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"Methods of Producing New Types of Hybrid Silk and Fibers Using Insects, Animals, and Plants" in Patent Application Approval Process

July 22, 2014

By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Life Science Weekly -- A patent application by the inventor Barrameda, Sadia "Ross" (Discovery Bay, CA), filed on January 3, 2013, was made available online on July 10, 2014, according to news reporting originating from Washington, D.C., by NewsRx correspondents (see also Patents).

This patent application has not been assigned to a company or institution.

The following quote was obtained by the news editors from the background information supplied by the inventors: "(1) Field of the Invention

"The closest cross reference found is Class: For DNA Extraction Methods=435/6.12; 435/6.1; 435/6.11; 536/24.3; 536/24.33; for Hybrid natural fiber composites=428/294.7; 52/793.1; 52/576-577-793; 428/292.1

"Current International Class: For DNA Extraction=C12Q 1/68,2006.01/C12P 19/34,2006.01/C07H 21/04,2006.01/for Hybrid natural fiber composites=B32B 13/02,2006.01/E04C 2/34,2006.01/D04H 1/00,2006.01

"Field of Search: For DNA Extraction Methods none shown in the search, for Hybrid natural fiber composites=428/117-292.1; 294.4, 297.7; 52/576, 577,793.1; 52/793.11

"The field of this invention has to do with the extraction of DNA & RNA from a hemp plant and Omega 3 from fish into animals and other plants producing higher quality silk and or fibers and higher quality meat for human consumption.

"(2) Description of the art including information disclosed under 37 CFR 1.97 & 1.98 There are no drawings accompanying this application. The art is described within the descriptions and claims of this application."

In addition to the background information obtained for this patent application, NewsRx journalists also obtained the inventor's summary information for this patent application: "The present invention provides a new and improved method for producing hybrid silk and like fibers. The invention provides a method of sequence of use which has many advantages over prior art.

"To attain this, the present invention involves the developing and producing of hybrid silk through bioreactors and hybrid silk worms that when introduced to eating hemp produce new types of silk and fibers. This method uses existing silk worms, hemp plants as a basis as well as other types of caterpillars, insects, including spiders, animals and bioreactors to produce new types of strains of fibers. It is intended that all byproducts are including but not limited to the seeds and eggs that result.

"The end result is new combinations of DNA, in both plants and animals, using grafting, crossbreeding, splicing, genetic engineering, bioengineering and using all known and future methods and techniques creating new, different and improved, stronger, more attractive, usable fabrics, materials, fibers, dietary supplements, meats, for the textile, fashion, materials, fiber, food and seed industries.

"The process isolates and extracts the DNA from Salmon and other omega 3 producing fish and animals and fusing same into the DNA, genome of chickens, goats and other animals. Isolating and extracting the DNA from the genes of insects and animals causing them to ingest and digest hemp plants and seeds so chickens and other animal will digest (and retain more omega 3 and other beneficial elements) in greater volume. The hemp plants and seeds create a richer omega 3 meat in their meat.


"There are no drawings as a part of this utility application"

URL and more information on this patent application, see: Barrameda, Sadia "Ross". Methods of Producing New Types of Hybrid Silk and Fibers Using Insects, Animals, and Plants. Filed January 3, 2013 and posted July 10, 2014. Patent URL:

Keywords for this news article include: Patents, DNA Research.

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