|1.||WO||WO/2012/030313 - METHOD OF DETERMINING A COMPLETE BLOOD COUNT AND A WHITE BLOOD CELL DIFFERENTIAL COUNT||08.03.2012||
|PCT/US2009/041858||WINKELMAN, James||WINKELMAN, James|
Automatic analyzer for blood or bone marrow. Has a pipetting robot automatically dispensing the (diluted) blood onto a slide in the form of two streaks. Microscopic images of the blood streaks are taken and the cells are counted and identified by an image recognition system. The analyzer can also strain blood and take images at defined wavelength-bands using either a filter or a tuneable LED.
|2.||WO||WO/2012/018252 - CUSHIONING ELEMENT, FOOTWEAR, INSOLE, DEFORMABLE FILLING, AND ENVELOPE||09.02.2012||
|PCT/NL2010/000124||S.C. JOHNSON & SON, INC.||DE ROODE, Bartholomeus Mattheus|
Cushioning element (4) for footwear, having a deformable filling (12) and an envelope (10) that encloses the deformable filling. The envelope is arranged for forming at least one flow channel (837). In use, at least part of the deformable filling flows into the at least one flow channel as a result of increased pressure of the deformable filling caused by a mechanical load The deformable filling contains solid bodies and further contains a lubricating fluid for mutually lubricating the solid bodies. A dimension of the at least one flow channel is arranged for hindering entrance of the solid bodies into the at least one flow channel during cushioning.
|3.||WO||WO/2012/004802 - CONTINUOUS FLOW PROCESS FOR THE PREPARATION OF SULPHOXIDE COMPOUNDS||12.01.2012||
|PCT/IN2010/000456||COUNCIL OF SCIENTIFIC & INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH||KULKARNI, Amol, Arvind|
A continuous micromixer based process for the synthesis of sulphoxide compounds with a reaction time of less than or equal one minute is disclosed. The process shows selectivity of > 95% towards the sulphoxide compounds.
|4.||WO||WO/2011/155918 - SURGICAL FASTENERS, APPLICATOR INSTRUMENTS, AND METHODS FOR DEPLOYING SURGICAL FASTENERS||15.12.2011||
|PCT/US2010/033959||ETHICON, INC.||NERING, Robert|
An applicator instrument for dispensing surgical fasteners includes a housing, an elongated shaft extending from the housing, a firing rod disposed inside the elongated shaft and being movable within a first plane between a retracted position and an extended position, an advancer disposed inside the elongated shaft and being moveable within a second plane between a retracted position and an extended position, and a staging assembly located adjacent the distal end of the elongated shaft and being adapted to align surgical fasteners with a distal end of the firing rod. The staging assembly is held below the second plane by the advancer when the advancer is in the extended position and the staging assembly is adapted to move into at least partial alignment with the distal end of the firing rod when the advancer is in the retracted position.
|5.||WO||WO/2011/138678 - COMPOSITIONS, GELS AND FOAMS WITH RHEOLOGY MODULATORS AND USES THEREOF||10.11.2011||
|PCT/IB2011/001374||FOAMIX LTD.||TAMARKIN, Dov|
The present disclosure relates generally to compositions for cosmetic or pharmaceutical application. The compositions include a carrier and rheology modulators.
|6.||WO||WO/2011/139291 - SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR BALLISTIC SOLUTIONS||10.11.2011||
|PCT/US2010/048385||BAY, Laurence, Andrew||BAY, Laurence, Andrew|
Disclosed embodiments, as well as features and aspects thereof, are directed towards providing a system, device and method for calculating comprehensive ballistic solutions, or portions thereof, via a varying magnification optical range determining and ballistic trajectory calculating apparatus referred to as a ballistic solutions device. Advantageously, embodiments of a ballistic solutions device may drastically reduce marksman error in milling targets by employing a measurement component configured to measure angular movement of a projectile launching device, such as a rifle, thus delivering consistently accurate distance to target estimations. Additionally, embodiments of a ballistic solutions device may also comprise features and aspects that enable a user to leverage available real-time field data such that error associated with the measurement of those variables is minimized prior to calculating and rendering a comprehensive ballistic solution derived from stored DOPE.
|7.||WO||WO/2011/115639 - MICROBIALLY-STABLE VITAMIN E SOLUTIONS||22.09.2011||
|PCT/US2010/043218||SUNNY DELIGHT BEVERAGES||CAMPBELL, Marta|
The present application discloses microbially-stable solutions of water- solubilized lipophilic vitamins, such as Vitamin E. These solutions contain from about 0.5% to about 30% of a salt selected from potassium chloride, magnesium chloride, calcium chloride, potassium phosphate, calcium phosphate, potassium sulfate, calcium phosphate, magnesium phosphate, magnesium sulfate, potassium iodide, and mixtures of these salts. The method of providing microbially-stable solutions of such water-solubilized lipophilic vitamins, as well as food and beverage products containing those microbially-stabilized water-solubilized lipophilic vitamins, are also disclosed.
|8.||WO||WO/2011/110746 - METHOD FOR PRODUCING PULP||15.09.2011||
|PCT/FI2011/050206||METSO PAPER, INC.||LAMMI, Lari|
A method for producing pulp is disclosed. More particularly, the invention concerns a displacement batch cooking process comprising a steam-phase prehydrolysis step, wherein the recovery of the by-products is improved. In the recovery step of the present invention, after the target P-factor in the prehydrolysis stage is reached, hot washing liquid is introduced into the digester from the bottom thereof. The washing liquid is circulated via the suction screens to the top and to the bottom of the digester until the prehydrolyzed chips are under the washing liquid. The hot washing liquid containing by-products is recovered from the digester and the digester contents are neutralized by displacing the washing liquid with alkaline liquor.
|9.||WO||WO/2011/106886 - FISH HOOK WITH CLASP EYE||09.09.2011||
|PCT/CA2011/000239||BORENSTEIN, David, F.||BORENSTEIN, David, F.|
Disclosed is a fish hook with a detachable clasp connection feature forming part of a fish hook eye thereby offering convenient attachment to fishing lures and the like in comparison to conventional split ring connections. At least a portion of the fish hook is of spring like material where the connection feature of the clasp eye includes portions which are resiliently associated in a closed position but can be forced open to attach or detach the fish hook from the fishing lure. The clasp eye on the shank of the hook may be configured in the form of a wire locking clasp. Further, the clasp eye can be tapered or pointed allowing bait to be rigged on the shank of a treble hook.
|10.||WO||WO/2011/109719 - PUSH ON THREADLESS SPRINKLER AND FITTING||09.09.2011||
|PCT/US2011/027211||THE VIKING CORPORATION||ORR, Shawn G.|
A threadless fitting for fluidly coupling a sprinkler assembly to a pipe is provided. The sprinkler assembly includes a body having an orifice extending therethrough for fluid communication with the pipe. The fitting may include an inner annular member including a plurality of prongs extending radially inward therefrom. The plurality of prongs may be angled away from an outlet of the fitting to allow the body of the sprinkler assembly to be inserted into the fitting and prevent the body from being retracted from the fitting.