Thank you @dirvine, @dask. I used USPTO search for US patents and applications and I would be surprised to find more in the US patent database. For non-US patents I used patents.google with various search terms but maybe there are better ones that I missed.
A dump of google search results contains a lot of irrelevant stuff so going through the results one by one is needed to get a quality list. I will check the links you proposed to see if I can find any additional patents (excluding mere translations, or duplicate entries such as patent application and granted patent matching that application.)
As for peer-reviewed papers, I have found one but by a third party. Again, a curated list would have been much easier. I don’t have much time either, and would rather spend time reading than searching.
The good thing is that we will have a list to refer to next time someone asks.
Edit 6/25: Completed USPTO and WIPO search: 5 unique patents granted, 3 applications pending, the rest published/disclosed.