

U.S. Patent 9,913,451 “Alteration of Tobacco Alkaloid Content through Modification of Specific Cytochrome P450 Genes” (March 13, 2018) Inventors: R.E. Dewey, B. Siminszky, S.W. Bowen and L. Gavilano.

U.S. Patent 9,596,824 “Tobacco Inbred and Hybrid Plants and Tobacco Products Made Thereof” (March 21, 2017) Inventors: R.S. Lewis and R.E. Dewey.

U.S. Patent 9,596,822  “Tobacco Inbred and Hybrid Plants and Tobacco Products Made Thereof”  (March 21, 2017) Inventors: R.S. Lewis and R.E. Dewey.

U.S. Patent 9,247,706 “Compositions and Methods for Minimizing Nornicotine Synthesis in Tobacco” (Feb. 2, 2016) Inventors: R.E. Dewey and R.S. Lewis.

U.S. Patent 9,228,194 “Alteration of Tobacco Alkaloid Content through Modification of Specific Cytochrome P450 Genes” (Jan. 5, 2016) Inventors: R.E. Dewey, B. Siminszky, S.W. Bowen, and L. Gavilano.

U.S. Patent 9,096,864 “Tobacco Inbred Plants NCBEX1F, NCBEX1MS, and NC EX90” (Aug. 2, 2015) Inventors: R.S. Lewis and R.E. Dewey.

U.S. Patent 7,884,263 “Alteration of Tobacco Alkaloid Content through Modification of Specific Cytochrome P450 Genes” (Feb. 8, 2011) Inventors: R.E. Dewey, B. Siminszky, S.W. Bowen, and L. Gavilano.

U.S. Patent 5,807,998 “Modified URF13-T Protein” (Sept. 15, 1998) Inventors: C.S. Levings III, R.E. Dewey, and C.J. Braun.

U.S. Patent 5,597,698 “Method of Detecting Toxins Using Host Cells Expressing an URF13-T Gene” (Jan. 28, 1997) Inventors: C.S. Levings III, R.E. Dewey, and C.J. Braun.

U.S. Patent 5,409,837 “Modified URF-13 Protein and Gene” (April 25, 1995) Inventors: C.S. Levings III, R.E. Dewey, and C.J. Braun.