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Part II of II - E-Journal Previwer
JULY 2016
PATENT JOURNAL
PATENT JOURNAL
INCLUDING TRADE MARKS, DESIGNS AND
COPYRIGHT IN CINEMATOGRAPH FILMS
JULY 2016
VOL 49 ● No.07
Part II of II
ISSUED MONTHLY
DATE OF ISSUE: 27 JULY 2016
ISSN 2223-4837
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JULY 2016
PATENT JOURNAL
PATENT JOURNAL
INCLUDING TRADE MARKS, DESIGNS AND
COPYRIGHT IN CINEMATOGRAPH FILMS
VOL. 49 No. 07
Date of Issue: 27 JULY 2016
PATENTS, TRADE MARKS, DESIGNS AND COPYRIGHT OFFICE
Official notices of proceedings under:
The Patents Act, 1978
The Designs Act, 1993
The Trade Marks Act, 1963
The Trade Marks Act, 1993
The Registration of Copyright in Cinematograph Films Act, 1977
Registrar of Patents, Trade Marks, Designs and Copyright
Note: CIPC acting on behalf of the Government of the Republic of South Africa,
cannot guarantee the accuracy of its publications or undertake any responsibility for
errors or omissions or their consequences.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
2. PATENTS .................................................................................................................................................................. 4
ASSIGNMENTS IN TERMS OF SECTION 60-REGULATIONS 58-60 AND 64 (1) .................................................. 5
CHANGE OF NAME IN TERMS OF REGULATION 39 ............................................................................................ 8
PATENT LICENSES IN TERMS OF SECTION 53 (7)-REGULATIONS 62 AND 63 ................................................. 8
PATENT APPLICATIONS ABANDONED OR WITHDRAWN ................................................................................... 8
APPLICATION FOR RESTORATION OF A LAPSED PATENT ................................................................................ 8
APPLICATION FOR VOLUNTARY SURRENDER OF PATENTS UNDER SECTION 64 (1), REGULATION 67 OF THE ACT
................................................................................................................................................................................ 10
APPLICATIONS TO AMEND SPECIFICATION ...................................................................................................... 10
INSPECTION OF SPECIFICATIONS ...................................................................................................................... 12
HYPOTHECATIONS ............................................................................................................................................. 273
JUDGMENTS ........................................................................................................................................................ 273
OFFICE PRACTICE NOTICES ............................................................................................................................. 273
3. DESIGNS .............................................................................................................................................................. 274
ASSIGNMENTS IN TERMS OF SECTIONS 30, 29-REGULATIONS 37, 38 AND 40 ........................................... 279
CHANGE OF NAME IN TERMS OF REGULATION 41 ........................................................................................ 279
CHANGE OF ADDRESS FOR SERVICE REGISTERED ..................................................................................... 279
CHANGE OF ADDRESS FOR PROPRIETOR REGISTERED ............................................................................. 279
APPLICATION FOR THE RESTORATION OF A LAPSED DESIGN UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT .......... 279
APPLICATION TO CORRECT AND/OR AMEND DESIGNS APPLICATION OR REGISTRATION ..................... 281
NOTICE OF REGISTRATION OF DESIGNS ........................................................................................................ 282
HYPOTHECATIONS ............................................................................................................................................. 322
JUDGMENTS ........................................................................................................................................................ 322
OFFICE PRACTICE NOTICES ............................................................................................................................. 322
4. COPYRIGHT ......................................................................................................................................................... 323
NOTICES OF ACCEPTANCE ............................................................................................................................... 324
HYPOTHECATIONS ............................................................................................................................................. 326
JUDGMENTS ........................................................................................................................................................ 326
OFFICE PRACTICE NOTICES ............................................................................................................................. 326
5. CORRECTION NOTICES ...................................................................................................................................... 327
TRADE MARK CORRECTION NOTICES ............................................................................................................. 328
PATENT CORRECTION NOTICES ...................................................................................................................... 334
DESIGNS CORRECTION NOTICES .................................................................................................................... 334
COPYRIGHT CORRECTION NOTICES ............................................................................................................... 334
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2. PATENTS
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PATENT JOURNAL
ASSIGNMENTS IN TERMS OF SECTION 60-REGULATIONS 58-60 AND 64 (1)
Application Number
2013/03816
2013/03816
2011/03076
2012/09174
2012/06591
2013/08969
2012/09174
2012/05974
2011/09233
2011/04006
2011/09422
2011/00860
2011/07825
2012/07271
1997/04576
2008/05995
2014/04839
2012/06091
2010/08806
Assignee
BAXTER INTERNATIONAL INC.
BAXTER HEALTHCARE SA
PANASONIC INTELLECTUAL
PROPERTY CORPORATION OF
AMERICA
PANASONIC INTELLECTUAL
PROPERTY CORPORATION OF
AMERICA
PANASONIC INTELLECTUAL
PROPERTY CORPORATION OF
AMERICA
PANASONIC INTELLECTUAL
PROPERTY CORPORATION OF
AMERICA
PANASONIC INTELLECTUAL
PROPERTY CORPORATION OF
AMERICA
PANASONIC INTELLECTUAL
PROPERTY CORPORATION OF
AMERICA
PANASONIC INTELLECTUAL
PROPERTY CORPORATION OF
AMERICA
PANASONIC INTELLECTUAL
PROPERTY CORPORATION OF
AMERICA
PANASONIC INTELLECTUAL
PROPERTY CORPORATION OF
AMERICA
PANASONIC INTELLECTUAL
PROPERTY CORPORATION OF
AMERICA
PANASONIC INTELLECTUAL
PROPERTY CORPORATION OF
AMERICA
PANASONIC INTELLECTUAL
PROPERTY CORPORATION OF
AMERICA
H.L. HALL & SONS LIMITED
PRAIRIE MACHINE & PARTS
MFG.(1978) LTD
TRANSITIONS OPTICAL LIMITED
TRANSITIONS OPTICAL LIMITED
TRANSITIONS OPTICAL LIMITED
Assignor
BAXALTA GMBH
BAXALTA INCORPORATED
SUN PATENT TRUST
SUN PATENT TRUST
SUN PATENT TRUST
SUN PATENT TRUST
SUN PATENT TRUST
SUN PATENT TRUST
SUN PATENT TRUST
SUN PATENT TRUST
SUN PATENT TRUST
SUN PATENT TRUST
SUN PATENT TRUST
SUN PATENT TRUST
HL HALL AND SONS (PTY) LTD
PRAIRIE MACHINE & PARTS
MFG.-PARTNERSHIP
TRANSITIONS OPTICAL, INC.
TRANSITIONS OPTICAL, INC.
TRANSITIONS OPTICAL, INC.
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Application Number
2013/04212
2006/00143
2012/02769
2006/00146
2004/04660
2009/04762
2009/02465
2004/03248
2004/03247
2010/08805
2006/05485
2013/04210
2007/00244
2007/00247
2007/08101
2006/00144
2005/08177
2012/04001
2013/04297
2013/04016
2013/04207
2013/03389
2008/04782
2008/04779
2012/06092
2011/04035
2011/03949
2011/03952
2002/02037
2013/04214
2013/09044
2013/06857
2013/09043
2013/04298
2002/02038
2014/07345
2015/07986
2014/09446
2014/09437
2014/08920
PATENT JOURNAL
Assignee
TRANSITIONS OPTICAL LIMITED
TRANSITIONS OPTICAL LIMITED
TRANSITIONS OPTICAL LIMITED
TRANSITIONS OPTICAL LIMITED
TRANSITIONS OPTICAL LIMITED
TRANSITIONS OPTICAL LIMITED
TRANSITIONS OPTICAL LIMITED
TRANSITIONS OPTICAL LIMITED
TRANSITIONS OPTICAL LIMITED
TRANSITIONS OPTICAL LIMITED
TRANSITIONS OPTICAL LIMITED
TRANSITIONS OPTICAL LIMITED
TRANSITIONS OPTICAL LIMITED
TRANSITIONS OPTICAL LIMITED
TRANSITIONS OPTICAL LIMITED
TRANSITIONS OPTICAL LIMITED
TRANSITIONS OPTICAL LIMITED
TRANSITIONS OPTICAL LIMITED
TRANSITIONS OPTICAL LIMITED
TRANSITIONS OPTICAL LIMITED
TRANSITIONS OPTICAL LIMITED
TRANSITIONS OPTICAL LIMITED
TRANSITIONS OPTICAL LIMITED
TRANSITIONS OPTICAL LIMITED
TRANSITIONS OPTICAL LIMITED
TRANSITIONS OPTICAL LIMITED
TRANSITIONS OPTICAL LIMITED
TRANSITIONS OPTICAL LIMITED
TRANSITIONS OPTICAL LIMITED
TRANSITIONS OPTICAL LIMITED
TRANSITIONS OPTICAL LIMITED
TRANSITIONS OPTICAL LIMITED
TRANSITIONS OPTICAL LIMITED
TRANSITIONS OPTICAL LIMITED
TRANSITIONS OPTICAL LIMITED
GLAXOSMITHKLINE INTELLECTUAL
PROPERTY (No2) LTD
ALTECH NETSTAR (PROPRIETARY)
LIMITED
SCOTT, SYRONA; SENARATNE,
RYAN AND KO, CHING-WHAN
DASSAULT SYSTEMES CANADA
SOFTWARE INC.
DASSAULT SYSTEMES CANADA
SOFTWARE INC.
Assignor
TRANSITIONS OPTICAL, INC.
TRANSITIONS OPTICAL, INC.
TRANSITIONS OPTICAL, INC.
TRANSITIONS OPTICAL, INC.
TRANSITIONS OPTICAL, INC.
TRANSITIONS OPTICAL, INC.
TRANSITIONS OPTICAL, INC.
TRANSITIONS OPTICAL, INC.
TRANSITIONS OPTICAL, INC.
TRANSITIONS OPTICAL, INC.
TRANSITIONS OPTICAL, INC.
TRANSITIONS OPTICAL, INC.
TRANSITIONS OPTICAL, INC.
TRANSITIONS OPTICAL, INC.
TRANSITIONS OPTICAL, INC.
TRANSITIONS OPTICAL, INC.
TRANSITIONS OPTICAL, INC.
TRANSITIONS OPTICAL, INC.
TRANSITIONS OPTICAL, INC.
TRANSITIONS OPTICAL, INC.
TRANSITIONS OPTICAL, INC.
TRANSITIONS OPTICAL, INC.
TRANSITIONS OPTICAL, INC.
TRANSITIONS OPTICAL, INC.
TRANSITIONS OPTICAL, INC.
TRANSITIONS OPTICAL, INC.
TRANSITIONS OPTICAL, INC.
TRANSITIONS OPTICAL, INC.
TRANSITIONS OPTICAL, INC.
TRANSITIONS OPTICAL, INC.
TRANSITIONS OPTICAL, INC.
TRANSITIONS OPTICAL, INC.
TRANSITIONS OPTICAL, INC.
TRANSITIONS OPTICAL, INC.
TRANSITIONS OPTICAL, INC.
NOVARTIS PHARMA AG
ALTRON TMT (PTY) LTD-ALTECH
NETSTAR INTERNATIONAL
DIVISION
INEOS BIO S.A.
DASSALUT SYSTEMES CANADA
INC.
DASSALUT SYSTEMES CANADA
INC.
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Application Number
PATENT JOURNAL
Assignee
Assignor
2005/05856
2012/04496
2007/10745
OXFORD AMHERST CORPORATION
PHARMACYCLICS, INC.
OXFORD AMHERST LLC
LUCK, PIETER GERHARD
SASOL TECHNOLOGY
PROPRIETARY LIMITED
GARRETT MORASKI AND MARVIN J.
MILLER
PRO 3 PRODUCTS PTY LTD
ROHM AND HAAS COMPANY
VALEANT PHARMACEUTICALS
LUXEMBOURG S.A.R.L
ROHM AND HAAS COMPANY
ABBOTT LABORATORIES
MPEX PHARMACEUTICALS, INC.
2007/10745
TRIPEX PHARMACEUTICALS, LLC
2014/05372
2013/00154
ASHLAND LICENSING AND
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LLC
THERAVANCE, INC.
2010/07106
STEVENSON GROUP LIMITED
2012/03444
2012/03469
2013/04139
2013/04189
2009/07710
2005/00151
2013/02308
NOVARTIS PHARMA AG
ITM ISOTOPEN TECHNOLOGIEN
MUNCHEN AG
NOVARTIS PHARMA AG
NOVARTIS PHARMA AG
NOVARTIS PHARMA AG
NOVARTIS PHARMA AG
GEORGE MANUEL MORAIS
2015/03442
2015/02261
2015/02534
2013/00543
2006/00594
2005/00151
2012/00967
JANIGRAPH (PTY) LTD
EVONIK INDUSTRIES AG
THE COCA-COLA COMPANY
SEGETIS, INC.
LEVINSKI, LEONID
CYTOS BIOTECHNOLGY AG
RECKITT BENCKISER N.V.
2012/05866
RECKITT BENCKISER N.V.
2014/09085
BERGEN BROODRYK
2013/07887
GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY
PHARMACYCLICS, INC.
OXFORD AMHERST LLC
PHARMACYCLICS LLC
LUCK WOLFGANG
LURGI CLEAN COAL
TECHNOLOGY (PTY) LTD
UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME
DU LAC.
PRO 3 SAFETY PTY LTD
AGROFRESH INC.
1ST ORDER PHARMACEUTICALS
INC.
AGROFRESH INC.
ABBVIE INC.
TRIPEX PHARMACEUTICALS,
LLC
RAPTOR PHARMACEUTICALS
INC.
SOLENIS TECHNOLOGIES
CAYMAN, L.P.
THERAVANCE BIOPHARMA R&D
IP, LLC
SUSPENDED SOLIDS
RECOVERY LIMITED
NOVARTIS AG
ONCOBETA INTERNATIONAL
GMBH
NOVARTIS AG
NOVARTIS AG
NOVARTIS AG
NOVARTIS AG
UNIVERSAL CLUB MASTER
(PTY) LTD
TURTON, ANTHONY RICHARD
EVONIK DEGUSSA GMBH
CHR. HANSEN A/S
GFBIOCHEMICALS LTD
THERMISSION AG
NOVARTIS PHARMA AG
RECKITT BENCKISER VANISH
B.V.
RECKITT BENCKISER VANISH
B.V.
QUICKFLOW BEVERAGE
TECHNOLGY (PTY) LTD
MRH METERS LLC
2014/01329
2014/01329
2014/01329
2015/03916
2006/08454
2015/01049
2013/05214
2005/05855
2009/01977
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Application Number
2015/00761
2014/05731
PATENT JOURNAL
Assignee
2012/07790
GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY
INTERCONTINENTAL GREAT
BRANDS LLC
IMMURON LIMITED
2012/07790
THE UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE
2012/07790
2012/07790
KRAMSKI, MARIT;CENTER, ROBERT
JOHN; PURCELL, DAMIAN FJ
LUATH TECHNOLOGY PTY LTD
2012/00360
STRYKER IRELAND LTD
Assignor
MRH METERS LLC
THE ADDITIVE ADVANTAGE, LLC
THE UNIVERSITY OF
MELBOURNE
KRAMSKI, MARIT;CENTER,
ROBERT JOHN; PURCELL,
DAMIAN FJ
LUATH TECHNOLOGY PTY LTD
REEF PHARMACEUTICALS PTY
LTD
STRYKER MEDTECH LIMITED
CHANGE OF NAME IN TERMS OF REGULATION 39
Application Number
1997/04576
2013/07887
2015/00761
2013/08244
In the name of
H.L. HALL & SONS LIMITED
MRH METERS LLC
MRH METERS LLC
NYCOMED GERMANY HOLDING
GMBH
New name
HL HALL AND SONS (PTY) LTD
ACLARA METERS LLC
ACLARA METERS LLC
TAKEDA GMBH
PATENT LICENSES IN TERMS OF SECTION 53 (7)-REGULATIONS 62 AND 63
Application Number
Assignor
2006/08454
SASOL TECHNOLOGY
(PROPRIETARY) LIMITED
2013/05214
PRO 3 SAFETY PTY LTD
Assignee
LURGI CLEAN COAL
TECHNOLOGY (PROPRIETARY)
LIMITED
PRO 3 PRODUCTS PTY LTD
PATENT APPLICATIONS ABANDONED OR WITHDRAWN
No records available.
APPLICATION FOR RESTORATION OF A LAPSED PATENT
THE PATENTS ACT, No. 57 OF 1978
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APPLICATION FOR THE RESTORATION OF A LAPSED PATENT UNDER SECTION 47 OF THE ACT
Notice is hereby given that SMARTMOBI TRADING CC OF ADAMS & ADAMS, 4 DAVENTRY ROAD,
LYNNWOOD MANOR, PRETORIA, 0001, made application for the restoration of the patent granted to the said
SMARTMOBI TRADING CC for an invention EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT METHOD numbered 2009/06016,
dated 31/08/2009 which became void on 31/08/2014, owing to the non-payment of the prescribed renewal fee.
Any person may give notice on Patent Form No. 19 of opposition to the restoration of the patent within two
months of the advertisement hereof.
Notice is hereby given that MORVUS TECHNOLOGY LIMITED OF ADAMS & ADAMS, 4 DAVENTRY ROAD,
LYNNWOOD MANOR, PRETORIA, 0001, made application for the restoration of the patent granted to the said
MORVUS TECHNOLOGY LIMITED for an invention VERMIN POISON numbered 2009/02962, dated 29/04/2009
which became void on 28/09/2015, owing to the non-payment of the prescribed renewal fee.
Any person may give notice on Patent Form No. 19 of opposition to the restoration of the patent within two
months of the advertisement hereof.
Notice is hereby given that TECHNISCHE UNIVERSITEIT DELFT OF ADAMS & ADAMS, 4 DAVENTRY ROAD,
LYNNWOOD MANOR, PRETORIA, 0001, made application for the restoration of the patent granted to the said
TECHNISCHE UNIVERSITEIT DELFIT for an invention METHOD FOR OBTAINING AN OPEN
PHOTOTROPHIC CULTURE WITH IMPROVED STORADE COMPOUND PRODUCTION CAPACITY numbered
2014/00916, dated 06/02/2014 which became void on 18/07/2015, owing to the non-payment of the prescribed
renewal fee.
Any person may give notice on Patent Form No. 19 of opposition to the restoration of the patent within two
months of the advertisement hereof.
Notice is hereby given that JOHN SHEATH OF EDWARD NATHAN & SONNENBERGS, DOCEX 152,
RANDBURG, 2125, made application for the restoration of the patent granted to the said JOHN SHEATH for an
invention AIRCONDITIONING TREATMENT SYSTEM numbered 2007/04494, dated 30/06/2007 which became
void on 30/05/2015, owing to the non-payment of the prescribed renewal fee.
Any person may give notice on Patent Form No. 19 of opposition to the restoration of the patent within two
months of the advertisement hereof.
Notice is hereby given that WATER RESEARCH COMMISSION OF SMITH & VAN WYK, made application for
the restoration of the patent granted to the said WATER RESEARCH COMMISSION for an invention
SYNTHESIS OF ZEOLITES numbered 2007/10828, dated 11/12/2007 which became void on 11/12/2014, owing
to the non-payment of the prescribed renewal fee.
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Any person may give notice on Patent Form No. 19 of opposition to the restoration of the patent within two
months of the advertisement hereof.
Notice is hereby given that GOMOLEMO NKAELANG SAMUEL OF P.O.BOX 92, TLAKGAMENG, 8601, made
application for the restoration of the patent granted to the said GOMOLEMO NKAELANG SAMUEL for an
invention SPORTS GOAL numbered 2010/0834, dated 29/11/2010 which became void on 29/11/2014, owing to
the non-payment of the prescribed renewal fee.
Any person may give notice on Patent Form No. 19 of opposition to the restoration of the patent within two
months of the advertisement hereof.
THE PATENTS ACT, No. 57 OF 1978
APPLICATION FOR VOLUNTARY SURRENDER OF PATENTS UNDER SECTION 64 (1), REGULATION 67
OF THE ACT
No records available
APPLICATIONS TO AMEND SPECIFICATION
THE PATENTS ACT, 1978
APPLICATIONS TO AMEND SPECIFICATION
A copy of the original specification on which the proposed amendment is indicated in red, is now available for
public inspection at the Patent Office.
Any notice of opposition (on Patent Form 19) must be lodged at the Patent Office within two months from the date
hereof.
Registrar of Patent
Applicant: BIOLAB SANUS FARMACEUTICAL LTDA.; UNIVERSIDADE FEDERAL DO RIO GRANDE DO
SUL-UFRGS. AV. PAULO AYRES, 2080, VILA LASI, 04071-900 TABOAO DA SERRA-SP, BRAZIL., AV.
PAULO GAMA, 110, FARROUPILHA, 90046-900 ALEGRA-RS, BRZIL. request permission to amend the
specification of letters: 2011/03285 of 05 May 2011 for NANOPARTICLE SYSTEM COMPRISING OIL AND
FILTER.
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A copy of the original specification on which the proposed amendment is indicated in red, is now available for
public inspection at the Patent Office.
Any notice of opposition (on Patent Form 19) must be lodged at the Patent Office within two months from the date
hereof.
Registrar of Patents
Applicant: ARES TRADING S.A. ZONE INDUSTRIRLLE DE L’OURIETTAZ, CH-1170, AUBONNE,
SWITZERLAND. request permission to amend the specification of letters: 2009/00426 of 24 August 2007 for
TREATMENT OF CARTILAGE DISORDERS WITH FGF-18.
A copy of the original specification on which the proposed amendment is indicated in red, is now available for
public inspection at the Patent Office.
Any notice of opposition (on Patent Form 19) must be lodged at the Patent Office within two months from the date
hereof.
Registrar of Patents
Applicant: NATIONAL TAIWAN UNIVERSITY.; NATIONAL YANG-MING UNIVERSITY.; DCB-USA LLC. NO.
1, SEC. 4, ROOSEVELT ROAD, TAIPEI, 10617, TAIWAN.; NO. 155, SEC.2, LINONG STREET, TAIPEI, 112,
TAIWAN.; 1007 NORTH ORANGE STREET, 9TH FLOOR, NEW CASTLE COUNTY, WILNGTON, 19801,
DELAWARE, USA. request permission to amend the specification of letters: 2014/00757 of 03 August 2012 for
AGONISTS OF SRC HOMOLOGY-2 CONTAINING PROTEIN TYROSINE PHOSPHATASE-1 AND
TREATMENT METHODS USING THE SAME.
A copy of the original specification on which the proposed amendment is indicated in red, is now available for
public inspection at the Patent Office.
Any notice of opposition (on Patent Form 19) must be lodged at the Patent Office within two months from the date
hereof.
Registrar of Patents
Applicant: PIERRE FABRE MEDICAMENT. 45, PLACE ABEL GANCE, F-92100 BOULOGNE-BILLANCOURT,
FRANCE. request permission to amend the specification of letters: 2009/02697 of 20 April 2009 for METHOD
FOR GENERATING ACTIVE ANTIBODIES AGAINST A RESISTANCE ANTIGEN, ANTIBODIES OBTAINED
BY SAID METHOD AND THEIR USES.
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A copy of the original specification on which the proposed amendment is indicated in red, is now available for
public inspection at the Patent Office.
Any notice of opposition (on Patent Form 19) must be lodged at the Patent Office within two months from the date
hereof.
Registrar of Patents
INSPECTION OF SPECIFICATIONS
A complete specification may, after acceptance is advertised, be inspected during office hours at the Patent
Office, Pretoria, at a charge of R4, 00. Please note, that in terms of section 43 (3) if the acceptance of an
application which claims priority in terms of section 31 (1) (c) is not published in terms of section 42 within 18
months from the earliest priority claimed from the relevant application in a convention country, it shall be opened
to public inspection after the expiration of 18 months from the earliest priority so claimed.
APPLICATIONS FOR PATENTS
Copies of these specifications cannot be supplied until the applications have been accepted and advertised, or in
the case of convention applications, until 18 months from the date of the application in the convention
THE PARTICULARS APPEAR IN THE FOLLOWING SEQUENCE
Application number ~ Nature ~ 54: Representation of mark ~ 73: Name of applicants ~ 74: Address for service ~
51: International classification ~ 57: Specification of goods/services ~58: Endorsement(s) ~ 33: Country of priority
~ 31: Priority number ~ 32: Priority Date
-APPLIED ON 6/25/20162016/04347 ~ Complete ~54:REMOVABLE AND AUTOMATICALLY RE-LATCHING TRAY DEVICE AND
METHOD ~71:FIO CORPORATION, 111 Queen Street East, Suite 500, Toronto, Ontario M5C 1S2,, Canada ~72:
SHOHAM,Gilad~ 33:US ~31:61/909,348 ~32:26/11/2013
2016/04422 ~ Provisional ~54:SMART SENSING DETECTION SYSTEMS FOR MINIBUS TAXIS ~71:Emanuel
Pillay, 63 Sledgrove Close, Grove-End, South Africa ~72: Emanuel Pillay~
2016/04319 ~ Provisional ~54:PURIFICATION OF POLLUTED AIR ~71:VAN NIEKERK, Erasmus, Krayigenweg
42, 3074 Muri/b, Bern, SWITZERLAND, Switzerland ~72: VAN NIEKERK, Erasmus~
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2016/04333 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD FOR REMOVING HYDRAULIC SUPPORT FOR SOLID FILLING COAL
MINING ~71:China University of Mining and Technology, Science Academy of China University of Mining and
Technology, No. 1 University Road, XUZHOU 221116, JIANGSU, CHINA (P.R.C.), People's Republic of China
~72: DENG, Xuejie;JU, Feng;MIAO, Xiexing;WANG, Xufeng;ZHANG, Jixiong~ 33:CN ~31:201410291182.2
~32:25/06/2014
2016/04329 ~ Complete ~54:DEVICE FOR PRODUCING GREEN COAL FOR AGRICULTURAL USE ~71:Rawya
Lotfy MANSOUR, Le Victoria, 13 Bd Princesse Charlotte, Monaco ~72: Rawya Lotfy MANSOUR~ 33:FR ~31:13
62090 ~32:04/12/2013
2016/04331 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD FOR SELECTING TICK ANTIGENS AND ANTIGENIC COMPOSITIONS
AGAINST TICKS ~71:Office of Technology Transfer of National Institutes of Health, Rua Rockledge Drive, 6610
Bethesda, 20892, MARYLAND, USA, United States of America;Universidade De São Paulo, Avenida Torres de
Oliveira, 76 - Jaguaré, SÃO PAULO CEP-05347-902 , BRAZIL, Brazil ~72: ANATRIELLO, Elen;BRANDAO,
Lucinda Giampietro;FERREIRA, Beatriz Rossetti;GARCIA, Gustavo Rocha;MARUYAMA, Sandra Regina
Costa;MORÉ, Daniela Dantas;RIBEIRO, José Marcos Chaves;SANTOS, Isabel Kinney Ferreira de
Miranda;VALENZUELA, Jesus Gilberto;VERÍSSIMO, Cecília José~ 33:BR ~31:102013030662-2 ~32:28/11/2013
2016/04332 ~ Complete ~54:SYSTEM FOR STORING AND DISTRIBUTING AN NO/NITROGEN GASEOUS
MIXTURE ~71:Air Liquide Sante (International), 75, Quai d'Orsay, PARIS F-75007, FRANCE, France ~72:
BESÈME, Catherine;DE VILLEMEUR, Pierre;LECOURT, Laurent~ 33:FR ~31:1362490 ~32:12/12/2013
2016/04317 ~ Provisional ~54:APPARATUS FOR THE SEPARATION OF ELEMENTAL CARBON FROM OIL
USING HIGH VOLTAGE COAGULATION ~71:David Dougans, 12 Roosevelt rd, South Africa ~72: Dave
Dougans~
2016/04321 ~ Provisional ~54:A METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR MONITORING ROTOR BLADES OF A
TURBOMACHINE USING BLADE TIP TIMING (BTT) ~71:UNIVERSITY OF PRETORIA, Lynnwood Road,
Hillcrest, PRETORIA 0002, Gauteng Province, SOUTH AFRICA, South Africa ~72: DIAMOND, David
Hercules;HEYNS, Philippus Stephanus;OBERHOLSTER, Abraham Johannes~
2016/04324 ~ Complete ~54:YIELDING STOPE SUPPORT WITH WEDGE-BALL YIELDING MECHANISM
~71:PIENAAR, Frans Petrus Roelof; HOWELL, Mark, 10 Vegkop Street, Noordheuwel, South Africa ~72:
PIENAAR, Frans Petrus Roelof; HOWELL, Mark~ 33:ZA ~31:2015/02134 ~32:27/03/2015
2016/04326 ~ Complete ~54:ALKOXYSILYL-CONTAINING ADHESIVE SEALANTS WITH INTRINSICALLY
REDUCED VISCOSITY ~71:EVONIK DEGUSSA GMBH, RELLINGHAUSER STRASSE 1-11, 45128 ESSEN,
GERMANY, Germany ~72: FERENZ, Michael;LEWIN, Anke;LOBERT, Matthias;SCHUBERT, Frank~ 33:DE
~31:102013224708.7 ~32:03/12/2013
2016/04327 ~ Complete ~54:DISPLAY OF INFORMATION ON A HEAD MOUNTED DISPLAY ~71:NOKIA
TECHNOLOGIES OY, KARAPORTTI 3, 02610 ESPOO, FINLAND, Finland ~72: DESJARDINS,
Audrey;NGUYEN, David;VIDAL, Melodie~
2016/04334 ~ Complete ~54:SELECTION PROCESS OF TICK ANTIGENS AND ANTI-TICK ANTIGENIC
COMPOSITION ~71:OFFICE OF TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER OF NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH, Rua
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Rockledge Drive, 6610, United States of America;UNIVERSIDADE DE SÃO PAULO, Avenida Torres de Oliveira,
Brazil ~72: ANATRIELLO, Elen;BRANDAO, Lucinda Giampietro;FERREIRA, Beatriz Rossetti;GARCIA, Gustavo
Rocha;MARUYAMA, Sandra Regina Costa;MORÉ, Daniela Dantas;RIBEIRO, José Marcos Chaves;SANTOS,
Isabel Kinney Ferreira de Miranda;VALENZUELA, Jesus Gilberto;VERÍSSIMO, Cecília José~ 33:BR
~31:BR102013030662-2 ~32:28/11/2013
2016/04336 ~ Complete ~54:ENERGY CONVERTING APPARATUS ~71:VAN BLERK, Coenraad, Frederik, 33
Spreeu Street, Sunward Park, South Africa ~72: VAN BLERK, Coenraad, Frederik~ 33:IB
~31:PCT/IB2014/066392 ~32:27/11/2014
2016/04337 ~ Complete ~54:CONTAINER-DRUM STRUCTURAL ARRANGEMENT ~71:PISANI PLÁSTICOS
S.A., 116Km 146, 3 n° 15602 CEP-95059-520, Brazil;RIGESA, CELULOSE, PAPEL E EMBALAGENS LTDA,
Rua 13 de Maio n° 755 CEP-13276-020, Brazil ~72: MIRANDA, Rafael Domingos;WEBBER, Paulo Francisco~
2016/04338 ~ Complete ~54:TRAY MADE FROM CARDBOARD SHEET MATERIAL FOR MANUAL ASSEMBLY
AND BLANK FOR PRODUCING SUCH A TRAY ~71:OTOR, 8 Terrasse Bellini, France ~72: BOURDIN, Olivier~
33:FR ~31:1400297 ~32:03/02/2014
2016/04339 ~ Complete ~54:A TUBULAR MEMBRANE WITH A HELICAL RIDGE, AS WELL AS A METHOD
AND APPARATUS FOR PRODUCING SUCH A TUBULAR MEMBRANE ~71:X-FLOW B.V., 50, Marssteden,
Netherlands ~72: KOEL, Stefan;OBORNÝ, Radek;POTRECK, Jens~ 33:NL ~31:2012109 ~32:20/01/2014
2016/04340 ~ Complete ~54:ELECTRONIC DETONATOR ~71:DAVEY BICKFORD, Le Moulin Gaspard, F89550, Hery, France ~72: FRANCK GUYON;MICHEL BOULMEAU~ 33:FR ~31:1361781 ~32:28/11/2013
2016/04341 ~ Complete ~54:SYSTEMS AND METHODS FOR ESTIMATING FEED EFFICIENCY AND CARBON
FOOTPRINT FOR MILK PRODUCING ANIMAL ~71:ALLTECH, INC., 3031 Catnip Hill Pike, Nicholasville, 40356,
Kentucky, United States of America ~72: JAMES DENNISON JOHNSTON;KARL A DAWSON;ROBIN
ALEXANDER JOHNSTON;TYLER COLE BRAMBLE~ 33:CA ~31:2839027 ~32:02/01/2014;33:CA ~31:2839027
~32:30/12/2014
2016/04342 ~ Complete ~54:SYSTEMS AND METHODS FOR ESTIMATING FEED EFFICIENCY AND CARBON
FOOTPRINT FOR MEAT PRODUCING ANIMAL ~71:ALLTECH, INC., 3031 Catnip Hill Pike, Nicholasville,
40356, Kentucky, United States of America ~72: JAMES DENNISON JOHNSTON;KARL A DAWSON;ROBIN
ALEXANDER JOHNSTON;TYLER COLE BRAMBLE~ 33:CA ~31:2839029 ~32:02/01/2014;33:CA ~31:2839029
~32:30/12/2014
2016/04343 ~ Complete ~54:METALLURGICAL FURNACE ~71:TECNORED DESENVOLVIMENTO
TECNOLOGICO S.A., Rua Marechal Deodoro, nº 18, salas 05 e 06, Pindamonhangaba, 12401-010 , São Paulo,
Brazil ~72: HERMES JOAQUIM FERREIRA FILHO;KLEITON GONÇALVES LOVATI~ 33:BR
~31:BR102013033702-1 ~32:27/12/2013
2016/04344 ~ Complete ~54:HYBRID THERMAL AND ELECTROCHEMICAL ENERGY STORAGE
~71:ABENGOA SOLAR LLC, 1250 Simms St., Lakewood, 80401, Colorado, United States of America ~72:
BRIAN LUPTOWSKI;KERRY MANNING~ 33:US ~31:61/909,589 ~32:27/11/2013
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2016/04345 ~ Complete ~54:CRYSTALLINE FORMS OF ANTIVIRAL SOFOSBUVIR ANALOGUES ~71:Gilead
Pharmasset LLC, 333 Lakeside Drive, United States of America ~72: CASTEEL, Melissa, Jean;;DASHNER,
Kathleen;;JUNG, Hyuk-jun;;SEO, Mun, Sik;;SHI, Bing;;WANG, Fang;;ZIA, Vahid;~ 33:US ~31:61/920,371
~32:23/12/2013
2016/04328 ~ Complete ~54:1,2-NAPHTHOQUINONE DERIVATIVE AND METHOD FOR PREPARING SAME
~71:KT&G LIFE SCIENCES CORPORATION, 71, BEOTKKOT-GIL DAEDEOK-GU DAEJEON 306-712, REP OF
KOREA, Republic of Korea ~72: KIM, Bo Jung;KWAK, Tae Hwan;LEE, Kyu Dae;LEE, Mi Jung;LEE, Seung
Hoon;LEE, Whee Seong;LEE, You-Hui;ROH, Tae Cheul~ 33:KR ~31:10-2013-0166585 ~32:30/12/2013
2016/04385 ~ Provisional ~54:CENTRAL TRAFFIC INTELLIGENCE SYSTEM ~71:LEONARD MASENDA, 32
Hillcrest, Barbet St, Carlswald Village,, South Africa ~72: LEONARD MASENDA~
2016/04325 ~ Complete ~54:FIN-BASED WATERCRAFT PROPULSION SYSTEM ~71:GARTHWAITE, Martin,
10155 NE WINTHER ROAD, BAINBRIDGE ISLAND, WA 98110, USA, United States of America ~72: ABELL,
Nathan;GARTHWAITE, Martin;HELLRIEGEL, Stephen~ 33:US ~31:61/911,888 ~32:04/12/2013;33:US
~31:61/936,419 ~32:06/02/2014
2016/04318 ~ Provisional ~54:MOBILE TRAINING ~71:Carl Marks, 62 Steyn street Eastridge Mitchell's Plain,
South Africa ~72: Carl Marks;Matthew Marks~
2016/04320 ~ Provisional ~54:A HEADBOARD FOR A MINE PROP ~71:BRECKLE, Gavin, Bruce, 13 JOSEF
STREET, KLERKSDORP, 2571, SOUTH AFRICA, South Africa ~72: BRECKLE, Gavin, Bruce~
2016/04322 ~ Provisional ~54:A METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR PERFORMING RESONANCE DETECTION IN
ROTOR BLADES OF A TURBOMACHINE USING BLADE TIP TIMING (BTT) ~71:UNIVERSITY OF PRETORIA,
Lynnwood Road, Hillcrest, PRETORIA 0002, Gauteng Province, SOUTH AFRICA, South Africa ~72: DIAMOND,
David Hercules;HEYNS, Philippus Stephanus;OBERHOLSTER, Abraham Johannes~
2016/04323 ~ Provisional ~54:PROTECTION STRUCTURE ~71:PAPENFUS, Nicholas Jacques, 19 Cuyler
Street, South Africa ~72: PAPENFUS, Nicholas Jacques~
2016/04346 ~ Complete ~54:FILTERS FOR INFUSION SETS ~71:NOVARTIS AG, Lichtstrasse 35, CH-4056
Basel,, Switzerland ~72: BESHEER,Ahmed;BILLINGTON,Michael;HOLBRO,Thomas;SUTTER,Marc~ 33:US
~31:61/935,014 ~32:03/02/2014
2016/04348 ~ Complete ~54:INDUCTIVE HEATING DEVICE AND SYSTEM FOR AEROSOL GENERATION
~71:PHILIP MORRIS PRODUCTS S.A., Quai Jeanrenaud 3, CH-2000 Neuchatel,, Switzerland ~72:
MIRONOV,Oleg~ 33:EP ~31:14169188.1 ~32:21/05/2014
2016/04335 ~ Complete ~54:LAYER ASSEMBLY COMPRISING MINERAL MATERIAL AND GLASS AND
METHOD FOR THE PRODUCTION THEREOF ~71:THOMAS HOFBERGER GMBH, Bergstraße 10, Germany
~72: HOFBERGER, Thomas~ 33:DE ~31:10 2013 114 856.5 ~32:23/12/2013
2016/04349 ~ Complete ~54:INDUCTIVE HEATING DEVICE,AEROSOL-DELIVERY SYSTEM COMPRISING AN
INDUCTIVE HEATING DEVICE,AND METHOD OF OPERATING SAME. ~71:PHILIP MORRIS PRODUCTS,
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Quai Jeanrenaud 3, CH-2000 Neuchatel,, Switzerland ~72:
FURSA,Oleg;MIRONOV,Oleg;ZINOVIK,Ihar,Nikolaevich~ 33:EP ~31:14169191.5 ~32:21/05/2014
2016/04350 ~ Complete ~54:GRINDER FOR COFFEE MACHINES ~71:JURA ELEKTROAPPARATE AG,
KAFFEEWELTSTRASSE 10, 4626, NIEDERBUCHSITEN,, Switzerland ~72:
BUTTIKER,PHILIPP;PROBST,STEPHAN;SAHLI,GEORG~ 33:EP ~31:15405045.4 ~32:10/07/2015
2016/04330 ~ Complete ~54:VEHICLE CHASSIS AND SUSPENSION SYSTEM ~71:SWSRMR PTY LTD, 214
McLean Road South Camp Mountain,, Australia ~72: SCHLIEBS, RONALD EDWARD~ 33:AU ~31:2013904991
~32:20/12/2013
2016/04386 ~ Provisional ~54:GREEN CISTERN ~71:SOLLY GORDON NKOSI, 907 Masa Street, Naledi,, South
Africa ~72: MONYATSO TERRANCE MOTSOALEDI;SOLLY GORDON NKOSI;THABISILE SONIA NKOSI~
-APPLIED ON 6/28/20162016/04395 ~ Complete ~54:MINE SHIELDED TRAILING CABLE AND MANUFACTURING PROCESS
THEREOF ~71:JIANGSU HENGTONG POWER CABLE CO., LTD, No.88,Hengtong Road, Qidu Town,Wujing
District,Suzhou City, People's Republic of China ~72: BAO, Jichong;CAO, Weijian;GUAN, Xinyuan;GUO,
Jianxu;JIANG, Binbin;QIAN,Ziming~ 33:CN ~31:201510140506.7 ~32:27/03/2015
2016/04396 ~ Complete ~54:RUBBER SHEATH MATERIAL FOR MINE CABLE AND PREPARATION
PROCESS THEREOF ~71:JIANGSU HENGTONG POWER CABLE CO. ,LTD, No.88,Hengtong Road,Qidu
Town,Wujing District,Suzhou City, People's Republic of China ~72: BAO; Jichong;CAO, Weijian;GUAN,
Xinyuan;GUO, Jianxu;JIANG, Binbin;QIAN, Ziming~ 33:CN ~31:201510138708.8 ~32:27/03/2015
2016/04354 ~ Provisional ~54:HEATING ELEMENT ~71:GARY BOTHA and EGON VAN DER ZEE, 5a Argyle
Avenue, Buccleuch, South Africa ~72: GARY BOTHA~
2016/04376 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD FOR PRODUCING MANGANESE ORE PELLETS ~71:Outotec (Finland)
Oy, Rauhalanpuisto 9, ESPOO 02230, FINLAND, Finland ~72: KIVINEN, Visa;KROGERUS, Helge;MÄKELÄ,
Pasi~ 33:FI ~31:20136276 ~32:17/12/2013
2016/04377 ~ Complete ~54:CIRCULATION ALL-IN-ONE MACHINE AND BANK NOTE DISTRIBUTING DEVICE
THEREOF ~71:GRG Banking Equipment Co., Ltd., 9 Kelin Road, Science City, Luogang District, GUANGZHOU
510663, GUANGDONG, CHINA (P.R.C.), People's Republic of China ~72: JIANG, Zhuang;SUN, Zhiqiang;ZHU,
Yuehui~ 33:CN ~31:201410240095.4 ~32:30/05/2014
2016/04378 ~ Complete ~54:SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR INCREASING SPOT BEAM SATELLITE
BANDWIDTH ~71:Kratos Integral Holdings, LLC, 4820 Eastgate Mall, Suite 200, SAN DIEGO 92121, CA, USA,
United States of America ~72: DAUGHTRIDGE, Stuart;ORNDORFF, Timothy;POTTER, Robert~ 33:US
~31:61/930,802 ~32:23/01/2014
2016/04380 ~ Complete ~54:TOP SUPPORTED MAINSHAFT SUSPENSION SYSTEM ~71:METSO MINERALS
INDUSTRIES, INC., 20965 Crossroads Circle, United States of America ~72: POLINSKI, Donald, J.;URBINATTI,
Victor, G.~ 33:US ~31:14/154,230 ~32:14/01/2014
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2016/04379 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD AND WET SCRUBBER FOR REMOVING PARTICLES FROM GASES
~71:Outotec (Finland) Oy, Rauhalanpuisto 9, ESPOO FI-02230, FINLAND, Finland ~72: GUSTAVSSON,
Anders;HEDSTRÖM, Lars;JOHANSSON, Robert;JYRKÖNEN, Satu;SKILLING, Leif;XIA, Jiliang~ 33:FI
~31:20136308 ~32:20/12/2013
2016/04352 ~ Provisional ~54:A METALLISED WOUND DRESSING ~71:NEL, Hugo Barrie, 50A Garden Road
Orchards Johannesburg, South Africa ~72: NEL, Hugo Barrie~
2016/04356 ~ Complete ~54:A MAGNETIC CLIP ARRANGEMENT ~71:FOXCROFT, Henry Lourence, No. 20
Swallow's Nest, Caravelle Street, BARTLETT, Boksburg 1472, Gauteng, SOUTH AFRICA, South
Africa;FOXCROFT, Liezl, No. 20 Swallow's Nest, Caravelle Street, BARTLETT, Boksburg 1472, Gauteng,
SOUTH AFRICA, South Africa ~72: FOXCROFT, Henry Lourence;FOXCROFT, Liezl~
2016/04357 ~ Complete ~54:SMELTING PROCESS AND APPARATUS ~71:TECHNOLOGICAL RESOURCES
PTY. LIMITED, 123 Albert Street, Brisbane, 4000, Queensland, Australia ~72: JACQUES PILOTE;MARK
PRESTON DAVIS~ 33:AU ~31:2013904748 ~32:06/12/2013
2016/04366 ~ Complete ~54:INFANT NUTRITION FOR IMPROVEMENT IN INSULIN SENSITIVITY LATER IN
LIFE ~71:Nestec S.A., Avenue Nestlé 55, VEVEY CH-1800, SWITZERLAND, Switzerland ~72: BLANCHER,
Florence;MACE, Catherine;SHAHKHALILI DULLOO, Yassaman~ 33:EP ~31:13195014.9 ~32:29/11/2013
2016/04367 ~ Complete ~54:DEVICES, SYSTEMS AND METHODS OF ASSESSING THE RISK OF OBESITY
LATER IN LIFE OF AN INFANT OR A YOUNG CHILD ~71:Nestec S.A., Avenue Nestlé 55, VEVEY CH-1800,
SWITZERLAND, Switzerland ~72: SPIVEY-KROBATH, Evelyn~ 33:US ~31:61/910,140 ~32:29/11/2013
2016/04368 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD, SYSTEM AND APPARATUS FOR ADAPTIVE QUOTA
DETERMINATION FOR SHARED RESOURCES ~71:Redknee Inc., 2560 Matheson Blvd. East, Suite 500,
MISSISSAUGA L4W 4Y9, ON, CANADA, Canada ~72: GLEINIG, Uwe;OLTMANNS, Claudia~ 33:US
~31:61/984,356 ~32:25/04/2014
2016/04369 ~ Complete ~54:GENOMIC REARRANGEMENTS ASSOCIATED WITH PROSTATE CANCER AND
METHODS OF USING THE SAME ~71:Genomatix, Bayerstrasse 85a, MUNICH 80335, GERMANY,
Germany;The Henry M. Jackson Foundation for the Advancement of Military Medicine, Inc., 6720a Rockledge
Drive, Suite 100, BETHESDA 20817, MD, USA, United States of America ~72: DOBI, Albert;PETROVICS,
Gyorgy;SCHERF, Matthias;SEIFERT, Martin;SRIVASTAVA, Shiv K.;WERNER, Thomas~ 33:US ~31:61/921,780
~32:30/12/2013
2016/04370 ~ Complete ~54:PROSTATE CANCER GENE PROFILES AND METHODS OF USING THE SAME
~71:Genomatix, Bayerstrasse 85a, MUNICH 80335, GERMANY, Germany;The Henry M. Jackson Foundation for
the Advancement of Military Medicine, Inc., 6720A Rockledge Drive, Suite 100, BETHESDA 20817, MD, USA,
United States of America ~72: DOBI, Albert;PETROVICS, Gyorgy;SCHERF, Matthias;SEIFERT,
Martin;SRIVASTAVA, Shiv K.;WERNER, Thomas~ 33:US ~31:61/921,739 ~32:30/12/2013
2016/04371 ~ Complete ~54:USE OF NUTRITIONAL COMPOSITIONS HAVING A LOW PROTEIN AMOUNT
~71:Nestec S.A., Avenue Nestlé 55, VEVEY CH-1800, SWITZERLAND, Switzerland ~72: EGLI,
Delphine;HASCHKE, Ferdinand;HUBER-HAAG, Karl-Josef;STEENHOUT, Philippe;TAN, Sze~
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2016/04372 ~ Complete ~54:NUTRITIONAL COMPOSITIONS WITH PHOSPHOLIPIDS ~71:Nestec S.A., Avenue
Nestlé 55, VEVEY CH-1800, SWITZERLAND, Switzerland ~72: HUBER-HAAG, Karl-Josef;MACE,
Catherine;STEENHOUT, Philippe;TRAN, Lien-Ahn~
2016/04373 ~ Complete ~54:AGE-TAILORED NUTRITIONAL COMPOSITIONS WITH A VARYING PROTEIN
CONTENT ~71:Nestec S.A., Avenue Nestlé 55, VEVEY CH-1800, SWITZERLAND, Switzerland ~72:
BLANCHER, Florence;DESTAILLATS, Frederic;EGLI, Delphine;ERDMANN, Peter;GIUFFRIDA,
Francesca;MACE, Catherine;SHAHKHALILI DULLOO, Yassaman;THAKKAR, Sagar~ 33:EP ~31:13195000.8
~32:29/11/2013
2016/04374 ~ Complete ~54:LIQUID MILK FORTIFIER COMPOSITION WITH RELATIVELY HIGH LIPID
CONTENT ~71:Nestec S.A., Avenue Nestlé 55, VEVEY CH-1800, SWITZERLAND, Switzerland ~72: AMEYE,
Laurent;HAMAOKA-HERMANN, Marilisa;STAN, Simona;TAN, Sze~
2016/04375 ~ Complete ~54:DRUG-CONJUGATES WITH A TARGETING MOLECULE AND TWO DIFFERENT
DRUGS ~71:Sorrento Therapeutics Inc., 6042 Cornerstone Court West, SAN DIEGO 92121, CA, USA, United
States of America ~72: CHEN, Gang;CHUCHOLOWSKI, Alexander;HONG, Yufeng;KHASANOV, Alisher
B.;MIAO, Zhenwei;ZHAN, Hong;ZHU, Tong~ 33:US ~31:61/891,310 ~32:15/10/2013
2016/04353 ~ Provisional ~54:UNIQUE SPREADING CODE ALLOCATION ALGORITHM BASED ON DATA
RATE AND CHANNEL CONDITIONS ~71:Jacques van Wyk, 603 Koichab Street Erasmuskloof X3, South Africa
~72: Jacques Herman van Wyk~
2016/04360 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD FOR PREPARING A LIGHT OLEFIN USING AN OXYGEN-CONTAINING
COMPOUND, AND DEVICE FOR USE THEREOF ~71:DALIAN INSTITUTE OF CHEMICAL PHYSICS,
CHINESE ACADEMY OF SCIENCES, No. 457 Zhongshan Road, Dalian, 116023, Liaoning, People's Republic of
China ~72: CHANGQING HE;MAO YE;TAO ZHANG;XIANGAO WANG;YINFENG ZHAO;ZHONGMIN LIU~
2016/04361 ~ Complete ~54:APPARATUS FOR THE MECHANICAL SEPARATION OF OIL AND TAR FROM
GAS CONDENSATE ~71:L'AIR LIQUIDE, SOCIÉTÉ ANONYME POUR L'ETUDE ET L'EXPLOITATION DES
PROCÉDÉS GEORGES CLAUDE, 75 quai d'Orsay, F-75007, Paris, France ~72: ERHARD LATH;FREDERIC
JUDAS~ 33:DE ~31:10 2013 114 116.1 ~32:16/12/2013
2016/04365 ~ Complete ~54:STEROID COMPOUND FOR USE IN THE TREATMENT OF HEPATIC
ENCEPHALOPATHY ~71:UMECRINE COGNITION AB, Karolinska Institutet Science Park, Sweden ~72:
BÄCKSTRÖM, Torbjörn;DOVERSKOG, Magnus;FELIPO, Vicente;MÖHLER, Hanns~ 33:SE ~31:1450089-6
~32:29/01/2014
2016/04351 ~ Provisional ~54:A WOUND DRESSING ~71:NEL, Hugo Barrie, 50A Garden Road Orchards
Johannesburg, South Africa ~72: NEL, Hugo Barrie~
2016/04355 ~ Provisional ~54:PROTECTIVE CUSHION ~71:LESTER, Ian, 18 Rodene Street, Glenvista, Ext 3,
South Africa ~72: LESTER, Ian~
2016/04359 ~ Complete ~54:STABLE PRESSURISED AEROSOL SOLUTION COMPOSITION OF
GLYCOPYRRONIUM BROMIDE AND FORMOTEROL COMBINATION ~71:CHIESI FARMACEUTICI S.P.A., AN
INCORPORATED BUSINESS FORMING A JOINT STOCK COMPANY OF ITALIAN NATIONALITY, Via Palermo
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26/A, I-43100, Parma, Italy ~72: DIEGO COPELLI;ENRICO ZAMBELLI;FRANCESCA USBERTI;MASSIMILIANO
DAGLI ALBERI;SAURO BONELLI~ 33:EP ~31:13199783.5 ~32:30/12/2013
2016/04362 ~ Complete ~54:FUSION PROTEIN INHIBITING ANGIOGENESIS OR GROWTH AND USE
THEREOF ~71:CHENGDU KANGHONG BIOTECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD., No. 36 Shuxi Rd, Jinniu Dis.,
ChengDu, People's Republic of China ~72: GAO, Xiaoping;KE, Xiao~ 33:CN ~31:201410035738.1
~32:25/01/2014
2016/04388 ~ Provisional ~54:WIRELESS TAILBOARD AND TOW BAR COMMERCIAL ~71:NICOLAAS
JACOBUS VENTER, 6 Marais Street, Estoire,, South Africa ~72: NICOLAAS JACOBUS VENTER~
2016/04389 ~ Provisional ~54:SHANKLESS INSOLE FOR AN ITEM OF FOOTWEAR ~71:MYGANOX (PTY) LTD
T/A COBBT, MI OFFICE SUITE 53, 440 VICTORIA ROAD, PIETERMARITZBURG, 3201,, South Africa ~72:
BASSAGE,JOHN JAMES~
2016/04358 ~ Complete ~54:STABLE PRESSURISED AEROSOL SOLUTION COMPOSITION OF
GLYCOPYRRONIUM BROMIDE AND FORMOTEROL COMBINATION ~71:CHIESI FARMACEUTICI S.P.A., AN
INCORPORATED BUSINESS FORMING A JOINT STOCK COMPANY OF ITALIAN NATIONALITY, Via Palermo
26/A, I-43100, Parma, Italy ~72: DIEGO COPELLI;ENRICO ZAMBELLI;FRANCESCA USBERTI;MASSIMILIANO
DAGLI ALBERI;SAURO BONELLI~ 33:EP ~31:13199784.3 ~32:30/12/2013
2016/04363 ~ Complete ~54:INDUCTIVE HEATING DEVICE AND SYSTEM FOR AEROSOL-GENERATION
~71:PHILIP MORRIS PRODUCTS S.A., Quai Jeanrenaud 3, Switzerland ~72: MIRONOV, Oleg;ZINOVIK, Ihar,
Nikolaevich~ 33:EP ~31:14169190.7 ~32:21/05/2014
2016/04364 ~ Complete ~54:INDUCTIVE HEATING DEVICE, AEROSOL-DELIVERY SYSTEM COMPRISING
AN INDUCTIVE HEATING DEVICE, AND METHOD OF OPERATING SAME ~71:PHILIP MORRIS PRODUCTS
S.A., Quai Jeanrenaud 3, Switzerland ~72: FURSA, Oleg;MIRONOV, Oleg;ZINOVIK, Ihar Nikolaevich~ 33:EP
~31:14169191.5 ~32:21/05/2014
2016/04382 ~ Provisional ~54:PAYLESS POWER SAVINGS ~71:THABO EZEKIEL LEONARD, 3379 Block B,
South Africa ~72: THABO EZEKIEL LEONARD~
-APPLIED ON 6/29/20162016/04393 ~ Complete ~54:DEVICE AND METHOD FOR FEEDING FOR ACCUMULATION ~71:Gebo
Packaging Solutions France SAS, 5-7 Rue du commerce, ZI - CS 73445 REICHSTETT, MUNDOLSHEIM CEDEX
67455, FRANCE, France ~72: GEHIN, Anthony~ 33:FR ~31:1556106 ~32:30/06/2015
2016/04394 ~ Complete ~54:EXPLOSIVES DETONATORS ~71:AEL MINING SERVICES LIMITED, AECI Place,
23/24 The Woodlands, Woodlands Drive, Woodmead, SANDTON 2191, Gauteng Province, SOUTH AFRICA,
South Africa ~72: BOTHA, Andries Matthys;LABUSCHAGNE, George Diederick;NELL, Louis Derek~ 33:ZA
~31:2015/05661 ~32:06/08/2015
2016/04397 ~ Complete ~54:APPARATUS AND METHOD FOR USER INPUT ~71:NOKIA TECHNOLOGIES OY,
KARAPORTTI 3, 02610 ESPOO, FINLAND, Finland ~72: JING, Xu;ZHAO, Runfeng~
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2016/04402 ~ Complete ~54:ROTARY ISOBARIC PRESSURE EXCHANGER SYSTEM WITH LUBRICATION
SYSTEM ~71:Energy Recovery, Inc., 1717 Doolittle Drive, SAN LEANDRO 94577, CA, USA, United States of
America ~72: GHASRIPOOR, Farshad;KRISH, Prem;MARTIN, Jeremy Grant~ 33:US ~31:61/922,442
~32:31/12/2013;33:US ~31:61/922,598 ~32:31/12/2013;33:US ~31:14/586,545 ~32:30/12/2014
2016/04403 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD AND ARRANGEMENT FOR MEASUREMENT OF ELECTRODE PASTE
IN AN ELECTRODE COLUMN OF AN ELECTRIC ARC FURNACE ~71:Outotec (Finland) Oy, Rauhalanpuisto 9,
ESPOO FI-02230, FINLAND, Finland ~72: OLLILA, Janne~ 33:FI ~31:20136334 ~32:30/12/2013
2016/04404 ~ Complete ~54:ARMOR MOUNTING SYSTEM AND ARMOR INCORPORATING THE SAME
~71:PPG Industries Ohio, Inc., One PPG Place, 39th Floor, PITTSBURGH 15272, PA, USA, United States of
America ~72: PALERMO, David;SCARINCI, Carlo A.~ 33:US ~31:61/922,367 ~32:31/12/2013
2016/04405 ~ Complete ~54:FAULT HANDLING METHOD, PACKET DATA NETWORK, MOBILITY
MANAGEMENT ENTITY, AND NETWORK SYSTEM ~71:Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd., Huawei Administration
Building, Bantian, Longgang District, SHENZHEN 518129, GUANGDONG, CHINA (P.R.C.), People's Republic of
China ~72: SHI, Xiaoyan;SUN, Xiaoji~
2016/04406 ~ Complete ~54:AN ELECTRICAL DISCONNECT DEVICE FOR A BATTERY ~71:VIATEMIS, 125
route de Paris, F-03410 , Saint Victor, France ~72: CHRISTOPHE NOËLLAT~ 33:FR ~31:1361957
~32:02/12/2013
2016/04409 ~ Complete ~54:QUICK-COUPLING DEVICE COMPRISING A HOLLOW CYLINDER HAVING
BEVELLED ENDS AND TWO CIRCULAR INTERNAL GROOVES ~71:TREFIMET S.A., Av. Jorge Alessandri
12900, San Bernardo, Chile ~72: PEÑA ASTORGA, Victor~ 33:CL ~31:3811-2013 ~32:31/12/2013
2016/04413 ~ Complete ~54:AEROSOL-FORMING SUBSTRATE AND AEROSOL-DELIVERY SYSTEM
~71:PHILIP MORRIS PRODUCTS S.A., Quai Jeanrenaud 3, CH-2000 Neuchatel,, Switzerland ~72:
MIRONOV,Oleg;ZINOVIK,Ihar,Nikolaevich~ 33:EP ~31:14169192.3 ~32:21/05/2014
2016/04392 ~ Complete ~54:A SYSTEM FOR AND A METHOD OF MANAGING RISK IN AN ORGANISATION
~71:VENTER, SHAWN GREGORY, 669 Saranton Estate, Cedar Ave West, South Africa ~72: BARNARD,
ANTON;DEYZEL, DERICK IAN;JORDAAN, MARTHINUS JOHANNES VERMAAK;MCFADYEN, LEE;VENTER,
SHAWN GREGORY~
2016/04507 ~ Provisional ~54:BORDER CONTROL SECURITY BIOMETRICS SYSTEM AND VISA
BIOMETRICS MY SMART-GATE PASSPORT A CARD ~71:VUSIMUZI MATHEBULA, 392 Block H,, South Africa
~72: VUSIMUZI MATHEBULA~
2016/04398 ~ Complete ~54:PREFOAMING OF POLY(METH)ACRYLIMIDE PARTICLES FOR SUBSEQUENT
FOAM MOULDING IN CLOSED TOOLS ~71:EVONIK RÖHM GMBH, KIRSCHENALLEE, D-64293
DARMSTADT, GERMANY, Germany ~72: BERNHARD, Kay;HOLLEYN, Denis;LIEBL, Ina;SEIPEL, Christoph~
33:DE ~31:10 2013 225 132.7 ~32:06/12/2013
2016/04411 ~ Provisional ~54:WALKING GPS TO BE USED IN SHOPPING MALLA AND ANY OTHER
APPLICATION THEREOF ~71:Johannes Emmanuel Van Dyk, Vermont View 37, Alberton,, South Africa ~72:
Johannes Emmanuel Van Dyk~
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2016/04415 ~ Complete ~54:[1,2,4]TRIAZOLO[1,5-A]PYRIMIDINE DERIVATIVES AS PROTOZOAN
PROTEASOME INHIBITORS FOR THE TREATMENT OF PARASITIC DISEASES SUCH AS LEISHMANIASIS
~71:NOVARTIS AG, Lichtstrasse 35, CH-4056 Basel,, Switzerland ~72:
BIGGART,Agnes;LIANG,Fang;MATHISON,Casey,Jacob,Nelson;MOLTENI,Valentina;NAGLE,Advait,Suresh;SUP
EK,Frantisek;YEH,Vince~ 33:US ~31:61/918,089 ~32:19/12/2013
2016/04410 ~ Complete ~54:COMBINATIONS OF HISTONE DEACETYLASE INHIBITORS AND
IMMUNOMODULATORY DRUGS ~71:ACETYLON PHARMACEUTICALS, INC., 70 Fargo Street, Suite 205,
United States of America ~72: JONES, Simon, Stewart;QUAYLE, Steven, Norman~ 33:US ~31:61/911,086
~32:03/12/2013;33:US ~31:62/061,368 ~32:08/10/2014
2016/04418 ~ Complete ~54:WATER TREATMENT SYSTEM AND WATER TREATMENT METHOD
~71:HITACHI,LTD., 6-6, Marunouchi 1-Chome, Chiyoda-ku, Toyko,, Japan ~72:
ICHIGE,YUKIKO;KUROKAWA,HIDEAKI;MIBU,KATSUHIRO;SHIMIZU,KATSUHIKO;YOSHIKAWA,SHINICHI~
33:JP ~31:2015-131209 ~32:30/06/2015
2016/04420 ~ Provisional ~54:DECOMPRESSION VALVE ~71:WERKMAN ,BEREND JAN, 5 Bokmakierie
Avenue, Moonvallei Park, Potchefstroom, 2522,, South Africa ~72: WERKMAN ,BEREND JAN~
2016/04400 ~ Complete ~54:COATING COMPOSITIONS FOR BUILDING MATERIALS AND COATED
BUILDING MATERIAL SUBSTRATES ~71:CERTAINTEED CORPORATION, 20 Moores Roa`d, United States of
America ~72: Jeffrey, H. PEET;Sam YUAN;Timothy, J. COOGAN~ 33:US ~31:61/918,521 ~32:19/12/2013;33:US
~31:62/094,534 ~32:19/12/2014
2016/04407 ~ Complete ~54:REACTION DEVICE FOR PREPARING LIGHT OLEFINS FROM METHANOL
AND/OR DIMETHYL ETHER ~71:DALIAN INSTITUTE OF CHEMICAL PHYSICS, CHINESE ACADEMY OF
SCIENCES, No. 457 Zhongshan Road, Dalian, 116023, Liaoning, People's Republic of China ~72: MAO YE;TAO
ZHANG;ZHONGMIN LIU~
2016/04419 ~ Provisional ~54:ELEMENT FOR USE IN NON-FERROUS SMELTING APPLICATIONS
~71:TENOVA MINERALS (PROPRIETARY) LIMITED, 58 Emerald Parkway Road, Greenstone Hill-Ext 21,
Johannesburg, 1609,, South Africa ~72: BAKKER,MARTIN LLUIS;FRANCIS,BRETT JOHN;GWYNNJONES,STEPHEN;JOUBERT,HUGO;NIKOLIC,STANKO~
2016/04412 ~ Complete ~54:WATER TREATMENT ~71:SanAqua HCA (Proprietary) Limited, 11 Schoongelegen
Street, Helderview, 7130 Somerset West,, South Africa ~72: ALBOROUGH,Howard Francis~ 33:ZA
~31:2013/09746 ~32:23/12/2013
2016/04414 ~ Complete ~54:LIQUID LAUNDRY DETERGENTS WITH IMPROVED SUDS PROFILE ~71:THE
PROCTER & GAMBLE COMPANY, One Procter & Gamble Plaza, Cincinatti, Ohio 45202,, United States of
America ~72: LIU,Wentig;TANG,Ming~
2016/04416 ~ Complete ~54:POXVIRUS-PLASMODIUM RECOMBINANTS ,COMPOSITIONS CONTAINING
SUCH RECOMBINANTS,USES THEREOF,AND METHODS OF MAKING AND USING SAME ~71:V-CORE
TECHNOLOGIES,INC., Laboratory B 201, 7 University Place, Rensselaer, NY 12144-3425,, South Africa ~72:
GOEBEL,Scott,J.;PAOLETTI,Enzo;WEINBERG,Randall,L~ 33:US ~31:61/921,748 ~32:30/12/2013
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2016/04417 ~ Complete ~54:DATA BROADCASTING WITH A PREPARE-TO-BROADCAST MESSAGE
~71:ITRON,INC., 2111 North Molter Road, Liberty Lake, Washington, 99019,, South Africa ~72:
BARTIER,JEROME;MAINAUD,BASTIEN;MONIER,FABRICE;NGUYEN,VIET-HUNG~ 33:EP ~31:12153128.9
~32:30/01/2012
2016/04506 ~ Provisional ~54:MY DESTINY CHILDREN SMART ID CARD AND PASSPORT CARD AND
FOREIGN SMART ID CARD ~71:VUSIMUZI MATHEBULA, 392 Block H,, South Africa ~72: VUSIMUZI
MATHEBULA~
2016/04408 ~ Complete ~54:THERMAL LANCE FOR FUSION CUTTING AND/OR PIERCING, COMPRISING AT
LEAST FOUR TUBULAR PROFILES AND MORE THAN 17 CAVITIES INSIDE THE LANCE ~71:TREFIMET
S.A., Av. Jorge Alessandri 12900, San Bernardo, Chile ~72: PEÑA ASTORGA, Victor~ 33:CL ~31:34-2014
~32:07/01/2014
2016/04401 ~ Complete ~54:SYNTHESIS OF ZSM-58 CRYSTALS WITH IMPROVED DIFFUSIVITY FOR USE
IN GAS SEPARATIONS ~71:ExxonMobil Research and Engineering Company, 1545 Route 22 East, P.O. Box
900, ANNANDALE 08801-0900, NJ, USA, United States of America ~72: BEECKMAN, Jean W.;BEUTEL, Tilman
W.;DECKMAN, Harry W.;FASSBENDER, Natalie A.;HRYCENKO, Nadya A.;JOHNSON, Ivy D.;JOHNSON, Jack
W.;RAVIKOVITCH, Peter I.;SMILEY, Randy J.~ 33:US ~31:61/921,653 ~32:30/12/2013;33:US ~31:14/573,177
~32:17/12/2014
-APPLIED ON 6/30/20162016/04435 ~ Complete ~54:AN EQUIPMENT ISOLATION SYSTEM ~71:REMSAFE PTY LTD, 4 WHIPPLE
STREET, BALCATTA WA 6021, AUSTRALIA, Australia ~72: LANE, Michael, Charles~ 33:AU ~31:2015902565
~32:30/06/2015
2016/04423 ~ Provisional ~54:NEONATAL DRUG DELIVERY DEVICE ~71:LITHA MEDICAL (PTY) LIMITED,
106, 16th Road,, South Africa ~72: BIRNS, Hazel Ann;VAN JAARSVELD, Annie~
2016/04426 ~ Provisional ~54:PUMP SUCTION SYSTEM ~71:AEL MINING SERVICES LIMITED, AECI Place,
The Woodlands, Woodlands Drive, Woodmead, South Africa ~72: Gavin BRAMWELL~
2016/04463 ~ Complete ~54:MINE VEHICLE AND METHOD OF DETERMINING POSITION AND DIRECTION
OF MONITORED OBJECT ~71:Sandvik Mining and Construction Oy, Pihtisulunkatu 9, TAMPERE 33330,
FINLAND, Finland ~72: PUURA, Jussi;VON ESSEN, Tomi~ 33:IB ~31:2014/050598 ~32:14/01/2014
2016/04428 ~ Provisional ~54:ELECTRICAL ENERGY USAGE MONITORING SYSTEM ~71:SIMBONGILE
BANTUBANI, 44 Livingstone, Cnr Edga and 6th Road, Noordwyk, South Africa ~72: Simbongile BANTUBANI~
2016/04439 ~ Complete ~54:A REMOTE ISOLATION SYSTEM ~71:REMSAFE PTY LTD, 4 WHIPPLE STREET,
BALCATTA WA 6021, AUSTRALIA, Australia ~72: KACPEREK, Kazimierz;LANE, Michael, Charles;MROSS,
Jack~ 33:AU ~31:2015902558 ~32:30/06/2015
2016/04441 ~ Complete ~54:AN EQUIPMENT ISOLATION SYSTEM ~71:REMSAFE PTY LTD, 4 WHIPPLE
STREET, BALCATTA WA 6021, AUSTRALIA, Australia ~72: KACPEREK, Kazimierz;LANE, Michael,
Charles;MROSS, Jack~ 33:AU ~31:2015902557 ~32:30/06/2015;33:AU ~31:2015902554 ~32:30/06/2016
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2016/04456 ~ Complete ~54:AN ELECTRICALLY HEATED AEROSOL-GENERATING SYSTEM ~71:PHILIP
MORRIS PRODUCTS S.A., Quai Jeanrenaud 3, Switzerland ~72: HOLZHERR, Raphaël~ 33:EP
~31:14166694.1 ~32:30/04/2014
2016/04458 ~ Complete ~54:CANCER IMMUNOTHERAPY BY RADIOFREQUENCY ELECTRICAL MEMBRANE
BREAKDOWN (RF-EMB) ~71:RFEMB Holdings, LLC, P.O. Box 66, NORTH BRANFORD 06471, CT, USA,
United States of America ~72: MIESSAU, James A.;ONIK, Gary M.~ 33:US ~31:61/912,172
~32:05/12/2013;33:US ~31:14/451,333 ~32:04/08/2014
2016/04460 ~ Complete ~54:IMPROVED TYING DEVICE ~71:Ateliers De Recherches Et Conceptions A.R.C., 48
rue Ampère, Zone Industrielle du Douxmesnil, OFFRANVILLE F-76550, FRANCE, France ~72: LECHEVALIER,
Eric~ 33:FR ~31:1450253 ~32:13/01/2014
2016/04464 ~ Complete ~54:FCRN ANTAGONISTS AND METHODS OF USE ~71:The Board of Regents of the
University of Texas System, 201 West 7th Street, AUSTIN 78701, TX, USA, United States of America;arGEN-X
N.V., Willemstraat 5, BREDA 4811 AH, THE NETHERLANDS, Netherlands ~72: BLANCHETOT, Christophe;DE
HAARD, Johannes;DREIER, Torsten;ONGENAE, Nicolas G.H.;ULRICHTS, Peter;WARD OBER, E. Sally~ 33:US
~31:61/920,547 ~32:24/12/2013
2016/04468 ~ Complete ~54:ANALYSIS OF GENOMIC DNA, RNA, AND PROTEINS IN EXOSOMES FOR
DIAGNOSIS AND THERANOSIS ~71:BOARD OF REGENTS, THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS SYSTEM, 201
West 7th Street, United States of America ~72: KALLURI, Raghu;MELO, Sonia~ 33:US ~31:61/911,863
~32:04/12/2013
2016/04469 ~ Provisional ~54:MAGNETIC DISPLAY SYSTEM ~71:Michael Paterson Morris, 1 Coventry Road,
Bryanston,, South Africa ~72: Michael Paterson Morris~
2016/04459 ~ Complete ~54:A WASTEWATER PURIFICATION SYSTEM ~71:Lappeenrannan Teknillinen
Yliopisto, PL 20, LAPPEENRANTA FI-53851, FINLAND, Finland ~72: MARTTILA, Esa;MÄNTTÄRI,
Mika;PYRHÖNEN, Juha;RUOTTU, Seppo~ 33:US ~31:61/910,485 ~32:02/12/2013;33:EP ~31:14154496.5
~32:10/02/2014
2016/04461 ~ Complete ~54:SERINE/THREONINE KINASE INHIBITORS ~71:Genentech, Inc., 1 DNA Way,
SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO 94080-4990, CA, USA, United States of America ~72: DO, Steven;KOLESNIKOV,
Aleksandr~ 33:US ~31:61/912,905 ~32:06/12/2013
2016/04432 ~ Complete ~54:AN EQUIPMENT ISOLATION SYSTEM ~71:REMSAFE PTY LTD, 4 WHIPPLE
STREET, BALCATTA WA 6021, AUSTRALIA, Australia ~72: LANE, Michael, Charles~ 33:AU ~31:2015902559
~32:30/06/2015
2016/04434 ~ Complete ~54:AN EQUIPMENT ISOLATION SYSTEM ~71:REMSAFE PTY LTD, 4 WHIPPLE
STREET, BALCATTA WA 6021, AUSTRALIA, Australia ~72: LANE, Michael, Charles~ 33:AU ~31:2015902566
~32:30/06/2015
2016/04436 ~ Complete ~54:A REMOTE ISOLATION SYSTEM FOR A RAIL SYSTEM ~71:REMSAFE PTY LTD,
4 WHIPPLE STREET, BALCATTA WA 6021, AUSTRALIA, Australia ~72: LANE, Michael, Charles;MROSS,
Jack~ 33:AU ~31:2015902560 ~32:30/06/2015
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2016/04470 ~ Complete ~54:HEAT EXCHANGER ~71:AMAHLATHI ECO TECH (PTY) LTD, BLOCK H, ELIDZ
STP, LOWER CHESTER ROAD, SUNNYRIDGE EAST LONDON,, South Africa ~72: ROMER,Michael Deon~
33:ZA ~31:2015/02231 ~32:31/03/2015
2016/04471 ~ Complete ~54:DNA DETECTION METHODS FOR SITE SPECIFIC NUCLEASE ACTIVITY
~71:DOW AGROSCIENCES LLC, 9330 Zionsville Road, Indianapolis, 46268, Indiana,, United States of America
~72: CAO,ZEHUI;CHEN,WEI;SASTRY-DENT,LAKSHMI;SIMPSON,MATTHEW;WEBB,STEVEN R;ZHOU,NING~
33:US ~31:61/736856 ~32:13/12/2012
2016/04431 ~ Complete ~54:A REMOTE ISOLATION SYSTEM ~71:REMSAFE PTY LTD, 4 WHIPPLE STREET,
BALCATTA WA 6021, AUSTRALIA, Australia ~72: LANE, Michael, Charles~ 33:AU ~31:2015902561
~32:30/06/2015
2016/04433 ~ Complete ~54:AN EQUIPMENT ISOLATION SYSTEM ~71:REMSAFE PTY LTD, 4 WHIPPLE
STREET, BALCATTA WA 6021, AUSTRALIA, Australia ~72: LANE, Michael, Charles;MROSS, Jack~ 33:AU
~31:2015902564 ~32:30/06/2015
2016/04437 ~ Complete ~54:AN EQUIPMENT ISOLATION SYSTEM ~71:REMSAFE PTY LTD, 4 WHIPPLE
STREET, BALCATTA WA 6021, AUSTRALIA, Australia ~72: KACPEREK, Kazimierz;LANE, Michael,
Charles;MROSS, Jack~ 33:AU ~31:2015902556 ~32:30/06/2015
2016/04442 ~ Complete ~54:A PEANUT PRODUCT ~71:DE WAAL, Daniël Johannes, Weltevreden, South Africa
~72: DE WAAL, Daniël Johannes~
2016/04472 ~ Complete ~54:MODULE ASSEMBLY FOR THIN SOLAR CELLS ~71:SUNPOWER
CORPORATION, 77 Rio Robles, San Jose, 95134, California,, United States of America ~72:
BUNEA,GABRIELA~ 33:US ~31:13/725,644 ~32:21/12/2012
2016/04465 ~ Complete ~54:SIGNAL PROCESSING METHOD AND DEVICE ~71:Huawei Technologies Co.,
Ltd., Huawei Administration Building, Bantian, Longgang, SHENZHEN 518129, GUANGDONG, CHINA (P.R.C.),
People's Republic of China ~72: LIU, Zexin;MIAO, Lei;WANG, Bin~ 33:CN ~31:201410177234.3 ~32:29/04/2014
2016/04466 ~ Complete ~54:PROGRESSIVE CAVITY PUMP, PIN JOINT, AND METHOD FOR PRODUCING A
PIN JOINT ~71:NETZSCH Pumpen & Systeme GmbH, Gebrüder-Netzsch-Strasse 19, SELB 95100, GERMANY,
Germany ~72: DENK, Reinhard;GROTH, Michael~ 33:DE ~31:10 2014 100 138.9 ~32:08/01/2014
2016/04424 ~ Provisional ~54:A PIVOTABLE CONNECTOR ~71:VAN EEDEN, Christiaan Hieronymans
Bornman, 1012 Martha Street, Eldoraigne, Centurion, South Africa ~72: VAN EEDEN, Christiaan Hieronymans
Bornman~
2016/04425 ~ Provisional ~54:A FOUNDATION STRUCTURE ~71:LABUSCHAGNE, Pieter Johannes, No. 5
Teengs Street, Neserhof, Klerksdorp, South Africa ~72: LABUSCHAGNE, Pieter Johannes~
2016/04427 ~ Provisional ~54:RAIL SWITCH ~71:YNOT MENCRE TRUST, 9 Rooigras Avenue, South Africa
~72: Anthony Brian CREMEN~
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2016/04429 ~ Complete ~54:RESIDENTIAL LIGHTING LOAD ESTIMATION AND MANAGEMENT
~71:TSHWANE UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, STAATSARTILLERIE AVENUE, PRETORIA WEST,
PRETORIA, 0183, South Africa ~72: MUNDA, Josiah, Lange;POPOOLA, Olawale, Muhammed~ 33:ZA
~31:2015/02756 ~32:23/04/2015
2016/04430 ~ Complete ~54:VEHICLE STYLING BAR ~71:TAYIH LUN AN CO., LTD, No. 35-6, Shalun, Chung
SA Village, Anding Dist., Taiwan, Province of China ~72: Chih-Yuan YANG~
2016/04438 ~ Complete ~54:AN EQUIPMENT ISOLATION SWITCH ASSEMBLY ~71:REMSAFE PTY LTD, 4
WHIPPLE STREET, BALCATTA WA 6021, AUSTRALIA, Australia ~72: KACPEREK, Kazimierz;LANE, Michael,
Charles;MROSS, Jack~ 33:AU ~31:2015902554 ~32:30/06/2016
2016/04440 ~ Complete ~54:A REMOTE ISOLATION SYSTEM AND MOBILE DEVICE FOR USE IN REMOTE
ISOLATION SYSTEM ~71:REMSAFE PTY LTD, 4 WHIPPLE STREET, BALCATTA WA 6021, AUSTRALIA,
Australia ~72: LANE, Michael, Charles~ 33:AU ~31:2015902562 ~32:30/06/2015
2016/04455 ~ Complete ~54:AEROSOL-FORMING SUBSTRATE AND AEROSOL-DELIVERY SYSTEM
~71:PHILIP MORRIS PRODUCTS S.A., Quai Jeanrenaud 3, Switzerland ~72: MIRONOV, Oleg;ZINOVIK, Ihar,
Nikolaevich~ 33:EP ~31:14169193.1 ~32:21/05/2014
2016/04457 ~ Complete ~54:IMPROVED HIV-1-NEUTRALIZING ANTIBODY POTENCY AND BREADTH VIA
CELL RECEPTOR ANCHORING USING BISPECIFIC ANTIBODIES WITH NATIVE ARCHITECTURE
~71:AARON DIAMOND AIDS RESEARCH CENTER, 455 First Avenue, New York, 10016, New York, United
States of America ~72: DAVID D HO;JIAN YU;YAOXING HUANG~ 33:US ~31:61/910,685 ~32:02/12/2013
2016/04462 ~ Complete ~54:MINE VEHICLE AND METHOD OF INITIATING MINE WORK TASK ~71:Sandvik
Mining and Construction Oy, Pihtisulunkatu 9, TAMPERE 33330, FINLAND, Finland ~72: PUURA, Jussi;VON
ESSEN, Tomi~ 33:IB ~31:2014/050598 ~32:14/01/2014
2016/04467 ~ Complete ~54:HALF-DUPLEX FREQUENCY-DIVISION DUPLEX COMMUNICATION METHOD,
BASE STATION, AND TERMINAL ~71:Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd., Huawei Administration Building, Bantian,
Longgang District, SHENZHEN 518129, GUANGDONG, CHINA (P.R.C.), People's Republic of China ~72: CUI,
Jie;LI, Anjian;XIA, Jinhuan;YANG, Xiaodong~ 33:IB ~31:2013/090415 ~32:25/12/2013
-APPLIED ON 7/1/20162016/04486 ~ Complete ~54:TIMBER TREATMENT PROCESS ~71:RHINO MODIFIED WOOD (PTY) LIMITED,
112 All Black Road, Boksburg North, South Africa ~72: PRIOR, Stuart;SARGENT, Scott~ 33:ZA ~31:2013/09431
~32:17/12/2013
2016/04489 ~ Complete ~54:CONTROLLED SYSTEM AND METHODS FOR STORAGE FIRE PROTECTION
~71:TYCO FIRE & SECURITY GMBH, A COMPAY INCORPORATED IN SWITZERLAND, Victor von BrunsStrasse 21, CH-8212, Neuhausen Am Rheinfall, Switzerland;TYCO FIRE PRODUCTS LP, A DELAWARE
LIMITED PARTNERSHIP, 1400 Pennbrook Parkway, Lansdale, 19446, Pennsylvania, United States of America
~72: DANIEL G FARLEY;DONALD D BRIGHENTI;JOHN DESROSIER;RICHARD P BONNEAU;ZACHARY L
MAGNONE~ 33:US ~31:61/920,274 ~32:23/12/2013;33:US ~31:61/920,314 ~32:23/12/2013;33:US
~31:62/009,778 ~32:09/06/2014
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2016/04520 ~ Complete ~54:HOT-FORMED MEMBER AND PROCESS FOR MANUFACTURING SAME
~71:Nippon Steel & Sumitomo Metal Corporation, 6-1, Marunouchi 2-chome, Chiyoda-ku, TOKYO 100-8071,
JAPAN, Japan ~72: HAYASHI, Koutarou;SEKI , Akira~
2016/04483 ~ Complete ~54:AN AEROSOL-GENERATING SYSTEM COMPRISING A DEVICE AND A
CARTRIDGE, IN WHICH THE DEVICE ENSURES ELECTRICAL CONTACT WITH THE CARTRIDGE
~71:PHILIP MORRIS PRODUCTS S.A., Quai Jeanrenaud 3, Switzerland ~72: MIRONOV, Oleg~ 33:EP
~31:14154552.5 ~32:10/02/2014
2016/04488 ~ Complete ~54:METHODS OF USING ANTI-STEAP1 ANTIBODIES AND IMMUNOCONJUGATES
~71:GENENTECH, INC., A CORPORATION ORGANISED AND EXISTING UNDER THE LAWS OF THE STATE
OF DELAWARE, 1 DNA Way, South San Francisco, 94080, California, United States of America ~72: DANIEL
MASLYAR;HOUSTON N GILBERT;VANESSA LEMAHIEU~ 33:US ~31:61/931,478 ~32:24/01/2014
2016/04493 ~ Complete ~54:OPTICAL PYROMETER ~71:VESUVIUS GROUP, S.A., 17, rue de Douvrain, B7011, Ghlin, Belgium ~72: MICHEL DUSSUD~ 33:EP ~31:14150465.4 ~32:08/01/2014
2016/04473 ~ Provisional ~54:A HAND TOOL ~71:NEBEL, Robert, Thomas (snr), 15A HEEFER STREET,
RUSTENBURG 0300,, South Africa ~72: NEBEL, Robert, Thomas (snr)~
2016/04478 ~ Complete ~54:A COMPOSITE STRUCTURE ~71:ODENDAAL, Johan, 29 Seiheuwel Crescent,
Aerorand, Middelburg, 1060, SOUTH AFRICA, South Africa ~72: ODENDAAL, Johan~ 33:ZA ~31:2015/04679
~32:26/06/2015
2016/04479 ~ Complete ~54:BESTOWING TRUST FROM A FIRST APPLICATION TO A SECOND
APPLICATION ~71:ENTERSEKT (PTY) LTD, 6 Elektron Road Technopark, South Africa ~72: BRAND, Christiaan
Johannes Petrus;MARITZ, Gert Stephanus Herman~ 33:US ~31:14/790,845
~32:02/07/2015
2016/04480 ~ Complete ~54:GANDER, ERIC ~71:GANDER, ERIC, 2A ANGUS ROAD, BEDFORDVIEW, South
Africa ~72: GANDER, ERIC~ 33:ZA ~31:2015/08659 ~32:25/11/2015
2016/04481 ~ Complete ~54:AN AEROSOL-GENERATING SYSTEM HAVING A HEATER ASSEMBLY AND A
CARTRIDGE FOR AN AEROSOL-GENERATING SYSTEM HAVING A FLUID PERMEABLE HEATER
ASSEMBLY ~71:PHILIP MORRIS PRODUCTS S.A., Quai Jeanrenaud 3, Switzerland ~72: BATISTA, Rui,
Nuno;MIRONOV, Oleg~ 33:EP ~31:14154553.3 ~32:10/02/2014
2016/04482 ~ Complete ~54:AN AEROSOL-GENERATING SYSTEM HAVING A FLUID-PERMEABLE HEATER
ASSEMBLY ~71:PHILIP MORRIS PRODUCTS S.A., Quai Jeanrenaud 3, Switzerland ~72: BATISTA, Rui,
Nuno;MIRONOV, Oleg~ 33:EP ~31:14154554.1 ~32:10/02/2014
2016/04508 ~ Provisional ~54:FUTUREAPP ~71:DITEBOGO JUSTICE SWATE, 703 Rockville, Temba, South
Africa ~72: DITEBOGO JUSTICE SWATE ~
2016/04475 ~ Provisional ~54:HIV INFECTIONS ~71:CSIR, Scientia, PRETORIA 0002, Gauteng Province,
SOUTH AFRICA, South Africa ~72: LUGONGOLO, Masixole Y;MANOTO, Sello Lebohang;MTHUNZI-KUFA,
Patience;OMBINDA-LEMBOUMBA, Saturnin~
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2016/04476 ~ Provisional ~54:BALUSTRADES ~71:EZRAILS (PROPRIETARY) LIMITED, 191 Edison Crescent,
Hennopspark, South Africa ~72: Graham Richard Anderson~
2016/04477 ~ Provisional ~54:A METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR REGULATING POWER DEMAND ~71:VWG
Consulting CC, 20, 4th Avenue, Parktown North, RANDBURG 2193, SOUTH AFRICA, South Africa ~72: VAN
WYK, Craig Lionel~
2016/04487 ~ Complete ~54:OXYGEN REDUCTION SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR OPERATING AN OXYGEN
REDUCTION SYSTEM ~71:AMRONA AG, Baarerstrasse 10, CH-6304, Zug, Switzerland ~72: TORSTEN
WAGNER~ 33:EP ~31:13195659.1 ~32:04/12/2013
2016/04485 ~ Complete ~54:CONTRAST MEDIA TASTE MASKING FORMULATIONS ~71:HOVIONE SCIENTIA
LIMITED, Loughbeg Ringaskiddy, Ireland ~72: SMITH, Courtney, Rouse;TEMTEM, Marcio;WINTERS, Conrad~
33:US ~31:61/911,950 ~32:04/12/2013
2016/04490 ~ Complete ~54:S1P3 ANTAGONISTS ~71:SIENA BIOTECH S.P.A., Via Banchi di Sotto, 34, 53100
, Siena, Italy ~72: CESARE FEDERICO;CHIARA CARAMELLI;EMANUELE GABELLIERI;GEORG C
TERSTAPPEN;IOLANDA MICCO;MATTEO MAGNANI~ 33:EP ~31:13195372.1 ~32:02/12/2013
2016/04474 ~ Provisional ~54:PIPES AND CONNECTORS ~71:Nikkel Trading 174 (Pty) Ltd, 638 Rudolph Street,
Constantia Park, South Africa ~72: SMIT, Sarel Petrus~
2016/04491 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD FOR PREPARING POLYOXYMETHYLENE DIMETHYL ETHER
CARBONYL COMPOUND AND METHYL METHOXYACETATE ~71:DALIAN INSTITUTE OF CHEMICAL
PHYSICS, CHINESE ACADEMY OF SCIENCES, No. 457 Zhongshan Road, Dalian, 116023, Liaoning, People's
Republic of China ~72: HONGCHAO LIU;HUI ZHOU;LINA LI;SHIPING LIU;SHUANGHE MENG;WENLIANG
ZHU;YONG LIU;YOUMING NI;ZHONGMIN LIU~
2016/04492 ~ Complete ~54:COMPOSITIONS OF COMPOUNDS AND USES THEREOF ~71:VM ONCOLOGY
LLC, 45535 Northport Loop East, Fremont, 94538, California, United States of America ~72: JAY JIE-QIANG
WU~ 33:US ~31:61/936,267 ~32:05/02/2014
2016/04494 ~ Complete ~54:HEAT STABLE CHOCOLATE ~71:AAK AB (PUBL), Skrivaregatan 9, SE-215 32,
Malmö, Sweden ~72: MORTEN DAUGAARD ANDERSEN~ 33:SE ~31:1351477-3 ~32:10/12/2013
2016/04495 ~ Complete ~54:IMPROVED VEGETABLE FAT ~71:AAK AB (PUBL), Skrivaregatan 9, SE-215 32,
Malmö, Sweden ~72: MORTEN DAUGAARD ANDERSEN~ 33:SE ~31:1351476-5 ~32:10/12/2013;33:SE
~31:1450432-8 ~32:08/04/2014
2016/04496 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD FOR EXCHANGING CONTROLS THROUGH A USB DISC AND
RELATIVE DEVICES WHICH ALLOW THE IMPLEMENTATION THEREOF ~71:HERMES-COMM S.R.L.S., Via
Broletto, 39, I-20121 , Milano, Italy ~72: ANTONIO CARBONERA;PAOLO FORLANI;ROBERTO GARAVAGLIA~
33:IT ~31:RM2013A000728 ~32:31/12/2013
2016/04497 ~ Complete ~54:RAS OPPOSITE (ROP) AND RELATED NUCLEIC ACID MOLECULES THAT
CONFER RESISTANCE TO COLEOPTERAN AND/OR HEMIPTERAN PESTS ~71:DOW AGROSCIENCES LLC,
9330 Zionsville Road, Indianapolis, 46268, Indiana, United States of America;FRAUNHOFER-GESELLSCHAFT
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ZUR FÖRDERUNG DER ANGEWANDTEN FORSCHUNG E.V., Hansastraße 27 c, 80686, München, Germany
~72: ANDREAS VILCINSKAS;BALAJI VEERAMANI;CHAOXIAN GENG;EILEEN KNORR;ELANE
FISHILEVICH;HUARONG LI;KANIKA ARORA;KENNETH E NARVA;MEGHAN L F FREY;MURUGESAN
RANGASAMY;PREMCHAND GANDRA;SARAH E WORDEN~ 33:US ~31:61/919,322 ~32:20/12/2013
2016/04498 ~ Complete ~54:SINGLE VIAL VACCINE FORMULATIONS ~71:INFECTIOUS DISEASE
RESEARCH INSTITUTE, SEATTLE, 1616 Eastlake Avenue East Suite 400, Seattle, 98102, Washington, United
States of America ~72: CHRISTOPHER B FOX;LUCIEN BARNES V;RYAN M KRAMER;STEVEN G
REED;THOMAS S VEDVICK~ 33:US ~31:61/922,761 ~32:31/12/2013
2016/04499 ~ Complete ~54:CRYSTALLINE FORM OF (S)-(2-(6-CHLORO-7-METHYL-1H-BENZO[D]IMIDAZOL2-YL)-2-METHYLPYRROLIDIN-1 -YL)(5-METHOXY-2-(2H-1,2,3-TRIAZOL-2-YL)PHENYL)METHANONE AND
ITS USE AS OREXIN RECEPTOR ANTAGONISTS ~71:Actelion Pharmaceuticals Ltd, Gewerbestrasse 16,
ALLSCHWIL CH-4123, SWITZERLAND, Switzerland ~72: BOSS, Christoph;BROTSCHI, Christine;GUDE,
Markus;HEIDMANN, Bibia;SIFFERLEN, Thierry;VON RAUMER, Markus;WILLIAMS, Jodi T.~ 33:IB
~31:2013/060596 ~32:03/12/2013
2016/04504 ~ Complete ~54:MINE CONTROL SYSTEM ~71:Sandvik Mining and Construction Oy, Pihtisulunkatu
9, TAMPERE 33330, FINLAND, Finland ~72: PUURA, Jussi;VON ESSEN, Tomi~ 33:IB ~31:2014/050598
~32:14/01/2014
2016/04484 ~ Complete ~54:AEROSOL-FORMING SUBSTRATE AND AEROSOL-DELIVERY SYSTEM
~71:PHILIP MORRIS PRODUCTS S.A., Quai Jeanrenaud 3, Switzerland ~72: MIRONOV, Oleg~ 33:EP
~31:14169194.9 ~32:21/05/2014
2016/04500 ~ Complete ~54:BLEACHING GEL ~71:Colgate-Palmolive Company, 300 Park Avenue, NEW YORK
10022, NY, USA, United States of America ~72: KHAWALED, Kamal;MUSHYAKOV, Tanya~ 33:US
~31:61/914,051 ~32:10/12/2013
2016/04501 ~ Complete ~54:CRYSTALLINE SALT FORM OF (S)-(2-(6-CHLORO-7-METHYL-1 HBENZO[D]IMIDAZOL-2-YL)-2-METHYLPYRROLIDIN-1 -YL)(5-METHOXY-2-(2H-1,2,3-TRIAZOL-2YL)PHENYL)METHANONE AS OREXIN RECEPTOR ANTAGONIST ~71:Actelion Pharmaceuticals Ltd,
Gewerbestrasse 16, ALLSCHWIL CH-4123, SWITZERLAND, Switzerland ~72: BOSS, Christoph;BROTSCHI,
Christine;GUDE, Markus;HEIDMANN, Bibia;SIFFERLEN, Thierry;VON RAUMER, Markus;WILLIAMS, Jodi T.~
33:IB ~31:2013/060595 ~32:03/12/2013
2016/04502 ~ Complete ~54:USE OF BENZIMIDAZOLE-PROLINE DERIVATIVES ~71:Actelion Pharmaceuticals
Ltd, Gewerbestrasse 16, ALLSCHWIL CH-4123, SWITZERLAND, Switzerland ~72: BOSS, Christoph;BROTSCHI,
Christine;GUDE, Markus;HEIDMANN, Bibia;JENCK, Francois;ROCH, Catherine;SIFFERLEN, Thierry;STEINER,
Michel;WILLIAMS, Jodi T.~ 33:IB ~31:2013/060630 ~32:04/12/2013
2016/04503 ~ Complete ~54:HETEROARYL SUBSTITUTED NICOTINAMIDE COMPOUNDS ~71:Bristol-Myers
Squibb Company, Route 206 and Province Line Road, PRINCETON 08543, NJ, USA, United States of America
~72: ARUNACHALAM, Piramanayagam;DUNCIA, John V.;GARDNER, Daniel S.;HYNES, John;KUMAR,
Sreekantha Ratna;MURUGESAN, Natesan;NAIR, Satheesh Kesavan;PAIDI, Venkatram Reddy;SANTELLA,
Joseph B.;SARKUNAM, Kandhasamy;WU, Hong~ 33:US ~31:61/923,403 ~32:03/01/2014
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-APPLIED ON 7/4/20162016/04521 ~ Complete ~54:PROCESS FOR PREPARING ALKANESULFONIC ACIDS ~71:EVONIK DEGUSSA
GMBH, RELLINGHAUSER STRASSE 1-11, 45128 ESSEN, GERMANY, Germany ~72: DÖRFLEIN,
Andreas;FONFE, Benjamin;FUß, Sebastian;HE, Chuanhua;JAKOB, Harald~ 33:CN ~31:PCT/CN2013/089136
~32:11/12/2013
2016/04522 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD AND DEVICE FOR TRANSMITTING DATA ~71:HUAWEI
TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD., HUAWEI ADMINISTRATION BUILDING, BANTIAN, LONGGANG SHENZHEN,
GUANGDONG 518129, CHINA, People's Republic of China ~72: CHEN, Liuhai;XIA, Shenjie;YAN, Xiaolong~
2016/04513 ~ Provisional ~54:AN OPENING DEVICE FOR A CONTAINER ~71:CLARK, Llewellyn, Mclean,
PLOT NO. 68, HONINGNESDKRANS, 0120, SOUTH AFRICA, South Africa ~72: CLARK, Llewellyn, Mclean~
2016/04516 ~ Provisional ~54:CERVICAL CELL SAMPLING DEVICE ~71:RICHARDS, Michael Owen, 59 Eaton
Terrace, Culross Road, South Africa ~72: RICHARDS, Michael Owen~
2016/04517 ~ Provisional ~54:EXCESSIVE LOAD INDICATOR FOR PRELOAD DEVICE ~71:NCM
INNOVATIONS (PTY) LTD, 109 Adcock Ingram Avenue, Aeroton, South Africa ~72: CROMPTON, Brendan
Robert; TYRER, David Charles; VISSER, Henri; NIEUWENHUIS, Cornelius Adriaan~
2016/04529 ~ Complete ~54:ETHYLENE OLIGOMERIZATION WITH MIXED LIGANDS ~71:NOVA Chemicals
(International) S.A., Avenue de Ia Gare 14, FRIBOURG CH-1700, SWITZERLAND, Switzerland ~72: BROWN,
Stephen;CARTER, Charles;GAO, Xiaoliang;SEVERIN, Holly;ZORICAK, Peter~ 33:CA ~31:2835683
~32:05/12/2013
2016/04518 ~ Complete ~54:OPTOELECTRONIC DEVICE ~71:Isis Innovation Limited, Ewert House, Ewert
Place, Summertown, OXFORD OX2 7SG, OXFORDSHIRE, UNITED KINGDOM, United Kingdom ~72: BALL,
James;CROSSLAND, Edward James William;DOCAMPO, Pablo;HEY, Andrew;LEE, Michael;SNAITH, Henry
James~ 33:GB ~31:1216605.4 ~32:18/09/2012;33:GB ~31:1309409.9 ~32:24/05/2013
2016/04515 ~ Provisional ~54:A SPARE WHEEL HUB ASSEMBLY ~71:THEUNISSEN, Luke Jan, Unit 52
Barcelona, Milder Street, THE REEDS EXT 24, CENTURION 0158, Gauteng, SOUTH AFRICA, South
Africa;THEUNISSEN, Philip Lawrence, 13 France Street, THE REEDS, CENTURION 0158, Gauteng, SOUTH
AFRICA, South Africa ~72: THEUNISSEN, Luke Jan;THEUNISSEN, Philip Lawrence~
2016/04523 ~ Complete ~54:HUMAN ANTIBODIES TO PD-1 ~71:REGENERON PHARMACEUTICALS, INC.,
777 Old Saw Mill River Road, Tarrytown, United States of America ~72: BUROVA, Elena;IOFFE, Ella;MURPHY,
Andrew, J.;PAPADOPOULOS, Nicholas, J.;THURSTON, Gavin~ 33:US ~31:61/930,576 ~32:23/01/2014;33:US
~31:62/014,181 ~32:19/06/2014
2016/04524 ~ Complete ~54:AEROSOL-GENERATING DEVICES INCORPORATING AN INTERTWINED WICK
AND HEATING ELEMENT ~71:PHILIP MORRIS PRODUCTS S.A., Quai Jeanrenaud 3, Switzerland ~72:
BATISTA, Rui, Nuno;BUEHLER, Frédéric~ 33:EP ~31:14160717.6 ~32:19/03/2014
2016/04525 ~ Complete ~54:ANTIBODY MOLECULES TO TIM-3 AND USES THEREOF ~71:CHILDREN'S
MEDICAL CENTER CORPORATION, 55 Shattuck Street, Boston, United States of America;DANA-FARBER
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CANCER INSTITUTE, INC., 450 Brookline Avenue, Boston, United States of America;NOVARTIS AG,
Lichtstrasse 35, Switzerland ~72: BLATTLER, Walter, A.;BRANNETTI, Barbara;DEKRUYFF, Rosemarie,
H.;FREEMAN, Gordon, James;HARRIS, Alan, S.;HICKLIN, Daniel, J.;HU, Tiancen;HUBER, Thomas;MATARAZA,
Jennifer, Marie;PIETZONKA, Thomas;SABATOS-PEYTON, Catherine, Anne;TARASZKA, John, A.;UMETSU,
Dale, T.;VASQUEZ, Maximiliano;XU, Fangmin~ 33:US ~31:61/934,469 ~32:31/01/2014;33:US ~31:62/094,912
~32:19/12/2014
2016/04526 ~ Complete ~54:GROUND SUPPORT APPARATUS AND METHOD ~71:Garock Pty Ltd, PO Box
1624, Australia ~72: David MALTBY~ 33:AU ~31:2013904850 ~32:12/12/2013;33:AU ~31:2014900955
~32:19/03/2014;33:AU ~31:2014902784 ~32:18/07/2014
2016/04527 ~ Complete ~54:COMPOUNDS FOR USE AS GPR120 AGONISTS ~71:PIRAMAL ENTERPRISES
LIMITED, Piramal Tower, Ganpatrao Kadam Marg, Lower Parel, India ~72: DEORE, Vijaykumar
Bhagwan;HALDER, Somnath;KUMAR, Sanjay;SAWARGAVE, Sangameshwar Prabhakar;SHARMA, Rajiv~
33:US ~31:61/941,794 ~32:19/02/2014
2016/04509 ~ Provisional ~54:MECHANICAL FRACTURING ~71:Dave Dougans, 12 Roosevelt road, South
Africa ~72: Dave Dougans~
2016/04510 ~ Provisional ~54:HIGH VOLTAGE CARBON EXCLUSION AND CRACKING OF LONG CHAIN
HYDROCARBONS ~71:Dave Dougans, 12 Roosevelt road, South Africa ~72: Dave Dougans~
2016/04511 ~ Provisional ~54:A POWER PLANT ~71:MABONGO, Ntobeko, Pila, 55 DABA-DABA STREET, NU
5 MOTHERWELL, PORT ELIZABETH, SOUTH AFRICA, South Africa ~72: MABONGO, Ntobeko, Pila~
2016/04512 ~ Provisional ~54:SYSTEM AND METHOD OF STIMULATING PLANT AND ANIMAL GROWTH
~71:BELITE TECHNOLOGIES (PROPRIETARY) LIMITED, 532 Malcolm Moodie Cresent, Jet Park, Boksburg,
South Africa ~72: KOCK, Willem Petrus~
2016/04537 ~ Complete ~54:ELECTROLYSIS TANK COMPRISING AN ANODE ASSEMBLY CONTAINED IN A
CONTAINMENT ENCLOSURE ~71:RIO TINTO ALCAN INTERNATIONAL LIMITED, 1188 Sherbrooke Street
West, Montreal, H3A 3G2, Quebec, Canada ~72: BENOIT BARDET;CHRISTIAN DUVAL;OLIVIER
MARTIN;STEEVE RENAUDIER~ 33:FR ~31:1400169 ~32:27/01/2014
2016/04539 ~ Complete ~54:HERBICIDAL COMPOSITION CONTAINING 4-AMINO-3-CHORO-6-(4-CHLORO-2FLUORO-3-METHOXYPHENYL)PYRIDINE-2- CARBOXYLIC ACID, FLUROXYPYR AND PHENOXYAUXINS
~71:DOW AGROSCIENCES LLC, 9330 Zionsville Road, Indianapolis, 46268, Indiana, United States of America
~72: BILL MCGREGOR;RORY DEGENHARDT~ 33:US ~31:61/927,829 ~32:15/01/2014
2016/04540 ~ Complete ~54:E. COLI SPECIFIC ANTIBODY SEQUENCES ~71:ARSANIS BIOSCIENCES
GMBH, Helmut-Qualtinger-Gasse 2, 1030, Vienna, Austria ~72: ESZTER NAGY;GÁBOR NAGY;LUIS
GUACHALLA;MAXIMILIANO VASQUEZ;VALERIA SZIJÁRTO~ 33:EP ~31:14154158.1 ~32:06/02/2014;33:EP
~31:14166200.7 ~32:28/04/2014
2016/04541 ~ Complete ~54:GEM IDENTIFICATION METHOD AND APPARATUS ~71:NUCTECH COMPANY
LIMITED, 2nd Floor, Block A, TongFang Building Shuangqinglu, Haidian District, Beijing, 100084, People's
Republic of China;TSINGHUA UNIVERSITY, No.1, Tsinghua Yuan Haidian District, Beijing, 100084, People's
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Republic of China ~72: HONGQIU WANG;LI ZHANG;YINGYING GENG;YUMIN YI;ZIRAN ZHAO~ 33:CN
~31:201310741368.9 ~32:27/12/2013
2016/04543 ~ Complete ~54:RNAPII-140 NUCLEIC ACID MOLECULES THAT CONFER RESISTANCE TO
COLEOPTERAN PESTS ~71:DOW AGROSCIENCES LLC, 9330 Zionsville Road, Indianapolis, 46268, Indiana,
United States of America;FRAUNHOFER-GESELLSCHAFT ZUR FÖRDERUNG DER ANGEWANDTEN
FORSCHUNG E.V., Hansastraße 27 c, 80686, München, Germany ~72: ANDREAS VILCINSKAS;BALAJI
VEERAMANI;EILEEN KNORR;HUARONG LI;KANIKA ARORA;KENNETH E NARVA;MURUGESAN
RANGASAMY;PREMCHAND GANDRA;SARAH E WORDEN~ 33:US ~31:61/919,239 ~32:20/12/2013
2016/04514 ~ Provisional ~54:IONIC LIQUIDS AND PREPARATION THEREOF ~71:DURBAN UNIVERSITY OF
TECHNOLOGY (TECH..., Mansfield Road, Berea, Durban, 4001, SOUTH AFRICA, South Africa ~72:
ARUMUGAM, Vasantha;GENGAN, Robert;REDHI, Gyanasivan~
2016/04530 ~ Complete ~54:BO BOGIE FOR ELECTRIC FREIGHT LOCOMOTIVE ~71:CRRC Zhuzhou
Locomotive Co., Ltd., No.1 Tianxin Road, Shifeng District, ZHUZHOU CITY 412001, HUNAN, CHINA (P.R.C.),
People's Republic of China ~72: CHEN, Xiaofeng;CHEN, Xihong;GAO, Shenghui;HE, Xing;HOU, Nai;JIN,
Junhui;KONG, Yuanyuan;LI, Guanjun;LI, Xiaoyan;NIE, Ji;WANG, Dexin;WANG, Zhiming;YI, Muxia;ZHANG,
Youkong;ZHOU, Liqiu;ZHU, He;ZOU, Wenhui~ 33:CN ~31:201410153010.9 ~32:16/04/2014;33:CN
~31:201420184556.6 ~32:16/04/2014
2016/04531 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD FOR PURIFYING CYS-LINKED ANTIBODY-DRUG CONJUGATES
~71:SYNTHON BIOPHARMACEUTICALS B.V., Microweg 22, NL-6545CM , Nijmegen, Netherlands ~72: GUY
ROO DE;RUDY GERARDUS ELISABETH COUMANS;RUUD MARTIN VERSTEGEN~ 33:EP ~31:14150789.7
~32:10/01/2014
2016/04532 ~ Complete ~54:PYRAZOLO[1,5-A]PYRIDINE DERIVATIVES AND METHODS OF THEIR USE
~71:IGNYTA, INC., 11111 Flintkote Ave., San Diego, 92121, California, United States of America ~72: ALLISON
L ZULLI;ROBERT L HUDKINS~ 33:US ~31:61/920,819 ~32:26/12/2013
2016/04533 ~ Complete ~54:TARGETING DEVICE FOR USE WITH SYSTEMS, METHODS, AND
APPARATUSES FOR FUSION, STABILIZATION, AND/OR FIXATION OF BONES ~71:JONATHAN FEIBEL, A
AMERICAN CITIZEN, 218 North Parkview Avenue, Columbus, 43209, Ohio, United States of America;ROBERT
GORSLINE, A AMERICAN CITIZEN, 2620 Andover Road, Columbus, 43221, Ohio, United States of America
~72: CHRISTOPHER BROWN;CHRISTOPHER HAWKER;CHRISTOS RAGAIS;JEFFREY J ROOT;JONATHAN
FEIBEL;NICHOLAS JOSEPH VALLO;ROBERT GORSLINE~ 33:US ~31:61/912,512 ~32:05/12/2013
2016/04534 ~ Complete ~54:DEVICE FOR TENSIONING APPARATUS FOR FUSION, STABILIZATION,
AND/OR FIXATION OF BONES ~71:JONATHAN FEIBEL, A AMERICAN CITIZEN, 218 North Parkview Avenue,
Columbus, 43209, Ohio, United States of America;ROBERT GORSLINE, A AMERICAN CITIZEN, 2620 Andover
Road, Columbus, 43221, Ohio, United States of America ~72: CHRISTOPHER BROWN;CHRISTOPHER
HAWKER;CHRISTOS RAGAIS;JEFFREY J ROOT;JONATHAN FEIBEL;NICHOLAS JOSEPH VALLO;ROBERT
GORSLINE~ 33:US ~31:61/912,540 ~32:05/12/2013;33:US ~31:61/925,644 ~32:09/01/2014
2016/04535 ~ Complete ~54:DUOCARMYCIN ADCS SHOWING IMPROVED IN VIVO ANTITUMOR ACTIVITY
~71:SYNTHON BIOPHARMACEUTICALS B.V., Microweg 22, NL-6545CM , Nijmegen, Netherlands ~72:
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GIJSBERTUS FRANCISCUS MARIA VERHEIJDEN;PATRICK HENRY BEUSKER;PETER JOHANNES
GOEDINGS;WILLEM DOKTER~ 33:EP ~31:14150791.3 ~32:10/01/2014;33:EP ~31:14188450.2
~32:10/10/2014
2016/04536 ~ Complete ~54:ANODE ASSEMBLY AND ASSOCIATED PRODUCTION METHOD ~71:RIO TINTO
ALCAN INTERNATIONAL LIMITED, 1188 Sherbrooke Street West, Montreal, H3A 3G2, Quebec, Canada ~72:
BERTRAND ALLANO;DENIS LAROCHE;JULIEN VALLET;LYES HACINI;YVES CARATINI~ 33:FR ~31:1400171
~32:27/01/2014
2016/04538 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD FOR ACCESSING LOCAL SERVICES IN WLANS
~71:TELEFONAKTIEBOLAGET LM ERICSSON (PUBL), , SE-16483, Stockholm, Sweden ~72: ANNIKKI
WELIN;MATS FORSMAN;PER-OLA ANDERSSON;TOMAS THYNI~
2016/04542 ~ Complete ~54:SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR OPERATING A MECHANICAL RESONATOR IN AN
ELECTRONIC OSCILLATOR ~71:FRAPINVENTIONS B.V., Beursplein 37, 3011 AA, Rotterdam, Netherlands
~72: ANTONIUS JOHANNES MARIA MONTAGNE~ 33:NL ~31:2011982 ~32:18/12/2013
2016/04544 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD OF CURING A GYPSUM CALCINATION PRODUCT ~71:SAINT-GOBAIN
PLACO SAS, 34 Avenue Franklin, Roosevelt, France ~72: BIGUENET, Cedric~ 33:EP ~31:14368008.0
~32:10/01/2014
2016/04519 ~ Complete ~54:ENGINEERED WATERPROOF FLOORING AND WALL COVERING PLANKS
~71:US FLOORS, INC., 3580 Corporate Drive, United States of America ~72: DOSSCHE, Piet V.;ERRAMUZPE,
Philippe~ 33:US ~31:13/657,750 ~32:22/10/2012
2016/04545 ~ Complete ~54:SIDE DISCHARGE HOPPER ~71:P THORBURN CONSULTING ENGINEERS
(PROPRIETARY) LIMITED, Unit A1, Constantia Park, Roodepoort,, South Africa ~72: THORBURN,PETER
REDVERS~ 33:ZA ~31:2015/04833 ~32:03/07/2015
2016/04528 ~ Complete ~54:PROCESS AND EQUIPMENT FOR THE MELTING OF SILICON FINES
~71:SILICON SMELTERS (PTY) LIMITED, Beyersnek Road,, South Africa ~72: CHALOUETTE, Jean-Claude~
33:ZA ~31:2013/09084 ~32:04/12/2013
-APPLIED ON 7/5/20162016/04882 ~ Provisional ~54:LETS STUDY SOCIAL NETWORK ~71:BOITUMELO THABANG VICTOR
RADINGWANA, 394 Molefe Street, Letsopa Location,, South Africa ~72: BOITUMELO THABANG VICTOR
RADINGWANA~
2016/04887 ~ Provisional ~54:PRECALL-PLEASE CALL PPC ~71:Motlagomang Malesa, 18522 Mamelodi East,,
South Africa ~72: Motlagomang Malesa~
2016/04574 ~ Complete ~54:SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR CREATING AND TRANSFERRING MEDIA FILES
~71:BUSINESS MOBILE SOLUTIONS INC., 501B rue Filion, Saint-Jerome (Quebec) , J7Z1J2, Canada ~72:
DAVID RICHARD;THOMAS BOUVRETTE~ 33:US ~31:61/913,573 ~32:09/12/2013
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2016/04575 ~ Complete ~54:DEVICE AND METHOD FOR OPENING CONTAINERS CONTAINING
HETEROGENEOUS MATERIALS ~71:FINANCE DEVELOPPEMENT ENVIRONNEMENT CHARREYRE FIDEC, ZA de Polignac, France ~72: CHARREYRE, Fabien Michel Alain~ 33:FR ~31:1362377 ~32:10/12/2013
2016/04548 ~ Complete ~54:GRINDING FIXTURE DEVICE OF CLOUD COMPUTING MULTI-CORE
CONNECTOR ~71:HENGTONG OPTIC-ELECTRIC CO., LTD, Industrial Park,Qidu Town,Wujiang
District,Suzhou, People's Republic of China;JIANGSU HENGTONG OPTICAL NETWORK TECHNOLOGY CO.,
LTD, No.88 Hengtong Road,Wujiang District,Suzhou, People's Republic of China ~72: Hongsuo YU;Hu XU;Quan
SUN;Yousong WANG~ 33:CN ~31:201610347932.2 ~32:24/05/2016
2016/04562 ~ Complete ~54:SYNCHRONOUS GENERATOR IN A GEARLESS WIND TURBINE ~71:WOBBEN
PROPERTIES GMBH, Borsigstrasse 26, Germany ~72: Volker DIEDRICH~ 33:DE ~31:10 2014 200 947.2
~32:20/01/2014
2016/04563 ~ Complete ~54:HYDROXY FORMAMIDE DERIVATIVES AND THEIR USE
~71:GLAXOSMITHKLINE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY (No.2) LIMITED, 980 Great West Road, Brentford, United
Kingdom ~72: DOWDELL, Sarah E.;EIDAM, Hilary, Schenck;ELBAN, Mark;FOX, Ryan Michael;HAMMOND,
Marlys;HILFIKER, Mark, A.;HOANG, Tram, H.;KALLANDER, Lara, S.;LAWHORN, Brian, Griffin;MANNS,
Sharada;PHILP, Joanne;WASHBURN, David G.;YE, Guosen~ 33:US ~31:61/925,848 ~32:10/01/2014
2016/04554 ~ Complete ~54:AQUEOUS COMPOSITION COMPRISING A POLYVALENT METAL COMPLEXED
BY CARBONATE AND CARBOXYLIC ACID LIGANDS, AND USE THEREOF ~71:ARCHROMA FRANCE SAS,
rue du Flottage, France ~72: BERDON, Virginie, Angèle, Georgette;CORPET, Damien, Julien;LETOFFET
CABELLO RODRIGUEZ, Christine, Jeannine~ 33:EP ~31:14000349.2 ~32:30/01/2014
2016/04557 ~ Complete ~54:PESTICIDAL FUSION PROTEIN IMPROVEMENTS ~71:The Secretary of State for
Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, Sand Hutton, York, YORKSHIRE YO41 1LZ, UNITED KINGDOM, United
Kingdom;University Of Durham, Palatine Centre, Stockton Road, DURHAM DH1 3LE, UNITED KINGDOM, United
Kingdom ~72: FITCHES, Elaine Charlotte;GATEHOUSE, John Arthur;PYATI, Prashant Shivasharan;YANG,
Sheng~ 33:GB ~31:1321938.1 ~32:11/12/2013
2016/04558 ~ Complete ~54:PEER-TO-PEER CONTENT DELIVERY NETWORK, METHOD, AND MANAGER
~71:LEEKLEY, Gregory H., 9660 Chaumont Lane, CHARLOTTE 28277, NC, USA, United States of
America;SAVENOK, Alexander, 12212 Bennington Avenue, GRANDVIEW 64030, MO, USA, United States of
America;SAVENOK, Pavel, 102 E. Farnham Lane, WHEATON 60189, IL, USA, United States of America ~72:
LEEKLEY, Gregory H.;SAVENOK, Alexander;SAVENOK, Pavel~ 33:US ~31:14/099,348 ~32:06/12/2013
2016/04549 ~ Complete ~54:FORMULATIONS OF PYRIMIDINEDIONE DERIVATIVE COMPOUNDS ~71:AbbVie
Inc., 1 North Waukegan Road, NORTH CHICAGO 60064, IL, USA, United States of America ~72: GAO,
Ping;GAO, Yi;HOU, Hao;LI, Yanxia;MACKAPLOW, Michael;MEADOWS, Kelley A.;SHI, Yi;ZHANG, Geoff G.~
33:US ~31:61/715,766 ~32:18/10/2012
2016/04550 ~ Complete ~54:DOUBLE CHANNEL POWER TURBINE SYSTEM AND CONTROL METHOD
THEREOF ~71:DONGFENG COMMERCIAL VEHICLE COMPANY LIMITED, No. 10 Dongfeng Road Wuhan
Economical and Technology Development Zone Hanyang Dist. Wuhan City, People's Republic of China ~72:
XIANMIN, Liao;ZHENGBAI, Liu~ 33:CN ~31:201511007242.4 ~32:30/12/2015
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2016/04551 ~ Complete ~54:CLEANING OF LIQUID HYDROCARBON STREAMS BY MEANS OF COPPERCONTAINING SORBENTS ~71:EVONIK DEGUSSA GMBH, RELLINGHAUSER STRASSE 1-11, 45128 ESSEN,
GERMANY, Germany ~72: GEILEN, Frank;MASCHMEYER, Dietrich;PEITZ, Stephan;RIX, Armin;STOCHNIOL,
Guido;VOGT, Mathias;WINTERBERG, Markus~ 33:DE ~31:10 2013 225 724.4 ~32:12/12/2013
2016/04552 ~ Complete ~54:GRID SECURITY RISK ASSESSMENT METHOD AND MODEL BASED ON
SITUATION AWARENESS ~71:ENERXY (CHINA) ELECTRICITY TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD, Room 4, No.76, Bei
Tou Tiao, Jiao Dao Kou, Dong Cheng District, People's Republic of China;YUNNAN POWER DISPATCHING
AND CONTROLING CENTER, 73, Tuodong, Kunming, People's Republic of China ~72: CHEN, Fei;CHEN,
Ruchang;JIANG, Yakun;LEI, Bingyin;LI, Wenyun;ZHANG, Haihui~ 33:CN ~31:201310722279.X ~32:24/12/2013
2016/04553 ~ Complete ~54:ABNORMAL POWER KPI QUICK DETECTING METHOD AND DEVICE
~71:ENERXY (CHINA) ELECTRICITY TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD, Room 4, No.76, Bei Tou Tiao, Jiao Dao Kou,
Dong Cheng District, People's Republic of China;YUNNAN POWER DISPATCHING AND CONTROLING
CENTER, 73, Tuodong, Kunming, People's Republic of China ~72: XIE, Yigong;ZHANG, Haihui;ZHAO, Ying~
33:CN ~31:201310727362.6 ~32:25/12/2013
2016/04546 ~ Provisional ~54:ELECTRICAL EARTHING OF FENCING MATERIAL ~71:COCHRANE STEEL
PRODUCTS (PTY) LTD, 125 Fitter Road, South Africa ~72: Richard Bruce Cochrane~
2016/04547 ~ Complete ~54:PHARMACEUTICAL COMPOSITION COMPRISING A NON-PURINE SELECTIVE
INHIBITOR OF XANTHINE OXIDASE AND METHOD FOR THE PREPARATION THEREOF ~71:PHARMATHEN
S.A., 6 DERVENAKION STREET, 15351 PALLINI ATTIKIS, GREECE, Greece ~72: ABATZIS,
Morfis;KALASKANI, Anastasia;KARAVAS, Evangelos;KIZIRIDI, Christina;KOUTRI, Ioanna;KOUTRIS,
Efthymios;SAMARA, Vasiliki;TSILIOUKA, Katerina~
2016/04576 ~ Provisional ~54:MEANS FOR A MOBILE CELLULAR SHOP ~71:Marthinus Jesaja Lotter, 34
Goshawk Street, Eldoraigne x 18 Centurion Gauteng, South Africa ~72: Marthinus Jesaja Lotter~
2016/04555 ~ Complete ~54:CONVERSION OF BIOMASS OR RESIDUAL WASTE MATERIAL TO BIOFUELS
~71:SHELL INTERNATIONALE RESEARCH MAATSCHAPPIJ B.V., Carel van Bylandtlaan 30, Netherlands ~72:
CHILKOOR SOUNDARARAJAN, Laxmi, Narasimhan;DEL PAGGIO, Alan, Anthony;GOPAL,
Srikant;PANCHAGNULA, Madhusudhan, Rao;URADE, Vikrant, Nanasaheb~ 33:EP ~31:14152931.3
~32:28/01/2014
2016/04556 ~ Complete ~54:FLUORESCENT BRIGHTENER PREMIX ~71:THE PROCTER & GAMBLE
COMPANY, One Procter & Gamble Plaza, United States of America ~72: FENG, Fangfang;LI, Fei;NIU, Liyuan~
2016/04559 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD FOR EXTRACTING LIGNIN ~71:Ab BLN-Woods Ltd, Levontie 197,
PARAINEN FI-21600, FINLAND, Finland ~72: VON SCHOULTZ, Sebastian~ 33:FI ~31:20145018
~32:10/01/2014
2016/04560 ~ Complete ~54:HETEROCYCLIC MODULATORS OF LIPID SYNTHESIS FOR USE AGAINST
CANCER AND VIRAL INFECTIONS ~71:3-V Biosciences, Inc., 1050 Hamilton Court, MENLO PARK 94025, CA,
USA, United States of America ~72: CAI, Haiying;DUKE, Greg;HEUER, Timothy;HU, Lily W.;JOHNSON, Russell
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J.;O'FARRELL, Marie;OHOL, Yamini;WAGMAN, Allan S.;ZAHARIA, Cristiana A.~ 33:US ~31:61/924,520
~32:07/01/2014
2016/04561 ~ Complete ~54:SECURITY KEY CONTEXT DISTRIBUTION METHOD, MOBILE MANAGEMENT
ENTITY, AND BASE STATION ~71:Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd., Huawei Administration Building, Bantian,
Longgang, SHENZHEN 518129, GUANGDONG, CHINA (P.R.C.), People's Republic of China ~72: DAI,
Mingzeng;GUO, Yi;ZENG, Qinghai;ZHANG, Hongping;ZHANG, Jian~ 33:CN ~31:201310739640.X
~32:27/12/2013
2016/04564 ~ Complete ~54:METHYLENE CARBAMATE LINKERS FOR USE WITH TARGETED-DRUG
CONJUGATES ~71:SEATTLE GENETICS, INC., A CORPORATION ORGANISED AND EXISTING UNDER THE
LAWS OF THE STATE OF DELAWARE, 21823 30th Drive SE, Bothell, 98021, Washington, United States of
America ~72: PATRICK BURKE;ROBERT KOLAKOWSKI;SCOTT JEFFREY~ 33:US ~31:61/918,539
~32:19/12/2013;33:TW ~31:103144705 ~32:19/12/2014
2016/04565 ~ Complete ~54:ABRASIVE CLEANING COMPOSITION ~71:OMYA INTERNATIONAL AG,
Baslerstrasse 42, CH-4665, Oftringen, Switzerland ~72: DANIEL E GERARD;MICHAEL SKOVBY;TANJA
BUDDE~ 33:EP ~31:13197113.7 ~32:13/12/2013
2016/04566 ~ Complete ~54:PROCESS TO MANUFACTURE A LIQUID DETERGENT FORMULATION
~71:UNILEVER PLC, A COMPANY REGISTERED IN ENGLAND AND WALES, Unilever House 100 Victoria
Embankment, London Greater London, EC4Y 0DY, United Kingdom ~72: GARETH JOHN SAWBRIDGE;IAN
JAMES HUSSEY;KAREN JANE ELLSON;MRUDULA NAGARAJU;STEPHEN NORMAN BATCHELOR~ 33:EP
~31:14152157.5 ~32:22/01/2014
2016/04567 ~ Complete ~54:ANTENNA COUPLING FOR SENSING AND DYNAMIC TRANSMISSION
~71:MICROSOFT TECHNOLOGY LICENSING, LLC, One Microsoft Way, Redmond, 98052-6399, Washington,
United States of America ~72: CHARBEL KHAWAND;SEAN RUSSELL MERCER~ 33:US ~31:14/152,529
~32:10/01/2014
2016/04568 ~ Complete ~54:COHERENT QUESTION ANSWERING IN SEARCH RESULTS ~71:MICROSOFT
TECHNOLOGY LICENSING, LLC, One Microsoft Way, Redmond, 98052-6399, Washington, United States of
America ~72: MICHELE BANKO;PAUL BAECKE;PETER RICHARD BAILEY~ 33:US ~31:14/154,958
~32:14/01/2014
2016/04569 ~ Complete ~54:POST-DRIVE SUMMARY WITH TUTORIAL ~71:MICROSOFT TECHNOLOGY
LICENSING, LLC, One Microsoft Way, Redmond, 98052-6399, Washington, United States of America ~72:
CHERYL N PLATZ;JOHN P HENDRICKS;MARK O'HANLON~ 33:US ~31:14/156,407 ~32:15/01/2014
2016/04570 ~ Complete ~54:DIGITAL PERSONAL ASSISTANT INTERACTION WITH IMPERSONATIONS AND
RICH MULTIMEDIA IN RESPONSES ~71:MICROSOFT TECHNOLOGY LICENSING, LLC, One Microsoft Way,
Redmond, 98052-6399, Washington, United States of America ~72: DEBORAH B HARRISON;MOUNI
REDDY;ROBERT J., III HOWARD;SOGOL MALEKZADEH~ 33:US ~31:14/156,009 ~32:15/01/2014
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2016/04571 ~ Complete ~54:AUDIO NAVIGATION ASSISTANCE ~71:MICROSOFT TECHNOLOGY
LICENSING, LLC, One Microsoft Way, Redmond, 98052-6399, Washington, United States of America ~72:
ROBERT JERAULD~ 33:US ~31:14/163,943 ~32:24/01/2014
2016/04572 ~ Complete ~54:UNIVERSAL CAPTURE ~71:MICROSOFT TECHNOLOGY LICENSING, LLC, One
Microsoft Way, Redmond, 98052-6399, Washington, United States of America ~72: DANIEL DOLE;DONALD A
BARNETT~ 33:US ~31:14/165,442 ~32:27/01/2014
2016/04573 ~ Complete ~54:INHALABLE MEDICAMENTS ~71:PHARMACHEMIE B.V., Swensweg 5, 2031 GA,
Haarlem, Netherlands ~72: ERWIN VAN ACHTHOVEN;JOHAN KEEGSTRA;MICHAEL IMRE GOLLER~ 33:GB
~31:1321717.9 ~32:09/12/2013
-APPLIED ON 7/6/20162016/04608 ~ Complete ~54:VEHICLE-WINDSHIELD-GLASS INTERMEDIATE FILM, ROLLED BODY, AND
VEHICLE WINDSHIELD GLASS ~71:SEKISUI CHEMICAL CO., LTD., 4-4, Nishitemma 2-chome, Kita-ku, Osakashi, Osaka, 5300047, Japan ~72: HIROAKI INUI;HIROFUMI KITANO;KAZUHIKO NAKAYAMA~ 33:JP ~31:2014080241 ~32:09/04/2014
2016/04578 ~ Provisional ~54:LIQUID DISCHARGE VALVE ASSEMBLY ~71:LAG SHARE TRUST, 84 Gladiator
Street, Rhodesfield, Kempton Park,, South Africa ~72: LEVEY, Gerald Alfred~
2016/04580 ~ Provisional ~54:WATER MANAGEMENT APPARATUS AND SYSTEM ~71:OMELE ALBERT
MANYATHI, 145 COLIE CLOSE, AUSTIN VIEW, South Africa ~72: OMELE ALBERT MANYATHI~
2016/04581 ~ Complete ~54:A SYSTEM AND A METHOD OF DIRECT COMMUNICATION AND ENGAGEMENT
WITHIN AN ORGANIZATION ~71:ZENSAR TECHNOLOGIES LIMITED, Zensar Knowledge Park, Kharadi,
Plot #4, MIDC, Off Nagar Road, Pune, India ~72: ASI, Sarath Regulagadda;KISHORE, Sandeep;NARASIMHAN,
Mukund;TIKHE, Priya Anirudha;WAGH, Mukti Anand~ 33:IN ~31:201621013160 ~32:14/04/2016
2016/04590 ~ Complete ~54:MINING MACHINE FILTRATION UNIT WITH MINIMISED SOUND EMISSION
~71:Sandvik Intellectual Property AB, SANDVIKEN S-811 81, SWEDEN, Sweden ~72: GONZALEZ,
Leonardo;LAMMER, Egmont;SCHRUNNER, Christian~ 33:EP ~31:14156350.2 ~32:24/02/2014
2016/04591 ~ Complete ~54:SLEWING DEVICE MONITORING APPARATUS AND METHOD ~71:Sandvik
Intellectual Property AB, SANDVIKEN S-811 81, SWEDEN, Sweden ~72: FEGER, Frank;WILDE, Andreas~
33:EP ~31:14154669.7 ~32:11/02/2014
2016/04593 ~ Complete ~54:ARRANGEMENT FOR INITIATING A REMOTE OPERATION MODE ~71:Sandvik
Mining and Construction Oy, Pihtisulunkatu 9, TAMPERE 33330, FINLAND, Finland ~72: CUMINI,
Lauso;HANSKI, Sami;MANNONEN, Petri;NURMINEN, Petri;SIREN, Arto;UOTILA, Jarkko~
2016/04594 ~ Complete ~54:(S)-3'-METHYL-ABSCISIC ACID AND ESTERS THEREOF ~71:Valent BioSciences
Corporation, 870 Technology Way, LIBERTYVILLE 60048, IL, USA, United States of America ~72: HEIMAN,
Daniel F.;VENBURG, Gregory D.;WANG, Gary~ 33:US ~31:61/925,764 ~32:10/01/2014
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2016/04595 ~ Complete ~54:INJECTION NEEDLE COVERING SYSTEM ~71:Eli Lilly and Company, Lilly
Corporate Center, INDIANAPOLIS 46285, IN, USA, United States of America ~72: FOURT, Jesse
Arnold;KOEHLER, Jeremy Christopher~ 33:US ~31:61/938,402 ~32:11/02/2014
2016/04596 ~ Complete ~54:RIGID NEEDLE SHIELD GRIPPING CAP ASSEMBLY ~71:Eli Lilly and Company,
Lilly Corporate Center, INDIANAPOLIS 46285, IN, USA, United States of America ~72: FOURT, Jesse
Arnold;PIERON, Remy O'Leary;YURCHENCO, James R.~ 33:US ~31:61/938,219 ~32:11/02/2014
2016/04597 ~ Complete ~54:HUMIDITY-RESISTANT AND HEAT-RESISTANT SOLAR CELL BACKSHEET AND
MANUFACTURING METHOD THEREFOR ~71:Suzhou Sunshine New Materials Technology Co., Ltd., No.666
Jianlin Road, Suzhou High-tech Zone, SUZHOU 215151, JIANGSU, CHINA (P.R.C.), People's Republic of China
~72: CAI, Shuyi;HUANG, Wei;ZHAO, Ruofei~ 33:CN ~31:201410007109.8 ~32:08/01/2014
2016/04616 ~ Complete ~54:FOOD PRODUCT AND METHOD OF PREPARATION ~71:DEVRO (SCOTLAND)
LIMITED, Moodiesburn, United Kingdom ~72: VISSER, Petrus Rimke~ 33:NL ~31:2012103 ~32:17/01/2014
2016/04620 ~ Provisional ~54:A TIMES CATALOG SOFTWARE APPLICATION (APP) ~71:PIETER DAWID
OPPEL, 302 BONTBOK ST WATERKLOOF RIDGE,, South Africa ~72: PIETER DAWID OPPEL~
2016/04623 ~ Complete ~54:FOUR BRAKES SYSTEM FOR THE DOORS OF EXCAVATOR BUCKETS
~71:MINETEC S.A., Avenida Americo Vespucio No 2101, Renca, Santiago, Region Metropolitana,, Chile ~72:
CHOCOBAR CHAVEZ,RUBEN FELIPE;VERA TORRES,BERNARDO;ZAMORANO JONES,CLAUDIO~ 33:CL
~31:1928-2015 ~32:07/07/2015
2016/04598 ~ Complete ~54:IMPROVED O-RING DRILL HOLE PLUG ~71:RISE MINING DEVELOPMENTS
PTY LTD, Unit 9, 9 Sainsbury Road, O'Connor, Australia ~72: PHILLIPS, Jeffrey, Bruce~ 33:AU ~31:2014900100
~32:13/01/2014;33:AU ~31:2014901827 ~32:16/05/2014
2016/04599 ~ Complete ~54:SWITCHING DEVICE HAVING A HOUSING AND AN EXCHANGEABLE
SWITCHING MODULE ~71:MASCHINENFABRIK REINHAUSEN GMBH, Falkensteinstraße 8, D-93059
Regensburg, Germany ~72: FLOTZINGER, Simon;REICH, Alexander;UNTERREINER, Nikolaus~ 33:DE
~31:102014102263.7 ~32:21/02/2014
2016/04600 ~ Complete ~54:SWITCHING UNIT ~71:MASCHINENFABRIK REINHAUSEN GMBH,
Falkensteinstraße 8, D-93059 Regensburg, Germany ~72: FLOTZINGER, Simon;REICH,
Alexander;UNTERREINER, Nikolaus~ 33:DE ~31:102014102262.9 ~32:21/02/2014
2016/04609 ~ Complete ~54:FGF-18 FORMULATION IN XYLOGLUCAN GELS ~71:ARES TRADING S.A., A
SWISS COMPANY, Zone Industrielle de L'Ouriettaz, CH-1170, Aubonne, Switzerland ~72: CATERINA LO
PRESTI;CLELIA DISPENZA;DONATELLA BULONE~ 33:EP ~31:13199588.8 ~32:24/12/2013
2016/04610 ~ Complete ~54:FGF-18 FORMULATION IN ALGINATE/COLLAGEN HYDROGELS ~71:ARES
TRADING S.A., A SWISS COMPANY, Zone Industrielle de L'Ouriettaz, CH-1170, Aubonne, Switzerland ~72:
CATERINA LO PRESTI;FABIANA CANAL~ 33:EP ~31:13199591.2 ~32:24/12/2013
2016/04612 ~ Complete ~54:A TOPICAL COMPOSITION ~71:UNILEVER PLC, A COMPANY REGISTERED IN
ENGLAND AND WALES, Unilever House 100 Victoria Embankment, London, EC4Y 0DY, Greater London,
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United Kingdom ~72: ANINDYA DASGUPTA;JASMEET KAUR KHOKHAR;SUMAN MAJUMDER~ 33:EP
~31:14154330.6 ~32:07/02/2014
2016/04613 ~ Complete ~54:PYRIMIDINE IMIDAZOLE AMINES AS MODULATORS OF KINASE ACTIVITY
~71:MERCK PATENT GMBH, Frankfurter Strasse 250, 64293, Darmstadt, Germany ~72: ANDREAS
GOUTOPOULOS;BAYARD R HUCK;RUOXI LAN;XIAOLING CHEN;YUFANG XIAO~ 33:US ~31:61/938,343
~32:11/02/2014
2016/04614 ~ Complete ~54:PROCESS FOR CONVERTING BIOMASS INTO AT LEAST ONE BIOCHAR
~71:BIOCARBON INDUSTRIES SARL, 11, avenue de la Porte Neuve, Luxembourg ~72: VIESLET, Jean-Paul~
33:FR ~31:14/51052 ~32:11/02/2014
2016/04618 ~ Complete ~54:IMPROVED SAUSAGE CASINGS ~71:DEVRO (SCOTLAND) LIMITED,
Moodiesburn, United Kingdom ~72: VISSER, Petrus Rimke~ 33:NL ~31:2012274 ~32:14/02/2014
2016/04621 ~ Provisional ~54:SMART WMREADER ~71:MNM Techo Solutions, 1986 Comrade Street, Duduza,
xt 2, South Africa ~72: Nkosinathi Peace Magida~
2016/04615 ~ Complete ~54:COMPOSITION FOR ORAL DELIVERY OF BIOACTIVE AGENTS ~71:Advanced
BioNutrition Corporation, 7155 Columbia Gateway Drive, Suite H, COLUMBIA 21046, MD, USA, United States of
America ~72: HAREL, Moti;KAMBALAPALLY, Swetha~ 33:US ~31:61/912,958 ~32:06/12/2013
2016/04617 ~ Complete ~54:NOVEL ANTI ADAM17 ANTIBODY AND ITS USE FOR THE TREATMENT OF
CANCER ~71:PIERRE FABRE MEDICAMENT, 45, place Abel Gance, France ~72: LOWE, Peter~ 33:EP
~31:13306860.1 ~32:24/12/2013
2016/04619 ~ Complete ~54:A LIQUID NITROGEN SYSTEM AND METHOD TO GOVERN FIRE DISTRICT IN
COAL FIELD LOSSLESSLY ~71:CHINA UNIVERSITY OF MINING & TECHNOLOGY, No.1, Daxue Road,
Xuzhou High-tech Industry Development Zone.,, People's Republic of China ~72: Bobo Shi;Fubao Zhou;Hetao
Su;Jiaji Cheng;Lei Qin~ 33:CN ~31:CN 201510262390.4 ~32:21/05/2015
2016/04579 ~ Provisional ~54:LOCKER SYSTEM ~71:LIBERTY LOCKERS (PTY) LTD, 31 Pachena Drive, South
Africa ~72: MALCOLM LAWRENCE KATZ~
2016/04582 ~ Complete ~54:SANDWICH CONSTRUCTION FIN MOUNTING ~71:Mair Designs LLC, 5140 Aawa
Road, United States of America ~72: MAIR, Robin Thomas~ 33:ZA ~31:2015/04497 ~32:23/06/2015
2016/04583 ~ Complete ~54:FIBER WINDING SYSTEM FOR COMPOSITE PROJECTILE BARREL
STRUCTURE ~71:PROOF RESEARCH, INC., 10 WESTERN VILLAGE LANE, COLUMBIA FALLS, MT 59912,
USA, United States of America ~72: CURLISS, David, B.;LINCOLN, Jason, E.~ 33:US ~31:61/913,825
~32:09/12/2013
2016/04587 ~ Complete ~54:TESTOSTERONE GEL COMPOSITIONS AND RELATED METHODS
~71:UPSHER-SMITH LABORATORIES, INC., 6701 EVENSTAD DRIVE, MAPLE GROVE, MINNESOTA 55369,
USA, United States of America ~72: PIMPLASKAR, Harish, K.~ 33:US ~31:61/915,742 ~32:13/12/2013;33:US
~31:14/177,765 ~32:11/02/2014
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2016/04601 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR OBJECTIVE MANAGEMENT ~71:VAN DER SPUY,
Tiaan, 4c Grasso Apartments, Beach Road, South Africa ~72: VAN DER SPUY, Tiaan~ 33:ZA ~31:2013/06860
~32:12/09/2013
2016/04602 ~ Complete ~54:SIDE AND BOTTOM WATER LAYER THERMAL RECOVERY METHOD
ALLOWING ELECTRICALLY HEATING OIL DEPOSIT IN HORIZONTAL WELL ~71:YU, Wenying, R&D Institute
of Liaohe Oil Field Company No. 95, Oil Street, Xinglongtai Panjin, People's Republic of China ~72: WANG,
Yigang;YU, Wenying~ 33:CN ~31:201310689685.0 ~32:12/12/2013
2016/04603 ~ Complete ~54:PORTION CAPSULE FOR PREPARING A BREWED PRODUCT ~71:QBO
COFFEE GMBH, Birkenweg 4, 8304, Wallisellen, Switzerland ~72: LOUIS DEUBER~ 33:EP ~31:13199514.4
~32:24/12/2013
2016/04604 ~ Complete ~54:PORTION CAPSULE FOR PREPARING A BREWED PRODUCT ~71:QBO
COFFEE GMBH, Birkenweg 4, 8304, Wallisellen, Switzerland ~72: INGO LANTZ;LOUIS DEUBER;RÜDIGER
TERNITÉ~ 33:EP ~31:13199517.7 ~32:24/12/2013
2016/04605 ~ Complete ~54:INTER-NETWORK ASSISTED POWER CONTROL FOR INTERFERENCE
MITIGATION OF D2D COMMUNICATIONS ~71:TELEFONAKTIEBOLAGET LM ERICSSON (PUBL), , SE-164
83, Stockholm, Sweden ~72: CHRISTIAN BERGLJUNG;GARY BOUDREAU;IANA SIOMINA;MUHAMMAD
KAZMI;STEFANO SORRENTINO~ 33:US ~31:61/937,964 ~32:10/02/2014
2016/04606 ~ Complete ~54:HOLLOW FAN BLADE PREPARATION METHOD ~71:INSTITUTE FOR METALS
SUPERPLASICITY PROBLEMS OF THE RUSSIAN ACADEMY OF SCIENCES (IMSP RAS), ul. St. Khalturina,
39 Ufa, Bashkortostan Republic , 450001, Russian Federation;JOINT STOCK COMPANY "UFA ENGINE
INDUSTRIAL ASSOCIATION", ul. Ferina, 2 Ufa, Bashkortostan Republic , 450039, Russian Federation;OPEN
JOINT STOCK COMPANY "AVIADVIGATEL", Komsomolsky prospekt, 93 Perm, Permsky krai, 614900, Russian
Federation ~72: ALEXANDER ALEXANDROVICH INOZEMTSEV;ALEXANDER VIKTOROVICH
ARTYUKHOV;IREK USMANOVICH MANAPOV;MIKHAIL ALEXANDROVICH MOROZOV;RADIK RAFIKOVICH
MULYUKOV;RINAT VLADIKOVICH SAFIULLIN;SERGEY ALEXANDROVICH KHARIN;SERGEY PETROVICH
PAVLINICH;VADIM GENNADIEVICH TRIFONOV~ 33:RU ~31:2013155398 ~32:12/12/2013
2016/04607 ~ Complete ~54:PORTION CAPSULE FOR PREPARING A BREWED PRODUCT AND METHOD
FOR PRODUCING SAID PORTION CAPSULE ~71:QBO COFFEE GMBH, Birkenweg 4, 8304, Wallisellen,
Switzerland ~72: LOUIS DEUBER;ROBERT STEIN;RÜDIGER TERNITÉ~ 33:EP ~31:13199515.1
~32:24/12/2013
2016/04584 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD FOR RECOVERING PETROLEUM ~71:BASF SE, D-67056
LUDWIGSHAFEN, GERMANY, Germany ~72: BITTNER, Christian;LANGLOTZ, Björn;REICHENBACH-KLINKE,
Roland;ZIMMERMANN, Tobias~ 33:EP ~31:13197065.9 ~32:13/12/2013
2016/04585 ~ Complete ~54:MULTISTAGE POLYMERS AND COMPOSITIONS THEREOF ~71:BASF SE, D67056 LUDWIGSHAFEN, GERMANY, Germany ~72: CASEBOLT, Eric;DREWERY, Michael, J.;FOLEY,
Nicholas;HARRIS, Paul, J.~ 33:US ~31:61/915,598 ~32:13/12/2013
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2016/04586 ~ Complete ~54:PRODUCTION OF FURFURAL FROM XYLOSE ~71:BASF SE, D-67056
LUDWIGSHAFEN, GERMANY, Germany ~72: KINDLER, Alois;KOCH, Stefan~ 33:EP ~31:13197237.4
~32:13/12/2013
2016/04588 ~ Complete ~54:PRETREATMENT OF SUBSTRATES THAT HAVE UNSATURATED UNITS
~71:SIKA TECHNOLOGY AG, ZUGERSTRASSE 50, CH-6340 BAAR, SWITZERLAND, Switzerland ~72: EGLI,
Patricia;HAUFE, Markus~ 33:EP ~31:13196730.9 ~32:11/12/2013;33:CH ~31:00197/14 ~32:17/02/2014
2016/04589 ~ Complete ~54:DRILL STRING COMPONENT COUPLING DEVICE ~71:Sandvik Intellectual
Property AB, SANDVIKEN SE-811 81, SWEDEN, Sweden ~72: LINDBLOM, Anders;MÄLSTAM, Johan~ 33:EP
~31:14154665.5 ~32:11/02/2014
2016/04611 ~ Complete ~54:PYRIDAZINE DERIVATIVES FOR USE IN THE PREVENTION OR TREATMENT
OF AN ATAXIC DISORDER ~71:TAKEDA PHARMACEUTICAL COMPANY LIMITED, A JAPANESE
CORPORATION, 1-1, Doshomachi 4-chome Chuo-ku Osaka-shi, Osaka, 541-0045, Japan ~72: SARAH
ALMOND~ 33:GB ~31:1403944.0 ~32:06/03/2014
2016/04622 ~ Provisional ~54:BALE TRAILER ~71:INGWERSEN ,Matthys Johan Cornelis, Rietfontein,
Ventersdorp, North West,, South Africa ~72: INGWERSEN ,Matthys Johan Cornelis;INGWERSEN,Hendrik
Francois~
2016/04757 ~ Provisional ~54:SIM-LESS SMART PHONE (SSP) ~71:Mr Mphodisa Kekana, Stand No 216
Klopper, Ga-Mmakola, Moutse West, South Africa ~72: Mr Mphodisa Kekana~
2016/04758 ~ Provisional ~54:MAFULELA ADVANCED COMMENTATING SYSTEM (MACS) ~71:Mr Mphodisa
Kekana, Stand No 216 Klopper, Ga-Mmmakola,, South Africa ~72: Mr Mphodisa Kekana~
2016/04592 ~ Complete ~54:GPR142 AGONIST COMPOUNDS ~71:Eli Lilly and Company, Lilly Corporate
Center, INDIANAPOLIS 46285, IN, USA, United States of America ~72: HU, Zhi Long;LIU, Lian Zhu;MA,
Tianwei;ZENG, Mi Emily;ZHOU, Jingye~ 33:IB ~31:2014/072083 ~32:14/02/2014
-APPLIED ON 7/7/20162016/04657 ~ Complete ~54:THERMOLUMINESCENT COMPOSITE PARTICLE AND MARKING COMPRISING
SAME ~71:SICPA HOLDING SA, Avenue de Florissant 41, PRILLY CH-1008, SWITZERLAND, Switzerland ~72:
DORIER, Jean-Luc;MILOS-SCHOUWINK, Mia;RAEMY, Xavier Cédric~ 33:IB ~31:2013/077823
~32:20/12/2013;33:US ~31:61/919037 ~32:20/12/2013
2016/04658 ~ Complete ~54:NOVEL ANTI-DPEP3 ANTIBODIES AND METHODS OF USE ~71:Stemcentrx, Inc.,
450 East Jamie Court, SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO 94080, CA, USA, United States of America ~72:
BOONTANRART, Mandy;LIU, David;ROKKAM, Deepti;SAUNDERS, Laura~ 33:US ~31:61/915,321
~32:12/12/2013
2016/04662 ~ Complete ~54:REGULATING ORNITHINE METABOLISM TO MANIPULATE THE HIGH
MANNOSE GLYCOFORM CONTENT OF RECOMBINANT PROTEINS ~71:Amgen Inc., One Amgen Center
Drive, THOUSAND OAKS 91320-1799, CA, USA, United States of America ~72: BARKHORDARIAN,
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Hedieh;BONDARENKO, Pavel;HUANG, Chung-Jr;KANG, Sohye;ZHANG, Zhongqi~ 33:US ~31:61/926,481
~32:13/01/2014
2016/04626 ~ Provisional ~54:MEGA HUNT PINBALL ~71:Mpilonhle Nomnga, 1185 Luaname street, Tshiawelo,
South Africa ~72: Mpilonhle Nomnga~
2016/04640 ~ Complete ~54:NOVEL ANTI-NETRIN-1 ANTIBODY ~71:NETRIS PHARMA, 28 rue Laennec
Centre Léon Bérard, France ~72: DEAN, Yann;DELCROS, Jean-Guy~ 33:EP ~31:14305034.2 ~32:10/01/2014
2016/04637 ~ Complete ~54:MONOLITHIC PLANE WITH ELECTRICAL CONTACTS AND METHODS FOR
MANUFACTURING THE SAME ~71:PHILIP MORRIS PRODUCTS S.A., Quai Jeanrenaud 3, Switzerland ~72:
BERNAUER, Dominique;FERNANDO, Felix~ 33:EP ~31:14160681.4 ~32:19/03/2014
2016/04638 ~ Complete ~54:COMPOSITIONS AND METHODS FOR TREATMENT OF ABNORMAL CELL
GROWTH ~71:PFIZER, INC., 235 East 42nd Street, New York, United States of America;VERASTEM, INC., 17
Kendrick Street, Suite 500, Needham, United States of America ~72: NKANSAH, Paul, Okwabi;PADVAL,
Mahesh~ 33:US ~31:61/925,467 ~32:09/01/2014
2016/04660 ~ Complete ~54:PD-1 ANTIBODY, ANTIGEN-BINDING FRAGMENT THEREOF, AND MEDICAL
APPLICATION THEREOF ~71:Jiangsu Hengrui Medicine Co., Ltd., No.7 Kunlunshan Road, Economic and
Technological Development Zone, LIANYUNGANG 222047, JIANGSU, CHINA (P.R.C.), People's Republic of
China;Shanghai Hengrui Pharmaceutical Co. Ltd., No. 279 Wenjing Road, MINHANG DISTRICT 200245,
SHANGHAI, CHINA (P.R.C.), People's Republic of China ~72: CAO, Guoqing;LIN, Jufang;QU, Xiangdong;TAO,
Weikang;YANG, Li;YE, Xin;YUAN, Jijun;ZHANG, Lei;ZHANG, Lianshan~ 33:CN ~31:201310681942.6
~32:12/12/2013
2016/04639 ~ Complete ~54:RAILWAY POINTS, RAILWAY POINTS OPERATING APPARATUS AND RAILWAY
TRACK CROSSING ~71:LOUGHBOROUGH UNIVERSITY, Enterprise Office, Hazelrigg Building, Loughborough
University, United Kingdom ~72: BEMMENT, Samuel David;DIXON, Roger;GOODALL, Roger Morgan~ 33:GB
~31:1322641.0 ~32:20/12/2013;33:GB ~31:1322660.0 ~32:20/12/2013;33:GB ~31:1403674.3 ~32:03/03/2014
2016/04641 ~ Complete ~54:THERAPEUTIC METHODS AND COMPOSITIONS ~71:INSTITUT PASTEUR, 2528 rue du Docteur, Roux, F-75724, Paris Cedex 15, France ~72: FLORENCE BUGAULT;JACQUES
THEZE;THIERRY ROSE~ 33:US ~31:61/920,137 ~32:23/12/2013;33:EP ~31:14174599.2
~32:26/06/2014;33:US ~31:62/017,457 ~32:26/06/2014
2016/04642 ~ Complete ~54:MAIZE CYTOPLASMIC MALE STERILITY (CMS) S-TYPE RESTORER RF3 GENE,
MOLECULAR MARKERS AND THEIR USE ~71:DOW AGROSCIENCES LLC, 9330 Zionsville Road,
Indianapolis, 46268, Indiana, United States of America ~72: BRUCE A NAGEL;JAFAR MAMMADOV;RUIHUA
REN;RYAN GIBSON;YANXIN STAR GAO~ 33:US ~31:61/922,349 ~32:31/12/2013
2016/04651 ~ Complete ~54:NOVEL MAIZE UBIQUITIN PROMOTERS ~71:DOW AGROSCIENCES LLC, 9330
Zionsville Road, Indianapolis, 46268, Indiana, United States of America ~72: DIAA ALABED;DOUG A
SMITH;MANJU GUPTA;SANDEEP KUMAR;SUSAN M JAYNE;TERRY R WRIGHT~ 33:US ~31:61/922,534
~32:31/12/2013
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2016/04652 ~ Complete ~54:NOVEL MAIZE UBIQUITIN PROMOTERS ~71:DOW AGROSCIENCES LLC, 9330
Zionsville Road, Indianapolis, 46268, Indiana, United States of America ~72: DIAA ALABED;DOUG A
SMITH;MANJU GUPTA;SANDEEP KUMAR;SUSAN M JAYNE;TERRY R WRIGHT~ 33:US ~31:61/922,522
~32:31/12/2013
2016/04653 ~ Complete ~54:TRAIT STACKING STRATEGY FOR CORN INTROGRESSION ~71:DOW
AGROSCIENCES LLC, 9330 Zionsville Road, Indianapolis, 46268, Indiana, United States of America ~72:
JAMES W BING;JENELLE MEYER~ 33:US ~31:61/921,681 ~32:30/12/2013
2016/04661 ~ Complete ~54:6,7-TRANS CEPHALOSPORIN-BASED PROBES FOR DETECTING BACTERIA
EXPRESSING A METALLO-ß-LACTAMASE ~71:The Board of Trustees of the Leland Stanford Junior University,
3000 El Camino Real, Building Five, Third Floor, PALO ALTO 94306, CA, USA, United States of America ~72:
RAO, Jianghong;SHI, Haibin~ 33:US ~31:61/928,524 ~32:17/01/2014;33:US ~31:61/968,404 ~32:21/03/2014
2016/04627 ~ Provisional ~54:LIVE SCHOOL SPORTING EVENT STREAMING THROUGH SOLAR CAMERAS
~71:AltEnSure (Pty) Ltd, UNIT 2 LAVEDA 1211 KEYSER DRIVE, South Africa ~72: AltEnSure (Pty) Ltd~
2016/04647 ~ Complete ~54:NOVEL MAIZE UBIQUITIN PROMOTERS ~71:DOW AGROSCIENCES LLC, 9330
Zionsville Road, Indianapolis, 46268, Indiana, United States of America ~72: DIAA ALABED;DOUG A
SMITH;MANJU GUPTA;SANDEEP KUMAR;SUSAN M JAYNE;TERRY R WRIGHT~ 33:US ~31:61/922,526
~32:31/12/2013
2016/04648 ~ Complete ~54:MAIZE CYTOPLASMIC MALE STERILITY (CMS) S-TYPE RESTORER GENE RF3
~71:DOW AGROSCIENCES LLC, 9330 Zionsville Road, Indianapolis, 46268, Indiana, United States of America
~72: BRUCE A NAGEL;JAFAR MAMMADOV;LIANG YE;RUIHUA REN;RYAN GIBSON;SIVA P
KUMPATLA;STEVEN A THOMPSON;SUSHMITHA PAULRAJ;TYLER MANSFIELD;YANXIN STAR GAO~ 33:US
~31:61/922,344 ~32:31/12/2013
2016/04646 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD FOR REPELLING RODENTS ~71:ARKION LIFE SCIENCES, LLC, 551
Mews Drive, Suite J, New Castle, 19720, Delaware, United States of America ~72: KENNETH E JR
BALLINGER;SCOTT JOHN WERNER~ 33:US ~31:61/926,546 ~32:13/01/2014;33:US ~31:62/042,524
~32:27/08/2014;33:US ~31:62/043,529 ~32:29/08/2014;33:US ~31:62/083,551 ~32:24/11/2014;33:US
~31:14/595,718 ~32:13/01/2015
2016/04659 ~ Complete ~54:MACHINING SYSTEM FOR A PLURALITY OF DIFFERENT WORKPIECES
~71:Trodat GmbH, Linzerstraße 156, WELS A-4600, AUSTRIA, Austria ~72: PINOT, Jean-Philippe;VERRIER,
Stéphanie~ 33:AT ~31:A50017/2014 ~32:10/01/2014
2016/04663 ~ Complete ~54:COMPUTER, CONTROL DEVICE AND DATA PROCESSING METHOD
~71:Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd., Huawei Administration Building, Bantian, Longgang, SHENZHEN 518129,
GUANGDONG, CHINA (P.R.C.), People's Republic of China ~72: BAO, Yungang;MA, Jiuyue;REN, Rui;SUI,
Xiufeng;ZHANG, Lixin~ 33:CN ~31:201410182148.1 ~32:30/04/2014;33:CN ~31:201410682375.0
~32:24/11/2014
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2016/04664 ~ Complete ~54:DENTAL IMPLANT PROSTHETIC STRUCTURE ~71:IMPLANT PROTESIS
DENTAL 2004 S.L., Cami del Mig 71, planta 1 E-08303 Mataro, Spain ~72: PÉREZ YANINI, Juan Carlos~ 33:ES
~31:P201430328 ~32:11/03/2014
2016/04665 ~ Complete ~54:AN AEROSOL-GENERATING SYSTEM COMPRISING A PLANAR INDUCTION
COIL ~71:PHILIP MORRIS PRODUCTS S.A., Quai Jeanrenaud 3, Switzerland ~72: MIRONOV, Oleg;~ 33:EP
~31:14169224.4 ~32:21/05/2014;33:EP ~31:14197252.1 ~32:10/12/2014
2016/04649 ~ Complete ~54:NOVEL MAIZE UBIQUITIN PROMOTERS ~71:DOW AGROSCIENCES LLC, 9330
Zionsville Road, Indianapolis, 46268, Indiana, United States of America ~72: DIAA ALABED;DOUG A
SMITH;MANJU GUPTA;SANDEEP KUMAR;SUSAN M JAYNE;TERRY R WRIGHT~ 33:US ~31:61/922,525
~32:31/12/2013
2016/04650 ~ Complete ~54:NOVEL MAIZE UBIQUITIN PROMOTERS ~71:DOW AGROSCIENCES LLC, 9330
Zionsville Road, Indianapolis, 46268, Indiana, United States of America ~72: DIAA ALABED;DOUG A
SMITH;MANJU GUPTA;SANDEEP KUMAR;SUSAN M JAYNE;TERRY R WRIGHT~ 33:US ~31:61/922,529
~32:31/12/2013
2016/04628 ~ Provisional ~54:COCATENATION SHOPPING ~71:Manthole Manemela Maila, 1029 SELEMA
STREET MABUYA PARK, South Africa ~72: Manthole Manemela Maila~
2016/04629 ~ Provisional ~54:TILE DISPLAY SYSTEM AND METHOD ~71:ZHANG, He, Stand 1682 Waterstone
Park, Blackrock Street, Greenstone, Germiston 1609, Gauteng, SOUTH AFRICA, South Africa ~72: ZHANG, He~
2016/04630 ~ Complete ~54:HANDLE FOR A SCREWDRIVER OR A SIMILAR HAND-ROTATED TOOL
~71:SMITH, Charles Emmanuel Paul, 1 Chriszet, 36 Viljoen Street, MIDDELBURG 1050, SOUTH AFRICA, South
Africa ~72: SMITH, Charles Emmanuel Paul~ 33:ZA ~31:2015/05309 ~32:23/07/2015
2016/04631 ~ Complete ~54:FASTENING SYSTEM ALLOWING COMPONENT REMOVAL AFTER FASTENER
SYSTEM FAILURE ~71:Channell Commercial Corporation, 26040 Ynez Road, TEMECULA 92591-6033 , CA,
USA, United States of America ~72: LEMACKS, Michael A.~ 33:US ~31:62/194,716 ~32:20/07/2015;33:US
~31:15/177,277 ~32:08/06/2016
2016/04632 ~ Complete ~54:COMPLEX TASK MANAGEMENT SYSTEM ~71:ALWAR, Varen, 10 Cassiafield
Grove, Springfield Park, South Africa ~72: ALWAR, Varen~ 33:ZA ~31:2015/02255 ~32:07/04/2015
2016/04633 ~ Complete ~54:A LOAD-BEARING HARNESS ~71:ADRIAANSE, Frederik Gideon, Uitsig Plaas,
Posbus 181, South Africa ~72: ADRIAANSE, Frederik Gideon~
2016/04634 ~ Complete ~54:WEB BASED MARKETPLACE ~71:LOR TECHNOLOGIES (PTY) LTD, 138 VAN
RIEBECK AVENUE, EDENVALE 1610, SOUTH AFRICA, South Africa ~72: MCDOUALL, Francis, John,
Stephen~ 33:ZA ~31:2013/09237 ~32:09/12/2013
2016/04643 ~ Complete ~54:HYDROFORMYLATION PROCESS ~71:DOW TECHNOLOGY INVESTMENTS
LLC, 2020 Dow Center, Midland, 48674, Michigan, United States of America ~72: CLOID R SMITH III;EDWARD
A LORD;GEORGE R PHILLIPS;GLENN A MILLER;IRVIN B COX;MARTIN SMIDT;MICHAEL A
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BRAMMER;MICHAEL C BECKER;MORTEZA MOKHTARZADEH;RICK B WATSON;THOMAS C
EISENSCHMID~ 33:US ~31:61/918,353 ~32:19/12/2013
2016/04644 ~ Complete ~54:HYDROFORMYLATION PROCESS ~71:DOW TECHNOLOGY INVESTMENTS
LLC, 2020 Dow Center, Midland, 48674, Michigan, United States of America ~72: GLENN A MILLER;IRVIN B
COX;JASON F GILES~ 33:US ~31:61/918,344 ~32:19/12/2013
2016/04645 ~ Complete ~54:NOVEL COMPOSITIONS ~71:NEUROVANCE, INC., 43 Thorndike Street, Suite S13, Cambridge, 02141, Massachusetts, United States of America ~72: ANTHONY MCKINNEY;BRIAN
MCMILLAN;MATTHEW GREENE;WALTER PISKORSKI~ 33:US ~31:61/913,886 ~32:09/12/2013
2016/04635 ~ Complete ~54:PROCESS FOR REDUCING THE VOLUME FLOW COMPRISING MAGNETIC
AGGLOMERATES BY ELUTRIATION ~71:BASF SE, 67056 LUDWIGSHAFEN, GERMANY, Germany ~72:
INCERA GARRIDO, Gerardo;MENTGES, Michael~ 33:EP ~31:14150406.8 ~32:08/01/2014
2016/04636 ~ Complete ~54:CONJUGATE COMPRISING ERYTHROPOIETIN AND A BRANCHED POLYMERIC
STRUCTURE ~71:CENTRO DE INGENIERÍA GENÉTICA Y BIOTECNOLOGÍA, AVE. 31 ENTRE 158 Y 190,
ATABEY, PLAYA, CP 11600, LA HABANA, CUBA, Cuba;CENTRO DE INMUNOLOGÍA MOLECULAR, CALLE
216 Y 15, ATABEY, PLAYA, CP 11600, LA HABANA, CUBA, Cuba ~72: AMARO GONZÁLEZ, Daniel,
Enrique;CASTRO ODIO, Fidel, Raúl;HERNÁNDEZ VALDES, Yenisel;PÁEZ MEIRELES, Rolando;RUIZ
ESTRADA, Gladys, Amalia~ 33:CU ~31:CU-2014-0003 ~32:08/01/2014
2016/04625 ~ Provisional ~54:GAS BOTTLE SUPPORT/HARNESS/WEDGE FOR SAFE TRANSPORTING
~71:Marthinus Jacobus Martin, 14 Korundum Ave Wilropark, South Africa ~72: Marthinus Jacobus Martin~
2016/04798 ~ Complete ~54:NITROXYL DONORS WITH IMPROVED THERAPEUTIC INDEX ~71:CARDIOXYL
PHARMACEUTICALS ,INC., Suite 212 1450 Raleigh Road Exchange East, Chapel Hill, 27517, North Carolina,,
United States of America ~72: BROOKFIELD,FREDERICK ARTHUR;COURTNEY,STEPHEN
MARTIN;FROST,LISA MARIE;KALISH,VINCENT JACOB;TOSCANO,JOHN P~ 33:US ~31:61/754,237
~32:18/01/2013;33:US ~31:61/782,781 ~32:14/03/2016
2016/04654 ~ Complete ~54:DIARYL MACROCYCLES AS MODULATORS OF PROTEIN KINASES ~71:TP
THERAPEUTICS, INC., 6650 Lusk Boulevard, Suite B107, San Diego, 92121, California, United States of
America ~72: DAYONG ZHAI;EVAN W ROGERS;JINGRONG JEAN CUI;YISHAN LI~ 33:US ~31:61/931,506
~32:24/01/2014;33:US ~31:62/049,326 ~32:11/09/2014;33:US ~31:62/106,301 ~32:22/01/2015
2016/04655 ~ Complete ~54:FACTOR VIII CHIMERIC PROTEINS AND USES THEREOF ~71:Biogen MA Inc.,
250 Binney Street, CAMBRIDGE 02142, MA, USA, United States of America ~72: CHHABRA, Ekta Seth;LIU,
Tongyao~ 33:US ~31:61/926,226 ~32:10/01/2014;33:US ~31:61/988,104 ~32:02/05/2014
2016/04656 ~ Complete ~54:CARRIAGE OF HEVC EXTENSION BITSTREAMS AND BUFFER MODEL WITH
MPEG-2 SYSTEMS ~71:QUALCOMM Incorporated, 5775 Morehouse Drive, SAN DIEGO 92121-1714, CA, USA,
United States of America ~72: CHEN, Ying;WANG, Ye-Kui~ 33:US ~31:61/925,191 ~32:08/01/2014;33:US
~31:14/591,649 ~32:07/01/2015
-APPLIED ON 7/8/2016-
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2016/04680 ~ Complete ~54:AEROSOL-FORMING MEMBER ~71:BATMark Limited, Globe House, 4 Temple
Place, LONDON WC2R 2PG, UNITED KINGDOM, United Kingdom ~72: BUCHBERGER, Helmut;DICKENS,
Colin John;FRASER, Rory~ 33:GB ~31:1401524.2 ~32:29/01/2014
2016/04684 ~ Complete ~54:5-BIPHENYL-4-HETEROARYLCARBONYLAMINO-PENTANOIC ACID
DERIVATIVES AS NEPRILYSIN INHIBITORS ~71:Theravance Biopharma R&D IP, LLC, 901 Gateway
Boulevard, SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO 94080, CA, USA, United States of America ~72: BEAUSOLIEL, AnneMarie;FLEURY, Melissa;HUGHES, Adam D.;LONG, Daniel D.;WILTON, Donna A.A.~ 33:US ~31:61/933,402
~32:30/01/2014
2016/04696 ~ Complete ~54:OPTICAL TOMOGRAPHY APPARATUS AND METHOD ~71:Centre National De La
Recherche Scientifique, 3, rue Michel Ange, PARIS F-75016, FRANCE, France;Institut D'optique Graduate
School, 2 avenue Augustin Fresnel, PALAISEAU F-91127, FRANCE, France;Universite Paris Sud 11, Bât. 300,
ORSAY F-91405, FRANCE, France ~72: DUBOIS, Arnaud~ 33:FR ~31:1363234 ~32:20/12/2013
2016/04677 ~ Complete ~54:EMBANKMENT SUPPORT ~71:HISSES BLOCKS (PTY) LTD, Die Opstal Unit 26,
St. Francis Drive, C-Place, Jeffreysbay, South Africa ~72: DE GROOT, Trevor~ 33:ZA ~31:2013/09288
~32:10/12/2013
2016/04678 ~ Complete ~54:ICE-CREAM WAFER COATING AND METHOD FOR THE MANUFACTURE
THEREOF ~71:Nestec S.A., Avenue Nestlé 55, VEVEY CH-1800, SWITZERLAND, Switzerland ~72:
CHANDRASEKARAN, Shantha Nalur~ 33:EP ~31:13196536.0 ~32:10/12/2013
2016/04685 ~ Complete ~54:NEPRILYSIN INHIBITORS ~71:Theravance Biopharma R&D IP, LLC, 901 Gateway
Boulevard, SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO 94080, CA, USA, United States of America ~72: BEAUSOLIEL, AnneMarie;FLEURY, Melissa;HUGHES, Adam D.;LONG, Daniel D.;WILTON, Donna A.A.~ 33:US ~31:61/933,406
~32:30/01/2014;33:US ~31:62/016,742 ~32:25/06/2014
2016/04695 ~ Complete ~54:ORAL CARE COMPOSITIONS AND METHODS ~71:Colgate-Palmolive Company,
300 Park Avenue, NEW YORK 10022, NY, USA, United States of America ~72: CHEN, Xiang;JOGUN,
Suzanne;PRENCIPE, Michael~
2016/04705 ~ Complete ~54:COMPOSITIONS FOR USE IN THE TREATMENT OF ALLERGIC CONDITIONS
~71:IMMUNE DESIGN CORP., 1616 Eastlake Ave E. Suite 310, Seattle, 98102, Washington, United States of
America ~72: ALEXANDRA KROPOTOVA;CHRISTOPHER ARENDT;CHRISTOPHER H CLEGG;KURT
STOECKLI;STEVEN G REED~ 33:US ~31:61/929,780 ~32:21/01/2014
2016/04710 ~ Complete ~54:PROCESSING BY A SEPARATION TECHNIQUE OF A GAS MIXTURE FORMED
FROM A PRODUCT STREAM OF A DIMETHYL REACTOR ~71:LINDE AKTIENGESELLSCHAFT,
Klosterhofstrasse 1, Germany ~72: FRITZ, Helmut;PESCHEL, Andreas~ 33:DE ~31:14000042.3 ~32:07/01/2014
2016/04712 ~ Provisional ~54:SOLAR HEAT AND ELECTRICITY GENERATORS ~71:HENDRICK RISIMATI
MATHEBULA, 56 Montana Villas, 394 Dr Van der merwe Drive, Montana, South Africa ~72: HENDRICK
RISIMATI MATHEBULA~
2016/04698 ~ Complete ~54:OVERFILL PREVENTION VALVE FOR STORAGE TANK WITH REMOTE
TESTING ~71:FRANKLIN FUELING SYSTEMS, INC., 3760 Marsh Road, Madison, 53718, Wisconsin, United
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States of America ~72: JUSTIN F KUEHN;MICHAEL CHRISTOPHERSON~ 33:US ~31:61/923,324
~32:03/01/2014
2016/04713 ~ Provisional ~54:TRADE IN EMPOWERMENT PLANT (MOTOR VEHICLES) ~71:BONTLE
BATHONG INVESTMENTS (PTY) LTD, 1302 Park Mansion 6, Van der Merwe Str, South Africa ~72: LLOYD
KGOBANE;SYLVESTER THEKISO~
2016/04714 ~ Provisional ~54:LIGHT ENERGY CHARGER ~71:PULENG JOHANNES MOTUPA, Stand no 404,
Nobody,, South Africa ~72: PULENG JOHANNES MOTUPA~
2016/04715 ~ Provisional ~54:A RADAR ASSEMBLY ~71:REUTECH RADAR SYSTEMS (PROPRIETARY)
LIMITED, 35 Elektron Avenue, Technopark, Stellenbosch, 7600, South Africa ~72: BAARD,CHARL
WYNAND;NORTJE,STEPHANUS JOHANNES;STEYN,WERNER;VAN DER MERWE,PAULUS JACOBUS~
2016/04667 ~ Provisional ~54:REACTOR ~71:IMPROCHEM (PTY) LTD, Pinelands Hill Business Park, 1 Maxwell
Drive, South Africa ~72: Petrus Jacobus OBERHOLZER~
2016/04668 ~ Provisional ~54:A CONTAINER OPENING DEVICE, A CLOSURE FOR A CONTAINER, AND A
CONTAINER ~71:ANDREWS, Roland, 17 SANRIKA, 23 TYNE AVENUE, RED HILL, DURBAN, SOUTH AFRICA,
South Africa ~72: ANDREWS, Roland~
2016/04669 ~ Provisional ~54:SHOOTERS ULTIMATE SHOOTING RANGE COMPANION ~71:Anton Gerhard
Strydom, PO Box 2053 Primrose 1416, South Africa ~72: Anton Gerhard Strydom~
2016/04670 ~ Complete ~54:SPACE EFFICIENT PACKING OF MULTIPLE CONTAINERS IN A LARGE
CONTAINER ~71:APL CARTONS (PTY) LTD, Abattoir Road, South Africa ~72: NORTJE, Marthinus Jordaan~
33:ZA ~31:2015/06121 ~32:24/08/2015
2016/04671 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR ENHANCING SECURITY OF CARD BASED
FINANCIAL TRANSACTION ~71:COMVIVA TECHNOLOGIES LIMITED, A-26, Info City, Sector 34, India ~72:
GOYAL, Gaurav;JAIN, Manish Kumar~ 33:IN ~31:2096/DEL/2015 ~32:10/07/2015
2016/04672 ~ Complete ~54:COAL GASIFICATION ~71:DYNAMIC CHOICES 102 CC, 99 Davidson Road,
George 6530, Western Cape, SOUTH AFRICA, South Africa ~72: TERBLANCHE, Jacobus~ 33:ZA
~31:2015/04344 ~32:17/06/2015
2016/04673 ~ Complete ~54:MANGANESE-CONTAINING DIESEL OXIDATION CATALYST ~71:BASF
CORPORATION, 100 PARK AVENUE, FLORHAM PARK, NJ 07932, USA, United States of America ~72:
DUMBUYA, Karifala;GERLACH, Olga;ROTH, Stanley, A.;STIEBELS, Susanne;SUNDERMANN, Andreas;SUNG,
Shiang;ZABEL, Claudia~ 33:US ~31:14/107,781 ~32:16/12/2013
2016/04674 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR DATA-SHARING ~71:NOKIA TECHNOLOGIES
OY, KARAPORTTI 3, 02610 ESPOO, FINLAND, Finland ~72: JIANG, Zhenghao;MA, Guoxin;WANG,
Fangqian;XUE, Chaomin~
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2016/04679 ~ Complete ~54:FAST PLASTICIZING COATING FOR FROZEN CONFECTION ~71:Nestec S.A.,
Avenue Nestlé 55, VEVEY CH-1800, SWITZERLAND, Switzerland ~72: CHANDRASEKARAN, Shantha Nalur~
33:EP ~31:13196533.7 ~32:10/12/2013
2016/04683 ~ Complete ~54:DISCHARGE HEAD WITH FLEXIBLE ELEMENT AND VERTICAL PUMP ~71:ITT
Manufacturing Enterprises, LLC, 1105 North Market Street, Suite 1300, WILMINGTON 19801, DE, USA, United
States of America ~72: BEHNKE, Paul W.~ 33:US ~31:14/163,235 ~32:24/01/2014
2016/04687 ~ Complete ~54:COMBINATION PRODUCT FOR THE PREVENTION OF SEXUALLY
TRANSMITTED INFECTIONS ~71:The Population Council, Inc., One Dag Hammarskjold Plaza, NEW YORK
10017, NY, USA, United States of America;The United States of America, as represented by the Secretary,
Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Technology Transfer, National Institutes of Health, 6011
Executive Boulevard, Suite 325, MSC 7660, BETHESDA 20892-7660, MD, USA, United States of America ~72:
O'KEEFE, Barry R.;ROBBIANI, Melissa;ROMERO, José A. Fernández~ 33:US ~31:61/932,706 ~32:28/01/2014
2016/04689 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD AND DEVICE FOR DETERMINING AN N+1-DIMENSIONAL
ENVIRONMENT MODEL AND MINING APPARATUS ~71:Siemens Industry, Inc., 3333 Old Milton Parkway,
ALPHARETTA 30005-4437, GA, USA, United States of America ~72: EIDENBERGER, Robert;JAEGER, Julian
D.;ROBERTSON, Daniel W.;WÖSCH, Thomas~ 33:US ~31:61/933,623 ~32:30/01/2014
2016/04692 ~ Complete ~54:LIGHT THERAPY PLATFORM SYSTEM ~71:Johnson & Johnson Consumer Inc.,
199 Grandview Road, SKILLMAN 08558, NJ, USA, United States of America ~72: ALTHOFF, Charles
Peter;BLAUSTEIN, Lawrence A.;BRAMLEY, Alistair;FREITAG, Eric;LORENC , Zbigniew Paul;SHUTER, Daniel
Joseph;SHUTER, David;TAPPER, Jay;ZADEH, Allen~ 33:US ~31:61/914,624 ~32:11/12/2013;33:US
~31:14/324,453 ~32:07/07/2014;33:US ~31:14/567,552 ~32:11/12/2014
2016/04702 ~ Complete ~54:HIGH-RELIABILITY TRANSMISSION SCHEME WITH LOW RESOURCE
UTILIZATION ~71:TELEFONAKTIEBOLAGET LM ERICSSON (PUBL), , SE-164 83, Stockholm, Sweden ~72:
ATHER GATTAMI;GABOR FODOR;ROBERT BALDEMAIR;STEFAN PARKVALL~
2016/04704 ~ Complete ~54:MULTIPHASIC BONE GRAFT SUBSTITUTE MATERIAL ~71:AGNOVOS
HEALTHCARE, LLC, 7301 Calhoun Drive, Suite 100, Rockville, 20855, Maryland, United States of America ~72:
JAMIE MACDOUGALL;JON MOSELEY;KATIE HARRIGAN~ 33:US ~31:61/915,837 ~32:13/12/2013;33:US
~31:62/031,635 ~32:31/07/2014
2016/04693 ~ Complete ~54:(R)-3-((3S,4S)-3-FLUORO-4-(4-HYDROXYPHENYL)PIPERIDIN-1-YL)-1-(4METHYLBENZYL)PYRROLIDIN-2-ONE AND ITS PRODRUGS FOR THE TREATMENT OF PSYCHIATRIC
DISORDERS ~71:Bristol-Myers Squibb Company, Route 206 and Province Line Road, PRINCETON 08540-4000,
NJ, USA, United States of America ~72: MACOR, John E.;THOMPSON III, Lorin A.~ 33:US ~31:61/925,405
~32:09/01/2014
2016/04697 ~ Complete ~54:AEROSOL-FORMING MEMBER ~71:BATMark Limited, Globe House, 4 Temple
Place, LONDON WC2R 2PG, UNITED KINGDOM, United Kingdom ~72: BUCHBERGER, Helmut;DICKENS,
Colin John;FRASER, Rory~ 33:GB ~31:1401520.0 ~32:29/01/2014
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2016/04706 ~ Complete ~54:STEERING OF MOBILITY AND/OR ACCESS SELECTION BETWEEN CELLS
~71:TELEFONAKTIEBOLAGET LM ERICSSON (PUBL), , SE-164 83, Stockholm, Sweden ~72: ANGELO
CENTONZA;CHRISTOFER LINDHEIMER;FILIP MESTANOV;MATTIAS BERGSTRÖM;OUMER TEYEB~ 33:US
~31:61/946,942 ~32:03/03/2014
2016/04708 ~ Complete ~54:PROPER POSTURE HIGH-HEELED SHOES ~71:Heelzero LLC, 200 Madison
Avenue, NEW YORK 10016, NY, USA, United States of America ~72: KAZES, Hayim Vitali~ 33:US
~31:61/925,748 ~32:10/01/2014;33:US ~31:14/595,205 ~32:12/01/2015
2016/04686 ~ Complete ~54:ANTI-VISTA ANTIBODIES AND FRAGMENTS ~71:Janssen Pharmaceutica N.V.,
Turnhoutseweg 30, BEERSE B-2340, BELGIUM, Belgium ~72: POWERS, Gordon;SNYDER, Linda~ 33:US
~31:61/920,695 ~32:24/12/2013;33:US ~31:62/085,086 ~32:26/11/2014
2016/04688 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD FOR PRODUCING A COVERING ELEMENT MADE FROM FIBRES
IMPREGNATED WITH BITUMEN HAVING IMPROVED FIRE PROPERTIES, AND COMPOSITION
~71:Onduline, 35 rue Baudin, LEVALLOIS-PERRET F-92300, FRANCE, France ~72: GUZEL (Deceased),
Andac;SAKIOGLU, Ethem;TOKDEMIR, Eyup~ 33:FR ~31:14 00213 ~32:28/01/2014
2016/04694 ~ Complete ~54:INTEGRATED PRESSURIZED PUMP SHAFT SEAL ASSEMBLY AND METHOD
OF USE THEREOF ~71:Toyo Pumps North America Corp., 2853 Douglas Road, BURNABY V5C 6H2, BRITISH
COLUMBIA, CANADA, Canada;VAN-DE-VELDE, Peter Francis, 2853 Douglas Road, BURNABY V5C 6H2,
BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA, Canada ~72: GUENTHER, Nicholas James;VAN-DE-VELDE, Peter Francis~
33:US ~31:61/923,675 ~32:05/01/2014
2016/04701 ~ Complete ~54:AGRICULTURAL PESTICIDE COMPOSITIONS ~71:RHODIA OPERATIONS, A
SOCIÉTÉ PAR ACTIONS SIMPLIFIÉE, 25 rue de Clichy, 75009, Paris, France ~72: KRISH
SHANMUGA;RAJESH GOYAL;STEPHEN L WILSON~ 33:US ~31:61/921,629 ~32:30/12/2013
2016/04703 ~ Complete ~54:TETRAHYDROPYRIDOPYRAZINES MODULATORS OF GPR6 ~71:TAKEDA
PHARMACEUTICAL COMPANY LIMITED, A JAPANESE COMPANY, 1-1, Doshomachi 4-Chome Chuo-ku
Osaka-shi, Osaka, 541-0045, Japan ~72: HOLGER MONENSCHEIN;HOLLY REICHARD;HUKAI SUN;JASON
BROWN;KRISTIN SCHLEICHER;MARIA HOPKINS;SHOTA KIKUCHI;STEPHEN HITCHCOCK;TODD
MACKLIN~ 33:US ~31:61/919,661 ~32:20/12/2013
2016/04707 ~ Complete ~54:HEXAHYDROFUROPYRROLES AS PDE1 INHIBITORS ~71:H. LUNDBECK A/S, A
DANISH COMPANY, Ottiliavej 9, DK-2500, Valby, Denmark ~72: JAN KEHLER;LARS KYHN
RASMUSSEN;MORTEN LANGGÅRD~ 33:DK ~31:PA 2014 00069 ~32:07/02/2014
2016/04709 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD FOR SEPARATING A HYDROCARBON MIXTURE CONTAINING
HYDROGEN, SEPARATING DEVICE, AND OLEFIN PLANT ~71:LINDE AKTIENGESELLSCHAFT,
Klosterhofstrasse 1, Germany ~72: FRITZ, Helmut;HÖFEL, Torben~ 33:EU ~31:14000040.7 ~32:07/01/2014
2016/04675 ~ Complete ~54:MANGANESE-CONTAINING DIESEL OXIDATION CATALYST ~71:BASF
CORPORATION, 100 PARK AVENUE, FLORHAM PARK, NJ 07932, USA, United States of America ~72:
GERLACH, Olga;ROTH, Stanley, A.;STIEBELS, Susanne;SUNDERMANN, Andreas;SUNG, Shiang;ZABEL,
Claudia~ 33:US ~31:14/107,704 ~32:16/12/2013
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2016/04682 ~ Complete ~54:FLUID TESTING SYSTEM ~71:Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P.,
11445 Compaq Center Drive W., HOUSTON 77070, TX, USA, United States of America ~72: GIRI, Manish;LU,
Sirena C.;SELLS, Jeremy;VALENCIA, Melinda M.~ 33:IB ~31:2014/013748 ~32:30/01/2014
2016/04690 ~ Complete ~54:FROZEN CONFECTIONERY PRODUCT WITH AN EASY PEELABLE GEL
COATING AND A METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING SAME ~71:Nestec S.A., Avenue Nestlé 55, VEVEY CH1800, SWITZERLAND, Switzerland ~72: LEAW, Kit Yee;MA, Changpu~ 33:IB ~31:2013/089003 ~32:10/12/2013
2016/04691 ~ Complete ~54:FROZEN CONFECTIONERY PRODUCT WITH AN EASY PEELABLE GEL
COATING AND A METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING SAME ~71:Nestec S.A., Avenue Nestlé 55, VEVEY CH1800, SWITZERLAND, Switzerland ~72: JIRARUANGKIAT, Sirichit;LEAW, Kit Yee;ZHOU, Yin~ 33:IB
~31:2013/088985 ~32:10/12/2013
2016/04699 ~ Complete ~54:BIMETAL-EXCHANGED ZEOLITE BETA FROM ORGANOTEMPLATE-FREE
SYNTHESIS AND USE THEREOF IN THE SELECTIVE CATALYTIC REDUCTION OF NOX ~71:BASF SE, A
GERMAN COMPANY, , 67056, Ludwigshafen, Germany;TOKYO INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, 2-12-1-E3-11
Ookayama, Meguro-ku, Tokyo, 152-8550, Japan ~72: BILGE YILMAZ;DIRK DE VOS;FENG-SHOU
XIAO;HERMANN GIES;MATHIAS FEYEN;STEFAN MAURER;TOSHIYUKI YOKOI;ULRICH MÜLLER;WEIPING
ZHANG;XINHE BAO~ 33:CN ~31:PCT/CN2014/070059 ~32:03/01/2014
2016/04700 ~ Complete ~54:METHODS AND NODES RELATING TO SYSTEM INFORMATION ACQUISITION
DURING FLEXIBLE SUBFRAME OPERATION ~71:TELEFONAKTIEBOLAGET LM ERICSSON (PUBL), , S-164
83, Stockholm, Sweden ~72: ALI BEHRAVAN;IANA SIOMINA;MUHAMMAD KAZMI~ 33:US ~31:61/933,892
~32:31/01/2014
2016/04666 ~ Provisional ~54:ARTHROSCOPIC IMAGING ~71:BIRKHOLTZ, Franz Friedrich, 416 Kelly Bray
Lane, Cornwall Hill Estate, South Africa ~72: BIRKHOLTZ, Franz Friedrich~
2016/04676 ~ Complete ~54:A CONTAINER HAVING A HEATER FOR AN AEROSOL-GENERATING DEVICE,
AND AEROSOL-GENERATING DEVICE ~71:PHILIP MORRIS PRODUCTS S.A., Quai Jeanrenaud 3,
Switzerland ~72: BATISTA, Rui, Nuno~ 33:EP ~31:14166739.4 ~32:30/04/2014
2016/04681 ~ Complete ~54:MICROFLUIDIC SENSING DEVICE ~71:Hewlett-Packard Development Company,
L.P., 11445 Compaq Center Drive W., HOUSTON 77070, TX, USA, United States of America ~72: DOMINGUE,
Chantelle Elizabeth;GIRI, Manish;MCGUINNESS, Nicholas Matthew Cooper;SELLS, Jeremy;SMITH, Matthew
David;VALENCIA, Melinda M.~
2016/04711 ~ Provisional ~54:MOTIV SIGNAGE ~71:MZIMKHULU NKABINOE, 1286 Mokoena Street,, South
Africa ~72: MZIMKHULU NKABINOE~
-APPLIED ON 7/11/2016 2016/04991 ~ Provisional ~54:A SPRUNG ROD AND CROWN MECHANISM FOR A POSITION ADJUSTABLE
ROD IN A DEVICE TO ENHANCE BICYCLE SAFETY ~71:Gareth Floweday, 5 Marne Avenue Claremont, South
Africa ~72: Gareth Floweday~ 33:ZA ~31:314159265359 ~32:11/07/2016
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2016/04719 ~ Complete ~54:OMNIDIRECTIONAL AUTOMATIC SWIMMING POOL CLEANERS ~71:Zodiac Pool
Systems, Inc., 2620 Commerce Way, VISTA 92081, CA, USA, United States of America ~72: HARBOTTLE,
Bruce David;MOORE, Michael Edward;VAN DER MEIJDEN, Hendrikus Johannes~ 33:US ~31:61/812,755
~32:17/04/2013
2016/04733 ~ Complete ~54:ARRAY OF AGE-TAILORED NUTRITIONAL FORMULAE WITH OPTIMUM
MINERAL NUTRIENT CONTENT ~71:Nestec S.A., Avenue Nestlé 55, VEVEY CH-1800, SWITZERLAND,
Switzerland ~72: DE CASTRO, Carlos Antonio;LIAO, Yongcheng;NING, Celia;WANG, Junkuan;XIA, Ying~ 33:IB
~31:2013/089272 ~32:12/12/2013
2016/04738 ~ Complete ~54:SYNTHETIC MILK COMPOSITIONS FOR OPTIMAL GROWTH AND
DEVELOPMENT AND PREVENTION OF OBESITY IN MALE AND FEMALE INFANT AND CHILDREN
~71:Nestec S.A., Avenue Nestlé 55, VEVEY CH-1800, SWITZERLAND, Switzerland ~72: DE CASTRO, Carlos
Antonio;DESTAILLATS, Frederic;GIUFFRIDA, Francesca;MUKHERJEE, Rajat;THAKKAR, Sagar~ 33:EP
~31:13196795.2 ~32:12/12/2013
2016/04741 ~ Complete ~54:A CONTAINER HAVING A HEATER FOR AN AEROSOL-GENERATING DEVICE,
AND AEROSOL-GENERATING DEVICE ~71:PHILIP MORRIS PRODUCTS S.A., Quai Jeanrenaud 3,
Switzerland ~72: BATISTA, Rui, Nuno~ 33:EP ~31:14166746.9 ~32:30/04/2014
2016/04752 ~ Complete ~54:EXCHANGEABLE SUPPLY PACK FOR A BEVERAGE DISPENSING MACHINE,
DOSER, PUMP ASSEMBLY AND METHOD OF MANUFACTURING ~71:KONINKLIJKE DOUWE EGBERTS
B.V., A NETHERLANDS COMPANY, Vleutensevaart 35, NL-3532 AD, Utrecht, Netherlands ~72: KOEN
STANDAAR;LEONARDUS HENRICUS WILHELMUS GIESEN~ 33:NL ~31:2012043 ~32:03/01/2014
2016/04756 ~ Complete ~54:METHODS FOR CONTROL OF AQUATIC WEEDS USING HERBICIDAL 4-AMINO3-CHLORO-6-(4-CHLORO-2-FLUORO-3-METHOXYPHENYL)PYRIDINE-2-CARBOXYLIC ACIDS ~71:DOW
AGROSCIENCES LLC, 9330 Zionsville Road, Indianapolis, 46268, Indiana, United States of America ~72:
RICHARD K MANN~ 33:US ~31:61/934,007 ~32:31/01/2014
2016/04720 ~ Complete ~54:TEMPERATURE CONTROL ~71:VAN NIEKERK, Johannes Andrias, 16 Park Road,
South Africa ~72: VAN NIEKERK, Johannes Andrias~ 33:ZA ~31:2014/07415 ~32:14/04/2015
2016/04728 ~ Complete ~54:AN AGE-TAILORED NUTRITION SYSTEM FOR AN INFANT ~71:Nestec S.A.,
Avenue Nestlé 55, VEVEY CH-1800, SWITZERLAND, Switzerland ~72: DE CASTRO, Carlos Antonio;LIAO,
Yongcheng;NING, Celia;WANG, Junkuan;XIA, Ying~ 33:IB ~31:2013/089263 ~32:12/12/2013
2016/04735 ~ Complete ~54:SYNTHETIC MILK COMPOSITIONS FOR INFANTS LESS THAN THREE MONTHS
OLD AND FOR INFANTS AND CHILDREN MORE THAN THREE MONTHS FOR ENSURING OPTIMAL
GROWTH AND PREVENTING OBESITY ~71:Nestec S.A., Avenue Nestlé 55, VEVEY CH-1800,
SWITZERLAND, Switzerland ~72: CRUZ-HERNANDEZ, Cristina;DE CASTRO, Carlos Antonio;DESTAILLATS,
Frederic;GIUFFRIDA, Francesca;MUKHERJEE, Rajat;THAKKAR, Sagar~ 33:EP ~31:13196800.0
~32:12/12/2013
2016/04740 ~ Complete ~54:ANTIBODY MOLECULES TO LAG-3 AND USES THEREOF ~71:IMMUTEP S.A.,
Parc Club Orsay, 2 Rue Jean Rostand, France;NOVARTIS AG, Lichtstrasse 35, Switzerland ~72: BLATTLER,
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Walter, A.;BRIGNONE, Chrystelle;CHANG, Hwai, Wen;FREY, Gerhard, Johann;MATARAZA, Jennifer,
Marie;SABATOS-PEYTON, Catherine, Anne;TRIEBEL, Frederic~ 33:US ~31:61/953,536 ~32:14/03/2014;33:US
~31:62/059,690 ~32:03/10/2014;33:US ~31:62/094,889 ~32:19/12/2014
2016/04721 ~ Complete ~54:CONTAINER ~71:APL CARTONS (PTY) LTD, Abattoir Road, South Africa ~72:
KENNY, Roche~ 33:ZA ~31:2015/05100 ~32:16/07/2015
2016/04727 ~ Complete ~54:"METHOD FOR STRAIGHTENING, CONDITIONING AND COLOURING HAIR,
ESPECIALLY HAIR WITH SUBSTANTIAL CURL" ~71:Henkel AG & Co. KGaA, Henkelstr. 67, DÜSSELDORF
40589, GERMANY, Germany ~72: GOUTSIS, Konstantin;WESER, Gabriele~ 33:DE ~31:102013225788.0
~32:12/12/2013
2016/04729 ~ Complete ~54:SYNTHETIC MILK COMPOSITIONS COMPRISING POLYUNSATURATED FATTY
ACIDS (PUFAS) FOR PROMOTING THE HEALTHY ESTABLISHMENT OF COGNITIVE FUNCTION IN MALE
AND FEMALE INFANT AND CHILDREN ~71:Nestec S.A., Avenue Nestlé 55, VEVEY CH-1800, SWITZERLAND,
Switzerland ~72: DE CASTRO, Carlos Antonio;DESTAILLATS, Frederic;GIUFFRIDA, Francesca;MUKHERJEE,
Rajat;THAKKAR, Sagar~ 33:EP ~31:13196785.3 ~32:12/12/2013
2016/04743 ~ Complete ~54:NANOSUSPENSION OF NATURAL MATERIALS AND PREPARATION METHOD
THEREOF ~71:APURANO PHARMACEUTICALS GMBH, Rabenkopfstrasse 24a, Germany ~72: Werner
BRAND~ 33:EP ~31:14153705.0 ~32:03/02/2014;33:EP ~31:PCT/EP2014/064449 ~32:07/07/2014
2016/04725 ~ Complete ~54:MANUFACTURE OF CUTTING ELEMENTS HAVING LOBES ~71:SMITH
INTERNATIONAL, INC., 1310 Rankin Rd., Houston, United States of America ~72: FANG, Yi;HORMAN, Scott
L.;PETERSON, Jeremy;STEWART, Michael~ 33:US ~31:14/138,208 ~32:23/12/2013;33:US ~31:14/138,271
~32:23/12/2013;33:US ~31:14/141,804 ~32:27/12/2013
2016/04730 ~ Complete ~54:LIGNIN NANOPARTICLE DISPERSIONS AND METHODS FOR PRODUCING AND
USING THE SAME ~71:Solenis Technologies, L.P., Mühlentalstrasse 38, SCHAFFHAUSEN CH-8200,
SWITZERLAND, Switzerland ~72: BOTTORFF, Kyle J.;GAST, John C.;LIU, Leo Z.~ 33:US ~31:61/915,442
~32:12/12/2013
2016/04742 ~ Complete ~54:AN AEROSOL-GENERATING SYSTEM COMPRISING A PLANAR INDUCTION
COIL ~71:PHILIP MORRIS PRODUCTS S.A., Quai Jeanrenaud 3, Switzerland ~72: MIRONOV, Oleg;~ 33:EP
~31:14169224.4 ~32:21/05/2014;33:EP ~31:14197252.1 ~32:10/12/2014
2016/04750 ~ Complete ~54:ACID-SOLUBILIZED COPPER-AMMONIUM COMPLEXES AND COPPER-ZINCAMMONIUM COMPLEXES, COMPOSITIONS, PREPARATIONS, METHODS, AND USES ~71:MYCO
SCIENCES LIMITED, 5 Burns Close Long Crendon Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, HP18 9BX, United Kingdom
~72: TONY JOHN HALL~ 33:US ~31:14/106,676 ~32:13/12/2013
2016/04751 ~ Complete ~54:SYSTEM FOR PREPARING BEVERAGE CONSUMPTIONS ~71:KONINKLIJKE
DOUWE EGBERTS B.V., A NETHERLANDS COMPANY, Vleutensevaart 35, NL-3532 AD, Utrecht, Netherlands
~72: CRAIG MARTIN WILKINSON;HENDRIK JOHAN DEES;LEONARDUS HENRICUS WILHELMUS
GIESEN;PIM VERBURG;WOUTER PLECHELMUS BERNARDUS NIJLAND~ 33:NL ~31:2012046
~32:03/01/2014
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2016/04755 ~ Complete ~54:SYSTEM FOR AUTOMATED DETECTION IN BEVERAGE DISPENSING
MACHINES ~71:KONINKLIJKE DOUWE EGBERTS B.V., A NETHERLANDS COMPANY, Vleutensevaart 35, NL3532 AD, Utrecht, Netherlands ~72: BRAM KLABBERS~ 33:NL ~31:2012047 ~32:03/01/2014
2016/04759 ~ Provisional ~54:ROTATING ELECTRICAL PLUG ~71:PIETER JOHANNES JACOBUS DU PREEZ,
P.O. BOX 352,, South Africa ~72: PIETER JOHANNES JACOBUS DU PREEZ~
2016/04717 ~ Provisional ~54:PROTECTIVE HEADGUARD ~71:PIETERS, James Uys, 6 Durvale Close
D'Urbanvale, South Africa ~72: PIETERS, James Uys~
2016/04722 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD FOR GENERATING HIGH-TITER HEPATITIS E VIRUS STOCKS AND
TITRATION ASSAY FOR HEPATITIS E VIRUS ~71:GRIFOLS, S.A., C/Jesús y María, 6, Spain ~72: BUNO,
Brett;BURDICK, Michael;HOTTA, Joann;JOURNIGAN, Terri~ 33:US ~31:62/195,936 ~32:23/07/2015
2016/04731 ~ Complete ~54:SYNTHETIC NUTRITIONAL COMPOSITIONS ESPECIALLY ADAPTED FOR MALE
AND FEMALE INFANTS AND YOUNG CHILDREN ~71:Nestec S.A., Avenue Nestlé 55, VEVEY CH-1800,
SWITZERLAND, Switzerland ~72: DESTAILLATS, Frederic;THAKKAR, Sagar~ 33:EP ~31:13196799.4
~32:12/12/2013
2016/04737 ~ Complete ~54:SYNTHETIC MILK COMPOSITIONS COMPRISING N-6 EICOSATRIENOIC ACID
AND POLAR LIPIDS FOR INFANTS YOUNGER AND OLDER THAN THREE MONTHS FOR HEALTHY
ESTABLISHMENT OF COGNITIVE FUNCTION ~71:Nestec S.A., Avenue Nestlé 55, VEVEY CH-1800,
SWITZERLAND, Switzerland ~72: CRUZ-HERNANDEZ, Cristina;DE CASTRO, Carlos Antonio;DESTAILLATS,
Frederic;GIUFFRIDA, Francesca;MUKHERJEE, Rajat;THAKKAR, Sagar~ 33:EP ~31:13196804.2
~32:12/12/2013
2016/04749 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD FOR REMOVING SOX FROM GAS USING ETHYLENE GLYCOL
COMPOSITE SOLUTION ~71:BEIJING BOYUAN HENGSHENG HIGH-TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD, Room 2209,
Tri-Tower B Building, No. 66 Zhongguancun East Road Haidian District, Beijing, 100190, People's Republic of
China;PEKING UNIVERSITY, No. 5 Yiheyuan Road Haidian District, Beijing, 100871, People's Republic of
China;YONGFENG BOYUAN INDUSTRY CO. LTD., JIANGXI PROVINCE, The South Section of Yongfeng
Industrial Park, Yongfeng Ji an, Jiangxi, 331500, People's Republic of China ~72: CHUN HU;JIAXU LIU;JUN
WANG;LI CHEN;LIFANG LI;MEIHUA ZOU;XIANGBIN LI;XIONGHUI WEI;YONG SUN~ 33:CN
~31:201310682799.2 ~32:12/12/2013
2016/04753 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD FOR TAKING INTO USE AN EXCHANGEABLE SUPPLY PACK IN A
BEVERAGE DISPENSING MACHINE AND SYSTEM COMPRISING AN EXCHANGEABLE SUPPLY PACK AND
COMPUTER PROGRAM PRODUCT ~71:KONINKLIJKE DOUWE EGBERTS B.V., A NETHERLANDS
COMPANY, Vleutensevaart 35, NL-3532 AD, Utrecht, Netherlands ~72: BRAM KLABBERS;CARYS ELERI
LLOYD;CRAIG HARVEY NELSON;HENDRIK JOHAN DEES;KOEN STANDAAR;LEONARDUS HENRICUS
WILHELMUS GIESEN;STUART MICHAEL RUAN JONES;WOUTER PLECHELMUS BERNARDUS NIJLAND~
33:NL ~31:2012044 ~32:03/01/2014
2016/04754 ~ Complete ~54:A METHOD OF MODIFYING SURFACE CHARACTERISTICS OF ALUMINA
~71:UNILEVER PLC, A COMPANY REGISTERED IN ENGLAND AND WALES, Unilever House,100 Victoria
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Embankment, London Greater London, EC4Y 0DY, United Kingdom ~72: AYAN SARKAR;BABITA
BARUWATI;SAMIRAN MAHAPATRA;YOGESH SOMASUNDAR~ 33:EP ~31:14152046.0 ~32:22/01/2014
2016/04716 ~ Provisional ~54:STOWABLE BIKE HANDLEBAR SYSTEM ~71:ZENNEN ENGINEERING INC.,
12138 - 40th Street, Canada ~72: Lauren GIANG;Michael Thomas Patrick SUTHERLAND~
2016/04718 ~ Complete ~54:ELECTRONIC VAPOUR PROVISION DEVICE ~71:Nicoventures Holdings Limited,
Globe House, 1 Water Street, LONDON WC2R 3LA, UNITED KINGDOM, United Kingdom ~72: LORD,
Christopher~ 33:GB ~31:1212599.3 ~32:16/07/2012
2016/04723 ~ Complete ~54:METHODS FOR CONVERSION OF THE SUBSTRATE SPECIFICITY OF
DESATURASES ~71:BASF PLANT SCIENCE COMPANY GMBH, 67056 LUDWIGSHAFEN, GERMANY,
Germany ~72: LIM, Ze Long;SENGER, Toralf;VRINTEN, Patricia~ 33:US ~31:61/916,825 ~32:17/12/2013
2016/04732 ~ Complete ~54:ARRAY OF AGE-TAILORED INFANT FORMULA WITH OPTIMUM PROTEIN
CONTENT AND LACTOSE CONTENT ~71:Nestec S.A., Avenue Nestlé 55, VEVEY CH-1800, SWITZERLAND,
Switzerland ~72: DE CASTRO, Carlos Antonio;LIAO, Yongcheng;NING, Celia;WANG, Junkuan;XIA, Ying~ 33:IB
~31:2013/089285 ~32:12/12/2013
2016/04739 ~ Complete ~54:PCD WAFER WITHOUT SUBSTRATE FOR HIGH PRESSURE / HIGH
TEMPERATURE SINTERING ~71:SMITH INTERNATIONAL, INC., 1310 Rankin Rd., Houston, United States of
America ~72: BAO, Yahua;EYRE, Ronald K~ 33:US ~31:61/922,039 ~32:30/12/2013;33:US ~31:14/566,195
~32:10/12/2014
2016/04724 ~ Complete ~54:A COMPOSITION COMPRISING DICAMBA AND A DRIFT CONTROL AGENT
COMPRISING AT LEAST ONE FATTY ALCOHOL ~71:BASF SE, D-67056 LUDWIGSHAFEN, GERMANY,
Germany ~72: CANNAN, Terrance (deceased);STAAL, Maarten~ 33:US ~31:61/917,357 ~32:18/12/2013;33:EP
~31:14152255.7 ~32:23/01/2014
2016/04736 ~ Complete ~54:PACKAGING SYSTEM FOR INFANT NUTRITIONAL COMPOSITION WITH
DOSING DEVICES ~71:Nestec S.A., Avenue Nestlé 55, VEVEY CH-1800, SWITZERLAND, Switzerland ~72:
CRAFT, Brian;DESTAILLATS, Frederic;THAKKAR, Sagar~ 33:EP ~31:13196830.7 ~32:12/12/2013
2016/04745 ~ Complete ~54:IMPROVED GEL STABILITY ~71:OMYA INTERNATIONAL AG, Baslerstrasse 42,
CH-4665, Oftringen, Switzerland ~72: DANIEL GANTENBEIN;JOACHIM SCHOELKOPF;PATRICK A C GANE~
33:EP ~31:13196827.3 ~32:12/12/2013
2016/04746 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD FOR REMOVING SOX FROM GAS USING POLYOL COMPOSITE
SOLUTION ~71:BEIJING BOYUAN HENGSHENG HIGH-TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD, Room 2209, Tri-Tower B
Building, No. 66 Zhongguancun East Road Haidian District, Beijing, 100190, People's Republic of China;PEKING
UNIVERSITY, No. 5 Yiheyuan Road Haidian District, Beijing, 100871, People's Republic of China;YONGFENG
BOYUAN INDUSTRY CO. LTD., JIANGXI PROVINCE, The South Section of Yongfeng Industrial Park, Yongfeng
Ji an, Jiangxi, 331500, People's Republic of China ~72: CHUN HU;JIAXU LIU;JUN WANG;LI CHEN;LIFANG
LI;MEIHUA ZOU;XIANGBIN LI;XIONGHUI WEI;YONG SUN~ 33:CN ~31:201310682382.6 ~32:12/12/2013
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2016/04748 ~ Complete ~54:SULFONAMIDE DERIVATIVE OR PHARMACEUTICALLY ACCEPTABLE ACID
ADDITION SALT THEREOF ~71:UNIVERSITY OF TSUKUBA, 1-1-1, Tennodai, Tsukuba-shi, Ibaraki, 3058577,
Japan ~72: HIROSHI NAGASE;TAKASHI NAGAHARA~ 33:JP ~31:2013-257523 ~32:12/12/2013
2016/04726 ~ Complete ~54:CHEMICAL LEACHING/THERMAL DECOMPOSING CARBONATE IN
CARBONATE PCD ~71:SMITH INTERNATIONAL, INC., 1310 Rankin Rd., Houston, United States of America
~72: BAO, Yahua;BELNAP, J. Daniel;ZHAO, Liang~ 33:US ~31:61/922,054 ~32:30/12/2013;33:US
~31:14/566,039 ~32:10/12/2014
2016/04734 ~ Complete ~54:ARRAY OF AGE-TAILORED INFANT FORMULA WITH OPTIMUM PROTEIN
CONTENT AND LACTOSE CONTENT ~71:Nestec S.A., Avenue Nestlé 55, VEVEY CH-1800, SWITZERLAND,
Switzerland ~72: DE CASTRO, Carlos Antonio;LIAO, Yongcheng;NING, Celia;WANG, Junkuan;XIA, Ying~ 33:IB
~31:2013/089281 ~32:12/12/2013
2016/04744 ~ Complete ~54:COMPOSITION OF OILY, PUNGENT AND ODORIFEROUS SUBSTANCES AND A
PROCESS OF PREPARATION THEREOF ~71:OMNIACTIVE HEALTH TECHNOLOGIES LIMITED, T-8b, 5th
Floor, Phoenix House, A Wing, Phoenix Mills Compound 462, Senapati Bapat Marg, Lower Parel, India ~72:
ACHLIYA, Girish;BHANUSE, Prakash;DESHPANDE, Jayant;KHAMBORKAR, Swapnil;NALAWADE, Pravin~
33:IN ~31:327/MUM/2014 ~32:30/01/2014
2016/04747 ~ Complete ~54:PROCESS FOR THE SEPARATION AND PROCESSING OF TAR FROM GAS
CONDENSATE ~71:L'AIR LIQUIDE, SOCIÉTÉ ANONYME POUR L'ETUDE ET L'EXPLOITATION DES
PROCÉDÉS GEORGES CLAUDE, 75 quai d'Orsay, F-75007, Paris, France ~72: ERHARD LATH;FREDERIC
JUDAS~ 33:DE ~31:10 2013 114 803.4 ~32:23/12/2013
-APPLIED ON 7/12/20162016/04765 ~ Complete ~54:A STACKABLE CONTAINER ~71:DECIO NEVES PIMENTA, 4 TUSICA PLACE,
PIET MYBURG STREET, South Africa ~72: DECIO NEVES PIMENTA~ 33:ZA ~31:2015/03721 ~32:26/05/2015
2016/04772 ~ Complete ~54:USE OF A MODIFIED SWEET WHEY AND A MODIFIED SWEET WHEY
CONTAINING INFANT FORMULA FOR PROMOTING THE POSTNATAL DEVELOPMENT OF THE INFANT
CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM AND RELATED COGNITIVE FUNCTIONS ~71:Nestec S.A., Avenue Nestlé 55,
VEVEY CH-1800, SWITZERLAND, Switzerland ~72: FAURE, Magali~ 33:EP ~31:13197205.1 ~32:13/12/2013
2016/04775 ~ Complete ~54:STABLE GLUCAGON ANALOGUES AND USE FOR TREATMENT OF
HYPOGLYCAEMIA ~71:Novo Nordisk A/S, Novo Allé, BAGSVÆRD DK-2880, DENMARK, Denmark ~72:
KRUSE, Thomas;LAU, Jesper F.;NIELSEN, Peter Kresten~ 33:EP ~31:14155497.2 ~32:18/02/2014
2016/04785 ~ Complete ~54:HALOGEN TREATMENT OF HEART ATTACK AND ISCHEMIC INJURY ~71:Fred
Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, 1100 Fairview Avenue North, SEATTLE 98109, WA, USA, United States of
America ~72: IWATA, Akiko;MORRISON, Michael L.;ROTH, Mark B.~ 33:US ~31:61/937,943
~32:10/02/2014;33:US ~31:62/007,015 ~32:03/06/2014;33:US ~31:62/060,338 ~32:06/10/2014;33:US
~31:62/082,957 ~32:21/11/2014
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2016/04786 ~ Complete ~54:ARRANGEMENT, TEST BENCH AND METHOD FOR TESTING A SWITCH DRIVE
~71:Siemens Aktiengesellschaft, Wittelsbacherplatz 2, MÜNCHEN 80333, GERMANY, Germany ~72: DUDECK,
Sven Gerhard~ 33:DE ~31:102014206784.7 ~32:08/04/2014;33:DE ~31:102014207457.6 ~32:17/04/2014
2016/04797 ~ Complete ~54:METHODS OF PROCESSING SUGAR CANE AND SWEET SORGHUM WITH
INTEGRATED CONVERSION OF PRIMARY AND LIGNOCELLULOSIC SUGARS ~71:INBICON A/S,
Kraftværksvej 53, 7000, Fredericia, Denmark;ODEBRECHT AGROINDUSTRIAL SA, Rua Lemos Monteiro - 120 13 andar, CEP-05501-050, Sao Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil ~72: CARLOS EDUARDO CALMONOVICI;EDMAR
LOPES FALEIROS;MARTIN DAN JEPPESEN~ 33:US ~31:61/938,412 ~32:11/02/2014
2016/04766 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD OF EVALUATING THE IMPACT OF CHANGING A VARIABLE WITHIN
AN ORGANISATION IN RELATION TO A SET GOAL ~71:GENEX INSIGHTS (PTY) LTD, First Floor South
Suite,, Muirfield Building,, Fourways Golf Park, Roos Street, FOURWAYS 2192, Gauteng, SOUTH AFRICA,
South Africa ~72: MATTHIS, Timothy;MONERON, Andrew~
2016/04767 ~ Complete ~54:PROCESS FOR PRODUCING A BETA-GLUCAN POLYMER AND GENETICALLY
MODIFIED MICROORGANISMS USEFUL IN THIS PROCESS ~71:WINTERSHALL HOLDING GMBH,
FRIEDRICH-EBERT-STRASSE 160, 34119 KASSEL, GERMANY, Germany ~72: BROCKMANN, Beata;FLECK,
Christian;GRANSTRÖM, Mari;HEROLD, Andrea;HLUBEK, Andrea~ 33:EP ~31:13198610.1 ~32:19/12/2013
2016/04769 ~ Complete ~54:IMPROVEMENTS IN OR RELATING TO APPARATUS FOR COOKING
~71:HOWIESON, Stirling, 42/11 Gardner's Crescent, United Kingdom ~72: HOWIESON, Stirling~ 33:GB
~31:1322166.8 ~32:16/12/2013
2016/04793 ~ Complete ~54:TRANSPORT BAG ~71:LIKUA ENDÜSTRIYEL AMBALAJ MALZEMELERI SAN VE
TIC LTD, Atabey Cd. No 28 Kat 1 Cekmekoy, 34794, Istanbul, Turkey;PÖRNER INGENIEURGESELLSCHAFT
MBH, Hamburgerstrasse 9, A-1050, Wien, Austria ~72: ANDREAS PÖRNER;YUSUF KOHEN~ 33:AT ~31:A
49/2014 ~32:24/01/2014
2016/04796 ~ Complete ~54:WAVE ENERGY CONVERTOR ~71:NORWEGIAN UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE
AND TECHNOLOGY, c/o NTNU Technology Transfer AS Sem Sælands vei 14, N-7491, Trondheim, Norway ~72:
JØRGEN HALS TODALSHAUG~ 33:GB ~31:1400906.2 ~32:20/01/2014
2016/04776 ~ Complete ~54:FIELD REMOVABLE CHOKE FOR ROTARY PERCUSSION TOOL ~71:Varel
International Ind., L.P., 1625 West Crosby, Suite 124, CARROLLTON 75006, TX, USA, United States of America
~72: KONGAMNACH, Amnach;PLANA, Anthony~ 33:US ~31:14/179,867 ~32:13/02/2014
2016/04779 ~ Complete ~54:USE OF A SWEET WHEY CONTAINING INFANT FORMULA FOR PROMOTING
THE POSTNATAL NEURONAL DEVELOPMENT OF THE INFANT GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT, AND THE
ESTABLISHMENT OF THE INTESTINAL FUNCTIONS THAT IT CONTROLS ~71:Nestec S.A., Avenue Nestlé
55, VEVEY CH-1800, SWITZERLAND, Switzerland ~72: FAURE, Magali~ 33:EP ~31:13197197.0
~32:13/12/2013
2016/04781 ~ Complete ~54:PAPER MONEY TEMPORARY STORAGE MODULE, DRUM ROTATING SPEED
CONTROL METHOD THEREOF AND AUTOMATIC TELLER MACHINE ~71:GRG Banking Equipment Co., Ltd.,
9 Kelin Road, Science City, Luogang District, GUANGZHOU CITY 510663, GUANGDONG, CHINA (P.R.C.),
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People's Republic of China ~72: CHEN, Qiaoqiao;HE, Yunfei;LI, Zhe;WANG, Zhenguang~ 33:CN
~31:201310752248.9 ~32:30/12/2013
2016/04783 ~ Complete ~54:RAIL VEHICLE, IN PARTICULAR A LOCOMOTIVE ~71:Siemens
Aktiengesellschaft, Wittelsbacherplatz 2, MÜNCHEN 80333, GERMANY, Germany ~72: DREXLER,
Stephan;KROISS, Manuel;STEUDE, Rolf;THIESS, Robert~
2016/04787 ~ Complete ~54:LINED-UP ELECTRICAL ENCLOSURE SYSTEM ~71:RITTAL GMBH & CO. KG,
Auf dem Stützelberg, Germany ~72: BRÜCK, Daniel;REUTER, Wolfgang~ 33:DE ~31:10 2014 101 401.4
~32:05/02/2014
2016/04794 ~ Complete ~54:NETWORK ASSISTED INTERFERENCE MITIGATION
~71:TELEFONAKTIEBOLAGET LM ERICSSON (PUBL), , S-164 83, Stockholm, Sweden ~72: FREDRIK
NORDSTRÖM;GEORGE JÖNGREN;SHAOHUA LI;STEFANIA SEISIA~ 33:US ~31:61/934,269 ~32:31/01/2014
2016/04799 ~ Complete ~54:SYSTEM FO MAKING BEVERAGES ~71:CAFFITALY SYSTEM S.P.A., Via Panigali
38, I-40041, Gaggio Montano (BO),, Italy ~72: DIGIUNI,PAOLO~ 33:IT ~31:VR2012A000043 ~32:14/03/2012
2016/04844 ~ Provisional ~54:FACIAL CREAM (SKIN CARE) ~71:VERA NTOMBI MAKI FLAYSER, 2528
Ntabazwe Street, Tokoza,, South Africa ~72: VERA NTOMBI MAKI FLAYSER~
2016/04760 ~ Provisional ~54:AN ANTI-THEFT DEVICE FOR A CABLE ~71:ROMULUS ENERGY (PTY) LTD, P
O BOX 2616, PLETTENBERG BAY, 6600, South Africa ~72: ERASMUS, Jacobus, Johannes~
2016/04762 ~ Provisional ~54:NOVEL ELECTRIC ELEMENT DRIVING CIRCUIT ~71:ROCKY HILLS
MARKETING CC, 11 Diesel Street, Cape Road Industrial, UITENHAGE 6230, Eastern Cape, SOUTH AFRICA,
South Africa ~72: DAWSON, Wayne Justin;OPPERMAN, David Christopher~
2016/04768 ~ Complete ~54:AMBIENT BED HAVING A HEAT RECLAIM SYSTEM ~71:BEDGEAR, LLC, 110 BI
COUNTY BLVD., FARMINGDALE, NY 11735-3923, USA, United States of America ~72: ALLETTO, Eugene,
Jr.;RAD, Vandad, Barzin~ 33:US ~31:61/926,526 ~32:13/01/2014;33:US ~31:61/926,540 ~32:13/01/2014
2016/04770 ~ Complete ~54:LINED-UP ELECTRICAL ENCLOSURE SYSTEM ~71:RITTAL GMBH & CO. KG,
Auf dem Stützelberg, Germany ~72: BRÜCK, Daniel;REUTER, Wolfgang~ 33:DE ~31:10 2014 101 401.4
~32:05/02/2014
2016/04784 ~ Complete ~54:NOVEL 6-FUSED HETEROARYLDIHYDROPYRIMIDINES FOR THE TREATMENT
AND PROPHYLAXIS OF HEPATITIS B VIRUS INFECTION ~71:F. Hoffmann-La Roche AG, Grenzacherstrasse
124, BASEL CH-4070, SWITZERLAND, Switzerland ~72: GUO, Lei;HU, Taishan;KOU, Buyu;LIN,
Xianfeng;SHEN, Hong;SHI, Houguang;YAN, Shixiang;ZHANG, Weixing;ZHANG, Zhisen;ZHOU, Mingwei;ZHU,
Wei~ 33:IB ~31:2014/073068 ~32:07/03/2014;33:IB ~31:2014/083027 ~32:25/07/2014;33:IB ~31:2015/070895
~32:16/01/2015
2016/04788 ~ Complete ~54:SEROTONIN-NOREPINEPHRINE REUPTAKE INHIBITORS (SNRIS) AND SIGMA
RECEPTOR LIGANDS COMBINATIONS ~71:LABORATORIOS DEL DR. ESTEVE, S.A., A SPANISH
COMPANY, Avda. Mare de Déu de Montserrat, 221, E-08041, Barcelona, Spain ~72: DANIEL ZAMANILLOCASTANEDO;ENRIQUE PORTILLO-SALIDO~ 33:EP ~31:13382518.2 ~32:17/12/2013
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2016/04790 ~ Complete ~54:COMPOSITION ~71:UNILEVER PLC, A COMPANY REGISTERED IN ENGLAND
AND WALES, Unilever House 100 Victoria Embankment, London Greater London, EC4Y 0DY, United Kingdom
~72: LALITESH CHANDRA;SIAN RUTH BURNS~ 33:EP ~31:14152727.5 ~32:27/01/2014
2016/04800 ~ Provisional ~54:FLUID TREATMENT PROCESS AND APPARATUS ~71:CAPE PENINSULA
UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, Symphony Way (Off Modderdam Road), Bellville, Cape Town, 7530,, South
Africa ~72: CHOWDHURY,MAHABUBUR RAHMAN;FESTER,VERUSCHA GRIZELDA;VISSER,GUNNAR LIEB~
2016/04764 ~ Provisional ~54:I-POWER PLANT. ~71:Madide Tholinhlanhla Siyanda, PO Box 51431 Osizweni
2952, South Africa ~72: Madide Tholinhlanhla Siyanda~
2016/04773 ~ Complete ~54:BETA-HAIRPIN PEPTIDOMIMETICS AS SELECTIVE ELASTASE INHIBITORS
~71:Polyphor AG, Hegenheimermattweg 125, ALLSCHWIL CH-4123, SWITZERLAND, Switzerland ~72:
GOMBERT, Frank Otto;OBRECHT, Daniel;SELLIER-KESSLER, Odile~
2016/04791 ~ Complete ~54:CLEANSING COMPOSITIONS CONTAINING STABLE SILVER ~71:UNILEVER
PLC, A COMPANY REGISTERED IN ENGLAND AND WALES, Unilever House 100 Victoria Embankment,
London Greater London, EC4Y 0DY, United Kingdom ~72: AJIT MANOHAR AGARKHED;NITISH KUMAR~
33:EP ~31:14152965.1 ~32:29/01/2014
2016/04795 ~ Complete ~54:CATHETER DEVICES WITH VALVES AND RELATED METHODS ~71:B. BRAUN
MELSUNGEN AG, Carl-Braun-Strasse 1, 34212, Melsungen, Germany ~72: HUI KUUN TEOH~ 33:US
~31:61/924,865 ~32:08/01/2014
2016/04761 ~ Provisional ~54:TRIMGARD ~71:Derick Stevens, 2 De Nyschen Ave The Reeds, South Africa ~72:
Charles Henry Stevens~ 33:ZA ~31:1 ~32:12/07/2016
2016/04763 ~ Provisional ~54:METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR STORING AND ACCESSING CONTENT
~71:KYGOTYPE (PTY) LIMITED, 323 Lynnwood Road, Menlo Park, South Africa ~72: CASTILLO, Alvaro
Bernardo Tafur Castillo;THIRION, Frederik Johannes~
2016/04771 ~ Complete ~54:BOTTOM ASSEMBLY FOR THE FRAME OF A SWITCH CABINET ~71:RITTAL
GMBH & CO. KG, Auf dem Stützelberg, Germany ~72: BOEHME, Siegfried;BRÜCK, Daniel;REUTER,
Wolfgang;SCHINDLER, Timo~ 33:DE ~31:10 2014 101 405.7 ~32:05/02/2014
2016/04774 ~ Complete ~54:1,2-SUBSTITUTED CYCLOPENTANES AS OREXIN RECEPTOR ANTAGONISTS
~71:Takeda Pharmaceutical Company Limited, 1-1, Doshomachi 4-Chome, Chuo-Ku, Osaka-Shi, OSAKA 5410045, JAPAN, Japan ~72: FIELDHOUSE, Charlotte;FUJIMOTO, Tatsuhiko;GLEN, Angela;MAINE,
Stephanie;ROBINSON, John Stephen~ 33:EP ~31:14156011.0 ~32:20/02/2014
2016/04777 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR OBTAINING DIMETHYL ETHER FROM SYNGAS
~71:Linde Aktiengesellschaft, Klosterhofstrasse 1, MÜNCHEN 80331, GERMANY, Germany ~72: BARTESCH,
Thomas;DELHOMME, Clara;FENDT, Johannes;FRITZ, Helmut;KLEIN, Harald;PESCHEL, Andreas~ 33:EP
~31:14000295.7 ~32:28/01/2014
2016/04778 ~ Complete ~54:OPTICAL IMAGING ASSEMBLY AND SYSTEM WITH OPTICAL DISTORTION
CORRECTION ~71:Baxter Healthcare S.A., Thurgauerstrasse 130, GLATTPARK (OPFIKON) CH-8152,
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SWITZERLAND, Switzerland;Baxter International Inc., 1 Baxter Parkway, DEERFIELD 60015-4633, IL, USA,
United States of America ~72: MUNRO, James F.~ 33:US ~31:14/169,633 ~32:31/01/2014
2016/04780 ~ Complete ~54:DEVICE ~71:Sony Corporation, 1-7-1 Konan, MINATO-KU 108-0075, TOKYO,
JAPAN, Japan ~72: TAKANO, Hiroaki~ 33:JP ~31:2014-055144 ~32:18/03/2014
2016/04782 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD AND DEVICE FOR PIXEL PROCESSING IN VIDEO ENCODING AND
DECODING ~71:Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., 129, Samsung-ro, Yeongtong-gu, SUWON-SI 16677,
GYEONGGI-DO, REPUBLIC OF KOREA, Republic of Korea ~72: ALSHINA, Elena;CHEN, Jie~ 33:CN
~31:201310684138.3 ~32:13/12/2013
2016/04789 ~ Complete ~54:GABAPENTINOIDS AND SIGMA RECEPTOR LIGANDS COMBINATIONS
~71:LABORATORIOS DEL DR. ESTEVE, S.A., A SPANISH COMPANY, Avda. Mare de Déu de Montserrat, 221,
E-08041, Barcelona, Spain ~72: DANIEL ZAMANILLO-CASTANEDO;ENRIQUE PORTILLO-SALIDO~ 33:EP
~31:13382517.4 ~32:17/12/2013
2016/04792 ~ Complete ~54:SELECTION OF AGENTS MODULATING GASTROINTESTINAL PAIN
~71:BIOGAIA AB, Box 3242, S-103 64, Stockholm, Sweden ~72: EAMONN CONOLLY;JOHN
BIENENSTOCK;WOLFGANG KUNZE~ 33:SE ~31:1450065-6 ~32:23/01/2014;33:SE ~31:1450813-9
~32:01/07/2014
-APPLIED ON 7/13/20162016/04805 ~ Provisional ~54:ELECTROMAGNETIC CHAMBER GENERATOR ~71:Nicholas Pillay, 5, 9th
Avenue, Summerstrand, South Africa ~72: Nicholas Pillay~
2016/04814 ~ Complete ~54:STIRRING DEVICE FOR WASTEWATER ~71:INVENT UMWELT- UND
VERFAHRENSTECHNIK AG, Am Pestalozziring 21, Germany ~72: HÖFKEN, Marcus~ 33:DE ~31:10 2014 204
824.9 ~32:14/03/2014
2016/04824 ~ Complete ~54:BIFUNCTIONAL CYTOTOXIC AGENTS ~71:Pfizer Inc., 235 East 42nd Street, NEW
YORK 10017, NY, USA, United States of America ~72: CASAVANT, Jeffrey Michael;CHEN, Zecheng;DOROSKI,
Matthew David;MADERNA, Andreas;O'DONNELL, Christopher John;PORTE, Alexander M.;RISLEY, Hud
Lawrence;SUBRAMANYAM, Chakrapani~ 33:US ~31:61/932,118 ~32:27/01/2014;33:US ~31:62/046,685
~32:05/09/2014
2016/04839 ~ Complete ~54:FIBER OPTIC CONNECTOR ~71:TYCO ELECTRONICS (SHANGHAI) CO. LTD.,
Level 1 No. 142 He Dan Road, Waigaoqiao Free Trade Zone, 200233, Shanghai, People's Republic of
China;TYCO ELECTRONICS UK LTD., A UNITED KINGDOM LIMITED COMPANY, Faraday Road, Dorcan,
Swindon, SN3 5HH, Wiltshire, United Kingdom ~72: CHRIS CHARLES TAYLOR;DAVID PATRICK
MURRAY;GORDON JOHN WHITE;LEI LIU;ZHAOYANG TONG~
2016/04802 ~ Provisional ~54:RETRACTABLE EXPANSION PLUG ~71:DU PLESSIS, Eckardt Rocco, 36
Suikerbos Drive, South Africa;SWANEPOEL, Dione, c/o 36 Suikerbos Drive, South Africa ~72: DU PLESSIS,
Eckardt Rocco;SWANEPOEL, Dione~
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2016/04825 ~ Complete ~54:CRUSHER HAVING A SETTABLE ECCENTRIC ~71:ThyssenKrupp Industrial
Solutions AG, ThyssenKrupp Allee 1, ESSEN 45143, GERMANY, Germany ~72: LEUSCHEN,
Guido;PAPAJEWSKI, Detlef;SZCZELINA, Piotr~ 33:DE ~31:10 2014 101 240.2 ~32:31/01/2014
2016/04831 ~ Complete ~54:HYBRIDOSOMES, COMPOSITIONS COMPRISING THE SAME, PROCESSES
FOR THEIR PRODUCTION AND USES THEREOF ~71:ANJARIUM BIOSCIENCES AG, Bergstrasse 23,
Switzerland ~72: DE BEER, Joel~ 33:US ~31:61/929,559 ~32:21/01/2014
2016/04838 ~ Complete ~54:PROCESS FOR THE PRODUCTION OF SYNTHESIS GAS ~71:HALDOR TOPSØE
A/S, Haldor Topsøes Allé 1, 2800 Kgs., Lyngby, Denmark ~72: IB (DECEASED) DYBKJÆR;KIM AASBERGPETERSEN~ 33:DK ~31:PA 2014 70095 ~32:28/02/2014
2016/04834 ~ Complete ~54:MONITORING ORE SCREENING PROCESSES ~71:SCHENCK PROCESS
AUSTRALIA PTY LTD, 65 Epping Road, North Ryde, 2113, New South Wales, Australia ~72: MARTIN
SCHUETZ~ 33:AU ~31:2013904886 ~32:16/12/2013
2016/04879 ~ Complete ~54:FLOATING HOUSING FORCE TRANSMITTING ASSEMBLY ~71:EATON
CORPORATION, 1000 Eaton Boulevard, United States of America ~72: PATIL, Yogesh Bhanudas;WEPPLO,
Daniel Eino~ 33:US ~31:14/799,827 ~32:15/07/2015
2016/04801 ~ Provisional ~54:METHOD OF PRODUCING A FERMENTED BEVERAGE ~71:STELLENBOSCH
UNIVERSITY, Admin B, Victoria Street, South Africa ~72: DU TOIT, Wessel Johannes;VANNEVEL, Sebastian~
2016/04804 ~ Provisional ~54:PROTECTIVE DEVICE ~71:MAGNETO IP HOLDINGS (PTY) LTD, 67 - 4th Street,
Houghton Estate, South Africa ~72: Michael Donald ROBSON~
2016/04823 ~ Complete ~54:AN ADAPTABLE WEAPON MOUNT MECHANISM ~71:Otokar Otomotiv Ve
Savunma Sanayi Anonim Sirketi, Ataturk Caddesi, No:9, Arifiye, SAKARYA 54580, TURKEY, Turkey ~72:
FETTAHLIOGLU, Yusuf;KUBILAY, M. Tekin~ 33:TR ~31:2014/00542 ~32:16/01/2014
2016/04941 ~ Provisional ~54:UNIVERSAL BANK CARD AND JOINT PYRAMID BANKING ~71:KHELINAH
MGAYI, 4/4 Buffalo Street South View Tasbet Park Pro-Housing,, South Africa;KORAH MOALUSI, 4/4 Buffalo
Street South View Tasbet Park Pro-Housing,, South Africa ~72: KORAH MOALUSI~
2016/04820 ~ Complete ~54:FUNCTIONAL GRAPE-BASED DRINK CONTAINING, AS ITS MAIN AGENT,
POLYPHENOLS OF INTERMEDIATE SIZES IN A LIQUID MATRIX OF PAÍS GRAPE JUICE ~71:UNIVERSIDAD
DE CONCEPCIÓN, Barrio Universitario s/n, Edificio Empreudec, Chile ~72: ALBORNOZ ALARCÓN,
Francisco;;FREER CALDERÓN, Juanita;ROJAS BORQUEZ, Ninón;~ 33:CL ~31:3571-2013 ~32:13/12/2013
2016/04830 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD OF AND SYSTEM FOR GAMING ~71:NOVOMATIC AG, Wiener Strasse
158, Austria ~72: LECH, Janusz~ 33:EP ~31:14153728.2 ~32:03/02/2014
2016/04837 ~ Complete ~54:FUSED HETEROCYCLIC COMPOUND ~71:TAKEDA PHARMACEUTICAL
COMPANY LIMITED, A JAPANESE COMPANY, 1-1, Doshomachi 4-Chome Chuo-ku Osaki-shi, Osaka,
5410045, Japan ~72: FUMIAKI KIKUCHI;KEIKO KAKEGAWA;MINORU SASAKI;YOICHI NISHIKAWA;ZENICHI
IKEDA~ 33:JP ~31:2014-025832 ~32:13/02/2014
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2016/04848 ~ Provisional ~54:VEHICLE DIFFERENTIAL & TRANSMISSION BREATHING DEVICE ~71:ALAN
GEOFFREY PALMER, 102 SONNEKUS, ARGYLE STREET, CAMPS BAY,, South Africa ~72: ALAN
GEOFFREY PALMER~
2016/04852 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD FOR ENABLING INSOLVENT CALLING SUBSCRIBER TO CONNECT
OR COMMUNICATE WITH CALLED SUBSCRIBER,PROVIDING TALK-TIME ADVANCE AND VARIOUS
RECHARGE OPTIONS ~71:GUPTA,Rahul, E-1101, The Palm Spring, Golf Course Road, Sector 53, Gurgaon
122001, Haryana,, India ~72: GOEL,Vikas;GUPTA,Rahul~ 33:IN ~31:201611012909 ~32:12/04/2016
2016/04846 ~ Provisional ~54:LANDROVER FRONT CORNER BUMPER PROTECTION DEVICE ~71:ALAN
GEOFFREY PALMER, 102 SONNEKUS , ARGYLE STREET, CAMPS BAY,, South Africa ~72: ALAN
GEOFFREY PALER~
2016/04813 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR CAUSING SENDING OF A PARKING
DIRECTIVE ~71:NOKIA TECHNOLOGIES OY, KARAPORTTI 3, 02610 ESPOO, FINLAND, Finland ~72:
ERONEN, Antti;LEHTINIEMI, Arto;LEPPÄNEN, Jussi~ 33:EP ~31:13198689.5 ~32:20/12/2013
2016/04818 ~ Complete ~54:AZEPANE DERIVATIVES AND METHODS OF TREATING HEPATITIS B
INFECTIONS ~71:NOVIRA THERAPEUTICS, INC., 3805 Old Easton Road, United States of America ~72:
HARTMAN, George, D.;KUDUK, Scott~ 33:US ~31:61/928,130 ~32:16/01/2014;33:US ~31:14/511,964
~32:10/10/2014
2016/04833 ~ Complete ~54:METHODS AND DEVICES FOR IMPROVING ACCESS STEERING BETWEEN
RADIO ACCESS NETWORKS ~71:TELEFONAKTIEBOLAGET LM ERICSSON (PUBL), , SE-164 83, Stockholm,
Sweden ~72: CHRISTOFER LINDHEIMER;FILIP MESTANOV;OUMER TEYEB~ 33:US ~31:61/946,915
~32:03/03/2014
2016/04847 ~ Provisional ~54:VEHICLE DEEP WATER WADING DEVICE ~71:ALAN GEOFFREY PALMER, 102
SONNEKUS, ARGYLE STREET, CAMPS BAY,, South Africa ~72: ALAN GEOFFREY PALMER~
2016/04853 ~ Complete ~54:WEAR MEMBER RETENTION SYSTEM FOR AN IMPLEMENT ~71:CATERPILLAR
INC., 100 N.E. ADAMS ST., PEORIA, 61629, ILLINOIS,, United States of America ~72: TASOVSKI,VASIL
SLOBODAN~ 33:US ~31:14/808,724 ~32:24/07/2015
2016/04803 ~ Provisional ~54:MAKE-UP SYSTEM ~71:IMPROCHEM (PTY) LTD, AECI Place, 24 The
Woodlands, Woodlands Drive, Woodmead, South Africa ~72: Petrus Jacobus OBERHOLZER~
2016/04811 ~ Complete ~54:SOLID PREPARATIONS CONTAINING PELARGONIUM SIDOIDES EXTRACTS
AND SILICIC ACID COMPOUND, AND PREPARING METHOD THEREOF ~71:KOREA UNITED PHARM. INC.,
25-23, NOJANGGONGDAN-GIL, JEONDONG-MYEON, SEJONG, REP OF KOREA, Republic of Korea ~72:
AHN, Ji Hyun;CHO, Sang Min;CHOI, Youn Woong;CHUNG, Jin Seong;JUN, Hyung Joon;JUNG, Won Tae;KI, Do
Hyoung;LEE, Byung Hoon;LEE, Dong Gyu;MIN, Byung Gu;NAM, Kyu Yeol~ 33:KR ~31:10-2013-0159980
~32:20/12/2013
2016/04816 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD FOR PRODUCING A COMPONENT ~71:NORTHROP GRUMMAN LITEF
GMBH, Lörracher Strasse 18, Germany ~72: BRENG, Uwe;GEIGER, Wolfram;HAFEN, Martin;SPAHLINGER,
Günter~ 33:DE ~31:10 2014 002 824.0 ~32:25/02/2014
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2016/04821 ~ Complete ~54:BETA-HAIRPIN PEPTIDOMIMETICS AS SELECTIVE ELASTASE INHIBITORS
~71:Polyphor AG, Hegenheimermattweg 125, ALLSCHWIL CH-4123, SWITZERLAND, Switzerland ~72:
GOMBERT, Frank Otto;LEDERER, Alexander;LUDIN, Christian;OBRECHT, Daniel;SCHMITT-BILLET,
Manuella;SELLIER-KESSLER, Odile;WEINBRENNER, Steffen~
2016/04832 ~ Complete ~54:COMPOSITION COMPRISING ESTERS OF LIGNIN AND OIL OR FATTY ACIDS
~71:REN FUEL K2B AB, c/o Interpares Konsult AB Sturegatan 38, S-114 36, Stockholm, Sweden ~72:
ALEXANDER OREBOM;CHRISTIAN DAHLSTRAND;JOAKIM LÖFSTEDT;JOSEPH SAMEC;SUPAPORN
SAWADJOON~ 33:SE ~31:1351508-5 ~32:16/12/2013;33:SE ~31:1450764-4 ~32:19/06/2014;33:SE
~31:1451310-5 ~32:03/11/2014
2016/04807 ~ Complete ~54:PROCESS FOR THE PREPARATION OF A CATALYST INTENDED FOR USE IN A
FISCHER-TROPSCH REACTION ~71:IFP ENERGIES NOUVELLES, 1 et 4 avenue de Bois-Préau, France ~72:
DIEHL, Fabrice;VIGUIE, Jean-Christophe~ 33:FR ~31:15/57.396 ~32:31/07/2015
2016/04809 ~ Complete ~54:PROGRAMMABLE PHASE SHIFTER WITH TUNABLE CAPACITOR BANK
NETWORK ~71:NOKIA TECHNOLOGIES OY, KARAPORTTI 3, 02610 ESPOO, FINLAND, Finland ~72: REIHA,
Michael~ 33:US ~31:14/136,752 ~32:20/12/2013
2016/04819 ~ Complete ~54:PROFILED FRAME OF A FRAME STRUCTURE FOR AN ELECTRICAL
ENCLOSURE OR A DISTRIBUTION CABINET ~71:RITTAL GMBH & CO. KG, Auf dem Stützelberg, Germany
~72: BRÜCK, Daniel;HOLIGHAUS, Heiko;PAUL, Hartmut;REUTER, Wolfgang;SCHINDLER, Timo~ 33:DE
~31:10 2014 101 404.9 ~32:05/02/2014
2016/04827 ~ Complete ~54:ENCAPSULATED WEAR PARTICLES ~71:ESCO Corporation, 2141 NW 25th
Avenue, PORTLAND, OR 97210, USA, United States of America ~72: MONTROSS, Charles S.~ 33:US
~31:61/926,080 ~32:10/01/2014
2016/04829 ~ Complete ~54:HIGH-STRENGTH FLAT STEEL PRODUCT HAVING A BAINITIC-MARTENSITIC
MICROSTRUCTURE AND METHOD FOR PRODUCING SUCH A FLAT STEEL PRODUCT ~71:Thyssenkrupp
Steel Europe AG, Kaiser-Wilhelm-Straße 100, DUISBURG 47166 , GERMANY, Germany ~72: KERN,
Andreas;SCHAFFNIT, Elena;TSCHERSICH, Hans-Joachim~ 33:EP ~31:14154354.6 ~32:07/02/2014
2016/04836 ~ Complete ~54:PROCESS FOR RECYCLING LI-ION BATTERIES ~71:UMICORE, A SOCIÉTÉ
ANONYME (JOINT STOCK COMPANY) ORGANISED AND EXISTING UNDER THE LAWS OF BELGIUM, Rue
du Marais 31, B-1000, Brussels, Belgium ~72: DAVID VAN HOREBEEK;JEROEN HEULENS;SYBOLT
BROUWER~ 33:EP ~31:13199465.9 ~32:23/12/2013
2016/04850 ~ Complete ~54:MULTIFUNCTIONAL ALL-TERRAIN WALKING HYDRAULIC EXCAVATOR
~71:XCMG CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY CO.,LTD.ROAD MACHINERY BRANCH, 10 Tuolanshan Road,
Jinshanqiao Economic Development Zone Xuzhou, Jiangsu 221004,, People's Republic of China ~72:
CAO,Yong;CHEN,Xiufeng;DING,Lianfeng;GAO,Ran;GU,Chengpeng;HAN,Jing;LIU,Jing;LIU,Lei,;LIU,Yuxiang;PE
NG,Zhihan;SHI,Xiaoming;WANG,Fude;WEI,Xuefeng;WEI,Yuming;WU,Jungi;XU,Jingke;XUE,Feng;ZHANG,Jie;Z
HANG,Liping;ZHANG,Yun;ZHU,Kai~ 33:CN ~31:201410011760.2 ~32:10/01/2014
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2016/04808 ~ Complete ~54:CAUSATION OF DISPLAY OF INFORMATION ON A SEE THROUGH DISPLAY
~71:NOKIA TECHNOLOGIES OY, KARAPORTTI 3, 02610 ESPOO, FINLAND, Finland ~72: JÄRVENPÄÄ,
Toni;REPONEN, Erika~ 33:US ~31:14/137,036 ~32:20/12/2013
2016/04810 ~ Complete ~54:SURFACE TREATMENT OF PARTICLES AND THEIR USE ~71:EVONIK
DEGUSSA GMBH, RELLINGHAUSER STRASSE 1-11, 45128 ESSEN, GERMANY, Germany;HUNTSMAN P&A
GERMANY GMBH, DR.-RUDOLF-SACHTLEBEN-STRAßE 4, 47198 DUISBURG, GERMANY, Germany ~72:
FRITZEN, Petra;HENNING, Frauke;HOCKEN, Jörg;LEHMANN, Kathrin;MUND, Christian;ROHE, Bernd~ 33:DE
~31:102013226800.9 ~32:20/12/2013
2016/04817 ~ Complete ~54:ADHESIVE LAVATORY TREATMENT COMPOSITION AND DISPENSING
ARTICLE ~71:RECKITT BENCKISER (BRANDS) LIMITED, 103-105 Bath Road, Slough, United Kingdom ~72:
GOULART, Leandro Pane;MORA, Fabio Roberto~ 33:GB ~31:1401546.5 ~32:30/01/2014
2016/04806 ~ Provisional ~54:A STERILISER ~71:VISSER, Johann Cornelius, Unit 10, Canterbury Studios, 35
Wesley St, Gardens, South Africa ~72: VISSER, Johann Cornelius~
2016/04815 ~ Complete ~54:PALATABILITY ENHANCERS FOR PET FOOD, METHOD OF PREPARATION
AND USES THEREOF ~71:SPECIALITES PET FOOD, Z.A du Gohélis, France ~72: AUBRIL,
Delphine;CALLEJON, Laurence~ 33:EP ~31:13306761.1 ~32:18/12/2013
2016/04822 ~ Complete ~54:ORAL CARE COMPOSITIONS AND METHODS ~71:Colgate-Palmolive Company,
300 Park Avenue, NEW YORK 10022, NY, USA, United States of America ~72: JOGUN, Suzanne;PRENCIPE,
Michael;WON, Betty~
2016/04845 ~ Provisional ~54:TOW BAR MOUNTED ITEM CARRIER ~71:ALAN GEOFFREY PALMER, 102
SONNEKUS, ARGYLE STREET, CAMPS BAY,, South Africa ~72: ALAN GEOFFREY PALMER~
2016/04849 ~ Complete ~54:SYNTHESIS OF ENT-PROGESTERONE AND INTERMEDIATES THEREOF
~71:PREVACUS,INC., 2580 Care Dr.#3, Tallahassee, FL 32308,, United States of America ~72: LEVY,Daniel
Emil;ZHAN,Xinxi;ZHANG,Faliang~ 33:US ~31:61/919,420 ~32:20/12/2013
2016/04851 ~ Complete ~54:INTUBATING AIRWAY DEVICE ~71:DR NASIR,Muhammed Aslam, Top Valley
Lodge, Chaul End Village, Caddington , Luton , Bedfordshire, LU1 4A,, United Kingdom;INTERSURGICAL AG, 11
Landsrasse, Vaduz,, Liechtenstein ~72: DR NASIR,Muhammed Aslam;KEMP,Jane Elizabeth;MILLER,Andrew
Neil~ 33:GB ~31:1322328.4 ~32:17/12/2013
2016/04812 ~ Complete ~54:ADDITIVE FOR RHEOLOGY IMPROVEMENT OF INORGANIC BINDERS
~71:CONSTRUCTION RESEARCH & TECHNOLOGY GMBH, DR.- ALBERT-FRANK- STRASSE 32, 83308
TROSTBERG, GERMANY, Germany ~72: BENDALE, Anil;BOKERN, Juergen;DENGLER, Joachim;GAEDT,
Torben;KRAUS, Alexander;MOINS, Nicolas;MORO, Sandro;ZEMINIAN, Nicoletta~ 33:EP ~31:13199011.1
~32:20/12/2013
2016/04826 ~ Complete ~54:DOUBLE-ROADWAY COMBINED SPEEDY TUNNELLING AND WASTE ROCK
REMOVAL SYSTEM AND METHOD ~71:China University of Mining and Technology, Science Academy of China
University of Mining and Technology, No. 1 University Road, XUZHOU 221116, JIANGSU, CHINA (P.R.C.),
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People's Republic of China ~72: DU, Changlong;JI, Huifu;JI, Yun;JIANG, Hongxiang;LI, Jianping;LIU,
Songyong;LIU, Xiaohui;LIU, Zenghui;YANG, Daolong~ 33:CN ~31:201410770573.2 ~32:15/12/2014
2016/04828 ~ Complete ~54:COMBINATION THERAPY FOR CANCER ~71:Eli Lilly and Company, Lilly
Corporate Center, INDIANAPOLIS 46285, IN, USA, United States of America ~72: CHAN, Edward Michael~
33:US ~31:61/944,811 ~32:26/02/2014
2016/04835 ~ Complete ~54:IMPROVED METHOD TO PRODUCE HIGH-RESISTANCE COMPOSITE
VESSELS WITH INNER METAL LINER AND VESSELS MADE BY SAID METHOD ~71:C.N.G.V.D.O.O, Via
Velichi trg n.17, Izola, 6310, Slovenia ~72: GIOVANNI FRATTI~ 33:IT ~31:PN2014A000007 ~32:31/01/2014
-APPLIED ON 7/14/20162016/04863 ~ Complete ~54:NICOTINE POWDER DELIVERY SYSTEM WITH AIRFLOW MANAGEMENT
MEANS ~71:PHILIP MORRIS PRODUCTS S.A., Quai Jeanrenaud 3, Switzerland ~72: BUEHLER,
Frédéric;EMMETT, Robert~ 33:EP ~31:14173343.6 ~32:20/06/2014
2016/04886 ~ Provisional ~54:EAZY-P ~71:Joachim Marthinus Grobler, Hoff Street 15, South Africa ~72:
JOACHIM MARTHINUS GROBLER~
2016/04854 ~ Provisional ~54:AN APPARATUS FOR PLANTING ~71:UMGIBE FARMING ORGANICS &
TRAINING INSTITUTE (PTY) LTD., 5464 Bhubesi Road, Lamontville, DURBAN 4027, KwaZulu-Natal, SOUTH
AFRICA, South Africa ~72: JOYE, Eunephacia Nonhlanhla~
2016/04866 ~ Complete ~54:GAMMA-AMINOBUTYRIC ACID (GABA) ANALOGUES FOR THE TREATMENT OF
PAIN AND OTHER DISORDERS ~71:NOVASSAY SA, 7 Rue Galile'e, CH 1400, Switzerland ~72: KRICEK,
Franz;MEGHANI, Premji~ 33:US ~31:61/917,623 ~32:18/12/2013
2016/04874 ~ Complete ~54:RNA-GUIDED GENE DRIVES ~71:PRESIDENT AND FELLOWS OF HARVARD
COLLEGE, 17 Quincy Street, Cambridge, 02138, Massachusetts, United States of America ~72: ANDREA L
SMIDLER;KEVIN M ESVELT~ 33:US ~31:61/924,735 ~32:08/01/2014;33:US ~31:62/024,642 ~32:15/07/2014
2016/04877 ~ Complete ~54:TREATMENT DEVICE AND METHOD FOR DESTRUCTING MICRO-ORGANISMS
IN GASEOUS OR LIQUID MEDIA ~71:DENNIS MASON, A NORWEGIAN CITIZEN, Jordalsv. 8, 5105,
Eidsvåg/Åsane, Norway ~72: DENNIS MASON~
2016/04857 ~ Provisional ~54:A PROCESS FOR MANUFACTURING A MULTI-LAYERED BARRIER FOR
PACKAGING AND A PRODUCT PRODUCED THEREBY ~71:ZAKOWEB (PTY) LTD, 24 DELTA ROAD ELTON
HILL, South Africa ~72: WU Chen Yen~
2016/04867 ~ Complete ~54:PENTOSE-FERMENTING STRAIN WITH OPTIMIZED PROPAGATION
~71:LESAFFRE ET COMPAGNIE, 41 rue Etienne Marcel, F-75001, France ~72: DESFOUGERES,
Thomas;PIGNEDE, Georges;TECHEL, Jennifer~ 33:FR ~31:1451246 ~32:17/02/2014
2016/04868 ~ Complete ~54:TENSIONING DEVICE AND TENSIONING METHOD FOR STEEL WIRE ROPE OF
CAGE GUIDE OF ULTRA-DEEP VERTICAL SHAFT ~71:CHINA UNIVERSITY OF MINING AND TECHNOLOGY,
Science Academy of China University of Mining and Technology, No. 1 University Road, Xuzhou, People's
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Republic of China ~72: CAO, Guohua;CHEN, Xiao;LAI, Hong;LI, Wei;SHEN, Gang;TENG, Wenxiang;ZHOU,
Gongbo;ZHU, Zhencai~ 33:CN ~31:201410767702.2 ~32:11/12/2014
2016/04871 ~ Complete ~54:SUBSTITUTED N-ARYL PYRIDINONES ~71:AUSPEX PHARMACEUTICALS, INC.,
3333 N. Torrey Pines Court , Suite 400, La Jolla, 92037, California, United States of America ~72: PRATIK
SHAH;SAMUEL SAKS~ 33:US ~31:61/931,117 ~32:24/01/2014
2016/04873 ~ Complete ~54:PROCESS FOR PRODUCING SYNTHESIS GAS ~71:HALDOR TOPSØE A/S,
Haldor Topsøes Allé 1, 2800 Kgs., Lyngby, Denmark ~72: IB (DECEASED) DYBKJÆR;KIM AASBERGPETERSEN~ 33:DK ~31:PA 2014 70094 ~32:28/02/2014;33:DK ~31:PA 2014 00263 ~32:14/05/2014
2016/04876 ~ Complete ~54:DUOCARMYCIN ADCS FOR USE IN TREATMENT OF ENDOMETRIAL CANCER
~71:SYNTHON BIOPHARMACEUTICALS B.V., Microweg 22, 6545 CM, Nijmegen, Netherlands;YALE
UNIVERSITY, Two Whitney Avenue, New Haven, 06510, Connecticut, United States of America ~72:
ALESSANDRO DAVIDE SANTIN;PETER JOHANNES GOEDINGS~ 33:EP ~31:14150791.3 ~32:10/01/2014
2016/04881 ~ Complete ~54:CONTROLLING A CONVEYOR IN A MINING SYSTEM ~71:JOY MM DELAWARE,
INC., 2751 Centerville Road, Suite 342, Wilmington, United States of America ~72: RIMMINGTON, Gareth~
33:US ~31:14/802,302 ~32:17/07/2015
2016/04883 ~ Complete ~54:PROCESSING BIOMASS ~71:XYLECO, INC., 360 AUDUBON ROAD,
WAKEFIELD, MA 01880-6248, USA, United States of America ~72: MEDOFF, Marshall~ 33:US ~31:61/115,398
~32:17/11/2008
2016/04884 ~ Complete ~54:PROCESSING BIOMASS ~71:XYLECO, INC., 360 AUDUBON ROAD,
WAKEFIELD, MA 01880-6248, USA, United States of America ~72: MEDOFF, Marshall~ 33:US ~31:61/115,398
~32:17/11/2008
2016/04855 ~ Provisional ~54:CARBON ACTIVITY ANALYSER ~71:MINTEK, 200 Malibongwe Drive, Strijdom
Park, South Africa ~72: Hermanus Stefanus SMIT~
2016/04880 ~ Complete ~54:COMMUNICATION SYSTEM, METHOD, AND APPARATUS ~71:NEC Corporation,
7-1, Shiba 5-chome, Minato-ku, TOKYO 108-8001, JAPAN, Japan ~72: TAMURA, Toshiyuki;ZEMBUTSU,
Hajime~ 33:JP ~31:2013-141127 ~32:04/07/2013;33:JP ~31:2013-187106 ~32:10/09/2013
2016/04862 ~ Complete ~54:COMPOSITIONS AND METHODS FOR INHIBITING INFLAMMATION AND
DISEASES USING AN ALGINIC ACID-BASED ANTIMICROBIAL COMPOUND ~71:EVOFEM, INC., 8910
University Center Lane, Suite 120, San Diego,, United States of America;EVOFEM, INC., 8910 University Center
Lane, Suite 120, United States of America ~72: GUTHRIE, Wendell;HAHN, Gary~ 33:US ~31:61/918,445
~32:19/12/2013
2016/04858 ~ Provisional ~54:KOTA PALACE ~71:Aaron Nzotho, 238 Beirut Mabopane, South Africa ~72: Aaron
Nzotho~
2016/04859 ~ Provisional ~54:MOBILE NETWORK LATENCY MANAGEMENT ~71:PAMA, Thandisizwe
Ezwenilethu, 137 Villefranche Sunset Boulevard Lonehill, South Africa ~72: PAMA, Thandisizwe Ezwenilethu~
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2016/04860 ~ Complete ~54:SURFACE TREATMENT OF PARTICLES AND THEIR USE ~71:EVONIK
DEGUSSA GMBH, RELLINGHAUSER STRASSE 1-11, 45128 ESSEN, GERMANY, Germany ~72: HENNING,
Frauke;LEHMANN, Kathrin;MUND, Christian;NAWRACALA, Angela~ 33:DE ~31:102013226798.3
~32:20/12/2013
2016/04861 ~ Complete ~54:POLYPROPYLENE COMPOSITE ~71:BOREALIS AG, Wagramer Strasse 17-19,
Austria ~72: Cornelia TRANNINGER;Luca BORAGNO;Markus GAHLEITNER~ 33:EP ~31:14155222.4
~32:14/02/2014
2016/04865 ~ Complete ~54:HIGH EFFICIENCY POUR POINT REDUCTION PROCESS ~71:APPLIED
RESEARCH ASSOCIATES, INC., 4300 San Mateo Blvd., N.E., Suite A-220, Albuquerque, United States of
America ~72: COPPOLA, Edward, N.;NANA, Sanjay;RED, Charles, Jr.~ 33:US ~31:61/929,341 ~32:20/01/2014
2016/04869 ~ Complete ~54:PRE-CONFIGURATION OF DEVICES SUPPORTING NATIONAL SECURITY AND
PUBLIC SAFETY COMMUNICATIONS ~71:TELEFONAKTIEBOLAGET LM ERICSSON (PUBL), , S-164 83,
Stockholm, Sweden ~72: MAGNUS OLSSON;PETER HEDMAN~ 33:US ~31:61/938,775 ~32:12/02/2014;33:US
~31:14/568,808 ~32:12/12/2014
2016/04989 ~ Provisional ~54:VIRTUAL QUEUING SYSTEM SOFTWARE AND APPLICATION ~71:STEVEN
ZONDANI MACHEVE, 21 Licuripalm Street Timbavati Estate, South Africa ~72: STEVEN ZONDANI MACHEVE~
2016/04864 ~ Complete ~54:AQUEOUS HERBICIDAL CONCENTRATES ~71:MONSANTO TECHNOLOGY
LLC, 800 North Lindbergh Boulevard, St. Louis, United States of America ~72: BECHER, David Z.~ 33:US
~31:61/932,199 ~32:27/01/2014
2016/04870 ~ Complete ~54:RECOMBINANT MICROORGANISMS AND METHODS OF USE THEREOF
~71:LANZATECH NEW ZEALAND LIMITED, 24 Balfour Road Parnell, Auckland, 1052, New Zealand ~72:
BAKIR AL-SINAWI;MICHAEL KOEPKE;SASHINI DE TISSERA;SHILPA NAGARAJU~ 33:US ~31:61/933,815
~32:30/01/2014;33:US ~31:61/944,541 ~32:25/02/2014
2016/04872 ~ Complete ~54:BELT-ON-BELT CONVEYOR ~71:THYSSENKRUPP INDUSTRIAL SOLUTIONS
(USA), INC., 6400 South Fiddlers Green Circle, Suite 700, Greenwood Village, 80111, Colorado, United States of
America ~72: CHRISTOF BREWKA;MARTIN S LURIE;R STEVEN KASPER~ 33:US ~31:61/927,410
~32:14/01/2014
2016/04875 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR THE SYNCHRONIZATION OF A DEVICE-TODEVICE COMMUNICATION ~71:TELEFONAKTIEBOLAGET LM ERICSSON (PUBL), , S-164 83, Stockholm,
Sweden ~72: STEFANO SORRENTINO~ 33:US ~31:61/934,028 ~32:31/01/2014
2016/04878 ~ Complete ~54:OPERATIONAL FAULT DETECTION SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR WINCH OF
SUSPENDED PLATFORM IN CONSTRUCTION VERTICAL SHAFT ~71:CHINA UNIVERSITY OF MINING AND
TECHNOLOGY, Science Academy of China University of Mining and Technology, No. 1 University Road,
Xuzhou, People's Republic of China ~72: CAO, Guohua;LIU, Fengyu;LIU, Shanzeng;PAN, Jisong;PENG,
Weihong;WANG, Jinjie;WANG, Naige;WANG, Yandong;ZHANG, Ji;ZHU, Zhencai~ 33:CN ~31:201410624478.1
~32:07/11/2014
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2016/04885 ~ Complete ~54:PROCESSING BIOMASS ~71:XYLECO, INC., 360 AUDUBON ROAD,
WAKEFIELD, MA 01880-6248, USA, United States of America ~72: MEDOFF, Marshall~ 33:US ~31:61/115,398
~32:17/11/2008
2016/04856 ~ Provisional ~54:PRECAST WALL PANEL ARRANGEMENT ~71:PTW CONNECT (PTY) LTD, No.
26 Lone Meadow, Bryntirrold Drive, LONEHILL, 2062, Gauteng, SOUTH AFRICA, South Africa ~72: WEMBE,
Paulin Tchumtcha~
2016/04988 ~ Provisional ~54:A MECHANISM HARNESSING THE MAGNETIC FORCE OF PERMANENT
MAGNETS FOR ONGOING RECIPROCAL MOTION ~71:LETLHOGONOLO MARK LETEANE, P O Box 20661
Gaborone, South Africa ~72: LETLHOGONOLO MARK LETEAN
-APPLIED ON 7/15/20162016/04911 ~ Complete ~54:HYDRAULIC CONTROL SYSTEM OF FULLY-HYDRAULIC DRILL TYPE COAL
MINING MACHINE ~71:CHINA UNIVERSITY OF MINING AND TECHNOLOGY, Science Academy of China
University of Mining and Technology, No. 1 University Road, Xuzhou, 221116, Jiangsu, People's Republic of
China ~72: CHANGLONG DU;DAOLONG YANG;DEYUAN MENG;HUIFU JI;JIANPING LI;SONGYONG
LIU;XIAOHUI LIU;YUN JI~ 33:CN ~31:201410643298.8 ~32:13/11/2014
2016/04917 ~ Complete ~54:INDUCTIVE CHARGING DEVICE ~71:Robert Bosch GmbH, Postfach 30 02 20,
STUTTGART 70442, GERMANY, Germany ~72: GONDA, Martin;KRUPEZEVIC, Dragan;LOHR, Guenter;MACK,
Juergen;REJMAN, Marcin~ 33:DE ~31:10 2013 226 234.5 ~32:17/12/2013;33:DE ~31:10 2014 204 919.9
~32:17/03/2014;33:DE ~31:10 2014 217 272.1 ~32:29/08/2014
2016/04920 ~ Complete ~54:ASSEMBLY AND METHOD FOR TESTING POINT MACHINES ~71:Siemens
Aktiengesellschaft, Wittelsbacherplatz 2, MÜNCHEN 80333, GERMANY, Germany ~72: DUDECK, Sven
Gerhard~ 33:DE ~31:102014206412.0 ~32:03/04/2014
2016/04922 ~ Complete ~54:MICROBIOCIDALLY ACTIVE BENZOXABOROLES ~71:Syngenta Participations
AG, Schwarzwaldallee 215, BASEL CH-4058, SWITZERLAND, Switzerland ~72: BEAUDEGNIES,
Renaud;RAJAN, Ramya;STIERLI, Daniel~ 33:IN ~31:448/DEL/2014 ~32:17/02/2014
2016/04923 ~ Complete ~54:PRIMARY AMINE-CONTAINING POLYMERS USEFUL AS SCALE INHIBITORS
~71:Cytec Industries Inc., 5 Garret Mountain Plaza, WOODLAND PARK 07424, NJ, USA, United States of
America ~72: CARR, John;CHEN, Haunn-lin Tony;ZHANG, Lei~ 33:US ~31:61/938,235 ~32:11/02/2014
2016/04925 ~ Complete ~54:A SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR IMAGE ACQUISITION USING SUPERVISED
HIGH QUALITY IMAGING ~71:BD Kiestra B.V., Marconilaan 6, DRACHTEN NL-9207 JC, THE NETHERLANDS,
Netherlands ~72: MARCELPOIL, Raphael R.;MOREL, Didier;ORNY, Cedrick~ 33:US ~31:61/933,426
~32:30/01/2014
2016/04927 ~ Complete ~54:AMINOPYRAZOLONE DERIVATIVE ~71:Daiichi Sankyo Company, Limited, 3-5-1,
Nihonbashi Honcho, TOKYO 103-8426, CHUO-KU, JAPAN, Japan ~72: EBISAWA, Masayuki;HAGINOYA,
Noriyasu;HAMADA, Tomoaki;MURAKAMI, Ryo;MURATA, Takeshi;SUZUKI, Takashi;TAKATA, Takehiko;UOTO,
Kouichi~ 33:JP ~31:2014-028990 ~32:18/02/2014
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2016/04928 ~ Complete ~54:NATURAL ACIDIFICATION OF FROZEN DAIRY DESSERTS USING NATURAL
PLANT SOURCES ~71:Nestec S.A., Avenue Nestlé 55, VEVEY CH-1800, SWITZERLAND, Switzerland ~72:
BUNCE, Matthew Galen;DAVE, Rajiv Indravadan~ 33:US ~31:61/917,109 ~32:17/12/2013
2016/04929 ~ Complete ~54:PROCESS FOR THE SURFACE TREATMENT OF A SECURITY DOCUMENT AND
ASSOCIATED SECURITY DOCUMENT ~71:Oberthur Fiduciaire SAS, 7 avenue de Messine, PARIS F-75008,
FRANCE, France ~72: BORDE, Xavier;GILLOT, Julien;LE BERRE, Marjory~ 33:FR ~31:1363309
~32:20/12/2013
2016/04930 ~ Complete ~54:ARTICLES WITH IMPROVED FLAME RETARDANCY AND/OR MELT DRIPPING
PROPERTIES ~71:QED Labs Inc, 150 Bear Hill Road, WALTHAM 02451, MA, USA, United States of America
~72: JOGIKALMATH, Gangadhar;RAMAPPA, Deepak Arabagatte~ 33:US ~31:61/928,503
~32:17/01/2014;33:US ~31:62/068,189 ~32:24/10/2014
2016/04931 ~ Complete ~54:NEWLY IDENTIFIED PEPTIDES FOR USE IN THE INDUCTION OF ORAL
TOLERANCE IN YOUNG MAMMALS ~71:Nestec S.A., Avenue Nestlé 55, VEVEY CH-1800, SWITZERLAND,
Switzerland ~72: BLANCHARD, Carine;NUTTEN, Sophie;PANCHAUD, Alexandre~
2016/04933 ~ Complete ~54:USE OF PHOSPHORUS CONTAINING HERBICIDES AS DESICCANT FOR
PLANTS OF THE GENUS SACCHARUM ~71:Bayer CropScience Aktiengesellschaft, Alfred-Nobel-Strasse 50,
MONHEIM AM RHEIN 40789, GERMANY, Germany ~72: ALVES CORRÊA, Luis Eduardo;CARVALHO CÉSAR
DE SAN JUAN, Rodolfo;DE OLIVIERA, Thiago;IDALGO DONADONI, Paulo César;NEGRISIOLO DELLA VALLE,
Juliano~ 33:EP ~31:13197931.2 ~32:18/12/2013
2016/04936 ~ Complete ~54:PROCESS FOR PREPARING AMINOPLAST MICROCAPSULES ~71:Firmenich
SA, 1, route des Jeunes, P.O. Box 239, GENEVA 8 CH-1211, SWITZERLAND, Switzerland ~72: CLAUDIE ,
Bellouard;PICHON, Nicolas;STRUILLOU, Arnaud~ 33:EP ~31:14152610.3 ~32:27/01/2014
2016/04909 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD FOR PRODUCING ELECTRIC TRIGGER ELEMENTS FOR
PYROTECHNIC ARTICLES ~71:RUAG AMMOTEC GMBH, A COMPANY INCORPORATED IN GERMANY,
Kronacher Strasse 63, 90765, Fürth, Germany ~72: ANDREAS WINTER;GEORG ULRICH~ 33:DE ~31:10 2013
022 323.7 ~32:19/12/2013
2016/04910 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD FOR INJECTING FLUIDS INTO AN UNDERWATER FACILITY
~71:TOTAL SA, 2 place Jean Millier La Défense 6, F-92400, Courbevoie, France ~72: GABRIEL
BEAUDONNET;LUC RIVIERE;VINCENT PEYRONY;WILLIAM HUDSON~ 33:FR ~31:13 63131 ~32:19/12/2013
2016/04912 ~ Complete ~54:IMPROVED METHODS AND SYSTEMS OF METAL SORPTION USING
INTERSTAGE SCREENING ~71:DERRICK CORPORATION, A CORPORATION ORGANISED AND EXISTING
UNDER THE LAWS OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK, U.S.A., 590 Duke Road, Buffalo, 14225, New York, United
States of America ~72: CHRISTIAN T NEWMAN;DAVID E PERKINS;JAMES R COLGROVE~ 33:US
~31:61/927,265 ~32:14/01/2014
2016/04913 ~ Complete ~54:SUBSTITUTED AMINO TRIAZOLES, AND METHODS USING SAME ~71:THE
INSTITUTE FOR DRUG DISCOVERY, P.O. Box 335, Guilford, 06437, Connecticut, United States of America
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~72: ADAM GOLEBIOWSKI;JACEK OLCZAK;MARZENA MAZUR;MICHAEL L CORMAN;RAYMOND P
BECKETT;SYLWIA OLEJNICZAK;WILLIAM M HUNGERFORD~ 33:US ~31:61/919,117 ~32:20/12/2013
2016/04914 ~ Complete ~54:A PROCESS OF SUSTAINING METHANE PRODUCTION IN A SUBTERRANEAN
CARBONACEOUS MEDIUM ~71:COMMONWEALTH SCIENTIFIC AND INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH
ORGANISATION, A CORPORATION ORGANIZED UNDER THE LAWS OF AUSTRALIA, 407 Royal Parade,
Parkville, 3052, Victoria, Australia ~72: DAVID LAMBOURNE;PHILIP HENDRY~ 33:AU ~31:2013904965
~32:19/12/2013;33:AU ~31:PCT/AU2013/001488 ~32:19/12/2013
2016/04943 ~ Provisional ~54:INFLATABLE HEADGEAR ~71:MIGRAINE MASTER LLC, 16 West Main Street,
Christiana, DE, 19702, South Africa ~72: SHEVEL,Elliot~
2016/04944 ~ Provisional ~54:YIELDING DEVICE FOR TEMPORARY PROP ~71:ANGELOS:KOMNINOS
GEORGE, Portion 94 OF JQ417, Roodekopjes ,, South Africa;LAWRENCE:ALLEN PRESTON, Portion 94 OF
JQ417, Roodekopjes ,, South Africa ~72: LAWRENCE:ALLEN PRESTON~
2016/04946 ~ Complete ~54:PLENOPTIC CAMERA AND METHOD OF CONTROLLING THE SAME
~71:THOMSON LICENSING, 1 RUE JEANNE D'ARC, 92443, ISSY-LES MOULINEAUX,, France ~72:
DRAZIC,VALTER;GALPIN,FRANCK;SEIFI,MOZHDEH~ 33:EP ~31:15306265.8 ~32:04/08/2015
2016/04905 ~ Complete ~54:ROCK BOLT ~71:RAND YORK CASTINGS (PTY) LIMITED, 4 Lagoon Drive, South
Africa ~72: MINNAAR, Niel~ 33:ZA ~31:2015/02557 ~32:16/04/2015
2016/04937 ~ Complete ~54:TIME-DIFFERENCE ULTRASONIC FLOW MEASUREMENT METHOD AND
APPARATUS ~71:China University of Mining and Technology, Science Academy of China University of Mining
and Technology, No. 1 University Road, XUZHOU 221116, JIANGSU, CHINA (P.R.C.), People's Republic of
China ~72: GUO, Chuwen;WANG, Fengchao;WANG, Xinyong~ 33:CN ~31:201510387517.5 ~32:03/07/2015
2016/04888 ~ Provisional ~54:RAINWATER HARVESTER ~71:SAM DERRICK RAPHAEL, 33 Hedera Street,
Ennerdal, Extension 2, South Africa ~72: Sam Derrick RAPHAEL~
2016/04892 ~ Provisional ~54:WATER TREATMENT PRODUCT ~71:Brand Pack (Pty) Ltd, 70 Thirteenth Road,
Kew, Johannesburg 2090, Gauteng Province, SOUTH AFRICA, South Africa ~72: BUCHAN, Peter James;MILLS,
Geordie Thain~
2016/04893 ~ Provisional ~54:WATER TREATMENT PRODUCT ~71:Brand Pack (Pty) Ltd, 70 Thirteenth Road,
Kew, Johannesburg 2090, Gauteng Province, SOUTH AFRICA, South Africa ~72: BUCHAN, Peter James;MILLS,
Geordie Thain~
2016/04901 ~ Complete ~54:PROCESSING BIOMASS ~71:XYLECO, INC., 360 AUDUBON ROAD,
WAKEFIELD, MA 01880-6248, USA, United States of America ~72: MASTERMAN, Thomas;MEDOFF, Marshall~
33:US ~31:61/151,724 ~32:11/02/2009
2016/04902 ~ Complete ~54:PROCESSING BIOMASS ~71:XYLECO, INC., 360 AUDUBON ROAD,
WAKEFIELD, MA 01880-6248, USA, United States of America ~72: MASTERMAN, Thomas;MEDOFF, Marshall~
33:US ~31:61/151,724 ~32:11/02/2009
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2016/04903 ~ Complete ~54:PROCESSING BIOMASS ~71:XYLECO, INC., 360 AUDUBON ROAD,
WAKEFIELD, MA 01880-6248, USA, United States of America ~72: MASTERMAN, Thomas;MEDOFF, Marshall~
33:US ~31:61/151,724 ~32:11/02/2009
2016/04904 ~ Complete ~54:PROCESSING BIOMASS ~71:XYLECO, INC., 360 AUDUBON ROAD,
WAKEFIELD, MA 01880-6248, USA, United States of America ~72: MASTERMAN, Thomas;MEDOFF, Marshall~
33:US ~31:61/151,724 ~32:11/02/2009
2016/04889 ~ Provisional ~54:SEALING ARRANGEMENT ~71:Willem Sarel DE REUCK, 10 Van Zyl Street,
South Africa ~72: Willem Sarel DE REUCK~
2016/04891 ~ Provisional ~54:WATER TREATMENT ~71:COETZEE, Francina, 17 Kudu Street, LADYSMITH
3370, KwaZulu-Natal, SOUTH AFRICA, South Africa;SEWPARSAD, Thajna Roshen, 7 Shah Jehan Place,
LADYSMITH 3370, KwaZulu-Natal, SOUTH AFRICA, South Africa ~72: COETZEE, Francina;SEWPARSAD,
Thajna Roshen~
2016/04894 ~ Provisional ~54:OSCILLATING AND ROTATING WING GENERATOR ASSEMBLY ~71:BURGER,
Hendrik Jacobus, 173 Anderson Avenue, NORTHCLIFF, Johannesburg 2195, Gauteng, SOUTH AFRICA, South
Africa ~72: BURGER, Hendrik Jacobus~
2016/04898 ~ Complete ~54:PROCESSING BIOMASS ~71:XYLECO, INC., 360 AUDUBON ROAD,
WAKEFIELD, MA 01880-6248, USA, United States of America ~72: MASTERMAN, Thomas;MEDOFF, Marshall~
33:US ~31:61/179,995 ~32:20/05/2009;33:US ~31:61/218,832 ~32:19/06/2009
2016/04899 ~ Complete ~54:PROCESSING BIOMASS ~71:XYLECO, INC., 360 AUDUBON ROAD,
WAKEFIELD, MA 01880-6248, USA, United States of America ~72: MASTERMAN, Thomas;MEDOFF, Marshall~
33:US ~31:61/179,995 ~32:20/05/2009;33:US ~31:61/218,832 ~32:19/06/2009
2016/04900 ~ Complete ~54:PROCESSING BIOMASS ~71:XYLECO, INC., 360 AUDUBON ROAD,
WAKEFIELD, MA 01880-6248, USA, United States of America ~72: MASTERMAN, Thomas;MEDOFF, Marshall~
33:US ~31:61/179,995 ~32:20/05/2009;33:US ~31:61/218,832 ~32:19/06/2009
2016/04939 ~ Complete ~54:COMPOSITIONS OF OMEGA 3 FATTY ACIDS TO TREAT DISEASES WHICH
INVOLVE DAMAGE TO THE NERVOUS SYSTEM ~71:Tassos GEORGIOU, C/o Ophthalmos Eye and Laser
Center Morfou 48 Egkomi, Cyprus ~72: GEORGIOU, Tassos~
2016/05026 ~ Complete ~54:CAPACITY ALLOCATION OF CALL-HANDLING DEVICES ~71:TATA
COMMUNICATIONS (AMERICA) INC., 2355 DULLES CORNER BOULEVARD, 7TH FLOOR, HERNDON, VA
20171, USA, United States of America ~72: HO, Roy;POKKUNURI, Kesava, R.;SAINI, Aakratee~ 33:US
~31:14/139,191 ~32:23/12/2013
2016/04926 ~ Complete ~54:FACTOR VIII CONJUGATES ~71:Novo Nordisk A/S, Novo Allé, BAGSVÆRD DK2880, DENMARK, Denmark ~72: BEHRENS, Carsten;DEANGELIS, Paul;HALLER, Friedrich Michael~ 33:EP
~31:14154876.8 ~32:12/02/2014
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2016/04934 ~ Complete ~54:FOOD COMPOSITION COMPRISING FERROUS PICOLINATE ~71:Nestec S.A.,
Avenue Nestlé 55, VEVEY CH-1800, SWITZERLAND, Switzerland ~72: GALAFFU, Nicola;HABEYCH NARVAEZ,
Edwin Alberto;MERINAT, Sylvie Joëlle~ 33:EP ~31:13197435.4 ~32:16/12/2013
2016/04935 ~ Complete ~54:FACTOR VII CONJUGATES ~71:Novo Nordisk Health Care AG,
Thurgauerstr.36/38, ZÜRICH CH 8050, SWITZERLAND, Switzerland ~72: BEHRENS, Carsten;DEANGELIS,
Paul;HALLER, Friedrich Michael~ 33:EP ~31:14154875.0 ~32:12/02/2014
2016/04906 ~ Complete ~54:A CONTAINER HAVING A HEATER FOR AN AEROSOL-GENERATING DEVICE,
AND AEROSOL-GENERATING DEVICE ~71:PHILIP MORRIS PRODUCTS S.A., Quai Jeanrenaud 3,
Switzerland ~72: BATISTA, Rui, Nuno~ 33:EP ~31:14166738.6 ~32:30/04/2014
2016/04907 ~ Complete ~54:ANTI-FOAM COMPOSITIONS ~71:THE PROCTER & GAMBLE COMPANY, One
Procter & Gamble Plaza, United States of America ~72: KLUESENER, Bernard, William;KOBAYASHI,
Akihiro;LANGEVIN, Rebecca, Ann;MORIYA, Hiroyuki;PANANDIKER, Rajan, Keshav;RANDALL, Sherri,
Lynn;SAKURAI, Takato~ 33:US ~31:61/944,770 ~32:26/02/2014;33:US ~31:61/991,649 ~32:12/05/2014;33:US
~31:62/028,965 ~32:25/07/2014;33:US ~31:62/044,447 ~32:02/09/2014
2016/04908 ~ Complete ~54:METHODS FOR TREATING PATIENTS WITH HYPERCHOLESTEROLEMIA THAT
IS NOT ADEQUATELY CONTROLLED BY MODERATE-DOSE STATIN THERAPY ~71:REGENERON
PHARMACEUTICALS, INC., 777 Old Saw Mill River Road, Tarrytown, United States of America;SANOFI
BIOTECHNOLOGY, 54 rue la Boétie, France ~72: BESSAC, Laurence;HANOTIN, Corinne;HARP, Joyce,
B.;PORDY, Robert, C.;SASIELA, William, J.~ 33:US ~31:61/939,857 ~32:14/02/2014;33:US ~31:62/000,162
~32:19/05/2014;33:US ~31:62/025,094 ~32:16/07/2014;33:US ~31:62/052,227 ~32:18/09/2014;33:EP
~31:14306729.6 ~32:29/10/2014
2016/04942 ~ Provisional ~54:INTERNAL FRIDGE SCANNER ~71:SIDIMELA MPFARENI SETH, 105 Jakaranda
Hof, 180 Inner Crescent, South Africa ~72: SIDIMELA MPFARENI SETH~
2016/04945 ~ Complete ~54:WEAR MEMBER RETENTION SYSTEM FOR AN IMPLEMENT ~71:CATERPILLAR
INC., 100 N.E. ADAMS STREET, PEORIA, 61629, ILLINOIS, United States of America ~72: TASOVSKI,VASIL
SLOBODAN~ 33:US ~31:14/808,758 ~32:24/07/2015
2016/04896 ~ Complete ~54:FRAGMENTOR CARTRIDGE ~71:TECHNOVATION PTY LTD, Level 11, 1 York
Street, Australia ~72: FRANK, Dion Stuart~
2016/04915 ~ Complete ~54:AERIAL SPRAY SYSTEM ~71:RALPH KATZWINKEL, 14 Old Main Road, South
Africa ~72: KATZWINKEL, Ralph~ 33:ZA ~31:2013/09487 ~32:17/12/2013
2016/04916 ~ Complete ~54:INSECTICIDE COMPOUND AND THE COMPOSITIONS THEREOF ~71:Shogun
Organics Limited, A -106 Kotia Nirman, New Link Road, Andheri (West), MUMBAI 400058 , MAHARASHTRA,
INDIA, India ~72: GHARGE, Yuvraj Hanamant;HANDE, Mangesh Vasudeo;KALYANARAMAN, Amit
Ramaswamy;RAMASWAMY, Kalyanaraman~ 33:IN ~31:4121/MUM/2013 ~32:30/12/2013
2016/04918 ~ Complete ~54:TEMPORARY BANKNOTE STORAGE DEVICE AND METHOD FOR IMPROVING
COILING BLOCK STORAGE CAPACITY ~71:GRG Banking Equipment Co., Ltd., 9 Kelin Road, Science City,
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Luogang District, GUANGZHOU CITY 510663, GUANGDONG, CHINA (P.R.C.), People's Republic of China ~72:
CHEN, Weibin;SUN, Zhiqiang;WANG, Canjie;ZHANG, Tao~ 33:CN ~31:201410020452.6 ~32:16/01/2014
2016/04919 ~ Complete ~54:CHIRAL DESIGN ~71:WAVE LIFE SCIENCES LTD., 8 Cross Street, #10-00 PWC
Building, SINGAPORE 048424, SINGAPORE, Singapore ~72: BUTLER, David;IWAMOTO,
Naoki;Meena;SVRZIKAPA, Nenad;VERDINE, Gregory L.;ZLATEV, Ivan~ 33:US ~31:61/928,405
~32:16/01/2014;33:US ~31:62/063,359 ~32:13/10/2014
2016/04921 ~ Complete ~54:METHODS FOR CONTROLLING WEEDS USING FORMULATIONS CONTAINING
FLUTHIACET-METHYL AND HPPD HERBICIDES ~71:FMC Corporation, 2929 Walnut Street, PHILADELPHIA
19104, PA, USA, United States of America ~72: RAHI, Sarwar;SHARMA, Shiv;STRATMAN, Gail;VANKAYALA,
Kumar~ 33:IN ~31:134/KOL/2014 ~32:31/01/2014
2016/04924 ~ Complete ~54:SUBSTITUTED CYCLOPENTANES, TETRAHYDROFURANES AND
PYRROLIDINES AS OREXIN RECEPTOR ANTAGONISTS ~71:Takeda Pharmaceutical Company Limited, 1-1,
Doshomachi 4-Chome, Chuo-Ku, Osaka-Shi, OSAKA 541-0045, JAPAN, Japan ~72: FIELDHOUSE,
Charlotte;FUJIMOTO, Tatsuhiko;GLEN, Angela;ROBINSON, John Stephen~ 33:EP ~31:14156010.2
~32:20/02/2014
2016/04932 ~ Complete ~54:N1-(3,3,3-TRIFLUORO-2-HYDROXO-2-METHYLPROPIONYL)-PIPERIDINE
DERIVATIVES AS INHIBITORS OF PYRUVATE DEHYDROGENASE KINASE ~71:Merck Patent GmbH,
Frankfurter Strasse 250, DARMSTADT 64293 , GERMANY, Germany ~72: BUCHSTALLER, Hans-Peter~ 33:EP
~31:13005865.4 ~32:17/12/2013
2016/04938 ~ Complete ~54:DYNAMIC ENABLEMENT OF MULTITHREADING ~71:INTERNATIONAL
BUSINESS MACHINES CORPORATION, New Orchard Road, United States of America ~72: BRADBURY,
Jonathan, David;BUSABA, Fadi, Yusuf;FARRELL, Mark;GAINEY JR, Charles (deceased);GREINER,
Dan;HELLER, Lisa, Cranton;JACOBI, Christian;KUBALA, Jeffrey, Paul;OSISEK, Damian, Leo;SCHMIDT, Donald,
William;SLEGEL, Timothy~ 33:US ~31:14/226,881 ~32:27/03/2014
2016/04890 ~ Provisional ~54:PENCIL ENDCAP ~71:Peyton Pearl Swarts, 1High Street, South Africa ~72: Pieter
Swarts~ 33:ZA ~31:1 ~32:15/07/2016
2016/04895 ~ Complete ~54:METHODS FOR PURIFICATION OF A VIRUS PRODUCED IN VITRO AND
CLEARANCE ASSAY FOR THE VIRUS ~71:GRIFOLS, S.A., C/Jesús y María, 6, Spain ~72: BUNO,
Brett;BURDICK, Michael;HOTTA, Joann;JOURNIGAN, Terri~ 33:US ~31:62/196,004 ~32:23/07/2015
2016/04897 ~ Complete ~54:A SUPPORT COMPONENT ~71:M PROPS (PROPRIETARY) LIMITED, 1 Silver
Stream Village, No 9 Heather Street, MALANSHOF, Gauteng Province, SOUTH AFRICA, South Africa ~72:
GROVES, Edward George;MAY, Colin Mark~ 33:ZA ~31:2015/05062 ~32:15/07/2015
-APPLIED ON 7/18/20162016/04959 ~ Complete ~54:PROCESSING BIOMASS ~71:XYLECO, INC., 360 AUDUBON ROAD,
WAKEFIELD, MA 01880-6248, USA, United States of America ~72: MASTERMAN, Thomas;MEDOFF, Marshall~
33:US ~31:61/139,473 ~32:19/12/2008
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2016/04961 ~ Complete ~54:BIOPROCESSING ~71:XYLECO, INC., 360 AUDUBON ROAD, WAKEFIELD, MA
01880-6248, USA, United States of America ~72: MASTERMAN, Thomas;MEDOFF, Harrison;MEDOFF,
Marshall~ 33:US ~31:61/180,019 ~32:20/05/2009;33:US ~31:61/252,300 ~32:16/10/2009
2016/04962 ~ Complete ~54:BIOPROCESSING ~71:XYLECO, INC., 360 AUDUBON ROAD, WAKEFIELD, MA
01880-6248, USA, United States of America ~72: MASTERMAN, Thomas;MEDOFF, Harrison;MEDOFF,
Marshall~ 33:US ~31:61/180,019 ~32:20/05/2009;33:US ~31:61/252,300 ~32:16/10/2009
2016/04947 ~ Provisional ~54:JRACK ~71:Theo Gildenhuys, 14 Melville Ave Pierre van Ryneveld, South Africa
~72: Theo Gildenhuys~
2016/04950 ~ Provisional ~54:RAKE BRACKETS ~71:Bronwyn Du Toit, Unit 106, Sandhurst, Annandale Road,
Diep River, South Africa ~72: Bronwyn Du Toit~
2016/04957 ~ Complete ~54:TRASH RACK CLEANING APPARATUS ~71:Xihua University, 999# Jin Zhou Rd.,
Jin niu District, CHENGDU 610039, SICHUAN, CHINA (P.R.C.), People's Republic of China ~72: CHEN,
Yulian;FU, Renxian;LI, Zhenggui;LIU, Xiaobing;MING, Yu;QIN, Deng;SONG, Wenwu;YANG, Wei~ 33:CN
~31:201610217352.1 ~32:08/04/2016
2016/04948 ~ Provisional ~54:ELECTRONIC DOCUMENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM AND METHOD
~71:ALMBOMPA IMPORT AND EXPORT CC, Midas Centre, First Street, WATERFALL EAST 0300, SOUTH
AFRICA, South Africa ~72: MAFOKANE, Khalatsi Elvis;VELDMAN, Willem Louis~
2016/04953 ~ Provisional ~54:METHOD OF DETECTING OBJECTS IN IMAGES ~71:EYETHENTICATE (PTY)
LTD, RESOLUTION CIRCLE TOWERS, CORNER OF EMPIRE AND BARRY HERTZOG ROADS, South Africa
~72: ROODT, Yuko~
2016/04960 ~ Complete ~54:BIOPROCESSING ~71:XYLECO, INC., 360 AUDUBON ROAD, WAKEFIELD, MA
01880-6248, USA, United States of America ~72: MASTERMAN, Thomas;MEDOFF, Harrison;MEDOFF,
Marshall~ 33:US ~31:61/180,019 ~32:20/05/2009;33:US ~31:61/252,300 ~32:16/10/2009
2016/04970 ~ Complete ~54:BICYCLIC COMPOUNDS AS AUTOTAXIN (ATX) AND LYSOPHOSPHATIDIC
ACID (LPA) PRODUCTION INHIBITORS ~71:F. Hoffmann-La Roche AG, Grenzacherstrasse 124, BASEL CH4070, SWITZERLAND, Switzerland ~72: DI GIORGIO, Patrick;HERT, Jérôme;HUNZIKER, Daniel;KUEHNE,
Holger;MATTEI, Patrizio;RUDOLPH, Markus~ 33:EP ~31:14161760.5 ~32:26/03/2014
2016/04990 ~ Provisional ~54:SYSTEM ,APPARAUTUS AND METHOD FOR MINING USING THERMAL ROCK
FRAGMENTATION ~71:ANGLOGOLD ASHANTI LIMITED, 76 JEPPE STREET, NEWTOWN, JOHANNESBURG
, 2001,, South Africa ~72: BADENHORST,LOUIS;LABUSCHAGNE,FRANCO;NEWBERRY,SHAUN
CRAIG;STANCEL,ROBERT;STORBECK,JACQUELINE~
2016/04949 ~ Provisional ~54:RATIO PRESSURE REDUCING VALVE ~71:ULTRA CONTROL VALVES CC, 31
Plantation Road, Eastleigh, EDENVALE, 1610, Gauteng, SOUTH AFRICA, South Africa ~72: TELLE, Peter
Arnoldus Leendert~
2016/04972 ~ Complete ~54:ENOLASE 1 (ENO1) COMPOSITIONS AND USES THEREOF ~71:Berg LLC, 1845
Elm Hill Pike, NASHVILLE 37210, TN, USA, United States of America ~72: GESTA, Stephane;JING,
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Enxuan;NARAIN, Niven Rajin;SARANGARAJAN, Rangaprasad;VISHNUDAS, Vivek K.~ 33:US ~31:61/926,913
~32:13/01/2014;33:US ~31:62/009,783 ~32:09/06/2014;33:US ~31:62/100,881 ~32:07/01/2015
2016/04973 ~ Complete ~54:PROCESS FOR CURING (METH)ACRYLATE-CONTAINING UP OR VE RESIN
~71:Akzo Nobel Chemicals International B.V., Velperweg 76, ARNHEM NL-6824 BM, THE NETHERLANDS,
Netherlands ~72: REIJNDERS, Johannes Martinus Gerardus Maria;STEENSMA, Maria;TALMA, Auke
Gerardus;TER BRAKE, Maaike Anne Gertrud;ZUIJDERDUIN, Albert Roland~ 33:EP ~31:14154599.6
~32:11/02/2014
2016/04974 ~ Complete ~54:INDAZOLE COMPOUNDS AS IRAK4 INHIBITORS ~71:Aurigene Discovery
Technologies Limited, 39-40, KIADB Industrial Area, Electronic City Phase II, Hosur Road, BANGALORE
560100, KARNATAKA., INDIA, India ~72: GUMMADI, Venkateshwar Rao;GUPTA, Ajay;SAMAJDAR, Susanta~
33:IN ~31:146/CHE/2014 ~32:10/01/2014;33:IN ~31:3018/CHE/2014 ~32:20/06/2014
2016/04975 ~ Complete ~54:METHODS AND SYSTEMS OF FIELD UPGRADEABLE TRANSFORMERS
~71:Varentec, Inc., 1531 Atteberry Lane, SAN JOSE 95131, CA, USA, United States of America ~72: DIVAN,
Deepakraj M.;PRASAI, Anish~ 33:US ~31:14/187,114 ~32:21/02/2014
2016/04977 ~ Complete ~54:A TAMPER-EVIDENT CLOSURE ~71:Obrist Closures Switzerland GmbH,
Romerstrasse 83, REINACH CH-4153, SWITZERLAND, Switzerland ~72: McPHERSON, Alexander Donald
Meiklem~ 33:GB ~31:1401682.8 ~32:31/01/2014
2016/04980 ~ Complete ~54:FUSED IMIDAZOLYL DERIVATIVES, THEIR PREPARATION AND USE AS
MEDICAMENTS ~71:LABORATORIOS DEL DR. ESTEVE, S.A., A SPANISH COMPANY, Av. Mare de Déu de
Montserrat, 221, E-08041, Barcelona, Spain ~72: CARMEN ALMANSA-ROSALES;JOSÉ LUIS DIAZFERNANDEZ;PIOTR NIECZYPOR~ 33:EP ~31:13384003.3 ~32:20/12/2013
2016/04982 ~ Complete ~54:ULTRAFILTRATION UNIT FOR CONTINUOUS BUFFER OR MEDIA EXCHANGE
FROM A PROTEIN SOLUTION ~71:BAYER TECHNOLOGY SERVICES GMBH, , 51368, Leverkusen, Germany
~72: KERSTIN BAUMARTH;LUTZ-PETER LENZ;MARTIN LOBEDANN;PETER SCHWAN~ 33:EP
~31:14155338.8 ~32:17/02/2014
2016/04986 ~ Complete ~54:ZEA MAYS REGULATORY ELEMENTS AND USES THEREOF ~71:DOW
AGROSCIENCES LLC, 9330 Zionsville Road, Indianapolis, 46268, Indiana, United States of America ~72:
HUIXIA WU;JEFFREY BERINGER;KARTHIK N MUTHURAMAN;MANJU GUPTA;NAVIN ELANGO;SARA
BENNETT~ 33:US ~31:61/930,738 ~32:23/01/2014
2016/04964 ~ Complete ~54:ORAL HYGIENE DEVICE ~71:PHILLIPS, Adam Nigel, 7B Greendale Court,
Discovery Bay Road, Discovery Bay, Lantau 999077, HONG KONG, Hong Kong ~72: PHILLIPS, Adam Nigel~
33:ZA ~31:2016/00642 ~32:29/01/2016
2016/04965 ~ Complete ~54:PROTECTION OF CABLES AND CONNECTORS ~71:NOKIA TECHNOLOGIES
OY, KARAPORTTI 3, 02610 ESPOO, FINLAND, Finland ~72: INHA, Kai;LEINONEN, Pekka;TALMOLA,
Pekka;TOIVANEN, Timo;TOIVOLA, Timo~ 33:US ~31:14/140,336 ~32:24/12/2013
2016/04967 ~ Complete ~54:INHALATION TRAINING DEVICE AND SYSTEM FOR PRACTICING OF AN
INHALATION PROCESS OF A PATIENT ~71:BOEHRINGER INGELHEIM INTERNATIONAL GMBH, Binger
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Strasse 173, Germany ~72: ADAMS, Patricia;FRANK, Marion;WACHTEL, Herbert~ 33:EP ~31:14001266.7
~32:07/04/2014
2016/04968 ~ Complete ~54:ANTIBACTERIAL 1H-INDAZOLE AND 1H-INDOLE DERIVATIVES ~71:Actelion
Pharmaceuticals Ltd, Gewerbestrasse 16, ALLSCHWIL CH-4123, SWITZERLAND, Switzerland ~72: CHAPOUX,
Gaëlle;GAUVIN, Jean-Christophe;HUBSCHWERLEN, Christian;MIRRE, Azely;OCHALA, Etienne;SPECKLIN,
Jean-Luc;SURIVET, Jean-Philippe~ 33:EP ~31:13198338.9 ~32:19/12/2013
2016/04969 ~ Complete ~54:SUBSTITUTED PIPERIDINYL-TETRAHYDROQUINOLINES AND THEIR USE AS
ALPHA-2C ADRENORECEPTOR ANTAGONISTS ~71:Bayer Pharma Aktiengesellschaft, Müllerstrasse 178,
BERLIN 13353, GERMANY, Germany ~72: BECKER-PELSTER, Eva Maria;BUCHGRABER,
Philipp;BUCHMÜLLER, Anja;ENGEL, Karen;GEIß, Volker;GÖLLER, Andreas;HIMMEL, Herbert;KAST,
Raimund;KNORR, Andreas;LANG, Dieter;REDLICH, Gorden;SCHMECK, Carsten;TINEL, Hanna;WUNDER,
Frank~ 33:EP ~31:13198385.0 ~32:19/12/2013;33:EP ~31:14192877.0 ~32:12/11/2014
2016/04951 ~ Provisional ~54:BRACKETS-FIRE ~71:Bronwyn Du Toit, Unit 106, Sandhurst, Annandale Road,
Diep River, South Africa;Dean Henkel, Unit 106, Sandhurst, Annandale Road, Diep River, South Africa ~72:
Bronwyn Du Toit;Dean Henkel~
2016/04952 ~ Provisional ~54:TAKE CHARGE TAXI MOBILE CHARGER UNIT ~71:Luthando Msingizane, 16
Cranwell Drive Humewood Ext, South Africa ~72: Luthando Msingizane~
2016/04954 ~ Complete ~54:COOLING AND PROCESSING MATERIALS ~71:XYLECO, INC., 360 AUDUBON
ROAD, WAKEFIELD, MA 01880-6248, USA, United States of America ~72: MEDOFF, Marshall~ 33:US
~31:61/081,709 ~32:17/07/2008
2016/04955 ~ Complete ~54:COOLING AND PROCESSING MATERIALS ~71:XYLECO, INC., 360 AUDUBON
ROAD, WAKEFIELD, MA 01880-6248, USA, United States of America ~72: MEDOFF, Marshall~ 33:US
~31:61/081,709 ~32:17/07/2008
2016/04956 ~ Complete ~54:COOLING AND PROCESSING MATERIALS ~71:XYLECO, INC., 360 AUDUBON
ROAD, WAKEFIELD, MA 01880-6248, USA, United States of America ~72: MEDOFF, Marshall~ 33:US
~31:61/081,709 ~32:17/07/2008
2016/04971 ~ Complete ~54:AN A22K, DESB27, B29R, DES B30, AT EPSILON POSITION OF LYSINE 22
ACYLATED HUMAN INSULIN ANALOGUE ~71:Novo Nordisk A/S, Novo Allé, BAGSVÆRD DK-2880,
DENMARK, Denmark ~72: FLEDELIUS, Christian;HJØRRINGGAARD, Claudia Ulrich;HOSTRUP,
Susanne;KJELDSEN, Thomas Børglum;MADSEN, Peter;MÜNZEL, Martin~ 33:EP ~31:14157215.6
~32:28/02/2014
2016/04976 ~ Complete ~54:DERIVATIVES OF 5-BENZYLISOQUINOLINE FOR THE TREATMENT OF
CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES ~71:Les Laboratoires Servier, 35 rue de Verdun, SURESNES CEDEX F-92284,
FRANCE, France ~72: CHIMENTI, Stefano;COURCHAY, Christine;DESSINGES, Aimée;GELLIBERT,
Françoise;GOUMENT, Bertrand;KONNERT, Marc;PEGLION, Jean-Louis;POITEVIN, Christophe;VILAINE, JeanPaul;VILLENEUVE, Nicole~ 33:FR ~31:1451389 ~32:21/02/2014
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2016/04984 ~ Complete ~54:AUTONOMOUS CONNECTION SWITCHING IN A WIRELESS COMMUNICATION
NETWORK ~71:TELEFONAKTIEBOLAGET LM ERICSSON (PUBL), S-164 83, Stockholm, Sweden ~72:
JINHUA LIU;ZHAN ZHANG~
2016/04958 ~ Complete ~54:FUEL EFFICIENT GRILL FOR DIRECT AND INDIRECT COOKING ~71:WeberStephen Products, LLC, 200 E. Daniels Road, PALATINE 60067, IL, USA, United States of America ~72:
CHILDRESS, Hollice;SCHLOSSER, Erich J.;SHARMA, Aman;SIAZON, Romualdo Sonny;SUNICH, James
Michael~ 33:US ~31:14/813,852 ~32:30/07/2015
2016/04978 ~ Complete ~54:SMELTING PROCESS AND APPARATUS ~71:TECHNOLOGICAL RESOURCES
PTY. LIMITED, 123 Albert Street, Brisbane, 4000, Queensland, Australia ~72: HENDRIKUS KOENRAAD
ALBERTUS MEIJER;JACQUES PILOTE;RODNEY JAMES DRY~ 33:AU ~31:2013904992 ~32:20/12/2013
2016/04979 ~ Complete ~54:PHARMACEUTICAL PREPARATION CONTAINING PYRIDYLAMINOACETIC ACID
COMPOUND ~71:SANTEN PHARMACEUTICAL CO., LTD., A JAPANESE CORPORATION, 9-19, Shimoshinjo
3-Chome, Higashiyodogawa-Ku, Osaka-shi, Osaka, 5338651, Japan ~72: HENK-ANDRE KROON;HISASHI
KAWATA;NAVEED SHAMS;NORIKO KAWABATA~ 33:US ~31:61/925,882 ~32:10/01/2014
2016/04981 ~ Complete ~54:LAMINATED-GLASS INTERMEDIATE FILM, ROLLED BODY, LAMINATED
GLASS, AND METHOD FOR PRODUCING LAMINATED GLASS ~71:SEKISUI CHEMICAL CO., LTD., 4-4,
Nishitemma 2-chome, Kita-ku, Osaka-shi, Osaka, 5300047, Japan ~72: HIROAKI INUI;HIROFUMI
KITANO;KAZUHIKO NAKAYAMA~ 33:JP ~31:2014-080240 ~32:09/04/2014
2016/04983 ~ Complete ~54:RESETTING OF NETWORK RESOURCES IN WIRELESS NETWORKS
~71:TELEFONAKTIEBOLAGET LM ERICSSON (PUBL), , SE-164 83, Stockholm, Sweden ~72: JACQUES
SALERIAN;MARTIN ISRAELSSON;NIANSHAN SHI~ 33:US ~31:61/937,766 ~32:10/02/2014
2016/04985 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD FOR THIN-FILM VIA SEGMENTS IN PHOTOVOLTAIC DEVICE
~71:FLISOM AG, Ueberlandstrasse 129, 8600, Duebendorf, Switzerland ~72: ROGER ZILTENER;THOMAS
NETTER~ 33:IB ~31:PCT/IB2014/058708 ~32:31/01/2014;33:EP ~31:PCT/EP2014/025031 ~32:31/12/2014
2016/04987 ~ Complete ~54:ANTI-JAGGED1 ANTIBODIES AND METHODS OF USE ~71:GENENTECH, INC.,
A CORPORATION ORGANISED AND EXISTING UNDER THE LAWS OF THE STATE OF DELAWARE, 1 DNA
Way, South San Francisco, 94080, California, United States of America ~72: CHRISTIAN W SIEBEL;JULIE Q
HANG;YAN WU;YVONNE CHINN~ 33:US ~31:61/939,110 ~32:12/02/2014
2016/04963 ~ Complete ~54:PROCESSING MATERIALS ~71:XYLECO, INC., 360 AUDUBON ROAD,
WAKEFIELD, MA 01880-6248, USA, United States of America ~72: MEDOFF, Marshall~ 33:US ~31:61/109,159
~32:28/10/2008
2016/04966 ~ Complete ~54:CLEANING COMPOSITIONS COMPRISING ALKOXYLATED
POLYALKYLENEIMINE, ORGANOMODIFIED SILICONE AND SILIXANE-BASED DILUENT ~71:THE PROCTER
& GAMBLE COMPANY, One Procter & Gamble Plaza, United States of America ~72: KLUESENER, Bernard,
William;LANGEVIN, Rebecca, Ann;LI, Fei;PANANDIKER, Rajan, Keshav;RANDALL, Sherri, Lynn;SI,
Gang;ZHAO, Yu~ 33:US ~31:61/944,770 ~32:26/02/2014;33:US ~31:61/991,649 ~32:12/05/2014;33:US
~31:62/028,965 ~32:25/07/2014;33:US ~31:62/044,447 ~32:02/09/2014
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-APPLIED ON 7/19/20162016/05035 ~ Provisional ~54:3 IN 1 CATERING UNIT ~71:JOB ERNEST MASEMOLA, 3817 Madzena Str
Chiawelo Ext 2, South Africa ~72: JOB ERNEST MASEMOLA~
2016/04996 ~ Provisional ~54:DEVICE, METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR ENHANCED VEHICLE SECURITY
~71:REYNDERS, Tertius, 27 Thornhill Complex, 110 Rubida Road, MURRAYFIELD 0184, SOUTH AFRICA,
South Africa;ROOS, Pieter John, 11B Snyman Street, BRUMMERIA 0184, SOUTH AFRICA, South Africa ~72:
REYNDERS, Tertius;ROOS, Pieter John~
2016/04997 ~ Provisional ~54:YIELDING ROCK BOLT ~71:RAND YORK CASTINGS (PTY) LIMITED, 4 Lagoon
Drive, South Africa ~72: MINNAAR, Niel~
2016/04999 ~ Provisional ~54:EQUIPMENT AND WARRANTY MONITORING SYSTEM ~71:Fikile Monitoring
Solutions (Pty) Ltd, 17 Harding Street, South Africa ~72: FICK, Peter Matthew~
2016/05000 ~ Complete ~54:BENZENE-BASED DIPHOSPHINE LIGANDS FOR ALKOXYCARBONYLATION
~71:EVONIK DEGUSSA GMBH, RELLINGHAUSER STRASSE 1-11, 45128 ESSEN, GERMANY, Germany ~72:
BELLER, Matthias;DONG, Kaiwu;DYBALLA, Katrin, Marie;FRANKE, Robert;FRIDAG, Dirk;GEILEN, Frank;HESS,
Dieter;JACKSTELL, Ralf;NEUMANN, Helfried~ 33:DE ~31:102015213918.2 ~32:23/07/2015
2016/05004 ~ Complete ~54:MODULAR DOLLY SYSTEM ~71:IAN BROWN ENGINEERING CC, 12 Engineering
Close, Unit 2, South Africa ~72: Brice Garrick Ryall BROWN;Ian Milner Ryall BROWN;Jared Lloyd Ryall
BROWN~
2016/05006 ~ Complete ~54:PROCESSING BIOMASS ~71:XYLECO, INC., 360 AUDUBON ROAD,
WAKEFIELD, MA 01880-6248, USA, United States of America ~72: MEDOFF, Marshall~ 33:US ~31:60/854,519
~32:26/10/2006;33:US ~31:60/863,290 ~32:27/10/2006;33:US ~31:60/859,911 ~32:17/11/2006;33:US
~31:60/875,144 ~32:15/12/2006;33:US ~31:60/881,891 ~32:23/01/2007
2016/04994 ~ Provisional ~54:SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR ANALYSING AN ELECTRONIC SHOPPING LIST
~71:DUBE, Michael Karabo, Building 3 Clearwater Office Park, Cnr Christiaan De Wet & Millenium Boulevard,
Strubensvalley, Roodepoort, Johannesburg, South Africa ~72: DUBE, Michael Karabo~
2016/05003 ~ Complete ~54:PROCESSING BIOMASS ~71:XYLECO, INC., 360 AUDUBON ROAD,
WAKEFIELD, MA 01880-6248, USA, United States of America ~72: BAE, Seul-a;MASTERMAN, Thomas,
Craig;MEDOFF, Marshall;VALDEZ, Randy~ 33:US ~31:61/495,217 ~32:09/06/2011
2016/05012 ~ Complete ~54:PROCESSING BIOMASS ~71:XYLECO, INC., 360 AUDUBON ROAD,
WAKEFIELD, MA 01880-6248, USA, United States of America ~72: MEDOFF, Marshall~ 33:US ~31:60/854,519
~32:26/10/2006;33:US ~31:60/863,290 ~32:27/10/2006;33:US ~31:60/859,911 ~32:17/11/2006;33:US
~31:60/875,144 ~32:15/12/2006;33:US ~31:60/881,891 ~32:23/01/2007
2016/05013 ~ Complete ~54:PROCESSING BIOMASS ~71:XYLECO, INC., 360 AUDUBON ROAD,
WAKEFIELD, MA 01880-6248, USA, United States of America ~72: MEDOFF, Marshall~ 33:US ~31:60/854,519
~32:26/10/2006;33:US ~31:60/863,290 ~32:27/10/2006;33:US ~31:60/859,911 ~32:17/11/2006;33:US
~31:60/875,144 ~32:15/12/2006;33:US ~31:60/881,891 ~32:23/01/2007
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2016/05028 ~ Complete ~54:CHIMERIC ALKALINE PHOSPHATASE-LIKE PROTEINS ~71:AM-Pharma B.V.,
Rumpsterweg 6, AK BUNNIK NL-3981, THE NETHERLANDS, Netherlands ~72: JONK, Luigi Johannes
Cornelius;MILÁN, José Luis;RAABEN, Willem;VAN DEN BERG, Erik Jan;VAN ELSAS, Andrea~ 33:EP
~31:14152526.1 ~32:24/01/2014;33:EP ~31:14188158.1 ~32:08/10/2014
2016/05029 ~ Complete ~54:CONDENSED [1,4]DIAZEPINE COMPOUNDS AS AUTOTAXIN (ATX) AND
LYSOPHOSPHATIDIC ACID (LPA) PRODUCTION INHIBITORS ~71:F. Hoffmann-La Roche AG,
Grenzacherstrasse 124, BASEL CH-4070, SWITZERLAND, Switzerland ~72: HERT, Jérôme;HUNZIKER,
Daniel;KUEHNE, Holger;MATTEI, Patrizio;RUDOLPH, Markus~ 33:EP ~31:14161756.3 ~32:26/03/2014
2016/05017 ~ Complete ~54:IMEPITOIN FOR USE IN TREATING EPILEPTIC DISORDERS IN A FELINE
~71:BOEHRINGER INGELHEIM VETMEDICA GMBH, Binger Strasse 173, Germany ~72: DE VRIES,
Frerich;ENGEL, Odilo Randolf;MICHEL, Annalena~ 33:EP ~31:PCT/EP2014/055843 ~32:24/03/2014;33:EP
~31:PCT/EP2014/059525 ~32:09/05/2014;33:EP ~31:14180415.3 ~32:08/08/2014
2016/05020 ~ Complete ~54:NOVEL PYRAZOLYL-HETEROARYLAMIDES AS PESTICIDES ~71:BAYER
ANIMAL HEALTH GMBH, Kaiser-Wilhelm-Allee 10, 51373, Leverkusen, Germany ~72: ANDREAS
TURBERG;HANS-GEORG SCHWARZ;JOHANNES KÖBBERLING;KERSTIN ILG;MICHAEL MAUE;NIELS
LINDNER;SEBASTIAN HORSTMANN;ULRICH GÖRGENS~ 33:EP ~31:14150153.6 ~32:03/01/2014
2016/05021 ~ Complete ~54:HETEROARYLS AND USES THEREOF ~71:MILLENNIUM PHARMACEUTICALS,
INC., A CORPORATION ORGANISED AND EXISTING UNDER THE LAWS OF THE STATE OF DELAWARE, 40
Landsdowne Street, Cambridge, 02139, Massachusetts, United States of America ~72: CHRIS
BLACKBURN;COURTNEY A CULLIS;FRANCOIS SOUCY;GANG LI;HE XU;INDU T BHARATHAN;JANICE
LEE;JEFFREY P CIAVARRI;JOUHARA CHOUITAR;KENNETH M GIGSTAD;KRISTA E GIPSON;MANSOUREH
REZAEI;MARIO GIRARD;MICHAEL D SINTCHAK;NATALIE D'AMORE;PAUL E FLEMING;STEPHEN G
STROUD;TIANLIN XU;TRICIA J VOS;TZU-TSHIN WONG;YINGCHUN YE;YONGBO HU~ 33:US
~31:61/927,055 ~32:14/01/2014;33:US ~31:62/054,742 ~32:24/09/2014
2016/05022 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD, SYSTEM AND COMPUTER PROGRAM FOR CONTROLLING
PROPULSION OF A DRILLING RIG AS WELL AS A DRILLING RIG ~71:ATLAS COPCO ROCK DRILLS AB, A
COMPANY ORGANISED AND EXISTING UNDER THE LAWS OF SWEDEN, , S-701 91, Örebro, Sweden ~72:
ERIK AHLSTRÖM;ERIK ALDÉN;FREDRIK ÖHMAN~ 33:SE ~31:1450116-7 ~32:03/02/2014
2016/05023 ~ Complete ~54:BENZOQUINOLINE INHIBITORS OF VESICULAR MONOAMINE TRANSPORTER
2 ~71:AUSPEX PHARMACEUTICALS, INC., 3333 N. Torrey Pines Court , Suite 400, La Jolla, 92037, California,
United States of America ~72: DAVID STAMLER~ 33:US ~31:61/932,103 ~32:27/01/2014
2016/05024 ~ Complete ~54:REDUCED SUGAR FROZEN CONFECTION COMPOSITION ~71:Nestec S.A.,
Avenue Nestlé 55, VEVEY CH-1800, SWITZERLAND, Switzerland ~72: BERTINI, Stefano;JUNG, JinMi;LALLEMAND, Maud Isabelle~ 33:EP ~31:13198891.7 ~32:20/12/2013
2016/05032 ~ Complete ~54:VALVED CONNECTOR FOR MEDICAL LINES ~71:Industrie Borla S.p.A., Via G. Di
Vittorio, 7bis, MONCALIERI (TORINO) I-10024, ITALY, Italy ~72: GUALA, Gianni~ 33:IT ~31:TO2014A000078
~32:31/01/2014
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2016/05033 ~ Complete ~54:FUSION OF HETEROOLIGOMERIC MYCOBACTERIAL ANTIGENS
~71:TRANSGENE SA, Parc d'innovation Boulevard Gonthier d'Andernach, France ~72: MARCHAND, JeanBaptiste;PENIN, Francois;SILVESTRE, Nathalie~ 33:EP ~31:14305030.0 ~32:09/01/2014
2016/05036 ~ Provisional ~54:METAL BEAM SECTION ~71:CHRISTIAAN TALJAARD, 1 Main Street, South
Africa ~72: CHRISTIAAN TALJAARD~
2016/04992 ~ Provisional ~54:PASSIVE GAME CAPTURE SYSTEM ~71:Schack, Wilhelm Johann, Farm
Groothoek 278 KQ Portion II Thabazimbi, South Africa ~72: Schack, Wilhelm Johann~
2016/04993 ~ Provisional ~54:WATER SAVING DEVICE ~71:KEMP, Driaan-Lou, 81 Van Iddekinge Crescent,
Fichardtpark, South Africa ~72: KEMP, Driaan-Lou~
2016/04995 ~ Provisional ~54:A WATER TRANSPORTATION APPARATUS ~71:NINABER, Denzil, 18
Rietfontein Road, Glenmarais, KEMPTON PARK 1619, SOUTH AFRICA, South Africa ~72: NINABER, Denzil~
2016/04998 ~ Provisional ~54:PROCESS FOR THE MANUFACTURE OF A TITANIUM COMPOSITE USING
ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING ~71:CSIR, Meiring Naude Road, Brummeria, South Africa;UNIVERSITY OF
JOHANNESBURG, Cnr. Kingsway and University Roads, Auckland Park, South Africa ~72: AKINLABI, Dr.
Esther, Titilayo;MAHAMOOD, Dr. Rasheedat, Modupe;PITYANA, Dr. Sisa Lesley;SHUKLA, Dr. Mukul~
2016/05002 ~ Complete ~54:DOSAGE ARRANGEMENT ~71:Johan VILJOEN, Orangeputs, South Africa ~72:
Johan VILJOEN~ 33:ZA ~31:2015/04140 ~32:09/06/2015
2016/05007 ~ Complete ~54:PROCESSING BIOMASS ~71:XYLECO, INC., 360 AUDUBON ROAD,
WAKEFIELD, MA 01880-6248, USA, United States of America ~72: MEDOFF, Marshall~ 33:US ~31:60/854,519
~32:26/10/2006;33:US ~31:60/863,290 ~32:27/10/2006;33:US ~31:60/859,911 ~32:17/11/2006;33:US
~31:60/875,144 ~32:15/12/2006;33:US ~31:60/881,891 ~32:23/01/2007
2016/05009 ~ Complete ~54:PROCESSING BIOMASS ~71:XYLECO, INC., 360 AUDUBON ROAD,
WAKEFIELD, MA 01880-6248, USA, United States of America ~72: MEDOFF, Marshall~ 33:US ~31:60/854,519
~32:26/10/2006;33:US ~31:60/863,290 ~32:27/10/2006;33:US ~31:60/859,911 ~32:17/11/2006;33:US
~31:60/875,144 ~32:15/12/2006;33:US ~31:60/881,891 ~32:23/01/2007
2016/05025 ~ Complete ~54:BEVERAGE PREPARATION ASSEMBLY ~71:Nestec S.A., Avenue Nestlé 55,
VEVEY CH-1800, SWITZERLAND, Switzerland ~72: BAUDET, Larry;DUBIEF, Flavien;JAMOLLI,
Kevin;SCORRANO, Lucio~ 33:EP ~31:13198958.4 ~32:20/12/2013
2016/05027 ~ Complete ~54:BENZODIAZEPINE DERIVATIVES, COMPOSITIONS, AND METHODS FOR
TREATING COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT ~71:Agenebio, Inc., 1101 E. 33rd Street, Suite C310, BALTIMORE 21218,
MD, USA, United States of America ~72: BUTERA, John A.;HUANG, Jianxing;MEKONNEN, Belew~ 33:US
~31:61/919,390 ~32:20/12/2013;33:US ~31:61/919,394 ~32:20/12/2013;33:US ~31:62/075,743 ~32:05/11/2014
2016/05030 ~ Complete ~54:BICYCLIC HETEROCYCLYL DERIVATIVES AS IRAK4 INHIBITORS ~71:Aurigene
Discovery Technologies Limited, 39-40, KIADB Industrial Area, Electronic City Phase II, Hosur Road,
BANGALORE 560100, KARNATAKA., INDIA, India ~72: GUMMADI, Venkateshwar Rao;SAMAJDAR, Susanta~
33:IN ~31:158/CHE/2014 ~32:13/01/2014;33:IN ~31:3000/CHE/2014 ~32:20/06/2014
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2016/05031 ~ Complete ~54:WELDED JOINT ~71:Nippon Steel & Sumitomo Metal Corporation, 6-1, Marunouchi
2-chome, TOKYO 100-8071, CHIYODA-KU, JAPAN, Japan ~72: HIRATA, Hiroyuki;JOTOKU, Kana;KURIHARA,
Shinnosuke;NISHIYAMA, Yoshitaka;OKADA, Hirokazu;SUZUKI, Yuhei~ 33:JP ~31:2014-035385 ~32:26/02/2014
2016/05034 ~ Complete ~54:METALLURGICAL FURNACE ~71:9282-3087 QUÉBEC (DBA TMC CANADA),
9130, Avenue San-Francisco, Canada ~72: CHAO, John~
2016/05037 ~ Provisional ~54:SHIKISHA ~71:Dithate Silas Moeketsane, P.O BOX 1279,, South Africa ~72:
Dithate Silas Moeketsane~
2016/05014 ~ Complete ~54:PROCESSING BIOMASS ~71:XYLECO, INC., 360 AUDUBON ROAD,
WAKEFIELD, MA 01880-6248, USA, United States of America ~72: MEDOFF, Marshall~ 33:US ~31:60/854,519
~32:26/10/2006;33:US ~31:60/863,290 ~32:27/10/2006;33:US ~31:60/859,911 ~32:17/11/2006;33:US
~31:60/875,144 ~32:15/12/2006;33:US ~31:60/881,891 ~32:23/01/2007
2016/05015 ~ Complete ~54:PROCESSING BIOMASS ~71:XYLECO, INC., 360 AUDUBON ROAD,
WAKEFIELD, MA 01880-6248, USA, United States of America ~72: MEDOFF, Marshall~ 33:US ~31:60/854,519
~32:26/10/2006;33:US ~31:60/863,290 ~32:27/10/2006;33:US ~31:60/859,911 ~32:17/11/2006;33:US
~31:60/875,144 ~32:15/12/2006;33:US ~31:60/881,891 ~32:23/01/2007
2016/05016 ~ Complete ~54:TOILETS ~71:TLADI, Leepo Exoda, No. 32 Elands Street, South Africa ~72: TLADI,
Leepo Exoda~ 33:ZA ~31:2015/04637 ~32:26/06/2015
2016/05038 ~ Provisional ~54:DEVICE MOUNTING APPARATUS ~71:CARS BUSINESS TRUST, 15 SAREL
PRETORIUS STREET, South Africa ~72: CHARL JOHANNES STANDER~
2016/05001 ~ Complete ~54:FERROCENE-BASED COMPOUNDS AND PALLADIUM CATALYSTS BASED
THEREON FOR THE ALKOXYCARBONYLATION OF ETHYLENICALLY UNSATURATED COMPOUNDS
~71:EVONIK DEGUSSA GMBH, RELLINGHAUSER STRASSE 1-11, 45128 ESSEN, GERMANY, Germany ~72:
BELLER, Matthias;DONG, Kaiwu;DYBALLA, Katrin, Marie;FRANKE, Robert;FRIDAG, Dirk;GEILEN, Frank;HESS,
Dieter;JACKSTELL, Ralf;NEUMANN, Helfried~ 33:DE ~31:102015213918.2 ~32:23/07/2015
2016/05005 ~ Complete ~54:PROCESSING BIOMASS ~71:XYLECO, INC., 360 AUDUBON ROAD,
WAKEFIELD, MA 01880-6248, USA, United States of America ~72: MEDOFF, Marshall~ 33:US ~31:60/854,519
~32:26/10/2006;33:US ~31:60/863,290 ~32:27/10/2006;33:US ~31:60/859,911 ~32:17/11/2006;33:US
~31:60/875,144 ~32:15/12/2006;33:US ~31:60/881,891 ~32:23/01/2007
2016/05008 ~ Complete ~54:PROCESSING BIOMASS ~71:XYLECO, INC., 360 AUDUBON ROAD,
WAKEFIELD, MA 01880-6248, USA, United States of America ~72: MEDOFF, Marshall~ 33:US ~31:60/854,519
~32:26/10/2006;33:US ~31:60/863,290 ~32:27/10/2006;33:US ~31:60/859,911 ~32:17/11/2006;33:US
~31:60/875,144 ~32:15/12/2006;33:US ~31:60/881,891 ~32:23/01/2007
2016/05010 ~ Complete ~54:PROCESSING BIOMASS ~71:XYLECO, INC., 360 AUDUBON ROAD,
WAKEFIELD, MA 01880-6248, USA, United States of America ~72: MEDOFF, Marshall~ 33:US ~31:60/854,519
~32:26/10/2006;33:US ~31:60/863,290 ~32:27/10/2006;33:US ~31:60/859,911 ~32:17/11/2006;33:US
~31:60/875,144 ~32:15/12/2006;33:US ~31:60/881,891 ~32:23/01/2007
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2016/05011 ~ Complete ~54:PROCESSING BIOMASS ~71:XYLECO, INC., 360 AUDUBON ROAD,
WAKEFIELD, MA 01880-6248, USA, United States of America ~72: MEDOFF, Marshall~ 33:US ~31:60/854,519
~32:26/10/2006;33:US ~31:60/863,290 ~32:27/10/2006;33:US ~31:60/859,911 ~32:17/11/2006;33:US
~31:60/875,144 ~32:15/12/2006;33:US ~31:60/881,891 ~32:23/01/2007
2016/05018 ~ Complete ~54:AIRBORNE SCANNING SYSTEM AND METHOD ~71:PONS, Jasper, Mason, 34
EMOYENI DRIVE, HILLCREST, 3610, KWAZULU-NATAL, South Africa ~72: PONS, Jasper, Mason~ 33:ZA
~31:2013/04917 ~32:02/07/2013
2016/05019 ~ Complete ~54:METHODS FOR TREATING SKIN INFECTION BY ADMINISTERING AN IL-4R
ANTAGONIST ~71:REGENERON PHARMACEUTICALS, INC., 777 Old Saw Mill River Road, Tarrytown, United
States of America;SANOFI BIOTECHNOLOGY, 54, rue La Boetie, France ~72: ARDELEANU, Marius;GRAHAM,
Neil;HAMILTON, Jennifer, D.;RADIN, Allen;TEPER, Ariel~ 33:US ~31:61/946,237 ~32:28/02/2014;33:US
~31:61/952,245 ~32:13/03/2014;33:US ~31:61/986,371 ~32:30/04/2014;33:EP ~31:14306476.4
~32:24/09/2014;33:US ~31:62/100,128 ~32:06/01/2015
-APPLIED ON 7/20/20162016/05056 ~ Complete ~54:SYSTEMS AND METHODS FOR WOUND MONITORING ~71:SMITH & NEPHEW
PLC, 15 Adam Street, London, United Kingdom ~72: CUVELIER, Sebastien, Antoine, Yves;HAMMOND, Victoria,
Jody;HICKS, John, Kenneth;SAXBY, Carl;WICKS, Benjamin~ 33:GB ~31:1401112.6 ~32:23/01/2014
2016/05057 ~ Complete ~54:EXHAUST-GAS PURIFYING CATALYST FOR LEAN-BURN ENGINE ~71:Umicore
Shokubai Japan Co., Ltd., 1-25-19, Rinku-cho, Tokoname-shi, AICHI 479-0882, JAPAN, Japan ~72: HANZAWA,
Masaya;HAYASHI, Yoshiyuki;UMENO, Takahiro~ 33:JP ~31:2014-009810 ~32:22/01/2014
2016/05058 ~ Complete ~54:COMBINATIONS COMPRISING POSITIVE ALLOSTERIC MODULATORS OR
ORTHOSTERIC AGONISTS OF METABOTROPIC GLUTAMATERGIC RECEPTOR SUBTYPE 2 AND THEIR
USE ~71:Janssen Pharmaceutica N.V., Turnhoutseweg 30, BEERSE B-2340, BELGIUM, Belgium ~72: BONE,
Roger Francis;CEUSTERS, Marc André;CID-NÚÑEZ, José Maria;KLEIN, Brian D.;LAVREYSEN, Hilde;PYPE,
Stefan Maria Christiaan;TRABANCO-SUÁREZ, Andrés Avelino;TWYMAN, Roy E.;VAN OSSELAER, Nancy
Eulalie Sylvain;WHITE, H. Steve~ 33:US ~31:61/929,795 ~32:21/01/2014;33:EP ~31:14153880.1
~32:04/02/2014;33:EP ~31:14153887.6 ~32:04/02/2014;33:EP ~31:14183324.4 ~32:03/09/2014;33:EP
~31:14187429.7 ~32:02/10/2014;33:US ~31:62/091,668 ~32:15/12/2014
2016/05059 ~ Complete ~54:THREE-DIMENSIONAL ADDRESSING FOR ERASABLE PROGRAMMABLE READ
ONLY MEMORY ~71:Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P., Hewlett-Packard Development Company,
L.P., 11445 Compaq Center West, HOUSTON 77070, TX, USA, United States of America ~72: GOY, Hang
Ru;NG, Boon Bing~
2016/05060 ~ Complete ~54:LARVICIDAL COMPOSITION ~71:Granular Products Pty Ltd, PO Box 2543 Orange,
NEW SOUTH WALES 2800, AUSTRALIA, Australia ~72: BARRETT, Graham;MAHARAJ, Abhinetiri
Kumari;PENTLAND, Philip~ 33:AU ~31:2014900319 ~32:04/02/2014
2016/05062 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD FOR PROCESSING NETWORK SERVICE FAULTS, SERVICE
MANAGEMENT SYSTEM AND SYSTEM MANAGEMENT MODULE ~71:Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd., Huawei
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Administration Building, Bantian, Longgang District, SHENZHEN 518129, GUANGDONG, CHINA (P.R.C.),
People's Republic of China ~72: LIU, Jianning;ZHU, Lei~
2016/05063 ~ Complete ~54:ACCESS DEVICE FOR CONTAINERS OF FLUIDIZABLE SUBSTANCES
~71:Industrie Borla S.p.A., Via G. Di Vittorio, 7bis, MONCALIERI (TORINO) I-10024, ITALY, Italy ~72: GUALA,
Gianni~ 33:IT ~31:TO2014A000099 ~32:07/02/2014
2016/05064 ~ Complete ~54:REFRACTORY CERAMIC BATCH COMPOSITION, USE OF A BATCH
COMPOSITION OF THIS TYPE, AND METALLURGICAL MELTING VESSEL ~71:REFRACTORY
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY GMBH & CO. KG, Wienerbergstrasse 11, Austria ~72: ECKSTEIN, Wilfried;ZETTL,
Karl-Michael~ 33:EP ~31:14164782.6 ~32:15/04/2014
2016/05041 ~ Provisional ~54:REMOVABLE FILTER SCREEN LANCE ~71:HUGES-JONES, Glyn, 8 Witney
Road, Bryanston, South Africa ~72: HUGES-JONES, Glyn~
2016/05047 ~ Complete ~54:DOCUMENT SCANNING ~71:ANTHONY, Ashley, 1 Joseph Crescent Road, South
Africa;FANUCCHI, Dario, 2 Reaper Street, South Africa ~72: FANUCCHI, Dario~ 33:ZA ~31:2015/02628
~32:20/04/2015
2016/05048 ~ Complete ~54:DC/AC CONVERTER APPARATUS COMPRISING MEANS FOR CONTROLLING
THE REACTIVE POWER AND POWER CONVERSION AND GENERATION SYSTEM COMPRISING SUCH
DC/AC CONVERTER APPARATUS ~71:ABB Schweiz AG, Brown Boveri Strasse 6, Switzerland ~72: Andrea
BECATTINI;Sauro MACERINI~ 33:EP ~31:15179469.0 ~32:03/08/2015
2016/05049 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD OF PRODUCING 2-AMINONICOTINIC ACID BENZYL ESTER
DERIVATIVES ~71:AGRO-KANESHO CO., LTD., 2-19, AKASAKA 4-CHOME, MINATO-KU, TOKYO 1070052,
JAPAN, Japan ~72: AIZAWA, Ryo;OKADA, Itaru~
2016/05055 ~ Complete ~54:IMPROVED MODULAR ANTIGEN TRANSPORTATION MOLECULES AND USES
THEROF ~71:BOEHRINGER INGELHEIM VETMEDICA GMBH, Binger Strasse 173, Germany ~72: REICHE,
Dania, Birte;ROSE, Horst;TAMMEN, Harald~ 33:EP ~31:14162575.6 ~32:31/03/2014
2016/05051 ~ Complete ~54:MULTIPROTEASE THERAPEUTICS FOR CHRONIC PAIN ~71:DUBLIN CITY
UNIVERSITY, COLLINS AVENUE, GLASNEVIN, DUBLIN, 9, IRELAND, Ireland ~72: DOLLY, James,
Oliver;MENG, Jianghui;WANG, Jiafu~ 33:US ~31:61/920,053 ~32:23/12/2013;33:US ~31:14/244,162
~32:03/04/2014
2016/05052 ~ Complete ~54:USE OF AN ENZYMATIC COMPOSITION IN THE FEED OF RUMINANTS
~71:ETABLISSEMENTS J. SOUFFLET, Quai du Général Sarrail, France ~72: DELORD, Benoît;TOURNAT,
Mathieu~ 33:FR ~31:1450650 ~32:27/01/2014
2016/05042 ~ Provisional ~54:HAIRCLIP WITH RIGIDIFYING WIRE FRAME ~71:GLADWIN, Richard;
GLADWIN, Thea, 119 Hans Strydom Drive, Robinhills, Randburg, South Africa ~72: GLADWIN, Richard;
GLADWIN, Thea~
2016/05046 ~ Complete ~54:A TIDAL ELECTRICITY GENERATING PLANT ~71:KALSE, Herman, PLOT LP
54B, LINDLEYSPOORT, SWARTRUGGENS, 2835, SOUTH AFRICA, South Africa ~72: KALSE, Herman~
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2016/05053 ~ Complete ~54:SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR HYDRAULICALLY REMOVING A SOCKET FROM A
MAINSHAFT OF A GYRATIONAL CRUSHER ~71:METSO MINERALS INDUSTRIES, INC., 20965 Crossroads
Circle, United States of America ~72: BIGGIN, David, Francis~ 33:US ~31:14/164,635 ~32:27/01/2014
2016/05054 ~ Complete ~54:ACID GAS REMOVAL FROM A GASEOUS STREAM ~71:SKYONIC
CORPORATION, 900 S. Capital Of Texas Hwy, Suite 475, United States of America ~72: GERMAIN,
Adam;JONES, Joe, David;STOLA, Alexander;YABLONSKY, Al~ 33:US ~31:61/928,965 ~32:17/01/2014
2016/05040 ~ Provisional ~54:A WALL VENTILATOR AND CONTROL MECHANISM ~71:VENTRITE BUSINESS
TRUST, 48 Forge Road, Spartan, South Africa ~72: VAN BILJOEN, Mark~
2016/05043 ~ Provisional ~54:CONSTRUCTION PANEL ~71:CARDENAS, Romulo Fernando, 11 Mary Street,
Florida, South Africa ~72: CARDENAS, Romulo Fernando~
2016/05045 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD AND DEVICE FOR GENERATING A GAS PRODUCT ~71:Linde
Aktiengesellschaft, Klosterhofstrasse 1, MÜNCHEN 80331, GERMANY, Germany ~72: ALBERT,
Florian;BRANDL, Alexander;KLEIN, Bernd~ 33:DE ~31:102015009562.5 ~32:23/07/2015
2016/05061 ~ Complete ~54:EGG LIFTING DEVICE, AND ASSOCIATED SYSTEMS AND METHODS ~71:Zoetis
Services LLC, 100 Campus Drive, FLORHAM PARK 07932, NJ, USA, United States of America ~72: SUH,
William Dongwook~ 33:US ~31:61/937,722 ~32:10/02/2014;33:US ~31:62/094,301 ~32:19/12/2014
2016/05065 ~ Complete ~54:DRIVING APPARATUS AND DEVICE FABRICATION METHOD ~71:BOLYMEDIA
HOLDINGS CO. LTD., 3235 Kifer Rd., Suite#150, Santa Clara, 95051, California, United States of America ~72:
XIAOPING HU~ 33:CN ~31:201310748592.0 ~32:31/12/2013
2016/05067 ~ Complete ~54:SCREEN FRAME CONFIGURATION AND SCREEN DEVICE ~71:NOVOMATIC
AG, Wiener Strasse 158, A-2352, Gumpoldskirchen, Austria ~72: BRUNO BAILER~ 33:AT ~31:A 19/2014
~32:13/01/2014
2016/05070 ~ Complete ~54:METHODS, SYSTEMS, AND DEVICES FOR LIQUID HYDROCARBON FUEL
PRODUCTION, HYDROCARBON CHEMICAL PRODUCTION, AND AEROSOL CAPTURE ~71:PROTON
POWER, INC., 487 Sam Rayburn Parkway, Lenoir City, United States of America ~72: Daniel C. WEAVER;Daniel
L. HENSLEY;Lee S. SMITH;Samuel C. WEAVER;Samuel P. WEAVER~ 33:US ~31:61/925,801
~32:10/01/2014;33:US ~31:61/970,444 ~32:26/03/2014;33:US ~31:61/988,954 ~32:06/05/2014;33:US
~31:14/593,411 ~32:09/01/2015;33:US ~31:14/593,429 ~32:09/01/2015;33:US ~31:14/593,692
~32:09/01/2015;33:US ~31:14/593,876 ~32:09/01/2015
2016/05074 ~ Complete ~54:BICYCLE TYRE SEALANT APPLICATOR ~71:WORMAN,Bretton Mark, 88 Albertyn
Street, Vorna Valley, Midrand, Gauteng,, South Africa ~72: WORMAN,Bretton Mark~ 33:ZA ~31:2015/06165
~32:25/08/2015
2016/05071 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD OF PRODUCING PARTS WITH SLIGHT UNDULATION FROM AN
ELECTROGALVANIZED SHEET, CORRESPONDING PART AND VEHICLE ~71:ARCELORMITTAL, 24-26,
Boulevard d'Avranches, Luxembourg ~72: Hervé DERULE~
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2016/05072 ~ Complete ~54:RESEALABLE PACK OF SMOKING ARTICLES AND METHOD FOR PACKAGING
SMOKING ARTICLES ~71:JT INTERNATIONAL S.A., 8 rue Kazem Radjavi, Switzerland ~72: SHALUNOVA,
Daria~ 33:EP ~31:14153472.7 ~32:31/01/2014
2016/05075 ~ Provisional ~54:SLAT FOR A BLIND AND BLIND FORMED THEREFROM ~71:Navus Consulting
CC, 38 Saffraan Avenue, Die Boord, Stellenbosch,, South Africa ~72: BADENHORST,Marlene~
2016/05076 ~ Complete ~54:STABLE SNS-595 COMPOSITIONS AND METHODS OF PREPARATION
~71:SUNESIS PHARMACEUTICALS,INC., 395 Oyster Point Boulevard, Suite 400, South San Francisco, 94080,
California,, United States of America ~72:
CHENG,HENGQIN;HASHASH,AHMAD;JACOBS,JEFF;RITCHIE,SEAN;SUDHAKAR,ANANTHA~ 33:US
~31:61/240,161 ~32:04/09/2009
2016/05077 ~ Provisional ~54:COMMINUTION APPARATUS ~71:Osborn Engineered Products SA (Proprietary)
Limited, 57 Jansen Road, Elandsfontein , 1406, South Africa ~72: VILJOEN,ABRAHAM JOHANNES~
2016/05078 ~ Complete ~54:CONVEYOR BELT TENSIONING SYSTEM ~71:Dymot Engineering CO.Proprietary
Limited, 11 Derrick Road, Spartan, Kempton Park,, South Africa ~72: CHRISTIE,BILLIE;SKEEN,GEORGE
MARTIN~ 33:ZA ~31:2015/02747 ~32:22/04/2015
2016/05073 ~ Provisional ~54:PUMPING OF VISCOUS FLUIDS ~71:IPTREE TRUST (TRUST NUMBER
503/2009), 5 Libertas Road, Somerset Office Park, Bullseye gebou, Bryanston,, South Africa ~72:
BUHRMANN,Rudolph;BUHRMANN,Rudolph Teodor~
2016/05039 ~ Provisional ~54:PROCESS FOR THE TREATMENT OF LEGUME AND GENETICALLYMODIFIED COTTON SEEDS ~71:Berchtold, Adrienne Irene, 25 Blackwood Street, Bryanston Ext 3,
RANDBURG, Gauteng, SOUTH AFRICA, South Africa ~72: BERCHTOLD, Peter Francis~
2016/05044 ~ Complete ~54:SYSTEM FOR RECOVERING HEAT FROM A HIGH TEMPERATURE REACTOR
~71:CSIR, SCIENTIA, MEIRING NAUDE ROAD, PRETORIA, 0001, SOUTH AFRICA, South Africa ~72: VAN
VUUREN, David, Steyn~ 33:ZA ~31:2015/03440 ~32:18/05/2015
2016/05050 ~ Complete ~54:PROTECTION PLATE FOR WEARING PART ATTACHMENT, AND METHOD FOR
WEAR PROTECTION OF A WEARING PART ATTACHMENT ~71:KVERNELAND GROUP OPERATIONS
NORWAY AS, N-4355 KVERNALAND, NORWAY, Norway ~72: SKJÆVELAND, Magne~ 33:NO ~31:20131742
~32:27/12/2013
2016/05068 ~ Complete ~54:POLYMER-BITUMEN PRIMARY MIXTURES THAT CAN BE USED FOR
PREPARING POLYMER-BITUMEN BINDERS, AND PRODUCTS OBTAINED FROM THESE PRIMARY
MIXTURES ~71:EIFFAGE INFRASTRUCTURES, 3-7 Place de l'Europe, 78140, Velizy Villacoublay, France ~72:
FRÉDÉRIC LOUP~ 33:FR ~31:1450448 ~32:21/01/2014
2016/05066 ~ Complete ~54:LIGHTING SYSTEM ~71:NOVOMATIC AG, Wiener Strasse 158, A-2352,
Gumpoldskirchen, Austria ~72: MAREK GAWEL~ 33:DE ~31:20 2014 000 196.0 ~32:10/01/2014;33:DE ~31:20
2014 000 264.9 ~32:13/01/2014
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2016/05069 ~ Complete ~54:MOUTHGUARD ~71:OPRO INTERNATIONAL LIMITED, A COMPANY
INCORPORATED AND REGISTERED IN ENGLAND AND WALES, 1 The Willows Mark Road, Hemel
Hempstead, HP2 7BN, Hertfordshire, United Kingdom ~72: ANTHONY LOVAT~ 33:GB ~31:1401548.1
~32:30/01/2014
-APPLIED ON 7/21/20162016/05090 ~ Complete ~54:PROCESSING BIOMASS ~71:XYLECO, INC., 360 AUDUBON ROAD,
WAKEFIELD, MA 01880-6248, USA, United States of America ~72: MEDOFF, Marshall~ 33:US ~31:61/049,404
~32:30/04/2008;33:US ~31:61/049,413 ~32:30/04/2008;33:US ~31:61/049,415 ~32:30/04/2008;33:US
~31:61/049,419 ~32:30/04/2008;33:US ~31:61/073,496 ~32:18/06/2008;33:US ~31:12/417,880 ~32:03/04/2009
2016/05098 ~ Complete ~54:A ROPE LIGHT ~71:BOUSEMA, Willem Frederich, 29 Zand Street, RUSTENBURG
0299, SOUTH AFRICA, South Africa ~72: BOUSEMA, Willem Frederich~ 33:ZA ~31:2015/07925 ~32:26/10/2015
2016/05120 ~ Complete ~54:FURO-3-CARBOXAMIDE DERIVATIVES AND METHODS OF USE ~71:AbbVie
Inc., 1 North Waukegan Road, NORTH CHICAGO 60064, IL, USA, United States of America ~72: AGUIRRE,
Ana;ALTENBACH, Robert;CLAPHAM, Bruce;COWART, Marlon;KOENIG, John;LIU, Huaqing;SARRIS,
Katerina;SCANIO, Marc;SWINGER, Kerren;VASUDEVAN, Anil;VILLAMIL, Clara;WOLLER, Kevin~ 33:US
~31:61/931,232 ~32:24/01/2014
2016/05087 ~ Complete ~54:PROCESSING BIOMASS ~71:XYLECO, INC., 360 AUDUBON ROAD,
WAKEFIELD, MA 01880-6248, USA, United States of America ~72: MEDOFF, Marshall~ 33:US ~31:61/049,404
~32:30/04/2008;33:US ~31:61/049,413 ~32:30/04/2008;33:US ~31:61/049,415 ~32:30/04/2008;33:US
~31:61/049,419 ~32:30/04/2008;33:US ~31:61/073,496 ~32:18/06/2008;33:US ~31:12/417,880 ~32:03/04/2009
2016/05091 ~ Complete ~54:PROCESSING BIOMASS ~71:XYLECO, INC., 360 AUDUBON ROAD,
WAKEFIELD, MA 01880-6248, USA, United States of America ~72: MEDOFF, Marshall~ 33:US ~31:61/049,404
~32:30/04/2008;33:US ~31:61/049,413 ~32:30/04/2008;33:US ~31:61/049,415 ~32:30/04/2008;33:US
~31:61/049,419 ~32:30/04/2008;33:US ~31:61/073,496 ~32:18/06/2008;33:US ~31:12/417,880 ~32:03/04/2009
2016/05092 ~ Complete ~54:PROCESSING BIOMASS ~71:XYLECO, INC., 360 AUDUBON ROAD,
WAKEFIELD, MA 01880-6248, USA, United States of America ~72: MEDOFF, Marshall~ 33:US ~31:61/049,404
~32:30/04/2008;33:US ~31:61/049,413 ~32:30/04/2008;33:US ~31:61/049,415 ~32:30/04/2008;33:US
~31:61/049,419 ~32:30/04/2008;33:US ~31:61/073,496 ~32:18/06/2008;33:US ~31:12/417,880 ~32:03/04/2009
2016/05093 ~ Complete ~54:PROCESSING BIOMASS ~71:XYLECO, INC., 360 AUDUBON ROAD,
WAKEFIELD, MA 01880-6248, USA, United States of America ~72: MEDOFF, Marshall~ 33:US ~31:61/049,404
~32:30/04/2008;33:US ~31:61/049,413 ~32:30/04/2008;33:US ~31:61/049,415 ~32:30/04/2008;33:US
~31:61/049,419 ~32:30/04/2008;33:US ~31:61/073,496 ~32:18/06/2008;33:US ~31:12/417,880 ~32:03/04/2009
2016/05103 ~ Complete ~54:ADMINISTRATION OF TASIMELTEON UNDER FASTED CONDITIONS
~71:VANDA PHARMACEUTICALS INC., Suite 300-E, 2200 Pennsylvania Ave NW, United States of America
~72: BAROLDI, Paolo;DRESSMAN, Marlene, Michelle;POLYMEROPOULOS, Mihael, H.~ 33:US ~31:61/927,465
~32:14/01/2014;33:US ~31:14/511,669 ~32:10/10/2014
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2016/05106 ~ Complete ~54:MANUFACTURING METHOD AND DEVICE FOR A CONTAINER WITH AN
INTEGRAL HANDLE ~71:DT INVENTIONS, 12239 Mosielee St., United States of America ~72: THIBODEAU,
James, Alfred;THIBODEAU, Tim~ 33:US ~31:14/160,350 ~32:21/01/2014
2016/05108 ~ Complete ~54:TOPICAL ANTIFUNGAL COMPOSITION FOR TREATING ONYCHOMYCOSIS
~71:POLICHEM SA, 50, Val Fleuri, Luxembourg, L-1526, Luxembourg ~72: DANIELA CERIANI;FEDERICO
MAILLAND;GIULIANA IOB;SIMONE SARNO~ 33:EP ~31:14156113.4 ~32:21/02/2014
2016/05094 ~ Complete ~54:PROCESSING BIOMASS ~71:XYLECO, INC., 360 AUDUBON ROAD,
WAKEFIELD, MA 01880-6248, USA, United States of America ~72: MEDOFF, Marshall~ 33:US ~31:61/049,404
~32:30/04/2008;33:US ~31:61/049,413 ~32:30/04/2008;33:US ~31:61/049,415 ~32:30/04/2008;33:US
~31:61/049,419 ~32:30/04/2008;33:US ~31:61/073,496 ~32:18/06/2008;33:US ~31:12/417,880 ~32:03/04/2009
2016/05095 ~ Complete ~54:LINEAR GEAR SHIFT MECHANISM ~71:MOTIVE POWER INDUSTRY CO., LTD,
No.66, Shanjiao Rd., Fu-Sing Village, Dacun Township, Taiwan, Province of China ~72: CHENG, HSINLIN;TENG, CHING-CHUNG~ 33:TW ~31:104130862 ~32:18/09/2015
2016/05097 ~ Complete ~54:LINEAR GEAR SHIFT MECHANISM FOR CHAINLESS VEHICLE ~71:MOTIVE
POWER INDUSTRY CO., LTD, No.66, Shanjiao Rd., Fu-Sing Village, Dacun Township, Taiwan, Province of
China ~72: CHENG, HSIN-LIN;CHENG, HSIN-LIN~ 33:TW ~31:104130861 ~32:18/09/2015
2016/05104 ~ Complete ~54:SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR DETECTING WEAR AND LOSS OF ROPE
GROOVE OF FRICTION HOIST ~71:CHINA UNIVERSITY OF MINING AND TECHNOLOGY, Science Academy
of China University of Mining and Technology, No. 1 University Road, People's Republic of China ~72: Gongbo
ZHOU;Guohua CAO;Lei WANG;Lu YAN;Naige WANG;Wei LI;Weihong PENG;Zhencai ZHU~ 33:CN
~31:201410738418.2 ~32:05/12/2014
2016/05105 ~ Complete ~54:MULTIPLE MODE CONTROL SYSTEM FOR A VEHICLE ~71:MAHINDRA &
MAHINDRA LIMITED, Automotive & Farm Equipment Sector Mahindra Towers, Dr. G.M. Bhosale Marg, Worli,
Mumbai, India ~72: DESHMUKH, Milind Vilas;DUDHANKAR, Vishal;KHETMAR, Sanjiv Kashinath;KULKARNI,
Sachin Bhalchandra;RAJ, Jacob David;RATHOD, Devising Sadashiv;RELKAR, Amol Arun~ 33:IN
~31:246/MUM/2014 ~32:23/01/2014
2016/05112 ~ Complete ~54:EXOSOME-MEDIATED DETECTION OF INFECTIONS AND DISEASES
~71:MOREHOUSE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, 720 Westview Drive, SW Atlanta, 30310-1495, Georgia, United
States of America ~72: GALE W NEWMAN;SAM ANYANWU~ 33:US ~31:61/929,570 ~32:21/01/2014
2016/05111 ~ Complete ~54:HYDROPHILIC ANTIBODY-DRUG CONJUGATES ~71:SEATTLE GENETICS,
INC., A CORPORATION ORGANISED AND EXISTING UNDER THE LAWS OF THE STATE OF DELAWARE,
21823 30th Drive SE, Bothell, 98021, Washington, United States of America ~72: PETER SENTER;ROBERT
LYON;SVETLANA DORONINA~ 33:US ~31:61/940,759 ~32:17/02/2014;33:US ~31:61/947,368 ~32:03/03/2014
2016/05114 ~ Complete ~54:MODIFIED BIOLOGICAL CONTROL AGENTS AND THEIR USES ~71:AGBIOME,
INC., 104 T.W. Alexander Drive, Building 18, Research Triangle Park, 27709, North Carolina, United States of
America ~72: AMY ELIZABETH SHEKITA;JANICE C JONES;MICHAEL G KOZIEL;SCOTT JOSEPH UKNES~
33:US ~31:61/933,954 ~32:31/01/2014;33:US ~31:62/104,122 ~32:16/01/2015
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2016/05116 ~ Complete ~54:A SHAVING BLADE CARTRIDGE, A SHAVER COMPRISING SUCH SHAVING
BLADE CARTRIDGE AND A METHOD OF MANUFACTURING SUCH A SHAVING BLADE CARTRIDGE
~71:BIC-VIOLEX SA, Agiou Athanasiou, GR-145 69, Anixi, Attiki, Greece ~72: DIMITRIOS
EFTHIMIADIS;GEORGIOS GEORGAKIS;GEORGIOS KOULOURIAS;IOANNIS BOZIKIS;PETROS
POLYCHRONIDIS;PHAEDON PAPAGEORGIS;VASILEIOS DAVOS~
2016/05119 ~ Complete ~54:6-PHENYL- OR 6-(PYRIDIN-3-YL)INDAZOLE DERIVATIVES AND METHODS OF
USE ~71:AbbVie Inc., 1 North Waukegan Road, NORTH CHICAGO 60064, IL, USA, United States of America
~72: BUNNELLE, William;COWART, Marlon;DRIZIN, Irene;KOENIG, John Robert;PLIUSHCHEV,
Marina;SCANIO, Marc~ 33:US ~31:61/931,137 ~32:24/01/2014
2016/05102 ~ Complete ~54:SUBSTITUTED BICYCLIC HETEROARYL COMPOUNDS AS RXR AGONISTS
~71:CONNEXIOS LIFE SCIENCES PVT. LTD., No. 49, Shilpa Vidya, First Main Road, India ~72: GUDLA,
Chandra Sekhar;RANGA, Madhavan Gurram;RAO, Jagannath Madanahalli Ranganath~ 33:IN
~31:161/CHE/2014 ~32:14/01/2014
2016/05109 ~ Complete ~54:COMPOSITIONS AND METHODS FOR TREATING NEUTROPENIA
~71:CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL LOS ANGELES, 4650 Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles, 90027, California, United
States of America ~72: LINGTAO WU~ 33:US ~31:61/941,233 ~32:18/02/2014
2016/05110 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR VIRTUAL ACCOUNT NUMBER-BASED TRAVEL
EXPENSE CONTROLS AND ACCOUNTING ~71:MASTERCARD INTERNATIONAL INCORPORATED, A
CORPORATION ORGANISED AND EXISTING UNDER THE LAWS OF THE STATE OF DELAWARE, U.S.A.,
2000 Purchase Street, Purchase, 10577-2409, New York, United States of America ~72: JOSE LUIS
YOFE;RICHARD FRANCIS CRUM~ 33:US ~31:14/158,833 ~32:19/01/2014
2016/05113 ~ Complete ~54:LOW OR NO WATER USE LATRINE PANS, LATRINE PAN ASSEMBLIES,
LATRINES AND RELATED METHODS ~71:AS IP HOLDCO, LLC, One Centennial Avenue, Piscataway, 08855,
New Jersey, United States of America ~72: DAIGO ISHIYAMA;GREGORY GATARZ;JAMES MCHALE~ 33:US
~31:61/929,351 ~32:20/01/2014
2016/05115 ~ Complete ~54:SURFCRAFT FIN ARRANGEMENT ~71:LEADING EDGE SURFBOARDS PTY
LTD, 66 Grevillia Road, Oak Park, 3046, Victoria, Australia ~72: DARRYL JAMES WILKES;FRANCINE VIOLA
WILKES~ 33:AU ~31:2013905079 ~32:24/12/2013;33:AU ~31:2014902979 ~32:01/08/2014
2016/05118 ~ Complete ~54:FOUNDATION FOR WIND-TURBINE TOWER AND METHOD FOR PREASSEMBLING A WIND-TURBINE TOWER ~71:Pacadar S.A.U., Paseo de la Castellana, 259-D, 6¿ planta Torre
Espacio, E-28046, MADRID, SPAIN, Spain ~72: CIDONCHA ESCOBAR, Manuel;MARTÍNEZ DE CASTAÑEDA,
Francisco Javier~
2016/05085 ~ Complete ~54:GARMENT ~71:DU PLESSIS, Piet Frans Myburg, Unit 2 Villa Joliske, 68 Pienaar
Avenue, Nimrod Park, Kempton Park, South Africa ~72: DU PLESSIS, Piet Frans Myburg~ 33:ZA
~31:2015/05437 ~32:28/07/2015
2016/05086 ~ Complete ~54:PROCESSING BIOMASS ~71:XYLECO, INC., 360 AUDUBON ROAD,
WAKEFIELD, MA 01880-6248, USA, United States of America ~72: MEDOFF, Marshall~ 33:US ~31:61/049,404
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~32:30/04/2008;33:US ~31:61/049,413 ~32:30/04/2008;33:US ~31:61/049,415 ~32:30/04/2008;33:US
~31:61/049,419 ~32:30/04/2008;33:US ~31:61/073,496 ~32:18/06/2008;33:US ~31:12/417,880 ~32:03/04/2009
2016/05101 ~ Complete ~54:ADDITIVE FOR HYDRAULICALLY SETTING COMPOSITIONS
~71:CONSTRUCTION RESEARCH & TECHNOLOGY GMBH, DR.- ALBERT-FRANK- STRASSE 32, 83308
TROSTBERG, GERMANY, Germany ~72: DENGLER, Joachim;GAEDT, Torben;GRASSL, Harald;NICOLEAU,
Luc;WINKLBAUER, Martin~ 33:EP ~31:14152156.7 ~32:22/01/2014
2016/05107 ~ Complete ~54:FUSED PYRIMIDINES AS INHIBITORS OF P97 COMPLEX ~71:CLEAVE
BIOSCIENCES, INC., 866 Malcolm Road, Suite 100, Burlingame, United States of America ~72: WUSTROW,
David;ZHOU, Han¿Jie~ 33:US ~31:61/929,382 ~32:20/01/2014
2016/05117 ~ Complete ~54:LANDING PAD FOR UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLE DELIVERY ~71:Blacknight
Holdings, LLC, 12337 South Route 59, Suite 131, PLAINFIELD 60585, IL, USA, United States of America ~72:
FALESCH, Alexander J.;WALSH, Ryan~ 33:US ~31:61/923,207 ~32:02/01/2014
2016/05121 ~ Provisional ~54:METHOD OF CONCENTRATING ELECTROMAGNETIC ENERGY ~71:Jacobus
Johannes Van Der Merwe, 1060 Pierneef Street, Villieria,, South Africa ~72: Jacobus Johannes Van Der Merwe~
2016/05124 ~ Complete ~54:PROCESS FOR REFORMING HYDROCARBONS ~71:HALDOR TOPSOE A/S,
Nymollevej 55, DK-2800 KGS., Lyngby,, Denmark ~72: AASBERG-PETERSEN,KIM;CHRISTENSEN,PETER
SEIER;CHRISTENSEN,THOMAS SANDAHL~ 33:DK ~31:PA 2011 00485 ~32:29/06/2011;33:EP
~31:11009101.4 ~32:19/11/2011;33:DK ~31:PA 2011 00947 ~32:06/12/2011
2016/05125 ~ Complete ~54:COMPOSITIONS COMPRISING 15-HEPE AND METHODS OF USING THE SAME
~71:DIGNITY SCIENCES LIMITED, Trintech Building South County Business Park, Leopardstown, 18, Dublin,,
Ireland ~72: CLIMAX,JOHN;DUFFY, KEVIN;ROWE,JONATHAN~ 33:GB ~31:GB1301626.6 ~32:30/01/2013
2016/05080 ~ Provisional ~54:A WATERLESS TOILET APPARATUS HAVING AN INCINERATOR FUNCTION
~71:MFAZWE, Mzuvukile Benjamin, No 7 Roslin Road, Stirling, EAST LONDON 5421, SOUTH AFRICA, South
Africa ~72: MFAZWE, Mzuvukile Benjamin~
2016/05082 ~ Complete ~54:A MULTI-FUZE GAMING OBJECT ~71:NIVIA SYNTHETICS PVT. LTD., B-5, Sports
& Surgical Goods Complex, Jalandhar, Punjab, India ~72: BABORIA, Amandeep;KHARABANDA, Rajesh;SINGH,
Raminder~ 33:IN ~31:3520/DEL/2015 ~32:30/10/2015
2016/05083 ~ Complete ~54:PROCESSING BIOMASS ~71:XYLECO, INC., 360 AUDUBON ROAD,
WAKEFIELD, MA 01880-6248, USA, United States of America ~72: MEDOFF, Marshall~ 33:US ~31:61/049,404
~32:30/04/2008;33:US ~31:61/049,413 ~32:30/04/2008;33:US ~31:61/049,415 ~32:30/04/2008;33:US
~31:61/049,419 ~32:30/04/2008;33:US ~31:61/073,496 ~32:18/06/2008;33:US ~31:12/417,880 ~32:03/04/2009
2016/05088 ~ Complete ~54:PROCESSING BIOMASS ~71:XYLECO, INC., 360 AUDUBON ROAD,
WAKEFIELD, MA 01880-6248, USA, United States of America ~72: MEDOFF, Marshall~ 33:US ~31:61/049,404
~32:30/04/2008;33:US ~31:61/049,413 ~32:30/04/2008;33:US ~31:61/049,415 ~32:30/04/2008;33:US
~31:61/049,419 ~32:30/04/2008;33:US ~31:61/073,496 ~32:18/06/2008;33:US ~31:12/417,880 ~32:03/04/2009
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2016/05079 ~ Provisional ~54:A PANEL FOR PREFABRICATED FLOORING AND PREFABRICATED
FLOORING ~71:MARTIN HERMAN VAN WYK, 24 CAMARGUE ESTATE, South Africa ~72: MARTIN HERMAN
VAN WYK~
2016/05081 ~ Provisional ~54:APPARATUS AND METHOD FOR PRODUCTION AND SEPARATION OF
GASSES ~71:HYDROX HOLDINGS LIMITED, 32 Ida Street, Menlyn, Pretoria, South Africa ~72:
ANAGNOSTOPOULOS, George;DE JAGER, Cornelis, Johannes~
2016/05089 ~ Complete ~54:PROCESSING BIOMASS ~71:XYLECO, INC., 360 AUDUBON ROAD,
WAKEFIELD, MA 01880-6248, USA, United States of America ~72: MEDOFF, Marshall~ 33:US ~31:61/049,404
~32:30/04/2008;33:US ~31:61/049,413 ~32:30/04/2008;33:US ~31:61/049,415 ~32:30/04/2008;33:US
~31:61/049,419 ~32:30/04/2008;33:US ~31:61/073,496 ~32:18/06/2008;33:US ~31:12/417,880 ~32:03/04/2009
2016/05096 ~ Complete ~54:LINEAR GEAR SHIFT POWER TRANSFER MECHANISM ~71:MOTIVE POWER
INDUSTRY CO., LTD, of No.66, Shanjiao Rd., Fu-Sing Village, Dacun Township, Taiwan, Province of China ~72:
CHENG, HSIN-LIN;TENG, CHING-CHUNG~ 33:TW ~31:104132813 ~32:06/10/2015
2016/05099 ~ Complete ~54:SYSTEMS AND METHODS FOR MONITORING EXTRACTION HEIGHT AND
VOLUME OF MATERIAL EXTRACTED FOR A MINING MACHINE ~71:JOY MM DELAWARE, INC., 2751
Centerville Road, Suite 342, Wilmington, United States of America ~72: BROTHERTON, Joshua V.;DOERNER,
Justin S.~ 33:US ~31:62/199,550 ~32:31/07/2015
2016/05100 ~ Complete ~54:ROTARY COLLIDER AIR MILL ~71:FARR, Reyndol, Pat, 2601 WILLOW PARK,
RICHLAND HILLS, TX 76118, USA, United States of America ~72: FARR, Reyndol, Pat~ 33:US ~31:61/965,078
~32:22/01/2014;33:US ~31:14/544,537 ~32:16/01/2015
2016/05084 ~ Complete ~54:PROCESSING BIOMASS ~71:XYLECO, INC., 360 AUDUBON ROAD,
WAKEFIELD, MA 01880-6248, USA, United States of America ~72: MEDOFF, Marshall~ 33:US ~31:61/049,404
~32:30/04/2008;33:US ~31:61/049,413 ~32:30/04/2008;33:US ~31:61/049,415 ~32:30/04/2008;33:US
~31:61/049,419 ~32:30/04/2008;33:US ~31:61/073,496 ~32:18/06/2008;33:US ~31:12/417,880 ~32:03/04/2009
2016/05122 ~ Provisional ~54:WER 2 ~71:NEO SIBEKO, 447 Airport Road, Doornpoort, South Africa ~72: NEO
SIBEKO~
2016/05123 ~ Complete ~54:PORTION CAPSULE HAVING AN IDENTIFIER ~71:K-FEE SYSTEM GMBH,
Senefelder Str.44, 51469, Bergisch Gladbach,, Germany ~72: KRUGER,MARC~ 33:DE ~31:20 2010 031 988.0
~32:22/07/2010
-APPLIED ON 7/22/20162016/05145 ~ Complete ~54:DIHYDROPYRIMIDINE COMPOUNDS AND THEIR APPLICATION IN
PHARMACEUTICALS ~71:SUNSHINE LAKE PHARMA CO., LTD., Northern Industrial Area, Songshan Lake
Dongguan, 523000, Guangdong, People's Republic of China ~72: QINGYUN REN;SIEGFRIED
GOLDMANN;XINCHANG LIU;YINGJUN ZHANG~ 33:CN ~31:201410126202.0 ~32:28/03/2014;33:CN
~31:201410596489.3 ~32:29/10/2014
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2016/05154 ~ Complete ~54:INSECTICIDAL PROTEINS AND METHODS FOR THEIR USE ~71:E. I. DUPONT
DE NEMOURS AND COMPANY, Chestnut Run Plaza, 974 Centre Road, Wilmington, United States of
America;PIONEER HI-BRED INTERNATIONAL, INC., 7100 N.W. 62nd Avenue, Johnston, United States of
America ~72: BARRY, Jennifer;LIU, Lu;LUM, Amy;SCHEPERS, Eric;YALPANI, Nasser;ZHU, Genhai~ 33:US
~31:61/937,295 ~32:07/02/2014;33:US ~31:62/051,720 ~32:17/09/2014
2016/05135 ~ Complete ~54:IMIDAZOPYRAZINONE DERIVATIVES ~71:Merck Patent GmbH, Frankfurter
Strasse 250, DARMSTADT 64293 , GERMANY, Germany ~72: BUCHSTALLER, Hans-Peter;DORSCH, Dieter~
33:EP ~31:13006052.8 ~32:23/12/2013
2016/05136 ~ Complete ~54:CONTINUOUS ETHYLENE OLIGOMERIZATION WITH IN-SITU CATALYST
PREPARATION ~71:NOVA Chemicals (International) S.A., Avenue de Ia Gare 14, FRIBOURG CH-1700,
SWITZERLAND, Switzerland ~72: BROWN, Stephen;ZORICAK, Peter~ 33:CA ~31:2837590 ~32:23/12/2013
2016/05140 ~ Complete ~54:CARBOHYDRATE-ENRICHED RECOMBINANT MICROORGANISMS ~71:Calysta,
Inc., 1140 O'Brien Drive, Suite B, MENLO PARK 94025, CA, USA, United States of America ~72: GIVER,
Lorraine Joan;MUELLER, Jana;REGITSKY, Drew D.;SAVILLE, Renee M.;SILVERMAN, Joshua A.~ 33:US
~31:61/928,366 ~32:16/01/2014
2016/05143 ~ Complete ~54:ORAL PHARMACEUTICAL COMPOSITION ~71:LABORATORIOS DEL DR.
ESTEVE, S.A., A SPANISH COMPANY, Av. Mare de Déu de Montserrat, 221, E-08041, Barcelona, Spain ~72:
INDER GULATI;MEGHAL MISTRY;VIPAN DHALL;ZIAUDDIN TYEBJI~ 33:EP ~31:13382545.5 ~32:23/12/2013
2016/05156 ~ Complete ~54:ANTI-LRP5 ANTIBODIES AND METHODS OF USE ~71:GENENTECH INC, 1 DNA
WAY South San Francisco, United States of America ~72: BURTON JEREMY BRYANT;CHIU CECILIA;WU
YAN;YE WEILAN~ 33:US ~31:61/588 100 ~32:18/01/2012
2016/05132 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD FOR MAKING STEEL IN AN ELECTRIC ARC FURNACE AND
ELECTRIC ARC FURNACE ~71:DOROFEEV, Genrikh, Alekseevich, UL. STEPANOVA, 33, KV. 154 TULA,
300001, RUSSIA, Russian Federation ~72: DOROFEEV, Genrikh, Alekseevich;PROTOPOPOV, Aleksandr,
Anatol'evich;SMIRNOV, Konstantin, Gennadievich;YANTOVSKIY, Pavel, Rudol'fovich;YASTREBOV, Igor',
Ivanovich;ZINYAGIN, Gennadiy, Alekseevich~ 33:RU ~31:2013158488 ~32:30/12/2013
2016/05138 ~ Complete ~54:RACECADOTRIL LIQUID COMPOSITIONS ~71:Johnson & Johnson Consumer
Inc., 199 Grandview Road, SKILLMAN 08558, NJ, USA, United States of America ~72: LEE, DerYang;MUKHERJEE, Tusharmouli~ 33:US ~31:14/138,272 ~32:23/12/2013
2016/05141 ~ Complete ~54:LIQUID DISPENSING DEVICE HAVING A PRE-COMPRESSION OUTLET VALVE
~71:Dispensing Technologies B.V., Grasbeemd 1, HELMOND NL-5705 DE, THE NETHERLANDS, Netherlands
~72: HURKMANS, Petrus Lambertus Wilhelmus;MAAS, Wilhelmus Johannes Joseph;NERVO, Paulo~ 33:US
~31:61/945,092 ~32:26/02/2014
2016/05155 ~ Provisional ~54:A SUPPORT FOR A FOOT OF AN ARTICLE OF FURNITURE ~71:STABLE
TABLE (PROPRIETARY) LIMITED, Portion 413 The Farm Waterkloof, South Africa ~72: DE KOCK MICHIEL
DANIEL;DU PLESSIS CAREL HENDRIK~
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2016/05133 ~ Complete ~54:PRESSURISED METERED DOSE INHALERS AND METHOD OF MANUFACTURE
~71:CARDIFF SCINTIGRAPHICS LIMITED, Unit 8 Medicentre Heath Park Cardiff, United Kingdom ~72:
TAYLOR, Glyn;TRAN, Cuong;WARREN, Simon;~ 33:GB ~31:1402513.4 ~32:13/02/2014
2016/05134 ~ Complete ~54:P-SUBSTITUTED ASYMMETRIC UREAS AND MEDICAL USES THEREOF
~71:Helsinn Healthcare SA, Via Pian Scairolo 9, LUGANO/PAZZALLO 6912, SWITZERLAND, Switzerland ~72:
DAINA, Antoine;GARCIA RUBIO, Silvina;GIULIANO, Claudio;GUAINAZZI, Angelo;PIETRA, Claudio~ 33:US
~31:61/949,664 ~32:07/03/2014
2016/05137 ~ Complete ~54:MULTI-MEDIA STRATIFIED FILTRATION ~71:Siemens Energy, Inc., 4400 Alafaya
Trail, ORLANDO 32826-2399, FL, USA, United States of America ~72: FELCH, Chad L.;LORGE, Eric
A.;PATTERSON, Matthew R.;WIERCINSKI, Shane P.~ 33:US ~31:61/930,495 ~32:23/01/2014
2016/05144 ~ Complete ~54:SYSTEM FOR PREPARING A BREWED PRODUCT ~71:QBO COFFEE GMBH,
Birkenweg 4, 8304, Wallisellen, Switzerland ~72: LOUIS DEUBER;RÜDIGER TERNITÉ~ 33:EP ~31:14154110.2
~32:06/02/2014
2016/05146 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD FOR DETERMINATION OF THE STATUS OF A DISEASE ~71:NOBEL
BIOCARE SERVICES AG, A COMPANY INCORPORATED IN SWITZERLAND, Balz Zimmermann-Strasse 7,
8302, Kloten, Switzerland ~72: JAN HALL~ 33:GB ~31:1402036.6 ~32:06/02/2014
2016/05148 ~ Complete ~54:DETERMINING PROXIMITY TO A VENUE ~71:MICROSOFT TECHNOLOGY
LICENSING, LLC, One Microsoft Way, Redmond, 98052-6399, Washington, United States of America ~72: CHIHWEI WANG;JYH-HAN LIN;STEPHEN P DIACETIS~ 33:US ~31:14/192,498 ~32:27/02/2014
2016/05157 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR AGRICULTURE FIELD CLUSTERING AND
ECOLOGICAL FORECASTING ~71:TATA CONSULTANCY SERVICES LIMITED, Nirmal Building 9th Floor
Nariman Point Mumbai, India ~72: BISWAS SANDIKA;JAGYASI BHUSHAN;MOHITE JAYANTRAO~ 33:IN
~31:201621004643 ~32:09/02/2016
2016/05147 ~ Complete ~54:LENTIVIRAL VECTORS FOR GENERATING IMMUNE RESPONSES AGAINST
HUMAN T LYMPHOTROPHIC VIRUS TYPE 1 ~71:THERAVECTYS, Batiment Pasteur Biotop 28 rue du Docteur
Roux, F-75015, Paris Cedex 15, France ~72: CÉCILE BAUCHE;DÉBORAH REVAUD~ 33:EP ~31:14290009.1
~32:27/01/2014
2016/05149 ~ Complete ~54:2-AMINO-3, 5, 5-TRIFLUORO-3, 4, 5, 6-TETRAHYDROPYRIDINES AS BACE1
INHIBITORS FOR TREATMENT OF ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE ~71:H. LUNDBECK A/S, A DANISH COMPANY,
Ottiliavej 9, DK-2500, Valby, Denmark ~72: KARSTEN JUHL;LENA TAGMOSE;MAURO MARIGO;THOMAS
JENSEN~ 33:DK ~31:PA201400086 ~32:19/02/2014;33:DK ~31:PA 2014 00349 ~32:01/07/2014
2016/05150 ~ Complete ~54:COMBINATION OF BACLOFEN, ACAMPROSATE AND MEDIUM CHAIN
TRIGLYCERIDES FOR THE TREATMENT OF NEUROLOGICAL DISORDERS ~71:PHARNEXT, 11 rue des
Peupliers, F-92130, Issy Les Moulineaux, France ~72: DANIEL COHEN;ILYA CHUMAKOV;RODOLPHE
HAJJ;SERGUEI NABIROCHKIN~ 33:US ~31:61/938,340 ~32:11/02/2014
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2016/05152 ~ Complete ~54:MEDICAL PRODUCT AND METHOD FOR THE PRODUCTION THEREOF
~71:CARL FREUDENBERG KG, Hohnerweg 2-4, Germany ~72: BARGON, Rainer;GRAFAHREND,
Dirk;NEUMÜLLER, Daniel;ODERMATT, Erich;REIBEL, Denis~ 33:DE ~31:10 2014 202 578.8 ~32:12/02/2014
2016/05126 ~ Provisional ~54:AIRCRAFT LANDING GEAR ARRANGEMENT ~71:VAN DE MERWE, Christiaan
Hendrik Gert, Wilgelaan 1, South Africa ~72: VAN DE MERWE, Christiaan Hendrik Gert~
2016/05127 ~ Provisional ~54:A TRACKING UNIT ~71:ALTRON TMT (PTY) LTD - ALTECH NETSTAR
INTERNATIONAL DIVISION, Central Park Offices (Block O), 16th Rd, Randjespark, Ext 5, Midrand, South Africa
~72: SCHOEMAN, Erich~
2016/05129 ~ Provisional ~54:ATM PROTECTIVE MECHANISM ~71:MAGNETO IP HOLDINGS (PTY) LTD,
Building 5, Woodhill Office Park, Philip Engelbrecht Street, South Africa ~72: Michael Donald ROBSON~
2016/05130 ~ Provisional ~54:CEILING LUMINAIRES ~71:Voltex (Proprietary) Limited, Voltex House, Block B, St
Andrews Office Park, 39 Wordsworth Avenue, Senderwood,, South Africa ~72: Marc Rudman~
2016/05131 ~ Complete ~54:SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR REMOTE ASSESSMENT OF QUALITY OF
CONSTRUCTION ~71:LORETZ, Michael, Rodger, 4 CHESTNUT OAKS, 31 WARWICK ROAD , MONTROSE,
3200 PIETERMARITZBURG, SOUTH AFRICA, South Africa ~72: LORETZ, Michael, Rodger~ 33:ZA
~31:2014/04082 ~32:05/06/2014
2016/05128 ~ Provisional ~54:A FORMULATION WHICH INCLUDES TRACE ELEMENTS AND IS FOR
ADMINISTRATION TO ANIMALS ~71:LABORATORIUS MICROSULES URUGUAY S.A., Pueblo Cap Artigas,
Ruta 101 km 208. Cno Al, S/N, Uruguay ~72: Pablo Bringas~
2016/05139 ~ Complete ~54:RACECADOTRIL COMPOSITIONS ~71:Johnson & Johnson Consumer Inc., 199
Grandview Road, SKILLMAN 08558, NJ, USA, United States of America ~72: LEE, Der-Yang~ 33:US
~31:14/138,309 ~32:23/12/2013
2016/05142 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD, SWITCH, AND CONTROLLER FOR IMPLEMENTING ARP ~71:Huawei
Technologies Co., Ltd., Huawei Administration Building, Bantian, Longgang, SHENZHEN 518129,
GUANGDONG, CHINA (P.R.C.), People's Republic of China ~72: CAI, Hui;NI, Hui;TAN, Shiyong~
2016/05151 ~ Complete ~54:BINDING PROTEINS AND METHODS OF USE THEREOF ~71:NGM
BIOPHARMACEUTICALS, INC., 630 Gateway Boulevard, South San Francisco, 94080, California, United States
of America ~72: BETTY CHAN LI;HUGO MATERN;KALYANI MONDAL;TARUNA ARORA;WENYAN SHEN;YU
CHEN~ 33:US ~31:61/931,531 ~32:24/01/2014
2016/05153 ~ Complete ~54:COMPOSITIONS ASSOCIATED WITH SOYBEAN REPRODUCTIVE GROWTH
AND METHODS OF USE ~71:PIONEER HI-BRED INTERNATIONAL, INC., 7100 N.W. 62nd Avenue, Johnston,
United States of America ~72: HANSON, Sara Elizabeth;KUHLMAN, Leslie Charles;KYLE, Donald;RIES, Landon
Linn;SPEAR, Jordan;WOODWARD, John Bryan~ 33:US ~31:61/952,526 ~32:13/03/2014
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21: 2007/00895 22: 1/31/2007 43: 5/12/2016
51: A21D, A23K, A23L, C12N, C12P
71: Genencor International, Inc., DuPont Nutrition
Biosciences ApS
72: BERG, Casper Tune, DERKX, Patrick M. F.,
FIORESI, Carol, GERRITSE, Gijsbert, KELLETSMITH, Anja Hemmingen, KRAGH, Karsten
Matthias, LIU, Wei, SHAW, Andrew, SØRENSEN,
Bo Spange, THOUDAHL, Charlotte Refdahl
33: US 31: 60/608,919 32: 2004/07/07
33: US 31: 10/886,504 32: 2004/07/07
33: US 31: 10/886,505 32: 2004/07/07
33: US 31: 10/886,527 32: 2004/07/07
54: POLYPEPTIDE
00: We describe a PS4 variant polypeptide derivable
from a parent polypeptide having non-maltogenic
exoamylase activity, in which the PS4 variant
polypeptide comprises an amino acid mutation at
one or more positions selected from the group
consisting of: 121, 161, 223, 146, 157, 158, 198,
229, 303, 306, 309, 316, 353, 26, 70, 145, 188, 272,
339, with reference to the position numbering of a
Pseudomonas saccharophilia exoamylase sequence
shown as SEQ ID NO: 1.
21: 2007/05521 22: 7/5/2007 43: 5/12/2016
51: B23K, H05B
71: Inductotherm Corporation
72: FISHMAN, Oleg S, MORTIMER, John H,
NALLEN, Michael A., SCOTT, Paul F.
33: US 31: 60/637,590 32: 2004/12/20
54: ELECTRIC INDUCTION IMPEDER
00: An impeder for use in an electric induction welding
process is provided. Optionally the impeder does not
require internal forced cooling. In embodiments
using internal forced cooling a high efficiency cooling
system is provided.
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21: 2007/08066 22: 9/19/2007 43: 5/5/2016
51: A61K
71: Lidds AB
72: AXEN, Niklas, HUGOSSON, Jonas,
LENNERNAS, Hans, LENNERNAS, Bo
33: DK 31: PA 2005 00452 32: 2005/03/31
54: METHOD FOR TREATING PROSTATE
DISEASE BASED ON LOCAL DELIVERY OF
ACTIVE SUBSTANCES
00: A method for treating prostate related diseases in a
subject, the method comprising i) optionally
administering to subject an initial boost dose of one
or more active substances and/or prodrugs, and ii)
administering locally into the prostate a controlled
release pharmaceutical composition comprising one
or more active substances in a biodegradable
ceramic carrier. The biodegradable hydrating
ceramic may be selected from the group consisting
of non-hydrated or hydrated calcium sulphate,
calcium phosphate, calcium carbonate, calcium
fluoride, calcium silicate, magnesium sulphate,
magnesium phosphate, magnesium carbonate,
magnesium fluoride, magnesium silicate, barium
sulphate, barium phosphate, barium carbonate,
barium fluoride, barium silicate, or mixtures thereof.
In a specific embodiment, the biodegradable
hydrating ceramic is non-hydrated or hydrated
calcium sulphate.
21: 2008/04813 22: 12/18/2006 43: 5/26/2016
51: C09D
71: PST SENSORS (PROPRIETARY) LIMITED
72: ODO, EKUNDARE AYODELE, HÄRTING,
MARGIT, BRITTON, DAVID THOMAS
33: ZA 31: 2005/10436 32: 2005/12/22
54: THICK FILM SEMICONDUCTING INKS
00: A method of producing a printabie composition
comprises mixing a quantity of particulate
semiconductor material with a Quantity of a binder.
The semiconductor material is typically
nanoparticulate silicon with a particle size in the
range from 5 nanometres to 10 microns. The binder
is a self-polymerising material comprising a natural
oil, or a derivative or synthetic analogue thereof.
Preferably the binder comprises a natural polymer
formed by auto-polymerisation of a precursor
consisting of a natural oil, or its derivatives including
pure unsaturated fatty acids, mono- and diglycerides, or methyl and ethyl esters of the
corresponding fatty acids. The method may include
applying the printable composition to a substrate, in
single or multiple layers, and allowing the printable
composition to cure to define the component or
conductor on the substrate.
21: 2010/05117 22: 7/19/2010 43: 6/7/2016
51: A61K, A61P
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71: REATA PHARMACEUTICALS, INC.,
TRUSTEES OF DARTMOUTH COLLEGE
72: SPORN, Michael, LIBY, Karen, GRIBBLE,
Gordon, W., HONDA, Tadashi, KRAL, Robert, M.,
Jr., MEYER, Colin, J.
33: US 31: 61/020,624 32: 2008/01/11
33: US 31: 61/109,114 32: 2008/10/28
54: SYNTHETIC TRITERPENOIDS AND
METHODS OF USE IN THE TREATMENT OF
DISEASE
00: -
definitive endoderm lineage comprising culturing the
pluripotent stem cells in medium comprising a
sufficient amount of GDF-8 to cause the
differentiation of the pluripotent stem cells into cells
expressing markers characteristic of the definitive
endoderm lineage.
The present invention concerns methods for
treating and preventing renal/kidney disease,
insulin resistance/diabetes, fatty liver disease,
and/or endothelial dysfunction/cardiovascular
disease using synthetic triterpenoids, optionally in
combination with a second treatment or
prophylaxis.
21: 2010/08392 22: 11/23/2010 43: 5/3/2016
51: C12N
71: Centocor Ortho Biotech Inc.
72: DAVIS, Janet E., LIU, Jiajian
33: US 31: 12/108,852 32: 2008/04/24
54: TREATMENT OF PLURIPOTENT CELLS
00: -
The present invention is directed to methods to
treat pluripotent cells, whereby the pluripotent cells
can be efficiently expanded in culture and
differentiated by treating the pluripotent cells with
an inhibitor of GSK-3B enzyme activity.
21: 2011/00758 22: 1/28/2011 43: 5/27/2016
51: C12N
71: Centocor Ortho Biotech Inc.
72: LIU, Jiajian, DAVIS, Janet, PARMENTER,
Christine, BONNET, Pascal Ghislain André
33: US 31: 61/076,908 32: 2008/06/30
33: US 31: 61/076,900 32: 2008/06/30
33: US 31: 61/076,915 32: 2008/06/30
54: DIFFERENTIATION OF PLURIPOTENT STEM
CELLS
00: The present invention is directed to methods to
differentiate pluripotent stem cells. In particular, the
present invention is directed to methods and
compositions to differentiate pluripotent stem cells
into cells expressing markers characteristic of the
21: 2011/03618 22: 5/17/2011 43: 5/12/2016
51: A61K, A61P
71: MERIAL, INC.
72: SHUB, Natalya, CRAMER, Luiz, Gustavo, LE
HIR DE FALLOIS, Loic, Patrick, TIMMONS, Philip,
Reid, SOLL, Mark, David, WURTZ, Patrice, PATE,
James
33: US 31: 61/116,038 32: 2008/11/19
33: US 31: 61/142,561 32: 2009/01/05
33: US 31: 61/167,381 32: 2009/04/07
54: COMPOSITIONS COMPRISING 1ARYLPYRAZOLE ALONE OR IN COMBINATION
WITH FORMAMIDINE FOR THE TREATMENT OF
PARASITIC INFECTION
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00: This invention relates to compositions for combating
parasites in animals, comprising 1-arylpyrazole
compounds alone or in combination with
formamidine compounds. This invention also
provides for an improved methods for eradicating,
controlling, and preventing parasite infestation in
an animal comprising administering the
compositions of the invention to the animal in need
thereof.
21: 2011/04625 22: 6/22/2011 43: 5/11/2016
51: A23K, A23L, A61P
71: Hill's Pet Nutrition, Inc.
72: YAMKA, Ryan Michael, FRANTZ, Nolan
Zebulon, ZICKER, Steven C.
33: US 31: 61/145,125 32: 2009/01/16
54: COMPANION ANIMAL COMPOSITIONS
INCLUDING PYRUVIC ACID AND SALTS
THEREOF AND METHODS OF USE THEREOF
00: -
The invention encompasses pet food compositions
and methods for the treatment and/or prevention
of diseases or disorders in companion animals, for
example, for the treatment or obesity, including
administering a pet food composition including
pyruvic acid or a salt thereof to a companion
animal, or lipoic acid or salt thereof and pyruvic acid
or a salt thereof to a companion animal. The
invention encompasses pet food compositions and
methods for managing weight including
administering a pet food composition including
pyruvic acid or a salt thereof, or lipoic acid or a salt
thereof and pyruvic acid or a salt thereof to a
companion animal to a companion animal.
21: 2011/05291 22: 7/18/2011 43: 5/11/2016
51: F04C
71: Gardner Denver Nash LLC
72: BISSELL, Douglas Eric, DIAKOMIS, Athanasios,
LENGYEL, Louis J.
54: LIQUID RING PUMP WITH LINER
00: A liquid ring pump is provided that includes an
annular housing having an inner surface forming a
housing cavity. The annular housing is filled with an
operating fluid during operation of the pump. The
operating fluid forms an eccentric liquid ring in the
annular housing during operation of the pump. A
rotor is disposed in the housing cavity and includes a
plurality of rotor blades. A shaft extends into the
annular housing into the housing cavity. The plurality
of rotor blades extend radially outward from the shaft
toward the inner surface of the annular housing. A
liner formed from a corrosion resistant material is
disposed substantially flush with at least a portion of
the annular housing inner surface opposite a
plurality of rotor blade ends.
21: 2011/05633 22: 7/29/2011 43: 5/11/2016
51: B32B, B42D
71: Optaglio s.r.o.
72: JERMOLAJEV, Igor, KOTACKA, Libor, TETHAL,
Tomas, DVORAK, Robert
33: GB 31: 0902000.9 32: 2009/02/09
54: MICRO-RELIEF STRUCTURES
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00: -The present invention provides a method of
forming a relief pattern as part of a layered structure
and comprising, forming a relief pattern on the
surface of a layer of the said structure and
subsequently forming a protective fixing layer on at
least part of the said relief pattern and serving to
protect the underlying relief pattern during any
subsequent processing of the said structure, and
thereby also provides for a layered structure,
generally comprising a substrate having a relief
pattern formed on a surface of the substrate and
wherein at least a portion of the said relief has been
provided with a protective fixing layer serving to
retain the characteristics of the relief pattern during
any subsequent processing of the structure such as,
for example, when forming a laminate structure with
the relief pattern provided therein.
21: 2011/06004 22: 8/16/2011 43: 5/11/2016
51: A61M
71: Eli Lilly and Company
72: JAMES, Adrian Benton, MASON, Brian Joseph,
MCELHANEY, Christine Wei Hsien
33: US 31: 61/159,911 32: 2009/03/13
54: APPARATUS FOR INJECTING A
PHARMACEUTICAL WITH AUTOMATIC SYRINGE
RETRACTION FOLLOWING INJECTION
00: A pharmaceutical delivery apparatus with an
automatic syringe retraction following a manually
controlled injection. The apparatus includes a
housing (28), a syringe carriage (90), a medicationfilled syringe (70) held within the carriage, the
syringe needle tip being disposed within the housing
in a first position and projecting from the housing
beyond the housing proximal end for insertion into
an injection site in a second position, a manually
shiftable plunger (130), means on the carriage and
the housing and the plunger for causing the carriage
to advance from the first position to the second
position and for injecting medicine from the syringe
when the plunger is manually plunged proximally
toward the housing, and means on the carriage and
the plunger for causing the carriage to retract from
the second position to a position at which the needle
tip is disposed within the housing when the plunger
shifts distally.
21: 2011/06084 22: 8/18/2011 43: 5/11/2016
51: A23L
71: Nestec S.A.
72: MACE, Catherine, APRIKIAN, Olivier Kevork,
POUTEAU, Etienne
33: EP(CH) 31: 09150858.0 32: 2009/01/19
54: NUTRITIONAL COMPOSITION FOR INFANTS
00: A nutritional composition for infants comprises a
protein source, a lipid source and a carbohydrate
source wherein the lipid source includes at least 16
wt% linoleic acid and at least 2 wt% a-linolenic acid
expressed as a percentage of total fatty acid content
in each case and in amounts such that the ratio of
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linoleic acid: a-linolenic acid is in the range from 1 to
10.
21: 2012/01091 22: 15/02/2012 43: 12/05/2016
51: A01C, B65D
71: JODY KRAMER and DIANE KRAMER
72: JODY KRAMER and DIANE KRAMER
33: - 31: - 32: 54: A STACKABLE PLANT CONTAINER SYSTEM
00: 57: A stackable plant container system comprising a
plurality of modular containers which are vertically
securable about one another. The containers each
comprise a housing with a top aperture and a lower
aperture for enabling water poured into the top
container, to filter downward into the lower
containers. The containers further comprising at
least one side aperture to enable a plant to grow
therethrough. The bottom container having a sealed
lower aperture to retain water, alternately an
aperture for surplus water to be drained out and
recycled in the case of a hydroponic system.
21: 2012/04215 22: 11/11/2010 43: 5/26/2016
51: C13D
71: CARBO-UA LIMITED
72: SARIR, EMMANUEL M, BUSHONG, JAMES
33: US 31: 12/942,078 32: 2010/11/09
33: US 31: 61/260,175 32: 2009/11/11
54: COMPOSITIONS AND PROCESSES FOR
IMPROVING PHOSPHATATION CLARIFICATION
OF SUGAR LIQUORS AND SYRUPS
00: A process for improving phosphatation clarification
of sugars can include adding to a sugar liquor a
composition having at least one particulate sulfur
reagent and at least one or more other particulate
solids selected from, a particulate phosphorous
reagent, a particulate carbonaceous reagent, a
particulate aluminum reagent, a particulate filter aid,
and a particulate ammonium reagent. The
composition can be added to the phosphatation
chemical reaction tank or prior to the phosphatation
chemical reaction tank. Phosphatation chemicals, for
example polymer decolorant, phosphoric acid, lime
and a flocculent, can be added into the process at
least five minutes after adding the composition. In
using the process, the amount of phosphatation
chemicals added is less than the amount of
phosphatation chemicals required in the absence of
addition of the composition or the purity of the sugar
is improved as measured by one or more of color,
turbidity and ash.
21: 2012/04216 22: 11/11/2010 43: 5/26/2016
51: C13D
71: CARBO-UA LIMITED
72: SARIR, EMMANUEL M, BUSHONG, JAMES
33: US 31: 12/942,082 32: 2010/11/09
33: US 31: 61/260,166 32: 2009/11/11
54: COMPOSITIONS AND PROCESSES FOR
IMPROVING CARBONATATION CLARIFICATION
OF SUGAR LIQUORS AND SYRUPS
00: This invention relates to compositions and
processes for improving the carbonatation
clarification of sugar liquors and syrups. The
improved processes involve adding compositions to
a sugar liquor directly in the carbonated liquor
holding tank (after the final carbonatation saturator),
upstream of the carbonated liquor holding tank but
downstream of the final stage Carbonatation
saturator, before filtration of the carbonated liquor, or
at any stage in the sugar purification process. The
compositions provided in this invention are mixed
intimately into the sugar liquors or syrups, and
allowed sufficient time to react to impart an
improvement in the clarified liquor obtained
therefrom. Compositions can include combinations
of one or more of a particulate sulfur reagent,
particulate phosphorous reagent, particulate
aluminum reagent, silica reagent, particulate
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carbonaceous reagent, particulate filter aid, a
polymer decolorant, and particulate ammonium
reagent.
21: 2012/04636 22: 6/20/2012 43: 6/7/2016
51: A61M
71: TEMM INTERNATIONAL (PTY) LTD
72: MATHEWS, Edward Henry, LIEBENBERG,
Leon, PELZER, Ruaan
33: ZA 31: 2009/08784 32: 2009/12/10
54: HAEMODIALYSIS MACHINE RETROFIT AND
CONTROL INSTALLATION AND USE THEREOF
FOR THE TREATMENT OF PROLIFERATIVE
DISORDERS
00: The invention is for a haemodialysis machine retrofit
and control installation, which includes an intakeflow blood glucose sensor and an intake-flow blood
glutamine sensor, a return-flow blood glucose
sensor and return-flow blood glutamine sensor, a
dialysate glucose- and glutamine controller, a central
control unit connected to the blood glucose- and
glutamine sensors, the dialysate glucose- and
glutamine controllers for regulating the glucose and
glutamine levels in the dialysate to obtain required
blood- glucose and glutamine concentrations at the
return-flow blood glucose- and glutamine sensors
and an electroencephalograph (EEG) monitor
providing the central control unit with information
pertaining to spontaneous electro-cerebral activity to
initiate raising of glucose and glutamine levels. The
invention is also for a method of treating a
proliferative disorder in a human or animal, by
reducing via a retrofitted haemodialysis machine
blood- glucose or glutamine concentrations in the
human or animal body for a pre-defined period of
time.
21: 2012/05915 22: 1/5/2011 43: 5/3/2016
51: D21C
71: SUSTAINABLE HEALTH ENTERPRISES (SHE)
72: HUANG, LIYING, SCHARPF, ELIZABETH,
BRICE, HANNAH, VELSON, JOSHUA , SALEHI
OMRAN, SINA , ZHOU, JEFFREY , LICHT,
RACHEL B. , COLTON, CLARK K. , DALZELL,
WILLIAM H.
33: US 31: 61/292,692 32: 2010/01/06
54: HIGHLY ABSORBENT AND RETENTIVE
FIBER MATERIAL
00: A process for producing a water-absorbent highporosity fibrous matrix from lignocellulosic raw
materials, comprising wet mechanical processing of
the raw material, drying, and then dry mechanical
processing the fibers to provide a fibrous matrix is
provided. The high- porosity fibrous matrix and
absorbent articles prepared therefrom are also
provided
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21: 2012/06264 22: 8/20/2012 43: 5/4/2016
51: A61K, A61P, C07D
71: MetrioPharm AG
72: BREU, Josef, BRYSCH, Wolfgang, KAISER,
Astrid, LUDESCHER, Beate, MAASS, Gerrit,
MARTIN, Thomas, MILIUS, Wolfgang,
NIEDERMAIER, Michael
33: EP(CH) 31: 10002067.6 32: 2010/03/01
54: CRYSTALLINE FORMS FOR 5-AMINO-2,3DIHYDROPHTHALAZINE-1,4-DIONE SODIUM
SALT, PHARMACEUTICAL PREPARATIONS
CONTAINING THE SAME AND METHOD FOR
THE PRODUCTION OF SAID FORMS
00: The invention relates to the provision of two novel
crystalline forms I and II for 5-amino-2,3dihydrophthalazine-1,4-dione sodium salt.
Surprisingly it was discovered that form I and form II
have differing immunological effects. This
advantageous property is useful for immune-specific
applications. In addition, both forms have
advantageous physicochemical properties which are
useful in the production, further processing and/or
use of a pharmaceutical preparation of form I, form II
or a mixture of both.
21: 2012/07010 22: 9/18/2012 43: 5/12/2016
51: G05B, H04L
71: Accenture Global Services Limited
72: DORN, John, TAFT, Jeffrey D.
33: US 31: 61/315,897 32: 2010/03/19
54: INTELLIGENT NETWORK
00: A network intelligence system may include a plurality
of sensors located throughout and industry system.
The sensors may obtain data related to various
aspects of the industry network. The network
intelligence system may include system endpoint
intelligence and system infrastructure intelligence.
The system endpoint and system infrastructure
intelligence may provide distributed intelligence
allowing localized decision-making to be made within
the industry system based in response to system
operation and occurrences. The network intelligence
may include a centralized intelligence portion to
communicate with endpoint and infrastructure
intelligence. The centralized intelligence portion may
provide responses on a localized level of the system
or on a system- wide level.
21: 2012/08455 22: 5/5/2011 43: 5/25/2016
51: A61K; A61P
71: NEW YORK UNIVERSITY
72: TORRES, VICTOR J, DUMONT, ASHLEY L
33: US 31: 61/331,550 32: 2010/05/05
54: STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS LEUKOCIDINS,
THERAPEUTIC COMPOSITIONS, AND USES
THEREOF
00: -
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Disclosed herein are isolated and purified
Staphylococcus aureus bi-component leukocidin,
referred to herein as LukAB, and its components
LukA and LukB, antibodies specific to LukA,
antibodies specific to LukB, therapeutic
compositions containing LukA and/or LukB, or anti LukA and/or anti-LukB antibodies, uses of the
compositions to treat acute inflammatory conditions
or S. aureus infection, methods for identifying
inhibitors of LukAB-mediated cytotoxicity of human
phagocytes, and methods for using LukAB as a
marker to predict severity of S. aureus infection
21: 2013/00252 22: 1/10/2013 43: 5/5/2016
51: G05G
71: Leupold & Stevens, Inc.
72: CRISPIN, Quint, HUYNH, Xuyen
33: US 31: 61/585,230 32: 2012/01/10
54: HINGED LID FOR BATTERY COMPARTMENT
IN A MANUALLY ROTATABLE ADJUSTMENT KNOB
00: A rotatable adjustment knob (10, 10') has a knob
body (30, 30') mountable to an optical or electronic
device (34, 34') for rotation about an axis (36, 36')
extending outwardly from the device. The knob
body has an opening (32) into a battery
compartment (14, 14') sized to receive a battery
(16). A lid (12, 12') is pivotably attached to the knob
body for movement between a closed position in
which the lid covers the opening, and an open
position in which the lid is pivoted away from the
opening to provide access to the battery
compartment. The lid remains attached to the knob
body while in both the open and closed positions for
rotation with the knob body about the axis. A
resilient seal (162) confronts the knob body and the
lid while the lid is in the closed position to thereby
seal the opening and the battery compartment. A
latch (134) releasably retains the lid in the closed
position.
21: 2012/09124 22: 12/3/2012 43: 5/12/2016
51: A61K, B01J, C11D
71: Givaudan SA
72: HOTZ, Jutta, DENUELL, Wolfgang
33: GB 31: 1010701.9 32: 2010/06/-25
54: PROCESS FOR PRODUCING
MICROCAPSULES
00: -
The application describes a process for producing
microcapsules which contain a shell made of
polyurea and which surround in their interior a
fragrance oil core, where the shell is obtained by
the reaction of two structurally different
diisocyanates in emulsion form.
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21: 2013/00527 22: 1/21/2013 43: 5/12/2016
51: A01N
71: MONSANTO TECHNOLOGY LLC
72: FINDLEY, Douglas, A., PROSCH, S. Douglas,
FALETTI, Matthew, T., PEREZ-JONES, Alejandro,
BRINKER, Ronald, J.
33: US 31: 61/374,984 32: 2010/08/18
33: US 31: 61/375,029 32: 2010/08/18
54: EARLY APPLICATIONS OF ENCAPSULATED
ACETAMIDES FOR REDUCED INJURY IN CROPS
00: Methods of reducing injury to crop foliage and
achieving weed control using encapsulated
acetamide herbicides in pre-plant or preemergence
crop plant applications are described. A composition
comprising a first population of a particulate
microencapsulated acetamide herbicide and a
second population of a particulate
microencapsulated acetamide herbicide is described
wherein the application mixture exhibits a bimodal
acetamide release profile. The compositions provide
reduced crop injury through controlled herbicide
release.
21: 2013/00550 22: 1/21/2013 43: 5/5/2016
51: A47G, B65D
71: The Coca-Cola Company
72: IWASHITA, Hiromasa
33: JP 31: 2012009259 32: 2012/01/19
54: HANDLE FOR A PLASTIC BOTTLE
00: The handle 30 is provided with a bottom supporting
part 32 that receives the bottom of the bottle 1 and
supports the bottom portion of the bottle 1, a neck
supporting part 34 that mates with the neck 3 of the
bottle 1 and supports this, and a gripping part 36 that
connects the bottom supporting part 32 and the neck
supporting part 34. The neck supporting part 34 has
a first engagement part 60 and a second
engagement part 62 with which the neck 3 can
engage and disengage. The gripping part 36 exists
as an extension in the vertical direction in such a
manner that it runs along the body 5 of the bottle 1 in
the event that the neck 3 is engaged with the first
engagement part 60, and exists as an extension that
is slanted relative to the vertical direction in such a
manner that it draws apart from the bottle 1 in the
event that the neck 3 is engaged with the second
engagement part 62.
21: 2013/01060 22: 2/8/2013 43: 5/12/2016
51: A01K, C07K, C12N
71: REGENERON PHARMACEUTICALS, INC.
72: STEVENS, Sean, MACDONALD, Lynn,
MURPHY, Andrew, J., GURER, Cagan, HOSIAWA,
Karolina, A.
33: US 31: 61/369,909 32: 2010/08/02
54: MICE THAT MAKE BINDING PROTEINS
COMPRISING VL DOMAINS
00: Genetically modified mice and methods for making
and using them are provided, wherein the mice
comprise a replacement of all or substantially all
immunoglobulin heavy chain V gene segments, D
gene segments, and J gene segments with at least
one light chain V gene segment and at least one
light chain J gene segment. Mice that make binding
proteins that comprise a light chain variable domain
operably linked to a heavy chain constant region are
provided. Binding proteins that contain an
immunoglobulin light chain variable domain,
including a somatically hypermutated light chain
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variable domain, fused with a heavy chain constant
region, are provided. Modified cells, embryos, and
mice that encode sequences for making the binding
proteins are provided.
21: 2013/01338 22: 2/20/2013 43: 5/5/2016
51: A61K, C12P
71: Gilead Biologics, Inc
72: MCCAULEY, Scott Alan, VAYSBERG, Maria
33: US 31: 61/377,886 32: 2010/08/27
54: ANTIBODIES TO MATRIX
METALLOPROTEINASE 9
00: The present disclosure provides compositions and
methods of use involving binding proteins, e.g.,
antibodies and antigen-binding fragments thereof,
that bind to the matrix metalloproteinase-9 (MMP9)
protein (MMP9 is also known as gelatinase-B),
wherein the binding proteins comprise an
immunoglobulin (Ig) heavy chain (or functional
fragment thereof) and an Ig light chain (or functional
fragment thereof).
21: 2013/02432 22: 10/7/2011 43: 5/3/2016
51: C07K; A61K; G01N
71: AC IMMUNE S.A., KATHOLIEKE
UNIVERSITEIT LEUVEN
72: PFEIFER, ANDREA, MUHS, ANDREAS,
LEUVEN, FRED VAN, PIHLGREN, MARIA,
ADOLFSSON, OSKAR
33: EP 31: 10186810.7 32: 2010/10/07
33: EP 31: 11174248.2 32: 2011/07/15
54: PHOSPHOSPECIFIC ANTIBODIES
RECOGNISING TAU
00: The present invention relates to methods and
compositions for the therapeutic and diagnostic use
in the treatment of diseases and disorders which are
caused by or associated with neurofibrillary tangles.
In particular, the invention relates to antibodies,
which specifically recognize and bind to
phosphorylated pathological protein tau-conformers
and to methods and compositions involving said
antibodies for the therapeutic and diagnostic use in
the treatment of tauopathies including Alzheimer's
Disease (AD).
21: 2013/02901 22: 10/25/2011 43: 5/4/2016
51: C12Q
71: SYNTHETIC GENOMICS, INC.
72: KEROVUO, JANNE S, MCCANN, RYAN T
33: US 31: 61/406,530 32: 2010/10/25
54: METHOD FOR HIGH-THROUGHPUT
IDENTIFICATION OF MICROBIAL ANTAGONISTS
AGAINST PATHOGENS
00: The present invention relates to high-throughput
methods of screening biological samples to identify
microorganisms having potential utilities as
biocontrol agents. The methods include, for
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example, the use of multitest platforms for the
simultaneous identification of microorganisms having
biocontrol activity, including those useful in
improving plant, animal, and human health. In
particular, the present invention provides screening
methods suitable for identification of microorganisms
having potential applications in combating diseases
caused by plant pathogens. The disclosure also
provides microorganisms having biocontrol activity
that are identified by the screening methods
disclosed herein.
21: 2013/03483 22: 5/13/2013 43: 5/5/2016
51: A61K, C07D
71: Abbott Laboratories
72: SCHRIMPF, Michael R., NERSESIAN, Diana L.,
SIPPY, Kevin B., JI, Jianguo, LI, Tao, SCANIO,
Marc, SHI, Lei, LEE, Chih-Hung, BUNNELLE,
Willaim H., ZHANG, Geoff G. Z., BRACKEMEYER,
Paul J., CHEN, Shuang, HENRY, Rodger F.
33: US 31: 60/856,992 32: 2006/11/06
54: AZAADAMANTANE DERIVATIVES AND
THEIR USES AS NICOTINIC ACETYLCHOLINE
RECEPTORS LIGANDS
00: The invention relates to compounds that are
azaadamantane derivatives of formula (I),
particularly ether- or amine -substituted
azaadamantane derivatives and salts and prodrugs
thereof, compositions comprising such compounds,
methods of using such compounds and
compositions, processes for preparing such
compounds, and intermediates obtained during such
processes.
21: 2013/03501 22: 11/14/2011 43: 5/25/2016
51: A61K; A61P
71: FIVE PRIME THERAPEUTICS, INC.
72: KEER, HAROLD
33: US 31: 61/413,940 32: 2010/11/15
33: US 31: 61/421,462 32: 2010/12/09
54: TREATMENT OF CANCER WITH ELEVATED
DOSAGES OF SOLUBLE FGFR1 FUSION
PROTEINS
00: The present invention provides methods of treating a
patient having a cancer comprising administering to
the patient a soluble Fibroblast Growth Factor
Receptor 1 (FGFR1) fusion protein such as an
extracellular domain of an FGFR1 polypeptide linked
to an Fc polypeptide or another fusion partner. The
fusion protein may be administered at a dose of at
least about 2 mg/kg body weight. In some
embodiments, the patient has a fibroblast growth
factor-2 (FGF-2) plasma concentration of at least 6
pg/ml. In some embodiments, the cancer is
characterized by a Fibroblast Growth Factor
Receptor 2 (FGFR2) having a ligand-dependent
activating mutation.
21: 2013/03573 22: 11/14/2011 43: 5/25/2016
51: A61K; A61P; C07K
71: FIVE PRIME THERAPEUTICS, INC.
72: LONG, LI, BRENNAN, THOMAS
33: US 31: 61/413,940 32: 2010/11/15
33: US 31: 61/421,462 32: 2010/12/09
54: FGFR1 EXTRACELLULAR DOMAIN
COMBINATION THERAPIES
00: -
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Methods of treating cancer comprising administering
a fibroblast growth factor receptor 1 (FGFR1)
extracellular domain (ECD) and/or an FGFR1 ECD
fusion molecule in combination with at least one
additional therapeutic agent selected from docetaxel,
paclitaxel, vincristine, carboplatin, cisplatin,
oxaliplatin, doxorubicin, 5-fluorouracil (5-FU),
leucovorin, pemetrexed, and bevacizumab are
provided. Dosage packs comprising an FGFR1 ECD
and/or an FGFR1 ECD fusion molecule and/or at
least one additional therapeutic agent selected from
docetaxel, paclitaxel, vincristine, carboplatin,
cisplatin, oxaliplatin, doxorubicin, 5-fluorouracil (5FU), leucovorin, pemetrexed, and bevacizumab are
also provided. In some embodiments, a dosage pack
comprises instructions for administering FGFR1
ECD and/or FGFR1 ECD fusion molecule with at
least one additional therapeutic agent.
The present invention relates to paint, ink and other
coating formulations, particularly alkyd-based
formulations comprising metal driers, such as ironand manganese-containing compounds, which
exhibit a reduced propensity to develop a skin on
storage.
21: 2013/04756 22: 6/25/2013 43: 5/5/2016
51: A61K, A61P, C07D
71: AbbVie Deutschland GmbH & Co. KG
72: TURNER, Sean Colm, MACK, Helmut, BAKKER,
Margaretha Henrica Maria, VAN GAALEN, Marcel,
HOFT, Carolin, HORNBERGER, Wilfried
33: US 31: 61/428,478 32: 2010/12/30
54: HETEROCYCLIC COMPOUNDS AND THEIR
USE AS GLYCOGEN SYNTHASE KINASE-3
INHIBITORS
00: The present invention relates to novel heterocyclic
compounds of formula (I), wherein the variables are
as defined in the claims or the description, which are
useful for inhibiting glycogen synthase kinase 3
(GSK-3), compositions containing the compounds,
their use for preparing a medicament for the
treatment of a medical disorder susceptible to the
treatment with a compound that modulates,
preferably inhibits, the activity of glycogen synthase
kinase 3ß, and methods of treatment of medical
disorders susceptible to treatment with a compound
that modulates glycogen synthase kinase 3ß activity
using the compounds.
21: 2013/04747 22: 1/6/2012 43: 5/26/2016
51: C09D
71: OMG UK TECHNOLOGY LIMITED
72: HAGE, RONALD, GOL, FRANJO, GIBBS,
HUGH WYNN, MAAIJEN, KARIN
33: EP 31: 11250005.3 32: 2011/01/06
54: ANTISKINNING COMPOSITIONS
00: -
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21: 2013/04780 22: 6/26/2013 43: 5/5/2016
51: H04N
71: Sony Corporation
72: TANAKA, Junichi
33: JP 31: 2011-027896 32: 2011/02/10
54: IMAGE PROCESSING DEVICE AND IMAGE
PROCESSING METHOD
00: [Problem] To moderate the decrease of encoding
efficiency accompanying the update of a
quantization matrix. [Solution] Provided is an image
processing device provided with: an acquisition unit
for acquiring a quantization matrix parameter from
an encoded stream wherein the quantization matrix
parameter defining a quantization matrix is set in a
parameter set different from a sequence parameter
set and a picture parameter set; a setting unit for
setting a quantization matrix to be used at the time
of the inverse quantization of data decoded from the
encoded stream, on the basis of the quantization
matrix parameter acquired by the acquisition unit;
and an inverse quantization unit for inverse
quantization of the data decoded from the encoded
stream using the quantization matrix set by the
setting unit.
21: 2013/04810 22: 6/27/2013 43: 5/5/2016
51: B41J
71: SICPA HOLDING SA
72: CAPPELLO, Paolo, FOGATO, Corrado,
GIORDANO, Norma, TRINGALI, Baldassarre
33: IT 31: MI2010A002478 32: 2010/12/30
54: INK-JET PRINTER FOR PRINTING ON CARDS
00: Ink-jet printer for printing cards comprising: a storage
zone (10) wherein cards (11) are stored; an
extraction station (20) adapted to extract a card (11')
from the cards (11) of the storage zone (10); a
support carriage (40) on which the card (11')
extracted by the extraction station (20) is placed; a
printing station (50) where the card (11') is brought
by the carriage (40), the printing station (50)
comprising an ink-jet printhead (51) for printing on
the card (11'). The cards (11) comprise a
thermoplastic material. The ink-jet printhead (51) is
provided with a reservoir (52) containing an ink, that
comprises: a medium consisting of a low-boiling
organic solvent; an auxiliary solvent consisting of a
high-boiling organic solvent; a colouring component
soluble in said medium. The carriage (40) is
provided with a heating system (42) for heating the
card (11') during operation of the printing station
(50).
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21: 2013/04812 22: 6/27/2013 43: 5/5/2016
51: B41J
71: SICPA HOLDING SA
72: CAPPELLO, Paolo, MONDINO, Mauro
33: IT 31: MI2010A002480 32: 2010/12/30
54: INK-JET PRINTER FOR PRINTING ON CARDS
00: Ink-jet printer for printing on cards comprising: a
printing station (50) for ink-jet printing on a card (11),
the printing station (50) including a printhead (51)
coupled to a reservoir (52) containing an ink, said ink
comprising: a medium consisting of a low-boiling
organic solvent, an auxiliary solvent consisting of a
high-boiling organic solvent, and a colouring
component soluble in said medium. The printer (1)
further comprises: a support carriage (40) for the
card (11), that is moved on a guide plate (41) by a
driving motor (DM); one or more reference members
(RM). The guide plate (41) is interposed between the
printhead (51) and the reference members (RM).
The printer (1) further comprises a detection device
(DD) mounted on the carriage (40), and adapted to
detect the reference members (RM) and generate a
corresponding main signal (MS); a control unit (U),
that receives the main signal (MS) and regulates the
driving motor (DM) according to the main signal
(MS).
21: 2013/05060 22: 7/5/2013 43: 6/10/2016
51: A61K, A61P, C07D
71: REATA PHARMACEUTICALS, INC.
72: ANDERSON, Eric, BOLTON, Gary, L.,
CAPRATHE, Bradley, JIANG, Xin, LEE, Chitase,
ROARK, William, H., VISNICK, Melean
33: US 31: 61/424,601 32: 2010/12/17
54: PYRAZOLYL AND PYRIMIDINYL TRICYCLIC
ENONES AS ANTIOXIDANT INFLAMMATION
MODULATORS
00: Disclosed herein are novel antioxidant inflammation
modulators, including those of the formula: (I),
wherein the variables are defined herein. Also
provided are pharmaceutical compositions, kits and
articles of manufacture comprising such compounds.
Methods and intermediates useful for making the
compounds, and methods of using the compounds
and compositions thereof are also provided.
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21: 2013/05118 22: 7/8/2013 43: 5/5/2016
51: G06K, H04N
71: SICPA HOLDING SA
72: CATTARINUSSI, Serge, DIMITRIJEVIC, Ana,
REGAMEY, Yves-Julien
54: INK JET PRINTING METHOD
00: Present invention relates to an ink jet printing
method implemented in a computer system
comprising the steps of providing an ensemble of
dots to be printed, running through the ensemble of
the dots to be printed, deleting, for each dot of the
ensemble of the dots, all the neighbouring dots
whose distance is less than at least one
predetermined value (Dmin) and keep non deleted
dots as remaining dots, assigning the remaining dots
to a certain layer corresponding to the run, removing
the remaining dots from the ensemble of the dots,
and starting again at the running step for a further
run if there are further dots in the ensemble of the
dots or stop so as to have all dots assigned to
printing layers corresponding to the number of runs
done.
21: 2013/05127 22: 7/8/2013 43: 5/5/2016
51: G01N
71: Nestec S.A.
72: YI, Cuiyi, GAO, Ming, FENG, Ping, BURGHER,
Anita
33: US 31: 61/421,278 32: 2010/12/09
54: QUANTITATION OF LACTOFERRIN IN
INFANT FORMULAS BY ELECTROPHORESIS
USING IR FLUORESCENCE IMAGING
00: -
A method of quantitatively measuring the total
lactoferrin content of an infant formula using
electrophoresis and infrared fluorescence
detection.
21: 2013/05282 22: 7/12/2013 43: 5/5/2016
51: A61K, C07K, C12N
71: Roche Glycart AG
72: AST, Oliver, BRUENKER, Peter, FREIMOSERGRUNDSCHOBER, Anne, HERTER, Sylvia,
HOFER, Thomas U., HOSSE, Ralf, KLEIN,
Christian, MOESSNER, Ekkehard, NICOLINI,
Valeria G., UMANA, Pablo
33: EP(CH) 31: 11153964.9 32: 2011/02/10
54: MUTANT INTERLEUKIN-2 POLYPEPTIDES
00: The present invention generally relates to mutant
interleukin-2 polypeptides that exhibit reduced
affinity to the a-subunit of the IL-2 receptor, for use
as immunotherapeutic agents. In addition, the
invention relates to immunoconjugates comprising
said mutant IL-2 polypeptides, polynucleotide
molecules encoding the mutant IL-2 polypeptides or
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immunoconjugates, and vectors and host cells
comprising such polynucleotide molecules. The
invention further relates to methods for producing
the mutant IL-2 polypeptides or immunoconjugates,
pharmaceutical compositions comprising the same,
and uses thereof.
21: 2013/05285 22: 7/12/2013 43: 5/5/2016
51: A61K, A61Q
71: Colgate-Palmolive Company
72: PILLAI, Shyamala, FEI, Lin, XU, Guofeng
54: ORAL CARE COMPOSITIONS
00: Described herein are compositions comprising an
active compound from an extract of magnolia, or a
derivative thereof; and a non-surfactant electrolyte in
an amount effective to stabilize the composition, and
methods of making and using the same.
21: 2013/05318 22: 7/15/2013 43: 5/5/2016
51: C07C, C10G
71: Badger Licensing LLC
72: HWANG, Shyh-Yuan H., BIRKHOFF, Ronald,
GUARINO, Richard F., MOY, J. Erik, PETERS,
Joseph C.
33: PCT/US 31: 2011/023900 32: 2011/02/07
54: PROCESS FOR REDUCING THE BENZENE
CONTENT OF GASOLINE
00: In a process for alkylating benzene contained in a
benzene-containing refinery gasoline stream, the
benzene-containing refinery gasoline stream is
contacted with an alkylating agent selected from one
or more C2 to C5 olefins in at least one alkylation
reaction zone under alkylation conditions to produce
an alkylated effluent which has reduced benzene
content as compared with said refinery gasoline
stream and is essentially free of said alkylating
agent. An aliquot of the alkylated effluent is then
recycled to the one at least one alkylation reaction
zone such that the molar ratio of alkylatable aromatic
compounds to said alkylating agent in the combined
refinery gasoline and recycle streams introduced into
the at least one alkylation reaction zone is at least
1.0:1.
54: DEVICE AND METHOD FOR QUANTIZING
THE GAINS OF THE ADAPTIVE AND FIXED
CONTRIBUTIONS OF THE EXCITATION IN A
CELP CODEC
00: A device and method for quantizing a gain of a fixed
contribution of an excitation in a frame, including
sub-frames, of a coded sound signal, wherein the
gain of the fixed excitation contribution is estimated
in a sub-frame using a parameter representative of a
classification of the frame. The gain of the fixed
excitation contribution is then quantized in the subframe using the estimated gain. The device and
method is used in jointly quantizing gains of adaptive
and fixed contributions of an excitation in a frame of
a coded sound signal. For retrieving a quantized
gain of a fixed contribution of an excitation in a subframe of a frame, the gain of the fixed excitation
contribution is estimated using a parameter
representative of a classification of the frame, a gain
codebook supplies a correction factor in response to
a received, gain codebook index, and a multiplier
multiplies the estimated gain by the correction factor
to provide a quantized gain of the fixed excitation
contribution.
21: 2013/05431 22: 7/18/2013 43: 5/5/2016
51: G10L
71: Voiceage Corporation
72: MALENOVSKY, Vladimir
33: US 31: 61/442,960 32: 2011/02/15
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21: 2013/05493 22: 7/19/2013 43: 5/5/2016
51: C07K
71: Imperial Innovations Limited
72: BLOOM, Stephen Robert
33: GB 31: 1101459.4 32: 2011/01/27
54: NOVEL COMPOUNDS AND THEIR EFFECTS
ON FEEDING BEHAVIOUR
00: Peptide analogues of PYY, compositions comprising
said analogues, and methods of using said
analogues for the treatment and prevention of
metabolic disorders, for example disorders of energy
metabolism such as diabetes and obesity, and for
reduction in appetite, reduction in food intake or
reduction of calorie intake in a subject, are provided
herein.
21: 2013/05495 22: 7/19/2013 43: 5/5/2016
51: A61K, A61P, C07D
71: AstraZeneca AB
72: CSJERNYIK, Gabor, KARLSTRÖM, Sofia,
KERS, Annika, KOLMODIN, Karin, NYLÖF, Martin,
ÖHBERG, Liselotte, RAKOS, Laszlo, SANDBERG,
Lars, SEHGELMEBLE, Fernando, SÖDERMAN,
Peter, SWAHN, Britt-Marie, VON BERG, Stefan
33: US 31: 61/425,852 32: 2010/12/22
54: COMPOUNDS AND THEIR USE AS BACE
INHIBITORS
00: The present invention relates to compounds of
formula (I) and their pharmaceutical compositions. In
addition, the present invention relates to therapeutic
methods for the treatment and/or prevention of ?ßrelated pathologies such as Down's syndrome, ßamyloid angiopathy such as but not limited to
cerebral amyloid angiopathy or hereditary cerebral
hemorrhage, disorders associated with cognitive
impairment such as but not limited to MCI ("mild
cognitive impairment"), Alzheimer's disease, memory
loss, attention deficit symptoms associated with
Alzheimer's disease, neurodegeneration associated
with diseases such as Alzheimer's disease or
dementia including dementia of mixed vascular and
degenerative origin, pre-senile dementia, senile
dementia and dementia associated with Parkinson's
disease.
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comprising disc members (8, 9) with apertures (81,
91) therein, one of the disc (9) being rotatable and
cooperating with a rotatable shaft (11).
21: 2013/05502 22: 7/19/2013 43: 5/5/2016
51: A47J
71: Nestec S.A.
72: LAITHIER, Karine, CONTAL, Alain, FABOZZI,
Thierry Jean Robert, MANDRALIS, Zenon Ioannis,
SCORRANO, Lucio
33: EP(CH) 31: 10196371.8 32: 2010/12/22
54: SYSTEM OF A CONTAINER FOR STORING
AND DISPENSING A PRODUCT AND A MACHINE
FOR DOSING THE PRODUCT
00: The invention concerns a container (1) for storing
and dispensing a flowable product comprising a tank
(2) and a dispensing closure for dispensing the
product from the tank comprising disc member (3, 4)
with apertures(31, 41) therein, one of the disc (4)
being rotatable and susceptible to cooperate with a
rotatable shaft. The invention also concerns a
machine susceptible to be fed with a flowable
product stored in such a container, said machine
21: 2013/05624 22: 7/24/2013 43: 5/5/2016
51: F02B
71: Synapse Engineering, Inc.
72: MEDINA, Peter Johann
33: US 31: 61/441,225 32: 2011/02/09
54: TURBOCHARGER CONTROL STRATEGY TO
INCREASE EXHAUST MANIFOLD PRESSURE
00: A system for controlling an exhaust driven
turbocharging system includes a turbocharger
having an exhaust inlet, a discharge outlet, a
compressor air inlet, and a compressor outlet, a
compressor bypass valve having a control port, an
inlet port, a discharge port, and a valve for opening
and closing the discharge port, and an engine
having an air inlet and an exhaust outlet, and may
include a wastegate. In the system the compressor
outlet of the turbocharger is connected to the air inlet
of the engine and is connected to the inlet port of the
compressor bypass valve. By controlling the
compressor bypass valve and the wastegate higher
turbine inlet pressures can be generated for use in
other areas of the system. This is achieved by
opening the compressor bypass valve in an
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unconventional area of the internal combustion
engine's range where it would normally remain
closed.
21: 2013/05692 22: 7/26/2013 43: 5/5/2016
51: F24J, G01M, G02B, H01L
71: Airlight Energy IP SA
72: PEDRETTI-RODI, Andrea
33: CH 31: 144/11 32: 2011/01/28
54: METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR
MEASURING THE REFLECTION PROPERTIES OF
A REFLECTOR
00: The invention comprises a method and an apparatus
for gauging a reflector for radiation during operation
of said reflector, in which method, in order to
determine the present reflection properties of the
reflector in a number of at least one measurement
point provided in the path of the radiation reflected
by the reflector, the pattern of predetermined
properties of the presently reflected radiation is
measured and compared with a predetermined
reference pattern, wherein a conclusion is drawn
from the comparison on the present geometric
properties of the reflector and, in the event of
undesirable geometric properties, corresponding
operational parameters of the reflector are altered.
Preferably, this method is used in trough collectors
for solar power plants in order to gauge flexible
concentrators arranged in a pressure cell during
operation of said concentrators.
21: 2013/05998 22: 8/8/2013 43: 5/5/2016
51: A01K, C07K, C12N
71: Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
72: MACDONALD, Lynn, STEVENS, Sean,
MURPHY, Andrew J.
33: US 31: 61/446,895 32: 2011/02/25
54: ADAM6 MICE
00: Mice are provided that comprise a reduction or
deletion of ADAM6 activity from an endogenous
ADAM6 locus, or that lack an endogenous locus
encoding a mouse ADAM6 protein, wherein the mice
comprise a sequence encoding an ADAM6 or
ortholog or homolog or fragment thereof that is
functional in a male mouse. In one embodiment, the
sequence is an ectopic ADAM6 sequence or a
sequence that confers upon a male mouse the ability
to generate offspring by mating. Mice and cells with
genetically modified immunoglobulin heavy chain
loci that comprise an ectopic nucleotide sequence
encoding a mouse ADAM6 or functional fragment or
homolog or ortholog thereof are also provided.
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51: G05D, H01M
71: Altergy Systems
72: GARRETTSON, Glen, GRUPP, David, DABEL,
Jeremy
33: US 31: 61/444,595 32: 2011/02/18
54: INTEGRATED RECIRCULATING FUEL CELL
SYSTEM
00: A PEM fuel system includes a fuel cell stack
comprising one or more PEM fuel cells and fan
configured to provide process air to supply oxidizer
to and cool the fuel cell stack. The system has an air
duct coupled to the fan and the fuel cell stack, and
an electrical service load coupled to the fuel cell
stack for receiving electrical power generated from
reactions within the fuel cell stack. The system
further includes as auxiliary electrical load coupled to
the fuel cell stack and located within the air duct to
reduce potentials across the fuel cell stack. The air
duct is configured to direct the flow of air to the fuel
cell stack and auxiliary electrical load to provide
cooling air to the fuel cell stack and auxiliary
electrical load.
21: 2013/06054 22: 8/12/2013 43: 5/5/2016
51: G01N
71: Hill's Pet Nutrition, Inc.
72: AL-MURRANI, Samer Waleed, GAO, Xiangming,
MALLADI, Sukhaswami
54: COMPOSITIONS AND METHODS FOR
DIAGNOSING AND TREATING KIDNEY
DISORDERS IN A FELINE
00: The present invention provides a method of
diagnosing the existence of a kidney disorder in a
feline comprising measuring the level of expression
of one or more biomarkers selected from the group
consisting of lumican; collagen alpha 1 (111) chain,
variant 12; decorin; secreted frizzled-related protein
2; retinol binding protein 5; MMP-2; MMP-7; and
MMP- 19, in a biological sample from the feline,
wherein differences in expression of the one or more
biomarkers in the sample relative to a control value
for expression in a sample from a normal animal
indicate the existence of a kidney disorder; a method
of treating a feline so diagnosed; and compositions,
reagents and kits for carrying out the specified
methods.
21: 2013/06193 22: 8/16/2013 43: 5/11/2016
51: A61K, A61P, C07D
71: Actelion Pharmaceuticals Ltd
72: BOLLI, Martin, LESCOP, Cyrille, MATHYS,
Boris, MORRISON, Keith, MUELLER, Claus,
NAYLER, Oliver, STEINER, Beat
33: PCT/IB(CH) 31: 2011/050241 32: 2011/01/19
54: 2-METHOXY-PYRIDIN-4-YL DERIVATIVES
00: -
21: 2013/06197 22: 8/16/2013 43: 5/11/2016
51: C07H
71: Chromatin, Inc.
72: LUO, Song, COPENHAVER, Gregory P.,
PREUSS, Daphne
33: US 31: 61/436,484 32: 2011/01/26
54: CENTROMERE SEQUENCES DERIVED FROM
SUGAR CANE AND MINICHROMOSOMES
COMPRISING THE SAME
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00: The invention is generally related to sugar cane
mini-chromosomes containing sugar cane
centromere sequences. In addition, the invention
provides for methods of generating sugar cane
plants transformed with these sugar cane minichromosomes. Sugar cane mini-chromosomes with
novel compositions and structures are used to
transform sugar cane cells which are in turn used to
generate sugar cane plants. Methods for generating
sugar cane plants include methods for delivering the
sugar cane mini-chromosomes into sugar cane cell
to transform the cell, methods for selecting the
transformed cell, and methods for isolating sugar
cane plants transformed with the sugarcane minichromosome.
33: US 31: 61/116,672 32: 2008/11/21
54: VECTOR COMPRISING MULTIPLE
HOMOLOGOUS NUCLEOTIDE SEQUENCES
00: The invention relates to vectors comprising two or
more homologous nucleotide sequences and
methods for generating them. The invention
concerns substituting bases in the homologous
nucleotide sequences with different bases that do
not alter the encoded amino acid sequence. The
invention allows for the reduction of intramolecular
recombination between homologous nucleotide
sequences, in particular in mammalian cells. The
invention further relates to nucleotide sequences
containing substituted bases.
21: 2013/06276 22: 8/20/2013 43: 5/11/2016
51: A23L, A61K, C12R
71: MYGALAXY Limited Company
72: JIANG, Yiwei
33: US 31: 61/447,703 32: 2011/03/01
54: SPORULATION-DEFICIENT B. TEXASPORUS
CELLS AND METHODS FOR EFFICIENT AND
COST-EFFECTIVE INACTIVATION AND USE
THEREOF
00: Novel strains and methods for their use are
provided. Particularly, foods and other oral products
or treatments containing sporulation deficient
Brevibacillus strain when administered to a subject
can inhibit or reduce the number of pathogens in the
subject and improve the health of the subject.
21: 2013/06331 22: 11/20/2009 43: 5/6/2016
51: C12N
71: BAVARIAN NORDIC A/S
72: STEIGERWALD, ROBIN
21: 2013/06398 22: 8/23/2013 43: 5/11/2016
51: A23G, A23L
71: Premier Nutrition Corporation
72: SAVANT, Vivek Dilip, HAILE, Tesfalidet,
JIMENEZ, Frank Craig, BOICE, Cynthia Marie,
WELSH, Karlyn Ross, ZALTAS, Eric Scott, GUAN,
Junjie, REAVLIN, Lisa Diane
33: US 31: 61/643,371 32: 2012/05/07
54: PUREE COMPOSITIONS HAVING SPECIFIC
CARBOHYDRATE RATIOS AND METHODS FOR
USING SAME
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00: Nutritional compositions containing carbohydrates
for maximizing performance and methods for using
same are provided. The nutritional compositions
provide a refreshing and easy to consume
composition that provides adequate amounts and
types of nutrition to provide the body with proper fuel
for performance. The performance may be, for
example, athletic, academic, or other performances
requiring physical stamina and/or mental alertness.
In an embodiment, the nutritional compositions are
puree compositions including dextrose, dextrose
polymers, crystalline fructose, corn syrup, and/or
other grain/nut syrups including rice syrup, agave
syrup, and/or palm syrup, and at least one pureed
fruit and/or vegetable. The compositions have a
carbohydrate fraction having glucose and fructose in
a weight ratio from about 0.5:1 to about 5:1.
21: 2013/06401 22: 8/23/2013 43: 5/5/2016
51: A23G, A23L
71: Premier Nutrition Corporation
72: SAVANT, Vivek Dilip, HAILE, Tesfalidet,
JIMENEZ, Frank Craig, BOICE, Cynthia Marie,
WELSH, Karlyn Ross, ZALTAS, Eric Scott, GUAN,
Junjie, REAVLIN, Lisa Diane
33: US 31: 61/643,371 32: 2012/05/07
54: PUREE COMPOSITIONS HAVING SPECIFIC
CARBOHYDRATE RATIOS AND METHODS FOR
USING SAME
00: Nutritional compositions containing carbohydrates
for maximizing performance and methods for using
same are provided. The nutritional compositions
provide a refreshing and easy to consume
composition that provides adequate amounts and
types of nutrition to provide the body with proper fuel
for performance. The performance may be, for
example, athletic, academic, or other performances
requiring physical stamina and/or mental alertness.
In an embodiment, the nutritional compositions are
puree compositions including dextrose, dextrose
polymers, crystalline fructose, corn syrup, and/or
other grain/nut syrups including rice syrup, agave
syrup, and/or palm syrup, and at least one pureed
fruit and/or vegetable. The compositions have a
carbohydrate fraction having glucose and fructose in
a weight ratio from about 0.5:1 to about 5:1.
21: 2013/06405 22: 8/26/2013 43: 6/14/2016
51: B65D, B66C
71: Load and Move (Pty) Ltd
72: CHALMERS, Matthew William, PINDER, Garry
Mark
33: AU 31: 2011900323 32: 2011/02/02
54: Container, Container Construction, Handling
Method and apparatus
00: The present invention provides a lid (400) for an
open container (100, 13.10), a lid lifting system
(13.100), a tippler (13.200) with the improved lid
lifting system (13.100) and a method of lifting a
container. The lid and lifting arrangement includes
an apertured receiving formation (401) on an upper
side of a lid (100) to receive a lift member (13.40).
The lift member (13.40) can do one or more than
one of the following: engaging the formation (401)
will unlock a locking mechanism (13.42, 458) holding
the lid (400) to a container (100); or allow the lift
member (13.40) to be rotated to thereby unlock the
locking mechanism (13.42, 458) which locks the lid
(400) to the container (100), while simultaneously
locking the lift member (13.40, 458) to the lid (400).
A lifting device which is able to perform such actions
is also disclosed, and a method to operate the lifting
device.
21: 2013/06481 22: 8/28/2013 43: 5/11/2016
51: A61K, C07K
71: GlobeImmune, Inc.
72: APELIAN, David, KING, Thomas H., GUO,
Zhimin, COESHOTT, Claire
33: US 31: 61/442,204 32: 2011/02/12
54: YEAST-BASED THERAPEUTIC FOR
CHRONIC HEPATITIS B INFECTION
00: -
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Disclosed are yeast-based immunotherapeutic
compositions, hepatitis B virus (HBV) antigens, and
fusion proteins for the treatment and/or prevention of
HBV infection and symptoms thereof, as well as
methods of using the yeast-based
immunotherapeutic compositions, HBV antigens,
and fusion proteins for the prophylactic and/or
therapeutic treatment of HBV and/or symptoms
thereof.
messages received from the wireless relay modules
and, in response, to transmit text message
information to the wireless relay modules to be
relayed to one or more text messaging recipients.
21: 2013/06524 22: 8/29/2013 43: 5/5/2016
51: G06F
71: Covidien LP
72: GAINES, Robert B., WIESNER, Joel D.,
BANKERT, Shawn
33: US 31: 13/037,886 32: 2011/03/01
54: REMOTE MONITORING SYSTEMS FOR
MONITORING MEDICAL DEVICES VIA WIRELESS
COMMUNICATION NETWORKS
00: A remote monitoring system for monitoring a plurality
of medical devices at a patient care or home care
facility. The system includes a device integration
server in communication with wireless relay modules
for receiving data packets from the medical devices
including an identifier and data for each medical
device. The system also includes a data
management system and an outbound web server.
The data management system is configured to log
data for the medical devices. The web server is
configured to provide webpages including the data of
the medical devices for display on a remote
monitoring computer, subject to authentication of an
associated data request from the monitoring
computer. The Web server is configurable to look up
patient information from a secure source when user
has appropriate permissions. In addition, the device
integration server is configured to process alert
21: 2013/06550 22: 8/30/2013 43: 5/11/2016
51: G11B
71: Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.
72: MOON, Won-hyung, PARK, Hae-kwang
33: US 31: 61/438,295 32: 2011/02/01
54: METHOD OF OUTPUTTING AUDIO SIGNAL
AND AUDIO SIGNAL OUTPUT APPARATUS
USING THE METHOD
00: An audio signal output apparatus includes a
modulation signal generator for generating a first
modulation signal by pulse-modulating an input
audio signal of one channel using a first carrier
signal or a first sampling clock, which has a first
frequency; a vacuum tube filter unit comprising a
vacuum tube and for generating a vacuum tube
signal by allowing the first modulation signal to pass
through the vacuum tube a frequency modulation
unit for generating a second modulation signal by
pulse-modulating the vacuum tube signal and a
power switching amplifier for outputting an
amplification signal corresponding to the second
modulation signal.
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54: SPIROCYCLIC ISOXAZOLINE DERIVATIVES
AS ANTIPARASITIC AGENTS
00: -
21: 2013/06552 22: 8/30/2013 43: 5/11/2016
51: A61K, A61P, C07D
71: Daiichi Sankyo Company, Limited
72: SUGIMOTO, Yuuichi, UOTO, Kouichi,
MIYAZAKI, Masaki, SETOGUCHI, Masaki,
TANIGUCHI, Toru, YOSHIDA, Keisuke,
YAMAGUCHI, Akitake, YOSHIDA, Shoko,
WAKABAYASHI, Takanori
33: JP 31: 2011-052687 32: 2011-03-10
54: DISPIROPYRROLIDINE DERIVATIVE
00: -
21: 2013/06817 22: 9/10/2013 43: 5/3/2016
51: A01N, C07D
71: Zoetis Services LLC
72: BILLEN, Denis, CHUBB, Nathan Anthony Logan,
CURTIS, Michael, GREENWOOD, Sean DW,
MENON, Sanjay, STUK, Timothy, VAILLANCOURT,
Valerie A.
33: US 31: 61/451,256 32: 2011/03/10
21: 2013/06933 22: 9/16/2013 43: 6/7/2016
51: A61K, A61M, A61P
71: BIOGEN IDEC INC.
72: DEYKIN, Aaron
33: US 31: 61/452,807 32: 2011/03/15
33: US 31: 61/476,930 32: 2011/04/19
54: METHOD FOR REDUCING FLU-LIKE
SYMPTOMS ASSOCIATED WITH
INTRAMUSCULAR ADMINISTRATION OF
INTERFERON USING A FAST TITRATION
ESCALATING DOSING REGIMEN
00: The present invention provides a method for treating
multiple sclerosis (MS), and for reducing flu-like
symptoms associated with administration of an
interferon to a patient with MS. The method involves
intramuscularly administering the interferon to the
MS patient according to an escalating dosing
regimen in weeks 1 to 3, and a full therapeutically
effective dose of interferon in week 4. In one
embodiment of the invention, the escalating dosing
regimen comprises administering one quarter of the
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therapeutically effective dose in week 1, half of the
therapeutically effective dose in week 2, and threequarters of the therapeutically effective dose in week
3. Also provided are titration packages for enabling
compliance with a regimen of changing dosage of an
interferon over a period of time.
changing the intracellular concentration of a
therapeutic agent such as an anticancer drug.
Contrary to the art, the apparatuses and methods of
the present invention advantageously provide cell
lysates from recovered cells such as leukocytes
and/or circulating tumor cells without substantial
dilution of a therapeutic agent such as an anticancer
drug.
21: 2013/06947 22: 9/16/2013 43: 5/5/2016
51: A61M, B01L, G01N
71: Nestec S.A.
72: SINGH, Sharat, LIU, Xinjun, HESTER, Kelly D.
33: US 31: 61/444,044 32: 2011/02/17
54: APPARATUS AND METHOD FOR ISOLATING
LEUKOCYTES AND TUMOR CELLS BY
FILTRATION
00: The present invention provides novel apparatuses
and methods for isolating or recovering a subset of
blood cells such as leukocytes and/or circulating
tumor cells from blood samples by filtration without
21: 2013/07273 22: 9/27/2013 43: 5/25/2016
51: A47F, G07F
71: The Coca-Cola Company
72: CARPENTIER, Bart, ROEKENS, Jurgen,
DESSING, Joost
33: US 31: 13/076,531 32: 2011/03/31
54: MERCHANDISER
00: The present application and the resultant patent
provide a merchandiser. The merchandiser may
include an ambient compartment with at least one
ambient product therein, a temperature controlled
compartment with at least one temperature
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controlled product therein, and a rotary internal
transport system within the temperature controlled
compartment so as to dispense a temperature,
controlled product in response to an ambient product
being placed therein.
metal to be separated and blending same,
recovering the metal to be separated, wherein the
blending of the liquid and process gas is carried out
after the "surface-gassing" operation and the gas is
introduced via at least one gas inlet above the
maximum fill level of the reactor and is discharged
via at least one gas outlet above the maximum fill
level of the reactor; the liquid is introduced via at
least one liquid inlet and is drained off via at least
one liquid outlet, the discharge preferably being
effected via the base of the reactor; the liquid is
stirred by a stirrer; wherein a homogeneous stirringin of the process gas is rendered possible by at least
one flow disturbance means interacting with the
stirrer.
21: 2013/07383 22: 03/10/2013 43: 25/05/2016
51: C22B
71: A.L.P TECHNOLOGY AG
72: ADALBERT PRIOR and JOACHIM PRIOR
33: AT 31: A 297/2011 32: 2011/03/04
54: METAL SEPARATION METHOD
00: 57: The invention relates to a metal separation
method, comprising the following steps: introducing
the metal to be separated together with a liquid into
a reactor; adding process gas that reacts with the
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21: 2013/07383 22: 03/10/2013 43: 25/05/2016
51: C22B
71: A.L.P TECHNOLOGY AG
72: ADALBERT PRIOR and JOACHIM PRIOR
33: AT 31: A 297/2011 32: 2011/03/04
54: METAL SEPARATION METHOD
00: 57: The invention relates to a metal separation
method, comprising the following steps: introducing
the metal to be separated together with a liquid into
reactor; adding process gas that reacts with the
metal to be separated and blending same,
recovering the metal to be separated, wherein the
blending of the liquid and process gas is carried out
after the "surface-gassing" operation and the gas is
introduced via at least one gas inlet above the
maximum fill level of the reactor and is discharged
via at least one gas outlet above the maximum fill
level of the reactor; the liquid is introduced via at
least one liquid inlet and is drained off via at least
one liquid outlet, the discharge preferably being
effected via the base of the reactor; the liquid is
stirred by a stirrer; wherein a homogeneous stirringin of the process gas is rendered possible by at least
one flow disturbance means interacting with the
stirrer.
21: 2013/07478 22: 10/7/2013 43: 5/3/2016
51: A01H
71: Syngenta Participations AG
72: NICOLAS, Matthieu, NICOLET, Jean-Louis,
OLIVER, Marc, DANAN, Sarah
33: EP/CH 31: 11163208.9 32: 2011/04/20
54: CUCURBITA PLANT RESISTANT TO
POTYVIRUS
00: The present invention relates to a Cucurbita plant, in
particular a squash plant, having wide spectrum
resistance to potyvirus such as Zucchini Yellow
Mosaic Virus (ZYMV), Watermelon Mosaic Virus
(WMV), Papaya Ringspot Virus (PRSV) and
Moroccan watermelon mosaic virus (MWMV).
Methods of selecting a squash plant having wide
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spectrum potyvirus resistance by marker assisted
breeding are also provided.
21: 2013/07516 22: 10/8/2013 43: 5/5/2016
51: B07C, G01N
71: De Beers Centenary AG
72: D'GAMA, Siobhan, WILLIS, Maxwell Ralph,
DAVIES, Nicholas Matthew, POWELL, Graham
Ralph
33: GB 31: 1106878.0 32: 2011/04/26
54: AUTOMATIC GEMSTONE ORIENTATION
00: A method and apparatus for orientating discrete
objects, such as gemstones, is described. The
method comprises providing the objects on a
travelling path; providing a pair of opposed walls (38)
extending generally along the direction of the path;
and generating relative oscillatory movement (14)
between the pair of walls (38) and the travelling path
(in a direction generally transverse to the direction of
the path), so that the pair of walls (38) imparts lateral
force to the objects to thereby urge them into their
most stable orientation as they progress along the
path. A device for checking the orientation of the
discrete objects is also described.
21: 2013/07526 22: 10/9/2013 43: 6/3/2016
51: A61K, A61P
71: HEIDELBERG PHARMA GMBH
72: ANDERL, Jan, LUTZ, Christian, SIMON, Werner,
MULLER, Christoph
33: EP 31: 11001999.9 32: 2011/03/10
54: AMATOXIN-CONJUGATES WITH IMPROVED
LINKAGES
00: The invention relates to tumour therapy. In one
aspect, the present invention relates to conjugates of
an amatoxin and a target-binding moiety, e.g. an
antibody, connected by certain linkages, which are
useful in the treatment of cancer. In a further aspect
the invention relates to pharmaceutical compositions
comprising such conjugates.
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21: 2013/08020 22: 10/25/2013 43: 5/25/2016
51: B23B
71: Diamond Innovations, Inc.
72: KOUNTANYA, Raja
33: US 31: 61/481,875 32: 2011/05/03
54: INSERT WITH A WIPER TO INDUCE CHIP
THINNING ON A LEADING EDGE
00: A cutting insert (100) includes a body (102) formed
with at least one corner. The corner is formed with at
least a first radius (128) and a second radius (130)
disposed adjacent the first radius. The cutting insert
may be adapted to be a part of a cutting tool.
21: 2013/08090 22: 29/10/2013 43: 12/05/2016
51: G01C, G01S, G08G
71: STOCH, DAVINA JOANNA
72: STOCH, DAVINA JOANNA
33: - 31: - 32: 54: PARCEL DELIVERY MONITORING SYSTEM
00: 57: A parcel delivery monitoring system, comprising
a server connected to a network, the server
communicable with a remote computer device,
system enabled to allow the computer device to
place an online order for a parcel collection and
tracking of said parcel until delivery, wherein at least
one of the sender and receiver of the parcel are
notified at milestones between collection and
delivery. The notifications are generated by the
system and electronically sent by at least one of
email, sms, voicemail to user-inputted contact details
stored on the system.
21: 2013/08189 22: 3/28/2012 43: 5/24/2016
51: A61F
71: NORTHWOOD MEDICAL INNOVATION
LIMITED
72: KANG, NORBERT, HAINES, MARIE-CLAIRE
33: GB 31: 1105744.5 32: 2011/04/05
33: GB 31: 1105745.2 32: 2011/04/05
33: GB 31: 1105746.0 32: 2011/04/05
54: EAR SCAFFOLD
00: -
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A scaffold (6) for reshaping the cartilaginous portion
of an ear. The scaffold is formed of shape memory
material and in the form of a horseshoe shape, or is
formed from a thermoplastic pliable material.
element assembly entirely without linear
penetrations to be provided.
21: 2013/08707 22: 11/20/2013 43: 5/25/2016
51: A61K, A61P, C07D
71: Bayer Intellectual Property GmbH
72: SCHULZE, Volker, KOSEMUND, Dirk,
WENGNER, Antje Margret, SIEMEISTER, Gerhard,
STÖCKIGT, Detlef, LIENAU, Philip, SCHIROK,
Hartmut, BRIEM, Hans
33: EP(DE) 31: 11163342.6 32: 2011/04/21
54: TRIAZOLOPYRIDINES
00: 21: 2013/08533 22: 13/11/2013 43: 03/06/2016
51: F41H
71: FCT INGENIEURKERAMIK GMBH
72: Thomas VORSATZ and Karl BERROTH
33: DE 31: 20 2011 101 638.6 32: 2011/06/01
54: BALLISTIC PROTECTION MEANS
00: 57: A ballistic protection means according to the
invention has a multiplicity of hard ballistic shaped
elements which are formed in one piece and which
have at least two planes arranged offset with respect
to one another. At least two of the shaped elements
are fixed to one another in a shaped element
assembly so as to be positioned relative to one
another such that a first plane of a first shaped
element engages in portions over a second plane of
a second shaped element. As a result of the
arrangement according to the invention of the at
least two planes of two shaped elements, which
engage over one another, in the shaped element
assembly, practically two overall surfaces are formed
which are situated one above the other and are
offset with respect to one another and which
advantageously make it possible for a shaped
21: 2013/08893 22: 11/26/2013 43: 5/25/2016
51: A61K, A61Q
71: Colgate-Palmolive Company
72: FISHER, Steven, ZAIDEL, Lynette, PRENCIPE,
Michael
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54: LOW WATER METAL ION DENTIFRICE
00: A dentifrice composition having a low water phase
comprising effective amounts of polyphosphate and
ionic active ingredients. The composition comprises
a source of metal ions, an inorganic phosphate salt
having four or more phosphorus atoms and a cross linked polyvinylpyrrolidone thickening agent in a
single phase. Preferred metal ions are stannous,
copper and zinc, in particular from zinc citrate and
stannous fluoride.
21: 2013/08944 22: 11/27/2013 43: 5/25/2016
51: D21H
71: Akzo Nobel Chemicals International B.V.
72: SIMONSON, Patrik
33: EP(NL) 31: 11169107.7 32: 2011/06/08
33: US 31: 61/494,475 32: 2011/06/08
54: PROCESS FOR THE PRODUCTION OF
PAPER AND BOARD
00: The present invention relates to a process for the
production of paper and board which comprises: (a)
introducing one or more fillers, one or more anionic
polysaccharides and one or more cationic agents
into a mixing zone to form a filler composition; (b)
introducing by means of a pump the filler
composition into an aqueous suspension comprising
cellulosic fibres; and (c) dewatering the obtained
suspension. The present invention also relates to a
process for the production of a filler composition
which comprises: (a) introducing one or more fillers,
one or more anionic polysaccharides and one or
more cationic agents into a mixing zone to form a
filler composition; (b) introducing by means of a
pump the filler composition into a storage tank.
21: 2013/08946 22: 11/27/2013 43: 5/25/2016
51: C12P
71: Syngenta Participations AG
72: BORTIRI, Pedro Esteban, HALL, Richard Jason
33: US 31: 61/499,211 32: 2011/06/21
54: RECOMBINANT YEAST EXPRESSING AGT1
00: The present invention relates to the identification of
variants of the sugar transporter AGT1 that provide
enhanced fermentation of oligosaccharides when
recombinantly expressed in yeast. The invention
further relates to polynucleotides encoding the
variants, recombinant yeast cells expressing the
variants, and use of the recombinant yeast cells to
ferment oligosaccharides.
21: 2013/09130 22: 12/4/2013 43: 5/25/2016
51: F16M, F24J, H01L
71: Gossamer Space Frames
72: REYNOLDS, Glenn A., HACKBARTH, Dean R.
33: US 31: 61/494,209 32: 2011/06/07
54: MOUNTING SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR
MOUNTING A CURVED PANEL TO A FRAME
00: Embodiments of to a mounting system and method
for mounting curved panel to a frame are generally
described herein. Other embodiments may be
described and claimed.
21: 2013/09158 22: 6/20/2012 43: 5/16/2016
51: B61D
71: FLEXIWAGGON AB
72: ERIKSSON, JAN
33: SE 31: 1150570-8 32: 2011/06/21
54: SUPPORT DEVICE FOR A LATERALLY
DISPLACEABLE RAILWAY WAGGON
00: -
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A support device for a laterally displaceable railway
wagon. The support device (100) comprises: -a track
device (102) including an endless track (104), and a
body (106) carrying the endless track; and -a track
device holder (108), which is pivotally connected
with the body via a connection shaft (120) extending
transversally through the body. The track device
holder comprises opposite first and second side
portions extending along the length of the track
device, a first end portion connected with the first
and second side portions at one end thereof, a
second end portion connected with the side portions
at the other end thereof, a first suspension portion
included in said first end portion, and as second
suspension portion included in said second end
portion. The track device at least partly extends
below the track device holder.
21: 2013/09321 22: 4/2/2010 43: 5/25/2016
51: A61K; A61P
71: ST. RENATUS, LLC
72: KOLLAR, MARK DAVID
33: US 31: 61/166,680 32: 2009/04/03
54: DENTAL ANESTHETIC COMPRISING
TETRACAINE AND A VASOCONSTRICTOR FOR
INTRANASAL ADMINISTRATION
00: -
The present invention relates to tetracaine based
anesthetic formulations and methods of use thereof.
The invention further relates to topical formulations
of tetracaine and methods of topically anesthetizing
body tissues. The present invention also relates to
tetracaine based dental anesthetic formulations and
methods for anesthetizing the maxillary dental arch
using these formulations.
21: 2013/09360 22: 12/11/2013 43: 5/13/2016
51: E21B
71: Transocean Sedco Forex Ventures Limited
72: MUNIZ-MARTINEZ, Adan H.
33: US 31: 61/496,631 32: 2011/06/14
54: SELF CONTAINED MARINE RISER FAIRING
00: A storage system for a marine riser fairing that would
be semi-permanently attached to a slick joint or
imbedded in a section of a buoyancy or
encapsulation module in such a manner that it would
eliminate the need to remove the fairing when pulling
the riser out of the water and stowing it in the riser
bay.
21: 2013/09482 22: 12/13/2013 43: 5/25/2016
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51: B65D
71: Gizmo Packaging Limited
72: FRUTIN, Bernard D.
33: GB 31: 1110722.4 32: 2011/06/24
54: CONTAINER CLOSURE HAVING MEANS FOR
INTRODUCING AN ADDITIVE INTO THE
CONTENTS OF THE CONTAINER
00: A closure device (10) for releasing an additive liquid
(20) into a liquid in a container (12) by operation of
the closure device and to a container including such
a closure device. The closure device comprises a
cap member (20) defining a fluid chamber (22)
having a neck (26) at a lower end thereof and a
casing (50) substantially surrounding the fluid
chamber and having a plug member (52) extending
into the neck of the fluid chamber, wherein the neck
has an upper portion (28) having a first diameter,
and wherein the plug member comprises a primary
circumferential seal (84) adapted to seal between
the plug member and the upper portion of the neck,
an upper circumferential seal (88) adapted to seal
between the plug member and the upper portion of
the neck, and a nozzle (80) directed away from the
fluid chamber and in fluid communication with the
exterior surface of the plug member below the
primary circumferential seal. The cap member is
arranged to be lifted relative to the casing from a
closed position, through an open position, to a
sealed position.
21: 2013/09504 22: 12/17/2013 43: 5/5/2016
51: A01K, A01N
71: Merck Sharp & Dohme Corp.
72: COBURN, Craig A., MCCAULEY, John A.,
LUDMERER, Steven W., LIU, Kun, VACCA, Joseph
P., WU, Hao, HU, Bin, SOLL, Richard, SUN, Fei,
WANG, Xinghai, YAN, Man, ZHANG, Chengren,
ZHENG, Mingwei, ZHONG, Bin, ZHU, Jian
33: US 31: 61/163,958 32: 2009/03/27
54: INHIBITORS OF HEPATITIS C VIRUS
REPLICATION
00: The present invention relates to compounds that are
useful as hepatitis C virus (HCV) NS5A inhibitors,
the synthesis of such compounds, and the use of
such compounds for inhibiting HCV NS5A activity.
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21: 2013/09582 22: 18/12/2013 43: 21/01/2016
51: H04L
71: VALIDSOFT UK LIMITED
72: Pat CARROLL and John PETERSEN
33: GB 31: 1112293.4 32: 2011/07/15
54: AUTHENTICATION SYSTEM AND METHOD
THEREFOR
00: 57: An authentication system is disclosed. The
system comprises means for receiving an
authentication request associated with the
transaction wherein the request comprises data
identifying a communication device associated with
a user authorised to perform the transaction; means
for sending a Mobile Application Part, MAP, protocol
request message in response to the authentication
request; means for receiving, in response to the
MAP protocol request, data indicative of whether a
communication sent to the communication device
will be forwarded to a different communication
device. The received data indicative of whether a
communication sent to the communication device
will be forwarded to a different communication
device is used in determining whether to
authenticate the transaction.
21: 2013/09700 22: 6/26/2012 43: 5/3/2016
51: A23C
71: EVOQUA WATER TECHNOLOGIES PTE. LTD.
72: LIANG, LI-SHIANG, FU, RONGQIANG, GU,
GEORGE Y, NG, KEE HOE, GIFFORD, JOSEPH D,
SHAW, MICHAEL J
33: US 31: 61/503,850 32: 2011/07/01
54: ELECTRODESALINATION SYSTEM AND
METHOD
00: Systems and methods for the desalination of
seawater or brackish water for the purpose of
obtaining potable water. Systems may include a
combination of electrodialysis and
electrodeionization modules. The system
configuration and process controls may achieve low
energy consumption and stable operation.
21: 2014/00118 22: 1/7/2014 43: 5/11/2016
51: C12M, C12P
71: INEOS Bio S.A.
72: BELL, Peter Simpson, KO, Ching-Whan
33: US 31: 61/571,564 32: 2011/06/30
33: US 31: 61/571,565 32: 2011/06/30
54: METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR SYNGAS
FERMENTATION WITH HIGH CO MASS
TRANSFER COEFFICIENT
00: -
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motion element being visible from an exterior of the
container. Also disclosed is a method of providing an
enhanced display by a dispensing container during
dispensing of a liquid from the container.
21: 2014/00212 22: 1/9/2014 43: 5/5/2016
51: B05B
71: Colgate-Palmolive Company
72: CRAWFORD, John C., DILLON, Rensl, GREER,
Lester
54: DISPENSING CONTAINER WITH ENHANCED
APPEARANCE
00: A container comprising a body portion and a neck
portion, the neck portion having a pump dispenser
thereon, the pump dispenser comprising a pump
mechanism, a dip tube on one end of the pump
mechanism, a pump outlet on another end of the
pump mechanism, the dip tube extending from the
pump mechanism into the body portion, the body
portion containing a liquid, and a motion element,
the motion element being captive within the dip tube
and adapted to be movable within the dip tube under
the action of liquid flow through the dip tube, and at
least a portion of the body portion being transparent,
a decorative effect resulting from the motion of the
21: 2014/00338 22: 1/16/2014 43: 6/15/2016
51: A61B, H04B
71: PROTEUS DIGITAL HEALTH, INC.
72: HAFEZI, Hooman, O'REILLY, David,
HATAMKHANY, Zahedeh, ROBERTSON, Timothy,
JOHNSON, Patricia
33: US 31: 13/180,507 32: 2011/07/11
54: COMMUNICATION SYSTEM INCORPORATED
IN AN INGESTIBLE PRODUCT
00: The system of the present invention includes a
conductive element, an electronic component, and a
partial power source in the form of dissimilar
materials. Upon contact with a conducting fluid, a
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voltage potential is created and the power source is
completed, which activates the system. The
electronic component controls the conductance
between the dissimilar materials to produce a unique
current signature. The system can also be
associated with food and communicate data about
ingestion of food material to a receiver.
21: 2014/00443 22: 1/20/2014 43: 5/27/2016
51: A01N, C07D
71: CHDI Foundation, Inc.
72: DOMINGUEZ, Celia, TOLEDO-SHERMAN,
Leticia M., COURTNEY, Stephen Martin, PRIME,
Michael, MITCHELL, William, BROWN, Christopher
John, DE AGUIAR PENA, Paula C., JOHNSON,
Peter
33: US 31: 61/512,782 32: 2011/07/28
54: CERTAIN KYNURENINE-3MONOOXYGENASE INHIBITORS,
PHARMACEUTICAL COMPOSITIONS, AND
METHODS OF USE THEREOF
00: Certain chemical entities are provided herein. Also
provided are pharmaceutical compositions
comprising at least one chemical entity and one or
more pharmaceutically acceptable vehicle. Methods
of treating patients suffering from certain diseases
and disorders responsive to the inhibition of KMO
activity are described, which comprise administering
to such patients an amount of at least one chemical
entity effective to reduce signs or symptoms of the
disease or disorder are disclosed. These diseases
include neurodegenerative disorders such as
Huntington's disease. Also described are methods of
treatment include administering at least one
chemical entity as a single active agent or
administering at least one chemical entity in
combination with one or more other therapeutic
agents. Also provided are methods for screening
compounds capable of inhibiting KMO activity.
21: 2014/00657 22: 1/27/2014 43: 5/11/2016
51: B01J, C01B, H01M
71: Intelligent Energy Limited
72: STIMITS, Jason L., ZHENG, Guanghong
33: US 31: 61/502,030 32: 2011/06/28
54: HYDROGEN GAS GENERATOR
00: The invention is a hydrogen generator (10) with a
liquid reservoir (24), a reaction area (22), a
byproduct containment area (26) and a hydrogen
containment area (28) within a housing (12). A liquid
from the liquid reservoir can react within the reaction
area to produce hydrogen gas and byproducts,
which flow to the byproduct containment area, and
hydrogen gas passes into the hydrogen containment
area (28) and is released from the housing through a
hydrogen outlet (38) as needed. The liquid reservoir
and the reaction area are each within a container
(18,20) made of a liquid impermeable material, the
byproduct containment area is within a flexible
container (16) made of a hydrogen permeable, liquid
impermeable material, and the hydrogen
containment area is within a flexible container (14)
made of a hydrogen impermeable material. The
byproduct containment area is in a volume
exchanging relationship with one or both of the liquid
reservoir and the reaction area.
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54: HIGH YIELD RATIO HOT ROLLED STEEL
SHEET WHICH HAS EXCELLENT LOW
TEMPERATURE IMPACT ENERGY ABSORPTION
AND HAZ SOFTENING RESISTANCE AND
METHOD OF PRODUCTION OF SAME
00: -
21: 2014/00891 22: 2/5/2014 43: 5/5/2016
51: C11D
71: Colgate-Palmolive Company
72: PESCADOR, Jose Javier Tovar, BAUTISTA CID,
Oscar, GARCIA, Enrique Joel Valencia, VILLA,
Enrique Eduardo Rodriguez
33: US 31: 61/527,739 32: 2011/08/26
54: FABRIC WRINKLE REDUCTION
COMPOSITION
00: A fabric conditioner composition comprising: a
cationic fabric softener, and 0.02 to 0.32% by weight
of an amino-functional, epoxide group containing
silicone polymer having a weight average molecular
weight of 400,000 to 900,000. Also, a method of
reducing wrinkles on fabric during laundering
comprising laundering the fabric with a composition
comprising 0.02 to 0.32% by weight of an aminofunctional, epoxide group containing silicone
polymer having a weight average molecular weight
of 400,000 to 900,000. The polymer is unexpectedly
effective at low levels of use.
21: 2014/01045 22: 7/11/2012 43: 5/3/2016
51: A01N
71: DOW AGROSCIENCES LLC
72: CROUSE, GARY D, DEMETER, DAVID A,
SPARKS, THOMAS C, WANG, NICK X, DENT,
WILLIAM HUNTER, DEAMICIS, CARL, NIYAZ,
NOORMOHAMED M, BAUM, ERICH W, FISCHER,
LINDSEY GAYLE, GIAMPIETRO, NATALIE
CHRISTINE
33: US 31: 61/506,743 32: 2011/07/12
54: PESTICIDAL COMPOSITIONS AND
PROCESSES RELATED THERETO
00: This document discloses molecules having the
following formula ("Formula One"). The molecules
disclosed in this document are related to the field of
processes to produce molecules that are useful as
pesticides (e.g., acaricides, insecticides,
molluscicides, and nematicides), such molecules,
and processes of using such molecules to control
pests.
21: 2014/00954 22: 2/7/2014 43: 5/11/2016
51: B21B, C21D, C22C, C23C
71: Nippon Steel & Sumitomo Metal Corporation
72: MARUYAMA, Naoki, YOSHINAGA, Naoki,
AZUMA, Masafumi, SAKUMA, Yasuharu, ITAMI,
Atsushi
33: JP 31: 2011-173760 32: 2011/08/09
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54: IMPROVING THE DRAINAGE OF AN
AQUEOUS COMPOSITION
00: In a process for separating a solid material from a
suspension of the solid material in water, an
organopolysiloxane polyalkylene oxide copolymer
comprising a branched organopolysiloxane structure
is added to the suspension of solid material in water
and the suspension is drained. The
organopolysiloxane polyalkylene oxide copolymer
comprising a branched organopolysiloxane structure
increases the rate of drainage of the suspension.
21: 2014/01047 22: 8/15/2012 43: 5/10/2016
51: A01P
71: DOW AGROSCIENCES LLC
72: LIU, LEI, ZHANG, HONG, KENNEDY, ALEX,
TANK, HOLGER, OUSE, DAVID G, GIFFORD,
JAMES M, ZHAO, MIN
33: US 31: 61/523,958 32: 2011/08/16
54: COMPLEXES OF HERBICIDAL CARBOXYLIC
ACIDS AND AMINE-CONTAINING POLYMERS OR
OLIGOMERS
00: Complexes of herbicidal carboxylic acids and aminecontaining polymers or oligomers are provided.
These herbicidal complexes are useful for controlling
unwanted plant growth. The herbicidal complexes
have low solubility in water, low volatility relative to
commercial compositions of the corresponding
herbicidal carboxylic acids, and offer similar or
improved herbicidal performance when compared to
existing salts of the herbicidal carboxylic acids.
21: 2014/01509 22: 8/23/2012 43: 5/4/2016
51: C02F; C08G; C11D; D06F; D21C
71: DOW CORNING CORPORATION, DOW
CORNING TORAY CO. LTD.
72: SOUDA, TATSUO, ZENG, JIANREN, CHAO,
SUNG-HSUEN, CREUTZ, SERGE, HILBERER,
ALAIN, PAGNONI, CORINA, ROUFFIANGE,
FABIAN, FURUKAWA, HARUHIKO
33: GB 31: 1115161.0 32: 2011/09/02
21: 2014/01608 22: 8/30/2012 43: 5/5/2016
51: C07D; A61K; A61P
71: BAYER INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY GMBH,
BAYER PHARMA AKTIENGESELLSCHAFT
72: FOLLMANN, MARKUS, STASCH, JOHANNESPETER, REDLICH, GORDEN, GRIEBENOW, NILS,
LANG, DIETER, WUNDER, FRANK, HÜBSCH,
WALTER, LINDNER, NIELS, VAKALOPOULOS,
ALEXANDROS, TERSTEEGEN, ADRIAN
33: DE 31: 10 2011 082 041.8 32: 2011/09/02
33: DE 31: 10 2012 200 351.7 32: 2012/01/11
54: SUBSTITUTED ANNELLATED PYRIMIDINE
AND THE USE THEREOF
00: -
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The present application relates to new substituted
annellated pyrimidines, a method for the production
thereof, the use thereof in isolation or in combination
for the treatment and/or prophylaxis of diseases, and
the use thereof to produce medicines for the
treatment and/or prophylaxis of diseases, more
particularly for the treatment and/or prophylaxis of
cardiovascular diseases.
21: 2014/02083 22: 3/24/2014 43: 6/14/2016
51: F15B
71: FERREIRA, Ronald Gerrit
72: FERREIRA, Ronald Gerrit
33: ZA 31: 2013/05670 32: 2013/03/22
54: MULTIPLE JOINT ACTUATOR
00: This invention relates to a multiple joint actuator,
which includes first rotation means for rotation about
a first rotational axis. The invention also includes
second rotation means for rotation about a second
rotational axis and third rotation means for rotation
about a third rotational axis. The second rotational
axis is perpendicular to the first rotational axis and
the third rotational axis is perpendicular to the
second rotational axis.
21: 2014/02150 22: 3/24/2014 43: 5/5/2016
51: G10K; H02K
71: MAHINDRA & MAHINDRA LTD.
72: KUMBHAR, MANSINH S, NAIR, SAJITH,
NALLA, THULASIRAM, JAYAKUMAR, N., KALE,
RAJESH, KRISHNAMOORTHY,
33: IN 31: 1087/MUM/2013 32: 2013/03/25
54: CANOPY FOR NOISE REDUCTION IN POWER
GENERATING UNITS
00: The present invention provides a canopy for noise
reduction in power generating units. The canopy
comprises a housing, at least two doors an inlet and
an outlet. The housing is a single cabin that acts as
a dual density absorber-barrier and made up of a
four layered wall for enclosing the power generating
unit. The canopy eases the access to the power
generating unit and completely eliminates the need
of two cabins to achieve noise reduction.
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00: The objective of the invention is to achieve both
reduction of the code amount in a case of using
asymmetric partition and efficient encoding/decoding
processes utilizing the nature of asymmetric
partition. If a CU information decoding unit decodes
information that designates asymmetric division
(asymmetric motion partition; AMP) as division type,
an arithmetic decoding unit switches, in accordance
with the position of a binary value, between an
arithmetic decoding using contexts and an arithmetic
decoding using no contexts and performs decoding.
21: 2014/02205 22: 3/25/2014 43: 5/26/2016
51: A23K, A23L
71: Hill's Pet Nutrition, Inc.
72: NADEAU, Douglas, KAPPELMAN, David,
MONTELONGO, Luis J.
54: PROCESS FOR PREPARING A FOOD
COMPOSITION
00: The disclosure provides method for preparing a food
product is described which includes mixing a dry
ingredient composition, a protein-containing
composition, and an alginate composition to provide
a first mixture, mixing the first mixture with a setting
composition to effect a controlled rate gelation
reaction, and processing the product of the gelation
reaction to provide a food product. The disclosure
also provides pet food compositions comprising food
products prepared according to the disclosed
process.
21: 2014/02376 22: 9/28/2012 43: 5/4/2016
51: H04N
71: SHARP KABUSHIKI KAISHA
72: YAMAMOTO, TOMOYUKI, IKAI, TOMOHIRO,
YASUGI, YUKINOBU
33: JP 31: 2011-215475 32: 2011/09/29
54: IMAGE DECODING DEVICE, IMAGE
DECODING METHOD, AND IMAGE ENCODING
DEVICE
21: 2014/02704 22: 4/14/2014 43: 5/26/2016
51: A24F
71: PHILIP MORRIS PRODUCTS S.A.
72: ZUBER, Gérard, BADERTSCHER, Thomas,
MEYER, Cédric, LOUVET, Alexis, JARRIAULT,
Marine, GINDRAT, Pierre-Yves, SANNA, Daniele
33: EP 31: 11196203.1 32: 2011/12/30
33: EP 31: 11196204.9 32: 2011/12/30
33: EP 31: 12155248.3 32: 2012/02/13
33: EP 31: 12155250.9 32: 2012/02/13
33: EP 31: 12173054.3 32: 2012/06/21
54: AEROSOL-GENERATING ARTICLE FOR USE
WITH AN AEROSOL-GENERATING DEVICE
00: An aerosol-generating article (10) comprises: an
aerosol-forming substrate (20); a support element
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(30) located immediately downstream of the aerosolforming substrate (20); an aerosol-cooling element
(40) located downstream of the support element
(30); and an outer wrapper (60) circumscribing the
aerosol-forming substrate (20), the support element
(30) and the aerosol-cooling element (40). The
support element (30) abuts the aerosol-forming
substrate (20). The aerosol-forming substrate (20) is
penetrable by a heating element (110) of an aerosolgenerating device (120).
of the heater element to the properties of the aerosol
delivered to the user and an indication means (59)
coupled to the second data storage means for
indicating to the user a property of the aerosol
delivered to the user. The property or properties of
the aerosol delivered to the user may comprise
amounts of particular chemical compounds.
21: 2014/02705 22: 4/14/2014 43: 5/26/2016
51: A24F, A61M
71: PHILIP MORRIS PRODUCTS S.A.
72: TALON, Pascal, FLORACK, Dionisius
33: EP 31: 12162894.5 32: 2012/04/02
33: EP 31: 11196240.3 32: 2011/12/30
33: EP 31: 11196227.0 32: 2011/12/30
54: AEROSOL GENERATING SYSTEM WITH
CONSUMPTION MONITORING AND FEEDBACK
00: There is provided an aerosol-generating system
configured for oral or nasal delivery of a generated
aerosol to a user, the system comprising a heater
element (20) configured to heat an aerosol-forming
substrate to generate an aerosol, a power source
(40) connected to the heater element, a controller
(30) connected to the heater element and to the
power source, wherein the controller is configured to
control operation of the heater element, the
controller including or being connected to a means
to detect a change in air flow past the heater
element, first data storage means (56) connected to
the controller for recording detected changes in
airflow past the heater element and data relating to
the operation of the heater element, second data
storage means comprising a database (57) relating
changes in airflow and data relating to the operation
21: 2014/02816 22: 9/20/2011 43: 5/10/2016
51: G01S; A63B
71: FRAUNHOFER-GESELLSCHAFT ZUR
FÖRDERUNG DER ANGEWANDTEN
FORSCHUNG E.V.
72: LOCHMANN, MATTHIAS
54: SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR DETECTING A
USER-DEPENDENT STATE OF A SPORTS
OBJECT
00: The invention relates to a system for detecting a
user-dependent state of a sports object, comprising
a detection device (101) for detecting a plurality of
positions of the sports object, and a determination
device (103) for determining the state of the sports
object based on the plurality of positions detected.
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21: 2014/03027 22: 4/24/2014 43: 5/31/2016
51: H04B
71: KEMP, Marius, ROSS, Alexander Prinsloo
72: KEMP, Marius, ROSS, Alexander Prinsloo
33: ZA 31: 2013/02685 32: 2013/04/15
54: FENCE MONITORING
00: A fence alarm, having a plurality of laterally spaced
electrically conductive fence elements, the fence
elements electrically being connected in series with
each other, a sensing arrangement electrically
connected to the plurality of conductive fence
elements, the sensing arrangement being calibrated
to a nominal electrical value, the sensing
arrangement further being operable to sense a
predefined deviation from the nominal electrical
value caused by a deviation in an electrical property
of the conductive fence elements.
21: 2014/03104 22: 11/7/2012 43: 5/24/2016
51: C07C
71: HALDOR TOPSØE A/S
72: WIX, CHRISTIAN
33: DK 31: PA 2011 00904 32: 2011/11/18
54: PROCESS FOR THE PREPARATION OF
HIGHER ALCOHOLS
00: Process for production of a higher alcohol product
from an alcohol synthesis gas comprising hydrogen,
carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, and lower
alcohols, comprising a carbon dioxide and optional
alkane removal step. Use a stripper using synthesis
gas as stripping gas to purify the liquid phase
containing the lower and highers alcohols, in order to
strip the lower alcohol from the alcohol stream.
Synthesis gas used for stripping is used as recycle
stream in the reactor.
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21: 2014/03370 22: 5/12/2014 43: 6/10/2016
51: F42B, F42D
71: ORICA INTERNATIONAL PTE LTD
72: BEIKOFF, Bradley Kevin
33: AU 31: 2012901264 32: 2012/03/28
54: SHELL FOR EXPLOSIVE
00: A booster shell, comprising: an elongate body
defining a chamber for an explosive composition, the
body comprising an upper end and a lower end; an
inlet at the upper end of the elongate body adapted
to allow an explosive composition to be delivered
into the chamber; a detonator receiving passage
adapted to receive a detonator, the detonator
receiving passage: (a) extending within the chamber
from the upper end of the elongate body to the lower
end of the elongate body; (b) being integrally formed
with the elongate body; and (c) including a detonator
stop at or near to the lower end of the elongate
body; and a detonator lead guide adapted to receive
the lead of a detonator, the detonator lead guide: (a)
extending from the upper end of the elongate body
to the lower end of the elongate body and (b) being
integrally formed with the elongate body.
21: 2014/03425 22: 14/05/2014 43: 27/05/2016
51: B65B, B65G
71: Heinz BUSE
72: Heinz BUSE
33: DE 31: 10 2011 088 821.7 32: 2011/12/16,
54: APPARATUS AND METHOD FOR EMPTYING
A LOAD CARRIER LOADED WITH ARTICLES
00: 57: The invention relates to an apparatus (1) for
emptying a load carrier (5) which is loaded with
articles, particularly in the form of packages (7), and
has a lateral outlet opening (9) for the removal of the
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articles, the apparatus having a mount for the load
carrier (5) and a conveyor (21) for guiding the
articles away. The invention relates, in particular, to
an apparatus (1) which has a conveying ramp (11)
arranged upstream of the conveyor (21), wherein the
conveying ramp (11) and the lateral outlet opening
(9) of the load carrier (5) can be brought into
abutment with one another, the mount and the
conveying ramp (11) can be pivoted into a position
which is inclined in relation to the horizontal and in
which the conveying ramp (11) is in abutment with
the lateral outlet opening (9) of the load carrier (5),
and the mount and the conveying ramp (11), in
abutment with the load carrier (5), can be moved
relative to one another, in the inclined position, such
that the mount and the conveyor (21) are moved
towards one another. The invention further relates to
a method for emptying a load carrier loaded with
articles.
21: 2014/03690 22: 5/21/2014 43: 5/31/2016
51: F24J, E04D
71: VAN ZYL, Philippus Cornelus, VAN ZYL, Pieter
Johannes, VAN ZYL, Jean-Pierre
72: VAN ZYL, Philippus Cornelus, VAN ZYL, Pieter
Johannes
33: ZA 31: 2013/01350 32: 2013/02/21
54: A WATER HEATING PANEL
00: The invention relates to a water heating panel which
includes a roof covering panel having an internal
cavity defining a water reservoir within the cavity of
the roof covering panel, at least one water inlet into
the water reservoir for the introduction of water to be
heated and at least one water outlet from the water
reservoir for the withdrawal of heated water from the
reservoir. The roof covering panel is in the form of
two roofing sheets spaced apart, a top sheet
overlaying a bottom sheet.
21: 2014/03707 22: 5/21/2014 43: 5/31/2016
51: G06K, B07C
71: SOLYSTIC
72: PSZATKA, Jean-Marc, BENYOUB, Belkacem,
PIEGAY, Emmanuel
33: FR 31: 1161708 32: 2011/12/15
54: METHOD OF PROCESSING POSTAL ITEMS
WITH GENERATION OF NUMERICAL MODELS
OF MAILSHOTS ON AN INTERACTIVE STATION
00: A method of processing mailpieces, in which they
are fed in series into a sorting machine (2)
comprising a sorting conveyor and sorting outlets
(7), an image of each mailpiece is formed in the
machine, processing is applied to the image for
automatically recognizing address information for the
purpose of automatically directing the mailpiece
towards a determined sorting outlet (7), a digital
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model of running mailpieces or a "run" is built in a
database (15) prior to feeding the mailpieces into the
machine (2), the model being built on the basis of an
image of a mailpiece, and being defined by data
characterizing the graphical appearance of the
mailpiece in the image formed from an interactive
acquisition terminal (9) located remote from the
machine (2), and the run model is associated in said
database (15) with indications usable by the
recognition processing, which indications are also
input from said interactive acquisition terminal (9).
54: AN ANTI BACTERIAL COMPOSITION
00: The present invention relates to a method of
disinfecting a surface and to an antibacterial
composition. Essential oils, which are used as
antibacterial actives, are also known for their strong
odour; using high amounts of these gives a strong
smell to the product that is not always appreciated
by the consumer. It is therefore an object of the
invention to provide an antibacterial composition,
having good anti-bacterial properties, at very low
levels of essential oil actives. The present inventors
have achieved this using a synergistic combination
of select anti-bacterial actives, specific polymers and
select hydrotropes.
21: 2014/03919 22: 5/28/2014 43: 5/26/2016
51: A24F
71: PHILIP MORRIS PRODUCTS S.A.
72: GREIM, Olivier, PLOJOUX, Julien
33: EP 31: 11196235.3 32: 2011/12/30
54: METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR CLEANING A
HEATING ELEMENT OF AEROSOL GENERATING
DEVICE
00: A method of using an aerosol-generating device (10)
comprises the steps of, bringing a heating element
(90) of the aerosol-generating device into contact
with an aerosol-forming substrate (30), raising the
temperature of the heating element (90) to a first
temperature to heat the aerosol-forming substrate
(30) sufficiently to form an aerosol, removing the
heating element from contact with the aerosolforming substrate and heating the heating element to
a second temperature, higher than the first
temperature, to thermally liberate organic materials
adhered to or deposited on the heating element. An
embodiment of an aerosol-generating device (10)
comprises a heating element (90) coupled to a
controller (19) for heating the heating element to the
first temperature and to the second temperature.
21: 2014/03914 22: 11/19/2012 43: 5/12/2016
51: A61K; A61Q
71: UNILEVER PLC
72: JAYARAMAN, SUJATHA, APPAVOO,
SHANTHI, BARNE, SAMEER KESHAV, SAJI,
MAYA TREESA
33: EP 31: 12152561.2 32: 2012/01/26
33: IN 31: 3475/MUM/2011 32: 2011/12/09
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21: 2014/03943 22: 6/4/2013 43: 5/6/2016
51: H02M
71: TOSHIBA MITSUBISHI-ELECTRIC
INDUSTRIAL SYSTEMS CORPORATION
72: JIMICHI, TAKUSHI, AZUMA, SATOSHI,
KOYANAGI, KIMIYUKI, NAKAMURA, RITAKA,
SHIMOMURA, YASUHITO, KATO, YOSHIHITO
54: POWER CONVERSION DEVICE
00: A power conversion device comprises: transformers
(20n) each equipped with primary windings
connected to input terminals (R, S, T) and secondary
windings consisting of a plurality of single-phase
open windings insulated from each other; a plurality
of converter cells (30Xn) connected to the secondary
windings of the transformers (20n); and a control
circuit (601) for controlling the turning on and off of
switching elements. The converter cells (30Xn) each
comprise a converter (3a) and an inverter (3b), both
including the switching elements. The converter cells
(30Xn) have input ends connected to the respective
single-phase open windings, thereby being
connected through the transformers (20n) in parallel
with each other with respect to the input terminals
(R, S, T) of the respective phases and have output
ends connected in series with each other with
respect to output terminals (U, V, W) of the
respective phases, thereby performing a three or
more level voltage conversion.
21: 2014/04102 22: 9/7/2012 43: 5/27/2016
51: F21S
71: LT LIGHTING (TAIWAN) CORPORATION
72: SHUY, GEOFFREY WEN-TAI, LI, CHANGHORANG, LAI, HSIN-CHEN
33: US 31: 13/312,902 32: 2011/12/06
54: LAMP POWERING TECHNOLOGY
00: A device is designed for channeling electricity to a
lamp, and adjusts downwards the amount of power
channeled to the lamp as a function of available
electrical energy in the source. In so doing, a
reduction in the available energy in the source
causes a less proportionate reduction in luminosity
of the lamp. This might be accomplished by passing
the electricity through a passive network of resistors
and diodes on its way down to the lamp. In one
example, the electrical energy source may be a
battery that is powered by one or more solar panels.
In that case, the device may also perform the
function of protecting the battery from being overly
charged. It channels downwards a greater daily
lamp's energy consumption than that of daily
electrical charging from the solar panels, when the
available battery energy is near its full capacity.
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are p38 MAPK inhibitors, useful as anti-inflammatory
agents in the treatment of,& nbsp; inter alia,
diseases of the respiratory tract.
21: 2014/04121 22: 6/5/2014 43: 5/31/2016
51: A61K, A61P
71: ALLERGAN, INC.
72: VEHIGE, Joseph, G., SIMMONS, Peter, A.
33: US 31: 61/544,151 32: 2011/10/06
54: COMPOSITIONS FOR THE TREATMENT OF
DRY EYE
00: The present invention relates to ophthalmic
compositions and methods useful to treat dry eye, or
to diagnose, cure, mitigate, treat, or prevent dry eye
syndrome in man or other animals.
21: 2014/04156 22: 12/5/2012 43: 5/26/2016
51: C07D; A61K; A61P
71: CHIESI FARMACEUTICI S.P.A.
72: VAN NIEL, MONIQUE BODIL, RAY, NICHOLAS
CHARLES, ALCARAZ, LILIAN, PANCHAL, TERRY
AARON, JENNINGS, ANDREW STEPHEN
ROBERT, ARMANI, ELISABETTA, CRIDLAND,
ANDREW PETER, HURLEY, CHRISTOPHER
33: EP 31: 11192871.9 32: 2011/12/09
33: EP 31: 12187931.6 32: 2012/10/10
54: KINASE INHIBITORS
00: Compounds of formula (I) or a pharmaceutically
acceptable salt thereof: formula (I) wherein R2, W, A,
Y and R1  are as defined in the specification,
21: 2014/04182 22: 6/6/2014 43: 5/12/2016
51: H03M, H04N
71: QUALCOMM Incorporated
72: CHIEN, Wei-Jung, SOLE ROJALS, Joel,
KARCZEWICZ, Marta
33: US 31: 61/557,325 32: 2011/11/08
54: CONTEXT REDUCTION FOR CONTEXT
ADAPTIVE BINARY ARITHMETIC CODING
00: FIG. 6 is a flowchart illustrating an example video
encoding method of the disclosure. The method of
FIG. 6 may be implemented by video encoder 20.
Video encoder 20 may be configured to determine a
first prediction type for a block of video data in a P
slice (602), and to represent the first prediction type
as a P-slice prediction type syntax element (604).
Video encoder 20 may be further configured to
determine a second prediction type for a block of
video data in a B slice (606), and to represent the
second prediction type as a B-slice prediction type
syntax element (608). The P-slice prediction type
syntax element and the B-slice prediction type
syntax element specify a prediction mode and a
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partition type. The prediction mode may include one
of inter- prediction and intra-prediction. The partition
type may include one of symmetric partitions and
asymmetric partitions. Video encoder 20 may be
further configured to determine a P-slice binarization
for the P-slice prediction type syntax element (610),
and to determine a B-slice binarization for the B-slice
prediction type syntax element, wherein the P-slice
prediction type syntax element and the B-slice
prediction type syntax element are determined using
the same binarization logic (612). Video encoder 20
may then encode the video data based on the
binarizations of the P-slice prediction type syntax
element and the B-slice prediction type syntax
element (614).
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51: A61K, A61Q
71: Colgate-Palmolive Company
72: SZEWCZYK, Gregory, PATEL, Neeta Atul,
JOGUN, Suzanne, PRENCIPE, Michael
54: MULTIPHASE ORAL CARE COMPOSITIONS
00: Described herein are dentifrices comprising a first
formulation and a second formulation, wherein the
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formulations are coaxially extruded, so that the first
formulation enrobes the second formulation, wherein
the first formulation is opaque and wherein the
second formulation comprises dissolvable film
fragments, together with methods of making and
using the same and containers for providing the
same.
21: 2014/04216 22: 11/29/2011 43: 5/30/2016
51: C07C
71: VIRENT, INC.
72: BLOMMEL, PAUL G, YUAN, LI, VAN STRATEN,
MATT, LYMAN, WARREN, CORTRIGHT, RANDY D
33: US 31: 13/304,052 32: 2011/11/23
54: DEHYDROGENATION OF ALKANOLS TO
INCREASE YIELD OF AROMATICS
00: The present invention provides methods, reactor
systems, and catalysts for increasing the yield of
aromatic hydrocarbons produced while converting
alkanols to hydrocarbons. The invention includes
methods of using catalysts to increase the yield of
benzene, toluene, and mixed xylenes in the
hydrocarbon product.
21: 2014/04242 22: 6/9/2014 43: 5/12/2016
51: A61K, A61Q
71: Colgate-Palmolive Company
72: BOYD, Thomas, ONTUMI, Dennis K.,
MANDADI, Prakasarao, CHOPRA, Suman
54: ORAL CARE WHITENING COMPOSITIONS
00: Described herein are whitening compositions
comprised of a peroxide component, and an
adhesion system, which effectively provide whitening
using a remarkably low level of peroxide. Methods of
making and using these compositions are also
described herein.
21: 2014/04301 22: 12/11/2012 43: 5/26/2016
51: A01N; A01P
71: UNILEVER PLC
72: CORNMELL, ROBERT JOSEPH, GOLDING,
STEPHEN, STOTT, IAN PETER, THOMPSON,
KATHERINE MARY
33: EP 31: 11195245.3 32: 2011/12/22
54: ANTIMICROBIAL METHOD AND
COMPOSITION
00: The present invention relates to a method for
disinfection involving an antimicrobial composition,
an antimicrobial composition suitable for use in such
a method and antimicrobial compounds. It
particularly relates to an antimicrobial composition
for personal cleaning, oral care or hard surface
cleaning applications. It was found that compositions
comprising selected substituted phenols and a
carrier provide antimicrobial action. In a preferred
aspect the compositions of the invention also
comprise 1 to 80 %-wt of surfactant.
21: 2014/04302 22: 12/4/2012 43: 5/26/2016
51: A23L
71: UNILEVER PLC
72: MAVROUDIS, NIKOLAOS, MAZZOTTI, MARCO
GIUSEPPE, SUIJKER, MICHAEL JACOBUS
33: EP 31: 11195292.5 32: 2011/12/22
54: UMAMI-ACTIVE TOMATO FRACTION
00: The invention provides an efficient method for
producing a high quality umami-active tomato
fraction, said process comprising the steps of:
a.providing a tomato serum; b.separating the tomato
serum into two or more portions, including a
lycopene-depleted portion and a lycopene-enriched
portion; c.concentrating the lycopene-depleted
portion to at least 10°Brix; d.chromatographically
fractionating the concentrated lycopene-depleted
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portion into two or more fractions, including a crude
umami fraction with a weight ratio
glutamate:monosaccharide of X and a
monosaccharide fraction with a weight ratio
glutamate:monosaccharide of Y, wherein the ratio
X:Y exceeds 20; e.optionally, concentrating the
crude umami fraction; f.chromatographically
fractionating the crude umami fraction into two or
more fractions, including a clean umami fraction with
a weight ratio glutamate:citrate of K and a citrate
fraction with a weight ratio glutamate:citrate of L,
wherein the ratio K:L exceeds 10. The invention
further relates to a tomato isolate comprising
glutamate, aspartate and sucrose; wherein the
weight ratio glutamate:citrate exceeds 2 and wherein
glutamate, 5'- AMP, aspartate and pyroglutamate
together represent at least 15 wt.% of the dry matter
contained in the tomato isolate.
21: 2014/04303 22: 12/6/2012 43: 5/27/2016
51: B65D
71: UNILEVER PLC
72: ARORA, AMIT, BETTS, KASSIE TERRA-LYNN,
BUTLER, JOSEPH, JONES, CHRISTOPHER
JOHN, KOUYOUMJIAN, GAREN, BILTON, SIMON
LEWIS
33: EP 31: 11195091.1 32: 2011/12/22
33: EP 31: 12164862.0 32: 2012/04/20
33: EP 31: 12172049.4 32: 2012/06/14
54: SPRAYHEAD FOR A SPRAY DEVICE
00: A sprayhead (1) for use with an aerosol container (2)
comprising a central valve stem, said sprayhead (1)
comprising: a chassis (3) attaching to the valve cup
of an aerosol container (2); a rotatable circular collar
(4) comprising a bridge (16) spanning a diameter of
the collar (4); and a spray channel (8) and
associated actuator button (39), said spray channel
(8) being designed to pass through a central
aperture in the bridge (16) spanning a diameter of
the collar (4), and being connectable to the central
valve stem of an aerosol container (2); the chassis
(3) holding the spray channel (8) and actuator button
(39) in a non-rotatable manner and the collar (4)
being rotatable between operable and inoperable
positions; wherein the chassis (3) comprises an
annular skirt (14) encircling at least 90% of the
circumference of the valve cup and gripping the
valve cup such that the torque required to turn the
chassis (3) around the valve cup is at least twice that
required to turn the rotatable circular collar (4)
around the chassis (3); and in that the bridge (16)
spanning a diameter of the collar (4) sits above an
upper surface (12) of the chassis (3).
21: 2014/04417 22: 11/22/2012 43: 5/5/2016
51: C07K; A61K; A61P
71: SHANGHAI HENGRUI PHARMACEUTICAL
CO., LTD., JIANGSU HENGRUI MEDICINE CO.,
LTD.
72: SUN, PIAOYANG, ZHANG, LIANSHAN, LIU,
JIAJIAN, YUAN, JIJUN, FANG, CHUNQIAN, SUN,
CHANGAN, YUAN, HENGLI, WANG, YALI
33: CN 31: 201110422095.2 32: 2011/12/15
54: HUMAN INSULIN ANALOGUE AND
ACYLATED DERIVATIVE THEREOF
00: The present invention provides a human insulin
analogue, an acylated derivative thereof and a
physiologically tolerable salt, and the present
invention further provides a preparation method for
the insulin analogue and an application of the insulin
analogue as a therapeutic agent, and particularly as
a diabetes mellitus therapeutic agent.
21: 2014/04431 22: 6/17/2014 43: 5/26/2016
51: A24D, A24F
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71: PHILIP MORRIS PRODUCTS S.A.
72: GRANT, Christopher, John
33: EP 31: 12150518.4 32: 2012/01/09
54: SMOKING ARTICLE WITH DUAL FUNCTION
CAP
00: A smoking article (10, 100) is formed from two
component parts. These parts are a rod (20, 120)
comprising an aerosol-forming substrate (55, 155)
and a removable cap (30, 130). The removable cap
(30, 130) can be coupled to the rod (20,120) in two
configurations. In a first configuration, the removable
cap (30, 130) is coupled to a first end (21, 121) of
the rod (20,120) and a heat source (50, 150) located
at or near a second end of the rod (20,120) heats
the aerosol-forming substrate (55, 155) to generate
an inhalable aerosol. In a second configuration, the
removable cap is coupled to the second end (22,
122) of the rod (20,120) and at least substantially
covers the heat source (50, 150). The smoking
article (10, 100) is arranged in the second
configuration for disposal.
21: 2014/04534 22: 12/23/2011 43: 5/26/2016
51: B23K
71: ESAB AB
72: RAUDSEPP, HANNES
54: AN ARC WELDING HEAD AND A WELDING
ARRANGEMENT
00: An arc electric welding head (1) comprising a first
contact device (3) housing a first duct (5) for feeding
a first electrode (7) and providing electrical contact
between a first power source (204) and said first
electrode (7), a second contact device (11) housing
a second duct (13) for feeding a second electrode
(8) and providing electrical contact between a
second power source (206) and said second
electrode (8), said first and second contact devices
being electrically insulated from each other, said first
and second ducts being parallel. Said first and
second ducts (5, 13) being arranged at a distance
which allows for arcs (31, 33), between said first and
second electrodes (7, 8) and a work piece (27) to be
welded, to have an overlapping region (35), and in
that said arc electric welding head (1) further
comprises a third insulated duct (19) for feeding a
cold wire (10) into said overlapping region (35).
21: 2014/04536 22: 12/21/2012 43: 5/26/2016
51: C12Q
71: BIOMERIEUX
72: PAILLIER, FRANÇOIS, CHAMBON, CÉLINE,
SAINT-PATRICE, CATHY
33: EP 31: 11306776.3 32: 2011/12/23
54: DETECTION OF MECA VARIANT STRAINS OF
METHICILLIN-RESISTANT STAPHYLOCOCCUS
AUREUS
00: The present invention provides improved tests for
the detection of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus
aureus bearing a variant mecA gene. The tests are
particularly useful for eliminating certain false
negative results due to the presence of this variant in
MRSA in patient samples.
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21: 2014/04540 22: 12/19/2012 43: 5/27/2016
51: A01N
71: DOW AGROSCIENCES LLC
72: MANN, RICHARD K
33: US 31: 61/577,695 32: 2011/12/20
54: SYNERGISTIC HERBICIDAL COMPOSITION
CONTAINING FLUROXYPYR AND GLYPHOSATE
00: A herbicidal composition comprising a herbicidally
effective amount of fluroxypyr, or salt or ester
thereof, and glyphosate, or salt or ester thereof. Also
included are methods of treating undesirable
vegetation comprising contacting the vegetation,
locus of the vegetation, soil, or water a herbicidally
effective amount of the herbicidal composition.
21: 2014/04628 22: 6/12/2012 43: 5/26/2016
51: H04W
71: TELEFONAKTIEBOLAGET LM ERICSSON
(PUBL)
72: BALDEMAIR, ROBERT, LARSSON, DANIEL,
CHENG, JUNG-FU, FRENNE, MATTIAS
33: US 31: 61/591,940 32: 2012/01/29
54: USER EQUIPMENT, NETWORK NODE AND
METHOD FOR APPLYING POWER SCALING TO
UPLINK TRANSMISSIONS
00: Embodiments herein relate to a method, in a user
equipment (900), for applying power scaling to uplink
transmissions in a multiple cell communications
network, which user equipment (900) is configured
to transmit over a plurality of aggregated cells in
uplink to a network node (800). The user equipment
(900) receives, from the network node (800), timing
advance information for uplink one or more
aggregated cells of the plurality of aggregated cells.
The user equipment (900) applies a power scaling to
uplink transmissions of at least one aggregated cell
based on the received timing advance information,
The at least one aggregated cell is associated with
the user equipment (900) and is a cell of the multiple
cell communications network.
21: 2014/04642 22: 6/24/2014 43: 5/26/2016
51: C07C
71: UNIVERSITY OF WESTERN SYDNEY
72: MILLAR, Thomas, SCHUETT, Burkhardt
33: AU 31: 2011905421 32: 2011/12/23
54: OPHTHALMIC FORMULATION
00: Disclosed herein is an ophthalmic formulation
comprising a compound of formula (I) wherein R1 is
a linear or branched C9-C33 alkyl or a linear or
branched C9-C33 alkenyl with 1 to 4 double bonds;
R2 is a linear or branched C9-C19 alkyl or a linear or
branched C9-C19 alkenyl with 1 to 4 double bonds;
and an ophthalmologically acceptable carrier.
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21: 2014/04643 22: 6/24/2014 43: 4/21/2016
51: C11D, D01F
71: THE PROCTER & GAMBLE COMPANY
72: WEISMAN, Paul, Thomas, GORDON, Gregory,
Charles, SIVIK, Mark, Robert, DREHER, Andreas,
Josef, TROKHAN, Paul, Dennis, HAMADEBRAHIMPOUR, Alyssandrea, Hope
33: US 31: 61/583,011 32: 2012/01/04
54: ACTIVE CONTAINING FIBROUS
STRUCTURES WITH MULTIPLE REGIONS
HAVING DIFFERING DENSITIES
00: A fibrous structure including filaments wherein the
filaments comprise one or more filament-forming
materials and one or more active agents that are
releasable from the filament when exposed to
conditions of intended use, the fibrous structure
further having at least two regions with different
average densities. Methods of treating fabrics with a
fibrous structure are also provided herein.
21: 2014/04761 22: 11/29/2012 43: 5/27/2016
51: H04L
71: ROSS, BRUCE
72: ROSS, BRUCE
33: US 31: 61/564,588 32: 2011/11/29
54: LAYERED SECURITY FOR AGE
VERIFICATION AND TRANSACTION
AUTHORIZATION
00: A user may be willing to purchase item or participate
in a pay-for service offered by a service provider. A
service provider may wish to verify characteristics of
the user prior to allowing transactions to take place,
and may want to secure the transactions once the
transactions are allowed. A credential issued to a
user and a transaction application uploaded to a
user device may be used to secure transactions
between the user and a service provider interface,
such as a webserver or a point-of-sale. The
transaction application may capture real-time user
data and comparing the real-time user data to prior
user data stored on the credential, authenticate the
service provider interface to the user and the user to
the service provider interface; and establish an
encrypted session between the service provider
interface and the transaction application adapted to
authenticate the transactions between the user and
the service provider interface.
21: 2014/04763 22: 12/13/2012 43: 5/30/2016
51: A01N; A01P
71: DOW AGROSCIENCES LLC
72: OLDS, MELISSA G, TANK, HOLGER, OGAWA,
TOSHIYA
33: US 31: 61/576,144 32: 2011/12/15
54: HIGH LOAD AQUEOUS SUSPENSION
CONCENTRATE OF AN ACTIVE INGREDIENT
00: Embodiments of the invention include stable
compositions comprising: an active ingredient, a
dispersant, a latex, and water, wherein the active
ingredient and the latex in the composition remain
substantially separate. Further embodiments include
methods of applying the compositions to an area to
control undesirable plant growth, fungal pathogens
or insects.
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21: 2014/04826 22: 12/2/2012 43: 5/26/2016
51: A61K; A61P
71: SYNCHRONEURON INC.
72: KERNS, WILLIAM D, FOGEL, BARRY S, FONG,
KEI-LAI, CHOW, SAN-LAUNG, WONG, DAVID, LIN,
EDWARD
33: US 31: 61/566,550 32: 2011/12/02
33: US 31: 61/649,137 32: 2012/05/18
54: ACAMPROSATE FORMULATIONS, METHODS
OF USING THE SAME, AND COMBINATIONS
COMPRISING THE SAME
00: Embodiments disclosed herein generally relate to
acamprosate formulations, methods of use of the
formulations, to methods of using the formulations in
combination with at least one other medication, and
to combination products and compositions
comprising the formulations and at least one other
medication, such as neuroleptic (antipsychotic)
and/or antidepressant drugs.
Services, Centers for Disease Control and
Prevention, National Institute for Occupational
Safety and Health, MICHAEL, Robert Joseph
72: MICHAEL, Robert Joseph, FERRO Jr., Ernest
B., FERRO, Jeffrey A., YANTEK, David Scott,
ALCORN, Lynn A.
33: US 31: 61/582,689 32: 2012/01/03
54: DRILL BIT AND CHUCK ISOLATORS
00: An isolator for a drill assembly that is mountable to a
drill is presented. The isolator comprises an
elongated outer member with an elongated inner
member inserted within the outer member. An
elastomer is interposed in the space between said
inner member and said outer member. The isolator
is connectable to a drill assembly at one end through
the outer member and at the other end through the
inner member. The isolator is capable of providing
sound and vibration isolation when the drill assembly
is mounted to a drill.
21: 2014/04887 22: 7/2/2014 43: 5/5/2016
51: E21B
71: Corry Rubber Corporation, The Government of
the United States of America as represented by the
Secretary of the Department of Health and Human,
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54: STRUCTURAL CONNECTORS FOR
DRAGLINE BOOM AND MAST TUBULAR
CLUSTERS AND METHODS FOR REPAIR,
REINFORCEMENT AND LIFE EXTENSION OF
DRAGLINE BOOMS AND MASTS
00: A construction for a boom such as a dragline boom
provides a spade plate that connects lacing
members to a main chord at a cluster. The spade
plate is curved. One edge of the spade plate has
tabs attached to the lacing members. Another edge
of the spade plate is attached to the main chord.
The spade plate may be applied for new
construction or repair.
21: 2014/05192 22: 7/16/2014 43: 5/16/2016
51: E02F
71: BMT WBM CANADA CONSULTING
ENGINEERS INC.
72: CONSTANCON, Charles Peter; RATCLIFF,
Arlon John Thomas; BYDEMAST, Harold
33: US 31: 61/859235 32: 2013/07/28
21: 2014/05249 22: 1/25/2013 43: 5/31/2016
51: A61K
71: AGILE THERAPEUTICS, INC.
72: KYDONIEUS, AGIS, ROSSI, THOMAS M,
ARNOLD, CHARLES G, BANGA, AJAY K,
SACHDEVA, VISHAL
33: US 31: 61/591,533 32: 2012/01/27
33: US 31: 61/702,304 32: 2012/09/18
54: TRANSDERMAL HORMONE DELIVERY
00: -
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Compositions and devices for transdermal hormone
delivery are disclosed. The compositions and
devices include desogestrel and enable delivery of
effective amounts of progestin without the use of
skin permeation enhancers.
21: 2014/05402 22: 7/22/2014 43: 5/3/2016
51: F25D
71: The Sure Chill Company Limited
72: TANSLEY, Ian
33: GB 31: 1201437.9 32: 2012/01/27
54: REFRIGERATION APPARATUS
00: An apparatus for cooling objects such as food items,
beverages or vaccines comprises at least two
reservoirs, a cooling device for cooling fluid
contained in one of the reservoirs and a thermal
transfer region between respective upper regions of
the reservoirs. The thermal transfer region permits
thermal transfer between the fluid contained in the
reservoirs such that cooling of the fluid in one
reservoir causes cooling of the fluid in the other
reservoir.
21: 2014/05459 22: 7/24/2014 43: 5/9/2016
51: A61K C07C A61P
71: GENFIT
72: DUBERNET, Mathieu, DELHOMEL, JeanFrançois, BERTRAND, Karine
33: EP 31: 11306790.4 32: 2011/12/28
54: 1,3-DIPHENYLPROPANE DERIVATIVES,
PREPARATIONS AND USES THEREOF
00: The present invention relates to novel 1,3diphenylpropane derivatives, pharmaceutical
compositions comprising the same and therapeutic
uses thereof, in particular in the fields of human and
animal health. The compounds according to the
present invention have intrinsic PPAR agonist
properties. They are therefore of particular interest in
the treatment of metabolic and/or inflammatory
diseases and particularly peripheral and central
diseases associated with the metabolic syndrome,
such as diverse forms of steatohepatitis, type 2
diabetes, diverse neurodegenerative disorders,such
as Alzheimer'sdisease, Parkinson's disease and
multiple sclerosis.
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51: B60D
71: J.H.FLETCHER & CO.
72: BURGESS, TIMOTHY D.
33: US 31: 61/861,143 32: 2013/08/01
54: A TOWING IMPLEMENT FOR VEHICLE WITH
A PASSAGE AND RELATED METHOD
00: 57: A towing apparatus for use with a vehicle having
a passage, such as a walkway passing through a
roof bolter. The apparatus includes a towing
implement adapted for spanning the passage in an
operative condition and for exposing the passage in
a stowed condition. The towing implement may
include a first member and a second member
adapted for releasably connecting to the first
member to provide the towing implement in the
operative position and for disconnecting from the
first member in the stowed condition.
21: 2014/05802 22: 8/6/2014 43: 5/5/2016
51: G01N
71: KATZ, Elisabeth
72: KLEIN, Albert
33: US 31: 13/370,204 32: 2012/02/09
54: METHOD FOR DETERMINING THE
CONCENTRATION OF AN ELEMENT IN A
MATERIAL
00: A method for determining the concentration of an
element in a material, such as heavy elements like
mercury, lead, uranium, plutanium, tungsten or gold
in a light matrix material like coal or refined oils, that
can be performed as an online measurement and
that makes it possible to precisely determine even
very low concentrations, especially below 0,1%, is
provided. According to the Invention the
characteristic absorption is measured using a
technique such as X-ray absorption spectroscopy
(e.g. XAS, XANES, EXAFS). This measurement
takes advantage of the fact that the absorption of an
element significantly rises when the energy of the
irradiating beam goes beyond an characteristic
absorption edge of the element. So, according to the
invention, the difference between the intensity of the
transmitted X-ray beam in an energy interval above
the absorption edge and in an energy interval below
the absorption edge is determined.
21: 2014/06211 22: 8/22/2014 43: 5/5/2016
51: G01R
71: Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial
Research Organisation
72: LEWIS, Christopher John
33: AU 31: 2012900716 32: 2012/02/24
54: FLUX MODULATION SCHEME FOR SQUID
SIGNAL PROCESSING CIRCUITRY
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00: A signal processing circuitry for a SQUID
comprising: a signal processing module coupled to
receive a SQUID output signal, the signal processing
module comprising a modulator and a phase
tracking component; an integrator coupled to an
output of the signal processing module; a feedback
circuit arranged to provide a feedback signal to the
SQUID in a FLL arrangement, the feedback signal
including an integrator output signal, wherein the
integrator output signal is modulated by a quadrature
modulation from the modulator; the phase tracking
module is configured to demodulate and unwrap a
phase angle of the output of the SQUID and provide
the unwrapped phase angle to the integrator.
21: 2014/06235 22: 4/26/2013 43: 5/23/2016
51: C07K; A61K; A61P
71: DAIICHI SANKYO COMPANY LIMITED
72: ISUMI, YOSHITAKA, SATO, TOSHIYUKI,
HASEGAWA, JUN, INOUE, TATSUYA
33: JP 31: 2012-103929 32: 2012/04/27
33: JP 31: 2013-011042 32: 2013/01/24
54: ANTI-ROBO4-ANTIBODY
00: The present disclosure relates to an antibody having
an anti- angiogenesis activity. More specifically, the
present disclosure relates to an antibody against
ROB04 and a pharmaceutical composition
containing the antibody. An object of the present
disclosure is to provide an anti-ROB04 antibody
having an anti-angiogenesis effect, a pharmaceutical
composition or the like comprising the antibody, a
method for suppressing angiogenesis using the
antibody, etc. Another object of the present
disclosure is to provide a method for producing the
antibody. Solution The antibody of the present
disclosure activates the downstream signal of
ROB04 and has a suppressive activity against cell
migration induced by VEGF or bFGF. The antibody
of the present disclosure also exhibits an antiangiogenesis effect in in-vivo models. Thus, the
problem has been solved.
21: 2014/06318 22: 8/27/2014 43: 5/9/2016
51: A61K, A61P
71: GILEAD BIOLOGICS, INC.
72: ADAMKEWICZ, Joanne, I., SMITH, Victoria,
THAI, Zung, HAWKINS, Michael, J.
33: US 31: PCT/US2012/027160 32: 2012/02/29
33: US 31: 61/605,181 32: 2012/02/29
33: US 31: 61/755,444 32: 2013/01/22
54: ANTIBODIES TO MATRIX
METALLOPROTEINASE 9
00: The present disclosure provides compositions and
methods of use involving binding proteins, e.g.,
antibodies and antigen-binding fragments thereof,
that bind to the matrix metalloproteinase-9 (MMP9)
protein (MMP9 is also known as gelatinase-B), such
as where the binding proteins comprise an
immunoglobulin (Ig) heavy chain (or functional
fragment thereof) and an Ig light chain (or functional
fragment thereof).
21: 2014/06409 22: 9/1/2014 43: 5/30/2016
51: A61F
71: UNIVERSITY OF CAPE TOWN
72: VICATOS, George
33: ZA 31: 2012/01641 32: 2012/03/06
54: ROTATING HINGE KNEE PROSTHESIS
00: -
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A knee prosthesis is provided having a femoral
component with a pair of laterally spaced condylar
formations at one end, and a tibial component
having a transverse platform supporting a shock
absorbing bumper interposed between the platform
and condylar formations with the tibial component
supporting a ball of a ball and socket joint. The
socket is provided in a generally cylindrical bearing
having an axis extending generally parallel to a
longitudinal axis of the femoral component. The
bearing is held captive in a recess that is between
the two laterally spaced condylar formations and is
formed in the region of said end of the femoral
component. The axis of the bearing is preferably
inclined laterally at an angle of about 5º relative to
the axis of the femoral component so that it is able to
line up with a mechanical axis of a lower limb.
21: 2014/06486 22: 04/09/2014 43: 08/06/2016
51: B22D
71: ARCELORMITTAL INVESTIGACION Y
DESARROLLO SL
72: Paul NAVEAU, Jean-Paul FISCHBACH, Mathieu
BRANDT,
33: - 31: - 32: 54: CONTINUOUS CASTING PROCESS OF
METAL
00: 57: The present invention relates to a continuous
casting process of a steel semi-product comprising;
a step of casting using a hollow jet nozzle located
between a tundish and a continuous casting mould,
said nozzle comprising, in its upper part, a dome for
deflecting the liquid metal arriving at the inlet of said
nozzle towards the internal wall of the nozzle, thus
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defining an internal volume with no liquid metal, a
simultaneous step of injection of powder through a
hole of the dome, said powder having a particle size
inferior to 200 µm and said dome comprising first
means to inject said powder without any contact with
said dome and second means to avoid sticking or
sintering of said powder onto said first means.
21: 2014/06487 22: 04/09/2014 43: 08/06/2016
51: B28B
71: ARCELORMITTAL INVESTIGACION Y
DESARROLLO SL
72: Paul NAVEAU, Jean-Paul FISCHBACH,
Mathieu BRANDT,
33: - 31: - 32: 54: CONTINUOUS CASTING EQUIPMENT
00: 57: The present invention relates to a continuous
equipment for a flow of liquid metal from a tundish
(1) into a mould (9), said equipment comprising: a
vertical duct disposed upstream of the mould (9) with
respect to the direction of travel of the liquid metal;
said duct comprising from upstream to downstream
a refractory ring (5), a copper tube (3) with an
internal diameter D and a submerged entry nozzle
(8), a dome (2) disposed inside the refractory rign (5)
and comprising a sloped upper part (16), said upper
part (16) being defined so as to deflect the liquid
metal coming from the tundish (1) towards the inner
walls of the vertical duct; characterized in that the
diameter equals to Q/1.25, where Q is the nominal
liquid metal flow rate of the equipment and is
comprised between 200 and 800 kg/min and D the
diameter express in mm.
21: 2014/06639 22: 3/19/2012 43: 5/31/2016
51: A01N; A01P; A61K; A61P
71: PURICORE, INC.
72: PANICHEVA, SVETLANA, SAMPSON, MARK
N, PANICHEV, VADIM, DIBELLO, GERALD
33: US 31: 61/454,383 32: 2011/03/18
33: US 31: 61/526,149 32: 2011/08/22
54: STABILIZED HYPOHALOUS ACID
SOLUTIONS
00: The present invention provides a stabilized
hypohalous acid solution (or formulation thereof),
which may be conveniently packaged for sale, or
stored for later use on demand. The invention further
provides methods of making the stabilized
hypohalous acid solution, as well as methods of use
for disinfecting mammalian tissue, including wounds
and burns, disinfecting or cleansing surfaces, or
treating and/or preserving food products and cut
flowers, among other uses.
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21: 2014/06640 22: 9/10/2014 43: 5/31/2016
51: C01B
71: AIR PRODUCTS AND CHEMICALS, INC.
72: GOLDEN, TIMOTHY CHRISTOPHER,
DHOLAKIA, VIPUL P, SISODIA, SUNITA S
33: US 31: 14/024,686 32: 2013/09/12
54: INTEGRATED PROCESS FOR PRODUCTION
OF OZONE AND OXYGEN
00: Embodiments of the present invention provide
systems and methods for efficiently producing both a
low-pressure ozone stream and high-pressure
oxygen stream using a single air separation unit.
The low-pressure ozone stream and high-pressure
oxygen stream can be produced with significant
energy savings and can be used in variety of
applications, including the extraction of precious
metals from ore with aqueous oxidation reactors and
high-pressure oxidation reactors.
21: 2014/06663 22: 9/11/2014 43: 5/26/2016
51: B01J C07C
71: BASF SE
72: SCHÄFER, Alexander, VON FEHREN, Thorsten,
MADON, Rostam
33: US 31: 61/598,932 32: 2012/02/15
54: CATALYTICALLY ACTIVE BODY FOR THE
SYNTHESIS OF DIMETHYL ETHER FROM
SYNTHESIS GAS
00: The invention relates to a catalytically active body for
the synthesis of dimethyl ether from synthesis gas.
In particular, the invention relates to an improved
catalytically active body for the synthesis of dimethyl
ether, whereby the components of the active body
comprise a defined particle size distribution.
Furthermore, the present invention concerns a
method for the preparation of a catalytically active
body, the use of the catalytically active body and a
method for preparation of dimethyl ether from
synthesis gas.
21: 2014/06677 22: 2/28/2013 43: 5/31/2016
51: C08J
71: MICROGREEN POLYMERS, INC.
72: NADELLA, KRISHNA
33: US 31: 61/605,004 32: 2012/02/29
33: US 31: 61/752,220 32: 2013/01/14
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54: METHOD FOR INFUSING A GAS INTO A
THERMOPLASTIC MATERIAL, AND RELATED
SYSTEMS
00: A method for infusing gas into a thermoplastic
material includes positioning a sheet of a
thermoplastic material into a vertical or substantially
vertical position; positioning a sheet of a gaspermeable material into a vertical or substantially
vertical position; and winding together the positioned
sheet of thermoplastic material sheet and the
positioned sheet of gas-permeable material to form a
roll of the thermoplastic material interleaved with the
gas-permeable material, the interleaved roll having a
longitudinal axis oriented in a vertical or substantially
vertical position. The method also includes exposing
the interleaved roll to an atmosphere of a gas
pressurized to infuse the thermoplastic material with
the gas, while the longitudinal axis of the interleaved
roll is oriented in a vertical or substantially vertical
position; and then unwinding the gas-infused
interleaved roll, while the longitudinal axis of the
interleaved roll remains in a vertical or substantially
vertical position.
21: 2014/06697 22: 9/12/2014 43: 5/26/2016
51: B01J C07C
71: BASF SE
72: SCHÄFER, Alexander, VON FEHREN, Thorsten,
MADON, Rostam
33: US 31: 61/598,931 32: 2012/02/15
54: CATALYTICALLY ACTIVE BODY FOR THE
SYNTHESIS OF DIMETHYL ETHER FROM
SYNTHESIS GAS
00: The invention relates to a catalytically active body for
the synthesis of dimethyl ether from synthesis gas.
In particular, the invention relates to an improved
catalytically active body for the synthesis of dimethyl
ether, whereby the components of the active body
comprise a defined particle size distribution.
Furthermore, the present invention concerns a
method for the preparation of a catalytically active
body, the use of the catalytically active body and a
method for preparation of dimethyl ether from
synthesis gas.
21: 2014/06709 22: 3/14/2013 43: 5/3/2016
51: A61K; A61P
71: SIGNAL PHARMACEUTICALS, LLC
72: XU, SHUICHAN, HEGE, KRISTEN MAE
33: US 31: 61/611,370 32: 2012/03/15
33: US 31: 61/715,329 32: 2012/10/18
54: TREATMENT OF CANCER WITH TOR KINASE
INHIBITORS
00: Provided herein are methods for treating or
preventing ETS overexpressing Ewings sarcoma,
comprising administering an effective amount of a
TOR kinase inhibitor to a patient having ETS
overexpressing Ewings sarcoma.
21: 2014/06710 22: 12/09/2014 43: 30/05/2016
51: E02D
71: OFFICINE MACCAFERRI S.P.A.
72: Francesco FERRAIOLO
33: IT 31: BO2012A000151 32: 2012/03/21
54: GABION
00: 57: A reinforced gabion comprising two adjacent
walls with a common edge manufactured using a
single sheet of double twisted metal mesh fabric
formed from metal wires which have two different
diameters respectively corresponding to the two
walls. Preferably the metal mesh fabric has a mesh
with at least one twisted side formed from at least
two metal wires woven together in which each
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twisted side is aligned in the direction of the common
edge between the two walls.
21: 2014/06717 22: 12/09/2014 43: 14/06/2016
51: B60R
71: Pieter Jacobus JACOBS
72: Pieter Jacobus JACOBS
33: ZA 31: 2013/05513 32: 2013/07/22
54: TRAILER ELECTRICITY SUPPLY CABLE
CLUSTER PROTECTOR
00: 57: An extended resilient utility transfer facility
protector, according to the invention, in the form of a
trailer electricity supply cable cluster protector 10
comprises a damage incurring limiting resilient
sleeve in the form of a spring fashion extending
spiral 12 of which opposite ends provide for its
secure holding onto an electrical cable cluster 14 by
way of flaring 16 at one end 12.1 and an integrally
formed securing formation 18 at its remote end 12.2
as associated with the trailer emerging end of the
cable cluster 14. The protector 10 is in use used to
protect an electrical cable cluster 14 that couples a
trailer to the electrical power supply of a towing
vehicle against becoming damaged.
21: 2014/06735 22: 15/09/2014 43: 12/04/2016
51: F17C, F42D
71: Stemlock SA (Pty) Ltd
72: Eugene Ram
33: - 31: - 32: 54: A GAS BAG
00: 57: A gas bag for plugging a borehole utilised for air
deck blasting, the bag comprising a sealed aerosol
therein, wherein the aerosol comprises an actuator
to dispense the aerosol contents at variable
volumes. The actuator comprises a dispense-locking
mechanism to dispense the entire contents of the
aerosol. The aerosol is enabled is enabled to
dispense its contents when inverted. The gas bag
comprises an attachment means to which a rope is
secured thereto. The rope is used to lower the gas
bag to a desired depth in the borehole, in use.
21: 2014/06748 22: 3/28/2013 43: 5/3/2016
51: C21D; C25D
71: TATA STEEL IJMUIDEN B.V.
72: CAMPANIELLO, JEAN JOSEPH, WIJENBERG,
JACQUES HUBERT OLGA JOSEPH, PORTEGIES
ZWART, ILJA
33: EP 31: 12162441.5 32: 2012/03/30
54: A PROCESS FOR MANUFACTURING A
RECOVERY ANNEALED COATED STEEL
SUBSTRATE FOR PACKAGING APPLICATIONS
AND A PACKAGING STEEL PRODUCT
PRODUCED THEREBY
00: This invention relates to a process for manufacturing
a recovery annealed coated steel substrate for
packaging applications and a packaging steel
product produced thereby.
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21: 2014/06860 22: 3/7/2013 43: 5/6/2016
51: A61P; A61K; C07D
71: INSTITUTE OF CANCER RESEARCH: ROYAL
CANCER HOSPITAL (THE)
72: ASHWORTH, ALAN, LORD, CHRISTOPHER
JAMES, ELLIOTT, RICHARD JAMES ROWLAND,
NICULESCU-DUVAZ, DAN, PORTER, RODERICK,
BOFFEY, RAYMOND JOHN, BAYFORD, MELANIE
JAYNE, FIRTH-CLARK, STUART, JARVIS,
ASHLEY NICHOLAS, PERRIOR, TREVOR
ROBERT, KEY, REBEKAH ELISABETH
33: US 31: 61/607,680 32: 2012/03/07
54: 3-ARYL-5-SUBSTITUTED-ISOQUINOLIN-1ONE COMPOUNDS AND THEIR THERAPEUTIC
USE
00: The present invention pertains generally to the field
of therapeutic compounds. More specifically the
present invention pertains to certain 3-aryl-5substituted- 2H-isoquinolin-1-one compounds that,
inter alia, inhibit PARP (e.g., PARP1, TNKS1,
TNKS2, etc.) and/or Wnt signalling. The present
invention also pertains to pharmaceutical
compositions comprising such compounds, and the
use of such compounds and compositions, both in
vitro and in vivo, to inhibit PARP (e.g., PARP1,
TNKS1, TNKS2, etc.); to inhibit Wnt signalling; to
treat disorders that are ameliorated by the inhibition
of PARP (e.g., PARP1, TNKS1, TNKS2, etc.); to
treat disorders that are ameliorated by the inhibition
of Wnt signalling; to treat proliferative conditions
such as cancer, etc.
21: 2014/06876 22: 3/2/2012 43: 5/4/2016
51: E04C
71: AAR MANUFACTURING, INC.
72: KALINOWSKI, RAMON
54: INTERCONNECTION SYSTEM FOR PANEL
ASSEMBLIES
00: A system for interconnecting multiple panel
assemblies comprising bracketing bodies, wherein a
first bracket body has a bearing member that
pivotally engages with another bracket body, and at
least one panel receiving volume for receiving a
panel defined by at least one planar member of a
bracketing body. The system may include one or
more thermal insulating bodies that place the
bracketing body in a spaced relationship with
respect to one another, and a fastenerless
connection for connecting the assemblies to panel
assemblies.
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The present invention relates to a method for the
production of aerated water-in-oil emulsions
containing sucrose fatty acid esters. The invention
further relates to aerated water-in-oil emulsions
containing sucrose fatty acid esters, and to use of
the composition for shallow frying and baking of food
products. The method comprises a step wherein an
oil is mixed with sucrose fatty acid ester, followed by
aeration of this mixture. The obtained foamed oil is
mixed with a water-in-oil emulsion.
21: 2014/06878 22: 3/5/2013 43: 5/4/2016
51: A01N; A01P
71: ISHIHARA SANGYO KAISHA, LTD.
72: YAMADA, RYU, OKAMOTO, HIROYUKI,
TERADA, TAKASHI
33: JP 31: 2012-052563 32: 2012/03/09
54: HERBICIDAL COMPOSITION
00: Provided is a highly active herbicidal composition
having a broad weed-killing spectrum. An herbicidal
composition containing synergistically effective
amounts of: (A) pyridate or a salt thereof; and (B) at
least one species of sulfonylurea-based compound
selected from the group consisting of flazasulfuron,
nicosulfuron, trifloxysulfuron, chlorimuron and alkyl
esters thereof, halosulfuron and alkyl esters thereof,
and salts thereof.
21: 2014/06949 22: 2/22/2013 43: 5/4/2016
51: H04B; G06F
71: SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS CO., LTD.
72: NA, MIN WOOK, SHIN, JONG WOO, CHOI,
KANG SIK, KWON, MIN SOO, WANG, JEE YEUN
33: KR 31: 10-2012-0019352 32: 2012/02/24
54: A MOBILE TERMINAL HAVING A SCREEN
OPERATION AND OPERATING METHOD
00: A mobile terminal and screen operation method for
the same are disclosed. The screen operation
method includes: displaying a screen containing an
amorphous object that is changeable at least in part
to a specific form according to an input event;
receiving a generated input event; and displaying a
concrete object that is generated from the
amorphous object by modifying the amorphous
object at least in part according to the input event.
21: 2014/06914 22: 3/18/2013 43: 5/31/2016
51: A23D
71: UNILEVER PLC
72: ALDRED, DEBORAH LYNNE, BOT, ARJEN,
PENG, JINFENG, WIERINGA, JAN ALDERS, XU,
QINGGUO, ZHU, SHIPING, KNIGHT, PENELOPE
EILEEN
33: EP 31: 12162993.5 32: 2012/04/03
54: METHOD FOR PRODUCTION OF AERATED
WATER-IN-OIL EMULSIONS AND AERATED
EMULSIONS
00: -
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temperature of 240 to 300°C and a heavy oil (b2)
which is heavier than the intermediate fraction (b1).
21: 2014/06953 22: 3/27/2013 43: 5/4/2016
51: C10G; C10L
71: JAPAN OIL, GAS AND METALS NATIONAL
CORPORATION, INPEX CORPORATION, JX
NIPPON OIL & ENERGY CORPORATION, JAPAN
PETROLEUM EXPLORATION CO., LTD., COSMO
OIL CO., LTD., NIPPON STEEL & SUMIKIN
ENGINEERING CO., LTD.
72: NIITSUMA, TAKUYA, IWAMA, MARIE
33: JP 31: 2012-075017 32: 2012/03/28
54: DIESEL FUEL OR DIESEL FUEL BASE
STOCK AND PRODUCTION METHOD THEREOF
00: This process for manufacturing a diesel fuel base
comprises: (A) a hydrogenation step that includes
(A1) a hydroisomerization step of bringing an FT
synthetic oil into contact with a hydro-isomerization
catalyst to obtain a hydroisomerized oil (a1) and/or
(A2) a hydrocracking step of bringing an FT
synthetic oil into contact with a hydrocracking
catalyst to obtain a hydrocracked oil (a2); and (B) a
rectification step of transferring at least a part of a
hydrogenated oil (a) consisting of the
hydroisomerized oil (a1) and/or the hydrocracked oil
(a2) into a rectifying column to obtain, at least, an
intermediate fraction (b1) which has a 5% distillation
temperature of 130 to 170°C and a 95% distillation
21: 2014/06956 22: 3/27/2013 43: 5/3/2016
51: C01B
71: UNIVERSITY OF THE WESTERN CAPE
72: HUMS, JOSEPH ERICH, PETRIK, LESLIE
FELICIA, MUSYOKA, NICHOLAS MULEI
33: ZA 31: 2012/02206 32: 2012/03/27
54: SYNTHESIS OF ZEOLITE X WITH
HIERARCHICAL MORPHOLOGY FROM FLY ASH
00: A process for the synthesis of a fly ash based Zeolite
X with unique hierarchical morphology is provided.
The process includes the steps of mixing of the fly
ash with NaOH and heating the mixture to obtain a
fused mass. The fused mass is crushed to a fine
powder. The fine powder is mixed with water in a
mass ratio of 1:less than 5, to obtain a slurry. The
slurry then undergoes a separation step to separate
the solids and the liquid. The liquid solution is then
subjected to a hydrothermal crystallisation step to
obtain zeolite X crystals.
21: 2014/06974 22: 9/23/2014 43: 5/4/2016
51: A61K
71: Zoetis Services LLC
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72: NITZEL, Gregory P., GALVIN, Jeffrey E.,
GARRETT, John Keith, KULAWIK II, James R.,
RICKER, Tracy L., SMUTZER, Megan Marie
33: US 31: 61/620,175 32: 2012/04/04
54: PCV/MYCOPLASMA HYOPNEUMONIAE
COMBINATION VACCINE
00: This invention provides a multivalent immunogenic
composition including a soluble portion of a
Mycoplasma hyopneumoniae (M.hyo) whole cell
preparation; and a porcine circovirus type 2 (PCV2)
antigen, wherein the soluble portion of the M.hyo
preparation is substantially free of both (i) IgG and
(ii) immunocomplexes comprised of antigen bound
to immunoglobulin.
21: 2014/07040 22: 9/29/2014 43: 5/3/2016
51: B65D; F16B
71: JF HILLEBRAND LIMITED
72: CORVISIER, Pierre
33: ZA 31: 2013/08869 32: 2013/11/26
54: SECURING OF SHEET MATERIAL WHICH IN
THE FORM OF A LINER, A COVER OR A
CURTAIN
00: A mounting securing in place a sheet which
constitutes a liner, cover or curtain, the sheet having
an elongate attachment zone which is thicker than
the material of the sheet. The mounting includes a
clip (10.2) which is formed with an elongate hollow
portion (12) having a longitudinal slit (14) along the
length thereof. The attachment zone is in the hollow
portion with the sheet emerging from the portion
through the slit. An elongate element connects the
clip to a lashing point. The clip has a passageway
(40) through which the elongate element passes
thereby to attach the clip and the attachment zone to
the latching point.
21: 2014/07047 22: 29/09/2014 43: 08/06/2016
51: E21C
71: CHINA UNIVERSITY OF MINING AND
TECHNOLOGY
72: Jiaqiang ZHENG, Chenxu LUO, Zenghui LIU,
Xiaohui LIU, Xinxia CUI, Songyong LIU
33: CN 31: 201310076719.9 32: 2013/03/11
54: HIGH-PRESSURE WATER JET ASSISTED
CUTTING MECHANISM FOR HEADING MACHINE
00: 57: A high-pressure water jet assisted cutting
mechanism for a heading machine comprises a drive
apparatus (1), a reducer (2), a cutting arm (3), a
cutting head (4), a built-in inner spray and highpressure water delivery system (5) all sequentially
connected. The drive apparatus (1) comprises a
motor, a connection frame (1-3) and an output shaft I
(1-4). The reducer (2) comprises: a reducer casing, a
coupling sleeve (2-1), a sun shaft I (2-2), a first stage
planet carrier, a sun shaft II (2-3), a second stage
planet carrier, and an output shaft II (2-4). The
cutting arm (3) comprises a main spindle (3-1), a
housing (3-2), and a connection flange (3-3). The
cutting head (4) comprises hydraulic cutting tooth
assemblies (4-1), a nozzle (4-2), and a cutting head
welding assembly (4-3). The inner spray and highpressure water delivery system (5) comprises a
spray water input duct (5-1), a high-pressure water
input duct (5-2), a spray water path (5-3), a highpressure water pipe (5-4), a spray water output duct
(5-5), a high-pressure water duct (5-6), a spray
chamber (5-7), and a high-pressure water chamber
(5-8). Based on keeping an inner spray system,
high-pressure water is introduced, the layout is
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proper, the structure is compact, and the objectives
of improving efficiency, reducing work dust, and
extending service life of a cutting tool are achieved.
21: 2014/07054 22: 9/29/2014 43: 6/10/2016
51: G01R, G01V
71: CGG DATA SERVICES AG
72: SMITH, Richard Stuart, ANNAN, Alexander
Peter
33: US 31: 61/614,691 32: 2012/03/23
54: SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR GEOPHYSICAL
SURVEYING USING ELECTROMAGNETIC
FIELDS AND GRADIENTS
00: Electromagnetic exploration methods are used to
identify a subsurface anomalous feature. This is
sometimes difficult in the presence of large fields
from the transmitter or other surrounding material
that may be above and around the subsurface
feature. By constructing linear combinations of the
field and gradients of the field it is possible to
remove the large fields associated with the
transmitter and the surrounding material to make
identification of the anomalous subsurface material
easier. The fields and gradients can also be
combined so as to provide estimates of other
electromagnetic field quantities that would be
otherwise difficult to measure, for example the
electric field or the time derivative of the electric field.
21: 2014/07087 22: 30/09/2014 43: 15/06/2016
51: F03D, H02K
71: WOBBEN PROPERTIES GMBH
72: Wojciech GIENGIEL
33: DE 31: 10 2012 208 550.5 32: 2012/05/22
54: GENERATOR OF A GEARLESS WIND
POWER PLANT
00: 57: The invention relates to a generator (1) of
gearless wind power plant (100), having a stator (2)
and a rotor (4), wherein the stator (2) and/or the
rotor (4) have/has windings (14, 30) made of
aluminium.
21: 2014/07116 22: 9/26/2014 43: 5/31/2016
51: C05C
71: KIMLEIGH TECHNOLOGIES (PTY) LTD
72: LUBBE, Leon, OPPERMAN, Hugo
33: ZA 31: 2013/06012 32: 2013/09/30
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54: SUPPRESSION AND UTILIZATION OF
VOLATIZED AMMONIA OF PARTICULATED
NITROGENOUS FERTILIZERS
00: A method of preparing a fertilizer composition, the
method including providing a binder compound,
providing an urease inhibitor in the form of a Sulphur
oxidizing bacteria and coating a granular fertilizer
with a combination of the binder compound, the
urease inhibitor and a Sulphur compound.
21: 2014/07117 22: 9/26/2014 43: 5/31/2016
51: B03D
71: KIMLEIGH TECHNOLOGIES (PTY) LTD
72: LUBBE, Leon, ESTERHUYSEN, Stephanus
Albertus, OPPERMAN, Hugo
33: ZA 31: 2013/06320 32: 2013/09/30
54: AN ALTERNATIVE FLOTATION PROCESS
00: A reagent composition used as either a collector,
activator, depressant or froth modifier, which
includes a base metal sulphate and at least one or
more chelators with citrate salts being one of the
chelating agents.
21: 2014/07233 22: 10/6/2014 43: 6/10/2016
51: B01D, C01B
71: OCP SA
72: KHALESS, Khaoula, KOSSIR, Abdelaali
33: FR 31: 1252031 32: 2012/03/06
33: US 31: 61/611,141 32: 2012/03/15
54: PROCESS FOR PURIFYING PHOSPHORIC
ACID BY NANOFILTRATION
00: The invention relates to a process for purifying a
phosphoric acid solution, comprising a step of
filtration of the phosphoric acid using a nanofiltration
membrane, in which the nanofiltration membrane is
an organic nanofiltration membrane on which is
absorbed at least one water-soluble polymer
comprising at least one amine function, one aromatic
amine function, one acid function and/or one alcohol
function. The invention also relates to a process for
manufacturing said membrane, comprising a step of
absorption, on an organic nanofiltration membrane,
of at least one water-soluble polymer comprising at
least one amine function, one aromatic amine
function, one acid function and/or one alcohol
function.
21: 2014/07336 22: 5/6/2013 43: 5/5/2016
51: C07K
71: GANYMED PHARMACEUTICALS AG, TRON TRANSLATIONALE ONKOLOGIE AN DER
JOHANNES GUTENBERG-UNIVERSITÄT MAINZ
GEMEINNÜTZIGE GMBH
72: SAHIN, UGUR, TÜRECI, ÖZLEM, MITNACHTKRAUS, RITA, WÖLL, STEFAN
33: EP 31: PCT/EP2012/001991 32: 2012/05/09
54: ANTIBODIES AGAINST CLAUDIN 18.2
USEFUL IN CANCER DIAGNOSIS
00: The invention relates to antibodies directed against
an epitope located within the C-terminal portion of
CLDN18.2 which are useful, for example, in
diagnosing cancer and/or in determining whether
cancer cells express CLDN18.2.
21: 2014/07391 22: 13/10/2014 43: 17/06/2016
51: E21D
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71: CHINA UNIVERSITY OF MINING AND
TECHNOLOGY
72: Zhencai ZHU, Yandong WANG, Guohua CAO,
Lei ZHANG, Jishan XIA, Gang SHEN, Shanzeng
LIU, Zhi LIU, Jinjie WANG, Weihong PENG
33: CN 31: 201310285331 32: 2013/07/08
54: SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR
AUTOMATICALLY REGULATING TENSIONS OF
GUIDE ROPES OF FLEXIBLE CABLE
SUSPENSION PLATFORM
00: 57: A system for automatically adjusting tension of
guide ropes of a flexible cable suspended platform
comprises guide rope adjusters (3) installed on the
flexible cable suspended platform (1) and connected
to the guide ropes (2), a hydraulic power unit (5)
disposed on the flexible cable suspended platform
(1), and a matched hydraulic system. Further
disclosed is a method for adjusting tension of guide
ropes of a flexible cable suspended platform. The
guide rope adjusters (3) can automatically adjust
tension of the guide ropes (2) with assistance of the
hydraulic system, so that tension of each guide rope
(2) is consistent, which ensures that the flexible
cable suspended platform is in a horizontal state,
and a tensioning state of each guide rope can be
measured, so as to ensure that the guide ropes have
sufficient tension to limit a swinging amplitude when
a lifting container works.
21: 2014/07440 22: 10/14/2014 43: 5/5/2016
51: A61K
71: Janssen Biotech, Inc.
72: CHEN, John, FRANSSON, Johan, FURSOV,
Natalie, HAMEL, Damon, MALIA, Thomas,
OBMOLOVA, Galina, ORT, Tatiana, RYCYZYN,
Michael, SCULLY, Michael, SWEET, Raymond,
TEPLYAKOV, Alexey, WHEELER, John,
ALMAGRO, Juan Carlos
33: US 31: 61/611,332 32: 2012/03/15
54: HUMAN ANTI-CD27 ANTIBODIES, METHODS
AND USES
00: Human antibodies immunospecific for human CD27
are capable of blocking CD27 binding to its ligand
CD70 and neutralizing bioactivity of CD27 including,
but not limited to, CD27 intracellular signaling, T-cell
proliferation and activation, B-cell proliferation and
differentiation, plasmablast formation and alleviation
of antibody responses, stimulation of tumor cells by
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CD70, and the production of soluble mediators from
T and B-cells. The antibodies are useful in
diagnosing or treating CD27 activity associated
diseases and conditions.
21: 2014/07637 22: 3/19/2013 43: 5/12/2016
51: C11D
71: UNILEVER PLC
72: BRENNAN, LEE JAMES, KOWALSKI, ADAM
JAN, RYAN, PHILIP MICHAEL, SANDERSON,
ALASTAIR RICHARD, WAGLE, AMI SWAPNIL
33: EP 31: 12165196.2 32: 2012/04/23
54: EXTERNALLY STRUCTURED AQUEOUS
ISOTROPIC LIQUID DETERGENT
COMPOSITIONS
00: An externally structured aqueous isotropic detergent
liquid comprising: a) at least 10 wt% water, b) at
least 3 wt% mixed detersive surfactant comprising
anionic surfactant, c) at least 0.025 wt% of activated
citrus fibre external structurant, characterised in that
the liquid further comprises at least 0.1 wt% of water
swellable polyacrylate thickening polymer and the
viscosity of the liquid at 20 s-1  and 25° C
is at least 0.3 Pa.s.
21: 2014/07849 22: 3/29/2013 43: 5/23/2016
51: E04B
71: VANDENBEMPT PATENT CV
72: VANDENBEMPT, PATRICK
33: BE 31: BE2012/0216 32: 2012/03/30
54: BUILDING BLOCK, AS WELL AS AN INSERT
PIECE TO BE APPLIED IN SUCH A BUILDING
BLOCK
00: Building block (2) formed of a body (19) in which are
inserted one or several insert pieces (1), whereby a
first and a complementary second coupling part (28,
29) are mainly formed of the one or several synthetic
insert pieces (1) so as to be able to couple such
building blocks (2) to one another, and whereby the
first coupling part (28) and the second coupling part
(29) are complementary in such a way that, after the
adjacent building blocks (2) have been coupled, the
coupled building blocks (2) concerned are coupled to
one another in an immobile manner by making the
coupling means (27) concerned work in conjunction
with one another.
21: 2014/08181 22: 10/11/2014 43: 17/06/2016
51: G06F, H04L
71: Jacobus LOUBSER
72: Jacobus LOUBSER
33: ZA 31: 2013/08232 32: 2013/11/04
54: METHOD OF ORGANISING, DISPLAYING
AND PUBLISHING A DYNAMIC DATA MODEL
00: 57: The invention discloses a method of organising,
displaying and publishing a dynamic data model,
which includes the steps of organising, displaying
and publishing a dynamic data model on the
internet; and of enabling and/or allowing multiple
data series to be analysed online. The step of
enabling and/or allowing multiple data series to be
analysed online is simultaneous. The method may
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include the steps of data preparation; association of
multiple datasets; and information display.
21: 2014/08194 22: 4/30/2013 43: 5/6/2016
51: F21L
71: BLACKBEAM LLC
72: ANCONA, BRUCE, HENRY, LOUIS F, MELLEN,
CHRIS
33: US 31: 61/640,359 32: 2012/04/30
54: LANTERN WITH INTEGRATED CLAMP
HANDLE
00: A lantern having a handle with a clamp integrated
therein, so that the lantern can be affixed to an
object for hands free mode, or used portably. A
battery compartment can be disposed within one of
the clamp arms.
21: 2014/08358 22: 11/14/2014 43: 5/31/2016
51: B29C, B32B, F16L
71: SEPPO, Takala, CONSULT SEPPO
72: SEPPO, Takala
33: FI 31: 20120139 32: 2012/04/26
54: METHOD TO PRODUCE PLASTIC TUBE
00: The subject of this invention is a method to produce
plastic tube (1) and according to this method the
material of the plastic tube is fed around a core (2)
that has the same diameter as the inside diameter of
the tube, and the material is fed as ail uninterrupted
material flow so that the material flow, after having
settled upon the core, goes forward following
essentially the helical line in the side direction (x) of
the core inside a mold (4) that has been mounted on
the core. The plastic tube is formed of the material
ribbons (3) and of the melted plastic material (5) that
is to be fed to the spaces between the ribbons. The
round and rising sheet (4.3) at the end of the mold
directs the material flow to the side direction (x) of
the core and the head of the plastic tube (1.1) gets
welded and fixed to the starting tube (7) that is used
to draw the tube as the production process
advances in the side direction (x) of the core.
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21: 2014/08383 22: 11/13/2014 43: 5/4/2016
51: C12N, C12R, D06M
71: Roal Oy
72: LEINONEN, Taija, KOMANDER, Alexandra,
LANGFELDER, Kim, VEHMAANPERÄ, Jari,
PURANEN, Terhi
33: FI 31: 20125550 32: 2012/05/24
54: IMPROVED ENDOGLUCANASES FOR
TREATMENT OF CELLULOSIC MATERIAL
00: The present invention relates to production of
fermentable sugars from lignocellulosic material by
enzymatic conversion. The fermentable sugars are
useful e.g. in the production of bioethanol. Novel
polypeptides having endoglu-canase activity,
polynucleotides encoding them and vectors and host
cells containing the polynucleotides are disclosed. A
method for treating cellulosic material with the novel
endoglucanase as well as uses of the enzymes and
enzyme preparations and a method of preparing
them are described.
21: 2014/08439 22: 11/17/2014 43: 5/5/2016
51: E21B
71: Baker Hughes Incorporated, Element Six Limited
72: DIGIOVANNI, Anthony A., KADIOGLU, Yavuz,
SCOTT, Danny E., MEINER, Matthew J., PESSIER,
Rudolf Carl, LYONS, Nicholas J., VAN DER RIET,
Clement D., HERSCHELL, Donald Royceton,
JONKER, Cornelis Roelof, NILEN, Roger William
Nigel, DOLAN, Gerard Peter
33: US 31: 13/477,905 32: 2012/05/22
54: CUTTING ELEMENTS FOR EARTH-BORING
TOOLS, EARTH-BORING TOOLS INCLUDING
SUCH CUTTING ELEMENTS, AND RELATED
METHODS
00: Cutting elements for earth-boring tools include one
or more recesses and/or one or more protrusions in
a cutting face of a volume of superabrasive material.
The superabrasive material may be disposed on a
substrate. The cutting face may be non- planar. The
recesses and/or protrusions may include one or
more linear segments. The recesses and/or
protrusions may comprise discrete features that are
laterally isolated from one another. The recesses
and/or protrusions may have a helical configuration.
The volume of superabrasive material may comprise
a plurality of thin layers, at least two of which may
differ in at least one characteristic. Methods of
forming cutting elements include the formation of
such recesses and/or protrusions in and/or on a
cutting face of a volume of superabrasive material.
Earth-boring tools include such cutting elements,
and methods of forming earth-boring tools include
attaching such a cutting element to a tool body.
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thin steel wire ropes and highly universal, and are
low in cost.
21: 2014/08489 22: 19/11/2014 43: 14/06/2016
51: B66B, E21D, G01L
71: CHINA UNIVERSITY OF MINING AND
TECHNOLOGY
72: Hao LU, Gang SHEN, Shanzeng LIU, Jinjie
WANG, Weihong PENG, Zhencai ZHU, Yandong
WANG, Guohua CAO
33: CN 31: 201410003998.0 32: 2014/01/03
54: DEVICE AND METHOD FOR DETECTING THE
TENSION ON A GUIDE ROPE OF A HANGING
SCAFFOLD IN A CONSTRUCTION SHAFT
00: 57: The present invention discloses a device and a
method for detecting the tension on a guide rope of
a hanging scaffold in a construction shaft. The guide
rope is released by a winch, rounds over a hoisting
sheave, is connected to the hanging scaffold, and
then is tensioned up; the hoisting sheave is disposed
at a position above the winch, and the device
comprises a slide device, two tension ropes, and a
pull rope, wherein, the slide device is fitted around
the guide rope, the two tension ropes are fixed to the
two sides of the slide device respectively and
arranged parallel to the guide rope, the pull rope is
fixed to the lower part of the slide device and
arranged perpendicular to the guide rope. On the
basis of the basic principles of mechanics, the force
applied on the guide rope can be calculated
indirectly according to the proportional relation
between the forces applied on the tension rope and
guide rope and the lengths of the ropes. The device
disclosed in the present invention is simple, and the
method disclosed in the present invention is skillful.
The device and method are applicable to thick and
21: 2014/08624 22: 11/24/2014 43: 5/5/2016
51: A61K, A61P, C07H
71: Janssen Sciences Ireland UC
72: HOUPIS, Ioannis Nicolaos, JONCKERS, Tim
Hugo Maria, RABOISSON, Pierre Jean-Marie
Bernard, TAHRI, Abdellah
33: EP(IE) 31: 12169425.1 32: 2012-05-25
54: URACYL SPIROOXETANE NUCLEOSIDES
00: -
21: 2014/08688 22: 26/11/2014 43: 13/06/2016
51: F03B
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71: GWAVE LLC
72: Glenn, L. BEANE
33: US 31: 61/655,095 32: 2012/06/04
54: SYSTEM FOR PRODUCING ENERGY
THROUGH THE ACTION OF WAVES
00: 57: A hull that is part of a system for producing
energy through the action of waves, the hull's
dimension and orientation make the system less
costly and increase the energy provided by the
system. The present invention is hulls that are part
of systems for producing energy through the action
of waves.
21: 2014/08689 22: 11/26/2014 43: 6/10/2016
51: C02F, C04B, D06M, D21C, D21H
71: BUCKMAN LABORATORIES INTERNATIONAL,
INC.
72: VAN HAUTE, Eddie
33: US 31: 61/655,678 32: 2012/06/05
54: METHODS OF PRESERVING STARCH IN
PULP AND CONTROLLING CALCIUM
PRECIPITATION AND/OR SCALING
00: Methods to preserve starch present in pulp are
provided and also methods to control calcium
precipitation and/or scaling in digesters or BOD
systems. The methods can be performed as part of
a papermaking process. Process water containing
pulp can be treated with a chloramine. Process
water containing pulp with native starch can receive
a double treatment with at least one biocide, such as
chloramine, and at least one oxidant, such as
sodium hypochlorite. The treatment can be
performed in any suitable manner. The treatment
can be performed at one or more stages or locations
in a papermaking system. A target residual
chloramine value or range can be achieved by the
treatment. Packaging sheets/boards and other paper
products manufactured using the methods provided
exhibit superior strength and other desirable
characteristics.
21: 2014/08710 22: 11/26/2014 43: 5/5/2016
51: E06B
71: MILLER, James V., HEISSENBERG, Michael
72: MILLER, James V., HEISSENBERG, Michael
33: US 31: 61/600,901 32: 2012/02/20
54: IMPROVED SHUTTER SLAT AND COMPACT
SHUTTER ASSEMBLY
00: A slat for use in a rolling shutter is provided. The slat
comprises a engaging track located at a first edge of
a body and a receiving track located at a second
edge of the body. Illustratively, the engaging track
has a hook-shaped profile, and the receiving track
comprises a lip member and a guard member
defining a space adapted to receive therein an
engaging track of an adjacent slat. The engaging
track and the receiving track are designed to
minimize the space required for the rolling shutter to
be retracted around a spindle.
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21: 2014/08815 22: 12/2/2014 43: 6/24/2016
51: E21C
71: HARNISCHFEGER TECHNOLOGIES, INC.
72: GROSS, Matthew L.; NICOSN, Richard L.
33: US 31: 61/912,963 32: 2013/12/06
54: DIPPER DOOR TRIP ASSEMBLY
00: A dipper door trip assembly includes a dipper, a
dipper door pivotally coupled to the dipper, a linkage
assembly including a sliding latch bar disposed at
least partially in the dipper door, and a latch keeper
coupled to the dipper. The latch keeper includes a
roller that engages and disengages the latch bar.
21: 2014/08723 22: 27/11/2014 43: 13/06/2016
51: A61K
71: Peter KLOSE
72: Peter KLOSE
33: DE 31: PCT/DE2012/000638 32: 2012/06/20
54: EMULSION FOR PHARMACEUTICAL USE
AND METHOD FOR THE PRODUCTION
THEREOF
00: 57: The invention relates to an emulsion for
pharmaceutical use, said emulsion consisting of
emulsion globules, at least 99 % of which each have
a diameter that is greater than or equal to a value
D99 < 3.5 µm, calculated using laser diffractometry,
and containing: an active ingredient in a proportion
of between 0.001 % and 50 %; between 0.01 % and
30 % of polydimethylsiloxanes having a degree of
polymerisation of n = 20 to 400; between 0.01 % and
15 % of a complex emulsifier with an HLB value of
9,16; between 45 % and 99 % of a biocompatible
saline solution; between 0.01 % and 10 % of a
dimethyl sulfoxide; and between 0 % and 1 % of a
cheating agent.
21: 2014/08825 22: 5/7/2013 43: 5/12/2016
51: A61K
71: TEVA PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRIES LTD.
72: LAXER, AVITAL, ULANENKO, KONSTANTIN
33: US 31: 61/644,054 32: 2012/05/08
54: N-ETHYL-4-HYDROXYL-1-METHYL-5(METHYL(2,3,4,5,6-PENTAHYDROXYHEXYL)
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AMINO) -2-OXO-N-PHENYL-1,2DIHYDROQUINOLINE-3-CARBOXAMIDE
00: The subject invention provides pharmaceutical
compositions Containing laquinimod or a
pharmaceutically acceptable salt thereof, an isolated
compound of N-ethyl-4-hydroxyl-1 -methyl-5- (methyl
(2, 3,4,5, 6-pentahydroxyhexyl) amino) -2-oxo-Nphenyl-1, 2- dihydroquinoline- 3 -carboxamide or a
salt thereof, compositions containing N-ethyl-4hydroxyl-1-methyl-5- (methyl (2,3,4,5,6pentahydroxyhexyl) amino) -2-oxo-N-phenyl-1, 2dihydroquinoline-3-carboxamide and methods of
preparing the same.
21: 2014/08855 22: 12/13/2012 43: 5/23/2016
51: B01D; C02F; C08F; C08L; D21H
71: HYMO CORPORATION
72: MITSUI, SHOHEI, TAKEO, KAZUOKI,
WAKATSUKI, SHOGO, YONEKURA, ATSUSHI
33: JP 31: 2012-128818 32: 2012/06/06
54: FLOCCULATION TREATMENT AGENT
00: Provided is a water-in-oil type emulsion that has a
high storage stability and exhibits an excellent
performance as a flocculation treatment agent,
wherein a vinylamine polymer capable of expressing
specific effects as a papermaking agent or a
flocculation agent is formulated into the water-in-oil
type emulsion having a number of practical
advantages.The flocculation treatment agent
according to the present invention comprises a
water-in-oil type emulsion of a water soluble
polymer, said water-in-oil type emulsion being
prepared by hydrolyzing, in the presence of an acid
or a base, a water-in-oil type emulsion of an
aqueous solution of an N-vinylcarboxylic amide
polymer in which a polyoxyalkylene alkyl ether
coexists. It is preferred that the polyoxyalkylene alkyl
ether is added before the hydrolysis reaction.
21: 2014/09006 22: 12/8/2014 43: 5/5/2016
51: A61K, A61P, G01N
71: Orban Biotech, LLC
72: ORBAN, Tihamer
33: US 31: 61/651,144 32: 2012/05/24
54: DIABETES BIOMARKERS
00: A new markers for insulin production decline in Type
1 diabetes has been found in the ratio the CD4 naïve
(CD45RO-CD62L+) to central memory
(CD45RO+CD62L+) and in the level of CD4 central
memory T-cell subpopulations. A method of
diagnosing autoimmunity and its progressiveness,
more specifically diabetes, pre-diabetes, a
susceptibility to diabetes mellitus, or the level of
effectiveness of therapy/intervention modality for one
or more of such conditions in a subject can be
conducted by determining level of CD4 naive
(CD45RO- CD62L+) T-cells by immunofluorescence
analysis of a sample extracted from a subject;
determining level of CD4 central memory
(CD45RO+CD62L+) T-cells by immunofluorescence
analysis of a sample extracted from a subject, and
quantitatively relating the levels of the CD4 naive
and central memory T-cells, wherein a low ratio of
CD4 naive T- cells to CD4 central memory T-cells
and/or high CD4 central memory T-cell indicates
autoimmunity, a susceptibility to autoimmunity,
diabetes, pre-diabetes, a susceptibility to diabetes
mellitus or ineffectiveness of a treatment for one or
more of such conditions.
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21: 2014/09078 22: 12/10/2014 43: 6/10/2016
51: C04B
71: SAINT-GOBAIN PLACO SAS
72: TABOULOT, Elodie, HOUGA, Clement
33: EP 31: 12290175.4 32: 2012/05/25
54: GYPSUM-BASED BUILDING PRODUCTS AND
METHOD FOR THE MANUFACTURE THEREOF
00: A building product comprises calcium sulphate
dihydrate particles bound by an organic binder. The
calcium sulphate dihydrate particles each have a
longest dimension and a lateral dimension, wherein
the lateral dimension corresponds to the maximum
breadth of the particle about the axis defined by the
longest dimension. The calcium sulphate dihydrate
particles have a low aspect ratio such that for at
least 75% of the calcium sulphate dihydrate
particles, the value of the lateral dimension is at
least 20% of the value of the longest dimension.
21: 2014/09094 22: 12/10/2014 43: 5/5/2016
51: B66D
71: Kito Corporation
72: ISHIKAWA, Kazumitsu, SANO, Hiroki, KOSUGA,
Kosuke
33: JP 31: 2012-168498 32: 2012/07/30
54: CHAIN BLOCK
00: Provided is a chain block with which wheel cover
strength can be improved while inhibiting an
increase in cost, without the need for separate
reinforcement members. A chain block (10) is
provided with a wheel cover (14) which is attached
to a frame member (12), and which covers a handchain wheel (80) having a hand chain (C2) looped
thereover. A plurality of fixation holes (147) for
having fixation members (SB) inserted therethrough
during attachment to the frame member (12) are
provided in peripheral edge sections of end-surface
(143) sides of the wheel cover (14), said end-surface
sides being disposed facing the frame member (12).
Wrap-around portions (148) are provided to wheelcover (14) side surfaces (142) which intersect the
end surfaces (143), said wrap-around portions being
formed so as to surround, at an angle exceeding 90,
the fixation holes (147) in the peripheral direction of
the fixation holes (147).
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21: 2014/09150 22: 12/12/2014 43: 5/31/2016
51: F16H
71: EATON CORPORATION
72: GOPAL, Suraj, MCMILLAN, Patrick John,
CHAVAN, Pradeep Yuvraj
33: US 31: 61/894,544 32: 2013/10/23
54: TORQUE LIMITING DIFFERENTIAL
00: A selectively lockable differential, comprising a
plurality of torque sensitive pins, an outer housing, a
first side gear comprising first gear teeth, a second
side gear comprising second gear teeth, a pinion
shaft, two pinion gears rotationally coupled to the
pinion shaft, each pinion gear comprising pinion gear
teeth coupled to the first gear teeth and the second
gear teeth, and a collar comprising collar teeth for
selectively engaging the gear lugs of the first side
gear, the torque sensitive pins operatively coupling
the collar to the outer housing.
21: 2014/09135 22: 12/11/2014 43: 5/4/2016
51: A23L
71: International IP Holdings LLC
72: BHARGAVA, Manoj
33: US 31: 13/470,462 32: 2012/05/14
54: EDIBLE ENERGY COMPOSITION
00: The disclosure relates to an edible energy
composition that provides physical and mental
benefits when ingested.
21: 2014/09151 22: 12/12/2014 43: 5/31/2016
51: F16H
71: EATON CORPORATION
72: WADHVA, Ashish, MCMILLAN, Patrick John,
EDLER, Andrew Nathan
33: US 31: 61/891,017 32: 2013/10/15
54: MECHANICALLY ACTUATED POSITIVE
LOCKING DIFFERENTIAL
00: A differential comprises a first side gear and a
second side gear facing the first side gear. A pinion
gear set can be between the first side gear and the
second side gear. A cam plate comprises a ramped
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side facing a ramped side of the first side gear. A
first lock plate comprises a first side abutting a
second side of the cam plate. The first lock plate
further comprises a toothed side. A second lock
plate comprises a toothed side facing the toothed
side of the first lock plate.
21: 2014/09156 22: 12/12/2014 43: 5/31/2016
51: A61K
71: VAXIMM AG
72: LUBENAU, Heinz
33: EP 31: 12004995.2 32: 2012/07/-05
54: DNA VACCINE FOR USE IN PANCREATIC
CANCER PATIENTS
00: The present invention relates to an attenuated
mutant strain of Salmonella comprising a
recombinant DNA molecule encoding a VEGF
receptor protein. In particular, the present invention
relate to the use of said attenuated mutant strain of
Salmonella in cancer immunotherapy.
21: 2014/09213 22: 12/15/2014 43: 5/19/2016
51: C07D
71: PROXIMAGEN LIMITED
72: SAVORY, Edward, PRITCHARD, Martyn,
ASHWOOD, Mike
33: GB 31: 1211788.3 32: 2012/07/03
33: GB 31: 1304812.9 32: 2013/03/15
54: PRO-DRUG COMPOUNDS
00: A compound of formula (I), or a pharmaceutically
acceptable salt thereof: wherein Z1, Z2, and Z3, Q,
R2, A, and R1 are as defined in the claims.
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21: 2014/09228 22: 5/16/2013 43: 5/12/2016
51: C12N; C07H; A61K
71: RANA THERAPEUTICS, INC., THE GENERAL
HOSPITAL CORPORATION D/B/A
MASSACHUSETTS GENERAL HOSPITAL
72: KRIEG, ARTHUR M, SUBRAMANIAN,
ROMESH, MCSWIGGEN, JAMES, LEE, JEANNIE T
33: US 31: 61/647,858 32: 2012/05/16
33: US 31: 61/719,394 32: 2012/10/27
33: US 31: 61/785,529 32: 2013/03/14
54: COMPOSITIONS AND METHODS FOR
MODULATING SMN GENE FAMILY EXPRESSION
00: Aspects of the invention provide single stranded
oligonucleotides for activating or enhancing
expression of SMNl or SMN2. Further aspects
provide compositions and kits comprising single
stranded oligonucleotides for activating or enhancing
expression of SMNl or SMN2 that comprises exon 7.
Methods for modulating expression of SMNl or
SMN2 using the single stranded oligonucleotides are
also provided. Further aspects of the invention
provide methods for selecting a candidate
oligonucleotide for activating or enhancing
expression of SMNl or SMN2.
21: 2014/09229 22: 5/16/2013 43: 5/12/2016
51: C12N; A61K
71: RANA THERAPEUTICS, INC., THE GENERAL
HOSPITAL CORPORATION D/B/A
MASSACHUSETTS GENERAL HOSPITAL
72: KRIEG, ARTHUR M, SUBRAMANIAN,
ROMESH, MCSWIGGEN, JAMES, LEE, JEANNIE T
33: US 31: 61/647,886 32: 2012/05/16
54: COMPOSITIONS AND METHODS FOR
MODULATING UTRN EXPRESSION
00: Aspects of the invention provide single stranded
oligonucleotides for activating or enhancing
expression of UTRN. Further aspects provide
compositions and kits comprising single stranded
oligonucleotides for activating or enhancing
expression of UTRN. Methods for modulating
expression of UTRN using the single stranded
oligonucleotides are also provided. Further aspects
of the invention provide methods for selecting a
candidate oligonucleotide for activating or enhancing
expression of UTRN.
21: 2014/09236 22: 12/15/2014 43: 5/19/2016
51: B02C, E21F
71: CHINA UNIVERSITY OF MINING AND
TECHNOLOGY
72: DU, Changlong, ZHENG, Kehong, LI, Jianping,
YANG, Daolong, LUO, Chenxu, JIANG, Hongxiang
33: CN 31: 201310064694.0 32: 2013/02/28
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54: METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR
UNDERGROUND SEPARATION, CONVEYANCE
AND FILL-UP OF COAL AND COAL GANGUES
00: A method and apparatus for the underground
separation, conveyance, and fill-up of coal and
gangues. The method comprises crushing and
separating coal and coal gangues two times
underground by means of a roll crusher-separator
(2) and a hammer crusher-separator (4); feeding the
pieces of coal directly into an underground bunker
by means of a pneumatic conveyance system (1);
crushing the coal gangues into coal gangue
fragments by means of a roll crusher (6); and
conveying the crushed coal gangues to a goaf to
carry out fill-up operations. The apparatus solves the
problem of transporting coal and coal gangues
underground, economizes underground space,
provides large quantities of raw materials for fillingup underground goafs, and helps to avoid problems
of cave-ins and the accumulation of coal gangue
mounds.
21: 2014/09259 22: 12/15/2014 43: 5/5/2016
51: A01N, A01P
71: Endura S.p.A.
72: GOBBI, Carlotta, CAMPANATI, Matteo,
BORZATTA, Valerio
33: IT 31: MI2012A001206 32: 2012/07/11
54: INSECTICIDAL FORMULATIONS OF
MICROCAPSULES
00: Use of formulations consisting of suspo-emuls ions
comprising a microcapsule suspension, the
microcapsules including at least one active
ingredient selected from the pyrethroid and/or
neonicotinoid classes, at least one synergistic agent,
and an emulsion comprising at least an active
ingredient of the above classes, and at least one
synergistic agent, the microcapsules being formed of
polyurea, obtainable by inter- facial polymerization of
diphenylmethylen - 4, 4 ' -diisocyanate, optionally in
admixture with polymethylenpolyphenylisocyanate,
the formulations having a prolonged knockdown and
killing effect, even of three months, even of six
months or even of nine months, the suspoemulsions comprising: component A) :
microcapsules in suspension comprising inside the
microcapsule at least one active ingredient, a
synergistic agent, optionally a solvent, the total
amount of these components being not higher than
50% by weight with respect to the weight of the
suspension A), the complement to 100% by weight
of component A) comprising the polymer of the
micro-capsule shell, water and additives; component
B) : emulsion comprising an amount of at least one
active ingredient and one synergistic agent, the
amount of active ingredient + synergistic agent being
not higher than 50% by weight of the emulsion, of
component B) constituted by water, additives,
optionally solvents.
21: 2014/09356 22: 12/18/2014 43: 5/5/2016
51: H01H
71: ABB Technology Ltd.
72: THOMAS, Richard
33: EP(CH) 31: 12180774.7 32: 2012/08/17
54: A CIRCUIT BREAKER
00: The present invention relates to acircuit breaker
including a first (1) and a second (2) contact
movable relative each other between an open
position, in which the contacts are at a distance from
each other, and a closed position,in which the
contacts are in electrical contact with each other.The
first contact includes one or more contact elements
(3) adapted to be in electrical contact with the
second contact when the contacts are in the closed
position, and a mesh(8)made of metal arranged in
thermal contact with the contact elements. The mesh
is arranged to at least partly surround the contact
elements to allow heat to conduct from the contact
elements to the mesh.
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33: DE 31: 10 2012 214 629.6 32: 2012-08-17
54: DEVICE FOR STREAM-FEEDING AND
PLACING SHEETS ONTO A STACK
00: The invention relates to a device for stream-feeding
and placing sheets onto a stack (23) having • - an
overlapping device disposed upstream of the
stacking area (41) for producing an overlapping
stream, which overlapping device includes a braking
device, and • - stacking elements disposed in the
stacking area (41), wherein the stacking elements
disposed in the stacking area (41) above the supply
conveyor plane or extending to above the supply
conveyor plane are attached in a separate frame
(42) which is mounted in the machine frame (40) of
the device so as to be movable horizontally.
21: 2014/09394 22: 7/16/2013 43: 5/3/2016
51: C07D; A61K; A61P
71: BAYER PHARMA AKTIENGESELLSCHAFT
72: HAHN, MICHAEL, FOLLMANN, MARKUS,
HÜBSCH, WALTER, BECKER, EVA-MARIA,
STASCH, JOHANNES-PETER, KELDENICH,
JOERG, DELBECK, MARTINA, TINEL, HANNA,
WUNDER, FRANK, MITTENDORF, JOACHIM,
TEREBESI, ILDIKO, LANG, DIETER, MARTIN,
RENÉ
33: EP 31: 12177284.2 32: 2012/07/20
33: EP 31: 13167967.2 32: 2013/05/16
54: NOVEL 5-AMINOTETRAHYDROQUINOLINE-2CARBOXYLIC ACIDS AND USE THEREOF
00: The present application relates to novel 5-amino5,6,7,8-tetrahydroquinoline-2-carboxylic acids, to
processes for preparation thereof, to the use thereof
for treatment and/or prevention of diseases and to
the use thereof for production of medicaments for
treatment and/or prevention of diseases, especially
for treatment and/or prevention of cardiovascular
and cardiopulmonary disorders
21: 2014/09479. 22: 12/22/2014. 43: 5/17/2016
51: B65H
71: bielomatik Leuze GmbH + Co. KG
72: KLEIN, Hansjörg
21: 2014/09491 22: 12/23/2014 43: 10/2/2015
51: B32B, B65D
71: COLUMBIT (PTY) LTD
72: GEORGE, Derrick
33: ZA 31: 2012/04740 32: 2013/06/26
54: CASING FOR A PASTE
00: A cylindrical casing for containing pastes such as
edible pastes and which comprises two films (12, 14)
which are laminated together. One film is of
polyamide and the other is of polyethylene. The
casing includes an overlap seal.
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rated such in relation to the first operating point that
power is fed into the supply network with a higher
stability margin.
21: 2015/00012 22: 05/01/2015 43: 17/06/2016
51: F03D, H02J
71: WOBBEN PROPERTIES GMBH
72: Alfred BEEKMANN, Kai BUSKER, Volker
DIEDRICHS
33: DE 31: 10 2012 212 366.0 32: 2012/07/13
54: METHOD FOR CONTROLLING AN ELECTRIC
GENERATOR
00: 57: The invention relates to a method for controlling
at least one generator of electric energy which is
connected to an electric supply network in a network
connection point, said method comprising the steps
of: Feeding electric power to the electric supply
network, the generator being operated at a first
operating point, interrupting the feeding such that no
power is fed into the supply network when the
electric supply network or the feeding of power into
the electric supply network is disturbed or such
disturbance is indicated, and resuming feeding such
that electric power is fed again into the supply
network. The generator resumes feeding at a
second operating point or is run up to said second
operating point and the second operating point is
21: 2015/00018 22: 7/19/2013 43: 5/5/2016
51: A01G
71: REDDING, BRUCE K, JR
72: REDDING, BRUCE K JR
33: US 31: 61/689,298 32: 2012/06-04
54: ULTRASONICALLY ENHANCED SEED
GERMINATION SYSTEM
00: The invention consists of a sonication and
imbedding process for the uptake of water and/or
other beneficial substances into a seed. The seed to
be treated is immersed in water or other liquids. The
seed is exposed to sound energy at frequencies
between 15 kHz and 30 kHz for periods between
about 1 and 20 minutes. The ultrasonic energy
utilizes an alternating ultrasonic transmission where
the first part of the transmission is a saw tooth wave
form lasting 50 milliseconds, followed by a square
wave form lasting 50 milliseconds, in the preferred
embodiment but other variations of the alternating
sonic wave form can be employed. Alternatively a
sinusoidal ultrasonic transmission may be employed
to generate cavitation forces by the adiabatic
collapse of micro bubbles in the liquid medium,
particularly those bubbles that collapse at the
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surface of the seed. The ultrasonic cavitation forces
impart micro-punctures within the seed that enable
to faster absorption of water and other liquid
nutrients. The ultrasonically treated seeds are then
dried and stored or may be used soon after
ultrasonic treatment. Ultrasonic treatment tends to
speed the germination of the seed and the growth
rate of the resultant plant, while maintaining the plant
characteristics. Faster growing plants are more
suitable for those environments where crop rotation
and the growth of certain plant species are inhibited
due to shorter growing seasons.
21: 2015/00105 22: 1/7/2015 43: 5/13/2016
51: A61K, A61P
71: Green Cross Corporation
72: KIM, Se-Ho, HONG, Kwang-Won, SHIN, WongWon, CHANG, Ki Hwan
33: KR 31: 10-2012-0075063 32: 2012/07/10
54: AN ANTIBODY COMPOSITION FOR
PREVENTION OR TREATMENT OF MUTANT
HEPATITIS B VIRUS INFECTION
00: The present invention provides an antibody that
binds to the surface antigen (HBsAg) of hepatitis B
virus (HBV) to neutralize the hepatitis B virus. The
surface antigen-binding site of the antibody was
found to play a very important role in viral replication,
and when a mutation in the site occurs, viral
replication is significantly inhibited, and thus at least
HBV virus cannot cause a mutation in the site. In the
present invention, it was confirmed by the use of
patient-derived virus that the antibody of the present
invention binds to either YMDD mutant hepatitis B
virus, produced by conventional viral replication
inhibitors, or G145R HBsAg mutants to which
plasma-derived HBIG (hepatitis B immunoglobulin)
does not bind. In addition, the in vivo effect of the
antibody of the present invention was examined
using chimpanzees which are unique animal models
for hepatitis B virus. As a result, it was found that the
antibody has the effect of neutralizing even wild-type
hepatitis B virus in the in vivo model. Thus, it can be
seen that the antibody of the present invention has
the ability to bind not only to wild-type hepatitis B
virus, but also mutant hepatitis B viruses having a
polymerase YMDD mutant and a surface antigen
G145R mutation, as well as various mutant viruses
derived from patients. Thus, the antibody of the
present invention can be effectively used for the
prevention or treatment of infections with not only
wild-type hepatitis B virus, but also mutant hepatitis
B viruses.
21: 2015/00114 22: 08/01/2015 43: 17/06/2016
51: F03D, H02J
71: WOBBEN PROPERTIES GMBH
72: Volker DIEDRICHS
33: DE 31: 10 2012 212 777.1 32: 2012/07/20
54: METHOD FOR CONTROLLING A WIND FARM
00: 57: The invention relates to a method for controlling
a wind farm (200) a comprising a plurality of wind
turbines (202) for feeding electrical power at a
network connection point (PCC) (204) into an
electrical AC voltage network (206). The method
comprises feeding in a three-phase current at the
network connection point (204), detecting a mains
voltage (UN) at the network connection point,
comparing the mains voltage (UN) detected at the
network connection point (204) with at least one
predetermined target value, determining target
values for the wind turbines (202) depending on the
performed comparison to comply with a stability
criterion at the network connection point (204),
transferring the specified target values to turbine
control units (212) of the individual wind turbines
(202), and generating electrical current (i'1, i'2, i'3) at
each of the wind turbines (202) depending on the
predetermined target values for jointly feeding in at
the network connection point (204).
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21: 2015/00207 22: 13/01/2015 43: 08/06/2016
51: C22B, C22C
71: TATA STEEL LIMITED
72: Dinesh SHASTRI, K S RAJU, Ranjan SEN,
Chenna, B RAO, Vilas TATHAVADKAR, Gajanan
KAPURE
33: - 31: - 32: 54: A METHOD FOR DIRECT REDUCTION OF
OXIDIZED CHROMITE ORE FINES COMPOSITE
AGGLOMERATES IN A TUNNEL KILN USING
CARBONACEOUS REDUCTANT FOR
PRODUCTION OF REDUCED CHROMITE
PRODUCT/ AGGLOMERATES APPLICABLE IN
FERROCHROME OR CHARGE CHROME
PRODUCTION.
00: 57: This invention relates to a method for direct
reduction of oxidized chromite ore fines (0 to 4.0
mm) composite agglomerates in a tunnel kiln to
produce one of a reduced and agglomerates for use
ferrochrome or charge chrome production;
comprising implementing a direct reduction or solid
state reduction of oxidized chromite ore fines in a
tunnel kiln using carbonaceous reductant such as
coal, anthracite or charcoal.
21: 2015/00211 22: 6/18/2013 43: 5/3/2016
51: A01N
71: THERAPEUTICSMD, INC.
72: BERNICK, BRIAN A, CACACE, JANICE,
LOUISE, PERSICANER, PETER HR, IRANI, NEDA,
AMADIO, JULIA M
33: US 31: 13/684,002 32: 2012/11/21
33: US 31: 13/843,428 32: 2013/03/15
33: US 31: 61/661,302 32: 2012/06/18
33: US 31: 61/662,265 32: 2012/06/20
54: NATURAL COMBINATION HORMONE
REPLACEMENT FORMULATIONS AND
THERAPIES
00: Estrogen and progesterone replacement therapies
are provided herein. Among others, the following
formulations are provided herein: solubilized
estradiol without progesterone; micronized
progesterone without estradiol; micronized
progesterone with partially solubilized progesterone;
solubilized estradiol with micronized progesterone;
solubilized estradiol with micronized progesterone in
combination with partially solubilized progesterone;
and solubilized estradiol with solubilized
progesterone.
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21: 2015/00241 22: 1/13/2015 43: 5/5/2016
51: A01N
71: Agro Stock S.A.
72: PARDO MIRó, Marco
33: ES 31: P201230923 32: 2012/06/13
54: ROOT-GROWTH-PROMOTING LIQUID
FORMULATION THAT ENHANCES DEFENCE
RESPONSE IN PLANTS, AND USE OF SAME
00: The invention relates to a liquid formulation that
stimulates the germination of seeds and the rooting
of plants, including water-soluble addition
compounds from the K vitamin group together with
complexed microelements and essential amino
acids, which acts by improving the metabolic
processes that occur during the different stages in
the development of treated plants, improving the
appearance thereof, activating defence responses
and promoting resistance to adverse conditions,
both biotic and abiotic, thereby allowing harvest
production and yields to be increased.
33: US 31: 61/663,307 32: 2012/06/22
33: US 31: 61/749,212 32: 2013/01/04
33: US 31: 61/749,486 32: 2013/01/07
33: US 31: 61/755,810 32: 2013/01/22
54: ANTI-JAGGED 1/JAGGED 2 CROSSREACTIVE ANTIBODIES, ACTIVATABLE ANTIJAGGED ANTIBODIES AND METHODS OF USE
THEREOF
00: This invention relates generally to the generation of
antibodies, e.g., monoclonal antibodies including
fully human monoclonal antibodies, that recognize
Jagged 1 and/or Jagged 2, to antibodies, e.g.,
monoclonal antibodies including fully human
antibodies that recognize Jagged 1 and/or Jagged 2,
and nucleic acid molecules that encode antibodies,
e.g., nucleic acid molecules that encode monoclonal
antibodies including fully human cross-reactive
antibodies that recognize both Jagged 1 and Jagged
2, and to methods of making the anti- Jagged
antibodies and methods of using the anti-Jagged
antibodies as therapeutics, prophylactics, and
diagnostics. The invention also relates generally to
activatable antibodies that include a masking moiety
(MM), a cleavable moiety (CM), and an antibody
(AB) that specifically bind to Jagged 1 and Jagged 2,
and to methods of making and using these
activatable anti-Jagged antibodies in a variety of
therapeutic, diagnostic and prophylactic indications.
21: 2015/00368. 22: 6/21/2013. 43: 5/16/2016
51: A61K; A61P; C07K
71: CYTOMX THERAPEUTICS, INC.
72: WEST, JAMES WILLIAM, SAGERT, JASON
GARY, BESSETTE, PAUL H, LOWMAN, HENRY
BERNARD, STAGLIANO, NANCY E, VASILJEVA,
OLGA, MENENDEZ, ELIZABETH-EDNA MARY
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54: ENHANCED FLY ASH COLLECTION
00: A process of enhancing fly ash collection without
adding SO3 to a flue gas can include providing a flue
gas that includes fly ash and combustion gases from
a coal fired boiler; injecting into the flue gas a
particulate resistivity aid; and then collecting the fly
ash and particulate resistivity aid with a cold side
electrostatic precipitator (ESP).
21: 2015/00422 22: 7/17/2013 43: 5/24/2016
51: A61P; A61K; G01N
71: REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF
MICHIGAN
72: GESTWICKI, JASON E
33: US 31: 61/672,569 32: 2012/07/17
54: INHIBITORS OF ALPHA-CRYSTALLIN
AGGREGATION FOR THE TREATMENT FOR
CATARACT
00: The invention provides inhibitors of cc-crystallin
aggregation and methods of using cc- crystallin
aggregation inhibitors to, e.g., treat or prevent
cataracts in a subject having or at risk of developing
cataracts. The invention further provides high
throughput methods of screening compounds for
modulation of protein thermal stability, the method
comprising contacting a protein with each of a
plurality of test compounds; and (b) measuring the
melting transition (Tm) of the protein in the presence
of each of the plurality of test compounds, wherein a
compound that decreases or increases the apparent
Tm by at least 2 standard deviations is identified as
a pharmacological protein chaperone.
21: 2015/00476 22: 1/22/2015 43: 5/31/2016
51: B03C
71: NOVINDA CORP.
72: BUTZ, James R
33: US 31: 61/674,283 32: 2012/07/20
21: 2015/00568 22: 5/7/2013 43: 5/3/2016
51: G10L
71: TELEFONAKTIEBOLAGET LM ERICSSON
(PUBL)
72: JANSSON TOFTGÅRD, TOMAS
33: US 31: 61/699,448 32: 2012/09/11
54: GENERATION OF COMFORT NOISE
00: A comfort noise controller (50) for generating CN
(Comfort Noise) control parameters is described. A
buffer (200) of a predetermined size is configured to
store CN parameters for SID (Silence Insertion
Descriptor) frames and active hangover frames. A
subset selector (50A) is configured to determine a
CN parameter subset relevant for SID frames based
on the age of the stored CN parameters and on
residual energies. A comfort noise control parameter
extractor (50B) is configured to use the determined
CN parameter subset to determine the CN control
parameters for a first SID frame following an active
signal frame.
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21: 2015/00700 22: 30/01/2015 43: 09/06/2016
51: E21F, G01V
71: INSTYTUT TECHNIK INNOWACYJNYCH
EMAG
72: Grayna DZIK, Wieslaw PIWOWARSKI, Jacek
JUZWA, Zbigniew ISAKOW
33: PL 31: P.409990 32: 2014/10/30
54: METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR ASSESSING A
RISK OF HIGH-ENERGY EARTH BURSTS
00: 57: A method of assessing a risk of high-energy
earth bursts generated by underground mining is
characterized in that it comprises the steps of
simultaneous and in close temporal and spatial
coincidence measurements of vibration (Epoml.) on
the surfaces with 3-axis vibration sensors (4),
measurements of the underground burst parameters
(Epoml.) with a mine system for location of seismic
bursts (12), measurements of displacement (Upom)
on the surface with the 3-axis displacement sensors
(9), adjusted periodically with a tachymetric
measurement set (B), and recording of these
measurements in the measurement data repositories
(17) of an analytical microprocessor (2a). Then the
sets of these measurements are processed in the
analytical microprocessor (2a) and a high-energy
burst hazard in time-space is predicted by estimation
of critical phenomena taking into account the
combination of observations in the form of
quasideterministic and spatio-temporarily extensive
process of the rock mass deformation, and
paraseismic phenomena in the form of short-term
vibrations of particles of the rock mass in the
domains of time and frequency. Their combined
impact is a functional over the locally summated
space. The appropriate system comprises a
processing center (1) with a processing server (2)
connected to a wireless modem (5), the analytical
microprocessor (2a) and the mine system for
locating selsmic bursts (12), which is connected by
wire to the seismometric sensors (11). On the
observed mining area (15) the measurements sets
(A1, A2,... Ai) are installed. Each of these
measurement sets (A1, A2,... Ai) consists of a
satellite navigation receiver (3) being the 3-axis
surface displacement sensor (9), spatially integrated
with the 3-axis vibration sensor (4), which are
connected to the wireless modem (5). On the, area
not deformed by mining the tachymetric
measurement set (B) is arranged, equipped with an
automatic tachymeter (6) with the laser alidade (6a),
connected to the satellite navigation receiver (3) of
the tachymeter, and the wireless modem (5).
21: 2015/00704 22: 10/3/2013 43: 5/12/2016
51: D07B
71: NV BEKAERT SA, DSM IP ASSETS B.V.
72: AMILS, XAVIER, DURMUS, BESTE, SMEETS,
PAULUS JOHANNES HYACINTHUS MARIE
33: EP 31: 12187343.4 32: 2012/10/05
54: HYBRID ROPE
00: The invention relates to a hybrid rope (20, 30, 40,
50, 60) comprising a core element (22, 32, 42, 52,
62) containing high modulus fibers surrounded by at
least one outer layer (24, 34, 44, 54, 64) containing
wirelike metallic members (26, 34, 38, 44, 48, 58,
66), characterized in that the core element (22, 32,
42, 52, 62) is coated with a polymer (23, 33, 43, 53,
63) having copolyester elastomer containing soft
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blocks in the range of 10 to 70 wt %. The coated
material on the inner core (22, 32, 42, 52, 62) is
inhibited to be pressed out in-between the wirelike
members (26, 34, 38, 44, 48, 58, 66) of the hybrid
rope (20, 30, 40, 50, 60) and the hybrid rope (20, 30,
40, 50, 60) has decreased elongation and diameter
reduction after being in use.
21: 2015/00835 22: 8/19/2013 43: 5/27/2016
51: A01N; A01P
71: BAYER CROPSCIENCE AG
72: HELLWEGE, ELKE, ANDERSCH, WOLFRAM,
STENZEL, KLAUS
33: EP 31: 12181642.5 32: 2012/08/24
33: EP 31: 12197130.3 32: 2012/12/14
54: COMPOSITION COMPRISING A PESTICIDAL
TERPENE MIXTURE AND A BIOLOGICAL
CONTROL AGENT
00: The present invention relates to a composition
comprising a) a pesticidal terpene mixture
comprising, as pesticidally active chemical
compounds, a-terpinene, p-cymene and limonene
and b) at least one biological control agent selected
from specific microorganisms and/or a mutant of it
having all identifying characteristics of the respective
strain, and/or a metabolite produced by the
respective strain that exhibits activity against insects,
mites, nematodes and/or phytopathogens in a
synergistically effective amount. Furthermore, the
present invention relates to the use of this
composition as well as a method for reducing overall
damage of plants and plant parts.
21: 2015/00968 22: 7/11/2013 43: 5/3/2016
51: A61P; A01N
71: TEVA PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRIES LTD.
72: KAYE, JOEL, TARCIC, NORA
33: US 31: 61/670,758 32: 2012/07/12
54: TREATMENT OF MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS
WITH COMBINATION OF LAQUINIMOD AND
FAMPRIDINE
00: This invention provides a method of treating a
subject afflicted with multiple sclerosis or presenting
a clinically isolated syndrome comprising
administering to the subject fampridine as an add-on
therapy to or in combination with laquinimod. This
invention also provides a package comprising
laquinimod and fampridine for treating a subject
afflicted with multiple sclerosis or presenting a
clinically isolated syndrome. This invention also
provides fampridine for use as an add-on therapy or
in combination with laquinimod in treating a subject
afflicted with multiple sclerosis or presenting a
clinically isolated syndrome. This invention also
provides a pharmaceutical composition comprising
laquinimod and fampridine for use in treating a
subject afflicted with multiple sclerosis or presenting
a clinically isolated syndrome. This invention further
provides use of laquinimod and fampridine in the
preparation of a combination for treating a subject
afflicted with multiple sclerosis or presenting a
clinically isolated syndrome.
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21: 2015/00969 22: 8/30/2013 43: 5/13/2016
51: A01N
71: INTERMUNE, INC.
72: BRADFORD, WILLIAMSON ZIEGLER
33: US 31: 61/696,044 32: 2012/08/31
33: US 31: 61/709,125 32: 2012/10/02
33: US 31: 61/749,026 32: 2013/01/04
33: US 31: 61/775,240 32: 2013/03/08
33: US 31: 61/842,706 32: 2013/07/03
54: METHODS OF ADMINISTERING
PIRFENIDONE THERAPY
00: The disclosure relates to improved methods of
administering pirfenidone therapy when ciprofloxacin
is administered concomitantly.
21: 2015/01030 22: 8/15/2013 43: 5/10/2016
51: B01J; C07C
71: DOW TECHNOLOGY INVESTMENTS LLC
72: BRAMMER, MICHAEL A, WATSON, RICK B,
WATKINS, AVERY L
33: US 31: 61/694,329 32: 2012/08/29
54: CATALYST PREPARATION PROCESS
00: A process for forming a catalyst from a catalytic
metal precursor, a chelating bisphosphite and a
bulky monophosphite, with a slightly greater than
stoichiometric amount of chelating bisphosphite
relative to catalytic metal under a CO partial
pressure at least 25 psig.
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tree and vine orchards, aquatics, plantation crops,
vegetables, industrial vegetation management (IVM)
or rights of way (ROW).
21: 2015/01138 22: 7/19/2013 43: 5/4/2016
51: A01N
71: DOW AGROSCIENCES LLC
72: YERKES, CARLA N, SATCHIVI, NORBERT M,
MANN, RICHARD K, CARRANZA GARZON,
NELSON M, WEIMER, MONTE R
33: US 31: 13/839,043 32: 2013/03/15
33: US 31: 61/675,103 32: 2012/07/24
54: HERBICIDAL COMPOSITIONS COMPRISING
4-AMINO-3-CHLORO-5-FLUORO-6-(4-CHLORO-2FLUORO-3-METHOXYPHENYL) PYRIDINE-2CARBOXYLIC ACID
00: Provided herein are synergistic herbicidal
compositions containing (a) a compound of formula
(I): 4-amino-3-chloro-5-fluoro-6- (4-chloro-2-fluoro-3methoxyphenyl)pyridine-2-carboxylic acid or a
derivative thereof, or an agriculturally acceptable salt
or ester thereof and (b) an ACCase inhibitor,
including, e.g., clethodim, clodinafop-propargyl,
cyhalofop-R-butyl, diclofop-methyl, fenoxapropPethyl, fluazifop-P-butyl, haloxyfop-R-methyl,
metamifop, pinoxaden, profoxydim, quizalofop-Pethyl, sethoxydim and tralkoxydim, provide
synergistic weed control of undesirable vegetation in
rice, cereals, wheat, barley, oats, rye, sorghum,
com/maize, sugarcane, sunflower, oilseed rape,
canola, sugar beet, soybean, cotton, pineapple,
pastures, grasslands, rangelands, fallowland, turf,
21: 2015/01317 22: 8/2/2013 43: 5/20/2016
51: C12N; A61K
71: DEAKIN UNIVERSITY
72: DUAN, WEI
33: AU 31: 2012903333 32: 2012/08/02
54: EPCAM APTAMER FOR DETECTION OF
CANCER STEM CELLS
00: The present disclosure relates to an RNA aptamer
and uses thereof, in particular, an aptamer which
specifically bind to EpCAM and which demonstrates
superior tumor penetrating ability.
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pretreatment. Xylose monomer yields comparable to
those achieved using two-stage pretreatments can
be achieved from soft lignocellulosic biomass
feedstocks by pretreating to very low severity in a
single-stage pressurized hydrothermal pretreatment,
followed by enzymatic hydrolysis to release xylose
retained in the solid state. In some embodiments,
pretreated biomass is separated into a solid fraction
and a liquid fraction, the solid fraction subject to
enzymatic hydrolysis, and the separated liquid
fraction subsequently mixed with the hydrolysed
solid fraction.
21: 2015/01318 22: 8/2/2013 43: 5/24/2016
51: C12Q; A61K; C07H
71: DEAKIN UNIVERSITY
72: DUAN, WEI
33: AU 31: 2012903332 32: 2012/08/02
54: CD133 APTAMERS FOR DETECTION OF
CANCER STEM CELLS
00: The present disclosure relates to RNA aptamers and
uses thereof, in particular, aptamers which
specifically bind to CD133 and which demonstrate
superior tumour penetration.
21: 2015/01375 22: 2/27/2015 43: 5/26/2016
51: B01D, C04B
71: Corning Incorporated
72: BUBB, Keith Norman, CECCE, Anthony Joseph,
CRONIN, Allison Elizabeth, SARMA, Huthavahana
Kuchibhotla, WARREN, Courtney Spencer
33: US 31: 13/599,584 32: 2012/08/30
54: COMPOSITIONS AND METHODS FOR
PLUGGING HONEYCOMB BODIES WITH
REDUCED PLUG DEPTH VARIABILITY
00: A composition for applying to a honeycomb body
includes a refractory filler, an organic binder, an
inorganic binder, and a liquid vehicle, wherein the
refractory filler, the particle size distribution of the
refractory filler, the organic binder, and the inorganic
binder are selected such that, when the composition
is applied to plug a plurality of channels of the
honeycomb body, the plug depth variability is
reduced.
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51: C12P; D21C
71: INBICON A/S
72: LARSEN, JAN, NIELSEN POULSEN, NIELS,
JEPPESEN, MARTIN DAN, MOGENSEN, KIT
KELLEBJERG
33: US 31: 61/678,130 32: 2012/08/01
33: DK 31: PA 2012 70461 32: 2012/08/01
54: METHODS OF PROCESSING
LIGNOCELLULOSIC BIOMASS USING SINGLESTAGE AUTOHYDROLYSIS AND ENZYMATIC
HYDROLYSIS WITH C5 BYPASS AND POSTHYDROLYSIS
00: The invention relates, in general, to methods of
processing lignocellulosic biomass to fermentable
sugars and to methods that rely on hydrothermal
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21: 2015/01382 22: 3/3/2015 43: 5/31/2016
51: G06Q
71: MARTINS, Joaquim Junior Henriques
72: MARTINS, Joaquim Junior Henriques
33: ZA 31: 2013/09074 32: 2013/12/03
54: MEDICAL CLAIM
00: The invention relates to a method of submitting
medical treatment information to a medical bureau,
which includes electronically recording the details of
a patient into a computer. The details may be
entered manually in pre-defined data fields. The
physical format of the patient's details may also be
captured by image. The method of submitting
medical information further includes accessing predefined treatment codes, which are stored on a
database and recording the codes for the treatment
being performed on a patient. The recorded details
and pre-defined treatment codes of a patient is then
electronically transmitted to a medical bureau.
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51: A23K; A23L; A01G; A61K
71: ALGEA AS
72: DI TOMMASO, DONATA, DE FLAVIIS, MAURO,
GJERDE, HEGE
33: IT 31: RM2012A000388 32: 2012/08/03
54: METHOD AND INSTALLATION FOR MAKING
SEAWEED MEAL
00: -
Described is a method for making seaweed meal,
comprising the steps of harvesting the seaweed from
a sea floor; chopping the seaweed; cleaning the
seaweed; desiccating the seaweed; grinding the
seaweed to a meal; drying the seaweed between the
cleaning step and the desiccating step, the drying
step is accomplished by seaweed agitator means
(6).
21: 2015/01394 22: 9/5/2013 43: 5/4/2016
51: A61K
71: BAYER HEALTHCARE LLC
72: SKRABS, DR SUSANNE, FUNKE, DR ADRIAN,
KRESSE, DR MAYK, OBERDIECK, DR ULRICH
33: EP 31: 12183331.3 32: 2012/09/06
54: COATED PHARMACEUTICAL COMPOSITION
CONTAINING REGORAFENIB
00: The present invention relates to a coated
pharmaceutical composition containing regorafenib,
a hydrate, solvate, metabolite or pharmaceutically
acceptable salt thereof or a polymorph thereof and
its process of preparation and its use for treating
disorders.
21: 2015/01399 22: 9/3/2013 43: 5/31/2016
51: A01P; A01N
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71: DOW AGROSCIENCES LLC
72: MANN, RICHARD K, BRINKWORTH, LOUISE
A, PETERSON, VANELLE F, FISHER, MARC L,
LANGSTON, VERNON B, MASTERS, ROBERT A
33: US 31: 61/696,478 32: 2012/09/04
54: SYNERGISTIC WEED CONTROL FROM
APPLICATIONS OF AMINOCYCLOPYRACHLOR
AND CLOPYRALID
00: Disclosed herein are herbicidal compositions
comprising a synergistically herbicidal effective
amount of (a) aminocyclopyrachlor, or an
agriculturally acceptable salt or ester thereof, and (b)
clopyralid, or an agriculturally acceptable salt or
ester thereof. Also disclosed herein are methods of
controlling undesirable vegetation, which comprise
applying to vegetation or an area adjacent the
vegetation or applying to soil or water to prevent the
emergence or growth of vegetation (a)
aminocyclopyrachlor, or an agriculturally acceptable
salt or ester thereof, and (b) clopyralid, or an
agriculturally acceptable salt or ester thereof,
wherein (a) and (b) are each added in an amount
sufficient to produce a synergistic herbicidal effect.
21: 2015/01579 22: 8/9/2013 43: 5/4/2016
51: C22B
71: SPARSTANE TECHNOLOGIES LLC
72: HASINOFF, MURRAY P, PURSELL, TAYLOR,
SAIIA, JOSEPH A, SHIRLEY, ARTHUR R,
COCHRAN, KEITH D, HOLT, TIMOTHY G
33: US 31: 61/681,795 32: 2012/08/10
54: PROCESS FOR CONVERTING FGD GYPSUM
TO AMMONIUM SULFATE AND CALCIUM
CARBONATE
00: A continuous countercurrent flow process for
converting FGD gypsum to ammonium sulfate and
calcium carbonate including countercurrent flows
with internal recycle of liquids to maximize the purity
of reaction products while minimizing reaction times,
and further include embodiments of the process that
provide a yield of both ammonium sulfate and
calcium carbonate to be 97 to 100%, and
embodiments that provide for processes having a
total time of reaction being 8 to 12 minutes, the
invention further including processes for removing
contaminants from the FGD gypsum employing an
acid rinse process and/or a slurry tank reactor
process.
21: 2015/01582 22: 12/3/2013 43: 5/4/2016
51: C01B
71: CHEVRON U.S.A. INC.
72: ZONES, STACEY IAN
33: US 31: 61/762,589 32: 2013/02/08
54: MOLECULAR SIEVE SSZ-85 COMPOSITION
OF MATTER AND SYNTHESIS THEREOF
00: This disclosure is directed to a new cobalt
aluminophosphate molecular sieve designated SSZ85 and a method for preparing SSZ-85 using a 1,3diisopropylimidazolium ionic liquid.
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making footwear including such uppers and/or sole
structures also are described.
21: 2015/01587 22: 9/5/2013. 43: 5/3/2016
51: A43B
71: NIKE INNOVATE C.V.
72: ADEAGBO, SIMIDELE A, GROVER, CHAD C,
SHYLLON, TAMIMU A, HOFFER, KEVIN W,
HOLMES, MATTHEW J
33: US 31: 13/605,681 32: 2012/09/06
54: SOLE STRUCTURES AND ARTICLES OF
FOOTWEAR HAVING A LIGHTWEIGHT MIDSOLE
WITH SEGMENTED PROTECTIVE ELEMENTS
00: Sole structures for articles of footwear, including
athletic footwear, include: (a) a lightweight foam
midsole component for supporting the foot; and (b) a
plurality of heavier and/or denser cage components
covering selected areas of the midsole component.
Spaces are provided between the cage components.
These spaces may be sized, shaped, and oriented
to define and/or correspond to flexion lines of the
foot and/or to produce a more natural flex motion to
the sole. The soles additionally may include one or
more outsole components, e.g., on bottom
surface(s) of the cage component(s) and/or the foam
midsole. These sole structures may be engaged with
an upper to form a shoe. The uppers may include
one or more lace receiving openings supported by
elongated wire or textile components. Methods of
21: 2015/01649 22: 11/03/2015 43: 08/06/2016
51: B24B
71: WOBBEN PROPERTIES GMBH
72: Ernst-Jürgen WOLF, Ingo JANSSEN, Tobias
HEILIG
33: DE 31: 102012019989.9 32: 2012/10/12,
54: METHOD FOR THE AUTOMATED SURFACE
MACHINING OF A PROFILED LARGE
COMPONENT OF A WIND ENERGY PLANT,
MACHINING DEVICE AND MACHINING SYSTEM
00: 57: The invention relates to a method for the
automated surface machining, in particular grinding,
of a profiled component in the form of a profiled
large component, in particular of a rotor blade, of a
wind energy plant, having a machining device having
a moving gantry, a robotic system having a control
system and a machining tool of a working head, said
method having the steps of:- moving the moving
gantry as a mobile carriage, in principle free of
mechanical limitations, along a profiled surface of
the profiled component, - advancing the machining
tool substantially transversely to the profiled surface
of the profiled component by means of an advancing
robot that is actuable between the mobile carriage
and the machining tool, - treating the surface of the
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large component using the machining tool, wherein,
by means of the control system, a travel movement
of the moving gantry and an advancing movement of
the machining tool area carried out by means of the
advancing robot in accordance with a model of the
profiled surface of the profiled component, wherein a number of surface treatment passes are
implemented on the large component.
21: 2015/01735 22: 9/6/2013 43: 5/3/2016
51: C12N; A01H
71: DOW AGROSCIENCES LLC
72: COGAN, NOEL, FORSTER, JOHN, HAYDEN,
MATTHEW, SAWBRIDGE, TIM, SPANGENBERG,
GERMAN, WEBB, STEVEN R, GUPTA, MANJU,
AINLEY, W MIKE, HENRY, MATTHEW J, MASON,
JOHN, KUMAR, SANDEEP, NOVAK, STEPHEN
33: US 31: 61/697,882 32: 2012/09/07
54: ENGINEERED TRANSGENE INTEGRATION
PLATFORM (ETIP) FOR GENE TARGETING AND
TRAIT STACKING
00: An Engineered Transgene Integration Platform
(ETIP) is described that can be inserted randomly or
at targeted locations in plant genomes to facilitate
rapid selection and detection of a GOI that is
perfectly targeted (both the 5' and 3' ends) at the
ETIP genomic location. One element in the subject
disclosure is the introduction of specific double
stranded breaks within the ETIP. In some
embodiments, an ETIP is described using zinc finger
nuclease binding sites, but may utilize other
targeting technologies such as meganucleases,
CRISPRs, TALs, or leucine zippers. Also described
are compositions of, and methods for producing,
transgenic plants wherein the donor or payload DNA
expresses one or more products of an exogenous
nucleic acid sequence (e.g. protein or RNA) that has
been stably-integrated into an ETIP in a plant cell. In
embodiments, the ETIP facilitates testing of gene
candidates and plant expression vectors from
ideation through Development phases.
21: 2015/01778 22: 10/3/2013 43: 5/4/2016
51: C03C; G01N
71: OWENS-BROCKWAY GLASS CONTAINER
INC.
72: SMITH, ROGER P, CLICK, CAROL A, MULLEN,
REBECCA, BARTON, STEPHEN DANIEL
33: US 31: 13/666,644 32: 2012/11/01
54: INSPECTABLE BLACK GLASS CONTAINERS
00: The present invention relates to the use of a double
salt of Ca(NO3)2&nbsp;and KNO3&nbsp;for the
manufacture of a melt, in particular a nitrate-based
heat transfer fluid (HTF) and/or thermal energy
storage fluid, for example in solar energy
applications, such as in solar electrical power plant
systems using a parabolic through, a central receiver
or a linear Fresnel, which have both a low melting
temperature and a high decomposition temperature,
as well as to methods for the manufacture thereof.
Using said double salt, a melt could be
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manufactured comprising at least NaNO3,
KNO3&nbsp;and Ca(NO3)2, preferably, an eutectic
ternary melt comprising Ca(NO3)2, NaNO3&nbsp;and
KNO3&nbsp;in a weight ratio of about 42:15:43 with
an operating temperature of about 131 &deg;C to
about 560 &deg;C.
21: 2015/01812 22: 9/4/2013 43: 5/3/2016
51: A61K; A61P
71: PHARNEXT
72: COHEN, DANIEL, NABIROCHKIN, SERGUEI,
CHUMAKOV, ILYA
33: EP 31: 12306062.6 32: 2012/09/05
33: US 31: 61/696,961 32: 2012/09/05
54: NOOTROPIC COMPOSITIONS FOR
IMPROVING MEMORY PERFORMANCE
00: The invention relates to compositions and methods
for improving memory and related functions as
alertness, attention, concentration, learning, and
language processing. More particularly, the invention
relates to compositions comprising at least two
drugs selected from cinacalcet, baclofen,
acamprosate, mexiletine, sulfisoxazole and
torasemide useful to enhance memory and related
functions in healthy subjects or subjects suffering
from conditions or disorders having a negative
impact on their memory.
21: 2015/01817 22: 9/19/2013 43: 5/4/2016
51: B01D
71: TOTAL SA, SAIPEM S.A, VEOLIA EAU COMPAGNIE GENERALE DES EAUX, VWS
WESTGARTH LTD.
72: PEDENAUD, PIERRE, HENG, SAMUEL,
BIGEONNEAU, DIDIER, ANRES, STÉPHANE,
HALLOT, RAYMOND, BAYLOT, MICHEL, BEN
BOUDINAR, MOURAD, SKIVINGTON, GRAEME
33: FR 31: 12 58852 32: 2012/09/20
54: METHOD AND DEVICE FOR THE
UNDERWATER TESTING OF A FILTRATION
SYSTEM
00: The invention relates to a method for testing an
underwater filtration system, and to the underwater
test device allowing the study of the operation of
filtration systems in aquatic conditions. The test
method comprises steps consisting in introducing a
flow of water into the underwater test device via a
water intake, said underwater test device comprising
at least one filter, guiding said flow in the underwater
test device to said filter, obtaining a filtrate
downstream of said filter, and expelling said filtrate
into the environment via a discharge line. The
underwater test device is arranged at least 500
meters under water.
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pharmaceutically acceptable salt thereof and (2) a
rapid release part including solifenacin or a
pharmaceutically acceptable salt thereof and
calcium stearate.
21: 2015/01977 22: 8/30/2013 43: 5/4/2016
51: A61K; A61P
71: ASTELLAS PHARMA INC.
72: TSUTSUI, YUUKI, TOYOTA, HIROYASU,
HAKOMORI, TADASHI
33: JP 31: 2012-191833 32: 2012/08/31
54: ORALLY ADMINISTERED MEDICAL
COMPOSITION
00: In order to provide to clinical practices a single
pharmaceutical preparation having a controlled
release part including mirabegron or a
pharmaceutically acceptable salt thereof and a rapid
release part including solifenacin or a
pharmaceutically acceptable salt thereof: (1)
provided is a single pharmaceutical preparation
wherein the elution profile of each medication is
unchanged from conventional pharmaceutical
preparations; and (2) provided is a single
pharmaceutical preparation having a maximum
medication elution rate of at least 90% for each
medication and exhibiting a similar bioavailability to
conventional pharmaceutical preparations.
Furthermore, (3) a single pharmaceutical preparation
is provided that exhibits good productivity whereby
tableting problems are suppressed and exhibits
good storage stability whereby coloration of the rapid
release part thereof is suppressed. This orally
administered medical composition contains (1) a
controlled release part including mirabegron or a
21: 2015/02006 22: 24/03/2015 43: 09/06/2016
51: H02H
71: WOBBEN PROPERTIES GMBH
72: Joachim DE BOER
33: DE 31: 10 2012 218 067.2 32: 2012/10/02
54: METHOD FOR MONITORING A PLURALITY
OF ELECTRICAL ENERGY LINES IN A CABLE
HARNESS
00: 57: The invention relates to a method for monitoring
a cable harness (2) comprising a plurality of
electrical lines (4), wherein the cable harness (2) is
provided for conducting electrical energy generated
by a generator of a wind turbine (100), said method
comprising the following steps: measuring the
temperature of at least two of the electrical lines (4),
comparing the temperatures with one another, and
detecting whether two temperatures deviate from
one another by more than a predetermined limit.
21: 2015/02009 22: 8/30/2013 43: 5/4/2016
51: A61K; A61P
71: TAISHO PHARMACEUTICAL CO., LTD.
72: KOJIMA, NAOKI, ROMAN, J RICHARD,
MIYATA, NORIYUKI, TAKAHASHI, TEISUKE,
TOMOIKE, HIDEKI, TAKEDA, TAKUYA
33: US 31: 61/695016 32: 2012/08/30
54: COMBINATIONS OF SGLT2 INHIBITORS AND
ANTIHYPERTENSIVE DRUGS
00: -
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Medicaments that depend on a combination of SGLT
2 inhibitors and antihypertensive drugs and which
are useful in the treatment of diseases involving at
least hypertension or diabetes mellitus as a risk
factor of cardiovascular events, as well as methods
of treating the diseases are provided. Since the
present invention exhibits a superior hypotensive
action that cannot be attained by any single
antihypertensive drugs, the conventional problems
associated with the use of two or more
antihypertensive drugs in order to lower the blood
pressure to the desired level can be solved. In
addition, the present invention shows a marked
therapeutic efficacy in diabetes mellitus, a disease
associated with diabetes mellitus, or complications
of diabetes mellitus, in particular, diabetic
nephropathy. As a further advantage, the present
invention is also useful for the treatment of diseases
involving lowered renal function.
21: 2015/02014 22: 8/27/2013 43: 5/13/2016
51: A24F; A61M
71: KIND CONSUMER LIMITED
72: HEARN, ALEX
33: GB 31: 1215282.3 32: 2012/08/28
54: A BREATH OPERATED INHALER WITH
PLUME IMPINGING AIR JETS
00: An inhaler comprising a source of inhalable
composition. An outlet flow path (10) is provided for
the composition from the source to a composition
outlet at an outlet end of the inhaler. Means (12, 13,
14) are provided to generate a flow of composition
from the source along the outlet flow path and out of
the composition outlet when suction is applied to the
outlet end. A pair of air outlets (21) at the outlet end
are arranged on opposite sides of the composition
outlet through which air is drawn in respective air
jets when suction is applied to the outlet end. The
composition and air outlets are arranged such that,
in use, the pair of air jets impinge on the composition
plume.
21: 2015/02026 22: 3/24/2015 43: 5/24/2016
51: B82Y
71: MINTEK
72: TORTO, Nelson, DEGNI, Sylvestre,
MUDABUKA, Boitumelo, VILAKAZI, Sibulelo
33: ZA 31: 2012/06872 32: 2012/09/13
54: DIAGNOSTIC PROBE
00: A diagnostic probe or chemical sensor includes a
solid substrate or support material carrying coppergold alloy nanoparticles. The probe or sensor is
particularly suitable for sensing the presence of
ascorbic acid and a method of detecting ascorbic
acid in a sample is thus also disclosed. The
invention extends to a method of manufacturing a
diagnostic probe or chemical sensor which includes
forming a liquid admixture that includes copper-gold
alloy nanoparticles and a substrate or support
material, and solidifying the liquid, nanoparticlecontaining admixture into a solid body.
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21: 2015/02156 22: 8/30/2013 43: 5/4/2016
51: A61K
71: HANMI PHARM. CO., LTD.
72: KIM, YONG IL, CHO, JUNG HYUN, CHOI, JUN
YOUNG, CHOI, YOUNG KEUN, PARK, JAE HYUN,
WOO, JONG SOO
33: KR 31: 10-2012-0096477 32: 2012/08/31
54: BILAYERED COMPOSITE TABLET
FORMULATION COMPRISING ATORVASTATIN,
IRBESARTAN AND MAGNESIUM CARBONATE
00: Disclosed are a bilayered composite tablet formation
comprising (a) a first layer comprising irbesartan or a
pharmaceutically acceptable salt thereof; and (b) a
second layer comprising atorvastatin or a
pharmaceutically acceptable salt thereof and
magnesium carbonate (MgCO3) in a weight ratio of
1:4 to 1:5, and a method for preparing the same.
Exhibiting excellent dissolution rates and
bioavailability, the bilayered composite tablet
formulation is useful as a therapeutic for
hypertension and hypercholesterolemia.
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51: G01N
71: LIONEX GMBH
72: SINGH, MAHAVIR, BAUMANN, RALF,
KÄMPFER, SUSANNE, SPALLEK, RALF,
OEHLMANN, WULF
33: EP 31: 12185371.7 32: 2012/09/21
54: MYCOBACTERIAL THIOLPEROXIDASE AND
ITS USE
00: In the first aspect, the present invention relates to
mycobacterial thiolperoxidase for use in diagnosing
or determining tuberculosis infection in an individual.
In a further aspect, methods are provided for
diagnosing or determining the status of tuberculosis
infection in individuals infected or suspected to be
afflicted with tuberculosis infection comprising the
step of determining the level or amount of antibodies
against mycobacterial thioperoxidase in a sample of
an individual. Moreover, methods are provided for
the stratification of the treatment regimen of said
individual as well as for monitoring the change from
latent to active status of tuberculosis infection.
Moreover, the present invention provides kits for use
in diagnosing or detecting tuberculosis infection as
well as the status of the same based on the level or
amount of mycobacterial thiolperoxidase.
21: 2015/02213 22: 10/8/2013 43: 5/16/2016
51: A61K; C07K; G01N
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71: PROTHENA BIOSCIENCES LIMITED
72: BARBOUR, ROBIN, GAMES THIEL, KATE
DORA, NIJJAR, TARLOCHAN S
33: US 31: 61/711,204 32: 2012/10/08
33: US 31: 61/719,281 32: 2012/10/26
33: US 31: 61/840,432 32: 2013/06/27
33: US 31: 61/872,366 32: 2013/08/30
54: ANTIBODIES RECOGNIZING ALPHASYNUCLEIN
00: The invention provides monoclonal antibody 5C1
and related antibodies. The 5C1 antibody binds to
an epitope within residues 118-126 of &alpha;synuclein. The antibodies of the invention are useful,
for example, for treating and/or diagnosing disorders
associated with &alpha;-synuclein, particularly
accumulation of &alpha;-synuclein deposits. Such
disorders include Lewy body diseases, such as
Parkinson's disease, Diffuse Lewy Body Disease
(DLBD), Lewy body variant of Alzheimer's disease
(LBV), Combined Alzheimer's and Parkinson
disease, pure autonomic failure and multiple system
atrophy (MSA).
71: NANTONG CIMC-SPECIAL
TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURE
CO., LTD., CHINA INTERNATIONAL MARINE
CONTAINERS (GROUP) LTD., CIMC
CONTAINERS HOLDING COMPANY LTD.
72: LV, GUOQUAN, LU, XINLIN, WANG, AIJUN, LI,
AIHUA
33: CN 31: 201220632953.6 32: 2012/11/26
54: HARD OPEN TOP CONTAINER AND TOP
COVER LIFTING APPLIANCE
00: A hard open top container and top cover lifting
appliance; a top cover lock (3) for tightly locking a
top cover (2) onto a container body (1) is installed on
the top cover of the container; the lower part of the
top cover lock (3) is provided with a lock hook (31)
for fastening to the container body (1); the upper part
of the top cover lock (3) is connected to the top
cover (2) via a lock pin shaft (32); a lock pressing
handle (33) is disposed at the tail end of the upper
part. The top cover (2) is also provided with a lifter
thereon for lifting the top cover. The lower part of the
top cover lifter is provided with a lifter head (5)
disposed on the lock pressing handle (33) to turn the
top cover lock (3), causing the lock hook (31) to
disengage from the container body. The lower part
of the top cover lifter is also provided with a lifting
hook (6) acting on the lifter; the tail end of the lifting
hook (6) is connected to a lifter actuating mechanism
(7) for pushing the lifting hook (6) to hook or
disengage from the top cover. Opening the top cover
eliminates a manual unlocking step; and the
operations such as unlocking and lifting the top
cover can be completed sequentially, thus improving
cover opening efficiency, saving time and labor, and
being safe and efficient.
21: 2015/02222 22: 11/26/2013 43: 5/4/2016
51: B65D; B66C
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21: 2015/02274 22: 9/24/2013 43: 5/3/2016
51: C25B; H01M; B32B; C22C
71: COMMISSARIAT A L'ENERGIE ATOMIQUE ET
AUX ENERGIES ALTERNATIVES
72: LAUCOURNET, RICHARD, DALMASSO,
MYRIAM, RADO, CYRIL
33: FR 31: 12 59040 32: 2012/09/26
54: COMPONENT CONSTITUTING AN HTE
ELECTROLYSER INTERCONNECTOR OR SOFC
FUEL CELL INTERCONNECTOR AND
ASSOCIATED PRODUCTION PROCESSES
00: The invention relates to a component (8) comprising
a substrate made of chromia-former metal alloy (82),
the basic element of which is iron (Fe) or nickel (Ni),
wherein the substrate has two main planar faces.
According to the invention: - one of the main planar
faces is coated with a coating comprising a thick
layer of ceramic (80), grooved to delimit channels
(800) suitable for the distribution and/or collection of
gases, such as H2O water vapour, H2&nbsp;or air,
and/or - one of the main planar faces is coated with
a thick metal layer (81), grooved to delimit channels
(810) suitable for the distribution and/or collection of
gases, such as H2O water vapour, H2, O2&nbsp;or
draining gas. The invention also relates to the
associated production processes.
21: 2015/02278 22: 9/12/2013 43: 5/3/2016
51: E02F
71: COMBI WEAR PARTS AB
72: QUARFORDT, PER, GABELA, ADNAN
33: SE 31: 1230098-4 32: 2012/09/21
54: LOCK FOR TOOL HOLDER
00: The invention relates to a lock for releasable locking
of an excavating tooth to a wearing-part holder in a
wearing- part system, where the excavating tooth
and the wearing- part holder together define a lock
opening for receiving the lock, where the lock
comprises a threaded conical screw and a first
thread half designed with a first thread bed, where
the first thread half and a second thread half,
designed with a second thread bed, are mounted in
the lock opening, where the first thread half and the
second thread half, with the thread beds directed
towards each other, together define an opening for
threaded fastening of the threaded conical screw,
such that rotation of the threaded screw moves the
threaded screw along the thread beds in the axial
direction of the screw into the lock opening, locking
the lock when the first thread half is moved towards
the excavating tooth and the second thread half is
moved towards the wearing-part holder. The
invention also relates to a wearing-part system, a
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first thread half, a second thread half, a conical
screw, and an associated method for releasable
locking of an excavating tooth to a wearing-part
holder in a wearing-part system with lock.
21: 2015/02331 22: 08/04/2015 43: 09/06/2016
51: B01J, C01B
71: PROTON POWER, INC.
72: Daniel L. HENSLEY, Daniel C. WEAVER,
Samuel P. WEAVER, Samuel C. WEAVER
33: - 31: - 32: 54: C-O-H COMPOUND PROCESSING FOR
HYDROGEN OR LIQUID FUEL PRODUCTION
00: 57: Methods and systems are disclosed for
extracting hydrogen and/or liquid fuel from a
compound comprising carbon, oxygen, and
hydrogen)"C-O-H"). The compound may include
cellulose, lignin, and/or hemicellulose, for example.
The compound may include a waste stream that
includes at least one C-O-H compound. Water may
be combined with the C-O-H compound to produce a
wet form of the C-O-H compound. The wet form of
the C-O-H compound may be transferred into a
reaction processing chamber. The wet form of the CO-H compound may be heated within the reaction
chamber such that elements of the C-O-H
compound dissociate and react, with one reaction
product comprising at least hydrogen gas and/or
liquid fuel. Some embodiments may utilize nonoxidation reactions to produce the hydrogen and/or
liquid fuel, such as hydrous pyrolysis reactions. The
hydrogen gas and/or liquid fuel may be utilized to
generate electrical power, heat, or power different
types of engines.
21: 2015/02337 22: 4/8/2015 43: 5/31/2016
51: B01D, B01J
71: NOVINDA CORPORATION
72: BUTZ, James Robert, LUCARELLI, Michael A
33: US 31: 61/714,382 32: 2012/10/16
54: GASEOUS MERCURY OXIDATION AND
CAPTURE
00: Described herein is a process for oxidizing gaseous
Hg(0) in the combustion gas from a coal fired boiler.
The process includes injecting into the combustion
gases a particulate mercury oxidant precatalyst. The
process further including, oxidizing Hg(0) in the
combustion gases to an oxidized mercury selected
from the group consisting of Hg(l), Hg(ll) and
injecting a mercury sorbent that admixes with the
oxidized Hg(ll) to form a oxidized- mercury/sorbent
species. The oxidized-mercury/sorbent species can
then be collected from the combustion (flue) gas
using standard powder capture technologies.
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21: 2015/02375 22: 10/2/2013 43: 5/4/2016
51: A47C
71: ASHLEY FURNITURE INDUSTRIES, INC.
72: WALZ, LUCAS R, FYNBOH, PETER J,
COOPER, JEFFREY, ANIBAS, JOSEPH L,
ROBINSON, NICHOLAS J, GORKA, RICHARD E,
BREEN, JOHN R, BRANDTNER, TIMOTHY A
33: US 31: 61/708,989 32: 2012/10/02
33: US 31: 61/738,737 32: 2012/12/18
33: US 31: 61/801,967 32: 2013/03/15
54: POWER MECHANISM FOR RECLINERS
00: A power mechanism for a recliner having a limiter
controlling the relative angle between a transfer
linkage and arm affixed to the drive axle as the
transfer linkage applies tangential force to the arm to
rotate the drive axle. The limiter prevents the relative
angle between the transfer linkage from over
collapsing to minimize strain on the linkage
assembly and the motor driving the rotation of the
drive axle.
21: 2015/02386 22: 4/9/2015 43: 5/3/2016
51: H04W
71: Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.
72: CHEN, Jun, ZHANG, Yi
33: PCT/CN 31: 2012/082463 32: 2012/09/29
54: METHOD AND RELATED APPARATUS FOR
RESETTING HIGH SPEED MEDIUM ACCESS
CONTROL ENTITY
00: A method for resetting a high speed medium access
control entity comprises: receiving a resetting
instruction sent by a radio network controller, the
resetting instruction comprising resetting indication
information of a cell; determining a to-be-reset cell
according to the resetting indication information, and
resetting a high speed medium access control entity
for the to-be-reset cell.
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21: 2015/02413 22: 9/12/2013 43: 5/3/2016
51: G06K
71: AVIGILON FORTRESS CORPORATION
72: ZHANG, ZHONG, YIN, WEIHONG,
VENETIANER, PETER
33: US 31: 13/838,511 32: 2013/03/15
33: US 31: 61/700,033 32: 2012/09/12
54: METHODS, DEVICES AND SYSTEMS FOR
DETECTING OBJECTS IN A VIDEO
00: Methods, devices and systems for performing video
content analysis to detect humans or other objects of
interest a video image is disclosed. The detection of
humans may be used to count a number of humans,
to determine a location of each human and/or
perform crowd analyses of monitored areas.
21: 2015/02506 22: 9/27/2013 43: 5/24/2016
51: A01N
71: DOW AGROSCIENCES LLC
72: MANN, RICHARD K, BRINKWORTH, LOUISE
A, LANGSTON, VERNON B, MASTERS, ROBERT
A, PETERSON, VANELLE F, FISHER, MARC L,
OVALLE, DANIEL, POSADA, EDUARDO
33: US 31: 61/707,390 32: 2012/09/28
54: SYNERGISTIC WEED CONTROL FROM
APPLICATIONS OF AMINOCYCLOPYRACHLOR
AND FLUROXYPYR
00: Disclosed herein are herbicidal compositions
comprising a synergistically herbicidal effective
amount of (a) aminocyclopyrachlor, or an
agriculturally acceptable salt or ester thereof, and (b)
fluroxypyr, or an agriculturally acceptable salt or
ester thereof. Also disclosed herein are methods of
controlling undesirable vegetation, which comprise
applying to vegetation or an area adjacent the
vegetation or applying to soil or water to prevent the
emergence or growth of vegetation (a)
aminocyclopyrachlor, or an agriculturally acceptable
salt or ester thereof, and (b) fluroxypyr, or an
agriculturally acceptable salt or ester thereof,
wherein (a) and (b) are each added in an amount
sufficient to produce a synergistic herbicidal effect.
21: 2015/02508 22: 10/9/2013 43: 5/3/2016
51: A61C
71: NOBEL BIOCARE SERVICES AG
72: GIASSON, DAVID, ROBERTS, ADAM,
GILBERT, ALEXANDRE, DUMITRESCU, ION,
MANAÏ, MYRIAM
33: US 31: 13/799,691 32: 2013/03/13
33: US 31: 61/713,412 32: 2012/10/12
54: DENTAL BAR
00: An overdenture bar includes a U-shaped support
beam configured to being coupled to a plurality of
dental implants and extending generally above the
mucus membrane of the gums. The U-shaped
support beam has an anterior region and a pair of
posterior extensions. At least one portion of the Ushaped support beam includes a plurality of
retention elements extending generally normal to an
outer surface of the U-shaped support beam in a
plurality of directions. A method for producing a
dental bar model on a CAD/CAM program to be
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fitted on a patient's upper or lower gingival surface
includes the steps of selecting a longitudinal portion
of the bar, adding protrusions to an upper portion of
the bar and/or positioning a buccal finish line and a
lingual finish between two boundary lines. The
boundary lines illustrate the highest and lowest
position of the finish lines.
21: 2015/02537 22: 9/16/2013 43: 5/9/2016
51: A24D
71: TANNPAPIER GMBH
72: GRIESMAYR, GUENTER, PUEHRINGER,
BARBARA, KNAUSEDER, BERNHARD,
SCHOPPER, EIKE
33: AT 31: A 1015/2012 32: 2012/09/17
54: MOUTHPIECE LINING PAPER
00: The invention relates to a mouthpiece lining paper
for an article to smoke such as a filter cigarette or a
cigarillo provided with a filter. Said mouthpiece lining
paper is imprinted with a coating which can have an
optical, haptical or other function. Said mouthpiece
lining paper has on its inner side, an additional
sealing layer formed from a coating
21: 2015/02547 22: 9/17/2013 43: 5/3/2016
51: C09K
71: YARA INTERNATIONAL ASA
72: OBRESTAD, TORSTEIN, MYRSTAD, AMUND,
FROGNER, TORE
33: NO 31: 20121058 32: 2012/09/18
54: USE OF A CALCIUM POTASSIUM NITRATE
SALT FOR THE MANUFACTURE OF A HEAT
TRANSFER FLUID
00: The present invention relates to the use of a double
salt of Ca(NO3)2&nbsp;and KNO3&nbsp;for the
manufacture of a melt, in particular a nitrate-based
heat transfer fluid (HTF) and/or thermal energy
storage fluid, for example in solar energy
applications, such as in solar electrical power plant
systems using a parabolic through, a central receiver
or a linear Fresnel, which have both a low melting
temperature and a high decomposition temperature,
as well as to methods for the manufacture thereof.
Using said double salt, a melt could be
manufactured comprising at least NaNO3,
KNO3&nbsp; and Ca(NO3)2, preferably, an eutectic
ternary melt comprising Ca(NO3)2, NaNO3&nbsp;and
KNO3&nbsp;in a weight ratio of about 42:15:43 with
an operating temperature of about 131 &deg;C to
about 560 &deg;C.
21: 2015/02577 22: 11/25/2013 43: 5/20/2016
51: B01J
71: ELEVANCE RENEWABLE SCIENCES, INC.
72: KUNZ, LINDA A, COHEN, STEVEN A
33: US 31: 61/731,815 32: 2012/11/30
54: METHODS FOR PREPARING RUTHENIUM
CARBENE COMPLEXES AND PRECURSORS
THERETO
00: Methods of preparing ruthenium carbene complex
precursors are disclosed herein. In some
embodiments, the methods include reacting a
ruthenium refinery salt with an L-type ligand and a
reducing agent to form the ruthenium carbene
complex precursor. Methods of preparing a
ruthenium vinylcarbene complex are also disclosed.
In some embodiments, preparing a ruthenium
carbene complex includes converting a ruthenium
carbene complex precursor into a ruthenium
carbene complex having a structure
(PR1R2R3)2CI2Ru=CH-R4, wherein R1, R2, R3, and
R4&nbsp; are defined herein.
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21: 2015/02654 22: 10/25/2013 43: 5/13/2016
51: C07D
71: USHER III INITIATIVE, INC.
72: BURLI, ROLAND WERNER, ESMIEU, WILLIAM
RAMESHCHANDRA KRISHNA, LOCK,
CHRISTOPHER JAMES, MALAGU, KARINE
FABIENNE, OWENS, ANDREW PATE, HARTE,
WILLIAM EDWARD
33: US 31: 61/718,593 32: 2012/10/25
33: US 31: 61/775,376 32: 2013/03/-08
54: PYRAZOLOPYRIDAZINES AND METHODS
FOR TREATING RETINAL-DEGENERATIVE
DISEASES AND HEARING LOSS ASSOCIATED
WITH USHER SYNDROME
00: Compounds, compositions and methods for the
treatment of retinal degenerative diseases, such as
retinitis pigmentosa, Leber's congenital Amaurosis,
Syndromic retinal degenerations, age-related
macular degeneration and Usher Syndrome, and
hearing loss associated with Usher Syndrome are
described herein.
21: 2015/02679 22: 21/04/2015 43: 09/06/2016
51: B29C, B29D
71: WOBBEN PROPERTIES GMBH
72: Ingo HESSE
33: DE 31: 102012221942.0 32: 2012/11/30
54: METHOD FOR PROCESSING A FIBERPLASTIC COMPOSITE OF A ROTOR BLADE,
SEMIFINISHED PRODUCT IN THE FORM OF A
BUILT-UP COMPOSITE, AND UV LAMP FOR
CURING A UV-CURABLE MATRIX MATERIAL
00: 57: The invention relates to a method of processing
a fiber-plastic composite of a rotor blade, comprising
the following steps: providing the fiber-plastic
composite to be processed on the rotor blade,
preparing a local processing region of the fiberplastic composite, providing a fiber-matrix composite
comprising a UV-curable matrix material and a fiber
material, applying the fiber-matrix material to the
local processing region of the fiber-plastic
composite, and curing the matrix material. According
to the invention, the matrix material is cured by
means of UV radiation.
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21: 2015/02712 22: 10/17/2013 43: 5/13/2016
51: A61K
71: VASCULAR BIOGENICS LTD.
72: BREITBART, EYAL, LEUBITZ, ANDREA,
FEIGE, EREZ, PENSON, RICHARD
33: US 31: 61/715,206 32: 2012/10/17
33: US 31: 61/785, 287 32: 2013/03/14
54: TREATMENT METHODS USING
ADENOVIRUS
00: The invention provides methods of reducing or
decreasing a size of a tumor or eliminating a tumor
or inhibiting, decreasing, or reducing neovascularization or angiogenesis in a tumor in a
patient by administering an adenovirus comprising a
nucleic acid construct comprising a FAS-chimera
gene operably linked to an endothelial cell-specific
promoter. Also provided is a homogeneous
population of an adenovirus comprising a FASchimera gene operably linked to an endothelial cellspecific promoter and its uses thereof.
72: VAN RENSBURG, Hendrik
33: ZA 31: 2012/08038 32: 2012/10/24
54: PROCESS FOR PREPARING A FISCHERTROPSCH CATALYST
00: A process for preparing a cobalt-containing
hydrocarbon synthesis catalyst includes, in a carbide
formation step, treating an initial catalyst precursor
comprising a catalyst support supporting cobalt
and/or a cobalt compound, with a CO containing gas
at a temperature T. T is from 200°C to 280°C. The
cobalt or cobalt compound is converted to cobalt
carbide thereby obtaining a cobalt carbide containing
catalyst precursor. The CO containing gas (when it
contains H 2) does not have a CO to H 2 molar ratio
equal to or less than 33:1. The carbide formation
step is carried out under non-oxidative conditions. In
a subsequent activation step, the cobalt carbide
containing catalyst precursor is subjected to
treatment with a hydrogen containing gas at a
temperature T 2. T 2 is at least 300°C. The cobalt
carbide is converted to cobalt metal thereby
activating the cobalt carbide containing catalyst
precursor and obtaining a cobalt-containing
hydrocarbon synthesis catalyst.
21: 2015/02787 22: 9/30/2013 43: 5/6/2016
51: C02F; C25B
71: PROCLEANSE LLC
72: SPITTLE, KEVIN S, ROBESON, MICHAEL
33: US 31: 61/706,995 32: 2012/09/28
54: RESIDUAL DISINFECTION OF WATER
00: A water disinfecting system usable with an isolated
water volume has a first concentration of a first metal
and a second concentration of a second metal. The
second metal being different from the first metal. The
first and second metals each having an anodic
index. The first metal having a higher anodic index
than the second metal anodic index. The first metal
and second metal form a galvanic coupling when
placed into the isolated water volume.
21: 2015/02720 22: 4/21/2015 43: 5/24/2016
51: B01J, C07C, C10G
71: SASOL TECHNOLOGY PROPRIETARY
LIMITED
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21: 2015/02849 22: 9/27/2013 43: 5/25/2016
51: A61K; A61P
71: QUINCY BIOSCIENCE, LLC
72: UNDERWOOD, MARK Y
33: US 31: 61/706,615 32: 2012/09/27
54: METHODS FOR ALLEVIATING SYMPTOMS
OF MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS BASED ON
APOAEQUORIN-CONTAINING COMPOSITIONS
00: Methods for alleviating symptoms related to Multiple
Sclerosis by administration of apoaequorin are
provided by the present invention. Such symptoms
include, for example, sleep quality, energy quality,
mood quality, memory quality or pain.
21: 2015/02928 22: 29/04/2015 43: 09/06/2016
51: H01M
71: LECLANCHÉ SA
72: Erika STUDENIK, Sabine WUSSLER, Michael
HOLZAPFEL, Hilmi BUQA, Pierre BLANC, Werner
SCHEIFELE
33: GB 31: 1221217.1 32: 2012/11/26
54: REDUCTION OF GASSING IN LITHIUM
TITANATE CELLS
00: 57: The field of the invention relates to the reduction
of gassing in a lithium titanate cell, a method for the
preparation of electrodes leading to reduced
gassing, manufacturing of a titanate-based lithium
cell comprising such electrodes and the
manufactured electrochemical cell. The invention
provides a method for the preparation of an
electrode for a lithium titanate cell comprising the
use of fluorine acrylic hybrid latex for the preparation
of at least one electrode of an electrochemical cell.
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washed solids at a refining pH of about 4 or higher,
thereby generating pulp; and hydrolyzing the
hemicellulose to generate hemicellulosic
fermentable sugars.
21: 2015/02939 22: 10/3/2013 43: 5/25/2016
51: D21C; C07H
71: API INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY HOLDINGS,
LLC
72: RETSINA, THEODORA, PYLKKANEN, VESA,
RUTHERFORD, STEVEN
33: US 31: 14/044,784 32: 2013/10/02
33: US 31: 14/044,790 32: 2013/10/02
33: US 31: 61/709,960 32: 2012/10/04
33: US 31: 61/781,635 32: 2013/03/14
33: US 31: 61/842,356 32: 2013/07/02
54: PROCESSES FOR PRODUCING CELLULOSE
PULP, SUGARS, AND CO-PRODUCTS FROM
LIGNOCELLULOSIC BIOMASS
00: The GreenBox+ technology is suitable to extract
hemicellulose sugars prior to pulping of biomass into
pulp products. The revenue obtainable from the
sugar stream can significantly improve the
economics of a pulp and paper mill. An initial
extraction and recovery of sugars is followed by
production of a pulp product with similar or better
properties. Other co-products such as acetates and
furfural are also possible. Some variations provide a
process for co-producing pulp and hemicellulosic
sugars from biomass, comprising: digesting the
biomass in the presence of steam and/or hot water
to extract hemicellulose into a liquid phase; washing
the extracted solids, thereby generating a liquid
wash filtrate and washed solids; separating the liquid
wash filtrate from the washed solids; refining the
21: 2015/03008 22: 4/30/2015 43: 5/30/2016
51: B61F
71: AMSTED RAIL COMPANY, INC.
72: WIKE, Paul, Steven
33: US 31: 14/474,889 32: 2014/09/02
54: RAILWAY CAR TRUCK WITH FRICTION
DAMPING
00: A three piece railway freight truck is comprised of
two laterally spaced side frames between which a
bolster extends. Suspension load springs support
the bolster, and control springs support friction
shoes. Both variations of friction shoes have gaps
that will allow lateral movement of the friction shoes
across bolster or the friction shoes across the side
frame. The lateral movement is accomplished by
having a low friction material pad between the
friction shoe and wear plate that bears on the side
frame. The friction material low siding resistance
allows lateral displacement energy to be dissipated
over the lateral decoupling clearance.
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21: 2015/03248 22: 9/19/2013 43: 5/31/2016
51: H02G; H01R
71: DEHN + SÖHNE GMBH + CO. KG
72: GAVIC, MARIANNA, LANG, JOHANNA,
SEGER, SIEGFRIED, SCHÖLL, HELMUT
33: DE 31: 10 2012 021 588.6 32: 2012/10/26
33: DE 31: 10 2013 000 194.3 32: 2013/01/07
54: DEVICE FOR MAKING CONTACT WITH A
FIELD CONTROL LAYER OF AN INSULATED
DOWN CONDUCTOR IN EXTERNAL LIGHTNING
PROTECTION
00: The invention relates to a device for making contact
with a field control layer of an insulated down
conductor in external lightning protection, wherein
the insulated down conductor is guided at least over
a length section in the interior of a support body or a
support pipe, spaced apart therefrom, furthermore
with a conductive connecting element, which is
connected at one end to the field control layer and at
the other end to an equipotential bonding, and the
connecting element is in the interspace between the
insulated down conductor and the interior of the
support body or the support pipe or can be brought
into this interspace. In accordance with the
invention, the connecting element is formed
integrally and has a plurality of arms or fingers which
are under mechanical prestress or spring force and
which come to bear against the surface of the field
control layer, without damaging same.
51: C07K; A61K; C12N
71: ESBATECH, AN ALCON BIOMEDICAL
RESEARCH UNIT LLC
72: BORRAS, LEONARDO, URECH, DAVID
33: US 31: 61/075,692 32: 2008/06/25
33: US 31: 61/075,697 32: 2008/06/25
33: US 31: 61/155,041 32: 2009/02/24
33: US 31: 61/155,105 32: 2009/02/24
33: CH 31: 832/09 32: 2009/06/02
54: HUMANIZATION OF RABBIT ANTIBODIES
USING A UNIVERSAL ANTIBODY FRAMEWORK
00: The present invention relates to a universal antibody
acceptor framework and to methods for grafting nonhuman antibodies, e.g., rabbit antibodies, using a
universal antibody acceptor framework. Antibodies
generated by the methods of the invention are useful
in a variety of diagnostic and therapeutic
applications.
21: 2015/03313 22: 13/05/2015 43: 08/06/2016
51: C21C, F27D
71: SMS SIEMAG AG
72: Hendrik BLOM, Prof. Dr. Katharina MORIK, Dr.
Hans-Jürgen ODENTHAL, Jochen SCHLÜTER,
Norbert UEBBER
33: DE 31: 10 2012 224 184.1 32: 2012/12/21
21: 2015/03267 22: 6/25/2009 43: 5/16/2016
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54: METHOD AND DEVICE FOR PREDICTING,
CONTROLLING AND/OR REGULATING
STEELWORKS PROCESSES
00: 57: The present invention relates to a method for
predicting, controlling and/or regulating steelworks
processes, comprising the steps of monitoring at
least two input variables related to a target variable,
determining the relationship between the at least two
input variables and at least one target variable by
means of regression analysis or classification
methods, and using the determined target variable
for predicting, controlling and/or regulating the
steelworks process.
21: 2015/03314 22: 13/05/2015 43: 09/06/2016
51: B01F, C09K
71: ABENGOA SOLAR NEW TECHNOLOGIES,
S.A.
72: Cristina PRIETO RIOS, Miguel Ángel CRUZ
ROMERO, Miguel TRIGUEROS GONZÁLES,
Hipólito LOBATO SÁNCHEZ, Salvador
VALENZUELA RUBIO
33: ES 31: P201201195 32: 2012/11/30
54: PORTABLE MIXING PLATFORM FOR
PRODUCING A HEAT-TRANSFER FLUID AND
METHOD FOR PRODUCING SAME
00: 57: The invention relates to a portable mixing
platform for producing a heat-transfer fluid on site
and on an industrial scale, said fluid consisting of a
eutectic mixture of diphenyl (DP) and diphenyl oxide
(DPO). The platform includes a device that stores
DPO in a liquid state, a device for supplying DP in a
solid state, a mixing device in which both
components are mixed in a liquid state and in the
right amount for forming a eutectic mixture, and a
device for inerting and treating gases which
maintains the DPO and mixing devices under an
inert atmosphere, as well as drawing the gases
vented from both devices in order to pass said gases
through an activated-carbon filter prior to expelling
same into the atmosphere. The present invention
also relates to the method for producing the eutectic
mixture of DP and DPO using the described portable
mixing platform.
21: 2015/03372 22: 11/8/2013 43: 5/25/2016
51: C07D; C07C; A61P; A61K
71: RUTGERS, THE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW
JERSEY, TAXIS PHARMACEUTICALS, INC.
72: LAVOIE, EDMOND J, PARHI, AJIT, PILCH,
DANIEL S, ZHANG, YONGZHENG, KAUL,
MALVIKA
33: US 31: 61/724,182 32: 2012/11/08
54: ANTIMICROBIAL AGENTS
00: The invention provides compounds of formula (I):
wherein R1-R3, n, and W have any of the values
defined in the specification, and salts thereof. The
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compounds have good solubility and are useful for
treating bacterial infections.
21: 2015/03376 22: 5/14/2015 43: 5/10/2016
51: C12Q
71: Institut De Recherche Pour Le Developpement
(IRD)
72: PEETERS, Martine, ETIENNE, Lucie
33: EP(FR) 31: 12192087.0 32: 2012/11/09
54: TOOLS AND METHOD FOR THE DETECTION
AND QUANTIFICATION OF GENETICALLY
DIVERSE HIV-1,SIVCPZ AND SIV GOR VIRUSES
00: The invention relates to the oligonucleotide of
sequence SEQ ID N°1: 5'- CTAGAGATCCCTCAGA
- 3 ', and the complementary sequence thereof of
sequence SEQ ID N° 2: 5 '- TCTGAGGGATCTCT
AG - 3 ' useful as probes to detect and quantify all
HIV-1 circulating forms and their precursors
SIVcpz/SIVgor.
21: 2015/03444 22: 5/18/2015 43: 6/13/2016
51: H04L
71: HERO TELECOMS (PTY) LTD
72: DEVINE, James Joseph
33: ZA 31: 2014/01278 32: 2014/02/20
54: ROUTING OF INTERNET DATA
00: -
A method of allocating Internet bandwidth to Internet
breakout points, the method including defining a
Virtual Bandwidth Pool (VBP) between a plurality of
interconnected Internet Breakout Points (IBoP), the
VBP comprising the sum of Internet bandwidth that
is available in a predefined network area via
interconnections and controlling bandwidth
availability to each IBoP in the VBP by routing
Internet traffic through the available
interconnections.
21: 2015/03712 22: 12/17/2013 43: 5/3/2016
51: G03G
71: LEXMARK INTERNATIONAL, INC.
72: LEEMHUIS, MICHAEL CRAIG, ABLER,
JEFFREY ALAN, STEINBERG, DANIEL THOMAS
33: US 31: 13/717,908 32: 2012/12/18
33: US 31: 14/013,457 32: 2013/08/29
54: REPLACEABLE UNIT FOR AN IMAGE
FORMING DEVICE HAVING A FALLING PADDLE
FOR TONER LEVEL SENSING
00: A replaceable unit for an electrophotographic image
forming device according to one example
embodiment includes a housing having an inner
volume forming a reservoir for storing toner. A
rotatable shaft is positioned within the reservoir. A
paddle is mounted on the shaft and rotatable
independent of the shaft. A driving member is
rotatable with the shaft and positioned to push the
paddle when the shaft rotates. The paddle is free to
fall ahead of the driving member. The paddle
includes a magnetic element rotatable with the
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paddle and detectable by a magnetic sensor when
the replaceable unit is installed in the image forming
device for detecting the motion of the paddle.
shoe (23). The outer lateral surfaces of the ribs are
finished surfaces (19) and that the opposite inner
surfaces (27) of each of the slide shoes (23) is
laterally rigidly supported by the corresponding outer
lateral surfaces (19) of the respective one of said
ribs (17) so that each rib laterally rigidly supports the
respective one of said slide shoes (23).
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51: F16K
71: AVK Holding A/S
72: WINTHER, Thomas
33: EP(DK) 31: 12198999.0 32: 2012/12/21
54: VALVE WEDGE FOR A SLIDE VALVE
00: Valve wedge (11) for a slide valve (1) comprising a
rough cast metal wedge core (13) encapsulated in,
i.e. coated with, a soft seal encapsulation (50) and
having two guide members (20) projecting
transversely in opposite directions. Each of the guide
members (20) comprises a sideways projecting rib
(17) of said rough cast wedge core and a
prefabricated wear and corrosion-resistant slide
shoe arranged thereon, each rib (17) comprises
laterally opposite lateral surfaces (19) and each
shoe comprises two opposite lateral walls (22) with
inner surfaces (27). Each shoe (23) is fixedly
vulcanized to the respective one of the ribs (17) by
means of soft seal encapsulation (50) present
between the rough cast wedge core (13) and the
21: 2015/03750 22: 5/26/2015 43: 6/14/2016
51: F16L, B65D
71: RODRÍGUES PEREIRA, Eduardo Henrique
72: RODRÍGUES PEREIRA, Eduardo Henrique
33: PT 31: 106674 32: 2012/11/27
54: MULTIPURPOSE DOUBLE LATCH
ADJUSTABLE BUNDLE TIE
00: The present invention relates to reusable bundle tie
devices, comprising a strap (1) with transversal knurl
teeth (11), associated with an enclosement buckle
with an upper top (4) elevated from the strap leading
end (2) by a solid state side wall (3), forming a
longitudinal channel (12) and aperture for
transversal docking and undocking of the strap
middle part by cross slipping over the tooth unit (7).
The enclosement flap (6) linked to the leading end
(2) by a flexible state reduced portion (5) locks the
buckle by means Of one top latch between two cam
locks (19 and 20) contiguous to each stopper (13
and 14) and one bottom latch between two cam
locks (17 and 18) that replace the flexible portion (5)
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during enclosement. This enclosement buckle is
opposite to the tail end (8), comprising a suspension
hook (9) or slot (10).
21: 2015/03808 22: 5/27/2015 43: 5/17/2016
51: A61K, A61P
71: PIERRE FABRE MEDICAMENT
72: CAUBERE, Jean-Paul, LANTOINE-ADAM,
Frédérique
33: FR 31: 1261291 32: 2012/11/27
54: USE OF A DHA ESTER FOR PROPHYLACTIC
AND/OR CURATIVE TREATMENT OF
DREPANOCYTOSIS
00: The present invention relates to a docosahexaenoic
acid ester including an alcohol selected from among
the group made up of nicotinol, panthenol, inositol,
isosorbide, and isosorbide mononitrate, or one of the
pharmaceutically acceptable salts, enantiomers,
diastereoisomers, or mixtures thereof, including
racemic mixtures, for the use thereof as a drug for
the prophylactic and/or curative treatment of
drepanocytosis.
21: 2015/03952 22: 6/2/2015 43: 5/12/2016
51: C08F, C08J
71: Eiffage Travaux Publics
72: KRAFFT, Serge, LOUP, Frédéric
33: FR 31: 12/03304 32: 2012/12/05
54: BITUMINOUS COMPOSITION IN THE FORM
OF GRANULES AND METHOD FOR PREPARING
SAME
00: The invention concerns a bituminous composition in
the form of granules, each granule comprising a core
and a coating and having a mass for approximately
one hundred particles of between 0.5 g to 2 g, the
core comprising 40% to 60% by weight of a binder
matrix; 30% to 40% by weight of a polymer; 4% to
6% by weight of a compatibilising agent; and 2% to
15% by weight of an anti-adhesive filler; and the
coating comprising an anti-sticking agent. The
invention also concerns the method for preparing
said composition and the use of same in bitumen
plants.
21: 2015/03962 22: 6/3/2015 43: 2/10/2016
51: C22B
71: SHME PATENTS (PTY) LTD
72: ROSSLE, Max Wilhelm; DU TOIT, Roedolf;
FLANAGAN, Terence Neil Kevin
33: ZA 31: 2014/03771 32: 2014/05/23
54: FINES BINDING PROCESS AND BINDING
COMPOSITION THEREOF
00: The invention provides a method of agglomerating a
fines material, the method includes the steps of:
mixing the fines material with a binding composition,
comprising a cementious material and bentonite, to
form a fines mixture; adding water to the fines
mixture to produce a wet fines mixture; introducing
the wet fines mixture as an input to an extruder; and
extruding the wet fines mixture from the extruder as
an agglomerated product.
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the GLP-1 receptor and the glucagon receptor,
compared to native oxyntomodulin. The
oxyntomodulin analog induces the expansion of
beta-cells and increases insulin secretion, thereby
reducing blood glucose levels that were increased
due to a high-calorie and high-fat diet. The
oxyntomodulin analog induces decreases in body
weight and diet intake to improve insulin sensitivity
and allow blood glucose levels, which are not
controlled due to insulin resistance, to be maintained
at normal levels. Thus, the oxyntomodulin analog
can be effectively used to prevent or treat of
diabetes and related diseases.
21: 2015/03999 22: 6/4/2015 43: 5/12/2016
51: A61K A61P C07K
71: HANMI PHARM. CO., LTD.
72: KIM, Jin sun, KIM, Dae Jin, LEE, Sang Hyun,
JUNG, Sung Youb, KWON, Se Chang
33: KR 31: 10-2012-0124724 32: 2012/11/06
54: A COMPOSITION FOR TREATING DIABETES
OR DIABESITY COMPRISING OXYNTOMODULIN
ANALOG
00: The present invention relates to a composition for
preventing or treating diabetes, disbesity or diabetic
complications, comprising an oxyntomodulin analog
as an active ingredient. The invention also relates to
a method for treating diabetes, diabesity or diabetic
complications, comprising administering a
pharmaceutically effective amount of an
oxyntomodulin analog to a subject. The
oxyntomodulin analog has a high ability to activate
21: 2015/04026. 22: 6/4/2015. 43: 2/19/2016
51: A61K
71: ANTONY, Benny
72: ANTONY, Benny
33: India 31: 4565/CHE/2013 32: 2013-10-08
54: A MEDICINAL COMPOSITION OF EXTRACT
OF SEED OF EMBLICA OFFICINALIS AND
METHOD OF PREPARING THE SAME
00: A composition having an extract of seed of Emblica
officinalis. Methods of preparing extract of seed of
Emblica officinalis. An amla seed blend composition
having various ratios of extracts of seeds of Emblica
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officinalis. Nutraceutical or pharmaceutical methods
for decreasing the total cholesterol, decreasing
triglyceride, decreasing blood glucose level,
enhancing HDL-C levels, increasing the HDL-C level
to total cholesterol ratio, lowering LDL- C levels,
decreasing the CRP level, decreasing the intima
media thickening, reducing hair fall in mammals
especially human beings. The extract of seed of
Emblica officinalis, or the amla seed blend
composition is more effective compared to extracts
prepared from fruits of Emblica officinalis.
21: 2015/04219 22: 11/06/2015 43: 24/05/2016
51: B28B
71: CHINA UNIVERSITY OF MINING AND
TECHNOLOGY
72: Hongmin SHEN, Quanlin SHI, Yuwei JIA, Chao
ZHU, Fanglei LI, Yi LU, Botao QIN
33: CN 31: 201310553233.X 32: 2013/11/08
54: MINE FOAM SLURRY MIXER
00: 57: A mine foam slurry mixer, comprising a mixer
casing (7) and a hollow screw rod (5) installed inside
the mixer casing (7); the mixer casing (7) is provided
with a gas-liquid two-phase foam inlet (1) at the front
end thereof, a slurry inlet (2) at the lower end
thereof, and a manual valve (15) and a foam slurry
outlet (16) at the rear end thereof; the hollow screw
rod is provided with a front-end bearing (3) at the
front end thereof, and a rear-end bearing (13) at the
rear end thereof; the front-end bearing and the rearend bearing are fixed to the inner side of the mixer
casing respectively casing respectively via support
arms (14); the hollow screw rod is a hollow rod, and
has a plurality of screw-shaped blades uniformly
welded thereon, and a plurality of flow guide
openings (8) are uniformly arranged along the rod
body; a plurality of power blades are installed at the
front portion of the hollow screw rod facing the gasliquid two-phase foam inlet, the installation angle of
the power blades being 30-40°. The mixer has a low
defoaming rate and high foam mixing quality, and
can continuously produce a large flow of foam slurry.
21: 2015/04349 22: 17/06/2015 43: 20/05/2016
51: G21C
71: SHANGHAI NUCLEAR ENGINEERING
RESEARCH & DESIGN INSTITUTE and STATE
NUCLEAR POWER TECHNOLOGY
CORPORATION LTD.
72: Fan YU, Weida YAO, Wei ZHANG, Qing YU,
Ming ZHANG, Zonghua DING, Yejia LIANG,
Shaoxuan LIN
33: CN 31: 201310005584.7 32: 2013/01/08
54: FLOW ALLOCATION APPARATUS, LOWER
REACTOR INTERNAL OF REACTOR, AND
REACTOR
00: 57: A flow allocation apparatus (3), a lower reactor
internal (100) of a reactor, and a reactor. The lower
reactor internal (100) of a reactor comprises a
reactor core support lower plate (2) with a coolant
hole, a flow allocation apparatus (3), an eddy-current
confinement plate (7), a support column (4), an antibreakage bottom plate (6) and an energy absorption
apparatus (5). The flow allocation apparatus (3) is
mounted on the bottom surface of the reactor core
support lower plate (2) and comprises an allocation
ring plate (8) and an allocation bottom plate (9)
mounted at the lower end of the allocation ring plate
(8). The allocation ring plate (8) and the allocation
bottom plate (9) are respectively provided with
allocation holes (12). The eddy-current confinement
plate (7) is arranged beneath the allocation bottom
plate (9), the upper end of the support column (4) is
connected to the reactor core support lower plate
(2), and the lower end of the support column (4)
penetrates through the allocation bottom plate (9)
and then is connected to the eddy-current
confinement plate (7). The anti-breakage bottom
plate (6) is arranged beneath the eddy-current
confinement plate (7), the upper end of the energy
absorption apparatus (5) is connected to the eddycurrent confinement plate (7), and the anti-breakage
bottom plate (6) is mounted at the lower end of the
energy absorption apparatus (5). The flow allocation
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apparatus (3) of the lower reactor internal (100) of
the reactor is simple in structure, uniform in flow
allocation, in resistance to coolants, and convenient
in maintenance and replacement.
21: 2015/04349 22: 17/06/2015. 43: 20/05/2016
51: G21C
71: SHANGHAI NUCLEAR ENGINEERING
RESEARCH & DESIGN INSTITUTE and STATE
NUCLEAR POWER TECHNOLOGY
CORPORATION LTD.
72: Fan YU, Weida YAO, Wei ZHANG, Qing YU,
Ming ZHANG, Zonghua DING, Yejia LIANG,
Shaoxuan LIN
33: CN 31: 201310005584.7 32: 2013/01/08
54: FLOW ALLOCATION APPARATUS, LOWER
REACTOR INTERNAL OF REACTOR, AND
REACTOR
00: 57: A flow allocation apparatus (3), a lower reactor
internal (100) of a reactor, and a reactor. The lower
reactor internal (100) of a reactor comprises a
reactor core support lower plate (2) with a coolant
hole, a flow allocation apparatus (3), an eddy-current
confinement plate (7), a support column (4), an antibreakage bottom plate (6) and an energy absorption
apparatus (5). The flow allocation apparatus (3) is
mounted on the bottom surface of the reactor core
support lower plate (2) and comprises an allocation
ring plate (8) and an allocation bottom plate (9)
mounted at the lower end of the allocation ring plate
(8). The allocation ring plate (8) and the allocation
bottom plate (9) are respectively provided with
allocation holes (12). The eddy-current confinement
plate (7) is arranged beneath the allocation bottom
plate (9), the upper end of the support column (4) is
connected to the reactor core support lower plate
(2), and the lower end of the support column (4)
penetrates through the allocation bottom plate (9)
and then is connected to the eddy-current
confinement plate (7). The anti-breakage bottom
plate (6) is arranged beneath the eddy-current
confinement plate (7), the upper end of the energy
absorption apparatus (5) is connected to the eddycurrent confinement plate (7), and the anti-breakage
bottom plate (6) is mounted at the lower end of the
energy absorption apparatus (5). The flow allocation
apparatus (3) of the lower reactor internal (100) of
the reactor is simple in structure, uniform in flow
allocation, in resistance to coolants, and convenient
in maintenance and replacement.
21: 2015/04353 22: 6/17/2015 43: 5/30/2016
51: C08G A61K C08J C08L
71: SCHIEKER, Matthias
72: SCHIEKER, Matthias, WIESE, Hinrich, MOLL,
Uta
33: DE 31: 10 2012 223 416.0 32: 2012/12/17
54: CHAIN-EXTENDING POLOXAMERS,
THERMOREVERSIBLE HYDROGELS FORMED
BY THEM WHICH INCLUDE BIOLOGICAL
MATERIALS, AND MEDICINAL APPLICATIONS
OF SAME
00: In accordance with the invention, there are provided
thermoreversible hydrogels which are made of
chain-extending poloxamers and which have
advantageous properties. Moreover, the invention
provides thermoreversible hydrogels which include
biological materials, and a method for making them,
thermoreversible hydrogels which include live cells,
application systems for pharmaceutical applications,
and an in-vitro method for forming a composition on
a surface.
21: 2015/04402 22: 6/18/2015 43: 5/20/2016
51: E21F E04H
71: CHINA SHENHUA ENERGY COMPANY
LIMITED
72: GU, Dazhao
33: CN 31: 201220617405.6 32: 2012/11/20
54: OPENCAST COAL MINE UNDERGROUND
WATER RESERVOIR
00: An opencast coal mine underground water reservoir
comprising an impermeable layer and, provided
below the impermeable layer, a water storage space
and a purification layer. The water storage space
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comprises a first water storage space and a second
water storage space. The purification layer
comprises a first purification layer and a second
purification layer. The first purification layer is
provided horizontally in the first water storage space
and divides the water storage space into the first
water storage space and the second water storage
space. The first water storage space is provided
below the impermeable layer and between same
and the first purification layer. The second water
storage space is provided below the first water
storage space and the bottom of the second water
storage space is provided at the bottom of the
opencast coal mine underground water reservoir.
The second purification layer is provided vertically
within the second water storage space. The present
invention, by constructing the opencast coal mine
underground water reservoir, prevents wastage of
water resource produced during a coal mining
process, and, by providing the purification layer in
the opencast coal mining underground water
reservoir, implements repeated purification of water,
prevents environmental pollution, and implements a
water conservation mining policy during the coal
mining process.
21: 2015/04403 22: 6/18/2015 43: 5/20/2016
51: B41J
71: Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P.
72: GE, Ning, TORGERSON, Joseph M.,
LEONARD, Patrick
54: FLUID EJECTION DEVICE WITH
INTEGRATED INK LEVEL SENSOR
00: -
In an embodiment, a fluid ejection device includes
an ink slot formed in a printhead die. The fluid
ejection device also includes a printhead-integrated
ink level sensor (PILS) to sense an ink level of a
chamber in fluid communication with the slot, and a
clearing resistor circuit disposed within the chamber
to clear the chamber of ink.
21: 2015/04409 22: 12/29/2010 43: 5/12/2016
51: C07F; C08F; C08G
71: CHEVRON PHILLIPS CHEMICAL COMPANY
LP
72: SYDORA, ORSON L, CARNEY, MICHAEL,
SMALL, BROOKE L, HUTCHISON, STEVEN, GEE,
JEFFERY C
33: US 31: 61/291,459 32: 2009/12/31
54: PHOSPHINYL AMIDINE COMPOUNDS,
METAL COMPLEXES, CATALYST SYSTEMS,
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AND THEIR USE TO OLIGOMERIZE OR
POLYMERIZE OLEFINS
00: N2-phosphinyl amidine compounds, N2-phosphinyl
amidinates, N2-phosphinyl amidine metal salt
complexes, N2-phosphinyl amidinate metal salt
complexes are described. Methods for making N2phosphinyl amidine compounds, N2-phosphinyl
amidinates, N2-phosphinyl amidine metal salt
complexes, and N2-phosphinyl amidinate metal salt
complexes are also disclosed. Catalyst systems
utilizing the N2-phosphinyl amidine metal salt
complexes and N2-phosphinyl amidinate metal salt
complexes are also disclosed along with the use of
the N2-phosphinyl amidine compounds, N2phosphinyl amidinates, N2-phosphinyl amidine metal
salt complexes, and N2-phosphinyl amidinate metal
salt complexes for the oligomerization and/or
polymerization of olefins.
21: 2015/04419 22: 6/19/2015 43: 5/27/2016
51: B60S, B65D, E04B, E04H
71: DE WAAL, Karel Jacobus Petrus
72: DE WAAL, Karel Jacobus Petrus
54: PORTABLE VEHICLE SERVICE STATION
AND METHOD OF CONVERTING A BULK
TRANSPORTATION CONTAINER INTO A
VEHICLE SERVICE STATION
00: The invention is for a portable vehicle service station
10 which is in the form of a modified bulk
transportation container 12. An opening 36 is
provided in the sidewall of the container 12 through
which a vehicle to be serviced can be driven at least
partway into the container 12. A support structure 40
is connected to the container 12 and defines an
elevated vehicle support which is in register with the
opening 36. The support structure 40 extends
inwardly into the container 12 from the opening 36
and is configured to support at least a portion of the
vehicle received in the container 12 at an elevated
position to facilitate access to the underside of the
vehicle. A ramp arrangement 42, 44 is
mounted/mountable in register with the support
structure 40. The invention describes a method of
converting the container 12 into a portable vehicle
service station 10.
21: 2015/04437 22: 6/19/2015 43: 5/10/2016
51: C07D
71: Pfizer Inc.
72: EDWARDS, Martin Paul, KUMPF, Robert Arnold,
KUNG, Pei-Pei, MCALPINE, Indrawan James,
NINKOVIC, Sacha, RUI, Eugene Yuanjin, SUTTON,
Scott Channing, TATLOCK, John Howard,
WYTHES, Martin James, ZEHNDER, Luke
Raymond
33: US 31: 61/740,596 32: 2012/12/21
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54: ARYL AND HETEROARYL FUSED LACTAMS
00: -
21: 2015/04473 22: 6/22/2015 43: 5/19/2016
51: H04J
71: Tsinghua University
72: YAO, Zheng, LU, Mingquan
33: CN 31: 201210484613.8 32: 2012/11/23
54: CONSTANT ENVELOPE SIGNAL
GENERATION METHOD AND DEVICE, AND
RECEIVING METHOD AND DEVICE FOR
DOUBLE-FREQUENCY FOUR-COMPONENT
SPREAD SPECTRUM SIGNALS
00: -
21: 2015/04530 22: 23/06/2015 43: 08/06/2016
51: H01M
71: ALEVO RESEARCH AG
72: Claus DAMBACH, Christian PSZOLLA, Laurent
ZINCK
33: - 31: - 32: -
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54: ELECTROLYTE FOR AN
ELECTROCHEMICAL BATTERY CELL AND
BATTERY CELL CONTAINING THE
ELECTROLYTE
00: 57: The invention relates to an electrolyte for an
electrochemical battery cell, containing sulfur dioxide
and a conductive salt. Improved characteristics of a
cell filled with the electrolyte are achieved by the
molar concentration of hydroxide groups in the
electrolyte being at most 50 mmol per liter and the
molar concentration of chlorosulfonate groups in the
electrolyte being at most 350 mmol per liter.
21: 2015/04537 22: 6/23/2015 43: 5/27/2016
51: A61K, A61P, C07K
71: REGENERON PHARMACEUTICALS, INC.
72: WIEGAND, Stanley, J., LOBOV, Ivan, B.
33: US 31: 61/750,437 32: 2013/01/09
33: US 31: 61/909,421 32: 2013/11/27
33: US 31: 61/863,452 32: 2013/08/08
54: ANTI-PDGFR-beta ANTIBODIES AND USES
THEREOF
00: -
The present invention provides antibodies that bind
to platelet derived growth factor receptor beta
(PDGFR-beta) and methods of using the same.
According to certain embodiments of the invention,
the antibodies are fully human antibodies that bind to
human PDGFR-beta with high affinity. The
antibodies of the invention are useful for the
treatment of diseases and disorders associated with
PDGFR-beta signaling and/or PDGFR-beta cellular
expression, such as ocular diseases, fibrotic
diseases, vascular diseases and cancer.
21: 2015/04631 22: 6/25/2015 43: 5/31/2016
51: C07C, C08L, C09K, C11D
71: SASOL GERMANY GmbH
72: KOCH, Herbert, NAPIERALA, Heinz, JAKOBSSAUTER, Britta, ENNEKING, Meinolf,
KALTWASSER, Uwe
33: DE 31: 102013100789.9 32: 2013/01/25
54: HIGHLY CONCENTRATED, WATER-FREE
AMINE SALTS OF HYDROCARBON
ALKOXYSULFATES AND USE AND METHOD
USING AQUEOUS DILUTIONS OF THE SAME
00: The present invention relates to highly concentrated,
water-free amine salts of hydrocarbon
polyalkoxysulfates, wherein the salts are selected
from the group of substituted amines, preferably
alkanolamines. The products obtained have a low
viscosity and are pumpable at room temperature.
Owing to the absence of water, the salts are highly
hydrolysis-stable, even at high temperatures. The
invention further relates to the use of the
compositions according to the invention diluted in
water for use in mineral oil deposits with the aim of
achieving an improved oil recovery or for the
recovery of hydrocarbons from tar sands or other
surfaces or materials provided with hydrocarbons.
21: 2015/04632 22: 6/25/2015 43: 5/18/2016
51: G01R
71: GUO, Chunping
72: GUO, Chunping
33: CH 31: 201210578705.2 32: 2012/12/26
54: COAL MINE REMOTE LEAKAGE TEST
METHOD AND DEVICE
00: Provided are a coal mine remote leakage test
method and device. The remote leakage test method
comprises the steps of: mounting and connecting a
leakage test device (3) at the position of a control
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switch (2) located at the farthest end of a coal mine
power line (5); a leakage detection protection device
(1) connecting the leakage test device (3) via the
coal mine power line (5) and providing same with a
detection circuit for detecting whether remote
leakage has occurred; generating a grounding
current flowing through the coal mine power line (5)
by controlling the grounding of the leakage test
device (3); the leakage detection protection device
(1) detecting the grounding current, and enabling a
leakage protection relay (KA) to operate, so as to cut
off the coal mine power line (5); and detecting the
coal mine power line (5) or manually observing an
indication lamp (HL), so as to determine whether the
remote leakage test is successful. The coal mine
remote leakage test device and method are safe,
convenient and time-saving.
21: 2015/04642 22: 6/26/2015 43: 5/20/2016
51: H04B
71: ALTRON TMT (PROPRIETARY) LIMITED
72: SCHOEMAN, Erich, GROENEWALD, Barend
Stephanus, MORGAN, Adrian Howard Wynne
33: ZA 31: 2014/02692 32: 2014/03/26
54: A SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR OPTIMIZING
POWER EFFICIENCY IN A RECEIVER DEVICE
00: A system and method for optimizing energy
efficiency of a receiver device on a wireless
communications network. The system includes a
sender device, operable to transmit a signal to a
receiver device during an awake state of the
receiver, the signal comprising a transmission
initiating preamble and a predetermined number of
batches, the batches including predetermined
number of frames; a receiver device, for a receiving
transmitted signal, the receiver being cyclable
between an awake state and a sleep state, the
receiver being operable to awaken from a sleep
state for a predetermined awake period being
shorter relative to sleep periods. The receiver is
operable to detect the preamble during the wake
period and upon initiation of a transmission cycle,
resume the sleep state waking only at
predetermined frame of interest of batch to retrieve a
message.
21: 2015/04648 22: 6/26/2015 43: 5/20/2016
51: F16L
71: Oetiker Schweiz AG
72: KENWRIGHT, Eric Thomas
54: EAR CLAMP
00: The invention relates to an open ear clamp
comprising a clamping device in the form of a socalled Oetiker ear (12). In order to make the
installation of the clamp on a pipe (20) easier, the
clamp is pre-deformed beforehand, for example in
the course of production, to such an extent that the
clamp surrounds the pipe (20) for which the clamp is
intended without play. Because of the elasticity
produced in the clamp by this pre-deformation, the
clamp still can be moved effortlessly to the
installation location on the pipe (20) and yet is
retained there in the position of the clamp and in the
desired orientation.
21: 2015/04651 22: 6/26/2015 43: 5/20/2016
51: C08J, C08K
71: Akzo Nobel Chemicals International B.V.
72: STEENSMA, Maria, REIJNDERS, Johannes
Martinus Gerardus Maria, ZUIJDERDUIN, Albert
Roland, GOMES SANTANA, Susana, TALMA, Auke
Gerardus
33: EP(NL) 31: 13153074.3 32: 2013/01/29
54: PROCESS FOR PREPARING A FIBERREINFORCED COMPOSITE MATERIAL
00: -
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Process for the preparation of a fibre-reinforced
composite material comprising the step of contacting
(i) a radically curable resin, (ii) fibres with a total
water content of 0.5-20 wt%, based on the total
weight of fibres, (iii) at least one transition metal
compound selected from manganese, iron, and
copper compounds, and (iv) a peroxide.
21: 2015/04653 22: 6/26/2015 43: 5/20/2016
51: H02S
71: SunPower Corporation
72: AGULLO, Vicent Ripoll
33: US 31: 13/730,648 32: 2012/12/28
54: SUPPORT FOR SOLAR ENERGY
COLLECTION
00: A solar energy collection system can include support
devices made with bearings. Such bearings can
include an inner partially toroidal surface for sliding
contact and support of an outer surface of a torque
tube. The toroidal surface can be made with a single
radius of curvature or multiple radiuses of curvature
and cylindrical portions. The bearings can include
connectors for connecting the bearing members to a
support housing. The connectors can be tool-less
connectors.
21: 2015/04697 22: 6/29/2015 43: 5/24/2016
51: C07K
71: REGENERON PHARMACEUTICALS, INC.
72: RAFIQUE, Ashique, SMITH, Eric, DAVIS,
Samuel, PATEL, Supriya
33: US 31: 61/759,578 32: 2013/02/01
54: ANTIBODIES COMPRISING CHIMERIC
CONSTANT DOMAINS
00: Antibodies, antigen-binding proteins and Fc-fusion
proteins that comprise recombinant polypeptides
containing a chimeric heavy chain constant region
sequence are provided that bind to certain Fc
receptors however have reduced effector functions.
Methods of making constructs for expression of such
chimeric Fc-containing antibodies, antigen-binding
proteins and Fc-fusion proteins in cell systems, and
methods of producing and isolating the chimeric Fccontaining proteins are provided.
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21: 2015/04720 22: 6/30/2015 43: 5/19/2016
51: A61G
71: SAAYMAN, Jacobus Hendrik
72: SAAYMAN, Jacobus Hendrik
33: ZA 31: 2012/09662 32: 2012/12/20
54: LIFTING DEVICE FOR DISABLED PERSON
00: The invention provides a lifting device (1) for transfer
of a paraplegic between seated positions. A post (3)
extends from a wheeled base (2) and movably
supports a head (5) for upwards and downwards
movement. A lifting arm arrangement (7) is pivotably
secured to the head (5). The head (5) is also
rotatable about the post (3) and the base (2)
movable between an expanded stabilizing condition
and a retracted condition. The latter condition allows
the lifting device (1) to fit through a standard width
doorway. Movement of the base (2) between these
conditions is effected by pivoting of the lifting arm
arrangement (7) into and out of a lateral supporting
position. The base (2) preferably includes five legs
(4) extending substantially radially from the post (3)
with two of the legs (4) foldable towards adjacent
legs (4). The head (5) includes an actuator in the
form of a rotatable handle (6a) provided for
movement relative to the post (3). The handle (6a) is
fitted to either of two protrusions for rotation of the
head (5) or for raising and lowering the head (5) on
the post (3). The handle (6a) is accessible to a
person supported by the lifting arm (7.1) so that the
lifting device (1) can be used without any assistance.
21: 2015/04723 22: 6/30/2015 43: 5/19/2016
51: E21F, F42B, F42D
71: IPTREE TRUST (TRUST NUMBER 503/2009)
72: BÜHRMANN, Rudolph, BÜHRMANN, Rudolph
Teodor
33: ZA 31: 2014/02472 32: 2014/04/03
54: TRANSPORT OF LIQUID EXPLOSIVES
00: The invention relates to apparatus for transport of
emulsion explosives to a sub-level, usually in a
mine. A conduit of plastics material is supported by
clamps spaced apart along its length and each
secured to at least two cables. The internal diameter
of the conduit selected to provide a suitable
emulsion flow rate. The conduit connects a supply at
an upper end to a tank at a lower end, with the lower
end open to the tank. The sections of conduit
between the clamps are oversized to accommodate
thermal effects on the plastics material. The conduit
is provided by lengths of pipe connected by heat
welding contiguous ends. A charging station
includes an emulsion pump connected to first branch
with a first valve and a pig release mechanism with a
flushing water source connected to a second branch
with a second valve that is interlocked wit the first
valve. A discharging station includes a pig actuated
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water drain valve and an opening mechanism for
removal of the pig.
21: 2015/04733 22: 7/1/2015 43: 5/18/2016
51: A47L
71: DClean Enterprise Co., Ltd.
72: CHENG, Chao-Wei
33: TW 31: 104206925 32: 2015/05/06
54: SPONGE MOP SPONGE MOUNTING
STRUCTURE
00: A sponge mop sponge mounting structure includes a
handle, a lever pivotally mounted at the handle, a
holder frame mounted at the bottom end of the
handle, a pull bar pivotally connected with its one
end to the lever, a connecting plate connected to the
opposite end of the pull bar, a presser plate pivotally
connected to each of two opposite lateral sides of
the connecting plate and providing a coupling hole,
and a sponge having two mounting plates located at
a top side thereof and respectively detachably
connected to the two presser plates. Each mounting
plate has a rotary knob located at a top wall thereof.
The rotary knobs of the two mounting plates are
respectively inserted through the coupling holes of
the presser plates and then rotated through an angle
to lock the mounting plates of the sponge to the
presser plates.
21: 2015/04734 22: 01/07/2015 43: 20/05/2016
51: A61F
71: FACET-LINK INC.
72: Klaus DMUSCHEWSKY
33: DE 31: 20 2012 011 958.3 32: 2012/12/14,
54: INTERVERTEBRAL CAGE EXPANDABLE
STEP-BY-STEP
00: 57: Intervertebral fusion implant for fusing two
adjacent vertebrae, comprising a base piece (2) and
a top piece (3), both of which are designed to come
to rest against a facing end plate of one of the
adjacent vertebrae. The top piece is vertically
adjustable relative to the base piece, a ratchet
device (4) being provided between the base piece
(2) and the top piece (3), said ratchet device causing
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a step-by-step vertical adjustment and preventing a
set height reduced due to restoring forces. Said
implant allows for a defined expansion according to
the number of actuations. The state of expansion
can be controlled with precision in a purely haptic
manner. Furthermore, the ratchet device allows the
implant to remain in the set expanded state.
21: 2015/04735 22: 7/1/2015 43: 5/5/2016
51: C12N A01H
71: ZALTSMAN, Adi
72: ZALTSMAN, Adi
33: US 31: 61/732,490 32: 2012/12/03
33: US 31: 61/858,218 32: 2013/07/25
54: PLANT SELF NITROGEN FIXATION BY
MIMICKING PROKARYOTIC PATHWAYS
00: A method for engineering a transgenic plant that
replicates the nitrogen fixation mechanism of
photosynthetic bacteria, such as cyanobacteria, or
that of other bacteria, by targeting to or expressing in
plant plastids bacterial nif (nitrogen fixation) genes is
provided. A method for reducing the overall
concentration of nitrogen in soil is provided using a
plant that replicates the nitrogen fixation mechanism
of photosynthetic bacteria. Progeny of a plant that
replicates the nitrogen fixation mechanism of
photosynthetic bacteria is also provided.
21: 2015/04745 22: 7/1/2015 43: 5/9/2016
51: B65B
71: Tama Plastic Industry
72: MASS, Nissim, LIOR, Tsafrir, INBAR, Matan
33: US 31: 13/734,428 32: 2013/01/04
54: METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR SECURING
BALED ITEMS
00: One embodiment of the present invention includes
an apparatus for securing a wrapping material
around an item, such as a baled agricultural item,
the apparatus including a main plate and at least
one projection, the projection including a heating
element and a height adjustment mechanism,
wherein the height adjustment mechanism controls a
force applied to the wrapping material by the
projection and provides a force for moving the
projection.
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21: 2015/04751 22: 01/07/2015 43: 30/05/2016
51: B29C, F16B
71: NEWPARK MATS & INTEGRATED SERVICES
LLC
72: ROGERS DONALD SCOTT and MCDOWELL
JAMES KERWIN
33: US 31: 61/748 818 32: 2013/01/04,
54: APPARATUS AND METHODS FOR
CONNECTING MATS
00: 57: An adjustable locking pin (10) for connecting at
least first (12) and second (14) overlapping mats
includes an elongated main body (30), an
elastomeric seal (80) extending around the periphery
of an enlarged head (40) of the main body (30) and
an elongated rotor (50) threadably engaged in a
bore (36) of the main body (30). The rotor (50) is
rotatable through at least two 360 degree revolutions
of rotation relative to the main body (30) and
includes a foot (66) at its bottom end (68). The
rotational adjustability of the rotor (50) allows the first
(12) and second (14) mats to be tightly held
together.
72: DELGADO CARMONA, SARA L., DE ZUTTER,
BAVO, BACKAERT, DIMITRI M.C.J.
33: US 31: 14/327,970 32: 2014/07/10
54: FOOD MAKER
00: Food maker has a body including a container for
holding a food mixture, the container having an open
top and an open bottom. A plunger having an open
top face and a closed bottom face is movable within
container. Plunger has an outer wall configured for
being received in container adjacent its inner
sidewall, and inner sidewall and outer sidewall
define an opening between each other. Opening
provides that a portion of food mixture flows
upwardly through opening past inner and outer
sidewalls as plunger moves downwardly. An
extruder nozzle is provided adjacent bottom of
container, has an inlet and outlet, so that food
mixture enters inlet and exits outlet as plunger
moves downwardly. A slidable plate is located under
outlet, so that food mixture exits outlet, is extruded
onto plate, slides plate away from outlet, and
extruded food is continually extruded evenly from
outlet and received on plate.
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51: A47J; B26D
71: DART INDUSTRIES INC.
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21: 2015/04768 22: 7/2/2015 43: 5/12/2016
51: A61F
71: CAUSSÉ, Benoît
72: CAUSSÉ, Benoît
33: FR 31: 12.62103 32: 2012/12/14
54: ORTHOPAEDIC DEVICE FOR A LOWER LIMB
OF A HUMAN, FOOTWEAR AND PROSTHESIS
PROVIDED WITH SUCH A DEVICE
00: The invention relates to an orthopaedic device for a
lower limb of a human, including: a front segment (2)
suitable for receiving the sole of a forepart; and a
rear segment (10) suitable for receiving the lower
surface of the heel, characterised in that: the front
segment and the rear segment consist of two
separate parts, the front segment and the rear
segment are connected by at least one resilient
upper arch (8) which extends above the front
segment and the rear segment, providing a recess
for receiving the foot, and is suitable for maintaining
the front segment and the rear segment in an
inoperative position, such as to enable a relative
movement of the front segment and the rear
segment relative to one another, from the
inoperative position, and to resiliently return said
segments to the inoperative position thereof.
21: 2015/04783 22: 7/2/2015 43: 5/5/2016
51: A61K, A61Q
71: L'Oreal
72: ROUDOT, Angelina, CANDAU, Didier,
LALLORET, Florence
33: FR 31: 1350485 32: 2013/01/21
33: FR 31: 1350495 32: 2013/01/21
54: COSMETIC OR DERMATOLOGICAL
COMPOSITION COMPRISING A MEROCYANINE
AND A UVA-SCREENING AGENT OF THE
AMINO-SUBSTITUTED 2HYDROXYBENZOPHENONE TYPE AND/OR A
HYDROPHILIC ORGANIC UVA-SCREENING
AGENT
00: -
21: 2015/04784 22: 02/07/2015 43: 25/05/2016
51: F03D
71: WOBBEN PROPERTIES GMBH
72: Jürgen STOLTENJOHANNES
33: DE 31: 10 2013 201 163.6 32: 2013/01/24
54: METHOD FOR MEASURING A ROTOR BLADE
ANGLE
00: 57: The invention relates to a method for detecting a
blade angle (2) of a rotor blade (16) of a rotor (10) a
wind turbine (1), involving the steps: arranging and
aligning a contactless measurement device (2) in
front of the wind turbine (1); aligning the wind turbine
(1) in its azimuth position in relation to the
measurement device (2); rotating the rotor (10) of
the wind turbine (1); scanning and detecting the
profile (26) of the rotor blade (16) or of a part thereof
at a pre-defined height by means of the contactless
measurement device (2); and determining the blade
angle (2) of the rotor blade (16) from the data
received when scanning the profile (26).
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21: 2015/04805 22: 7/3/2015 43: 5/12/2016
51: E21B
71: Halliburton Energy Services, Inc.
72: DAVIS, Nancy Suzan, BUTLER, Cody Neal
54: DIVERTING FLOW IN A DRILLING FLUID
CIRCULATION SYSTEM TO REGULATE
DRILLING FLUID PRESSURE
00: Diverting flow in a drilling fluid circulation system to
regulate drilling fluid pressure. A pump of a drilling
fluid pressure regulation system for a well bore can
discharge drilling fluid through discharge piping at
flow rate. A pressure control device has an inlet
connected to the discharge piping and an outlet
connected to bypass piping. A processor connected
to the pump and the pressure control device can
adjust the pressure control device to modify a
pressure of the drilling fluid by at least partially
opening the pressure control device and releasing
drilling fluid into the bypass piping at a selected flow
rate. The processor can modify the drilling fluid flow
rate in the discharge piping based on the pressure
represented by the pressure measurement signals
and the selected flow rate in the bypass piping such
that the target pressure parameter of the drilling fluid
in the discharge piping is satisfied.
21: 2015/04831 22: 7/3/2015 43: 5/10/2016
51: A47K, G06K, G06Q
71: PRIMEDIA (PTY) LTD
72: BOLON, Graham
33: ZA 31: 2014/03802 32: 2014/05/23
54: LOCATING A PRODUCT
00: This invention relates to a product locating system
10 and method. The system 10 comprises an
interactive display device 12 and a plurality of
indicators 14 being in communication with the
display device 12. The display device 12 is located
on a shelf 16 in a retail store and the indicators 14
are located at various locations on shelves 16 within
the store in relatively close proximity to the display
device 12 such to be visible from the display device
12. The display device 12 is adapted to display data
relating to a plurality of products 18 and to be
operated by a consumer attempting to locate one or
more specific products 18.
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assembling an initiation system away from a blasting
face area.
21: 2015/04841 22: 7/6/2015 43: 5/12/2016
51: F42B F42D
71: MASTER BLASTER PROPRIETARY LIMITED
72: DAVIS, Mark, Rodney
33: ZA 31: 2014/05697 32: 2014/07/22
54: INITIATING SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR
ATTACHING A STEMMING PLUG THERETO
00: The invention provides an initiation system which
includes an igniter, such as a Maxfire™ from Master
Blaster, a shock tube extending from the igniter, and
a stemming plug having an aperture therethrough
and which is threaded onto the shock tube by having
the shock tube passing through the aperture. Offcourse it will be understand by those skilled in the art
of this invention that the igniter need not be the
specific one shown and could be an electronic or
electrical igniter, the shock tube could be replaced
by an electrical wire, and the stemming plug could
be any stemming plug and not specifically the one
shown. The invention also provides a method of
21: 2015/04848 22: 7/6/2015 43: 5/5/2016
51: H03M
71: Sony Corporation
72: SHINOHARA, Yuji, YAMAMOTO, Makiko
33: JP 31: 2013-023881 32: 2013/02/08
54: DATA PROCESSING DEVICE AND DATA
PROCESSING METHOD
00: This technology pertains to a data processing device
and data processing method which are capable of
providing an LDPC code having a favorable error
rate. This LDPC encoder encodes at a code length
of 64,800 bits and at a 12/30, 13/30, 14/30, 15/30,
16/30 or 17/30 LDPC code rate. The LDPC code
contains information bits and parity bits, and a check
matrix (H) is configured from an information matrix
section corresponding to the information bits of the
LDPC code, and a parity matrix section
corresponding to the parity bits. The information
matrix section of the check matrix (H) is represented
by a check matrix initial value table expressing the
position of one element of the information matrix
section for each of 360 rows. This technology can be
applied in cases when conducting LDPC encoding
and LDPC decoding.
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The present invention provides for a portable water
treatment system and a method of providing potable
water at remote locations. The portable water
treatment system is powered by a source of
renewable energy and requires limited maintenance.
21: 2015/04852 22: 7/6/2015 43: 5/10/2016
51: D04H, E04B
71: Saint-Gobain Isover
72: TERAGAMI, Kenichiro
33: FR 31: 1350235 32: 2013/01/11
54: THERMAL INSULATION PRODUCT BASED
ON MINERAL WOOL AND METHOD OF
MANUFACTURING THE PRODUCT
00: The invention relates to a thermal insulation product
based on mineral wool comprising mineral fibres, the
product comprising two main faces and longitudinal
and transversal edges perpendicular to the main
faces, the product being characterized by the
following levels of orientation: - a longitudinal
orientation level greater than or equal to 48%, or
even greater than or equal to 50%, at an angle of
more or less 6° with respect to the plane of the main
faces, when the mineral fibres are counted up only in
longitudinal section, and - a mean orientation level
greater than or equal to 40%, or even greater than or
equal to 45%, at an angle or more or less 6° with
respect to the plane of the main faces, when the
mineral fibres are counted up both in cross section
and in longitudinal section. The invention makes it
possible to improve the insulating capability of a
thermal insulation product based on mineral wool
without increasing the thickness thereof.
21: 2015/04862 22: 7/6/2015 43: 5/19/2016
51: C02F
71: NOBLE WATER SOLUTIONS (PROPRIETARY)
LIMITED
72: PAXTON, KEVIN
54: PORTABLE WATER TREATMENT SYSTEM
AND METHOD FOR PROVIDING POTABLE
WATER
00: -
21: 2015/04886 22: 7/7/2015 43: 5/9/2016
51: A24F, A61M
71: PHILIP MORRIS PRODUCTS S.A.
72: MALGAT, Alexandre, CLEMENTS, Jeremy,
Peter, SILVESTRINI, Patrick-Charles
33: EP 31: 13159562.1 32: 2013/03/15
54: AEROSOL-GENERATING SYSTEM HAVING A
PIERCING ELEMENT
00: The present invention relates to an aerosolgenerating system (100) comprising: an aerosolgenerating device (102) in cooperation with an
aerosol-generating article (104). The article (104)
comprising: a first sealed compartment (106)
comprising a tubular porous element and a delivery
enhancing compound sorbed on the tubular porous
element; and a second compartment (108)
comprising a volatile liquid. The device comprising:
an outer housing (1 18) adapted to receive the
article (104); an elongate piercing member (120) for
piercing the first compartment (106) and the second
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compartment (108) of the article (104). The elongate
piercing member (120) comprises: a piercing portion
(122) adjacent a distal end of the elongate piercing
member; and a shaft portion (126); and an
obstructing portion (124) adjacent a proximal end of
the elongate piercing member. The piercing portion
(122) has a maximum diameter greater than the
diameter of the shaft portion (126), and the
obstructing portion (124) has an outer diameter such
that it fits within the tubular porous element of the
article (104) when the article (104) is received in the
device (102). The invention also relates to a
corresponding aerosol-generating device (102) and
aerosol-generating article (104).
21: 2015/04891 22: 7/8/2015 43: 5/18/2016
51: H04W
71: SAHDSOFT TECHNOLOGIES CC t/a ZOOM
CONNECT
72: SAHD, Curtis Lee, FOXCROFT, Terence Robert
54: METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR GENERATING
WEB CONTENT AND MAKING THE WEB
CONTENT AVAILABLE TO A RECIPIENT
00: A method and system for generating web content
and making the web content available to a recipient
on a recipient communication device are provided.
A remotely accessible server provides a web
interface and receives, via the web interface, from a
user communication device of a user, a selection of
content to be made available to a recipient. The
selection of content is used to generate and/or
populate a content providing website which is
associated with a uniform resource locator (URL).
The remotely accessible server receives a recipient
address which is associated with a recipient
communication device of the recipient, generates a
message which includes the URL associated with
the content providing website, and transmits the
message to the recipient communication device
using the recipient address. The recipient is capable
of accessing the content providing website to view
and/or interact with the content.
21: 2015/04892 22: 08/07/2015 43: 17/05/2016
51: G06F, G06N, G06Q
71: MUSIGMA BUSINESS SOLUTIONS PVT. LTD
72: Zubin DOWLATY, Bharat UPADRASTA,
Deepinder DHINGA, Gaurav JAIN
33: IN 31: 1879/CHE/2015 32: 2015/04/10
54: TEXT MINING SYSTEM AND TOOL
00: -
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57: A text mining system for extracting relevant text
from a plurality of input data sets is provided. The
text mining system includes an input interface
module configured to enable one or more users to
select a plurality of input data sets. The text mining
system also includes a text analysis module
configured to receive the plurality of input data sets
and to generate an output data set by analyzing the
plurality of input data sets. The text analysis module
includes a data handling module configured to
convert the plurality of input data sets to an analytics
text set. The text analysis module also includes an
exploratory analysis module configured to determine
a plurality of correlations within the analytics text set.
The text analysis module further includes a topic
modeling module configured to identify a plurality of
topics repeatedly occurring in the analytics text set
and a reporting module configured to generate
plurality of reports for the text analysis module. The
text mining system further includes memory circuitry
configured to store the plurality of input data sets,
the analytics text set and the output data set.
21: 2015/04892 22: 7/8/2015 43: 5/17/2016
51: G06F, G06N, G06Q
71: MUSIGMA BUSINESS SOLUTIONS PVT. LTD.
72: Gaurav JAIN, Deepinder DHINGRA, Zubin
DOWLATY, Bharat UPADRASTA
33: IN 31: 1879/CHE/2015 32: 2015/04/10
54: TEXT MINING SYSTEM AND TOOL
00: -
A text mining system for extracting relevant text from
a plurality of input data sets is provided. The text
mining system includes an input interface module
configured to enable one or more users to select a
plurality of sources for a plurality of input data sets.
The text mining system also includes a text analysis
module configured to receive the plurality of input
data sets and to generate an output data set by
analyzing the plurality of input data sets. The text
analysis module includes a data handling module
configured to convert the plurality of input data sets
to an analytics text set. The text analysis module
also includes an exploratory analysis module
configured to determine a plurality of correlations
within the analytics text set. The text analysis
module further includes a topic modeling module
configured to identify a plurality of topics repeatedly
occurring in the analytics text set and a reporting
module configured to generate a plurality of reports
for the text analysis module. The text mining system
further includes memory circuitry configured to store
the plurality of input data sets, the analytics text set
and the output data set.
21: 2015/04894 22: 7/8/2015 43: 5/10/2016
51: C09D C08L
71: ALLNEX AUSTRIA GMBH
72: TEMEL, Armin, SCHÖNBACHER, Thomas
33: EP 31: 13150599.2 32: 2013/01/09
54: PASTE RESIN
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00: The invention relates to a paste resin A which is a
mixture of at least two acrylic copolymer resins A,
wherein the acrylic copolymer resin A1 comprises at
least one basic acrylic comonomer, and the acrylic
copolymer resin A2 comprises at least one acidic
acrylic comonomer, and a method of use thereof for
formulating both water-borne and solvent-borne
tinted paints with a wide variety of pigments.
21: 2015/04899 22: 7/8/2015 43: 5/23/2016
51: B01D
71: Membrane Distillation Desalination Ltd. Co.
72: QTAISHAT, Mohammed Rasool, ALMUTTIRI,
Saad
33: US 31: 61/753,751 32: 2013/01/17
54: NOVEL TECHNIQUES FOR PREPARING
MULTI-LAYER POLYMERIC AND MIXED MATRIX
MEMBRANES AND A DEVICE FOR MEMBRANE
DISTILLATION
00: Provided is a method of manufacturing a multilayer
mixed matrix membrane which includes providing a
support layer, casting a hydrophilic layer on a
surface of the support layer, casting a hydrophobic
layer on the hydrophilic layer, and allowing the
layers to form a multilayer mixed matrix membrane.
Also provided is a method of manufacturing a hollow
fiber composite matrix membrane, which includes
providing a first solution having a hydrophilic
polymer, providing a second solution having a
hydrophobic polymer, and extruding the first and
second solutions to form a multilayer hollow fiber
composite matrix membrane. Additionally, a
plate~and-frame membrane module for direct
contact membrane distillation using a multilayer
mixed matrix membrane is provided. The plate-andframe membrane module includes a feed inlet
capable of distributing process solution throughout
the membrane module, a permeate inlet capable of
distributing process solution throughout the
membrane module, a tortuous promoter comprising
multiple flow channels, a feed outlet, and a permeate
outlet.
21: 2015/04901 22: 7/8/2015 43: 5/19/2016
51: C07D
71: Pacific Scientific Energetic Materials Company
72: FRONABARGER, John W., WILLIAMS, Michael
D., BRAGG, Jon G
33: US 31: 61/755,167 32: 2013/01/22
54: FACILE METHOD FOR PREPARATION OF 5NITROTETRAZOLATES USING A FLOW SYSTEM
00: Described are methods for preparing salts of 5nitrotetrazolate that include reacting aqueous
solutions of 5-aminotetrazole, an acid, and sodium
nitrite in a continuous flow system at an elevated
temperature. The method shows the advantages
over the methods based on cuprous salts as being
less expensive, copper-free and safe at a large
scale.
21: 2015/04902 22: 7/8/2015 43: 5/27/2016
51: A61K, A61P, C07D
71: The Regents of the University of Michigan
72: WANG, Shaomeng, CHEN, Jianfang,
MCEACHERN, Donna, BAI, Longchuan, LIU, Liu,
SUN, Duxin, LI, Xiaoqin, AGUILAR, Angelo
33: US 31: 61/753,066 32: 2013/01/16
54: BCL-2BCL-XL INHIBITORS AND
THERAPEUTIC METHODS USING THE SAME
00: Inhibitors of Bcl-2/Bcl-xL and compositions
containing the same are disclosed. Methods of using
the Bcl-2/Bcl-xL inhibitors in the treatment of
diseases and conditions wherein inhibition of Bcl2/Bcl-xL provides a benefit, like cancers, also are
disclosed.
21: 2015/04952 22: 7/9/2015 43: 5/12/2016
51: A61K, C07K, C12N, G01N
71: REGENERON PHARMACEUTICALS, INC.
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72: MACDONALD, Douglas, GURNETT-BANDER,
Anne, PEREZ-CABALLERO, David,
SIVAPALASINGAM, Sumathi, DUAN, Xunbao
33: US 31: 61/782,215 32: 2013/03/14
33: US 31: 61/911,093 32: 2013/12/03
54: HUMAN ANTIBODIES TO RESPIRATORY
SYNCYTIAL VIRUS F PROTEIN AND METHODS
OF USE THEREOF
00: The present invention provides fully human
antibodies that bind to respiratory syncytial virus F
protein, compositions comprising the antibodies and
methods of use. The antibodies of the invention are
useful for preventing fusion of the virus with the cell
membrane and preventing cell to cell spread of the
virus, thereby providing a means of preventing the
infection, or treating a patient suffering from the
infection and ameliorating one or more symptoms or
complications associated with the viral infection. The
antibodies may also be useful for diagnosis of an
infection by RSV.
21: 2015/04953 22: 7/9/2015 43: 5/9/2016
51: B65D
71: PLASTICUM NETHERLANDS B.V.
72: NUIJEN, Henricus, Johannes, Cornelius,
SCHOENMAKERS, Antonetta, Johanna, Maria,
VOS, Hermanus, Jacobus
33: NL 31: 2010273 32: 2013/02/-07
54: ACTUATOR AND DISPENSING APPARATUS
00: The invention relates to an actuator for dispensing
the liquid contents of a container in the form of a
spray. The actuator comprises an actuator cap, an
axial spray channel with an orifice for spraying the
contents of the container, and an axial feed channel
for connection a container outlet to the spray
channel. A breakup wedge is provided in the feed
channel such that it splits the feed channel into two
sub channels, each connected via a side inlet
opening with an inlet portion of the spray channel.
Thus, in use, a flow of content is split into two sub
flows by the breakup wedge, which sub flows
subsequently collide in the inlet portion of the spray
channel causing a turbulent flow of the liquid product
in the inlet portion of the spray channel, which
turbulent flow is guided by the spray channel
towards and out of the dispensing opening.
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51: A01N
71: WELLSTAT THERAPEUTICS CORPORATION
72: VON BORSTEL, Reid, W., SIMPSON, David, M,
ZERBY, Dennis, Bryan, LU, Ming, LI, Rui,
READING, Julian, WOLPE, Stephen, AMAN,
Nureddin
33: US 31: 61/759,512 32: 2013/02/01
54: AMINE COMPOUNDS HAVING ANTIINFLAMMATORY, ANTIFUNGAL, ANTIPARASITIC
AND ANTICANCER ACTIVITY
00: Amine compounds having activity against
inflammation, fungi, unicellular parasitic
microorganisms, and cancer are described. The
compounds contain a monocyclic, bicyclic, or
tricyclic aromatic ring having one, two, or three ring
nitrogen atoms.
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51: G06Q
71: LEE, Jeong-Gab
72: LEE, Jeong-Gab
33: KR 31: 10-2011-0092472 32: 2011/09/14
54: AUCTION METHOD AND SERVER
00: Provided are an auction method and server that
enable a seller and bidders to determine the price of
a product at their own discretion by enabling the
bidders to participate in a bid between the lowest
price offered by the seller and the highest price of
the product, and give benefit to both the seller and
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successful bidders by applying the successful bid
price of a lowest successful bidder to all the
successful bidders as a sale price.
least one of the other parameters selected from the
group of melt flow index, degree of polydispersion
and flexural modulus, while the relative difference of
the predominant components is: for the flow index in
the range from IOOg/lOmin to 5g/10min and/or for
the degree of polydispersion less than 1, but above
0.3 and/or for the flexural modulus in the range from
300 MPa to 50 MPa; where the relative difference in
the melt flow index is not greater than IOOg/IOmin,
the degree of polydispersity is less than 1, the
crystallisation heat is not greater than 300 MPa. The
fibres have the degree of crimping at least 5 crimps
per 20 mm of fibre.
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51: D01D, D01F, D04H
71: PEGAS NONWOVENS S.R.O.
72: Pavlina KASPARKOVA, Frantisek KLASKA,
Zdenek MECL, Jaroslav KOHUT
33: CZ 31: PV 2013-24 32: 2013/01/14
54: BATT COMPRISING CRIMPED BI- OR MULTICOMPONENT FIBRES
00: 57: A batt comprising crimped bi- or multicomponent
fibres consisting of at least two sections, which
comprise a polymer or polymer blend as a
predominant component and which are arranged
across the cross-section of the fiber to promote
crimping of the fibre during the setting process and
which predominant components differ in the
crystallisation heat (dHc). The difference in the
crystallisation heat (dHc) is in range from 30 J/g to 5
J/g and the predominant components differ in at
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51: F16C
71: ROTACASTER WHEEL LIMITED
72: MCKINNON, Peter
33: US 31: 61/735,980 32: 2012/12/11
33: US 31: 61/915,340 32: 2013/12/12
54: AXEL BUSH
00: An assembled roller 200 comprising a bylindrical
bush (210) having eight external rib surface features
(212) and an over-molded roller (230). The joining
edge (214) of the opposing component parts
(216,218) comprises, in axial end profile, a ramp
section (220) comprising a ramp surface (222). The
ramp surfaces lie in planes that are parallel or
slightly offset by 1°- 20° to the direction or angle of
approach of the respective opposed component pail
(216,218) immediately prior to engagement, so that
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the ramp surfaces (222) are adapted to slidingly
engage across ramp surfaces in a resistance, rather
than snap, fit. This arrangement forms a catch that
will hold the part halves (216,218) together during an
over-molding process as long as the ends of the
bush are retarded against axial displacement.
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51: C10L
71: Braerg - Groupo Brasileiro de Pesquisas
Especializadas Ltda
72: MARQUES, Douglas Spalato, MARQUES,
Marcos Spalato
33: BR 31: BR 102012031841 5 32: 2012/12/13
54: METHOD FOR OBTAINING BIOFUEL FROM
LIGNOCELLULOSIC AND/OR AMYLACEOUS
BIOMASS
00: A method for obtaining biofuel from lignocellulosic
and/or amylaceous biomass through fermentation in
at least one step by using a consortium of
microorganisms in order to obtain sugars that later
will be converted into alcohols by using
environmentally friendly and economically viable
methods, as opposed to conventional acid and
enzymatic hydrolysis.
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51: H04L
71: Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.
72: ZHANG, Leiming, ZHOU, Yongxing, LIU,
Jianghua, WU, Qiang, WANG, Jianguo
33: PCT/CN 31: 2012/088147 32: 2012/12/31
54: METHOD FOR REPORTING CHANNEL STATE
INFORMATION, USER EQUIPMENT AND BASE
STATION
00: -
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51: E06B
71: Gunnebo Entrance Control Ltd.
72: BATES, Stephen John
33: IT 31: MI2012A002116 32: 2012/12/12
54: TURNSTILE
00: The invention relates to a full-height turnstile (10)
comprising a cage structure (20) and a rotor (30)
rotatably restrained thereto, said rotor (30)
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comprising a substantially vertical axle (31) and a
plurality of arms (32, 33, 34) extending
perpendicularly thereto in different radial directions,
wherein said arms (32, 33, 34) are mutually spaced
along said axle (31) and are grouped on a plurality of
radial planes angularly spaced from one another.
The axle (31) of the rotor (30) comprises a plurality
of modular consecutive sectors (36,37, 38) that are
mountable with each other, whereby different
amounts of modular sectors allow to make turnstiles
of different heights, and the arms (32, 33, 34) are
arranged between consecutive sectors, which
perform the functions of spacers between the arms
(32, 33, 34).
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51: F24J, F28C, H02K
71: THE BABCOCK & WILCOX COMPANY
72: MARYAMCHIK, Mikhail, VELAZQUEZ-VARGAS,
Luis, G., FLYNN, Thomas, J., SAKADJIAN, Bartev,
B., HU, Shengteng
33: US 31: 14/333,940 32: 2014/07/17
54: POWER GENERATION PLANT INTEGRATING
CONCENTRATED SOLAR POWER RECEIVER
AND PRESSURIZED HEAT EXCHANGER
00: A power plant includes a solar receiver heating solid
particles, a standpipe receiving solid particles from
the solar receiver, a pressurized heat exchanger
heating working fluid by heat transfer through direct
contact with heated solid particles flowing out of the
bottom of the standpipe, and a flow path for solid
particles from the bottom of the standpipe into the
pressurized heat exchanger that is sealed by a
pressure P produced at the bottom of the standpipe
by a column of heated solid particles of height H.
The flow path may include a silo or surge tank
comprising a pressure vessel connected to the
bottom of the standpipe, and a non-mechanical
valve. The power plant may further include a turbine
driven by heated working fluid discharged from the
pressurized heat exchanger, and a compressor
driven by the turbine.
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51: A61K
71: ALLERGAN, INC.
72: VEHIGE, Joseph, G., SIMMONS, Peter, A.,
MARSH, David, A., BEARD, Bereth, J., BLANDA,
Wendy, M., HAIXIA, Liu, MATSUMOTO, Steven, S.
33: US 31: 61/759,710 32: 2013/02/01
33: US 31: 61/785,857 32: 2013/03/14
54: ARTIFICIAL TEARS COMPRISING SODIUM
HYALURONATE AND
CARBOXYMETHYLCELLULOSE
00: Embodiments described herein relate to formulations
for and methods of use for eye drop formulations
comprising carboxymethyl cellulose (CMC) and
hyaluronic acid (HA) with an improved distribution on
the cornea during blinking.
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at least one composition as defined previously. The
invention also relates to a non-therapeutic cosmetic
process for preventing and/or treating the signs of
ageing of a keratin material, comprising the
application, to the surface of the keratin material, of
at least one composition as defined previously.
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51: A61K, A61Q
71: L'Oreal
72: ROUDOT, Angelina, CANDAU, Didier
33: FR 31: 1350492 32: 2013/01/21
33: FR 31: 1350493 32: 2013/01/21
33: FR 31: 1350494 32: 2013/01/21
54: COSMETIC OR DERMATOLOGICAL
COMPOSITION COMPRISING A MEROCYANINE,
AN ORGANIC UVB-SCREENING AGENT AND AN
ADDITIONAL ORGANIC UVA-SCREENING
AGENT
00: The present invention relates to a cosmetic or
dermatological composition comprising, in a
physiologically acceptable support: a) at least one
oily phase and b) at least one merocyanine
compound of formula (1 ) defined hereinbelow and
c) at least one organic UVB-screening agent chosen
from: v) a liquid lipophilic organic UVB-screening
agent vi) a hydrophilic organic UVB-screening agent
vii) a triazine UVB-screening agent and viii) mixtures
thereof; and d) at least one organic UVA-screening
agent other than the said merocyanine compound;
when the said UVB-screening agent is liquid and
lipophilic, the said composition contains less than
2% by weight of cyclohexasiloxane relative to the
total weight of the composition. Another subject of
the present invention consists of a non-therapeutic
cosmetic process for caring for and/or making up a
keratin material, comprising the application, to the
surface of the said keratin material, of at least one
composition according to the invention as defined
above. The invention also relates to a nontherapeutic cosmetic process for limiting the
darkening of the skin and/or improving the colour
and/or uniformity of the complexion, comprising the
application, to the surface of the keratin material, of
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51: A61K, C07C, A61P
71: CESA ALLIANCE S.A.
72: VAN TILBORG, Reiner
33: LU 31: 92126 32: 2012/12/31
54: 4-HYDROXY-2-METHYL-5-(PROPAN-2YLIDENE)CYCLOHEX-3-ENECARBALDEHYDE
FOR THE PREVENTION AND TREATMENT OF A
COGNITIVE, NEURODEGENERATIVE OR
NEURONAL DISEASE
00: The present invention concerns a pharmaceutical
compound having the Formula (1), or a
pharmaceutically acceptable salt thereof, for use in
the prevention or treatment of a cognitive,
neurodegenerative or neuronal disorder disease
such as the Alzheimer Disease, a pharmaceutical
composition and a method of preparing a
pharmaceutical composition.
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51: G05B
71: CONEY, Lillie, Bruce
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72: CONEY, Lillie, Bruce
33: US 31: 61/738,919 32: 2012/12/18
54: SECURE HEALTHCARE MANAGEMENT AND
COMMUNICATION SYSTEM
00: A healthcare management and communication
system including a central server, home base
devices, and portable medical assistant devices
(PMAD) providing secure electronic communications
among medical facilities and healthcare providers,
while ensuring privacy of patient medical records. In
an embodiment, the central server communicates
with the home base device(s) and the PMAD
providing information necessary for a healthcare
provider to perform a procedure for a patient. The
healthcare communication system provides security
for patient information by allowing the healthcare
provider to access some basic patient information on
the PMAD, including directions to the patient's
house, when the PMAD is in all locations. Only when
the PMAD is within a physical proximity to a selected
home base device can the healthcare provider
access the corresponding patient's confidential
information necessary for the on-site visit. Notes and
data recorded during the procedure may be securely
transmitted to the central server, updating the
patient's record.
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51: H01P, H01Q
71: NEC Corporation
72: IWANAKA, Daisuke
33: JP 31: 2013-008172 32: 2013/01/21
54: ANTENNA
00: An antenna (100) has an antenna layer (1),
connective layers (2), and energizing circuit layers
(10). The antenna layer (1) has horn antennae (51 to
53). The horn antennae (51 and 52) are disposed so
that the mutual center is aligned in a direction (C).
The horn antenna (53) is separated from the horn
antenna (51) in a direction (D), and the centers of
the horn antennae (51 and 53) are disposed so as to
not be aligned in the direction (D). In the connective
layers (2), a waveguide is formed.
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51: A61K, A61Q
71: L'Oreal
72: ROUDOT, Angelina, CANDAU, Didier
33: FR 31: 1350487 32: 2013/01/21
33: FR 31: 1350481 32: 2013/01/21
54: COSMETIC OR DERMATOLOGICAL
COMPOSITION COMPRISING A MEROCYANINE
AND A LIPOPHILIC BENZOTRIAZOLE UVSCREENING AGENT AND/OR A BISRESORCINYL TRIAZINE COMPOUND
00: -
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51: C07D
71: F. Hoffmann-La Roche AG
72: GRETHER, Uwe, KIMBARA, Atsushi,
NETTEKOVEN, Matthias, RICKLIN, Fabienne,
ROEVER, Stephan, ROGERS-EVANS, Mark,
SCHULZ-GASCH, Tanja
33: EP(CH) 31: 13158233.0 32: 2013/03/07
54: NOVEL PYRAZOL DERIVATIVES
00: -
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51: C07C
71: EVONIK DEGUSSA GMBH
72: FRIDAG, Dirk, LENZ, Udo, LUEKEN, HansGerd, FRANKE, Robert, RUDEK, Markus, WIESE,
Klaus-Diether, BRÖCKER, Sönke, PRISKE, Markus,
PATALONG, Christoph
33: DE 31: 10 2012 223 572.8 32: 2012/12/18
54: CONTROL OF THE VISCOSITY OF REACTION
SOLUTIONS IN HYDROFORMYLATION
METHODS
00: The present invention relates to a method and a
device for controlling the viscosity of reaction
solutions in the hydroformylation of olefin-containing
mixtures.
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51: C10K
71: Linde Aktiengesellschaft
72: SELIGER, Andreas, BRANDL, Alexander
33: DE 31: 102013001677.0 32: 2013/01/31
54: METHOD AND DEVICE FOR GENERATING
FUEL FOR A GAS TURBINE
00: The invention relates to a method for the separation
of a hydrogen- and carbon dioxide-containing feed
gas (1), from which, in a first gas scrubber (A1),
carbon dioxide is substantially selectively extracted
by scrubbing by a sulphur-free scrubbing medium
(3), wherein a scrubbing medium stream (4) loaded
with carbon dioxide and co-absorbed hydrogen is
produced which is subsequently expanded into an
expansion vessel (D1) in order to transfer coabsorbed hydrogen to the gas phase (9). A
characteristic of the method is that the hydrogencontaining gas phase (9) is withdrawn from the
expansion vessel (D1) and added to a sulphur-free,
hydrogen- and carbon dioxide-containing gas
mixture (17) which is formed in a second gas
scrubber (A2) operated in parallel to the first, as a
product at a pressure which is lower than the
pressure of the feed gas (1).
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51: A01N, A01P, C07C, C08K, C09D
71: Croda International Plc
72: HOSSEIN, Mahmoud
33: EP(GB) 31: 13153682.3 32: 2013/02/01
54: SELF-DISINFECTING SURFACES
00: -
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51: G06F
71: WINFIELD SOLUTIONS, LLC
72: MAGIDOW, Lillian, C.
33: US 31: 13/734,571 32: 2013/01/04
54: METHODS AND SYSTEMS FOR ANALYZING
AND VISUALIZING SPRAY PATTERNS
00: Computer-implemented systems and methods
predict behavior of sprays based on receiving a
selection of one or more variables affecting spray.
Relative amounts of the droplets forming the spray
are grouped into various droplet size classes, where
each droplet size class represents a range of droplet
sizes. The relative amounts of the spray in the
classes is visually depicted on a computer display
according to a distribution of droplets, a volume of
spray falling within the droplet size classes, a chart
depicting relative amounts of the spray as a function
of droplet size, or according to a spray quality based
on environmental factors.
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51: E21B
71: WILVIC PLASTICS CC
72: BOGDANOVIC, BOGDAN
33: ZA 31: 2014/04725 32: 2014/06/26
54: TELESCOPIC SUPPORT FOR A ROCK DRILL
00: THIS invention relates to a telescopic support for a
rock drill and more particularly but not exclusively, to
an air leg suitable for use with a hammer drill. The
support includes a piston and cylinder arrangement
comprising a first cylinder element and a first piston
element which is locatable inside the first cylinder
element. The arrangement also includes a piston
sleeve having an outer diameter which is larger than
the inner diameter of a cylinder sleeve in order for
the piston sleeve and the cylinder sleeve to abut one
another when the piston element has been displaced
to a predetermined position relative to the cylinder
element.
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51: C08G C09D
71: SIKA TECHNOLOGY AG
72: BYRNE, Michael, GATRELL, Mark, COWARD,
Alexander, BURCKHARDT, Urs
33: EP 31: 13152264.1 32: 2013/01/22
54: LIQUID-APPLIED WATERPROOFING
MEMBRANE FOR ROOFS COMPRISING A
TRIALDIMINE
00: The present invention describes a one-part
moisture-curing liquid-applied waterproofing
membrane comprising a polyurethane polymer and
both a trialdimine and a dialdimine as blocked amine
hardeners in a specific ratio range. The membrane
has a low odour, a long shelf life stability, a low
viscosity at low solvent content, a sufficiently long
open time to allow hand application and cures fast to
a solid elastic material. The liquid-applied
waterproofing membrane is particularly suitable for
roofing applications, possessing high strength, high
elongation and good durability under outdoor
wheathering conditions in a broad temperature
range.
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51: B32B B29C
71: NISSHIN STEEL CO., LTD.
72: MORIKAWA, Shigeyasu, TSUJIMURA, Takao,
FUJII, Takahiro
33: JP 31: 2013-007216 32: 2013/01/18
54: SHAPED AND COATED METALLIC
MATERIAL, COMPOSITE, AND METHOD FOR
MANUFACTURING SHAPED AND COATED
METALLIC MATERIAL AND COMPOSITE
00: The present invention pertains to a shaped and
coated metallic material used in a composite having
excellent performance in bonding and sealing
between a shaped metallic material and a molded
article of a thermoplastic resin composition. The
shaped and coated metallic material has: a shaped
metallic material; and, disposed above the shaped
metallic material, an acid-modified polypropylene
layer containing at least 40 mass% of an acidmodified polypropylene. The melt viscosity of the
acid-modified polypropylene layer is 1000 to 10,000
mPa·s. The film thickness of the acid-modified
polypropylene layer is at least 0.2 µm.
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51: A61K A61P
71: GENFIT
72: HANF, Rémy, HUM, Dean, WALCZAK, Robert,
NOEL, Benoît
33: EP 31: 13305067.4 32: 2013/01/18
54: METHODS OF TREATMENT OF FIBROSIS
AND CANCERS
00: The present invention relates to the use of
compound 1-[4-methylthiophenyl]-3-[3,5- dimethyl-4carboxydimethylmethyloxyphenyl]prop-2-en-1-one
for treating fibrotic diseases and cancers.
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51: C02F, F28F
71: Linde Aktiengesellschaft
72: GURNEY, Darren Richard
33: GB 31: 1222999.3 32: 2012/12/20
54: COOLING PROCESS
00: A process for cooling a heated coolant, said process
comprising : (a) passing a heated coolant to an
evaporative cooling apparatus wherein the coolant is
cooled by evaporation; (b) heating at least a portion
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of the coolant from step (a) to provide a heated
coolant; (c) recycling at least a portion of the heated
coolant from step (b) to step (a) to form a circuit;
wherein the process further comprises passing at
least a portion of the coolant to a reverse osmosis
unit to form a retentate solution and a permeate
solution; introducing at least a portion of the
permeate solution into the circuit; and removing the
retentate solution.
operation to the hardware device for execution, and
improving the security of the hardware device.
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51: G06F
71: GRG Banking Equipment Co., Ltd.
72: LUO, Panfeng, DAI, Song, LI, Zhengquan,
HUANG, Sanpeng, HAN, Xiaoping, HU, Xiaomin
33: CN 31: 201210571671.4 32: 2012/12/24
54: METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR
CONTROLLING INVOKING OF HARDWARE
INSTRUCTION
00: Disclosed are a method and a system for controlling
invoking of a hardware instruction. The method
comprises: receiving a hardware instruction;
determining whether the received hardware
instruction is a legal instruction; and when it is
determined that the received hardware instruction is
a legal instruction, sending the hardware instruction
to a corresponding hardware device. In this
application, the legality of the hardware instruction is
checked before the hardware instruction is sent to
the hardware device, and only a legal hardware
instruction can be sent to the hardware device for
execution, thereby avoiding sending an illegal
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51: B22C, B22D
71: Nemak Wernigerode GmbH
72: MEISHNER, Henning, WAGNER, Alexander
33: DE 31: 10 2013 100 540.3 32: 2013/01/18
54: METHOD AND CASTING MOLD FOR
PRODUCING CASTINGS, IN PARTICULAR
CYLINDER BLOCKS AND CYLINDER HEADS,
HAVING FUNCTIONAL CONNECTION OF THE
FEEDER
00: The invention relates to a method for casting
castings, wherein a metal melt is poured into a mold
cavity (3), which is bounded by a casting mold (G1,
G2) and represents the casting, via a feeder (2) or
separate runners or casting channels, wherein the
casting mold (G1, G2) comprises mold parts (4-7)
that determine the shape of the casting to be cast,
and a casting mold (G1, G2). The casting method
according to the invention and the casting mold
ensure the production of functionally correct and
flawless castings even under the conditions
explained above. According to the invention, this is
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achieved in that the melt is conducted into the mold
cavity (3) via at least two connections, of which at
least one is designed as an additional channel (16,
23) that leads through one of the mold parts and is
independent of the contour of the casting to be cast,
in at least two sections (8, 9, 10, 19, 20), which are
associated with different levels of the casting to be
cast.
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51: F24J
71: BRENMILLER ENERGY LTD.
72: BRENMILLER, Avraham, LIPMAN, Eli, RAZ,
Dan, RINBERG, Gregory, GEVA, Zeev
33: IL 31: 225,456 32: 2013/03/24
54: MODULAR SOLAR FIELD
00: A solar thermal energy system (20) includes a
plurality of modules (22), which are connected endto-end to define an extended solar trough. Each
module includes a frame, having an outer edge of
circular profile and an inner edge of parabolic profile,
having a focus at a geometrical center of the circular
profile. The frame includes first and second end
segments (42) at respective first and second ends of
the module, and a pair of rigid torque tubes (44)
connected longitudinally between the first and
second end segments. A motorized drive (46)
engages and rotates the outer edge of the frame
about the geometrical center. Multiple mirror
segments (40) are fitted to the inner edge of the
frame. At least one heat transfer tube segment (24)
is held stationary at the geometrical center of the
frame.
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51: G10L
71: FRAUNHOFER-GESELLSCHAFT ZUR
FÖRDERUNG DER ANGEWANDTEN
FORSCHUNG E.V.
72: FUCHS, Guillaume, LOMBARD, Anthony,
RAVELLI, Emmanuel, DÖHLA, Stefan, LECOMTE,
Jérémie, DIETZ, Martin
33: US 31: 61/740,883 32: 2012/12/21
54: COMFORT NOISE ADDITION FOR MODELING
BACKGROUND NOISE AT LOW BIT-RATES
00: The invention provides a decoder being configured
for processing an encoded audio bitstream (BS),
wherein the decoder (1 ) comprises: a bitstream
decoder (2) configured to derive a decoded audio
signal (DS) from the bitstream (BS), wherein the
decoded audio signal (DS) comprises at least one
decoded frame; a noise estimation device (3)
configured to produce a noise estimation signal (NE)
containing an estimation of the level and/or the
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spectral shape of a noise (N) in the decoded audio
signal (DS); a comfort noise generating device (4)
configured to derive a comfort noise signal (CN) from
the noise estimation signal (NE); and a combiner (5)
configured to combine the decoded frame of the
decoded audio signal (DS) and the comfort noise
signal (CN) in order to obtain an audio output signal
(OS).
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51: A61K
71: ADAMED SP. Z O.O.
72: CIEPLUCHA, Agnieszka
33: PL 31: P.402191 32: 2012/12/21
54: A PHARMACEUTICAL COMPOSITION
CONTAINING CANDESARTAN CILEXETIL AND
AMLODIPINE
00: -
A combination pharmaceutical composition
comprising candesartan cilexetil and amiodipine or a
pharmaceutically acceptable salt thereof, a process
for the preparation of such composition and unit
dosage form comprising such a composition. The
composition consists of a granulate containing
candesartan cilexetil, polyethylene glycol and other
excipients, wherein the weight ratio of candesartan
cilexetil to polyethylene glycol is in the range from 5:
1 to 2: 1, and extragranular phase of powder blend
comprising amiodipine or a pharmaceutically
acceptable salt thereof and excipients. The
composition is prepared by mixing the granulate
prepared by wet granulation and extragranular
phase.
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51: G10L
71: FRAUNHOFER-GESELLSCHAFT ZUR
FÖRDERUNG DER ANGEWANDTEN
FORSCHUNG E.V.
72: LOMBARD, Anthony, DIETZ, Martin, WILDE,
Stephan, RAVELLI, Emmanuel, SETIAWAN, Panji,
MULTRUS, Markus
33: US 31: 61/740,857 32: 2012/12/21
54: GENERATION OF A COMFORT NOISE WITH
HIGH SPECTRO-TEMPORAL RESOLUTION IN
DISCONTINUOUS TRANSMISSION OF AUDIO
SIGNALS
00: The invention provides an audio decoder being
configured for decoding a bit- stream so as to
produce therefrom an audio output signal, the
bitstream comprising at least an active phase
followed by at least an inactive phase, wherein the
bitstream has encoded therein at least a silence
insertion descriptor frame which describes a
spectrum of a background noise, the audio decoder
comprising: a silence insertion descriptor decoder
configured to decode the silence insertion descriptor
frame so as to reconstruct a spectrum of the
background noise; a decoding device configured to
reconstruct the audio output signal from the
bitstream during the active phase; a spectral
converter configured to determine a spectrum of the
audio output signal a noise estimator device
configured to determine a first spectrum of the noise
of the audio output signal based on the spectrum of
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the audio output signal provided by the spectral
converter, wherein the first spectrum of the noise of
the audio output signal has a higher spectral
resolution than the spectrum of the background
noise; a resolution converter configured to establish
a second spectrum of the noise of the audio output
signal based on the first spectrum of the noise of the
au- dio output signal, wherein the second spectrum
of the noise of the audio output signal has a same
spectral resolution as the spectrum of the
background noise; a comfort noise spectrum
estimation device having a scaling factor computing
device configured to compute scaling factors for a
spectrum for a comfort noise based on the spectrum
of the background noise as provided by the silence
insertion descriptor decoder and based on the
second spectrum of the noise of the audio output
signal as provided by the resolution converter and
having a comfort noise spectrum generator
configured to compute the spectrum for a comfort
noise based on the scaling factors; and a comfort
noise generator configured to produce the comfort
noise during the inactive phase based on the
spectrum for the comfort noise.
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51: C12N, C12P
71: Kenji TAJIMA, Ryota KOSE
72: SAKURAI, Hiroaki, TAJIMA, Kenji, KOSE, Ryota
33: JP 31: 2012-289043 32: 2012/12/28
54: BACTERIAL CELLULOSE AND BACTERIUM
PRODUCING SAME
00: [Problem] To provide a bacterial cellulose which is
highly dispersible in a liquid, shows excellent
molding properties and high miscibility with other
materials when applied to materials, and, therefore,
has a high applicability as a practical material, and a
bacterium which produces the bacterial cellulose.
[Solution] A bacterial cellulose, water that contains
said bacterial cellulose at a final concentration of
0.1±0.006 (w/w) showing a light transmittance at a
wavelength of 500 nm of 35% or greater, and a
bacterium producing the bacterial cellulose.
According to the present invention, the bacterial
cellulose that is uniformly dispersible in a liquid such
as water can be obtained. The bacterial cellulose
shows excellent molding properties and high
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miscibility with other materials and, therefore, can
contribute to the improvement in the qualities of a
final product or production efficiency thereof or to the
reduction of production cost.
21: 2015/05202 22: 7/20/2015 43: 5/19/2016
51: G01C
71: Polaris Industries Inc.
72: THARALDSON, Joseph D., KOENIG, David J.,
KOOSMANN, Adam C., WOLF, Christopher G.,
FISHER, William C., WECKERT, Kim A,
CALLAHAN, John W., HERMAN, Daren W.,
FROSTAD, Todd L., GUSTAFSON, Gary L., CRAIN,
Stephen G.
33: US 31: 61/769,378 32: 2013/02/26
54: RECREATIONAL VEHICLE INTERACTIVE
TELEMETRY, MAPPING, AND TRIP PLANNING
SYSTEM
00: An interactive system for use in connection with
recreational vehicle usage includes a server system,
including an off-road trail database containing trail
data, trail condition information, and points-ofinterest information, as well as a trip mapping
system accessible by any of a plurality of riders,
allowing a rider to create a route based on the data
in the off-road trip database. The server system
further includes a trail maintenance interface
accessible by users affiliated with an authorized
group to edit the trail data, trail condition information,
and points- of-interest information associated with
the authorized group. The server system includes a
location data management system configured to
receive location data, allowing a rider to publish
location information to one or more other riders, and
a user feedback interface configured to receive trip
data from riders for publication, including information
describing an actual route and user data associated
with that route.
21: 2015/05203 22: 7/20/2015 43: 5/24/2016
51: A61K, A61P, C07D
71: AbbVie Inc.
72: TAO, Zhi-Fu, WANG, Xilu, WENDT, Michael D.,
SOUERS, Andrew J., JUDD, Andrew S., KUNZER,
Aaron, SULLIVAN, Gerard
33: US 31: 61/781,070 32: 2013/03/14
54: APOPTOSIS-INDUCING AGENTS FOR THE
TREATMENT OF CANCER AND IMMUNE AND
AUTOIMMUNE DISEASES
00: Disclosed herein are compounds that inhibit the
activity of anti-apoptotic Bcl-2 proteins, compositions
containing the compounds and methods of treating
diseases using the compounds.
21: 2015/05236 22: 7/21/2015 43: 5/11/2016
51: G08B, H04B
71: COMMUNICATOR MANUFACTURING CO
(PTY) LTD
72: ANDREKA, Brent Gary, ANDREKA, Lee-Ann,
POTGIETER, Marthinus Cornelius, STEAD, Andrew
Michael
33: ZA 31: 2014/08669 32: 2014/11/25
54: AN ALARM COMMUNICATION DEVICE
00: The invention relates to an alarm system 10 which
includes an alarm communication device 13
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amongst other conventional alarm monitoring
equipment. The communication device 13
communicates bidirectionally with a remote repeater
17 or base station 20 and includes a VHF/UHF
transceiver comprising a transmitter 14 and a
receiver 15 and a processing module 21. The
communication device 13 aims to limit congestion on
VHF/UHF frequency bands by listening to repeat
transmissions of a transmission signal transmitted by
the transmitter 14. Accordingly, the processing
module 21 is configured to interpret a signal
received by the receiver 15 from the repeater 17 and
to determine whether or not the transmission signal
was successfully received by the repeater 17. The
processing module 21 is further configured, in
response to a determination that transmission of the
transmission signal was successful, to stall repeat
transmission of the transmission signal by the
transmitter 14.
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51: E21D
71: NCM INNOVATIONS (PTY) LTD
72: CAWOOD, Martin; PASTORINO, Paolo Ettore;
SHEPPARD, James William
54: RADIALLY EXPANSIBLE ROCK BOLT
00: The invention provides a friction bolt assembly which
includes: an expansible sleeve having a tubular body
longitudinally extending between a leading end and
a trailing end, which body has a longitudinally
extending formation about which the body resiliently
deforms and which formation extends along at least
part of the body, ending at the body leading end; a
rod which longitudinally extends through the sleeve
body between a first end and a second end, with a
projecting part of the rod extending from the trailing
end of the sleeve body; an expansion element
mounted on or integrally formed with the rod at or
towards the first end, which element has an
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engagement surface which tapers towards the rod
second end; a stop formation engaged with the rod
projecting part which abuts the body trailing end to
position the leading end of the sleeve body in
abutment with the expansion element; a load
application means engaged with the rod projecting
part between the stop formation and the rod second
end; and a load bearing washer mounted over the
rod projecting portion between the stop formation
and the load application means; wherein, in use,
with the expansible sleeve of the bolt assembly
inserted in a rock hole and the washer positioned
against the rock face, the load application means is
actuatable to draw the expansion element into and
through the tubular body to cause the body to
radially outwardly deform about the longitudinally
extending formation into frictional contact with the
walls of the rock hole and to cause the washer to
bear against the rock face in load support.
21: 2015/05249 22: 7/21/2015 43: 5/17/2016
51: C21D, C22C
71: Baoshan Iron & Steel Co., Ltd.
72: ZHAO, Sixin, YAO, Liandeng
33: CN 31: 201310022008.3 32: 2013/01/22
54: HIGH STRENGTH STEEL SHEET AND
MANUFACTURING METHOD THEREFOR
00: Disclosed is a high strength steel sheet having the
following chemical elements in weight percent
contents: c: 0.070-0.115%, Si: 0.20-0.50%, Mn:
1.80-2.30%, Cr: 0-0.35%, Mo: 0.10-0.40%, Nb: 0.030.06%, V: 0.03-0.06%, Ti: 0.002-0.04%, Al: 0.010.08%, B: 0.0006-0.0020%, N=0.0060%,
O=0.0040%, Ca: 0-0.0045%, and the balance being
Fe and other inevitable impurities. Also disclosed is
a method for manufacturing the high strength steel
sheet.
21: 2015/05251 22: 7/21/2015 43: 5/24/2016
51: A61K, C07D
71: F. Hoffmann-La Roche AG
72: GAVELLE, Olivier, GRETHER, Uwe, KIMBARA,
Atsushi, NETTEKOVEN, Matthias, ROEVER,
Stephan, ROGERS-EVANS, Mark, ROMBACH,
Didier, SCHULZ-GASCH, Tanja
33: EP(CH) 31: 13161176.6 32: 2013/03/26
54: NOVEL PYRIDINE DERIVATIVES
00: -
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R5, R6,R7, and R8 can be independently H or a
linear, branched or cyclic C1-C16 alkyl group.
21: 2015/05252 22: 7/21/2015 43: 5/24/2016
51: C09D
71: Akzo Nobel Coatings International B.V.
72: REYNOLDS, Kevin John, TYSON, Brent Vickers
33: EP(NL) 31: 13156771.1 32: 2013/02/26
54: ANTI-FOULING COMPOSITIONS WITH A
FLUORINATED OXYALKYLENE-CONTAINING
POLYMER OR OLIGOMER
00: An anti-fouling composition which comprises a
curable polymer and a fluorinated oxyalkylenecontaining polymer or oligomer wherein the
fluorinated oxyalkylene-containing polymer or
oligomer comprises: (a) one or more fluorinated
moiety of the formula (I): wherein if there is more
than one fluorinated moiety, the fluorinated moiety
may be the same or different, p can be
independently 0 or 1, m can be independently an
integer from 0 to 6, and R1, R2,R3, and R4 can be
independently H; F; Cl; Br; a linear, branched or
cyclic alkyl group having 1 to 16 carbon atoms
optionally substituted with F; or a linear, branched or
cyclic alkyloxyalkane group having 1 to 16 carbon 1
atoms optionally substituted with F; and: (b) an
average of from 4.0 to 100.0 oxyalkylene moieties
per polymer or oligomer,of the formula (II): wherein if
there is more than one oxyalkylene moiety, the
oxyalkylene moietymay be the same or different,
ncan be independently an integer from 0 to 4, and
21: 2015/05268 22: 7/21/2015 43: 5/31/2016
51: A47J
71: DART INDUSTRIES INC.
72: PALLOTTO, SIMONE, DE LEO, ANTHONY M.
33: US 31: 14/337,112 32: 2014/07/21
54: COOKWARE INCLUDING LID HAVING
HANDLE WITH UTENSIL REST
00: Cookware includes a lid having a handle with a
utensil rest, and which is less messy than known
devices. Utensil rest includes a utensil handle
securing element which holds a utensil handle, and
utensil rest likewise includes a utensil resting portion
on which utensil handle and working end of the
utensil may lie in a rest position. Utensil handle
securing element may include a slot, which may
extend lengthwise along the lid handle. Lid handle
may include an upwardly extending region and an
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inwardly extending portion extending toward the
center of the lid. The utensil rest portion may
include a utensil handle rest element on a free end
of inwardly extending portion, and a utensil working
end rest element as well as a utensil handle
securing element on upwardly extending region of
utensil handle. Utensil rest may be used for spoons,
forks, and knives of a variety of shapes.
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51: A01K, A61K, C07K
71: REGENERON PHARMACEUTICALS, INC.,
DUKE UNIVERSITY
72: MACDONALD, Lynn, GURER, Cagan,
YANCOPOULOS, George, D., MEAGHER, Karolina,
A., LOWY, Israel, McWHIRTER, John, MURPHY,
Andrew, J., HAYNES, Barton, KELSOE, Garnett,
BARAS, Aris, I.
33: US 31: 61/761,419 32: 2013/02/06
54: B CELL LINEAGE BASED IMMUNOGEN
DESIGN WITH HUMANIZED ANIMALS
00: Non-human animals with humanized
immunoglobulin loci and methods of using them in
vaccine design are described, as well as methods
for making broadly neutralizing antibodies against
infectious agents and pathogens are provided. Nonhuman animals with humanized immunoglobulin loci
used in B-cell-lineage immunogen design in vaccine
development are provided, as are methods of
carrying out such design.
21: 2015/05313 22: 7/24/2015 43: 5/27/2016
51: F04D
71: LJ PROCESS ENGINEERING AND MINING
SUPPLIES
72: KRUGER, Jacobus, Johannes
54: STATOR FOR PRECIOUS METAL
CONCENTRATORS (GOLD, PLATINUM, COPPER,
ZINK ETC.
00: The invention provides a stator for precious metal
concentrators. The stator includes a set of stator
blades circumferentially spaced about a circular
space for a rotor and an upper and lower mounting
ring for mounting the stator blades in position and
from which one or more stator blades are removable
to allow one or more stator blades to be replaced.
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21: 2015/05314 22: 7/23/2015 43: 5/11/2016
51: F25J
71: ExxonMobil Upstream Research Company
72: OELFKE, Russell H., MILLER, Michael R.
33: US 31: 61/756,322 32: 2013/01/24
54: LIQUEFIED NATURAL GAS PRODUCTION
00: Hydrocarbon processing systems and a method for
liquefied natural gas (LNG) production are described
herein. The hydrocarbon processing system includes
a fluorocarbon refrigeration system configured to
cool a natural gas to produce LNG using a mixed
fluorocarbon refrigerant and a nitrogen rejection unit
(NRU) configured to remove nitrogen from the LNG.
21: 2015/05334 22: 7/23/2015 43: 5/11/2016
51: F02C
71: MITSUBISHI HITACHI POWER SYSTEMS,
LTD.
72: MISHIMA, NOBUYOSHI, OSADA, TOSHIYUKI,
NAGAFUCHI, NAOYUKI
33: JP 31: 2014-156841 32: 2014/07/31
54: SOLAR/AIR TURBINE GENERATOR SYSTEM
00: The invention provides a solar/air turbine generator
system that reduces construction and power
generating costs and does not require the use of
fossil fuel. A solar/air turbine generator system
comprises: a compressor for drawing in and
compressing air; a solar receiver for heating the air
compressed by the compressor with the use of solar
heat collected by a solar collector; an air turbine for
driving the compressor and a generator by receiving
the compressed air heated by the solar receiver; a
regenerative heat exchanger, located between the
compressor and the solar receiver, for heating the
air compressed by the compressor using the
exhaust of the air turbine as a heating medium; and
a distribution device, located between the
compressor and the regenerative heat exchanger,
for distributing the compressed air to the side of the
regenerative heat exchanger and to a bypass side,
the bypass side being the inlet side of the air turbine.
The solar/air turbine generator system further
includes a control device for maintaining the air
temperature at the inlet of the air turbine at a
constant value by adjusting the flow rate of the air
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turbine exhaust that flows into the regenerative heat
exchanger as a heating medium.
21: 2015/05344 22: 24/07/2015 43: 27/05/2016
51: B66B
71: SIEMAG TECBERG GMBH
72: Johann MERKEL and Matthias KOCH
33: DE 31: 10 2013 001 405.0 32: 2013/01/28
54: INTEGRATED CATCHING DEVICE ON
OVERTRAVEL BRAKE DEVICES
00: 57: The invention relates to an apparatus for
catching a shaft conveyor means (50) in the event of
overdriving of a conveyor device, including an
overdrive brake device, wherein coupling devices
(80, 90) are provided for automatic, form-fitting
engagement with one another for fixing on the brake
device and on the shaft conveyor means (50).
21: 2015/05354 22: 7/24/2015 43: 5/25/2016
51: D04B, D05B
71: Lonati S.p.A.
72: LONATI, Ettore, LONATI, Tiberio, LONATI,
Fausto
33: IT 31: MI2013A000050 32: 2013/01/16
54: METHOD FOR CLOSING AUTOMATICALLY
AN AXIAL END OF A TUBULAR MANUFACTURE
AND FOR UNLOADING IT IN AN INSIDE-OUT
CONFIGURATION, AND APPARATUS FOR
PERFORMING THE METHOD
00: A method for closing automatically an axial end of a
tubular manufacture and for unloading it in an insideout configuration, and an apparatus for performing
the method. The method according to the invention
comprises a step of positioning the manufacture
(50), in a right- way-out configuration, at a sewing or
linking station (18), arranged so that its axis is
substantially vertical and so that it hangs, by means
of a first axial end (50a) to be closed by sewing or
linking, from an annular handling device (2). In this
step, the manufacture (50) extends below the
handling device (2). Then a step is performed for
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inserting the manufacture (50), retained by the
handling device (2), into an upper reversing tube (3)
that is or can be positioned, with its lower axial end,
above the handling device (2) for the passage of the
manufacture (50) through the handling device (2);
this passage arranges the manufacture (50) in the
inside-out configuration. A step of closing the first
axial end (50a) of the manufacture (50) by sewing or
linking is then performed. Then a step of
disengaging the manufacture (50) from the handling
device (2) and a step of removing the manufacture
(50) through the upper axial end of the upper
reversing tube (3) are performed.
71: Council of Scientific & Industrial Research
72: SARKAR, Dhiman
54: NITRITE-REDUCTASE (NIRB) AS POTENTIAL
ANTI-TUBERCULAR TARGET AND A METHOD
TO DETECT THE SEVERITY OF TUBERCULOSIS
DISEASE
00: The present invention discloses functional nitrite
reductase as a potential drug target for antitubercular drug development. The present invention
also relates to the development of an easy method
for identification of nitrite in clinical samples as well
as its correlation with the severity of the disease.
Presence of active as well as dormant/latent stages
of Mycobacterium tuberculosis (MTB) could be
identified from nitrite in clinical samples like sputum
of potential TB patients.
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51: A61K, A61P, C07D
71: ALMIRALL, S.A.
72: PAJUELO LORENZO, Francesca, CARRERA
CARRERA, Francesc, PUIG DURAN, Carlos, JULIA
JANE, Montserrat, PRAT QUIÑONES, Maria,
PEREZ ANDRES, Juan, Antonio
33: EP 31: 13382060.5 32: 2013/02/27
33: US 31: 61/804,558 32: 2013/03/22
54: SALTS OF 2-AMINO-1-HYDROXYETHYL-8HYDROXYQUINOLIN-2(1H)-ONE DERIVATIVES
HAVING BOTH ß2 ADRENERGIC RECEPTOR
AGONIST AND M3 MUSCARINIC RECEPTOR
ANTAGONIST ACTIVITIES
00: The present invention is directed to crystalline
addition salts of (i) 8-hydroxyquinolin-2(1H)-one
derivatives and (ii) a hydroxycarboxylic acid, a
sulfonic acid or a sulfimide, or a pharmaceutically
acceptable solvates thereof.
21: 2015/05355. 22: 7/24/2015. 43: 5/24/2016
51: C12Q
21: 2015/05376 22: 7/24/2015 43: 5/12/2016
51: C07K
71: REGENERON PHARMACEUTICALS, INC.
72: PAPADOPOULOS, Nicholas, J., MURPHY,
Andrew, J., ORENGO, Jamie, M.
33: US 31: 61/819,018 32: 2013/05/03
33: US 31: 61/778,687 32: 2013/03/13
54: ANTI-IL-33 ANTIBODIES AND USES
THEREOF
00: -
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The present invention provides antibodies that bind
to interleukin-33 (IL-33) and methods of using the
same. The invention includes antibodies that inhibit
or attenuate IL-33-mediated signaling. The
antibodies of the invention may function to block the
interaction between IL-33 and ST2. Alternatively,
certain antibodies of the invention inhibit or attenuate
IL-33-mediated signaling without blocking the IL33/ST2 interaction. According to certain
embodiments of the invention, the antibodies are
fully human antibodies that bind to human IL-33 with
high affinity. The antibodies of the invention are
useful for the treatment of diseases and disorders
associated with IL-33 signaling and/or IL-33 cellular
expression, such as inflammatory diseases, or
allergic diseases.
21: 2015/05384 22: 7/27/2015 43: 5/17/2016
51: A01G
71: RÜGHEIMER, Robert, Derek
72: RÜGHEIMER, Robert, Derek
54: A PLANT PROTECTION AND WATER SAVING
DEVICE
00: A blank 10 for a plant protection and water saving
device 12 includes four generally trapezoidal panels
14 arranged in a row 16 and connected to each
other at a widest part 18 of each panel 14, which
panels 14 in use form four side walls of the device
12. Two flaps 20 each extend from one trapezoidal
panel 14 at a narrowest part 22 of the panel, with a
cut-out 24 being defined at a free leading edge of
each flap 20 and several spaced apart lines of
weakness 26 being provided around the cut-out
24. The blank 10 is manufactured from a fluted
sheet material.
21: 2015/05387 22: 7/27/2015 43: 5/24/2016
51: B65H, G07D
71: GRG Banking Equipment Co., Ltd.
72: XIE, Qi, WU, Wenqing, HU, Xing, LI, Tianrui
33: CN 31: 201310035025.0 32: 2013/01/29
54: THICKNESS MEASUREMENT DEVICE FOR
SHEET-TYPE MEDIUM
00: A thickness measurement device for a sheet-type
medium comprises: a fixing frame (1), used for
installing and bearing the following parts and
components; a reference shaft (2), having two ends
installed on the fixing frame (1) through bearings,
wherein a reference roller (21) is fixedly fitted on the
reference shaft (2); a detection shaft (3), wherein at
least one floating support frame (31) having one end
capable of rotating freely around the detection shaft
(3) is arranged on the detection shaft (3), and a
detection roller (32) and a signal generator (33) are
arranged on the floating support frame (31); an
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elastic pressing plate (4), for pressing against the
floating support frame (31) to keep an approaching
trend between the detection roller (32) and the
reference roller (21), wherein the elastic pressing
plate (4) is composed of at least two elastic sheets;
a signal sensor (5); and a data processing unit. By
means of the device, system damping is provided
through friction between the elastic sheets, an output
signal impact peak value instantly caused by the fact
that a front end of the sheet-type medium crushes
into a floating support frame bearing and a power
shaft meshing point at a certain speed is reduced,
and the adjustment time of oscillation of an output
signal is shortened.
21: 2015/05388 22: 7/27/2015 43: 5/25/2016
51: G06K
71: GRG Banking Equipment Co., Ltd.
72: LIANG, Tiancai, WANG, Kun, WANG, Weifeng,
LIU, Siwei
33: CN 31: 201310012073.8 32: 2013/01/11
54: CHARACTER RECOGNITION METHOD
00: -
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21: 2015/05389 22: 7/27/2015 43: 5/11/2016
51: G06F
71: Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.
72: SHIM, Hyo-sun
33: KR 31: 10-2013-0006287 32: 2013/01/21
54: METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR
ARRANGING A PLURALITY OF ICONS ON A
SCREEN
00: A method and apparatus are provided for arranging
icons on a screen of a device, wherein a first device
receives information about a layout of a plurality of
icons displayed on a screen of a second device, and
then displays the plurality of icons on a screen of the
first device, based on the received information.
21: 2015/05390 22: 7/27/2015 43: 5/27/2016
51: A01N, A01P
71: Novozymes BioAg A/S
72: HIRATSUKA, Koji, KELLAR, Kenneth Edmund,
LELAND, Jarrod
33: US 31: 61/757,356 32: 2013/01/28
54: COMPOSITIONS AND METHODS FOR
TREATING PESTS
00: Disclosed herein are pest controlling compositions
comprising entomopathogenic fungi which are
horizontally transmissible across pest populations
and control target pests at various life stages.
Further disclosed are methods of using such
compositions for controlling pests, including, bed
bugs and other invasive parasitic pests.
21: 2015/05393 22: 7/27/2015 43: 5/11/2016
51: C12P
71: INEOS Bio S.A.
72: BELL, Peter Simpson, LIU, Song
33: US 31: 61/764,840 32: 2013/02/14
54: A PROCESS FOR FERMENTING COCONTAINING GASEOUS SUBSTRATES
00: A process provides high ethanol productivity levels
during fermentation of a CO-containing substrate.
The process controls CO-substrate feed rates and
cell density to avoid culture upset and CO inhibition.
The process includes fermenting a CO-containing
gaseous substrate to obtain a target cell density and
a target CO feed rate, and then periodically reducing
and increasing the CO feed rate.
21: 2015/05406 22: 7/27/2015 43: 5/11/2016
51: A47J, B02C
71: JURA ELEKTROAPPARATE AG
72: BÜTTIKER, Philipp, PROBST, Stephan, SAHLI,
Georg
33: EP 31: 14405061.4 32: 2014/08/12
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54: GRINDER FOR GRINDING COFFEE BEANS
AS WELL AS COFFEE MACHINE COMPRISING
SUCH A GRINDER
00: What is described a new grinder (1), which serves to
grind coffee beans (3) and which is embodied as
conical grinder. To improve a grinding process, the
grinding cones(11) and/or grinding ring(15)
encompass grinding surfaces (64, 69, 99)
comprising an angle of inclination (F), which is in
each case greater than 90º and smaller than 180º
relative to a tool reference plane (E-1).
21: 2015/05408 22: 7/27/2015 43: 5/9/2016
51: A47J, B02C
71: JURA ELEKTROAPPARATE AG
72: BÜTTIKER, Philipp, PROBST, Stephan, SAHLI,
Georg
33: EP 31: 14405061.4 32: 2014/08/12
54: GRINDER FOR GRINDING COFFEE BEANS
AS WELL AS COFFEE MACHINE COMPRISING
SUCH A GRINDER
00: What is described a new grinder (1), which serves to
grind coffee beans (3) and which is embodied as
disk grinder. To improve a grinding process, the first
and/or second grinding disk (11, 15' ), respectively,
encompass grinding surfaces (64, 94, 99)
comprising an angle of inclination (F), which is in
each case greater than 90º and smaller than 180º,
relative to a tool reference plane (E-1).
21: 2015/05436 22: 28/07/2015 43: 20/05/2016
51: A61K
71: NANORX, INC
72: RAGHAVAN PALAYAKOTAI R
33: - 31: - 32: 54: METADICHOL R LIQUID AND GEL
NANOPARTICLE FORMULATIONS
00: 57: The present invention provides methods of
regulating physiological and metabolic parameters
and of treating diseases by administering metadichol
to a subject in need of such regulation and/or
treatment. Metadichol can be administered as a
liquid or gel formulation.
21: 2015/05440 22: 1/30/2013 43: 5/16/2016
51: A61F
71: BUTTERFLY HEALTH, INC.
72: BREZOCZKY, THOMAS BLASIUS, RONN,
KARL PATRICK, BREZOCZKY, KELLY LEWIS,
RONN, ELIZABETH HODGE, GOLD, STEVEN B
33: US 31: 29/422,461 32: 2012/05/21
33: US 31: 29/437,530 32: 2012/11/16
33: US 31: 61/593,052 32: 2012/01/31
33: US 31: 61/649,749 32: 2012/05/21
54: DEVICES AND METHODS FOR TREATING
ACCIDENTAL BOWEL LEAKAGE
00: Described here are body liners and methods for
treating accidental bowel leakage using one or more
body liners. The body liner is sized and configured
to be placed at least partially within the intergluteal
cleft, the body liner having a longitudinal axis along
which the body liner is folded when placed at least
partially within the intergluteal cleft, a latitudinal axis
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perpendicular to the longitudinal axis and
intersecting the longitudinal axis at a target point, a
body-facing surface, and a rear surface opposite the
body-facing surface, wherein the body liner is
formed from at least one liner layer, and every liner
layer of the at least one liner layer is fluid absorbent.
The body liner has a butterfly shape comprising a
body portion, and a first lobe, a second lobe, a third
lobe, and a fourth lobe extending from the body
portion, wherein the first and second lobes are
positioned on a first side of the longitudinal axis and
the third and fourth lobes are positioned on a second
side of the longitudinal axis, and wherein heights of
the first and third lobes along the longitudinal axis
are at least 15% of a height of the body portion
along the longitudinal axis.
21: 2015/05454 22: 7/29/2015 43: 5/11/2016
51: A61K, A61P, C07D
71: Pfizer Inc.
72: BROWN, Matthew Frank, FENWICK, Ashley
Edward, FLANAGAN, Mark Edward, GONZALES,
Andrea, JOHNSON, Timothy Allan, KAILA, Neelu,
MITTON-FRY, Mark. J., STROHBACH, Joseph
Walter, TENBRINK, Ruth E., TRZUPEK, John David,
UNWALLA, Rayomand Jal, VAZQUEZ, Michael L.,
PARIKH, Mihir D.
33: US 31: 61/767,947 32: 2013/02/22
54: PYRROLO [2, 3 -D]PYRIMIDINE DERIVATIVES
AS INHIBITORS OF JANUS- RELATED KINASES
(JAK)
00: Described herein are pyrrolo{2,3-d}pyrimidine
derivatives, their use as Janus Kinase (JAK)
inhibitors, and pharmaceutical compositions
containing them.
21: 2015/05456 22: 7/29/2015 43: 5/11/2016
51: C22B
71: CANBEKTE, Hüsnü Sinan
72: CANBEKTE, Zekeriya
33: EP(TR) 31: 13152731.9 32: 2013/01/25
54: PROCESS FOR THE RECOVERY OF IRON AS
HEMATITE AND OTHER METALLIC VALUES
FROM A SULPHATE LEACH SOLUTION
00: We propose a method for recovering iron from ferric
sulphate solutions, obtained from leaching of metal
bearing materials with sulphuric acid to produce an
iron bearing leach solution, in the form of oxide as a
useful product by precipitation as hydroxide, by
subsequent pressure oxidation, and then by
calcining of the iron hydroxide.
21: 2015/05478 22: 7/30/2015 43: 5/23/2016
51: B01D, B01J, F01N
71: Umicore Shokubai Japan Co., Ltd.
72: IKEDA, Masanori, KOMATA, Kazuyoshi,
MINAMI, Shigekazu, OGINO, Yuji, GOTO, Hideki
33: JP 31: 2013-017202 32: 2013/01/31
54: EXHAUST-GAS PURIFICATION CATALYST
AND EXHAUST-GAS PURIFICATION METHOD
USING SAID CATALYST
00: [Problem] The purpose of the present invention is to
provide a means for minimizing reductions in the
performance of an exhaust-gas purification catalyst
even after exposure to an exhaust gas containing a
phosphorus compound. [Solution] This exhaust-gas
purification catalyst, which is used to purify an
exhaust gas that contains a phosphorus compound,
is provided with a catalyst layer (A) containing the
following catalytically active components: rhodium;
palladium; and either a cerium-zirconium-lanthanum
complex oxide or a cerium-zirconium-lanthanumyttrium complex oxide. This exhaust-gas purification
catalyst is characterized in that: the mean distance
between rhodium particles therein and the
respective nearest palladium particles is no more
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than 4,000 nm; the mass of the palladium content is
0.2 to 4.9 times the mass of the rhodium content;
and the yttrium content of the cerium-zirconiumlanthanum-yttrium complex oxide is no more than 19
mass%.
21: 2015/05485 22: 7/30/2015 43: 5/23/2016
51: C23C
71: L'Air Liquide, Societe Anonyme pour L'Etude et
L'Exploitation des Procedes Georges Claude, Centre
National de la Recherche Scientifique, Universite de
Lorraine
72: RICHET, Nicolas, MAZET, Thierry, VILASI,
Michel, MATHIEU, Stéphane
33: FR 31: 1351228 32: 2013/02/13
54: METHOD FOR DEPOSITING A CORROSIONPROTECTION COATING FROM A SUSPENSION
00: The invention relates to a method for depositing a
coating on a substrate having at least one cavity,
comprising: a step of mixing ground powders of an
activating agent and a powder of the metal or alloy
to be deposited on the substrate, ground in step (a)
and a liquid such as to form a suspension; and a
step of applying the suspension on part of the
substrate to be coated.
21: 2015/05487 22: 7/30/2015 43: 5/10/2016
51: C21B
71: Kabushiki Kaisha Kobe Seiko Sho (Kobe Steel,
Ltd.)
72: KIKUCHI, Shoichi, HARADA, Takao, YOSHIDA,
Shingo
33: JP 31: 2013-039421 32: 2013/02/28
54: METHOD FOR PRODUCING REDUCED IRON
AGGLOMERATE
00: Provided is a method for producing a reduced iron
agglomerate, which comprises introducing an
agglomerate comprising an iron-oxide-containing
substance, a carbonaceous reducing agent, a
melting point adjuster and an aid for the melting
point adjuster onto a furnace bed of a moving-bedtype heating furnace and then heating the
agglomerate on the furnace bed to reduce iron oxide
in the agglomerate; and melting the resultant product
by additional heating to cause the agglomeration of
an iron component, thereby producing the reduced
iron agglomerate, wherein an agglomerate
containing the melting point adjuster that has an
average particle diameter of 0.3 mm or less and
contains agglomerates each having a particle
diameter of 0.5 mm or less in an amount of 55
mass% or more is used. Thus, provided is a method
which can improve the yield of a reduced iron
agglomerate having a large particle diameter and
can also reduce the amount of time required for the
production of the reduced iron agglomerate to
improve the productivity of the reduced iron
agglomerate.
21: 2015/05491 22: 7/30/2015 43: 5/3/2016
51: A61K, C07K
71: SANOFI, THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE
LELAND STANFORD JUNIOR UNIVERSITY
72: KRUIP, Jochen, FOCKEN, Ingo, LANGE,
Christian, GAMBHIR, Sanjiv, S., SARKAR, Susanta,
K., GEBAUER, Mathias, KIMURA, Richard,
NATARAJAN, Arutselvan, ILOVICH, Ohad
33: US 31: 61/761,188 32: 2013/02/05
33: EP 31: 14305081.3 32: 2014/01/21
54: IMMUNO IMAGING AGENT FOR USE WITH
ANTIBODY-DRUG CONJUGATE THERAPY
00: The invention relates to a companion diagnostic
antibody-like binding protein based on the
humanized monoclonal antibody, DS6, to be used as
diagnostic tool for in vivo detection and quantification
of the tumor-associated MUCl-sialoglycotope, CA6.
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21: 2015/05509 22: 7/31/2015 43: 5/11/2016
51: C07K A61P
71: HANMI PHARM. CO., LTD.
72: JUNG, Sung Youb, HWANG, Sang Youn, CHOI,
In Young, PARK, Sung Hee, KWON, Se Chang
33: KR 31: 10-2013-0000766 32: 2013/01/03
33: KR 31: 10-2014-0000031 32: 2014/01/02
54: INSULINOTROPIC PEPTIDE DERIVATIVE
WITH MODIFIED N-TERMINAL CHARGE
00: The present invention relates to an insulin secretion
peptide derivative in which the charge on the Nterminus is modified and a pharmaceutical
composition comprising the same, specifically, is
characterized in that, in the insulin secretion peptide
derivative, the positive charge on the N-terminus of
an insulin secretion peptide is changed to a neutral
charge or net negative charge in a neutral pH. The
insulin secretion peptide derivative according to the
present invention exhibits higher insulin secretion
ability and blood glucose-reducing ability than
natural insulin secretion peptides while maintaining
the stability in the bloodstream because dissociation
from a GLP-1 receptor rapidly progresses due to the
change in the charge on the N-terminus, and thus is
very useful in treating Type 2 diabetes.
21: 2015/05547 22: 7/31/2015 43: 5/5/2016
51: C09D
71: CLARIANT INTERNATIONAL LTD
72: NIEDERLEITNER, Tobias, HERRLICH, Timo,
BRÖHMER, Manuel, GÖRES, Stefanie
33: DE 31: 10 2013 004 554.1 32: 2013/03/15
54: CELLULOSE-CONTAINING PAINT SYSTEMS
00: The invention relates to a paint system, containing a)
chemically unmodified cellulose and b) optionally
polyolefin waxes and/or Fischer-Tropsch waxes
and/or amide waxes and/or biologically-based waxes
and c) film formers and d) optionally solvents or
water and e) optionally pigments and f) optionally
volatile and/or nonvolatile additives, wherein the
chemically unmodified cellulose has a mean fibre
length between 7 µm and 100 µm and a mean
aspect ratio of less than 5.
21: 2015/05548 22: 7/31/2015 43: 5/27/2016
51: A24F
71: PHILIP MORRIS PRODUCTS S.A.
72: THORENS, Michel, LOUVET, Alexis
33: EP 31: 13159544.9 32: 2013/03/15
54: AN AEROSOL-GENERATING SYSTEM WITH
A REPLACABLE MOUTHPIECE COVER
00: There is provided an aerosol-generating device
comprising: a housing containing or configured to
receive an aerosol-forming substrate (210); an outlet
(220) formed in the housing, wherein in use aerosol
generated from the aerosol-forming substrate is
delivered through the outlet; wherein the housing
comprises a first wall (230) surrounding the outlet
and a second wall (235) surrounding the first wall
such that an open-ended annular recess (240) is
defined between the first and second walls, the
annular recess being suitable for retaining a
compliant mouthpiece cover (300) to the housing,
the compliant mouthpiece cover being readily
compressed but resilient. In use, the mouthpiece
cover is placed into a user's mouth in order to
directly inhale an aerosol generated by the aerosolgenerating device. There is also provided a
removable mouthpiece cover for an electrically
operated smoking device, comprising a compliant,
readily compressed but resilient, tubular portion
defining a central bore and a filter portion covering
the bore of the filter portion.
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apparatus determining unit uses the same logic to
determine various inserted apparatuses.
21: 2015/05550 22: 7/31/2015 43: 5/12/2016
51: A61B
71: LU, CHUEN WEI
72: LU, CHUEN WEI
33: TW 31: 103213604 32: 2014/07/31
54: BIOSIGNAL MEASUREMENT AND
TRANSMISSION APPARATUS HAVING
SIMPLIFIED SIGNAL SLOT
00: A biosignal measurement and transmission
apparatus having a simplified signal slot as provided
is configurable for receiving signals from a biosignal
detection apparatus and a biosignal detection
correction unit and for performing signal transfer and
analysis operations. The measurement and
transmission apparatus includes: a housing including
a single detection slot, which is used for receiving
signals from the biosignal detection apparatus and
the biosignal detection correction unit, wherein a
connector of the biosignal detection apparatus and a
connector of the biosignal detection correction unit
share the detection slot; a detection slot inserted
apparatus determining unit, connected to a wire of
the detection slot, used for receiving a signal from
the detection slot, and is configurable for identifying
the type of an inserted apparatus, wherein the
detection slot inserted apparatus determining unit
identifies the type of an apparatus by making a
judgment according to a signal input pin of the
inserted apparatus; or an apparatus code is
appended to an output signal of the inserted
apparatus, so that the detection slot inserted
apparatus determining unit can determine, according
to the apparatus code, what kind of physiological
detection device the inserted apparatus belongs to,
or determine a control group unit thereof. When the
wireless signal transmission unit is of an external
type, the wireless signal transmission unit also uses
the detection slot, and the detection slot inserted
21: 2015/05577 22: 8/3/2015 43: 5/11/2016
51: E21B
71: Varel International Ind., L.P.
72: LEBECK, Alan Otto
33: US 31: 13/766,049 32: 2013/02/13
54: ROCK BIT HAVING A RADIALLY SELFALIGNING METAL FACED SEAL
00: A sealing system includes a first gland in a cone and
a second gland in a shaft region. A first ring is
mounted in the first gland, a second ring is mounted
in the second gland and a third ring is positioned
between the first and second rings. The first and
third rings present a pair of metal seal faces. A third
ring is mounted to the second ring through a set of
mounting pins which permit axial movement of the
third ring. A biasing spring is mounting in the second
ring and configured to exert an axial force against
the third ring so as to keep the metal seal faces in
sealing contact. A third gland is formed between the
second and third rings, with an o-ring sealing
member installed within the third gland and
compressed in a sealing relationship between the
second and third rings.
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21: 2015/05621 22: 04/08/2015 43: 08/06/2016
51: A61K, C07D, A61P
71: COUNCIL OF SCIENTIFIC & INDUSTRIAL
RESEARCH
72: Gopal GUPTA, Jagdamba Prasad MAIKHURI,
Lokesh KUMAR, Ashish JAIN, Tara RAWAT, Lalit
KUMAR, Veenu BALA, Santosh JANGIR, Amit
SARSWAT, Nand LAL, Vishanu Lal SHARMA
33: IN 31: 0373/DEL/2013 32: 2013/02/08
54: CARBODITHIOATES WITH SPERMICIDAL
ACTIVITY AND PROCESS FOR PREPARATION
THEREOF
00: 57: The present invention relates to the synthesis
and biological evaluation of compound of formula I
as spermicidal agents, and its pharmaceutically
acceptable acid salt thereof. The invention provides
bis(4- substituted-1-piperazinylthiocarbonyl) disulfide
(when n = 0) and alkane-1,n-diylbis(4-substituted
piperazine-1-carbodithioate) (when n = 0, 1, 2 or 3)
as shown in figure 1 of the accompanying drawing.
These compounds are found to be useful for
spermicidal activity.
21: 2015/05636 22: 8/5/2015 43: 5/30/2016
51: B60T
71: Iveco Magirus AG
72: LEOKA, Georg, BAUR, Franz
33: EP(DE) 31: 13154922.2 32: 2013/02/12
54: SYSTEM FOR REDUCING THE BRAKE WEAR
OF HEAVY VEHICLES, IN PARTICULAR FOR
PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION OR FOR GARBAGE
COLLECTION
00: System for reducing the brake wear of heavy
vehicles, in particular for public transportation or for
garbage collection, the vehicle comprising a
pneumatic braking system for the actuation of the
brakes, the wear reducing system being
characterized in comprising limiting means (28, 29,
20, 161, 200, 201, 202, 203), suitable to be
activated, for limiting the air pressure within the
pneumatic braking system.
21: 2015/05637 22: 8/5/2015 43: 5/10/2016
51: C07H
71: Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
72: MARRAS, Salvatore, VARGAS-GOLD, Diana,
TYAGI, Sanjay, KRAMER, Fred Russell
33: US 31: 61/762,117 32: 2013/02/07
54: HIGHLY SELECTIVE NUCLEIC ACID
AMPLIFICATION PRIMERS
00: This invention discloses multi-part primers for
primer-dependent nucleic acid amplification
methods. Also disclosed are primer-dependent
nucleic acid amplification reactions, particularly DNA
amplification reactions, reaction mixtures and
reagent kits for such reactions. This invention relates
to primer-dependent nucleic acid amplification
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reactions, particularly DNA amplification reactions
such as PCR, and primers, reaction mixtures and
reagent kits for such reactions and assays
employing same.
21: 2015/05641 22: 8/5/2015 43: 5/19/2016
51: B60S, B66F, F16M
71: BOS FABRICATION ENGINEERING SERVICES
PTY LTD
72: VAN DEN BOS, Jurgen
33: AU 31: 2013200923 32: 2013/02/19
54: JACK ASSEMBLY
00: A jack assembly including a telescopic column
driven via a gear box, wherein: the gear box is
coupled to a rotary input of a drive mechanism that
extends and retracts the column; the gear box has
only a single input gear and a single output gear that
is coupled to the drive mechanism; and the input
gear has a connector adapted to be engaged and
driven by a portable, hand-held power tool. The
invention also relates to a jack assembly with a gear
box for use as a jockey wheel for attachment to a
towed vehicle, to raise and lower a draw bar of the
vehicle.
21: 2015/05680 22: 8/6/2015 43: 5/25/2016
51: A61B, A61F
71: SMITH & NEPHEW, INC.
72: HOUSMAN, Mark, Edwin, ARAI, Tatsuya,
KOSKI, Matthew, Edwin
33: US 31: 13/787,139 32: 2013/03/06
54: COMPOSITE INTERFERENCE SCREWS AND
DRIVERS
00: The present disclosure relates to an anchor (400).
The anchor includes a suture bridge (405) having a
proximal end and distal end. The distal end of the
suture bridge has a thickness greater than a
thickness of the proximal end of the suture bridge. At
least two ribs (406) extend from the proximal end of
the suture bridge to a proximal end of the anchor. At
least one open helical coil (403) wraps around the at
least two ribs and extends, substantially, from the
proximal end of the suture bridge to the proximal end
of the anchor. The at least one open helical coil
defines an internal volume communicating with a
region exterior to the anchor through apertures
between turns of the at least one open helical coil.
The at least two ribs are engageable with a grooved
shaft of a driver (30).
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21: 2015/05684 22: 8/6/2015 43: 5/19/2016
51: G06F
71: DISCOVERY LIMITED
72: MAYERS, HERSCHEL PHILLIP, RABSON,
KENNETH STEVEN, FRIEDLANDER, GARETH
33: ZA 31: 2014/05795 32: 2014/08/06
54: A SYSTEM AND METHOD OF MANAGING AN
INSURANCE PLAN
00: A system and method of implementing an insurance
plan includes receiving data relating to a life
insurance policy, the data including an identity of an
insured person, a foreign currency insured amount,
a foreign currency premium amount and an identity
of a beneficiary that will be paid out on the
occurrence of an insured event. The system
transmits a payment instruction to a financial
institution of the insured person to pay a local
currency value of the foreign currency premium to a
foreign currency account of the insurer. On the
occurrence of an insured event, the system
transmits a pay instruction to make a payment of the
foreign currency insured amount to the beneficiary.
21: 2015/05734 22: 8/11/2015 43: 5/27/2016
51: C07K B22F C22B G01N
71: MCMASTER UNIVERSITY
72: WYATT, Morgan, JOHNSTON, Chad,
MAGARVEY, Nathan
33: US 31: 61/751,984 32: 2013/01/14
33: US 31: 61/821,333 32: 2013/05/09
33: US 31: 61/830,762 32: 2013/06/04
54: METHODS FOR BINDING AND
PRECIPITATING GOLD USING MICROBIALDERIVED METALLOPHORES AND THEIR USES
00: The present application discloses metallophores that
complex soluble gold and generate solid gold forms,
including gold nanoparticles. In an embodiment, the
metallophores are microbial metabolites isolated
from organisms that are resistant to gold, or are
analogs thereof. Methods of using the metallophores
to extract and detect gold, along with detectors
comprising the metallophores are disclosed.
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21: 2015/05831 22: 8/12/2015 43: 5/25/2016
51: H01M
71: FLUIDIC, INC.
72: FRIESEN, Cody, A., KALAL, Peter
33: US 31: 61/763,423 32: 2013/02/11
54: WATER RECAPTURE/RECYCLE SYSTEM IN
ELECTROCHEMICAL CELLS
00: A system for managing water content in one or more
electrochemical cells, each comprising a plurality of
electrodes and a liquid ionically conductive medium,
includes a first gas-phase conduit for receiving
humid gas-phase associated with the
electrochemical cell. The system also includes a
desiccator unit communicated to the first air conduit
and configured for extracting water from the humid
gas-phase. The system additionally includes a
heater for selectively heating the desiccant to
selectively release extracted water from the
desiccator unit. The system further includes a return
conduit communicating the desiccator unit to the
ionically conductive medium for receiving extracted
water from the desiccator unit, and directing the
extracted water to the ionically conductive medium.
Other associated systems and methods are also
disclosed.
21: 2015/05880 22: 8/14/2015 43: 5/12/2016
51: A61K, A61P
71: AbbVie Inc.
72: BERNSTEIN, Barry M., DUTTA, Sandeep, LIU,
Wei, PODSADECKI, Thomas J., CAMPBELL,
Andrew L., MENON, Rajeev M., LIN, Chih-Wei,
WANG, Tianli, AWNI, Walid M.
33: US 31: 61/783,376 32: 2013/03/14
54: COMBINATION OF TWO ANTIVIRALS FOR
TREATING HEPATITIS C
00: The present invention features interferon- and
ribavirin-free therapies for the treatment of HCV.
Preferably, the treatment is over a shorter duration
of treatment, such as no more than 12 weeks. In one
aspect, the treatment comprises administering at
least two direct acting antiviral agents without
interferon and ribavirin to a subject with HCV
infection, wherein the treatment lasts for 12 weeks,
and said at least two direct acting antiviral agents
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comprise (a) Compound 1 or a pharmaceutically
acceptable salt thereof and (b) Compound 2 or a
pharmaceutically acceptable salt thereof.
21: 2015/05900 22: 8/17/2015 43: 5/30/2016
51: B65H
71: GRG Banking Equipment Co., Ltd.
72: LIANG, Guoyou, WU, Hongjun
33: CN 31: 201310072988.8 32: 2013/03/07
54: TEMPORARY STORAGE DEVICE FOR SHEET
MEDIUM
00: A temporary storage device applied to a financial
self-service apparatus for temporarily storing sheet
medium, the temporary storage device comprising: a
storage reel (201) for winding and storing sheet
medium, the storage reel (201) being a circular drum
having a cavity in the center thereof; a thin coil strip
(102) having one end fixedly connected to the outer
surface of the storage reel (201) for conveying and
winding the sheet medium on the storage reel (201)
for temporary storage; a recovery reel (101), the
other end of the thin coil strip (102) being fixed to the
outer surface of the recovery reel (101) for holding
the thin coil strip (102), and winding and recovering
the thin coil strip (102); a power motor (202)
arranged within the cavity of the storage reel (201) to
drive the storage reel (201) to rotate, and control via
a belt the recovery reel (101) to rotate; one end of
the storage reel (201) is provided with an opening for
the insertion of the power motor (202), and the other
end of the storage reel (201) is provided with at least
two air turbulence vanes (302) extending from the
outer wall of the storage reel toward the axis, and
forming a power motor support frame (301) near the
axis. The storage reel (201) of the sheet medium
temporary storage device has a simple design
structure, and can solve the problem of motor heat
dissipation.
21: 2015/05904 22: 8/17/2015 43: 5/30/2016
51: A45D, A61K, A61Q
71: L'Oreal
72: ALBISETTI, Nicolas, AUBRUN, Odile,
SPRINGINSFELD, Fabrice
33: FR 31: 1351477 32: 2013/02/21
54: DISPENSING DEVICE COMPRISING AN
AQUEOUS COMPOSITION IN GEL OR THICK
CREAM FORM
00: The present invention relates to a dispensing device
comprising: a) a container comprising a deformable
wall, and b) a composition stored in the container,
and comprising, in a cosmetically acceptable
medium: i) at least one aqueous phase, and ii)
optionally at least one oily phase, iii) at least one
structuring agent; the said composition having a
stiffness modulus G* > 5000 Pa, and c) a dispensing
head closing off the container and comprising an
application wall defining at least one product
dispensing orifice which is a slit. The present
invention also relates to a cosmetic process for
treating and/or caring for human keratin materials,
characterized in that it consists in applying to the
surface of the keratin material a composition
dispensed via the device as defined previously. The
present invention also relates to a cosmetic process
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for treating human perspiration and/or perspirationrelated body odour, which consists in applying to the
surface of a human keratin material a composition
dispensed via the device as defined previously.
72: FUNASAKA, Setsuo, OKADA, Toshimi,
TANAKA, Keigo, NAGAO Satoshi, OHASHI Isao,
YAMANE Yoshinobu, NAKATANI Yusuke, KAROJI
Yuki
33: US 31: 61/766,922 32: 2013/02/20
54: MONOCYCLIC PYRIDINE DERIVATIVE
00: -
21: 2015/06113 22: 8/21/2015 43: 5/27/2016
51: A61K, A61P, C07K
71: REGENERON PHARMACEUTICALS, INC.
72: MORTON, Lori, C., ECONOMIDES, Aris,
IDONE, Vincent, J.
33: US 31: 61/782,874 32: 2013/03/14
33: US 31: 61/883,218 32: 2013/09/27
54: HUMAN ANTIBODIES TO GREM 1
00: The present invention provides antibodies that bind
to human gremlin-1 (GREM1), and methods of use.
According to certain embodiments of the invention,
the antibodies are fully human antibodies that bind to
GREM1. The antibodies of the invention are useful
for inhibiting or neutralizing GREM1 activity, thus
providing a means of treating a GREM1 -related
disease or disorder such as fibrosis and cancer. In
some embodiments, the antibodies of the present
invention are used in treating at least one symptom
or complication of fibrosis of the liver, lungs or
kidney.
21: 2015/05941 22: 8/18/2015 43: 5/24/2016
51: A61K, A61P, C07D
71: Eisai R & D Management Co., Ltd.
21: 2015/06141 22: 8/24/2015 43: 5/19/2016
51: B65G
71: Kuka Systems North America LLC
72: LAURENCE, Kevin J., LAROSE, Michael P.
33: US 31: 61/781,147 32: 2013/03/14
54: FLEXIBLE CONVEYANCE SYSTEM
00: A conveyance system includes a plurality of feedforward track segments aligned end-to end, each
having an upwardly facing channel and at least one
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carrier drive member disposed in the channel. At
least one carrier is supported for movement along
the feed-forward track segments. Each carrier
includes at least one drive engagement member that
cooperates with the at least one carrier drive
member to move the carrier along the respective
feed-forward track segments. The conveyance
system may further include a plurality of return track
segments spaced from the plurality of feed-forward
track segments.
21: 2015/06265 22: 8/27/2015 43: 5/27/2016
51: G10L
71: FRAUNHOFER-GESELLSCHAFT ZUR
FÖRDERUNG DER ANGEWANDTEN
FORSCHUNG E.V.
72: DISCH, Sascha, GEIGER, Ralf, HELMRICH,
Christian, MULTRUS, Markus, SCHMIDT,
Konstantin
33: US 31: 61/758,090 32: 2013/01/29
54: APPARATUS AND METHOD FOR
GENERATING A FREQUENCY ENHANCED
SIGNAL USING SHAPING OF THE
ENHANCEMENT SIGNAL
00: An apparatus for generating a frequency
enhancement signal (140) comprises: a calculator
(500) for calculating a value describing an energy
distribution with respect to frequency in a core signal
(110, 120); and a signal generator (200) for
generating an enhancement signal (130) comprising
an enhancement frequency range not included in the
core signal, from the core signal (502), wherein the
signal generator (200) is configured for shaping the
enhancement signal or the core signal so that a
spectral envelope of the enhancement signal or of
the core signal depends on the value (501)
describing the energy distribution with respect to
frequency in the core signal.
21: 2015/06270 22: 8/27/2015 43: 5/27/2016
51: G10L
71: FRAUNHOFER-GESELLSCHAFT ZUR
FÖRDERUNG DER ANGEWANDTEN
FORSCHUNG E.V.
72: FUCHS, Guillaume, GRILL, Bernhard, LUTZKY,
Manfred, MULTRUS, Markus
33: US 31: 61/758,075 32: 2013/01/29
54: APPARATUS AND METHOD FOR
PROCESSING AN ENCODED SIGNAL AND
ENCODER AND METHOD FOR GENERATING AN
ENCODED SIGNAL
00: An apparatus for processing an encoded signal
(110), the encoded signal comprising an encoded
audio signal having information on a pitch delay or a
pitch gain, and a bass post-filter control parameter
(101), comprises: an audio signal decoder (110) for
decoding the encoded audio signal using the
information on the pitch delay or the pitch gain to
obtain a decoded audio signal (103); a controllable
bass post-filter (112) for filtering the decoded audio
signal (103) to obtain a processed signal (113),
wherein the controllable bass post-filter (112) has
the variable bass post-filter characteristic
controllable by the bass post-filter control parameter
(101); and a controller (114) for setting the variable
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bass post-filter characteristic in accordance with the
bass post-filter control parameter (101) included in
the encoded signal (102).
21: 2015/06314 22: 8/28/2015 43: 5/27/2016
51: G10L
71: FRAUNHOFER-GESELLSCHAFT ZUR
FÖRDERUNG DER ANGEWANDTEN
FORSCHUNG E.V.
72: DÖHLA, Stefan, GRILL, Bernhard, HELMRICH,
Christian, RETTELBACH, Nikolaus
33: US 31: 61/758,103 32: 2013/01/29
54: LOW-FREQUENCY EMPHASIS FOR LPCBASED CODING IN FREQUENCY DOMAIN
00: The invention provides an audio encoder and
method for encoding a non-speech audio signal so
as to produce therefrom a bitstream, the audio
encoder comprising: a combination (2, 3) of a linear
predictive coding filter (2) having a plurality of linear
predictive coding coefficients (LC) and a timefrequency converter (3), wherein the combination (2,
3) is configured to filter and to convert a frame (Fl) of
the audio signal (AS) into a frequency domain in
order to output a spectrum (SP) based on the frame
(Fl) and on the linear predictive coding coefficients
(LC); a low frequency emphasizer (4) configured to
calculate a processed spectrum (PS) based on the
spectrum (SP), wherein spectral lines (SL) of the
processed spectrum (PS) representing a lower
frequency than a reference spectral line (RSL) are
emphasized; and a control device (5) configured to
control the calculation of the processed spectrum
(PS) by the low frequency emphasizer (4) depending
on the linear predictive coding coefficients (LC) of
the linear predictive coding filter (2). Furthermore,
the invention provides a corresponding audio
decoder, a system, a method for decoding a
bitstream containing quantized spectrums and a
plurality of linear predictive coding coefficients and a
corresponding computer program.
21: 2015/06318 22: 8/28/2015 43: 5/27/2016
51: G10L
71: FRAUNHOFER-GESELLSCHAFT ZUR
FÖRDERUNG DER ANGEWANDTEN
FORSCHUNG E.V.
72: FUCHS, Guillaume, BÄCKSTRÖM, Tom,
GEIGER, Ralf, JAEGERS, Wolfgang, RAVELLI,
Emmanuel
33: US 31: 61/758,098 32: 2013/01/29
54: APPARATUS AND METHOD FOR
SYNTHESIZING AN AUDIO SIGNAL, DECODER,
ENCODER, SYSTEM AND COMPUTER
PROGRAM
00: A method and an apparatus for synthesizing an
audio signal are described. A spectral tilt is applied
to the code of a codebook (202) used for
synthesizing a current frame of the audio signal. The
spectral tilt is based on the spectral tilt of the current
frame of the audio signal. Further, an audio decoder
operating in accordance with the inventive approach
is described.
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21: 2015/06319 22: 8/28/2015 43: 5/27/2016
51: G10L
71: FRAUNHOFER-GESELLSCHAFT ZUR
FÖRDERUNG DER ANGEWANDTEN
FORSCHUNG E.V.
72: DIETZ, Martin, FUCHS, Guillaume, HELMRICH,
Christian, MARKOVIC, Goran
33: US 31: 61/758,191 32: 2013/01/29
54: LOW-COMPLEXITY TONALITY-ADAPTIVE
AUDIO SIGNAL QUANTIZATION
00: The invention provides an audio encoder for
encoding an audio signal (AS) so as to produce
therefrom an encoded signal (ES), the audio
encoder (1) comprising: a framing device (2)
configured to extract frames (F) from the audio
signal (AS); a quantizer (3) configured to map
spectral lines (SL1-32) of a spectrum signal (SPS)
derived from the frame (F) of the audio signal (AS) to
quantization indices (I0, I1), wherein the quantizer
(3) has a dead-zone (DZ), in which the input spectral
lines (SL) are mapped to quantization index zero
(I0); and a control device (4) configured to modify
the dead-zone (DZ); wherein the control device (4)
comprises a tonality calculating device (5)
configured to calculate at least one tonality indicating
value (TI5.32) for at least one spectrum line (SL132) or for at least one group of spectral lines (SL132), wherein the control device (4) is configured to
modify the dead-zone (DZ) for the at least one
spectrum line (SL1-32) or the at least one group of
spectrum lines (SL1-32) depending on the
respective tonality indicating value (TI5-32).
21: 2015/06420 22: 9/1/2015 43: 5/12/2016
51: A61K, A61P
71: SANOFI
72: MÜHLEN-BARTMER, Isabel, ZIEMEN, Monika
33: EP 31: 13290188.5 32: 2013/08/08
33: EP 31: 13306412.1 32: 2013/10/15
33: EP 31: 13305432.0 32: 2013/04/03
54: TREATMENT OF DIABETES MELLITUS BY
LONG–ACTING FORMULATIONS OF INSULINS
00: The application relates to an aqueous
pharmaceutical formulation for use in the treatment
of Type I or Type II Diabetes Mellitus, wherein the
treatment reduces the risk of nocturnal
hypoglycemia, said formulation comprising 200 –
1000 U/mL [equimolar to 200 –1000 IU human
insulin] of insulin glargine, with the proviso that the
concentration of said formulation is not 684 U/mL of
insulin glargine.
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21: 2015/06452 22: 9/2/2015 43: 5/24/2016
51: A61K, A61P, C07D
71: NOVARTIS AG
72: LIU, Gang, CHEN, Zhuoliang, CHO, Young,
Shin, LEVELL, Julian Roy, CAFERRO, Thomas
Raymond, COSTALES, Abran Q., MANNING,
James R., SENDZIK, Martin, SHAFER, Cynthia,
SHULTZ, Michael David, SUTTON, James, WANG,
Yaping, ZHAO, Qian
33: US 31: 61/783,210 32: 2013/03/14
33: US 31: 61/892,131 32: 2013/10/17
54: 3-PYRIMIDIN-4-YL-OXAZOLIDIN-2-ONES AS
INHIBITORS OF MUTANT IDH
00: The invention is directed to a formula (I), or a
pharmaceutically acceptable salt thereof, wherein
R1, R2a, R2b and R3-R7 are herein. The invention
is also directed to compositions containing a
compound of formula (I) and to the use of such
compounds in the inhibition of mutant IDH proteins
having a neomorphic activity. The invention is further
directed to the use of a compound of formula (I) in
the treatment of diseases or disorders associated
with such mutant IDH proteins including, but not
limited to, cell-proliferation disorders, such as
cancer.
21: 2015/06804 22: 9/14/2015 43: 5/30/2016
51: A61K, A61P, C07D
71: SUVEN LIFE SCIENCES LIMITED
72: JASTI, Venkateswarlu, NIROGI, Ramakrishna,
SHINDE, Anil, Karbhari
33: IN 31: 1199/CHE/2013 32: 2013/03/20
54: 5-AMINO-QUINOLINE-8-CARBOXAMIDE
DERIVATIVES AS 5-HT4 RECEPTOR AGONISTS
00: The present invention relates to novel quinoline
compounds of formula (I), and their pharmaceutically
acceptable salts and process for their preparation.
The compounds of formula (I) are useful in the
treatment of various disorders that are related to 5HT4 receptor agonists.
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21: 2015/07334 22: 10/2/2015 43: 5/30/2016
51: F22B, F23C
71: THE BABCOCK & WILCOX COMPANY
72: LARUE, Albert, D., STIRGWOLT, William, R.,
MARYAMCHIK, Mikhail, DESELLEM, James, F.,
HEIL, Karl, M., YODER, Jeremiah, J.
33: US 31: 61/810,960 32: 2013/04/11
33: US 31: 14/246,683 32: 2014/04/07
54: DUAL PHASE FUEL FEEDER FOR BOILERS
00: A dual phase fuel feeder is disclosed that can be
used to provide both solid fuels and liquid fuels to a
boiler, such as a fluidized bed boiler. The fuel feeder
includes a sloped chute which defines a solid
feedpath. Gas distribution nozzles are located at the
base of the fuel feeder, and secondary nozzles are
located so as to be able to distribute a liquid or
particulate fuel into the solid feedpath. This permits
the liquid fuel to contact the solid fuel and be carried
into the fluidized bed instead of becoming
suspended above the bed.
21: 2015/07454 22: 10/7/2015 43: 5/30/2016
51: B01D
71: THE BABCOCK & WILCOX COMPANY
72: JANKURA, Bryan, J., GADGIL, Mandar, R.
33: US 31: 13/962,761 32: 2013/08/08
54: SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR REDUCING
HALOGEN LEVELS NECESSARY FOR MERCURY
CONTROL
00: The present invention relates generally to the field of
emission control equipment for boilers, heaters,
kilns, or other flue gas-, or combustion gas-,
generating devices and, in particular to a new and
useful method and apparatus for: (i) reducing
halogen levels necessary to affect gas-phase
mercury control; (ii) reducing or preventing the
poisoning and/or contamination of an SCR catalyst;
and/or (iii) controlling various emissions. In another
embodiment, the method and apparatus of the
present invention is designed to: (a) achieve a
reduction in the level of one or more halogens, or
halogen-containing compounds, necessary to affect
gas-phase mercury control; (ii) achieve protection of,
increase the catalytic activity, and/or increase the
catalytic life span of an SCR catalyst; and/or (iii)
achieve control of various emissions from a
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combustion process.
21: 2015/07841 22: 10/21/2015 43: 5/30/2016
51: C22B
71: Midrex Technologies, Inc.
72: CHEVRIER, Vincent F.
33: US 31: 61/830,189 32: 2013/06/03
54: METHODS AND SYSTEMS FOR PRODUCING
FERRO-CHROME IN A DUPLEX FURNACE
00: A method for producing a high purity high carbon
molten chrome product from chrome and carbon
bearing material, said method comprising the steps
of: (a) continuously introducing chrome compacts
directly into an electric melter; (b) heating and
melting the chrome compacts in the electric melter at
a temperature of between about 1300° C to about
1700° C to form high carbon molten chrome; (c)
preventing oxidation of the high carbon molten
chrome via minimization of the ingress of oxygen
containing gas in said heating step; (d) carburizing
the high carbon molten chrome to form high carbon
molten metallized chrome; (e) purifying the high
carbon molten metallized chrome by reducing silicon
oxides to silicon and desulfurizing the high carbon
molten metallized chrome to produce the high purity
high carbon molten chrome product; and (f)
discharging the high purity high carbon molten
chrome product from the electric melter.
21: 2015/07935 22: 10/26/2015 43: 5/6/2016
51: H04W
71: Sony Corporation
72: FURUICHI, Sho, SAWAI, Ryo, KIMURA, Ryota,
UCHIYAMA, Hiromasa
33: JP 31: 2013-098247 32: 2013/05/08
54: COMMUNICATION CONTROL DEVICE,
COMMUNICATION CONTROL METHOD, AND
INFORMATION PROCESSING DEVICE
00: [Problem] To improve, with a small amount of
computation, the communication of a communication
node that uses a wireless resource (frequency
channel) in an environment in which there is
interference from communication involving a
communication node that is not a control subject.
[Solution] A communication control device equipped
with: an acquisition unit, which acquires, for each of
multiple communication nodes which are control
subjects, first interference information indicating first
interference from communication involving
communication nodes that are not a control subject,
and second interference information indicating
second interference from communication involving
other control subject communication nodes; and a
classification unit which, on the basis of the first
interference information and the second interference
information for the multiple communication nodes,
classifies the multiple communication nodes into
multiple groups associated with a determination of
the wireless resources that can be used by the
communication nodes.
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21: 2015/07983 22: 27/10/2015 43: 25/05/2016
51: G06Q
71: 1LIFE INSURANCE LIMITED
72: HILLMAN LAURENCE ANDREW and
THOMSON BRENT WILLIAM
33: ZA 31: 2014/07823 32: 2014/10/27,
54: A METHOD FOR REDEEMING A PRE-PAID
VOUCHER FOR AN INSURANCE POLICY
00: 57: The invention provides for a method for
redeeming a pre-paid voucher for an insurance
policy, the method comprises the steps of providing
a user with a prepaid voucher having a Personal
Identification Number (PIN) and a value; inputting
and transmitting the PIN into a mobile device of the
user, generating and sending a message from the
mobile device to a system of a designated service
provider; identifying the unique PIN associated with
the voucher; generating, sending and receiving
messages prompting a plurality of data messages
between the mobile device of the user and the
system thereby enabling the activation, validation
and registration of the insurance policy on the
service provider's system.
21: 2015/08811 22: 12/2/2015 43: 5/10/2016
51: H04W
71: Sony Corporation
72: FURUICHI, Sho, SAWAI, Ryo, KIMURA, Ryota,
UCHIYAMA, Hiromasa, USUI, Takashi
33: JP 31: 2013-171018 32: 2013/08/21
54: COMMUNICATION CONTROL APPARATUS
AND WIRELESS COMMUNICATION APPARATUS
00: [Problem] To achieve both the prevention of
detrimental interferences and the promptness of
power allocations under circumstances where a
plurality of secondary systems may be operated.
[Solution] Provided is a communication control
apparatus comprising: a calculation unit for
calculating the to-be-allocated transmission powers
of one or more secondary systems that secondarily
use frequency channels conserved for a primary
system, the to-be-allocated transmission powers
including reference transmission powers and further
including margins for interference avoidance; and a
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determination unit for determining a change in the
number of secondary systems and for causing the
calculation unit to adjust the margins for interference
avoidance on the basis of the amount of the
determined change.
21: 2016/00201 22: 11/01/2016 43: 22/06/2016
51: F42D
71: PARK, Allen
72: PARK, Allen
33: AU 31: 2013902178 32: 2013/06/17
54: BLASTING SYSTEMS & METHODS
00: 57: In one preferred form of the present invention
there is provided a method of stemming a blast hole
with a super absorbent polymer. The method
includes providing a super absorbent polymer
substance as a gelled length in the blast hole. The
gelled length provides a pressure wave reflecting
stem, to increase the efficiency of an explosive
during blasting with the explosive being located in
the blast hole.
21: 2015/09357 22: 12/23/2015 43: 5/9/2016
51: A61K, A61Q
71: LiQWD, Inc.
72: PRESSLY, Eric D., HAWKER, Craig J.
33: US 31: 61/861,281 32: 2013/08/01
54: METHODS FOR FIXING HAIR AND SKIN
00: Compositions, kits, and methods for repairing bonds,
for example, disulfide bonds, in hair or on the skin
are disclosed. The compositions provide improved
conditioning benefit for dry hair or moisturize the
skin. The compositions also provide a long lasting
moisturized feel and smooth feel to the skin or hair,
without feeling greasy. The compositions contain
one or more compounds that covalently bind at least
two thiol groups in the hair or on the skin. Use of the
binding compositions prevents reversion of the
repaired bonds to their free thiol state, for at least
one week or one month, or more, after a single
application of the composition. Improved methods of
styling hair, for example permanent hair waving, hair
curling, hair coloring or highlighting, and hair
straightening, are also provided.
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Copies of the application and representations cannot be supplied until application is registered and advertised. In
all correspondence reference should be made to the number of the application.
The particulars appear in the following sequence: Application number, full name of applicant, class, articles to
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CONTAINER
A2016/00992 - ATMOSPHERIC WATER SOLUTIONS Class 23. ATMOSPHERIC WATER GENERATOR FLOOR
UNIT
A2016/00997 - PETRUS JOHANNES VAN DER WESTHUIZEN Class 13. ELECTRICAL PLUG TOP ADAPTOR
WITH MECHANICAL/ COMPRESSION GLAND
F2016/00994 - PETRUS JOHANNES VAN DER WESTHUIZEN Class 07. TOOTHPASTE/ TUBE SQUEEZER
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F2016/00990 - CANVAS AND TENT MANUFACTURING (PTY) LTD Class 09. BASE STRUCTURE FOR A
CONTAINER
F2016/00996 - PETRUS JOHANNES VAN DER WESTHUIZEN Class 07. ELECTRICAL PLUGTOP ADAPTOR
WITH MECHANICAL/ COMPRESSION GLAND
A2016/00991 - CANVAS AND TENT MANUFACTURING (PTY) LTD Class 21. TENT
A2016/00986 - UNILEVER PLC Class 09. SACHET
A2016/00984 - TATA MOTORS LIMITED Class 12. VEHICLE
A2016/00985 - TATA MOTORS LIMITED Class 12. VEHICLE
A2016/00995 - PETRUS JOHANNES VAN DER WESTHUIZEN Class 07. TOOTHPASTE/ TUBE SQUEEZER
.
- APPLIED ON 7/19/2016 -
A2016/01002 - Axel BÜTTGEN Class 25. RETAINING WALL BLOCK ANCHORING ARRANGEMENT
F2016/01003 - Axel BÜTTGEN Class 25. RETAINING WALL BLOCK ANCHORING ARRANGEMENT
F2016/01004 - COLLEEN SHARON KRISHNAN Class 24. HOSPITAL TRAY
A2016/01001 - EVOTEC PLASTICS PROPRIETARY LIMITED Class 09. AEROSOL DISPENSERS
A2016/00999 - EVOTEC PLASTICS PROPRIETARY LIMITED Class 09. AEROSOL DISPENSERS
F2016/01000 - EVOTEC PLASTICS PROPRIETARY LIMITED Class 09. AEROSOL DISPENSERS
A2016/00998 - URBAN ARMOR GEAR, LLC Class 03. CASES FOR MOBILE DEVICES
.
- APPLIED ON 7/20/2016 -
F2016/01010 - NAVAS CONSULTING CC Class 06. SLAT FOR A BLIND
A2016/01013 - RHINO HIDE PTY. LTD Class 12. PROTECTIVE PLATE FOR A VEHICLE DOOR PANEL
A2016/01005 - PFIZER INC. Class 09. CONTAINER
A2016/01006 - PFIZER INC. Class 09. CONTAINER
A2016/01007 - GLAXOSMITHKLINE CONSUMER HEALTHCARE GMBH & CO.KG Class 04. TOOTHBRUSH
HANDLES
A2016/01016 - JOSE MIGUEL Class 09. A CONTAINER
F2016/01011 - NAVAS CONSULTING CC Class 25. SLAT FOR A BLIND
A2016/01008 - GLAXOSMITHKLINE CONSUMER HEALTHCARE GMBH & CO.KG Class 04. TOOTHBRUSH
HANDLES
A2016/01009 - NAVAS CONSULTING CC Class 25. SLAT FOR A BLIND
A2016/01012 - NAVAS CONSULTING CC Class 06. SLAT FOR A BLIND
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F2016/01015 - JOSE MIGUEL Class 09. A CONTAINER
F2016/01014 - RHINO HIDE PTY. LTD. Class 12. PROTECTIVE PLATE FOR A VEHICLE DOOR PANEL
.
- APPLIED ON 7/21/2016 -
A2016/01017 - CONSOLIDATED CONTAINER COMPANY LP, MILACRON LLC Class 09. CONTAINER
A2016/01020 - MARTIN HERMAN VAN WYK Class 25. PANEL FOR MODULAR FLOORING
F2016/01021 - MARTIN HERMAN VAN WYK Class 25. PANEL FOR MODULAR FLOORING
F2016/01023 - MARTIN HERMAN VAN WYK Class 25. PANEL FOR MODULAR FLOORING
A2016/01024 - MARTIN HERMAN VAN WYK Class 25. MODULAR FLOORING
A2016/01018 - OPTEX CO., LTD Class 10. HUMAN BODY DETECTOR
A2016/01026 - MARTIN HERMAN VAN WYK Class 25. PANEL FOR MODULAR FLOORING
F2016/01027 - MARTIN HERMAN VAN WYK Class 25. PANEL FOR MODULAR FLOORING
A2016/01019 - OPTEX CO., LTD Class 10. HUMAN BODY DETECTOR
A2016/01022 - MARTIN HERMAN VAN WYK Class 25. PANEL FOR MODULAR FLOORING
F2016/01025 - MARTIN HERMAN VAN WYK Class 25. MODULAR FLOORING
.
- APPLIED ON 7/22/2016 -
F2016/01028 - DEEBAR RAIL-VEYOR (PTY) LTD Class 12. CONVEYOR CARTS
ASSIGNMENTS IN TERMS OF SECTIONS 30, 29-REGULATIONS 37, 38 AND 40
No records available
CHANGE OF NAME IN TERMS OF REGULATION 41
No records available
CHANGE OF ADDRESS FOR SERVICE REGISTERED
No records available
CHANGE OF ADDRESS FOR PROPRIETOR REGISTERED
No records available
APPLICATION FOR THE RESTORATION OF A LAPSED DESIGN UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT
THE DESIGNS ACT, No. 195 OF 1993
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APPLICATION FOR THE RESTORATION OF A LAPSED DESIGN UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT
Notice is hereby given that HOWARD, BARRY of 34 BROMMERSVLEI ROAD, CONSTANTIA 7806
Has made application for the restoration of the design registered to the said HOWARD, BARRY for the design
entitled A JUNCTION BOX FOR DUCTING numbered A2007/01084, dated 02/07/2007 which became void on
02/07/2015, owing to the non-payment of the prescribed renewal fee.
Any person may give notice on Design Form No. 11 of opposition to the restoration of the design within two
months of the advertisement hereof
Registrar of Designs
Notice is hereby given that COETZEE, JOHN of Unit 19-20, New Port Business, Quartz Street, Kya Sanda
Business Park, Kya sands
Has made application for the restoration of the design registered to the said COETZEE, JOHN J for the design
entitled URINAL INSERT numbered F2012/01619, dated 14/09/2012 which became void on 14/09/2015, owing to
the non-payment of the prescribed renewal fee.
Any person may give notice on Design Form No. 11 of opposition to the restoration of the design within two
months of the advertisement hereof
Registrar of Designs
_________________________________________________________________________________________
Notice is hereby given that DE VOS THARINE GRETHE of 8 AILION CLOSE, WATERFORD ESTATE,
MAROELADAL, 2191
Has made application for the restoration of the design registered to the said DE VOS THARINE GRETHE for the
design entitled A CARRYING DEVICE numbered F2008/021546, dated 18/09/2008 which became void on
18/09/2015, owing to the non-payment of the prescribed renewal fee.
Any person may give notice on Design Form No. 11 of opposition to the restoration of the design within two
months of the advertisement hereof
Registrar of Designs
Notice is hereby given that DE VOS THARINE GRETHE of 8 AILION CLOSE, WATERFORD ESTATE,
MAROELADAL, 2191
Has made application for the restoration of the design registered to the said DE VOS THARINE GRETHE for the
design entitled A CARRYING DEVICE numbered F2008/021547, dated 18/09/2008 which became void on
18/09/2015, owing to the non-payment of the prescribed renewal fee.
Any person may give notice on Design Form No. 11 of opposition to the restoration of the design within two
months of the advertisement hereof
Registrar of Designs
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APPLICATION TO CORRECT AND/OR AMEND DESIGNS APPLICATION OR REGISTRATION
REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA
DESIGNS ACT, No. 195 OF 1993
TO CORRECT AND/OR AMEND DESIGNS APPLICATION OR REGISTRATION (SECTIONS 26, 27REGULATION 41)
THE DESIGN APPLICATION TO BE CORRECTED OR AMENDED IS NOT YET OPEN FOR PUBLIC
INSPECTION.THE PARTICULARS TO BE PUBLISHED SHALL BE THOSE SET OUT IN PART I. AN
APPLICATION FOR CORRECTION OR AMENDMENT SO PUBLISHED MAY NOT BE INSPECTED AND MAY
NOT BE OPPOSED
PART I
THE DESIGN APPLICATION TO BE CORRECTED OR AMENDED IS OPEN FOR PUBLIC INSPECTION.THE
PARTICULARS TO BE PUBLISHED SHALL BE THOSE SET OUT IN PART II. AN APPLICATION FOR
CORRECTION OR AMENDMENT SO PUBLISHED MAY BE INSPECTED AND MAY BE OPPOSED
PART II
Design No. : F2016/00588
Applicant: IDENTITY SIGNAGE MANUFACTURERES (PTY) LTD
Class: 25
Article to which the Design is to be applied. CLIP
Date of lodgment: 15/04/2016
Design No. : F2013/00714
Applicant: PORT – A-COOL, LLC
Class: 23
Article to which the Design is to be applied. EVAPORATIVE COOLING HOUSING
Date of lodgment: 19/04/2013
Design No. : F2015/01497
Applicant: NCM INNOVATIONS (PTY) LTD
Class: 08
Article to which the Design is to be applied. ROCK ANCHOR
Date of lodgment: 02/10/2015
Design No. : A2014/01518
Applicant: GOOD TRY (PTY) LTD
Class: 06
Article to which the Design is to be applied. A SET OF SAFE UNITS FOR A MODULAR SAFE
Date of lodgment: 08/10/2014
Design No. : A2014/01519
Applicant: GOOD TRY (PTY) LTD
Class: 06
Article to which the Design is to be applied. A SET OF SAFE UNITS FOR A MODULAR SAFE
Date of lodgment: 08/10/2014
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Design No. : A2014/01520
Applicant: GOOD TRY (PTY) LTD
Class: 25
Article to which the Design is to be applied. A SET OF SAFE UNITS FOR A MODULAR SAFE
Date of lodgment: 08/10/2014
Design No. : A2014/01521
Applicant: GOOD TRY (PTY) LTD
Class: 25
Article to which the Design is to be applied. A SET OF SAFE UNITS FOR A MODULAR SAFE
Date of lodgment: 08/10/2014
Design No. : A2014/01522
Applicant: GOOD TRY (PTY) LTD
Class: 20
Article to which the Design is to be applied. A SET OF SAFE UNITS FOR A MODULAR SAFE
Date of lodgment: 08/10/2014
NOTICE OF REGISTRATION OF DESIGNS
Notice of registration of the designs mentioned below has been issued by the Registrar of Designs in terms of the
Designs Act, 1993 (Act No. 195 of 1993)
INSPECTION OF DESIGNS
A design application, may after a notice of registration has been published, be inspected during office hours at the
Designs Office, Pretoria, at a charge of R3, 00
COPIES OF DOCUMENTS
The Designs Office, Private Bag X400, Pretoria, supplies photocopies of all design documents at R1, 00 per page.
(Payment to be affected by revenue stamps only.)
The numerical references denote the following: (21) Number of application. (22) Date of lodgement. (23) release
date (if applicable). (DR) Date of registration. (52) Class. (24) Type of design. (71) Name(s) of applicant(s). (33)
Country. (31) Number and. (32) Date of convention application. (54) Articles to which design is to be applied. (57)
Brief statement of features.
N.B.: Date of registration (DR) is either Date of lodgement (22) or Date of convention of application (32)
whichever is the earlier.
Registrar of Designs
21: A2014/00756 22: 2014-05-06 23:
43: 2013-11-25
52: Class 9 24: Part A
71: Saverglass
33: 002351353-0001 31: EU (FR) 32: 2013-11-25
54: BOTTLES
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57: The design is for a bottle, in particular for the
punt of a bottle. The features shown in dotted lines
do not form part of the design and are disclaimed.
The bottle has a cylindrical neck, a cylindrical body
having shoulders which flow smoothly into the body
and a base. A concave recess in the shape of a
truncated cone is provided in the centre of the base.
This centre recess forms the punt of the bottle. The
punt has six coaxial rings, the diameter of which
reduces consistently in the direction of the peak of
the punt, which generally confers a stepped
configuration to the punt. The peak of the punt is
dome- shaped.
project in a direction generally perpendicular to the
longitudinal axis. The neck includes a flared section
in the region of the attachment end, the diameter of
the flared section increasing towards the attachment
end. The neck tapers inwardly from the flared
section to its junction with the brushing portion.
Three-dimensional view
Three-dimensional view
21: A2014/01299 22: 2014-09-01 23:
43: 2014-03-13
52: Class 4 24: Part A
71: Koninklijke Philips N.V.
33: 002424069-0001 31: EU (NL) 32: 2014-03-13
54: BRUSH HEADS FOR ELECTRIC
TOOTHBRUSHES
57: The design is for a brush head for an electric
toothbrush. The brush head has a brushing end and
an attachment end. A brushing portion is provided
at the brushing end. A neck extends from the
brushing portion and terminates in the attachment
end. The neck defines a longitudinal axis of the
brush head. A plurality of bristles protrude from a
concave surface of the brushing portion. The
bristles are arranged in spaced apart clusters and
21: A2014/01959 22: 2014-12-22 23:
43: 2016-05-24
52: Class 28. 24: Part A
71: SOCIETE BIC
33: 002491910 31: EM 32: 2014-06-27
33: 002582940 31: EM 32: 2014-11-21
54: A Razor Handle
57: The design relates to a razor handle. The
features of the design for which protection is claimed
are those of shape and/or configuration and/or
ornamentation.
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52: Class 1 24: Part A
71: Hill's Pet Nutrition, Inc.
33: 29/497,268 31: US 32: 2014-07-22
54: PET FOOD PIECES
57: The design is for a pet food piece that comprises
a disc-shaped body with a flat base, having a raised
circular wall that tapers inwards slightly from the
base to an upper surface. The upper surface of the
body has a grid formation of recessed squares and
recesses with one curved side.
21: A2015/00041 22: 2015-01-21 23:
43: 2014-07-22
52: Class 1 24: Part A
71: Hill's Pet Nutrition, Inc.
33: 29/497,268 31: US 32: 2014-07-22
54: PET FOOD PIECES
57: The design is for a pet food piece that comprises
a frusto-conical body having a flat base. An upper
surface of the body has a grid formation of recessed
squares and recesses with one curved side. Walls
between recesses have tapered upper peripheries.
Three-dimensional view
21: A2015/00043 22: 2015-01-21 23:
43: 2014-07-22
52: Class 1 24: Part A
71: Hill's Pet Nutrition, Inc.
33: 29/497,270 31: US 32: 2014-07-22
54: PET FOOD PIECES
57: The design is for a pet food piece that comprises
a disc-shaped body with a flat base, having a raised
circular wall that tapers inwards slightly from the
base to an upper surface. A recessed spiral
formation is provided in the upper surface of the
body.
Three-dimensional view
21: A2015/00042 22: 2015-01-21 23:
43: 2014-07-22
Three-dimensional view
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21: A2015/00044 22: 2015-01-21 23:
43: 2014-07-25
52: Class 28 24: Part A
71: Colgate-Palmolive Company, Omron Healthcare
Co., Ltd.
33: 29/497,639 31: US 32: 2014-07-25
54: ORAL CARE IMPLEMENT APPARATUS
57: The design is for an oral care implement
apparatus comprising an elongate, generally
cylindrical body and a cap. At its one end the body
has a flat base with a central circular opening. The
cap fits over the other end of the body. The cap is
generally cylindrical in shape with a closed front end
and an open mouth towards a rear end portion
thereof. The front end of the cap is peripherally
bevelled with two spaced bevelled strips extending
along the length of the cap and a flattened surface
being defined between the bevelled strips. The
flattened surface extends onto a clip at the cap rear
end. A flattened, generally rectangular recess is
provided in the flattened surface. Two circular
openings are provided in the front end of the cap.
33: 29/497,639 31: US 32: 2014-07-25
54: ORAL CARE IMPLEMENT ACCESSORIES
57: The design is for an oral care implement
accessory comprising a cap. The cap is generally
cylindrical in shape with a closed front end and an
open mouth towards a rear end portion thereof. The
front end of the cap is peripherally bevelled with two
spaced bevelled strips extending along the length of
the cap and a flattened surface being defined
between the bevelled strips. The flattened surface
extends onto a clip at the cap rear end. A flattened,
generally rectangular recess is provided in the
flattened surface. Two circular openings are
provided in the front end of the cap.
Three-dimensional view
Three-dimensional view
21: A2015/00045 22: 2015-01-21 23:
43: 2014-07-25
52: Class 28 24: Part A
71: Colgate-Palmolive Company, Omron Healthcare
Co., Ltd.
21: A2015/00046 22: 2015-01-21 23:
43: 2014-07-25
52: Class 28 24: Part A
71: Colgate-Palmolive Company, Omron Healthcare
Co., Ltd.
33: 29/497,639 31: US 32: 2014-07-25
54: ORAL CARE IMPLEMENT ACCESSORIES
57: The design is for an oral care implement
accessory comprising a cap. The cap is generally
cylindrical in shape with a closed front end and an
open mouth towards a rear end portion thereof. The
front end of the cap is peripherally bevelled with two
spaced bevelled strips extending along the length of
the cap and a flattened surface being defined
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between the bevelled strips. The flattened surface
extends onto a clip at the cap rear end.
Top view
Three-dimensional view
21: A2015/00059 22: 2015-01-23 23:
43: 2014-07-25
52: Class 24 24: Part A
71: McNeil-PPC, Inc.
33: 29/497,535 31: US 32: 2014-07-25
54: SANITARY NAPKINS
57: A sanitary napkin comprises an elongate body
defining an upper body facing surface. The napkin
has longitudinally opposed rounded side tabs having
rounded ends and between which a central body
portion is located. The central body portion tapers
slightly inwardly towards a centre region, when seen
in plan. The central body portion is provided with an
oval shaped centrally located absorbent section
which is surrounded by two concentric peripheral
sections of different material and which are both oval
shaped in outline. The body includes a border that
is inwardly spaced from a perimeter of the body and
which extends around the perimeter of the side walls
and rounded ends.
21: A2015/00062 22: 2015-01-23 23:
43: 2014-07-25
52: Class 24 24: Part A
71: McNeil-PPC, Inc.
33: 29/497,535 31: US 32: 2014-07-25
54: SANITARY NAPKINS
57: A sanitary napkin comprises an elongate body
defining an upper body facing surface. The napkin
has longitudinally opposed rounded side tabs having
rounded ends between which a central body portion
is located. The body portion tapers slightly inwardly
towards a centre region, when seen in plan. The
body portion is provided with an oval shaped
centrally located absorbent section which is
surrounded by two concentric peripheral sections of
different material and which are both oval shaped in
outline. The body includes a border inwardly spaced
from a perimeter of the body which extends around
the perimeter of the napkin. A second border is
spaced inwardly from the first inner border and
extends around the perimeter of the napkin. A
plurality of arms extend out from an outer peripheral
section and branch out to provide a pattern on the
body facing surface.
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Top view
21: A2015/00063 22: 2015-01-23 23:
43: 2014-07-25
52: Class 24 24: Part A
71: McNeil-PPC, Inc.
33: 29/497,535 31: US 32: 2014-07-25
54: SANITARY NAPKINS
57: A sanitary napkin comprises an elongate body
defining an upper body facing surface. The napkin
has longitudinally opposed rounded side tabs having
rounded ends between which a central body portion
is located. The body portion tapers slightly inwardly
towards a centre region, when seen in plan. The
body portion is provided with an oval shaped
centrally located absorbent section which is
surrounded by two concentric peripheral sections of
different material and which are both oval shaped in
outline. The body includes a border inwardly spaced
from a perimeter of the body which extends around
the perimeter of the napkin. A second border is
spaced inwardly from the first inner border and
extends around the perimeter of the napkin. A
plurality of arms extend out from an outer peripheral
section and branch out to provide a pattern on the
body facing surface.
Top view
21: A2015/00064 22: 2015-01-23 23:
43: 2014-07-25
52: Class 24 24: Part A
71: McNeil-PPC, Inc.
33: 29/497,535 31: US 32: 2014-07-25
54: SANITARY NAPKINS
57: A sanitary napkin comprises an elongate body
defining an upper body facing surface. The napkin
has longitudinally opposed rounded side tabs having
rounded ends between which a central body portion
is located. The body portion tapers slightly inwardly
towards a centre region, when seen in plan. The
body portion is provided with an oval shaped
centrally located absorbent section which is
surrounded by two concentric peripheral sections of
different material and which are both oval shaped in
outline. The body includes a border inwardly spaced
from a perimeter of the body which extends around
the perimeter of the napkin. A second border is
spaced inwardly from the first inner border and
extends around the perimeter of the napkin. A
plurality of arms extend out from an outer peripheral
section and branch out to provide a pattern on the
body facing surface.
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Top view
21: A2015/00085 22: 2015-01-27 23:
43: 2014-07-31
52: Class 4 24: Part A
71: Colgate-Palmolive Company
33: 29/498,169 31: US 32: 2014-07-31
54: ORAL CARE IMPLEMENTS
57: The design is for an oral care implement in the
form of a headless toothbrush. The oral care
implement comprises a curved elongate body
including a handle and a neck. The handle curves
rearwardly at its top end where it merges
continuously with the neck which straightens
towards its top end. A connection line extends
peripherally between the neck and the handle and
has a steep arch at its rear. An oval grip formation is
provided on the handle beneath the connection line.
A plurality of bumps are provided on a surface of the
oval formation. Opposing arcuate formations are
provided on either end of the oval formation. A large
and a small round protuberance are provided on the
neck above the connection line. A free end of the
handle has a tip. Two further protuberances are
provided above the tip.
Three-dimensional view
21: A2015/00086 22: 2015-01-27 23:
43: 2014-07-31
52: Class 4 24: Part A
71: Colgate-Palmolive Company
33: 29/498,169 31: US 32: 2014-07-31
54: ORAL CARE IMPLEMENTS
57: The design is for an oral care implement in the
form of a headless toothbrush. The oral care
implement comprises a curved elongate body
including a handle and a neck. The handle curves
rearwardly at its top end where it merges
continuously with the neck which straightens
towards its top end. A connection line extends
peripherally between the neck and the handle and
has a steep arch at its rear. Opposing spaced apart
arcuate formations are provided on a front surface of
the handle beneath the connection line. A large and
a small round protuberance are provided on the
neck above the connection line. A free end of the
handle has a tip. Two further protuberances are
provided above the tip.
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Three-dimensional view
Three-dimensional view
21: A2015/00087 22: 2015-01-27 23:
43: 2014-07-31
52: Class 4 24: Part A
71: Colgate-Palmolive Company
33: 29/498,169 31: US 32: 2014-07-31
54: ORAL CARE IMPLEMENTS
57: The design is for an oral care implement in the
form of a toothbrush. The oral care implement
comprises a curved elongate body including a
handle, a neck, and a head. The handle curves
rearwardly at its top end where it merges
continuously with the neck which straightens to
become upright as it merges with the head. A
connection line extends peripherally between the
neck and the handle and has a steep arch at its rear.
An oval grip formation is provided on the handle
beneath the connection line. A plurality of bumps
are provided on a surface of the oval formation.
Opposing arcuate formations are provided on either
end of the oval formation. A large and a small round
protuberance are provided on the neck above the
connection line. A free end of the handle has a tip.
Two further protuberances are provided above the
tip.
21: A2015/00103 22: 23:
43: 2016-05-24
52: Class 25 24: Part A
71: SOUTHERN CROSS ENGINEERING
SUPPLIES CC
54: MODULAR STRUCTURE - ROOF PIECE
57: The novelty of the design as applied to a roof
member for a modular structure resides in the shape
and/or configuration thereof, substantially as shown
in the accompanying drawings/representations.
21: A2015/00352 22: 2015-03-05 23:
43: 2016-05-30
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52: Class 2 24: Part A
71: NIKE INNOVATE C.V.
33: 30-2015-0008838 31: KR 32: 2015-02-17
54: SHOE
57: The representation shows a perspective side
view of a portion of a shoe upper in the environment
of a shoe showing the overall appearance thereof.
21: A2015/00358 22: 2015-03-05 23:
43: 2016-05-30
52: Class 2 24: Part A
71: NIKE INNOVATE C.V.
33: 29/517,371 31: US 32: 2015-02-12
54: SHOE OUTSOLE
57: The drawing shows a perspective bottom side
view of a portion of a shoe outsole in the
environment of a shoe showing the overall
appearance thereof.
21: A2015/00416. 22: 04/03/2015. 23:
43:
52: Class 18. 24: Part A
71: VIRGIN ENTERPRISES LIMITED
33: -. 31:-. 32:-.
54: BRANSON FONT
57: The design relates to a typeface. The features of
the design are those of shape and/or configuration
and/or pattern and/or ornamentation. The font is the
actual handwriting of the founder of the applicant
and, as such is a reflection of his personality. The
Applicant is the owner of the one-of-a-kind brand
VIRGIN and as a result decided to create a one-of-akind bespoke Sir Richard Branson font. Sir Richard
Branson is the founder of the applicant. The font was
designed and created through using Sir Richard
Branson’s own unique handwriting. It is a very
informal yet clear typeface.
21: A2015/00448 22: 2015-03-17 23:
43: 2014-09-25
52: Class 28 24: Part A
71: Koninklijke Philips N.V.
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33: 002544601-0001 31: EU(NL) 32: 2014-09-25
54: SHAVERS
57: The design is for a shaver which has a generally
elongated S-shaped body comprising a handle
portion and a shaving head which protrudes
upwardly and forwardly from a top end of the body.
In side view, the body thickens slightly from a bottom
end towards the top. An oblong-shaped switch is
provided on the front of the body. An oblong shaped
feature is provided on the rear of the body. A series
of concentric shoulders extends around the top of
the body and down the sides giving the handle
portion a stepped profile when viewed in crosssection. The head has three equiangularly spaced,
circular blade arrangements which are spaced from
one another.
21: A2015/00524 22: 2015-03-30 23:
43: 2016-05-30
52: Class 2 24: Part A
71: NIKE INNOVATE C.V.
54: SHIRT
57: The drawing shows a perspective front view of a
shirt showing the overall appearance thereof.
Three-dimensional view
21: A2015/00480 22: 2015-03-25 23:
43: 2016-06-07
52: Class 14 24: Part A
71: SITA INFORMATION NETWORKING
COMPUTING CANADA INC.
33: 002548677 31: European Community 32: 201409-30
54: KIOSK
57: The design is to be applied to a kiosk. The
features for which protection is claimed are those of
shape and/or configuration, substantially as shown
in the representations.
21: A2015/00526 22: 2015-03-30 23:
43: 2016-05-30
52: Class 2 24: Part A
71: NIKE INNOVATE C.V.
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54: GARMENT
57: The drawing shows a perspective front view of a
jacket showing the overall appearance thereof.
21: A2015/00579 22: 2015-04-07 23:
43: 2016-05-30
52: Class 21 24: Part A
71: NIKE INNOVATE C.V.
54: GOLF CLUB HEAD FOR A PUTTER
57: The drawing shows a perspective top view of a
golf club head for a putter showing the overall
appearance thereof.
21: A2015/00548 22: 23:
43: 2016-06-07
52: Class 20 24: Part A
71: STEER, Gavin Milton
54: ADVERTISEMENT DISPLAY FRAME
ADVERTISEMENT DISPLAY FRAME
57: The features of the design for which protection is
claimed relate to the pattern, shape, configuration
and/or ornamentation provided by curved lines
forming outer, front edges of an advertisement
display frame as illustrated in the accompanying
representations. The features on the front and rear
side of a central backing portion are disclaimed.
21: A2015/00587 22: 2015-04-07 23:
43: 2016-05-30
52: Class 21 24: Part A
71: NIKE INNOVATE C.V.
54: GOLF CLUB HEAD FOR A PUTTER
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57: The drawing shows a perspective top view of a
golf club head for a putter showing the overall
appearance thereof.
21: A2015/00591 22: 2015-04-07 23:
43: 2016-05-30
52: Class 21 24: Part A
71: NIKE INNOVATE C.V.
54: GOLF CLUB HEAD FOR A PUTTER
57: The drawing shows a perspective bottom view of
a golf club head for a putter showing the overall
appearance thereof.
21: A2015/00616 22: 2015-04-07 23: 2014-10-27
43: 2016-05-30
52: Class 9. 24: Part A
71: VALENTINO S.P.A.
33: 002552398 31: EM 32: 2014-10-07
54: Container
57: The design relates to a container. The features
of the design for which protection is claimed are
those of shape and/or configuration and/or
ornamentation.
21: A2015/00735 22: 2015-05-05 23: 2014-05-07
43: 2014-05-07
52: Class 15 24: Part A
71: Hayward Industries, Inc.
33: 29/508,554 31: US 32: 2014-11-07
54: POOL CLEANERS
57: The design is for a pool cleaner. The pool
cleaner includes a generally cylindrical body
extending between a pair of transversely spaced
apart front wheels. A pair of rear wheels which are
disposed parallel to and laterally inwardly from the
front wheels are connected to the body by a pair of
rearwardly protruding arms. Each wheel includes
four spokes and a tread element comprising
circumferentially spaced transversely extending
radial ribs. A centrally disposed adaptor protrudes
upwardly from the housing, for connection to a hose.
A generally hexagonal shaped handle surrounds the
adaptor, and inclines upwardly from a front to a rear.
A transversely extending roller bar protrudes from
the housing, at a front bottom region thereof, for
abutment with a surface to be cleaned. A
transversely extending curved flap protrudes from
the housing, at a rear bottom region thereof.
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Three-dimensional view
21: A2015/00738 22: 2015-05-05 23: 2014-05-07
43: 2014-05-07
52: Class 15 24: Part A
71: Hayward Industries, Inc.
33: 29/508,541 31: US 32: 2014-11-07
54: POOL CLEANERS
57: The design is for a pool cleaner. The pool
cleaner includes a generally cylindrical body
extending between a pair of transversely spaced
apart wheels. Each wheel includes five spokes and a
tread element comprising circumferentially spaced
transversely extending radial ribs. A centrally
disposed adaptor protrudes upwardly from the
housing, for connection to a hose. A generally
square shaped handle surrounds the adaptor, and
inclines upwardly from a front to a rear. A
transversely extending roller bar protrudes from the
housing, at a front bottom region thereof, for
abutment with a surface to be cleaned. A
transversely extending curved flap protrudes from
the housing, at a rear bottom region thereof.
Three-dimensional view
21: A2015/00766 22: 2015-05-08 23:
43: 2016-05-30
52: Class 2 24: Part A
71: NIKE INNOVATE C.V.
54: SHOE MIDSOLE
57: The drawing shows a perspective side view of a
portion of a shoe midsole in the environment of a
shoe showing the overall appearance thereof.
21: A2015/00767 22: 2015-05-08 23:
43: 2016-05-30
52: Class 2 24: Part A
71: NIKE INNOVATE C.V.
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54: SHOE OUTSOLE
57: The drawing shows a perspective bottom side
view of a portion of a shoe outsole in the
environment of a shoe showing the overall
appearance thereof.
21: A2015/00768 22: 2015-05-08 23:
43: 2016-05-30
52: Class 2 24: Part A
71: NIKE INNOVATE C.V.
54: SHOE OUTSOLE
57: The drawing shows a perspective bottom side
view of a portion of a shoe outsole in the
environment of a shoe showing the overall
appearance thereof.
21: A2015/00769 22: 2015-05-08 23:
43: 2016-05-30
52: Class 2 24: Part A
71: NIKE INNOVATE C.V.
54: SHOE UPPER
57: The drawing shows a perspective side view of a
portion of a shoe upper in the environment of a shoe
showing the overall appearance thereof.
21: A2015/00793 22: 2015-05-15 23:
43: 2016-05-30
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52: Class 2 24: Part A
71: NIKE INNOVATE C.V.
54: SHOE MIDSOLE
57: The drawing shows a perspective side view of a
portion of a shoe midsole in the environment of a
shoe showing the overall appearance thereof.
21: A2015/00794 22: 2015-05-15 23:
43: 2016-05-30
52: Class 2 24: Part A
71: NIKE INNOVATE C.V.
54: SHOE UPPER
57: The drawing shows a perspective side view of a
portion of a shoe upper in the environment of a shoe
showing the overall appearance thereof.
21: A2015/00863 22: 2015-05-29 23:
43: 2016-05-30
52: Class 2 24: Part A
71: NIKE INNOVATE C.V.
54: SHOE UPPER AND MIDSOLE
57: The drawing shows a perspective side view of a
portion of a shoe upper and shoe midsole in the
environment of a shoe showing the overall
appearance thereof.
21: A2015/01116 22: 2015-07-24 23:
43: 2016-05-30
52: Class 2 24: Part A
71: NIKE INNOVATE C.V.
33: 29/515869 31: US 32: 2015-01-27
54: SHOE
57: The drawing shows a perspective side view of a
portion of a shoe upper in the environment of a shoe
showing the overall appearance thereof.
21: A2015/01140 22: 2015-07-29 23: 2015-06-19
43: 2016-05-30
52: Class 12. 24: Part A
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71: FERRARI S.P.A.
33: 002623256-0003 31: EM 32: 2015-01-29
54: Steering Wheel
57: The design relates to a steering wheel. The
features of the design are those of shape and/or
configuration and/or ornamentation.
21: A2015/01141 22: 2015-07-29 23: 2015-06-11
43: 2016-05-30
52: Class 21. 24: Part A
71: FERRARI S.P.A.
33: 002623272-0001 31: EM 32: 2015-01-29
54: Toy Car
57: The design relates to a toy car. The features of
the design are those shape and/or configuration
and/or ornamentation.
21: A2015/01172 22: 2015-08-03 23:
43: 2016-05-30
52: Class 28 24: Part A
71: RECKITT BENCKISER (BRANDS) LIMITED
33: 002646588-0001 31: European Community 32:
2015-03-05
54: NAIL CARE INSTRUMENT
57: The design is to be applied to a nail care
instrument. The features for which protection is
claimed are those of shape and/or configuration,
substantially as shown in the representations.
21: A2015/01315 22: 2015-09-01 23:
43: 2015-03-02
52: Class 10 24: Part A
71: Swatch AG (Swatch SA) (Swatch Ltd.)
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33: DM/085 750 31: HSIRID (CH) 32: 2015-03-02
54: WATCH BRACELETS
57: The design is for a watch bracelet, which
includes a band comprising a plurality of
interconnected elongate links. A first clasp member
is disposed at a first end of the band, for coupling
with a second clasp member, disposed at a second
end of the band. Each elongate link defines a pattern
of a pair of striations on an outer face thereof.
Three-dimensional view
21: A2015/01316 22: 2015-09-01 23:
43: 2016-05-27
52: Class 9 24: Part A
71: RECKITT BENCKISER (BRANDS) LIMITED
33: 002647685-0001 31: European Community 32:
2015-03-06
54: BOTTLE
57: The design is to be applied to a bottle. The
features for which protection is claimed are those of
shape and/or configuration, substantially as shown
in the representations. The broken lines are for
illustrative purposes only and form no part of the
claimed design.
21: A2015/01317 22: 2015-09-01 23:
43: 2016-05-27
52: Class 9 24: Part A
71: RECKITT BENCKISER (BRANDS) LIMITED
33: 002647685-0002 31: European Community 32:
2015-03-06
54: BOTTLE
57: The design is to be applied to a bottle. The
features for which protection is claimed are those of
shape and/or configuration, substantially as shown
in the representations. The broken lines are for
illustrative purposes only and form no part of the
claimed design.
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54: A SHAVING DEVICE
57: The design relates to a shaving device. The
features of the design are those of pattern and/or
shape and/or configuration and/or ornamentation.
21: A2015/01319. 22: 01/09/2015. 23:
43:
52: Class 28. 24: Part A
71: HASHVEER SINGH
33: -. 31:-. 32:-.
54: A SHAVING DEVICE
57: The design relates to a shaving device. The
features of the design are those of pattern and/or
shape and/or configuration.
21: A2015/01321. 22: 01/09/2015. 23:
43:
52: Class 28. 24: Part A
71: HASHVEER SINGH
33: -. 31:-. 32:-.
21: A2015/01322. 22: 01/09/2015. 23:
43:
52: Class 13. 24: Part A
71: SUNFOR TECHNOLOGIES
33: -. 31:-. 32:-.
54: SOLAR LAMP
57: The design relates to a solar lamp. The features
of the design are those of pattern and/or shape
and/or configuration and/or ornamentation.
21: A2015/01324. 22: 01/09/2015. 23:
43:
52: Class 26. 24: Part A
71: SUNFOR TECHNOLOGIES
33: -. 31:-. 32:-.
54: SOLAR LAMP
57: The design relates to a solar lamp. The features
of the design are those of pattern and/or shape
and/or configuration and/or ornamentation.
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21: A2015/01328 22: 2015-09-02 23: 2015-05-04
43: 2015-05-04
52: Class 11 24: Part A
71: GALUKU HOLDINGS AFRICA PROPRIETARY
LIMITED
54: Planters
57: The design relates to a planter, substantially as
shown in the accompanying representations.
21: A2015/01331 22: 2015-09-02 23:
43: 2016-05-27
52: Class 9. 24: Part A
71: DART INDUSTRIES INC.
33: 29/520,704 31: US 32: 2015-03-17
54: Detachable Container Handle
57: The design relates to a detachable container
handle. The features of the design are those of
shape and/or configuration.
Three-dimensional view
21: A2015/01330 22: 2015-09-02 23:
43: 2016-05-27
52: Class 9. 24: Part A
71: DART INDUSTRIES INC.
33: 29/520,706 31: US 32: 2015-03-17
54: Food Container with Handle
57: The design relates to a food container with
handle. The features of the design are those of
shape and/or configuration.
21: A2015/01332 22: 2015-09-02 23:
43: 2016-05-27
52: Class 9. 24: Part A
71: DART INDUSTRIES INC.
33: 29/520,691 31: US 32: 2015-03-17
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54: Container Seal with Tabs
57: The design relates to a container seal with tabs.
The features of the design are those of shape and/or
configuration.
21: A2015/01361 22: 2015-09-07 23: 2015-07-02
43: 2015-07-02
52: Class 12 24: Part A
71: BOLTON, Michele
54: WHEELBARROWS
57: The design is for a wheelbarrow. The
wheelbarrow has a fibre reinforced plastic load bin
which tapers from a rear toward a front in top view.
The load bin is integrally moulded with a chassis of
the wheelbarrow. The chassis comprises an outer Aframe and an inner H-frame which are welded
together. The H-frame is integrally moulded to an
underside of the load bin. Two parallel distal arms of
the H-frame curve upwardly and support an inclined
front face of the load bin. The wheelbarrow has a
large wheel mounted in conventional fashion
proximate an apex of the A-frame and two roughly
V-shaped curved legs which support the weight of
the load bin on either side of the A-frame. The load
bin diverges from a base to a peripherally extending
lip, a front edge of which is raised in comparison to a
rear edge.
21: A2015/01333 22: 2015-09-02 23:
43: 2016-05-27
52: Class 9. 24: Part A
71: DART INDUSTRIES INC.
33: 29/520,688 31: US 32: 2015-03-17
54: Container with Stacking Tabs
57: The design relates to a container with stacking
tabs. The features of the design are those of shape
and/or configuration.
Three-dimensional view
21: A2015/01369. 22: 08/09/2015. 23:
43:
52: Class 08. 24: Part A
71: THEUNIS JOHANNES PIETER BADENHORST
33: -. 31:-. 32:-.
54: SECURITY COVER FOR AN ELECTRIC GATE
MOTOR
57: The design relates to a security cover for an
electric gate motor. The features of the design are
those of pattern and/or shape and/or configuration
and/or ornamentation.
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71: THE TRUSTEES FOR THE TIME BEING OF
THE PHILIP EDWARD LAWRENCE RISI TRUST
54: INSULATOR SUPPORT
57: The features of the design for which protection is
claimed include the shape and/or configuration of an
insulator support substantially as shown in the
accompanying representations.
21: A2015/01376 22: 2015-09-09 23: 2015-03-10
43: 2016-05-27
52: Class 15. 24: Part A
71: MUNDIAL S/A PRODUTOS DE CONSUMO
54: Pump
57: The design relates to a pump. The features of
the design are those of shape and/or configuration.
Side view
21: A2015/01379 22: 2015-09-09 23:
43: 2015-09-09
52: Class 12 24: Part A
71: SUPERCART SOUTH AFRICA (PTY) LTD
54: A TROLLEY
57: The design is applied to a trolley. The features of
the design for which protection is claimed include the
shape and/or configuration and/or pattern and/or
ornamentation of a trolley substantially as shown in
the accompanying representations.
21: A2015/01378 22: 2015-09-09 23:
43: 2015-09-09
52: Class 13 24: Part A
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Three-dimensional view (front)
Three-dimensional view
21: A2015/01383 22: 2015-09-10 23:
43: 2015-09-10
52: Class 23 24: Part A
71: Finant No 17 CC t/a Trident Marketing
54: DRAUGHT REGULATORS
57: The design is for a draught regulator for
regulating a draught of wood or charcoal fires when
positioned over the fire. The regulator has a frustopyramidal shape and has a hollow open-ended body
which tapers from a broad, operatively lower end
toward a narrow, operatively upper end. The
regulator is formed from sheet metal which is folded
into the desired shape and joined along an edge of
the body. The body has a laterally extending slot
formed in one of the sides proximate the upper end
which is configured to receive a tool or handle
whereby the regulator can be manipulated when hot.
A mesh or grid may also be positioned inside the
regulator to serve as a platform for holding fuel in the
form of wood or charcoal. The regulator improves
the draught created over the fire and hastens the
onset of coals.
21: A2015/01384 22: 2015-09-10 23:
43: 2015-03-12
52: Class 12 24: Part A
71: Honda Motor Co., Ltd.
33: 2015-005440 31: JP 32: 2015-03-12
54: MOTORCYLES
57: The design is for a motorcycle. At a front
thereof, the motorcycle includes front forks, a front
fender and a windshield behind which a dual
headlamp arrangement is disposed. The windshield
defines a convex shielding surface. The motorcycle
includes an enduro-type handlebar with mirror units
provided on each side of the handlebar. A fairing
partially covers internal components of the
motorcycle and a pair of exhaust pipes that project
rearwardly upwardly from each side of the
motorcycle. The motorcycle includes a seat having a
front portion and a rear portion which are inclined
upwardly away from a central portion. The front
portion extends partially over a fuel tank. A cowl and
a rear fender, which is attached to a bottom of the
cowl, are provided at a rear of the motorcycle. The
rear fender includes a first, rearwardly projecting
portion and a second, downwardly rearwardly
projecting portion.
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21: A2015/01388 22: 2015-09-10 23:
43: 2016-05-27
52: Class 13. 24: Part A
71: VAN HORSTEN PROPERTY HOLDINGS
(PROPRIETARY) LIMITED
54: Turbine
57: The design relates to a turbine. The features of
the design are those of shape and/or configuration.
Three-dimensional view
21: A2015/01385 22: 2015-09-10 23:
43: 2015-09-10
52: Class 9 24: Part A
71: NORMANDIEN FARMS (PTY) LTD
54: DISPENSING CONTAINER ARRANGEMENT
57: The design is applied to a dispensing container
arrangement. The features of the design for which
protection is claimed include the shape and/or
configuration of a dispensing container arrangement,
substantially as illustrated in the accompanying
representations.
21: A2015/01389 22: 2015-09-10 23:
43: 2016-05-27
52: Class 15. 24: Part A
71: DWT HOLDING S.P.A.
33: 002650085 31: EM 32: 2015-03-10
54: Pump
57: The design relates to a pump. The features of
the design are those of shape and/or configuration.
Three-dimensional view
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21: A2015/01409 22: 23:
43: 2016-06-09
52: Class 12 24: Part A
71: GREAT WALL MOTOR COMPANY LIMITED
33: 201530057992.7 31: CN 32: 2015-03-11
54: VEHICLES
57: The design is for a vehicle in the form of a five
door sports utility vehicle.
21: A2015/01433 22: 23:
43: 2016-06-09
52: Class 12 24: Part A
71: GREAT WALL MOTOR COMPANY LIMITED
33: 201530102110.4 31: CN 32: 2015-04-17
54: VEHICLES
57: The design is for a vehicle in the form of a five
door sports utility vehicle.
21: A2015/01443 22: 23:
43: 2016-06-09
52: Class 9 24: Part A
71: HS AND Y ICE CREAM (PTY) LTD
54: FRAME
57: The design is applied to a frame. The features
of the design for which protection is claimed are
those of the shape and/or configuration of the frame
substantially as shown in the accompanying
representation.
21: A2015/01462 22: 23:
43: 2016-06-21
52: Class 7 24: Part A
71: PLASTIC KING CC
54: LIDS FOR BOWLS
57: The design is for a lid. Specifically it is a lid for a
bowl. The body of the lid is defined by a circular
shape having a series of rings around a planar inner
circle. A first ring around the inner circle, being in
the form of a wide ring, and is slightly raised above
the surface of the planar inner circle. The second
ring, being in the form of a thinner ring, is level to the
inner circle. The outer ring is raised to form a rim
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around the circumference of the lid, having a
downwardly protruding lip therefrom. The bowl
includes a semi-circular tab protruding from the rim
operable to open the lid.
21: A2015/01485. 22: 01/10/2015. 23:
43:
52: Class 15. 24: Part A
71: ZONKE ZAMA NDABA
33: -. 31:-. 32:-.
54: REFRIGERATOR
57: The design relates to a refrigerator. The features
of the design are those of shape, configuration,
ornamentation and/or pattern.
21: A2015/01500. 22: 05/10/2015. 23:
43:
52: Class 09. 24: Part A
71: NANDO`S BRANDS CORPORATION (PTY)
LTD
33: -. 31:-. 32:-.
54: BOTTLE
57: The design is to be applied to a container. The
features for which protection is claimed are those of
shape and/or configuration, and/or ornamentation,
substantially as shown in the accompanying
representations.
21: A2015/01486. 22: 01/10/2015. 23:
43:
52: Class 07. 24: Part A
71: ZONKE ZAMA NDABA
33: -. 31:-. 32:-.
54: STOVE AND EXTRACTOR SET
57: The design relates to a stove and extractor set.
The features of the design are those of shape,
configuration, ornamentation and/or pattern.
21: A2015/01519 22: 23:
43: 2016-06-20
52: Class 27 24: Part A
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71: FLAMAGAS, S.A.
33: RCD- 002676452-0002 31: ES 32: 2015-04-07
54: LIGHTER
57: The features of the design for which protection is
claimed are those of the shape and/or configuration
of the lighter substantially as illustrated in the
accompanying drawing.
21: A2015/01527 22: 23:
43: 2016-06-22
52: Class 13 24: Part A
71: POWER LOGIC SOUTH AFRICA (PTY) LTD
54: CELLPHONE CHARGER
57: The novelty of the design for which protection is
claimed resides in the shape and configuration of a
cellphone charger as shown in the publication
drawing.
21: A2015/01549 22: 23:
43: 2016-06-23
52: Class 7 24: Part A
71: PLASTIC KING CC
54: BOWLS
57: The design is for a bowl. Specifically it is a bowl
capable of being closed with a re-sealable lid. The
bowl is defined by a high body having a circular top
portion and a domed bottom portion extending
downwardly from the top portion. The bottom
portion tapers towards a flat circular base which
provides a surface for the bowl to stand on. The
circumference of the circular base is significantly
smaller than that of the circular top portion. The top
portion includes a step up, leading to a slightly
outwardly projecting rim portion.
21: A2015/01550 22: 23:
43: 2016-06-23
52: Class 7 24: Part A
71: PLASTIC KING CC
54: BOWLS
57: The design is for a bowl. Specifically it is a bowl
capable of being closed with a re-sealable lid. The
bowl is defined by a low body having a circular top
portion and a bottom portion extending downwardly
from the top portion. The bottom portion tapers
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towards a flat circular base which provides a surface
for the bowl to stand on. The circumference of the
circular base is marginally smaller than that of the
circular top portion. The top portion includes a step
up, leading to a slightly outwardly projecting rim
portion.
21: A2015/01551 22: 23:
43: 2016-06-23
52: Class 9 24: Part A
71: ASTRAPAK MANUFACTURING HOLDINGS
(PTY) LTD
54: CONTAINERS
57: The design is for a container. Specifically it is a
container that can be sealed to store its contents.
More specifically the container is in the form of a
yoghurt tub. The container has a tubular body with a
closed base. The body is teardrop shaped in crosssection, defining a pouring spout towards a front end
of the body. The top portion of the container has a
rim that can vary in shape and dimension.
21: A2015/01578 22: 23:
43: 2016-06-03
52: Class 9 24: Part A
71: Spec Tool & Die General Engineering CC
54: CAPSULE CONTAINER WITH TAMPER
EVIDENT LID
57: Protection is claimed for the features of shape
and/or configuration of a capsule container with
tamper-evident lid as shown as in the accompanying
representations.
21: A2015/01629 22: 23:
43: 2016-06-23
52: Class 29 24: Part A
71: ZYTEQ FIRE (PTY) LTD
54: FIRE DETECTOR CASING
57: The features for which protection is claimed are
those of shape and configuration as shown in the
publication drawing.
21: A2015/01630 22: 23:
43: 2016-06-23
52: Class 23 24: Part A
71: FITT S.P.A.
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33: 12826/2015 31: AU 32: 2015-06-02
54: A HOSE OF INDEFINITE LENGTH
57: The novelty of the design resides in the
ornamentation which includes two diametrically
opposed stripes applied to a hose of indefinite length
substantially as shown in the accompanying
representation.
21: A2015/01635 22: 2015-10-26 23:
43: 2016-06-23
52: Class 23 24: Part A
71: RECKITT BENCKISER (BRANDS) LIMITED
33: 002690198-0004 31: European Community 32:
2015-04-27
54: VOLATILE SUBSTANCE DISPENSER
57: The design is to be applied to a volatile
substance dispenser. The features for which
protection is claimed are those of shape and/or
configuration and/or pattern and/or ornamentation,
substantially as shown in the representations. The
broken lines are for illustrative purposes only and
form no part of the claimed design.
21: A2015/01636 22: 2015-10-26 23:
43: 2016-06-23
52: Class 23 24: Part A
71: RECKITT BENCKISER (BRANDS) LIMITED
33: 002690198-0005 31: European Community 32:
2015-04-27
54: VOLATILE SUBSTANCE DISPENSER
57: The design is to be applied to a volatile
substance dispenser. The features for which
protection is claimed are those of shape and/or
configuration and/or pattern and/or ornamentation,
substantially as shown in the representations. The
broken lines are for illustrative purposes only and
form no part of the claimed design.
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21: A2015/01637 22: 2015-10-26 23:
43: 2016-06-23
52: Class 23 24: Part A
71: RECKITT BENCKISER (BRANDS) LIMITED
33: 002690198-0003 31: European Community 32:
2015-04-27
54: REFILL BOTTLE AND WICK
57: The design is to be applied to refill bottle and
wick. The features for which protection is claimed
are those of shape and/or configuration and/or
pattern and/or ornamentation, substantially as
shown in the representations.
21: A2015/01638 22: 2015-10-26 23:
43: 2016-06-23
52: Class 23 24: Part A
71: RECKITT BENCKISER (BRANDS) LIMITED
33: 002690198-0002 31: European Community 32:
2015-04-27
54: REFILL BOTTLE AND CAP
57: The design is to be applied to refill bottle and
cap. The features for which protection is claimed are
those of shape and/or configuration and/or pattern
and/or ornamentation, substantially as shown in the
representations.
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21: F2012/00557. 22: 26/04/2012. 23:
43:
52: Class 19. 24: Part F
71: DEVLIN, MICHAEL
33: -. 31:-. 32:-.
54: SHAKER CUPS
57: The design is for a shaker cup which includes a
top portion, a cup portion, a compartment insert and
a cisrcular insert. The compartment insert can be
inserted inside the cup portion and defines three
cavities that can each be covered by attaching a lid.
The circular insert can be inserted inside the shaker
cup above the compartment insert.
21: F2014/01458 22: 2014-09-25 23:
43: 2016-05-24
52: Class 08. 24: Part F
71: BLUE HORIZON MINING PROPRIETARY
LIMITED
54: Hand-Held Drilling Machine Holding Frames
57: The design is in respect of a secondary subassembly for a narrow vein stope mining multiple
hand-held rock drilling machine holding frame. The
secondary sub-assembly has a wheeled suspension
between which two drilling machine feed telescopic
pneumatic cylinders are disposed, the cylinders
being located in a spaced apart arrangement in a
rectangular pair bearer channel. Shafts of the
respective cylinders extend through the pair bearer
channel and away from the wheels towards
respective mounting plates, each being configured to
seat a rear end of a hand-held rock drilling machine.
A face plate is inwardly spaced relative to the
cylinder shafts and an elongate slide shaft and
sliding bracket is connected thereto. A stabilizing
chain having multiple hinged portions extends in an
arcuate fashion between the mounting plates.
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21: F2014/01462 22: 2014-09-25 23:
43: 2016-05-24
52: Class 08. 24: Part F
71: BLUE HORIZON MINING PROPRIETARY
LIMITED
54: Hand-Held Drilling Machine Holding Frames
57: The design is in respect of a main sub-assembly
for a narrow vein stope mining multiple hand-held
rock drilling machine holding frame. The main subassembly, when viewed side-on, has a rectangular
body suspended above a repositioning mechanism
lying in a plane perpendicular to a plane in which the
body lies. In plain view, the repositioning mechanism
has a substantially square peripheral framework with
two cross-travel hydraulic cylinders linked to a cross
travel skid rail positioned there between. Two ram
jacks are centrally mounted to the body and extend
beyond borders of the body and the repositioning
system. A wheeled suspension system is located at
a front end of the body while a fixing means protrude
from a rear end of the body. Three equidistantly
spaced apart guiding slides extend between the front
and rear ends of the body and on either side thereof.
21: F2015/00104 22: 23:
43: 2016-05-24
52: Class 25 24: Part F
71: SOUTHERN CROSS ENGINEERING
SUPPLIES CC
54: MODULAR STRUCTURE - ROOF PIECE
57: The novelty of the design as applied to a roof
member for a modular structure resides in the shape
and/or configuration thereof, substantially as shown
in the accompanying drawings/representations.
21: F2015/00547 22: 23:
43: 2016-05-30
52: Class 20 24: Part F
71: STEER, Gavin Milton
54: ADVERTISEMENT DISPLAY FRAME
57: The features of the design for which protection is
claimed relate to the pattern, shape and/or
configuration an advertisement display frame as
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illustrated in the accompanying representations, with
emphasis on a central backing portion of the frame.
The features of a frame border to the outside of four
front-mounted hinged rails and the specific
arrangement of reinforcing formations on a rear side
of the backing portion are disclaimed
71: NIKE INNOVATE C.V.
54: GOLF CLUB HEAD FOR A PUTTER
57: The drawing shows a perspective top view of a
golf club head for a putter showing the overall
appearance thereof.
21: F2015/00550 22: 2015-04-07 23:
43: 2016-05-30
52: Class 21 24: Part F
71: NIKE INNOVATE C.V.
54: GOLF CLUB HEAD FOR A PUTTER
57: The drawing shows a perspective bottom view of
a golf club head for a putter showing the overall
appearance thereof.
21: F2015/00590 22: 2015-04-07 23:
43: 2016-05-30
52: Class 21 24: Part F
71: NIKE INNOVATE C.V.
54: GOLF CLUB HEAD FOR A PUTTER
57: The drawing shows a perspective bottom view of
a golf club head for a putter showing the overall
appearance thereof.
21: F2015/00586 22: 2015-04-07 23:
43: 2016-05-30
52: Class 21 24: Part F
21: F2015/00608 22: 2015-04-07 23:
43: 2016-05-30
52: Class 21 24: Part F
71: NIKE INNOVATE C.V.
54: GOLF CLUB HEAD FOR A PUTTER
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57: The drawing shows a perspective bottom view of
a golf club head for a putter showing the overall
appearance thereof.
21: F2015/00661 22: 23:
43: 2016-06-24
52: Class 9 24: Part F
71: MAGNETO IP HOLDINGS (PTY) LTD
54: A CONTAINER
57: The novelty of the design resides in the shape or
configuration of a container substantially as shown in
the accompanying representation.
21: F2015/00828. 22: 22/05/2015. 23:
43:
52: Class 23. 24: Part F
71: CINDY LEE NIBLETT
33: -. 31:-. 32:-.
54: PAPER DISPENSER
57: The design relates to a paper dispenser. The
features of the design are those of shape and/or
configuration.
21: F2015/01220. 22: 14/08/2015. 23:
43:
52: Class 08. 24: Part F
71: HENRI EMIL LOUIS MAURICE ZERMATTEN
33: -. 31:-. 32:-.
54: TOOL FOR A PRESS BRAKE
57: The design relates to a tool for a press brake.
The features of the design are those of pattern
and/or shape and/or configuration and/or
ornamentation.
21: F2015/01318. 22: 01/09/2015. 23:
43:
52: Class 28. 24: Part F
71: HASHVEER SINGH
33: -. 31:-. 32:-.
54: A SHAVING DEVICE
57: The design relates to a shaving device. The
features of the design are those of pattern and/or
shape and/or configuration and/or ornamentation.
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57: The design relates to a solar lamp. The features
of the design are those of pattern and/or shape
and/or configuration.
21: F2015/01320. 22: 01/09/2015. 23:
43:
52: Class 28. 24: Part F
71: HASHVEER SINGH
33: -. 31:-. 32:-.
54: A SHAVING DEVICE
57: The design relates to a paper dispenser. The
features of the design are those of shape and/or
configuration.
21: F2015/01323. 22: 01/09/2015. 23:
43:
52: Class 13. 24: Part F
71: SUNFOR TECHNOLOGIES
33: -. 31:-. 32:-.
54: SOLAR LAMP
21: F2015/01325. 22: 01/09/2015. 23:
43:
52: Class 26. 24: Part F
71: SUNFOR TECHNOLOGIES
33: -. 31:-. 32:-.
54: SOLAR LAMP
57: The design relates to a solar lamp. The features
of the design are those of pattern and/or shape
and/or configuration.
21: F2015/01359 22: 23: 2015-05-27
43: 2016-05-27
52: Class 21. 24: Part F
71: KINGMA, HENRY JOHN LESLEY
54: Sledge
57: The design relates to a sledge. The features of
the design for which protection is claimed are those
of shape and configuration of the sledge, and/or the
configuration of the skegs relative to the body of the
sledge.
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Three-dimensional view
21: F2015/01360 22: 2015-09-07 23: 2015-07-02
43: 2015-07-02
52: Class 12 24: Part F
71: BOLTON, Michele
54: WHEELBARROWS
57: The design is for a wheelbarrow. The
wheelbarrow has a fibre reinforced plastic load bin
which tapers from a rear toward a front in top view.
The load bin is integrally moulded with a chassis of
the wheelbarrow. The chassis comprises an outer Aframe and an inner H-frame which are welded
together. The H-frame is integrally moulded to an
underside of the load bin. Two parallel distal arms of
the H-frame curve upwardly and support an inclined
front face of the load bin. The wheelbarrow has a
large wheel mounted in conventional fashion
proximate an apex of the A-frame and two roughly
V-shaped curved legs which support the weight of
the load bin on either side of the A-frame. The load
bin diverges from a base to a peripherally extending
lip, a front edge of which is raised in comparison to a
rear edge.
21: F2015/01366. 22: 08/09/2015. 23:
43:
52: Class 08. 24: Part F
71: EARLE JOHN LOXTON
33: -. 31:-. 32:-.
54: A PROTECTIVE BUFFER STRAP
57: The design relates to a protective buffer strap.
The features of the design are those of pattern
and/or shape and/or configuration.
21: F2015/01372. 22: 24/07/2015. 23:
43:
52: Class 08. 24: Part F
71: BABILI NTULI
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33: -. 31:-. 32:-.
54: TOOLS AND HARDWARE
57: The drawing that is attached shows a pad bolt
that is design for free attachment of different
padlocks.
21: F2015/01373. 22: 24/07/2015. 23:
43:
52: Class 08. 24: Part F
71: BABILI NTULI
33: -. 31:-. 32:-.
54: TOOLS AND HARDWARE
57: The drawing that is attached shows a pad bolt
that is design for free attachment of different
padlocks.
21: F2015/01374. 22: 24/07/2015. 23:
43:
52: Class 08. 24: Part F
71: BABILI NTULI
33: -. 31:-. 32:-.
54: TOOLS AND HARDWARE
57: The drawing that is attached show a staple
shape which operates with two staples. The loose
staple is to lock the door or opening and the build in
staple is used to prevent the unlocked door or
opening to be locked.
21: F2015/01375. 22: 24/07/2015. 23:
43:
52: Class 08. 24: Part F
71: BABILI NTULI
33: -. 31:-. 32:-.
54: TOOLS AND HARDWARE
57: The drawing that is attached show a staple
shape which operates with two staples. The loose
staple is to lock the door or opening and the build in
staple is used to prevent the unlocked door or
opening to be locked.
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21: F2015/01382 22: 2015-09-10 23:
43: 2015-09-10
52: Class 23 24: Part F
71: Finant No 17 CC t/a Trident Marketing
54: DRAUGHT REGULATORS
57: The design is for a draught regulator for
regulating a draught of wood or charcoal fires when
positioned over the fire. The regulator has a frustopyramidal shape and has a hollow open-ended body
which tapers from a broad, operatively lower end
toward a narrow, operatively upper end. The
regulator is formed from sheet metal which is folded
into the desired shape and joined along an edge of
the body. The body has a laterally extending slot
formed in one of the sides proximate the upper end
which is configured to receive a tool or handle
whereby the regulator can be manipulated when hot.
A mesh or grid may also be positioned inside the
regulator to serve as a platform for holding fuel in the
form of wood or charcoal. The regulator improves
the draught created over the fire and hastens the
onset of coals.
Three-dimensional view
21: F2015/01386 22: 2015-09-10 23:
43: 2015-09-10
52: Class 9 24: Part F
71: NORMANDIEN FARMS (PTY) LTD
54: DISPENSING CONTAINER ARRANGEMENT
57: The design is applied to a dispensing container
arrangement. The features of the design for which
protection is claimed include the shape and/or
configuration of a dispensing container arrangement,
substantially as illustrated in the accompanying
representations.
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Three-dimensional view
21: F2015/01430. 22: 17/09/2015. 23:
43:
52: Class 08. 24: Part F
71: RIAAN VISSER
33: -. 31:-. 32:-.
54: DOUBLE ROLLER SNATCH BLOCK
57: Double roller pulley for mining application design
to minimise downtime by quick 180 turn to working
pulley encase of seizure of one of the 2 identical
units, After shift a spare identical unit can be put in
broken ones place with 2 security pins.
21: F2015/01444 22: 23:
43: 2016-06-09
52: Class 9 24: Part F
71: HS AND Y ICE CREAM (PTY) LTD
54: FRAME
57: The design is applied to a frame. The features
of the design for which protection is claimed are
those of the shape and/or configuration of the frame
substantially as shown in the accompanying
representation.
21: F2015/01577 22: 23:
43: 2016-06-23
52: Class 31 24: Part F
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71: KOMBO KING (PTY) LTD
54: FRYERS
57: The design is for a fryer, e.g. for frying food in a
cooking liquid such as oil. The fryer has a
rectangular load opening at its back and multiple
discharge chutes at its front, which can pivot
downwards to discharge fried food.
bracket, substantially as illustrated in the
accompanying drawings.
21: F2016/00101 22: 2016-01-27 23:
43: 2016-05-30
52: Class 8 24: Part F
71: WHILE, Jevon Andrew
54: BREAD BLADE GRINDING MACHINE
57: The design protection is in respect of the shape
and/or configuration of a bread blade grinding
machine as shown in the representations.
21: F2015/01631 22: 23:
43: 2016-06-23
52: Class 25 24: Part F
71: VAN DER LEEK, Robert Benjamin
54: COMPOSITE BEAMS
57: The design is for a composite beam comprising
an elongate top element and an elongate bottom
element that are spaced apart in a generally parallel
configuration, and undulating side elements attached
laterally to the top and bottom elements and
extending between the top and bottom elements.
21: F2015/01633 22: 2015-10-23 23:
43: 2016-06-23
52: Class 25 24: Part F
71: GLOBAL ROOFING SOLUTIONS (PTY)
LIMITED
54: ROOF BRACKET
57: The design is to be applied to a roof bracket. The
features of the design for which protection is claimed
include the shape and/or configuration of a roof
21: F2015/00800. 22: 18/05/2015. 23:
43:
52: Class 25. 24: Part F
71: ARTHUR RORY DONALD MILLS
33: -. 31:-. 32:-.
54: DELTAROD COMPOSITE MATERIAL
STRUCTURAL WALL SYSTEM
57: Composite material Rods of triangular crosssection combined and laminated in a unique way so
that a superior strength to mass ratio is achieved.
The resulting product is a structural walling system
of extreme lightness and strength that may be used
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for boat-hulls, Aircraft wings and fuselages, Tanks
(Pressure Vessels Included) and any other
application where extreme strength and lightness is
required and where the use of a mould is
undesirable. Deltarod comprises a triangular (cross
section - hence the term Deltarod) high density rigid
foam core, which is "shielded" with secondary tensile
fibres, such as glass, carbon, boron or other
selected tensile fibres that encapsulate primary
longitudinal fibres equally selected for suitability and
then laminated with the selected polyester,epoxy or
similar resin. The product is a Deltarod. Deltarods
may be made in any practical length. The limitation
of length is the limit of the production facility.The
unique and novelty of the Deltarod system is how
these rods are combined to make a lightweight high
strength-to-weight ratio structural walling system.
Depending upon the application, Deltarods may be
made with primary fibres concentrated on certain
selected sides or edges, so that those sides or
edges possess superior tensile characteristics.
Fishing rods are made in a similar fashion and I do
not claim this part of the Deltarod system as my
intellectual property. The IP lies in the way the
Deltarod is combined and the ability to make a
Deltarod with required structural characteristics,
resulting in a structural walling system that is
designed for one of many purposes, and/or a range
of specific applications
lifting lever marked "B" that is used to open and
close the resealable lid which has a reusable
adhesive exterior base marked "C" hereto that
attaches to packaging substratum.
21: F2015/00780. 22: 13/05/2015. 23:
43:
52: Class 15. 24: Part F
71: SHOVA DRILLING (PTY) LIMITED
33: -. 31:-. 32:-.
54: DRILL STEEL SHANK ADAPTOR
57: The features of the design for which protection is
claimed reside in the shape and/or configuration of
the drill steel shank adaptor substantially as shown
in the accompanying representations. Neither the
drill steel itself, nor the supporting rod elements, nor
the strike plate (indicated in broken lines) forms a
part of the design, and each of these components is
specifically disclaimed as forming part of the design
protection sought.
21: F2015/00896. 22: 05/06/2015. 23:
43:
52: Class 08. 24: Part F
71: MR MORNE JOHN DU PLESSIS
33: -. 31:-. 32:-.
54: PACKAGING, STORAGE SEALS, LIDS,
RESEALABLE PACKAGING
57: Protection is claimed for the features of shape
and/or configuration and/or pattern of a resealable
package device that attaches to any packaging as
appears in the attached diagram consisting of three
integers marked "A", "B" and "C". The lift table,
removable and tearable seal marked "A" acts as a
security and tamperproof device that attaches to a
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COPYRIGHT IN CINEMATOGRAPH FILMS
NOTICES OF ACCEPTANCE
(Applications filed in terms of Act No. 62 of 1977)
Any person, who has grounds for objection to the registration of the copyright in any of the following
cinematographs films, may within the prescribed time, lodge Notice of Opposition on Form RF 5 contained in the
Second Schedule to the Registration of Copyright in Cinematograph Films Regulations, 1980. The prescribed
time is one month after the date of advertisement .This period may on application be extended by the Registrar.
The numerical denote the following: (21) Official application number. (22) Date of application. (43) Date of
acceptance. (24) Date(s) and place(s) at which cinematograph films was made. (25) Date and place of first
publication. (71) Name (s) of all applicant (s). (75) Name of author. (76) Name of producer (77) Name of director
(54) Title of cinematograph film. (78) Name(s) of principal players or narrator. (26) Places at which cinematograph
film may be viewed and conditions. (55) Specimen lodged/Not lodged. (56) Preview requested/Not requested.
(57) Abstract (Storyline). (58) Category.
21: 2016/00015. 22: 29/06/2016 43: 2016/06/30
24: 28/10/2015 to 23/12/2015 Queensland, Australia
25: 23/06/2016; Aruba
71: Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc.
10202 W. Washington Blvd., Culver City, CA 902323195 United States of America
75: Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc.
76: Lynn Harris and Matti Leshem
77: Jaume Collect-Serra
54: THE SHALLOWS aka In The Deep
78: Blake Lively, Oscar Jaenada, Angelo Josue
Lozano Corzo, Jose Manuel Trujillo Salas
26:
55: Specimen lodged/Not lodged.
56: Preview Requested/Not requested
57: When Nancy is surfing on a secluded beach, she
finds herself on the feeding ground of a great white
shark. Though she is stranded only 200 yards from
shore, survival proves to be the ultimate test of wills,
requiring all of Nancy’s ingenuity, resourcefulness,
and fortitude
58: DRAMA
21: 2016/00017. 22: 07/07/2016 43: 2016/07/08
24: 04/05/2014 to 07/08/2014; Baton Rouge,
Louisiana.
25: 29/07/2015; Brussels, Belgium
71: TWENTIETH CENTURY FOX FILM
CORPORATION, a Delaware corporation 10201
West Pico Boulevard, Los Angeles, California,
90035, United States of America TSG
ENTERTAINMENT FINANCE LLC, a Delaware
limited liability company 5851 West Charleston
Boulevard, Las Vegas, Nevada. 89146, United
States of America.
75: Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation, a
Delaware corporation
76: Simon Kinberg, Matthew Vaughn, Hutch Parker,
Robert Kulzer and Gregor Goodman.
77: Josh Trank
54: FANTASTIC FOUR
78: Miles Teller, Michael B. Jordan, Kate Mara,
Jamie Bell, Toby Kebbell, Reg E. Cathey and Tim
Blake Nelson
26: By appointment with Adams & Adams
55: Specimen lodged/Not lodged.
56: Preview Requested/Not requested
57: Transported to an alternate universe, four young
outsiders gain superhuman powers as they alter
their physical form in shocking ways. Reed Richards
becomes Mr. Fantastic, able to stretch and twist his
body at will, while pal Ben Grimm gains immense
strength as the Thing. Johnny Storm becomes the
Human Torch, able to control and project fire, while
his sister Sue becomes the Invisible Woman.
Together, the team must harness their new abilities
to prevent Doctor Doom from destroying the Earth.
58: DRAMA
21: 2016/00018. 22: 07/07/2016 43: 2016/07/08
24: 23/03/2015 to 02/06/2015, Vancouver, Canada
25: 10/02/2016; London, United Kingdom
71: TWENTIETH CENTURY FOX FILM
CORPORATION, a Delaware corporation 10201
West Pico Boulevard, Los Angeles, California,
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90035, United States of America TSG
ENTERTAINMENT FINANCE LLC, a Delaware
limited liability company 5851 West Charleston
Boulevard, Las Vegas, Nevada. 89146, United
States of America.
75: Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation, a
Delaware corporation
76: Kevin Feige, Lauren Shuler Donner, Simon
Kinberg and Derek Hoffman;
77: Tim Miller
54: DEADPOOL
78: Reynolds, Morena Baccarin, Ed Skrein, T.J.
Miller, Gina Carano and Leslie Uggams
26: By appointment with Adams & Adams
55: Specimen lodged/Not lodged.
56: Preview Requested/Not requested
57: Wade Wilson (Ryan Reynolds) is former Special
Forces operative who now works as a mercenary.
His world comes crashing down when evil scientist
Ajax (Ed Skrein) tortures, disfigures and transforms
him into Deadpool.
58: DRAMA
21: 2016/00019. 22: 08/07/2016 43: 2016/07/11
24: 11/03/2015 to 08/05/2015; Atlanta, Georgia
25: 17/12/2015; New York, New York, United States
of America
71: TWENTIETH CENTURY FOX FILM
CORPORATION, a Delaware corporation 10201
West Pico Boulevard, Los Angeles, California,
90035, United States of America
MONARCHY ENTERPRISES S.a.r.l., a Luxemburg
corporation Kolinplatz 2, Zug, CH-6300, Switzerland.
75: TWENTIETH CENTURY FOX FILM
CORPORATION, a Delaware corporation;
REGENCY ENTERTAINMENT (USA), INC., a
Delaware corporation; MONARCHY ENTERPRISES
S.a.r.l., a Luxembourg corporation;
76: Ross Bagdasarian Jr., Janice Karman and Karen
Resenfelt
77: Walt Becker
54: ALVIN AND THE CHIPMUNKS: THE ROAD
CHIP
78: Jason Lee, Kimberly Williams-Paisley, Matthew
Gray Gubler, Justin Long and Jesse McCartney
26: On appointment with Adams & Adams
55: Specimen lodged/Not lodged.
56: Preview Requested/Not requested
57: The Chipmunks are happy to meet Dave’s new
girlfriend, Samantha. But her son, Miles, is another
matter. They think Dave is going to marry Samantha
and dread that Miles might be their step-brother.
Miles isn’t happy about it either. So together, the
Chipmunks and Miles set out to stop the
engagement before it happens.
58: COMEDY
21: 2016/00020. 22: 15/07/2016 43: 2016/07/19
24: 01/08/2014 to 31/10/2014; BRITS, PRETORIA,
SOUTH AFRICA
25: 01/12/2015; SOUTH AFRICA
71: EUDOXIA (PTY) LTD, 52 BREED STREET
DOORNPOORT, PRETORIA. 0017, South Africa
75: EUDOXIA (PTY) LTD
76: JOHANNES JAKOBUS GOMBAULT
77: JOHANNES JAKOBUS GOMBAULT
54: KHUMBULA-I WILL REMEMBER
78: MANIE KOHN, FRANS CRONJE, SUZI
ROCHFORD-BOTHA
26: The offices of MacRobert Incorporated. Film will
be screened in DVD format. Prior arrangement to be
made with Charl Groenewald at (012) 425 3586
55: Specimen lodged/Not lodged.
56: Preview Requested/Not requested
57: The story of the Film is that an African action
adventure, with a religious Christian undertone,
about a boy (‘Jamie’). This unfolds when Jamie gets
captured by game poachers. Jamie escape and
must survive in the South Africa bushveld, facing
various dangerous encounters, including a lion. In
trying to survive Jamie needs to remember
everything that his dad taught him in order to
survive. James an ex-special forces soldier, now
game ranger, sets out to save his son, while at the
same time having to win back the trust and love of
his ex-wife “Molly”
58: ACTION
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TRADE MARK CORRECTION NOTICES
The trade mark below under application number 2014/32509 was advertised in the May 2016 patent journal under
an incorrect class (class 16) and it should have been advertised under (class 35) but the publication date will
remain
25/06/2016.
These trade marks below were advertised in the November 2015 patent journal with incorrect
specifications and their correct specifications should have appeared as the follows: But their publication
date will remain 25/11/2015.
2014/14627 in class 35: Advertising, promotion, marketing, advisory and consultative services in relation to
tourism; advertising, business, marketing, publicity and promotion services; organization of exhibitions and trade
fairs for commercial or advertising purposes; distribution and merchandising services; and retail services; in the
name of SOUTH AFRICAN TOURISM BOARD of Bojanala House 90 Protea Road Chislehurston, Gauteng, 2196,
South Africa. Address for service: Norton Rose Fullbright South Africa of 15 Alice Lane, Sandton, 2196, South
Africa.
FILED: 09/06/2014
LILIZELA UNIVERSAL ACCESSIBILITY AWARDS
Associated with No: 2014/14626, 2014/14628, 2014/14629
2014/14628 in class 41: Organization of exhibitions and shows for cultural or educational purposes; arranging
and conducting of colloquiums, conferences, congresses, seminars, symposiums and workshops; organization of
competitions; entertainment services of all kinds and descriptions; educational services; sporting and cultural
activities of all kinds and descriptions; publication of online texts; in the name of SOUTH AFRICAN TOURISM
BOARD of Bojanala House 90 Protea Road Chislehurston, Gauteng, 2196, South Africa. Address for service:
Norton Rose Fullbright South Africa of 15 Alice Lane, Sandton, 2196, South Africa.
FILED: 09/06/2014
LILIZELA UNIVERSAL ACCESSIBILITY AWARDS
Associated with No: 2014/14626, 2014/14627, 2014/14629
2014/14914 in class 41: Organization of exhibitions and shows for cultural or educational purposes; arranging
and conducting of colloquiums, conferences, congresses, seminars, symposiums and workshops; organization of
competitions; entertainment services of all kinds and descriptions; educational services; sporting and cultural
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activities of all kinds and descriptions; publication of online texts; in the name of SOUTH AFRICAN TOURISM
BOARD of Bojanala House 90 Protea Road Chislehurston, Gauteng, 2196, South Africa. Address for service:
Norton Rose Fullbright South Africa of 15 Alice Lane, Sandton, 2196, South Africa.
FILED: 09/06/2014
LILIZELA B-BBEE AWARDS
Associated with No: 2014/14639, 2014/14915
Registration of trade mark shall give no right to the exclusive use of the phrase “B-BBEE AWARDS”, separately
and apart from the mark.
2014/14620 in class 35: Advertising, promotion, marketing, advisory and consultative services in relation to
tourism; advertising, business, marketing, publicity and promotion services; organization of exhibitions and trade
fairs for commercial or advertising purposes; distribution and merchandising services; and retail services; in the
name of SOUTH AFRICAN TOURISM BOARD of Bojanala House 90 Protea Road Chislehurston, Gauteng, 2196,
South Africa. Address for service: Norton Rose Fullbright South Africa of 15 Alice Lane, Sandton, 2196, South
Africa.
FILED: 09/06/2014
LILIZELA ETEYA AWARDS
Associated with No: 2014/14619, 2014/14621, 2014/14622
2014/14621 in class 41: Organization of exhibitions and shows for cultural or educational purposes; arranging
and conducting of colloquiums, conferences, congresses, seminars, symposiums and workshops; organization of
competitions; entertainment services of all kinds and descriptions; educational services; sporting and cultural
activities of all kinds and descriptions; publication of online texts; in the name of SOUTH AFRICAN TOURISM
BOARD of Bojanala House 90 Protea Road Chislehurston, Gauteng, 2196, South Africa. Address for service:
Norton Rose Fullbright South Africa of 15 Alice Lane, Sandton, 2196, South Africa.
FILED: 09/06/2014
LILIZELA ETEYA AWARDS
Associated with No: 2014/14619, 2014/14621, 2014/14622
2014/14604 in class 35: Advertising, promotion, marketing, advisory and consultative services in relation to
tourism; advertising, business, marketing, publicity and promotion services; organization of exhibitions and trade
fairs for commercial or advertising purposes; distribution and merchandising services; and retail services; in the
name of SOUTH AFRICAN TOURISM BOARD of Bojanala House 90 Protea Road Chislehurston, Gauteng, 2196,
South Africa. Address for service: Norton Rose Fullbright South Africa of 15 Alice Lane, Sandton, 2196, South
Africa.
FILED: 09/06/2014
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Associated with No: 2014/14603, 2014/14605, 2014/2014/14607
Registration of trade mark shall give no right to the exclusive use of the phrase “TOURISM AWARDS”, separately
and apart from the mark.
2014/14605 in class 41: Organization of exhibitions and shows for cultural or educational purposes; arranging
and conducting of colloquiums, conferences, congresses, seminars, symposiums and workshops; organization of
competitions; entertainment services of all kinds and descriptions; educational services; sporting and cultural
activities of all kinds and descriptions; publication of online texts; in the name of SOUTH AFRICAN TOURISM
BOARD of Bojanala House 90 Protea Road Chislehurston, Gauteng, 2196, South Africa. Address for service:
Norton Rose Fullbright South Africa of 15 Alice Lane, Sandton, 2196, South Africa.
FILED: FILED: 09/06/2014
Associated with No: 2014/14603, 2014/14604, 2014/14607
Registration of trade mark shall give no right to the exclusive use of the phrase “TOURISM AWARDS”, separately
and apart from the mark.
2014/14614 in class 35: Advertising, promotion, marketing, advisory and consultative services in relation to
tourism; advertising, business, marketing, publicity and promotion services; organization of exhibitions and trade
fairs for commercial or advertising purposes; distribution and merchandising services; and retail services; in the
name of SOUTH AFRICAN TOURISM BOARD of Bojanala House 90 Protea Road Chislehurston, Gauteng, 2196,
South Africa. Address for service: Norton Rose Fullbright South Africa of 15 Alice Lane, Sandton, 2196, South
Africa.
FILED: 09/06/2014
LILIZELA EXCELLENCE AWARDS
Associated with No: 2014/14603, 2014/14615, 2014/14616
Registration of trade mark shall give no right to the exclusive use of the phrase “EXCELLENCE AWARDS”,
separately and apart from the mark.
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2014/14624 in class 35: Advertising, promotion, marketing, advisory and consultative services in relation to
tourism; advertising, business, marketing, publicity and promotion services; organization of exhibitions and trade
fairs for commercial or advertising purposes; distribution and merchandising services; and retail services; in the
name of SOUTH AFRICAN TOURISM BOARD of Bojanala House 90 Protea Road Chislehurston, Gauteng, 2196,
South Africa. Address for service: Norton Rose Fullbright South Africa of 15 Alice Lane, Sandton, 2196, South
Africa.
FILED: 09/06/2014
LILIZELA ACCOMMODATION AWARDS
Associated with No: 2014/14622, 2014/14625, 2014/14626
2014/14625 in class 41: Organization of exhibitions and shows for cultural or educational purposes; arranging
and conducting of colloquiums, conferences, congresses, seminars, symposiums and workshops; organization of
competitions; entertainment services of all kinds and descriptions; publication of online texts; in the name of
SOUTH AFRICAN TOURISM BOARD of Bojanala House 90 Protea Road Chislehurston, Gauteng, 2196, South
Africa. Address for service: Norton Rose Fullbright South Africa of 15 Alice Lane, Sandton, 2196, South Africa.
FILED: 09/06/2014
LILIZELA ACCOMMODATION AWARDS
Associated with No: 2014/14622, 2014/14624, 2014/14626
2014/14617 in class 35: Advertising, promotion, marketing, advisory and consultative services in relation to
tourism; advertising, business, marketing, publicity and promotion services; organization of exhibitions and trade
fairs for commercial or advertising purposes; distribution and merchandising services; and retail services; in the
name of SOUTH AFRICAN TOURISM BOARD of Bojanala House 90 Protea Road Chislehurston, Gauteng, 2196,
South Africa. Address for service: Norton Rose Fullbright South Africa of 15 Alice Lane, Sandton, 2196, South
Africa.
FILED: 09/06/2014
LILIZELA IMVELA AWARDS
Associated with No: 2014/14618, 2014/14619 and with14616
2014/14618 in class 41: Organization of exhibitions and shows for cultural or educational purposes; arranging
and conducting of colloquiums, conferences, congresses, seminars, symposiums and workshops; organization of
competitions; entertainment services of all kinds and descriptions; educational services; sporting and cultural
activities of all kinds and descriptions; publication of online texts; in the name of SOUTH AFRICAN TOURISM
BOARD of Bojanala House 90 Protea Road Chislehurston, Gauteng, 2196, South Africa. Address for service:
Norton Rose Fullbright South Africa of 15 Alice Lane, Sandton, 2196, South Africa.
FILED: 09/06/2014
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LILIZELA IMVELA AWARDS
Associated with No: 2014/14617, 2014/14619 and with14616
2014/14610 in class 41: Advertising, promotion, marketing, advisory and consultative services in relation to
tourism; advertising, business, marketing, publicity and promotion services; organization of exhibitions and trade
fairs for commercial or advertising purposes; distribution and merchandising services; and retail services; in the
name of SOUTH AFRICAN TOURISM BOARD of Bojanala House 90 Protea Road Chislehurston, Gauteng, 2196,
South Africa. Address for service: Norton Rose Fullbright South Africa of 15 Alice Lane, Sandton, 2196, South
Africa.
FILED: 09/06/2014
Associated with No: 2014/14607, 2014/14611, 2014/14612
2014/14611 in class 35: Organization of exhibitions and shows for cultural or educational purposes; arranging
and conducting of colloquiums, conferences, congresses, seminars, symposiums and workshops; organization of
competitions; entertainment services of all kinds and descriptions; educational services; sporting and cultural
activities of all kinds and descriptions; publication of online texts; in the name of SOUTH AFRICAN TOURISM
BOARD of Bojanala House 90 Protea Road Chislehurston, Gauteng, 2196, South Africa. Address for service:
Norton Rose Fullbright South Africa of 15 Alice Lane, Sandton, 2196, South Africa.
FILED: 09/06/2014
Associated with No: 2014/14607, 2014/14610, 2014/14612
2014/14630 in class 35: Advertising, promotion, marketing, advisory and consultative services in relation to
tourism; advertising, business, marketing, publicity and promotion services; organization of exhibitions and trade
fairs for commercial or advertising purposes; distribution and merchandising services; and retail services; in the
name of SOUTH AFRICAN TOURISM BOARD of Bojanala House 90 Protea Road Chislehurston, Gauteng, 2196,
South Africa. Address for service: Norton Rose Fullbright South Africa of 15 Alice Lane, Sandton, 2196, South
Africa.
FILED: 09/06/2014
LILIZELA MINISTER AWARDS
Associated with no: 2014/14629, 2014/14631, 2014/14632
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2014/14631 in class 41: Organization of exhibitions and shows for cultural or educational purposes; arranging
and conducting of colloquiums, conferences, congresses, seminars, symposiums and workshops; organization of
competitions; entertainment services of all kinds and descriptions; educational services; sporting and cultural
activities of all kinds and descriptions; publication of online texts; in the name of SOUTH AFRICAN TOURISM
BOARD of Bojanala House 90 Protea Road Chislehurston, Gauteng, 2196, South Africa. Address for service:
Norton Rose Fullbright South Africa of 15 Alice Lane, Sandton, 2196, South Africa.
FILED: 09/06/2014
LILIZELA MINISTER AWARDS
Associated with No: 2014/14629, 2014/14630, 2014/14632
The trade mark under application number 2014/14639 was advertised in the October 2015 patent journal
with an incorrect specification and it should have appeared as the one below but the publication date will
remain 28/10/2015.
2014/14639 in class 35: Advertising, promotion, marketing, advisory and consultative services in relation to
tourism; advertising, business, marketing, publicity and promotion services; organization of exhibitions and trade
fairs for commercial or advertising purposes; distribution and merchandising services; and retail services; in the
name of SOUTH AFRICAN TOURISM BOARD of Bojanala House 90 Protea Road Chislehurston, Gauteng, 2196,
South Africa. Address for service: Norton Rose Fullbright South Africa of 15 Alice Lane, Sandton, 2196, South
Africa.
FILED: 09/06/2014
LILIZELA B-BBEE AWARDS
Associated with No: 2014/14638
Registration of trade mark shall give no right to the exclusive use of the phrase “B-BBEE AWARDS”, separately
and apart from the mark.
The trade mark under application number 2014/14615 was advertised in the June 2016 patent journal with
an incorrect specification and it should have appeared as the one below but the publication date will
remain 29/06/2016.
2014/14615 in class 41: Organization of exhibitions and shows for cultural or educational purposes; arranging
and conducting of colloquiums, conferences, congresses, seminars, symposiums and workshops; organization of
competitions; entertainment services of all kinds and descriptions; educational services; sporting and cultural
activities of all kinds and descriptions; publication of online texts; in the name of SOUTH AFRICAN TOURISM
BOARD of Bojanala House 90 Protea Road Chislehurston, Gauteng, 2196, South Africa. Address for service:
Norton Rose Fullbright South Africa of 15 Alice Lane, Sandton, 2196, South Africa.
FILED: 09/06/2014
LILIZELA EXCELLENCE AWARDS
Associated with No: 2014/14603, 2014/14614, 2014/14616
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Registration of trade mark shall give no right to the exclusive use of the phrase “EXCELLENCE AWARDS”,
separately and apart from the mark.
The following trade mark restorations under application number 2005/04649, 2005/04650, 2005/04651 &
2005/04652 were advertised in the June 2016 patent journal without devices/logos. They have been re-advertised
in the July 2016 patent journal and their new and valid publication date will be 27/07/2016.
PATENT CORRECTION NOTICES
The patent under application number 2014/00579 was advertised in the June 2016 patent journal with an incorrect
name of the applicant which read as Astrium GmbH and the correct name should have appeared as AIRBUS DS
GmbH. The publication date of this application will remain the 29/06/2016.
DESIGNS CORRECTION NOTICES
No records available
COPYRIGHT CORRECTION NOTICES
No records available
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Advertisement List for July 2016
Number of Advertised Patents: 429
Application Number
2007/00895
2007/05521
2007/08066
2008/04813
2010/05117
2010/08392
2011/00758
2011/03618
2011/04625
2011/05291
2011/05633
2011/06004
2011/06084
2012/01091
2012/04215
2012/04216
2012/04636
Patent Title
POLYPEPTIDE
ELECTRIC INDUCTION IMPEDER
METHOD FOR TREATING
PROSTATE DISEASE BASED ON
LOCAL DELIVERY OF ACTIVE
SUBSTANCES
THICK FILM SEMICONDUCTING
INKS
SYNTHETIC TRITERPENOIDS AND
METHODS OF USE IN THE
TREATMENT OF DISEASE
TREATMENT OF PLURIPOTENT
CELLS
DIFFERENTIATION OF
PLURIPOTENT STEM CELLS
COMPOSITIONS COMPRISING 1ARYLPYRAZOLE ALONE OR IN
COMBINATION WITH FORMAMIDINE
FOR THE TREATMENT OF
PARASITIC INFECTION
COMPANION ANIMAL
COMPOSITIONS INCLUDING
PYRUVIC ACID AND SALTS
THEREOF AND METHODS OF USE
THEREOF
LIQUID RING PUMP WITH LINER
MICRO-RELIEF STRUCTURES
APPARATUS FOR INJECTING A
PHARMACEUTICAL WITH
AUTOMATIC SYRINGE
RETRACTION FOLLOWING
INJECTION
NUTRITIONAL COMPOSITION FOR
INFANTS
A STACKABLE PLANT CONTAINER
SYSTEM
COMPOSITIONS AND PROCESSES
FOR IMPROVING PHOSPHATATION
CLARIFICATION OF SUGAR
LIQUORS AND SYRUPS
COMPOSITIONS AND PROCESSES
FOR IMPROVING CARBONATATION
CLARIFICATION OF SUGAR
LIQUORS AND SYRUPS
HAEMODIALYSIS MACHINE
RETROFIT AND CONTROL
INSTALLATION AND USE THEREOF
Filing Date
Jan 31 2007
Jul 5 2007
Sep 19 2007
Dec 18 2006
Jul 19 2010
Nov 23 2010
Jan 28 2011
May 17 2011
Jun 22 2011
Jul 18 2011
Jul 29 2011
Aug 16 2011
Aug 18 2011
15/02/2012
Nov 11 2010
Nov 11 2010
Jun 20 2012
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Application Number
2012/05915
2012/06264
2012/07010
2012/08455
2012/09124
2013/00252
2013/00527
2013/00550
2013/01338
2013/02432
2013/02901
2013/03483
2013/03501
2013/03573
2013/04747
2013/04756
2013/04780
2013/04810
2013/04812
CIPC PATENT JOURNAL
Patent Title
FOR THE TREATMENT OF
PROLIFERATIVE DISORDERS
HIGHLY ABSORBENT AND
RETENTIVE FIBER MATERIAL
CRYSTALLINE FORMS FOR 5AMINO-2,3-DIHYDROPHTHALAZINE1,4-DIONE SODIUM SALT,
PHARMACEUTICAL PREPARATIONS
CONTAINING THE SAME AND
METHOD FOR THE PRODUCTION
OF SAID FORMS
INTELLIGENT NETWORK
STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS
LEUKOCIDINS, THERAPEUTIC
COMPOSITIONS, AND USES
THEREOF
PROCESS FOR PRODUCING
MICROCAPSULES
HINGED LID FOR BATTERY
COMPARTMENT IN A MANUALLY
ROTATABLE ADJUSTMENT KNOB
EARLY APPLICATIONS OF
ENCAPSULATED ACETAMIDES FOR
REDUCED INJURY IN CROPS
HANDLE FOR A PLASTIC BOTTLE
ANTIBODIES TO MATRIX
METALLOPROTEINASE 9
PHOSPHOSPECIFIC ANTIBODIES
RECOGNISING TAU
METHOD FOR HIGH-THROUGHPUT
IDENTIFICATION OF MICROBIAL
ANTAGONISTS AGAINST
PATHOGENS
AZAADAMANTANE DERIVATIVES
AND THEIR USES AS NICOTINIC
ACETYLCHOLINE RECEPTORS
LIGANDS
TREATMENT OF CANCER WITH
ELEVATED DOSAGES OF SOLUBLE
FGFR1 FUSION PROTEINS
FGFR1 EXTRACELLULAR DOMAIN
COMBINATION THERAPIES
ANTISKINNING COMPOSITIONS
HETEROCYCLIC COMPOUNDS AND
THEIR USE AS GLYCOGEN
SYNTHASE KINASE-3 INHIBITORS
IMAGE PROCESSING DEVICE AND
IMAGE PROCESSING METHOD
INK-JET PRINTER FOR PRINTING
ON CARDS
INK-JET PRINTER FOR PRINTING
ON CARDS
Filing Date
Jan 5 2011
Aug 20 2012
Sep 18 2012
May 5 2011
Dec 3 2012
Jan 10 2013
Jan 21 2013
Jan 21 2013
Feb 20 2013
Oct 7 2011
Oct 25 2011
May 13 2013
Nov 14 2011
Nov 14 2011
Jan 6 2012
Jun 25 2013
Jun 26 2013
Jun 27 2013
Jun 27 2013
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Application Number
2013/05060
2013/05118
2013/05127
2013/05282
2013/05285
2013/05318
2013/05431
2013/05493
2013/05495
2013/05502
2013/05624
2013/05692
2013/05998
2013/06004
2013/06054
2013/06193
2013/06197
2013/06276
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Patent Title
PYRAZOLYL AND PYRIMIDINYL
TRICYCLIC ENONES AS
ANTIOXIDANT INFLAMMATION
MODULATORS
INK JET PRINTING METHOD
QUANTITATION OF LACTOFERRIN
IN INFANT FORMULAS BY
ELECTROPHORESIS USING IR
FLUORESCENCE IMAGING
MUTANT INTERLEUKIN-2
POLYPEPTIDES
ORAL CARE COMPOSITIONS
PROCESS FOR REDUCING THE
BENZENE CONTENT OF GASOLINE
DEVICE AND METHOD FOR
QUANTIZING THE GAINS OF THE
ADAPTIVE AND FIXED
CONTRIBUTIONS OF THE
EXCITATION IN A CELP CODEC
NOVEL COMPOUNDS AND THEIR
EFFECTS ON FEEDING BEHAVIOUR
COMPOUNDS AND THEIR USE AS
BACE INHIBITORS
SYSTEM OF A CONTAINER FOR
STORING AND DISPENSING A
PRODUCT AND A MACHINE FOR
DOSING THE PRODUCT
TURBOCHARGER CONTROL
STRATEGY TO INCREASE
EXHAUST MANIFOLD PRESSURE
METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR
MEASURING THE REFLECTION
PROPERTIES OF A REFLECTOR
ADAM6 MICE
INTEGRATED RECIRCULATING
FUEL CELL SYSTEM
COMPOSITIONS AND METHODS
FOR DIAGNOSING AND TREATING
KIDNEY DISORDERS IN A FELINE
2-METHOXY-PYRIDIN-4-YL
DERIVATIVES
CENTROMERE SEQUENCES
DERIVED FROM SUGAR CANE AND
MINICHROMOSOMES COMPRISING
THE SAME
SPORULATION-DEFICIENT B.
TEXASPORUS CELLS AND
METHODS FOR EFFICIENT AND
COST-EFFECTIVE INACTIVATION
AND USE THEREOF
Filing Date
Jul 5 2013
Jul 8 2013
Jul 8 2013
Jul 12 2013
Jul 12 2013
Jul 15 2013
Jul 18 2013
Jul 19 2013
Jul 19 2013
Jul 19 2013
Jul 24 2013
Jul 26 2013
Aug 8 2013
Aug 8 2013
Aug 12 2013
Aug 16 2013
Aug 16 2013
Aug 20 2013
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Application Number
2013/06331
2013/06398
2013/06401
2013/06405
2013/06481
2013/06524
2013/06550
2013/06552
2013/06817
2013/06933
2013/06947
2013/07273
2013/07383
2013/07478
2013/07516
2013/07526
2013/08020
2013/08090
2013/08189
2013/08533
2013/08707
2013/08893
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Patent Title
VECTOR COMPRISING MULTIPLE
HOMOLOGOUS NUCLEOTIDE
SEQUENCES
PUREE COMPOSITIONS HAVING
SPECIFIC CARBOHYDRATE RATIOS
AND METHODS FOR USING SAME
PUREE COMPOSITIONS HAVING
SPECIFIC CARBOHYDRATE RATIOS
AND METHODS FOR USING SAME
Container, Container Construction,
Handling Method and apparatus
YEAST-BASED THERAPEUTIC FOR
CHRONIC HEPATITIS B INFECTION
REMOTE MONITORING SYSTEMS
FOR MONITORING MEDICAL
DEVICES VIA WIRELESS
COMMUNICATION NETWORKS
METHOD OF OUTPUTTING AUDIO
SIGNAL AND AUDIO SIGNAL
OUTPUT APPARATUS USING THE
METHOD
DISPIROPYRROLIDINE DERIVATIVE
SPIROCYCLIC ISOXAZOLINE
DERIVATIVES AS ANTIPARASITIC
AGENTS
METHOD FOR REDUCING FLU-LIKE
SYMPTOMS ASSOCIATED WITH
INTRAMUSCULAR
ADMINISTRATION OF INTERFERON
USING A FAST TITRATION
ESCALATING DOSING REGIMEN
APPARATUS AND METHOD FOR
ISOLATING LEUKOCYTES AND
TUMOR CELLS BY FILTRATION
MERCHANDISER
METAL SEPARATION METHOD
CUCURBITA PLANT RESISTANT TO
POTYVIRUS
AUTOMATIC GEMSTONE
ORIENTATION
AMATOXIN-CONJUGATES WITH
IMPROVED LINKAGES
INSERT WITH A WIPER TO INDUCE
CHIP THINNING ON A LEADING
EDGE
PARCEL DELIVERY MONITORING
SYSTEM
EAR SCAFFOLD
BALLISTIC PROTECTION MEANS
TRIAZOLOPYRIDINES
LOW WATER METAL ION
DENTIFRICE
Filing Date
Nov 20 2009
Aug 23 2013
Aug 23 2013
Aug 26 2013
Aug 28 2013
Aug 29 2013
Aug 30 2013
Aug 30 2013
Sep 10 2013
Sep 16 2013
Sep 16 2013
Sep 27 2013
03/10/2013
Oct 7 2013
Oct 8 2013
Oct 9 2013
Oct 25 2013
29/10/2013
Mar 28 2012
13/11/2013
Nov 20 2013
Nov 26 2013
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Application Number
2013/08944
2013/08946
2013/09130
2013/09158
2013/09321
2013/09360
2013/09482
2013/09504
2013/09582
2013/09700
2014/00118
2014/00212
2014/00338
2014/00443
2014/00657
2014/00891
2014/00954
2014/01045
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Patent Title
PROCESS FOR THE PRODUCTION
OF PAPER AND BOARD
RECOMBINANT YEAST
EXPRESSING AGT1
MOUNTING SYSTEM AND METHOD
FOR MOUNTING A CURVED PANEL
TO A FRAME
SUPPORT DEVICE FOR A
LATERALLY DISPLACEABLE
RAILWAY WAGGON
DENTAL ANESTHETIC COMPRISING
TETRACAINE AND A
VASOCONSTRICTOR FOR
INTRANASAL ADMINISTRATION
SELF CONTAINED MARINE RISER
FAIRING
CONTAINER CLOSURE HAVING
MEANS FOR INTRODUCING AN
ADDITIVE INTO THE CONTENTS OF
THE CONTAINER
INHIBITORS OF HEPATITIS C VIRUS
REPLICATION
AUTHENTICATION SYSTEM AND
METHOD THEREFOR
ELECTRODESALINATION SYSTEM
AND METHOD
METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR
SYNGAS FERMENTATION WITH
HIGH CO MASS TRANSFER
COEFFICIENT
DISPENSING CONTAINER WITH
ENHANCED APPEARANCE
COMMUNICATION SYSTEM
INCORPORATED IN AN INGESTIBLE
PRODUCT
CERTAIN KYNURENINE-3MONOOXYGENASE INHIBITORS,
PHARMACEUTICAL
COMPOSITIONS, AND METHODS
OF USE THEREOF
HYDROGEN GAS GENERATOR
FABRIC WRINKLE REDUCTION
COMPOSITION
HIGH YIELD RATIO HOT ROLLED
STEEL SHEET WHICH HAS
EXCELLENT LOW TEMPERATURE
IMPACT ENERGY ABSORPTION
AND HAZ SOFTENING RESISTANCE
AND METHOD OF PRODUCTION OF
SAME
PESTICIDAL COMPOSITIONS AND
PROCESSES RELATED THERETO
Filing Date
Nov 27 2013
Nov 27 2013
Dec 4 2013
Jun 20 2012
Apr 2 2010
Dec 11 2013
Dec 13 2013
Dec 17 2013
18/12/2013
Jun 26 2012
Jan 7 2014
Jan 9 2014
Jan 16 2014
Jan 20 2014
Jan 27 2014
Feb 5 2014
Feb 7 2014
Jul 11 2012
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Application Number
2014/01047
2014/01509
2014/01608
2014/02083
2014/02150
2014/02205
2014/02376
2014/02704
2014/02705
2014/02816
2014/03027
2014/03104
2014/03370
2014/03425
2014/03690
2014/03707
2014/03914
2014/03919
2014/03943
2014/04102
2014/04121
2014/04156
2014/04182
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Patent Title
COMPLEXES OF HERBICIDAL
CARBOXYLIC ACIDS AND AMINECONTAINING POLYMERS OR
OLIGOMERS
IMPROVING THE DRAINAGE OF AN
AQUEOUS COMPOSITION
SUBSTITUTED ANNELLATED
PYRIMIDINE AND THE USE
THEREOF
MULTIPLE JOINT ACTUATOR
CANOPY FOR NOISE REDUCTION
IN POWER GENERATING UNITS
PROCESS FOR PREPARING A
FOOD COMPOSITION
IMAGE DECODING DEVICE, IMAGE
DECODING METHOD, AND IMAGE
ENCODING DEVICE
AEROSOL-GENERATING ARTICLE
FOR USE WITH AN AEROSOLGENERATING DEVICE
AEROSOL GENERATING SYSTEM
WITH CONSUMPTION MONITORING
AND FEEDBACK
SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR
DETECTING A USER-DEPENDENT
STATE OF A SPORTS OBJECT
FENCE MONITORING
PROCESS FOR THE PREPARATION
OF HIGHER ALCOHOLS
SHELL FOR EXPLOSIVE
APPARATUS AND METHOD FOR
EMPTYING A LOAD CARRIER
LOADED WITH ARTICLES
A WATER HEATING PANEL
METHOD OF PROCESSING POSTAL
ITEMS WITH GENERATION OF
NUMERICAL MODELS OF
MAILSHOTS ON AN INTERACTIVE
STATION
AN ANTI BACTERIAL COMPOSITION
METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR
CLEANING A HEATING ELEMENT
OF AEROSOL GENERATING
DEVICE
POWER CONVERSION DEVICE
LAMP POWERING TECHNOLOGY
COMPOSITIONS FOR THE
TREATMENT OF DRY EYE
KINASE INHIBITORS
CONTEXT REDUCTION FOR
CONTEXT ADAPTIVE BINARY
ARITHMETIC CODING
Filing Date
Aug 15 2012
Aug 23 2012
Aug 30 2012
Mar 24 2014
Mar 24 2014
Mar 25 2014
Sep 28 2012
Apr 14 2014
Apr 14 2014
Sep 20 2011
Apr 24 2014
Nov 7 2012
May 12 2014
14/05/2014
May 21 2014
May 21 2014
Nov 19 2012
May 28 2014
Jun 4 2013
Sep 7 2012
Jun 5 2014
Dec 5 2012
Jun 6 2014
340
JULY 2016
Application Number
2014/04197
2014/04216
2014/04242
2014/04301
2014/04302
2014/04303
2014/04417
2014/04431
2014/04534
2014/04536
2014/04540
2014/04628
2014/04642
2014/04643
2014/04761
2014/04763
2014/04826
2014/04887
2014/05192
CIPC PATENT JOURNAL
Patent Title
MULTIPHASE ORAL CARE
COMPOSITIONS
DEHYDROGENATION OF
ALKANOLS TO INCREASE YIELD OF
AROMATICS
ORAL CARE WHITENING
COMPOSITIONS
ANTIMICROBIAL METHOD AND
COMPOSITION
UMAMI-ACTIVE TOMATO FRACTION
SPRAYHEAD FOR A SPRAY DEVICE
HUMAN INSULIN ANALOGUE AND
ACYLATED DERIVATIVE THEREOF
SMOKING ARTICLE WITH DUAL
FUNCTION CAP
AN ARC WELDING HEAD AND A
WELDING ARRANGEMENT
DETECTION OF MECA VARIANT
STRAINS OF METHICILLINRESISTANT STAPHYLOCOCCUS
AUREUS
SYNERGISTIC HERBICIDAL
COMPOSITION CONTAINING
FLUROXYPYR AND GLYPHOSATE
USER EQUIPMENT, NETWORK
NODE AND METHOD FOR
APPLYING POWER SCALING TO
UPLINK TRANSMISSIONS
OPHTHALMIC FORMULATION
ACTIVE CONTAINING FIBROUS
STRUCTURES WITH MULTIPLE
REGIONS HAVING DIFFERING
DENSITIES
LAYERED SECURITY FOR AGE
VERIFICATION AND TRANSACTION
AUTHORIZATION
HIGH LOAD AQUEOUS
SUSPENSION CONCENTRATE OF
AN ACTIVE INGREDIENT
ACAMPROSATE FORMULATIONS,
METHODS OF USING THE SAME,
AND COMBINATIONS COMPRISING
THE SAME
DRILL BIT AND CHUCK ISOLATORS
STRUCTURAL CONNECTORS FOR
DRAGLINE BOOM AND MAST
TUBULAR CLUSTERS AND
METHODS FOR REPAIR,
REINFORCEMENT AND LIFE
EXTENSION OF DRAGLINE BOOMS
AND MASTS
Filing Date
Jun 6 2014
Nov 29 2011
Jun 9 2014
Dec 11 2012
Dec 4 2012
Dec 6 2012
Nov 22 2012
Jun 17 2014
Dec 23 2011
Dec 21 2012
Dec 19 2012
Jun 12 2012
Jun 24 2014
Jun 24 2014
Nov 29 2012
Dec 13 2012
Dec 2 2012
Jul 2 2014
Jul 16 2014
341
JULY 2016
Application Number
2014/05249
2014/05402
2014/05459
2014/05709
2014/05802
2014/06211
2014/06235
2014/06318
2014/06409
2014/06486
2014/06487
2014/06639
2014/06640
2014/06663
2014/06677
2014/06697
2014/06709
2014/06710
2014/06717
2014/06735
2014/06748
CIPC PATENT JOURNAL
Patent Title
TRANSDERMAL HORMONE
DELIVERY
REFRIGERATION APPARATUS
1,3-DIPHENYLPROPANE
DERIVATIVES, PREPARATIONS
AND USES THEREOF
A TOWING IMPLEMENT FOR
VEHICLE WITH A PASSAGE AND
RELATED METHOD
METHOD FOR DETERMINING THE
CONCENTRATION OF AN ELEMENT
IN A MATERIAL
FLUX MODULATION SCHEME FOR
SQUID SIGNAL PROCESSING
CIRCUITRY
ANTI-ROBO4-ANTIBODY
ANTIBODIES TO MATRIX
METALLOPROTEINASE 9
ROTATING HINGE KNEE
PROSTHESIS
CONTINUOUS CASTING PROCESS
OF METAL
CONTINUOUS CASTING
EQUIPMENT
STABILIZED HYPOHALOUS ACID
SOLUTIONS
INTEGRATED PROCESS FOR
PRODUCTION OF OZONE AND
OXYGEN
CATALYTICALLY ACTIVE BODY FOR
THE SYNTHESIS OF DIMETHYL
ETHER FROM SYNTHESIS GAS
METHOD FOR INFUSING A GAS
INTO A THERMOPLASTIC
MATERIAL, AND RELATED
SYSTEMS
CATALYTICALLY ACTIVE BODY FOR
THE SYNTHESIS OF DIMETHYL
ETHER FROM SYNTHESIS GAS
TREATMENT OF CANCER WITH
TOR KINASE INHIBITORS
GABION
TRAILER ELECTRICITY SUPPLY
CABLE CLUSTER PROTECTOR
A GAS BAG
A PROCESS FOR MANUFACTURING
A RECOVERY ANNEALED COATED
STEEL SUBSTRATE FOR
PACKAGING APPLICATIONS AND A
PACKAGING STEEL PRODUCT
PRODUCED THEREBY
Filing Date
Jan 25 2013
Jul 22 2014
Jul 24 2014
01/08/2014
Aug 6 2014
Aug 22 2014
Apr 26 2013
Aug 27 2014
Sep 1 2014
04/09/2014
04/09/2014
Mar 19 2012
Sep 10 2014
Sep 11 2014
Feb 28 2013
Sep 12 2014
Mar 14 2013
12/09/2014
12/09/2014
15/09/2014
Mar 28 2013
342
JULY 2016
Application Number
2014/06860
2014/06876
2014/06878
2014/06914
2014/06949
2014/06953
2014/06956
2014/06974
2014/07040
2014/07047
2014/07054
2014/07087
2014/07116
2014/07117
2014/07233
2014/07336
2014/07391
CIPC PATENT JOURNAL
Patent Title
3-ARYL-5-SUBSTITUTEDISOQUINOLIN-1-ONE COMPOUNDS
AND THEIR THERAPEUTIC USE
INTERCONNECTION SYSTEM FOR
PANEL ASSEMBLIES
HERBICIDAL COMPOSITION
METHOD FOR PRODUCTION OF
AERATED WATER-IN-OIL
EMULSIONS AND AERATED
EMULSIONS
A MOBILE TERMINAL HAVING A
SCREEN OPERATION AND
OPERATING METHOD
DIESEL FUEL OR DIESEL FUEL
BASE STOCK AND PRODUCTION
METHOD THEREOF
SYNTHESIS OF ZEOLITE X WITH
HIERARCHICAL MORPHOLOGY
FROM FLY ASH
PCV/MYCOPLASMA
HYOPNEUMONIAE COMBINATION
VACCINE
SECURING OF SHEET MATERIAL
WHICH IN THE FORM OF A LINER, A
COVER OR A CURTAIN
HIGH-PRESSURE WATER JET
ASSISTED CUTTING MECHANISM
FOR HEADING MACHINE
SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR
GEOPHYSICAL SURVEYING USING
ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS AND
GRADIENTS
GENERATOR OF A GEARLESS
WIND POWER PLANT
SUPPRESSION AND UTILIZATION
OF VOLATIZED AMMONIA OF
PARTICULATED NITROGENOUS
FERTILIZERS
AN ALTERNATIVE FLOTATION
PROCESS
PROCESS FOR PURIFYING
PHOSPHORIC ACID BY
NANOFILTRATION
ANTIBODIES AGAINST CLAUDIN
18.2 USEFUL IN CANCER
DIAGNOSIS
SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR
AUTOMATICALLY REGULATING
TENSIONS OF GUIDE ROPES OF
FLEXIBLE CABLE SUSPENSION
PLATFORM
Filing Date
Mar 7 2013
Mar 2 2012
Mar 5 2013
Mar 18 2013
Feb 22 2013
Mar 27 2013
Mar 27 2013
Sep 23 2014
Sep 29 2014
29/09/2014
Sep 29 2014
30/09/2014
Sep 26 2014
Sep 26 2014
Oct 6 2014
May 6 2013
13/10/2014
343
JULY 2016
Application Number
2014/07440
2014/07637
2014/07849
2014/08181
2014/08194
2014/08358
2014/08383
2014/08439
2014/08489
2014/08624
2014/08688
2014/08689
2014/08710
2014/08723
2014/08815
2014/08825
2014/08855
2014/09006
CIPC PATENT JOURNAL
Patent Title
HUMAN ANTI-CD27 ANTIBODIES,
METHODS AND USES
EXTERNALLY STRUCTURED
AQUEOUS ISOTROPIC LIQUID
DETERGENT COMPOSITIONS
BUILDING BLOCK, AS WELL AS AN
INSERT PIECE TO BE APPLIED IN
SUCH A BUILDING BLOCK
METHOD OF ORGANISING,
DISPLAYING AND PUBLISHING A
DYNAMIC DATA MODEL
LANTERN WITH INTEGRATED
CLAMP HANDLE
METHOD TO PRODUCE PLASTIC
TUBE
IMPROVED ENDOGLUCANASES
FOR TREATMENT OF CELLULOSIC
MATERIAL
CUTTING ELEMENTS FOR EARTHBORING TOOLS, EARTH-BORING
TOOLS INCLUDING SUCH CUTTING
ELEMENTS, AND RELATED
METHODS
DEVICE AND METHOD FOR
DETECTING THE TENSION ON A
GUIDE ROPE OF A HANGING
SCAFFOLD IN A CONSTRUCTION
SHAFT
URACYL SPIROOXETANE
NUCLEOSIDES
SYSTEM FOR PRODUCING
ENERGY THROUGH THE ACTION
OF WAVES
METHODS OF PRESERVING
STARCH IN PULP AND
CONTROLLING CALCIUM
PRECIPITATION AND/OR SCALING
IMPROVED SHUTTER SLAT AND
COMPACT SHUTTER ASSEMBLY
EMULSION FOR PHARMACEUTICAL
USE AND METHOD FOR THE
PRODUCTION THEREOF
DIPPER DOOR TRIP ASSEMBLY
N-ETHYL-4-HYDROXYL-1-METHYL5- (METHYL(2,3,4,5,6PENTAHYDROXYHEXYL) AMINO) -2OXO-N-PHENYL-1,2DIHYDROQUINOLINE-3CARBOXAMIDE
FLOCCULATION TREATMENT
AGENT
DIABETES BIOMARKERS
Filing Date
Oct 14 2014
Mar 19 2013
Mar 29 2013
10/11/2014
Apr 30 2013
Nov 14 2014
Nov 13 2014
Nov 17 2014
19/11/2014
Nov 24 2014
26/11/2014
Nov 26 2014
Nov 26 2014
27/11/2014
Dec 2 2014
May 7 2013
Dec 13 2012
Dec 8 2014
344
JULY 2016
Application Number
2014/09078
2014/09094
2014/09135
2014/09150
2014/09151
2014/09156
2014/09213
2014/09228
2014/09229
2014/09236
2014/09259
2014/09356
2014/09394
2014/09479
2014/09491
2015/00012
2015/00018
2015/00105
2015/00114
2015/00207
CIPC PATENT JOURNAL
Patent Title
GYPSUM-BASED BUILDING
PRODUCTS AND METHOD FOR THE
MANUFACTURE THEREOF
CHAIN BLOCK
EDIBLE ENERGY COMPOSITION
TORQUE LIMITING DIFFERENTIAL
MECHANICALLY ACTUATED
POSITIVE LOCKING DIFFERENTIAL
DNA VACCINE FOR USE IN
PANCREATIC CANCER PATIENTS
PRO-DRUG COMPOUNDS
COMPOSITIONS AND METHODS
FOR MODULATING SMN GENE
FAMILY EXPRESSION
COMPOSITIONS AND METHODS
FOR MODULATING UTRN
EXPRESSION
METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR
UNDERGROUND SEPARATION,
CONVEYANCE AND FILL-UP OF
COAL AND COAL GANGUES
INSECTICIDAL FORMULATIONS OF
MICROCAPSULES
A CIRCUIT BREAKER
NOVEL 5AMINOTETRAHYDROQUINOLINE-2CARBOXYLIC ACIDS AND USE
THEREOF
DEVICE FOR STREAM-FEEDING
AND PLACING SHEETS ONTO A
STACK
CASING FOR A PASTE
METHOD FOR CONTROLLING AN
ELECTRIC GENERATOR
ULTRASONICALLY ENHANCED
SEED GERMINATION SYSTEM
AN ANTIBODY COMPOSITION FOR
PREVENTION OR TREATMENT OF
MUTANT HEPATITIS B VIRUS
INFECTION
METHOD FOR CONTROLLING A
WIND FARM
A METHOD FOR DIRECT
REDUCTION OF OXIDIZED
CHROMITE ORE FINES COMPOSITE
AGGLOMERATES IN A TUNNEL
KILN USING CARBONACEOUS
REDUCTANT FOR PRODUCTION OF
REDUCED CHROMITE PRODUCT/
AGGLOMERATES APPLICABLE IN
FERROCHROME OR CHARGE
CHROME PRODUCTION.
Filing Date
Dec 10 2014
Dec 10 2014
Dec 11 2014
Dec 12 2014
Dec 12 2014
Dec 12 2014
Dec 15 2014
May 16 2013
May 16 2013
Dec 15 2014
Dec 15 2014
Dec 18 2014
Jul 16 2013
Dec 22 2014
Dec 23 2014
05/01/2015
Jul 19 2013
Jan 7 2015
08/01/2015
13/01/2015
345
JULY 2016
Application Number
2015/00211
2015/00241
2015/00368
2015/00422
2015/00476
2015/00568
2015/00700
2015/00704
2015/00835
2015/00968
2015/00969
2015/01030
2015/01138
2015/01317
2015/01318
2015/01344
2015/01375
2015/01382
CIPC PATENT JOURNAL
Patent Title
NATURAL COMBINATION
HORMONE REPLACEMENT
FORMULATIONS AND THERAPIES
ROOT-GROWTH-PROMOTING
LIQUID FORMULATION THAT
ENHANCES DEFENCE RESPONSE
IN PLANTS, AND USE OF SAME
ANTI-JAGGED 1/JAGGED 2 CROSSREACTIVE ANTIBODIES,
ACTIVATABLE ANTI-JAGGED
ANTIBODIES AND METHODS OF
USE THEREOF
INHIBITORS OF ALPHACRYSTALLIN AGGREGATION FOR
THE TREATMENT FOR CATARACT
ENHANCED FLY ASH COLLECTION
GENERATION OF COMFORT NOISE
METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR
ASSESSING A RISK OF HIGHENERGY EARTH BURSTS
HYBRID ROPE
COMPOSITION COMPRISING A
PESTICIDAL TERPENE MIXTURE
AND A BIOLOGICAL CONTROL
AGENT
TREATMENT OF MULTIPLE
SCLEROSIS WITH COMBINATION
OF LAQUINIMOD AND FAMPRIDINE
METHODS OF ADMINISTERING
PIRFENIDONE THERAPY
CATALYST PREPARATION
PROCESS
HERBICIDAL COMPOSITIONS
COMPRISING 4-AMINO-3-CHLORO5-FLUORO-6-(4-CHLORO-2FLUORO-3-METHOXYPHENYL)
PYRIDINE-2-CARBOXYLIC ACID
EPCAM APTAMER FOR DETECTION
OF CANCER STEM CELLS
CD133 APTAMERS FOR DETECTION
OF CANCER STEM CELLS
METHODS OF PROCESSING
LIGNOCELLULOSIC BIOMASS
USING SINGLE-STAGE
AUTOHYDROLYSIS AND
ENZYMATIC HYDROLYSIS WITH C5
BYPASS AND POST-HYDROLYSIS
COMPOSITIONS AND METHODS
FOR PLUGGING HONEYCOMB
BODIES WITH REDUCED PLUG
DEPTH VARIABILITY
MEDICAL CLAIM
Filing Date
Jun 18 2013
Jan 13 2015
Jun 21 2013
Jul 17 2013
Jan 22 2015
May 7 2013
30/01/2015
Oct 3 2013
Aug 19 2013
Jul 11 2013
Aug 30 2013
Aug 15 2013
Jul 19 2013
Aug 2 2013
Aug 2 2013
Aug 1 2013
Feb 27 2015
Mar 3 2015
346
JULY 2016
Application Number
2015/01391
2015/01394
2015/01399
2015/01579
2015/01582
2015/01587
2015/01649
2015/01735
2015/01778
2015/01812
2015/01817
2015/01977
2015/02006
2015/02009
2015/02014
2015/02026
2015/02156
CIPC PATENT JOURNAL
Patent Title
METHOD AND INSTALLATION FOR
MAKING SEAWEED MEAL
COATED PHARMACEUTICAL
COMPOSITION CONTAINING
REGORAFENIB
SYNERGISTIC WEED CONTROL
FROM APPLICATIONS OF
AMINOCYCLOPYRACHLOR AND
CLOPYRALID
PROCESS FOR CONVERTING FGD
GYPSUM TO AMMONIUM SULFATE
AND CALCIUM CARBONATE
MOLECULAR SIEVE SSZ-85
COMPOSITION OF MATTER AND
SYNTHESIS THEREOF
SOLE STRUCTURES AND ARTICLES
OF FOOTWEAR HAVING A
LIGHTWEIGHT MIDSOLE WITH
SEGMENTED PROTECTIVE
ELEMENTS
METHOD FOR THE AUTOMATED
SURFACE MACHINING OF A
PROFILED LARGE COMPONENT OF
A WIND ENERGY PLANT,
MACHINING DEVICE AND
MACHINING SYSTEM
ENGINEERED TRANSGENE
INTEGRATION PLATFORM (ETIP)
FOR GENE TARGETING AND TRAIT
STACKING
INSPECTABLE BLACK GLASS
CONTAINERS
NOOTROPIC COMPOSITIONS FOR
IMPROVING MEMORY
PERFORMANCE
METHOD AND DEVICE FOR THE
UNDERWATER TESTING OF A
FILTRATION SYSTEM
ORALLY ADMINISTERED MEDICAL
COMPOSITION
METHOD FOR MONITORING A
PLURALITY OF ELECTRICAL
ENERGY LINES IN A CABLE
HARNESS
COMBINATIONS OF SGLT2
INHIBITORS AND
ANTIHYPERTENSIVE DRUGS
A BREATH OPERATED INHALER
WITH PLUME IMPINGING AIR JETS
DIAGNOSTIC PROBE
BILAYERED COMPOSITE TABLET
FORMULATION COMPRISING
Filing Date
Jul 30 2013
Sep 5 2013
Sep 3 2013
Aug 9 2013
Dec 3 2013
Sep 5 2013
11/03/2015
Sep 6 2013
Oct 3 2013
Sep 4 2013
Sep 19 2013
Aug 30 2013
24/03/2015
Aug 30 2013
Aug 27 2013
Mar 24 2015
Aug 30 2013
347
JULY 2016
Application Number
2015/02159
2015/02213
2015/02222
2015/02274
2015/02278
2015/02331
2015/02337
2015/02375
2015/02386
2015/02413
2015/02506
2015/02508
2015/02537
2015/02547
2015/02577
2015/02654
2015/02679
CIPC PATENT JOURNAL
Patent Title
ATORVASTATIN, IRBESARTAN AND
MAGNESIUM CARBONATE
MYCOBACTERIAL
THIOLPEROXIDASE AND ITS USE
ANTIBODIES RECOGNIZING ALPHASYNUCLEIN
HARD OPEN TOP CONTAINER AND
TOP COVER LIFTING APPLIANCE
COMPONENT CONSTITUTING AN
HTE ELECTROLYSER
INTERCONNECTOR OR SOFC FUEL
CELL INTERCONNECTOR AND
ASSOCIATED PRODUCTION
PROCESSES
LOCK FOR TOOL HOLDER
C-O-H COMPOUND PROCESSING
FOR HYDROGEN OR LIQUID FUEL
PRODUCTION
GASEOUS MERCURY OXIDATION
AND CAPTURE
POWER MECHANISM FOR
RECLINERS
METHOD AND RELATED
APPARATUS FOR RESETTING HIGH
SPEED MEDIUM ACCESS CONTROL
ENTITY
METHODS, DEVICES AND
SYSTEMS FOR DETECTING
OBJECTS IN A VIDEO
SYNERGISTIC WEED CONTROL
FROM APPLICATIONS OF
AMINOCYCLOPYRACHLOR AND
FLUROXYPYR
DENTAL BAR
MOUTHPIECE LINING PAPER
USE OF A CALCIUM POTASSIUM
NITRATE SALT FOR THE
MANUFACTURE OF A HEAT
TRANSFER FLUID
METHODS FOR PREPARING
RUTHENIUM CARBENE
COMPLEXES AND PRECURSORS
THERETO
PYRAZOLOPYRIDAZINES AND
METHODS FOR TREATING
RETINAL-DEGENERATIVE
DISEASES AND HEARING LOSS
ASSOCIATED WITH USHER
SYNDROME
METHOD FOR PROCESSING A
FIBER-PLASTIC COMPOSITE OF A
ROTOR BLADE, SEMIFINISHED
Filing Date
Sep 23 2013
Oct 8 2013
Nov 26 2013
Sep 24 2013
Sep 12 2013
08/04/2015
Apr 8 2015
Oct 2 2013
Apr 9 2015
Sep 12 2013
Sep 27 2013
Oct 9 2013
Sep 16 2013
Sep 17 2013
Nov 25 2013
Oct 25 2013
21/04/2015
348
JULY 2016
Application Number
2015/02712
2015/02720
2015/02787
2015/02849
2015/02928
2015/02939
2015/03008
2015/03248
2015/03267
2015/03313
2015/03314
2015/03372
2015/03376
2015/03444
2015/03712
2015/03739
2015/03750
CIPC PATENT JOURNAL
Patent Title
PRODUCT IN THE FORM OF A
BUILT-UP COMPOSITE, AND UV
LAMP FOR CURING A UV-CURABLE
MATRIX MATERIAL
TREATMENT METHODS USING
ADENOVIRUS
PROCESS FOR PREPARING A
FISCHER-TROPSCH CATALYST
RESIDUAL DISINFECTION OF
WATER
METHODS FOR ALLEVIATING
SYMPTOMS OF MULTIPLE
SCLEROSIS BASED ON
APOAEQUORIN-CONTAINING
COMPOSITIONS
REDUCTION OF GASSING IN
LITHIUM TITANATE CELLS
PROCESSES FOR PRODUCING
CELLULOSE PULP, SUGARS, AND
CO-PRODUCTS FROM
LIGNOCELLULOSIC BIOMASS
RAILWAY CAR TRUCK WITH
FRICTION DAMPING
DEVICE FOR MAKING CONTACT
WITH A FIELD CONTROL LAYER OF
AN INSULATED DOWN
CONDUCTOR IN EXTERNAL
LIGHTNING PROTECTION
HUMANIZATION OF RABBIT
ANTIBODIES USING A UNIVERSAL
ANTIBODY FRAMEWORK
METHOD AND DEVICE FOR
PREDICTING, CONTROLLING
AND/OR REGULATING
STEELWORKS PROCESSES
PORTABLE MIXING PLATFORM FOR
PRODUCING A HEAT-TRANSFER
FLUID AND METHOD FOR
PRODUCING SAME
ANTIMICROBIAL AGENTS
TOOLS AND METHOD FOR THE
DETECTION AND QUANTIFICATION
OF GENETICALLY DIVERSE HIV1,SIVCPZ AND SIV GOR VIRUSES
ROUTING OF INTERNET DATA
REPLACEABLE UNIT FOR AN
IMAGE FORMING DEVICE HAVING A
FALLING PADDLE FOR TONER
LEVEL SENSING
VALVE WEDGE FOR A SLIDE VALVE
MULTIPURPOSE DOUBLE LATCH
ADJUSTABLE BUNDLE TIE
Filing Date
Oct 17 2013
Apr 21 2015
Sep 30 2013
Sep 27 2013
29/04/2015
Oct 3 2013
Apr 30 2015
Sep 19 2013
Jun 25 2009
13/05/2015
13/05/2015
Nov 8 2013
May 14 2015
May 18 2015
Dec 17 2013
May 26 2015
May 26 2015
349
JULY 2016
Application Number
2015/03808
2015/03952
2015/03962
2015/03999
2015/04026
2015/04219
2015/04349
2015/04353
2015/04402
2015/04403
2015/04409
2015/04419
2015/04437
2015/04473
2015/04530
CIPC PATENT JOURNAL
Patent Title
USE OF A DHA ESTER FOR
PROPHYLACTIC AND/OR CURATIVE
TREATMENT OF
DREPANOCYTOSIS
BITUMINOUS COMPOSITION IN THE
FORM OF GRANULES AND
METHOD FOR PREPARING SAME
FINES BINDING PROCESS AND
BINDING COMPOSITION THEREOF
A COMPOSITION FOR TREATING
DIABETES OR DIABESITY
COMPRISING OXYNTOMODULIN
ANALOG
A MEDICINAL COMPOSITION OF
EXTRACT OF SEED OF EMBLICA
OFFICINALIS AND METHOD OF
PREPARING THE SAME
MINE FOAM SLURRY MIXER
FLOW ALLOCATION APPARATUS,
LOWER REACTOR INTERNAL OF
REACTOR, AND REACTOR
CHAIN-EXTENDING POLOXAMERS,
THERMOREVERSIBLE HYDROGELS
FORMED BY THEM WHICH
INCLUDE BIOLOGICAL MATERIALS,
AND MEDICINAL APPLICATIONS OF
SAME
OPENCAST COAL MINE
UNDERGROUND WATER
RESERVOIR
FLUID EJECTION DEVICE WITH
INTEGRATED INK LEVEL SENSOR
PHOSPHINYL AMIDINE
COMPOUNDS, METAL COMPLEXES,
CATALYST SYSTEMS, AND THEIR
USE TO OLIGOMERIZE OR
POLYMERIZE OLEFINS
PORTABLE VEHICLE SERVICE
STATION AND METHOD OF
CONVERTING A BULK
TRANSPORTATION CONTAINER
INTO A VEHICLE SERVICE STATION
ARYL AND HETEROARYL FUSED
LACTAMS
CONSTANT ENVELOPE SIGNAL
GENERATION METHOD AND
DEVICE, AND RECEIVING METHOD
AND DEVICE FOR DOUBLEFREQUENCY FOUR-COMPONENT
SPREAD SPECTRUM SIGNALS
ELECTROLYTE FOR AN
ELECTROCHEMICAL BATTERY
Filing Date
May 27 2015
Jun 2 2015
Jun 3 2015
Jun 4 2015
Jun 4 2015
11/06/2015
17/06/2015
Jun 17 2015
Jun 18 2015
Jun 18 2015
Dec 29 2010
Jun 19 2015
Jun 19 2015
Jun 22 2015
23/06/2015
350
JULY 2016
Application Number
2015/04537
2015/04631
2015/04632
2015/04642
2015/04648
2015/04651
2015/04653
2015/04697
2015/04720
2015/04723
2015/04733
2015/04734
2015/04735
2015/04745
2015/04751
2015/04752
2015/04768
2015/04783
CIPC PATENT JOURNAL
Patent Title
CELL AND BATTERY CELL
CONTAINING THE ELECTROLYTE
ANTI-PDGFR-beta ANTIBODIES AND
USES THEREOF
HIGHLY CONCENTRATED, WATERFREE AMINE SALTS OF
HYDROCARBON ALKOXYSULFATES
AND USE AND METHOD USING
AQUEOUS DILUTIONS OF THE
SAME
COAL MINE REMOTE LEAKAGE
TEST METHOD AND DEVICE
A SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR
OPTIMIZING POWER EFFICIENCY
IN A RECEIVER DEVICE
EAR CLAMP
PROCESS FOR PREPARING A
FIBER-REINFORCED COMPOSITE
MATERIAL
SUPPORT FOR SOLAR ENERGY
COLLECTION
ANTIBODIES COMPRISING
CHIMERIC CONSTANT DOMAINS
LIFTING DEVICE FOR DISABLED
PERSON
TRANSPORT OF LIQUID
EXPLOSIVES
SPONGE MOP SPONGE MOUNTING
STRUCTURE
INTERVERTEBRAL CAGE
EXPANDABLE STEP-BY-STEP
PLANT SELF NITROGEN FIXATION
BY MIMICKING PROKARYOTIC
PATHWAYS
METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR
SECURING BALED ITEMS
APPARATUS AND METHODS FOR
CONNECTING MATS
FOOD MAKER
ORTHOPAEDIC DEVICE FOR A
LOWER LIMB OF A HUMAN,
FOOTWEAR AND PROSTHESIS
PROVIDED WITH SUCH A DEVICE
COSMETIC OR DERMATOLOGICAL
COMPOSITION COMPRISING A
MEROCYANINE AND A UVASCREENING AGENT OF THE
AMINO-SUBSTITUTED 2HYDROXYBENZOPHENONE TYPE
AND/OR A HYDROPHILIC ORGANIC
UVA-SCREENING AGENT
Filing Date
Jun 23 2015
Jun 25 2015
Jun 25 2015
Jun 26 2015
Jun 26 2015
Jun 26 2015
Jun 26 2015
Jun 29 2015
Jun 30 2015
Jun 30 2015
Jul 1 2015
01/07/2015
Jul 1 2015
Jul 1 2015
01/07/2015
Jul 1 2015
Jul 2 2015
Jul 2 2015
351
JULY 2016
Application Number
2015/04784
2015/04805
2015/04831
2015/04841
2015/04848
2015/04852
2015/04862
2015/04886
2015/04891
2015/04892
2015/04892
2015/04894
2015/04899
2015/04901
2015/04902
2015/04952
2015/04953
2015/04954
2015/04960
CIPC PATENT JOURNAL
Patent Title
METHOD FOR MEASURING A
ROTOR BLADE ANGLE
DIVERTING FLOW IN A DRILLING
FLUID CIRCULATION SYSTEM TO
REGULATE DRILLING FLUID
PRESSURE
LOCATING A PRODUCT
INITIATING SYSTEM AND METHOD
FOR ATTACHING A STEMMING
PLUG THERETO
DATA PROCESSING DEVICE AND
DATA PROCESSING METHOD
THERMAL INSULATION PRODUCT
BASED ON MINERAL WOOL AND
METHOD OF MANUFACTURING THE
PRODUCT
PORTABLE WATER TREATMENT
SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR
PROVIDING POTABLE WATER
AEROSOL-GENERATING SYSTEM
HAVING A PIERCING ELEMENT
METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR
GENERATING WEB CONTENT AND
MAKING THE WEB CONTENT
AVAILABLE TO A RECIPIENT
TEXT MINING SYSTEM AND TOOL
TEXT MINING SYSTEM AND TOOL
PASTE RESIN
NOVEL TECHNIQUES FOR
PREPARING MULTI-LAYER
POLYMERIC AND MIXED MATRIX
MEMBRANES AND A DEVICE FOR
MEMBRANE DISTILLATION
FACILE METHOD FOR
PREPARATION OF 5NITROTETRAZOLATES USING A
FLOW SYSTEM
BCL-2BCL-XL INHIBITORS AND
THERAPEUTIC METHODS USING
THE SAME
HUMAN ANTIBODIES TO
RESPIRATORY SYNCYTIAL VIRUS F
PROTEIN AND METHODS OF USE
THEREOF
ACTUATOR AND DISPENSING
APPARATUS
AMINE COMPOUNDS HAVING ANTIINFLAMMATORY, ANTIFUNGAL,
ANTIPARASITIC AND ANTICANCER
ACTIVITY
AUCTION METHOD AND SERVER
Filing Date
02/07/2015
Jul 3 2015
Jul 3 2015
Jul 6 2015
Jul 6 2015
Jul 6 2015
Jul 6 2015
Jul 7 2015
Jul 8 2015
08/07/2015
Jul 8 2015
Jul 8 2015
Jul 8 2015
Jul 8 2015
Jul 8 2015
Jul 9 2015
Jul 9 2015
Jul 9 2015
Jul 10 2015
352
JULY 2016
Application Number
2015/04970
2015/04971
2015/04973
2015/04976
2015/04979
2015/04991
2015/05026
2015/05041
2015/05057
2015/05071
2015/05072
2015/05073
2015/05075
2015/05102
2015/05120
2015/05121
2015/05133
CIPC PATENT JOURNAL
Patent Title
BATT COMPRISING CRIMPED BIOR MULTI-COMPONENT FIBRES
AXEL BUSH
METHOD FOR OBTAINING BIOFUEL
FROM LIGNOCELLULOSIC AND/OR
AMYLACEOUS BIOMASS
METHOD FOR REPORTING
CHANNEL STATE INFORMATION,
USER EQUIPMENT AND BASE
STATION
TURNSTILE
POWER GENERATION PLANT
INTEGRATING CONCENTRATED
SOLAR POWER RECEIVER AND
PRESSURIZED HEAT EXCHANGER
ARTIFICIAL TEARS COMPRISING
SODIUM HYALURONATE AND
CARBOXYMETHYLCELLULOSE
COSMETIC OR DERMATOLOGICAL
COMPOSITION COMPRISING A
MEROCYANINE, AN ORGANIC UVBSCREENING AGENT AND AN
ADDITIONAL ORGANIC UVASCREENING AGENT
4-HYDROXY-2-METHYL-5-(PROPAN2-YLIDENE)CYCLOHEX-3ENECARBALDEHYDE FOR THE
PREVENTION AND TREATMENT OF
A COGNITIVE,
NEURODEGENERATIVE OR
NEURONAL DISEASE
SECURE HEALTHCARE
MANAGEMENT AND
COMMUNICATION SYSTEM
ANTENNA
NOVEL PYRAZOL DERIVATIVES
COSMETIC OR DERMATOLOGICAL
COMPOSITION COMPRISING A
MEROCYANINE AND A LIPOPHILIC
BENZOTRIAZOLE UV-SCREENING
AGENT AND/OR A BIS-RESORCINYL
TRIAZINE COMPOUND
CONTROL OF THE VISCOSITY OF
REACTION SOLUTIONS IN
HYDROFORMYLATION METHODS
METHOD AND DEVICE FOR
GENERATING FUEL FOR A GAS
TURBINE
SELF-DISINFECTING SURFACES
METHODS AND SYSTEMS FOR
ANALYZING AND VISUALIZING
SPRAY PATTERNS
Filing Date
10/07/2015
Jul 10 2015
Jul 10 2015
Jul 10 2015
Jul 10 2015
Jul 10 2015
Jul 13 2015
Jul 14 2015
Jul 14 2015
Jul 15 2015
Jul 15 2015
Jul 15 2015
Jul 15 2015
Jul 16 2015
Jul 16 2015
Jul 16 2015
Jul 16 2015
353
JULY 2016
Application Number
2015/05136
2015/05148
2015/05149
2015/05151
2015/05168
2015/05172
2015/05175
2015/05183
2015/05191
2015/05192
2015/05193
2015/05201
2015/05202
2015/05203
2015/05236
2015/05237
2015/05249
CIPC PATENT JOURNAL
Patent Title
TELESCOPIC SUPPORT FOR A
ROCK DRILL
LIQUID-APPLIED WATERPROOFING
MEMBRANE FOR ROOFS
COMPRISING A TRIALDIMINE
SHAPED AND COATED METALLIC
MATERIAL, COMPOSITE, AND
METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING
SHAPED AND COATED METALLIC
MATERIAL AND COMPOSITE
METHODS OF TREATMENT OF
FIBROSIS AND CANCERS
COOLING PROCESS
METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR
CONTROLLING INVOKING OF
HARDWARE INSTRUCTION
METHOD AND CASTING MOLD FOR
PRODUCING CASTINGS, IN
PARTICULAR CYLINDER BLOCKS
AND CYLINDER HEADS, HAVING
FUNCTIONAL CONNECTION OF THE
FEEDER
MODULAR SOLAR FIELD
COMFORT NOISE ADDITION FOR
MODELING BACKGROUND NOISE
AT LOW BIT-RATES
A PHARMACEUTICAL
COMPOSITION CONTAINING
CANDESARTAN CILEXETIL AND
AMLODIPINE
GENERATION OF A COMFORT
NOISE WITH HIGH SPECTROTEMPORAL RESOLUTION IN
DISCONTINUOUS TRANSMISSION
OF AUDIO SIGNALS
BACTERIAL CELLULOSE AND
BACTERIUM PRODUCING SAME
RECREATIONAL VEHICLE
INTERACTIVE TELEMETRY,
MAPPING, AND TRIP PLANNING
SYSTEM
APOPTOSIS-INDUCING AGENTS
FOR THE TREATMENT OF CANCER
AND IMMUNE AND AUTOIMMUNE
DISEASES
AN ALARM COMMUNICATION
DEVICE
RADIALLY EXPANSIBLE ROCK
BOLT
HIGH STRENGTH STEEL SHEET
AND MANUFACTURING METHOD
THEREFOR
Filing Date
Jul 15 2015
Jul 17 2015
Jul 17 2015
Jul 17 2015
Jul 17 2015
Jul 17 2015
Jul 17 2015
Jul 17 2015
Jul 20 2015
Jul 20 2015
Jul 20 2015
Jul 20 2015
Jul 20 2015
Jul 20 2015
Jul 21 2015
Jul 21 2015
Jul 21 2015
354
JULY 2016
Application Number
2015/05251
2015/05252
2015/05268
2015/05307
2015/05313
2015/05314
2015/05334
2015/05344
2015/05354
2015/05355
2015/05374
2015/05376
2015/05384
2015/05387
2015/05388
2015/05389
2015/05390
CIPC PATENT JOURNAL
Patent Title
NOVEL PYRIDINE DERIVATIVES
ANTI-FOULING COMPOSITIONS
WITH A FLUORINATED
OXYALKYLENE-CONTAINING
POLYMER OR OLIGOMER
COOKWARE INCLUDING LID
HAVING HANDLE WITH UTENSIL
REST
B CELL LINEAGE BASED
IMMUNOGEN DESIGN WITH
HUMANIZED ANIMALS
STATOR FOR PRECIOUS METAL
CONCENTRATORS (GOLD,
PLATINUM, COPPER, ZINK ETC.
LIQUEFIED NATURAL GAS
PRODUCTION
SOLAR/AIR TURBINE GENERATOR
SYSTEM
INTEGRATED CATCHING DEVICE
ON OVERTRAVEL BRAKE DEVICES
METHOD FOR CLOSING
AUTOMATICALLY AN AXIAL END OF
A TUBULAR MANUFACTURE AND
FOR UNLOADING IT IN AN INSIDEOUT CONFIGURATION, AND
APPARATUS FOR PERFORMING
THE METHOD
NITRITE-REDUCTASE (NIRB) AS
POTENTIAL ANTI-TUBERCULAR
TARGET AND A METHOD TO
DETECT THE SEVERITY OF
TUBERCULOSIS DISEASE
SALTS OF 2-AMINO-1HYDROXYETHYL-8HYDROXYQUINOLIN-2(1H)-ONE
DERIVATIVES HAVING BOTH ß2
ADRENERGIC RECEPTOR AGONIST
AND M3 MUSCARINIC RECEPTOR
ANTAGONIST ACTIVITIES
ANTI-IL-33 ANTIBODIES AND USES
THEREOF
A PLANT PROTECTION AND WATER
SAVING DEVICE
THICKNESS MEASUREMENT
DEVICE FOR SHEET-TYPE MEDIUM
CHARACTER RECOGNITION
METHOD
METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR
ARRANGING A PLURALITY OF
ICONS ON A SCREEN
COMPOSITIONS AND METHODS
FOR TREATING PESTS
Filing Date
Jul 21 2015
Jul 21 2015
Jul 21 2015
Jul 22 2015
Jul 24 2015
Jul 23 2015
Jul 23 2015
24/07/2015
Jul 24 2015
Jul 24 2015
Jul 24 2015
Jul 24 2015
Jul 27 2015
Jul 27 2015
Jul 27 2015
Jul 27 2015
Jul 27 2015
355
JULY 2016
Application Number
2015/05393
2015/05406
2015/05408
2015/05436
2015/05440
2015/05454
2015/05456
2015/05478
2015/05485
2015/05487
2015/05491
2015/05509
2015/05547
2015/05548
2015/05550
2015/05577
2015/05621
CIPC PATENT JOURNAL
Patent Title
A PROCESS FOR FERMENTING COCONTAINING GASEOUS
SUBSTRATES
GRINDER FOR GRINDING COFFEE
BEANS AS WELL AS COFFEE
MACHINE COMPRISING SUCH A
GRINDER
GRINDER FOR GRINDING COFFEE
BEANS AS WELL AS COFFEE
MACHINE COMPRISING SUCH A
GRINDER
METADICHOL R LIQUID AND GEL
NANOPARTICLE FORMULATIONS
DEVICES AND METHODS FOR
TREATING ACCIDENTAL BOWEL
LEAKAGE
PYRROLO [2, 3 -D]PYRIMIDINE
DERIVATIVES AS INHIBITORS OF
JANUS- RELATED KINASES (JAK)
PROCESS FOR THE RECOVERY OF
IRON AS HEMATITE AND OTHER
METALLIC VALUES FROM A
SULPHATE LEACH SOLUTION
EXHAUST-GAS PURIFICATION
CATALYST AND EXHAUST-GAS
PURIFICATION METHOD USING
SAID CATALYST
METHOD FOR DEPOSITING A
CORROSION-PROTECTION
COATING FROM A SUSPENSION
METHOD FOR PRODUCING
REDUCED IRON AGGLOMERATE
IMMUNO IMAGING AGENT FOR USE
WITH ANTIBODY-DRUG
CONJUGATE THERAPY
INSULINOTROPIC PEPTIDE
DERIVATIVE WITH MODIFIED NTERMINAL CHARGE
CELLULOSE-CONTAINING PAINT
SYSTEMS
AN AEROSOL-GENERATING
SYSTEM WITH A REPLACABLE
MOUTHPIECE COVER
BIOSIGNAL MEASUREMENT AND
TRANSMISSION APPARATUS
HAVING SIMPLIFIED SIGNAL SLOT
ROCK BIT HAVING A RADIALLY
SELF-ALIGNING METAL FACED
SEAL
CARBODITHIOATES WITH
SPERMICIDAL ACTIVITY AND
PROCESS FOR PREPARATION
THEREOF
Filing Date
Jul 27 2015
Jul 27 2015
Jul 27 2015
28/07/2015
Jan 30 2013
Jul 29 2015
Jul 29 2015
Jul 30 2015
Jul 30 2015
Jul 30 2015
Jul 30 2015
Jul 31 2015
Jul 31 2015
Jul 31 2015
Jul 31 2015
Aug 3 2015
04/08/2015
356
JULY 2016
Application Number
2015/05636
2015/05637
2015/05641
2015/05680
2015/05684
2015/05734
2015/05831
2015/05880
2015/05900
2015/05904
2015/05941
2015/06113
2015/06141
2015/06265
2015/06270
2015/06314
2015/06318
2015/06319
CIPC PATENT JOURNAL
Patent Title
SYSTEM FOR REDUCING THE
BRAKE WEAR OF HEAVY
VEHICLES, IN PARTICULAR FOR
PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION OR FOR
GARBAGE COLLECTION
HIGHLY SELECTIVE NUCLEIC ACID
AMPLIFICATION PRIMERS
JACK ASSEMBLY
COMPOSITE INTERFERENCE
SCREWS AND DRIVERS
A SYSTEM AND METHOD OF
MANAGING AN INSURANCE PLAN
METHODS FOR BINDING AND
PRECIPITATING GOLD USING
MICROBIAL-DERIVED
METALLOPHORES AND THEIR
USES
WATER RECAPTURE/RECYCLE
SYSTEM IN ELECTROCHEMICAL
CELLS
COMBINATION OF TWO
ANTIVIRALS FOR TREATING
HEPATITIS C
TEMPORARY STORAGE DEVICE
FOR SHEET MEDIUM
DISPENSING DEVICE COMPRISING
AN AQUEOUS COMPOSITION IN
GEL OR THICK CREAM FORM
MONOCYCLIC PYRIDINE
DERIVATIVE
HUMAN ANTIBODIES TO GREM 1
FLEXIBLE CONVEYANCE SYSTEM
APPARATUS AND METHOD FOR
GENERATING A FREQUENCY
ENHANCED SIGNAL USING
SHAPING OF THE ENHANCEMENT
SIGNAL
APPARATUS AND METHOD FOR
PROCESSING AN ENCODED
SIGNAL AND ENCODER AND
METHOD FOR GENERATING AN
ENCODED SIGNAL
LOW-FREQUENCY EMPHASIS FOR
LPC-BASED CODING IN
FREQUENCY DOMAIN
APPARATUS AND METHOD FOR
SYNTHESIZING AN AUDIO SIGNAL,
DECODER, ENCODER, SYSTEM
AND COMPUTER PROGRAM
LOW-COMPLEXITY TONALITYADAPTIVE AUDIO SIGNAL
QUANTIZATION
Filing Date
Aug 5 2015
Aug 5 2015
Aug 5 2015
Aug 6 2015
Aug 6 2015
Aug 11 2015
Aug 12 2015
Aug 14 2015
Aug 17 2015
Aug 17 2015
Aug 18 2015
Aug 21 2015
Aug 24 2015
Aug 27 2015
Aug 27 2015
Aug 28 2015
Aug 28 2015
Aug 28 2015
357
JULY 2016
Application Number
2015/06420
2015/06452
2015/06804
2015/07334
2015/07454
2015/07841
2015/07935
2015/07983
2015/08811
2015/09357
2016/00201
CIPC PATENT JOURNAL
Patent Title
TREATMENT OF DIABETES
MELLITUS BY LONG–ACTING
FORMULATIONS OF INSULINS
3-PYRIMIDIN-4-YL-OXAZOLIDIN-2ONES AS INHIBITORS OF MUTANT
IDH
5-AMINO-QUINOLINE-8CARBOXAMIDE DERIVATIVES AS 5HT4 RECEPTOR AGONISTS
DUAL PHASE FUEL FEEDER FOR
BOILERS
SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR
REDUCING HALOGEN LEVELS
NECESSARY FOR MERCURY
CONTROL
METHODS AND SYSTEMS FOR
PRODUCING FERRO-CHROME IN A
DUPLEX FURNACE
COMMUNICATION CONTROL
DEVICE, COMMUNICATION
CONTROL METHOD, AND
INFORMATION PROCESSING
DEVICE
A METHOD FOR REDEEMING A
PRE-PAID VOUCHER FOR AN
INSURANCE POLICY
COMMUNICATION CONTROL
APPARATUS AND WIRELESS
COMMUNICATION APPARATUS
METHODS FOR FIXING HAIR AND
SKIN
BLASTING SYSTEMS & METHODS
Filing Date
Sep 1 2015
Sep 2 2015
Sep 14 2015
Oct 2 2015
Oct 7 2015
Oct 21 2015
Oct 26 2015
27/10/2015
Dec 2 2015
Dec 23 2015
11/01/2016
Advertisement List for July 2016
Number of Advertised Designs: 117
Application Number
A2014/00756
A2014/01299
A2014/01959
A2015/00041
A2015/00042
A2015/00043
A2015/00044
A2015/00045
A2015/00046
Design Articles
BOTTLES
BRUSH HEADS FOR ELECTRIC
TOOTHBRUSHES
A Razor Handle
PET FOOD PIECES
PET FOOD PIECES
PET FOOD PIECES
ORAL CARE IMPLEMENT
APPARATUS
ORAL CARE IMPLEMENT
ACCESSORIES
ORAL CARE IMPLEMENT
ACCESSORIES
Filing Date
11/25/2013
3/13/2014 1
5/24/2016 1
7/22/2014 1
7/22/2014 1
7/22/2014 1
7/25/2014 1
7/25/2014 1
7/25/2014 1
358
JULY 2016
Application Number
A2015/00059
A2015/00062
A2015/00063
A2015/00064
A2015/00085
A2015/00086
A2015/00087
A2015/00103
A2015/00352
A2015/00358
A2015/00416
A2015/00448
A2015/00480
A2015/00524
A2015/00526
A2015/00548
A2015/00579
A2015/00587
A2015/00591
A2015/00616
A2015/00735
A2015/00738
A2015/00766
A2015/00767
A2015/00768
A2015/00769
A2015/00793
A2015/00794
A2015/00863
A2015/01116
A2015/01140
A2015/01141
A2015/01172
A2015/01315
A2015/01316
A2015/01317
A2015/01319
A2015/01321
A2015/01322
A2015/01324
A2015/01328
A2015/01330
A2015/01331
A2015/01332
A2015/01333
A2015/01361
A2015/01369
CIPC PATENT JOURNAL
Design Articles
SANITARY NAPKINS
SANITARY NAPKINS
SANITARY NAPKINS
SANITARY NAPKINS
ORAL CARE IMPLEMENTS
ORAL CARE IMPLEMENTS
ORAL CARE IMPLEMENTS
MODULAR STRUCTURE - ROOF
PIECE
SHOE
SHOE OUTSOLE
BRANSON FONT
SHAVERS
KIOSK
SHIRT
GARMENT
ADVERTISEMENT DISPLAY FRAME
ADVERTISEMENT DISPLAY FRAME
GOLF CLUB HEAD FOR A PUTTER
GOLF CLUB HEAD FOR A PUTTER
GOLF CLUB HEAD FOR A PUTTER
Container
POOL CLEANERS
POOL CLEANERS
SHOE MIDSOLE
SHOE OUTSOLE
SHOE OUTSOLE
SHOE UPPER
SHOE MIDSOLE
SHOE UPPER
SHOE UPPER AND MIDSOLE
SHOE
Steering Wheel
Toy Car
NAIL CARE INSTRUMENT
WATCH BRACELETS
BOTTLE
BOTTLE
A SHAVING DEVICE
A SHAVING DEVICE
SOLAR LAMP
SOLAR LAMP
Planters
Food Container with Handle
Detachable Container Handle
Container Seal with Tabs
Container with Stacking Tabs
WHEELBARROWS
SECURITY COVER FOR AN
ELECTRIC GATE MOTOR
Filing Date
7/25/2014 1
7/25/2014 1
7/25/2014 1
7/25/2014 1
7/31/2014 1
7/31/2014 1
7/31/2014 1
5/24/2016 1
5/30/2016 1
5/30/2016 1
7/19/2016 9
9/25/2014 1
6/7/2016 12
5/30/2016 1
5/30/2016 1
6/7/2016 12
5/30/2016 1
5/30/2016 1
5/30/2016 1
5/30/2016 1
5/7/2014 12
5/7/2014 12
5/30/2016 1
5/30/2016 1
5/30/2016 1
5/30/2016 1
5/30/2016 1
5/30/2016 1
5/30/2016 1
5/30/2016 1
5/30/2016 1
5/30/2016 1
5/30/2016 1
3/2/2015 12
5/27/2016 1
5/27/2016 1
7/8/2016 11
7/8/2016 10
7/11/2016 9
7/11/2016 1
5/4/2015 12
5/27/2016 1
5/27/2016 1
5/27/2016 1
5/27/2016 1
7/2/2015 12
7/11/2016 9
359
JULY 2016
Application Number
A2015/01376
A2015/01378
A2015/01379
A2015/01383
A2015/01384
A2015/01385
A2015/01388
A2015/01389
A2015/01409
A2015/01433
A2015/01443
A2015/01462
A2015/01485
A2015/01486
A2015/01500
A2015/01519
A2015/01527
A2015/01549
A2015/01550
A2015/01551
A2015/01578
A2015/01629
A2015/01630
A2015/01635
A2015/01636
A2015/01637
A2015/01638
F2012/00557
F2014/01458
F2014/01462
F2015/00104
F2015/00547
F2015/00550
F2015/00586
F2015/00590
F2015/00608
F2015/00661
F2015/00780
F2015/00800
F2015/00828
F2015/00896
F2015/01220
F2015/01318
F2015/01320
CIPC PATENT JOURNAL
Design Articles
Pump
INSULATOR SUPPORT
A TROLLEY
DRAUGHT REGULATORS
MOTORCYLES
DISPENSING CONTAINER
ARRANGEMENT
Turbine
Pump
VEHICLES
VEHICLES
FRAME
LIDS FOR BOWLS
REFRIGERATOR
STOVE AND EXTRACTOR SET
BOTTLE
LIGHTER
CELLPHONE CHARGER
BOWLS
BOWLS
CONTAINERS
CAPSULE CONTAINER WITH
TAMPER EVIDENT LID
FIRE DETECTOR CASING
A HOSE OF INDEFINITE LENGTH
VOLATILE SUBSTANCE DISPENSER
VOLATILE SUBSTANCE DISPENSER
REFILL BOTTLE AND WICK
REFILL BOTTLE AND CAP
SHAKER CUPS
Hand-Held Drilling Machine Holding
Frames
Hand-Held Drilling Machine Holding
Frames
MODULAR STRUCTURE - ROOF
PIECE
ADVERTISEMENT DISPLAY FRAME
GOLF CLUB HEAD FOR A PUTTER
GOLF CLUB HEAD FOR A PUTTER
GOLF CLUB HEAD FOR A PUTTER
GOLF CLUB HEAD FOR A PUTTER
A CONTAINER
DRILL STEEL SHANK ADAPTOR
DELTAROD COMPOSITE MATERIAL
STRUCTURAL WALL SYSTEM
PAPER DISPENSER
PACKAGING, STORAGE SEALS,
LIDS, RESEALABLE PACKAGING
TOOL FOR A PRESS BRAKE
A SHAVING DEVICE
A SHAVING DEVICE
Filing Date
5/27/2016 1
9/9/2015 12
9/9/2015 12
9/10/2015 1
3/12/2015 1
9/10/2015 1
5/27/2016 1
5/27/2016 1
6/9/2016 12
6/9/2016 12
6/9/2016 12
6/21/2016 1
7/11/2016 1
7/11/2016 1
7/11/2016 1
6/20/2016 1
6/22/2016 1
6/23/2016 1
6/23/2016 1
6/23/2016 1
6/3/2016 12
6/23/2016 1
6/23/2016 1
6/23/2016 1
6/23/2016 1
6/23/2016 1
6/23/2016 1
7/19/2016 9
5/24/2016 1
5/24/2016 1
5/24/2016 1
5/30/2016 1
5/30/2016 1
5/30/2016 1
5/30/2016 1
5/30/2016 1
6/24/2016 1
7/25/2016 9
7/21/2016 1
7/7/2016 10
7/22/2016 1
7/8/2016 10
7/8/2016 11
7/8/2016 10
360
JULY 2016
Application Number
F2015/01323
F2015/01325
F2015/01359
F2015/01360
F2015/01366
F2015/01372
F2015/01373
F2015/01374
F2015/01375
F2015/01382
F2015/01386
F2015/01430
F2015/01444
F2015/01577
F2015/01631
F2015/01633
F2016/00101
CIPC PATENT JOURNAL
Design Articles
SOLAR LAMP
SOLAR LAMP
Sledge
WHEELBARROWS
A PROTECTIVE BUFFER STRAP
TOOLS AND HARDWARE
TOOLS AND HARDWARE
TOOLS AND HARDWARE
TOOLS AND HARDWARE
DRAUGHT REGULATORS
DISPENSING CONTAINER
ARRANGEMENT
DOUBLE ROLLER SNATCH BLOCK
FRAME
FRYERS
COMPOSITE BEAMS
ROOF BRACKET
BREAD BLADE GRINDING MACHINE
Filing Date
7/11/2016 1
7/11/2016 1
5/27/2016 1
7/2/2015 12
7/8/2016 9:
7/13/2016 1
7/12/2016 1
7/13/2016 1
7/13/2016 1
9/10/2015 1
9/10/2015 1
7/13/2016 1
6/9/2016 12
6/23/2016 1
6/23/2016 1
6/23/2016 1
5/30/2016 1
361