10. Daniel Romo and Seongho Oh, Synthesis of Omuralide/Salinosporamide Derivatives as Potential Enzyme Inhibitors Including the Proteasome Filed with Texas A&M Techonology Licensing Office (TAMUS 2242), Patent # 8,088,923. Patent Issued January 3, 2012.
9. Daniel Romo, Jules B. Puschett, Luc R. Berghman, Daad Ali Abi-Ghanem, Xinzhong Lai, Method for Determination of Marinobufagenin Levels and Compounds Employable in Such Method U.S. Patent Issued August 25, 2011. Patent # US 2011/0207154 A1.
8. Daniel Romo, Vikram C. Purohit, Gil Ma, Jeffrey W. Smith, Fumiko Axelrod, Steven J. Kridel, Method for the Asymmetric Synthesis of Beta-Lactone Compounds U.S. Patent Issued June 1, 2010. Patent # US 7728153 B2.
7. Daniel Romo, Jeffrey W. Smith, Gil Ma, Manuel Zancanella Beta-Lactone Compounds U.S. Patent Issued May 14, 2009. Patent # US 2009/0124681 A1.
6. Daniel Romo, Huda Henry-Riyad, Gil Ma, Changsuk Lee, Henry Nugyen, Seongho Oh, Vikram C. Purohit Cyclic-Fused Beta-Lactones and Their Synthesis U.S. Patent Issued March 5, 2009. Patent # US 2009/0062547 A1.
5. Daniel Romo, Sung Wook Cho, Novel Belactosin Derivatives as Therapeutic Agents/Biological Probes and Their Synthesis U.S. Patent Issued February 12, 2009. Patent # US 2009/0042922 A1.
4. Daniel Romo, Jun O. Liu, N. S. Choi, Potent, Simplified Derivatives of Pateamine A U.S. Patent Issued June 12, 2007. Patent # US 7,230,021 B2.
3. Daniel Romo and Jim Sacchettini Chemimorphs: Probing the Limits of Antibiotic Resistance by Design of Mutatable Shape Modifying Antimicrobial Agents for Evolving Protein Targets Filed with Texas A&M Licensing Office (TAMUS 2306) April 2, 2008.
2. Daniel Romo and Satyamaheshwar Peddibhotla A Chemoselective and Regioselective Method for Derivatization of Natural Products: Rhodium Catalyzed OH Insertion/Alkyne-Azide Cycloaddition Sequence Filed with Texas A&M Techonology Licensing Office (TAMUS 2357) February 2, 2006.
1. Daniel Romo and Ke Kong Synthesis of Immunogens for Detection and Monitoring of Gymnodimine and Congeners Filed with Texas A&M Technology Licensing Office (TAMUS 2306) August 31, 2005.