||WO||WO/2007/054972 - METHOD OF PRODUCING SUCROSE-6-ACETATE BY WHOLE-CELL BIOCATALYSIS||18.05.2007||
||PCT/IN2006/000384||PHARMED MEDICARE PVT. LTD.||RATNAM, Rakesh|
A process is described which uses whole cell preparations, immobilized or without immobilization, of a microorganism, including Aureobasidium pullulans, capable of forming enzymes of the group of fructosyltransferases, for catalyzing a reaction between sucrose and 6-0-protected glucose for formation of 6-0-protected sucrose, an intermediate in synthesis of trichlorogaiactosucrose. 6-0-protected Sucrose is separated from high molecular weight by-products of the reaction having molecular weight of 500 daltons and more by reverse osmosis, and further purified by column chromatography.
||WO||WO/2007/054973 - ENZYME CATALYZED DE-ACYLATION OF CHLORINATED SUGAR DERIVATIVES||18.05.2007||
||PCT/IN2006/000385||PHARMED MEDICARE PVT. LTD.||RATNAM, Rakesh|
A process of production of trichlorogalactosucrose is described in which deacylation of sucrose-6-ester is achieved by subjecting the reaction mixture after chlorination, neutralization and adjustment of pH to 6.5 to 7 to deacylation by using a lipase or a protease, in a free or in an immobilized form.
||WO||WO/2007/052303 - PROCESS FOR PRODUCTION OF CHLORINATED SUCROSE BASED ON HYDROPHOBIC AFFINITY CHROMATOGRAPHY.||10.05.2007||
||PCT/IN2006/000327||PHARMED MEDICARE PVT. LTD.||RATNAM, Rakesh|
This invention relates to a process for selective capture, isolation and purification of chlorinated sucrose compounds, including chlorinated sucrose, their precursors and derivatives, including trichlorogalactosucrose (TGS), directly from chlorinated reaction mixture by column chromatography on adsorbents and under conditions which result in specific and selective affinity towards one or more of chlorinated sucrose compound. The process also integrates de-esterification of chlorinated sucrose esters adsorbed on the adsorbent while they are being treated with desorbent. The process also provides a novel approach to concentration and crystallization of TGS. The chlorinated sucrose derivatives, including TGS, thus isolated are substantially free from most impurities, salts and organic solvents. The process has high recovery of more than 95% in terms of desired chlorinated sucrose derivatives including TGS.
||WO||WO/2007/049989 - RAILWAY VEHICLE VENTILATION AND AIR-CONDITIONING SYSTEM||03.05.2007||
||PCT/RU2006/000372||NAGOLKIN, Alexandr Vladimirovich||NAGOLKIN, Alexandr Vladimirovich|
The inventive ventilation and air-conditioning system for a passenger railway vehicle comprises a conditioner which is arranged in a vehicle ceiling space and provided with pipes for sucking in external and recirculated air and a pipe for supplying an air treated by the conditioner to a central supply air duct, which is mounted in the vehicle ceiling space along the length thereof and comprises an output opening for supplying air to each compartment. Said system is provided with an air-disinfecting device which is used for removing microorganisms and viruses is placed in each compartment near the central air duct output and/or in the vehicle passage near a discharge air duct input. The air disinfecting device is embodied in the form of a rigid body made of a dielectric material and shaped in the form of a flat parallelepiped provided, in the body thereof, with m channels which are positioned on the same plane in parallel to each other and comprise an electrode system and an electrostatic precipitator arranged therein, wherein said precipitator comprises oppositely charged electrodes which are in series arranged across the flow and separated by dielectric plates and said electrodes and plates are made of a highly porous material.
||WO||WO/2007/017891 - GENERATION OF PHOSPHORUS OXYCHLORIDE AS BY-PRODUCT FROM PHOSPHORUS PENTACHLORIDE AND DMF AND ITS USE FOR CHLORINATION REACTION BY CONVERTING INTO VILSMEIER-HAACK REAGENT.||15.02.2007||
||PCT/IN2006/000151||PHARMED MEDICARE PRIVATE LIMITED||RATNAM, Rakesh|
A process is described wherein after formation of first crop of Vilsmeier-Haack reagent by reacting Phosphorus Pentachloride with N,N-dimethylformamide to form a first crop of Vilsmeier reagent as insoluble crystals, a by-product of this reaction, the Phosphorus Oxy-Chloride, reacts with N,N-dimethylformamide to give a second crop of Vilsmeier reagent. This second crop of Vilsmeier reagent is soluble in DIV1F. This process makes it possible to double the yield of chlorinated substrate, such as sucrose-6-acetate or sucrose-6-benzoate, from the same quantity of Phosphorus Pentachloride.
||WO||WO/2006/136169 - CRYSTALLINE BASE OF ESCITALOPRAM AND ORODISPERSIBLE TABLETS COMPRISING ESCITALOPRAM BASE||28.12.2006||
||PCT/DK2006/000366||H. LUNDBECK A/S||DANCER, Robert|
The present invention relates to the crystalline base of the well known antidepressant drug escitalopram, S-1-[3-(dimethylamino)propyl]-1-(4-fluorophenyl)-1,3-dihydro-5-isobenzofurancarbonitrile, formulations of said base, a process for the preparation of purified salts of escitalopram, such as the oxalate, using the base, the salts obtained by said process and formulations containing such salts, and a process for the preparation of purified escitalopram free base or salts of escitalopram, such as the oxalate, using the hydrobromide, the salts obtained by said process and formulations containing such salts. Finally the present invention relates to an orodispersible tablet having a hardness of at least 22 N and an oral-disintegration time of less than 120 s and comprising an active pharmaceutical ingredient adsorbed onto a water soluble filler wherein the active pharmaceutical ingredient has a melting point in the range of 40-100 °C, as well as a method for making such an orodispersible tablet.
||WO||WO/2006/129882 - LIQUID CONTAINER, LIQUID SUPPLYING SYSTEM AND CIRCUIT BOARD FOR LIQUID CONTAINER||07.12.2006||
||PCT/JP2006/311472||CANON KABUSHIKI KAISHA||WATANABE, Kenjiro|
A liquid container detachably mountable to a recording apparatus to which a plurality of liquid containers are detachably mountable, wherein the recording apparatus includes an apparatus antenna and photoreceptor means, the liquid container includes a container antenna communicatable with the apparatus antenna without physical contact therebetween; an information storing portion capable of storing at least individual information of the liquid container; a light emitting portion; and a controller for controlling light emission of the light emitting portion in response to a correspondence between a signal indicative individual information supplied through the container antenna and the information stored in the information storing portion.
||WO||WO/2006/120697 - TIN MEDIATED REGIOSELECTIVE SYNTHESIS OF SUCROSE-6-ESTERS||16.11.2006||
||PCT/IN2006/000057||PHARMED MEDICARE PRIVATE LIMITED||RATNAM, Rakesh|
A method is disclosed for regioselective synthesis of sucrose-6-acetate via formation of a novel sucrose-tin adduct using sucrose and DBTO. The novel tin adduct can be represented by a formula (6-O-sucrose) - O - Snbutyl.sub.2 -O- (6-O-sucrose) or as 1,3.( di O-sucrose) dibutyl stannylene. The adduct is acylated to yield sucrose-6-acetate or sucrose-6-benzoate as major product.
||WO||WO/2006/102243 - ALPHA KETOAMIDE COMPOUNDS AS CYSTEINE PROTEASE INHIBITORS||28.09.2006||
||PCT/US2006/010063||APPLERA CORPORATION||GRAUPE, Michael|
The present invention is directed to compounds that are inhibitors of cysteine proteases, in particular, cathepsins B, K, L, F, and S and are therefore useful in treating diseases mediated by these proteases. The present invention is directed to pharmaceutical compositions comprising these compounds and processes for preparing them.
||WO||WO/2006/096041 - METHOD FOR RECONDITIONING A HOUSEHOLD ION-EXCHANGE DRINKING WATER FILTERING CASSETTE AND A DEVICE FOR REMOVING NITRATES FROM DRINKING WATER||14.09.2006||
||PCT/LT2006/000003||UZDAROJI AKCINE BENDROVA GERVA||PELAKAUSKAS, Vytautas|
The inventive method for reconditioning a household ion-exchange cassette for filtering a drinking water and device for removing nitrates from drinking water relate to water filter cleaning and to cleaning, regenerating and disinfecting ion-exchange fillers. The method for reconditioning a household filtering cassette consists in regenerating the cassette ion-exchange filler by filtering a 10 % table salt solution and in disinfecting by boiling water, wherein said reconditioning is regularly repeatable at least one time each two weeks. The inventive drinking water ion-exchange filter comprises a container provided with brackets and a funnel, which is arranged thereon and has an opening for receiving a cassette. Said cassette and the filler thereof which occupies the entire volume of the cassette are made of a heat-resistant materials withstanding a temperature of at least 100 °C. Several hard balls made of an inert material are placed in the ion-exchange filler. The container can be provided with a heating element. The device for removing nitrates from water consists of said filter, a cylinder for measuring a salt quantity and a nitrate sensor.