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|1.||WO||WO/2013/177605 - DESTRUCTURED AND MODIFIED VIRUS IMMUNOGENS||05.12.2013||
|PCT/AU2012/000614||MONASH UNIVERSITY||NETTER, Hans|
The present invention provides a composition comprising modified surface antigen of hepatitis B virus (HBV) (HBsAg) comprising specific cysteine mutations. In some embodiments, HBsAg are provided which comprise a human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) MPER region with our without cysteine modifications. Also provided are methods of inducing an enhanced immune response.
|2.||WO||WO/2013/177606 - FILTER CAGE AND FILTER ASSEMBLY FOR BAGHOUSE FILTER||05.12.2013||
|PCT/AU2013/000350||ADVANCETEX INTERNATIONAL PTY LTD||NEATE, Michael J.|
Disclosed herein is a filter assembly (10). The filter assembly (10) includes a filter cage (12) having a plurality of parallel longitudinally extending members (14) that are arranged in a circular or oval configuration and which define a longitudinal axis (16). Each of the longitudinal members (14) comprises either a single longitudinal member or a pair of abutting longitudinal members. A plurality of transverse members (18) extend generally inwardly from the longitudinal members (14). The transverse members (18) each have outer ends (18a) fixedly connected to a respective one of the longitudinal members (14). A plurality of groups of the transverse members (18) are provided at longitudinally spaced apart positions, with the outer ends (18a) of the transverse members (18) in each group being circumferentially spaced apart around the circular or oval configuration to define longitudinal spaces (100) therebetween. The longitudinal members (14) and the transverse members (18) together define a frame adapted to sleevably receive a filter bag (22) thereover, the frame being adapted to retain the filter bag (22) in an open configuration upon application of negative pressure within the filter bag, in which open configuration, when viewed from a longitudinal end, the filter bag (22) adopts a zig zag or pleated filter surface area due to the bag being drawn into the longitudinal spaces (100).
|3.||WO||WO/2013/177607 - METHODS AND COMPOSITIONS FOR IMPROVING A RESPONSE TO A METABOLIC STRESS||05.12.2013||
|PCT/AU2013/000461||HIT SOUTHERN PTY LTD||HRANISAVLJEVIC, Jovan|
The present disclosure relates to methods and compositions for improving a response to a metabolic stress. Certain embodiments provide a method of improving a response to a metabolic stress in a subject. The method comprises administering to a mucosal membrane of the subject an effective amount of an autolysate from rootlets of a barley plant of the species Hordeum, and/or an extract or a purified component of the autolysate.
|4.||WO||WO/2013/177608 - METHOD OF TREATING SCEDOSPORIUM SPP. INFECTION||05.12.2013||
|PCT/AU2013/000487||BIODIEM LIMITED||PHILLIPS, Julie|
The present invention provides a method of treatment of Scedosporium spp. infection in an animal comprising the step of administering to the infected animal an effective amount of a compound of formula I or a pharmaceutically-acceptable salt thereof
|5.||WO||WO/2013/177609 - CONNECTION ARRANGEMENTS, PIVOTS AND MECHANISMS||05.12.2013||
|PCT/AU2013/000508||CIILOCK ENGINEERING PTY LTD||JABER, Hani|
A connection arrangement including a pivot pin (10), a bogey (20) and a member (4). The member is movable relative to the pivot pin, being biased from a first position to a second position. The bogey defines a cavity (20c). When the member is in its first position, a portion of the pivot pin is receivable within the cavity. When the member is in its second position, one or more spherical features (8) of the pivot pin are supported by the member and positioned to engage the bogey to resist removal of the pivot pin from the cavity.
|6.||WO||WO/2013/177610 - A LOCK||05.12.2013||
|PCT/AU2013/000538||CIILOCK ENGINEERING PTY LTD||JABER, Hani|
A lock 100 mountable to a member and including at least one engagement feature 6. The engagement feature has an engaging position, in which the engagement feature(s), or at least one feature driven by the engagement feature(s), is engageable with another member to limit movement of the member relative to the other member. The engagement feature also has a disengaged position for allowing the member to move relative to the other members. The lock further includes a key receiving portion 2, 5 and a retraction mechanism 4F, 2D. The key receiving portion is reconfigurable with a key from a locked configuration, in which the engagement feature is held in its engaging position, to an unlocked configuration in which the engagement feature(s) is moveable from its engaging position to its disengaged position. The retraction mechanism is responsive to said movement to retract the key receiving portion.
|7.||WO||WO/2013/177611 - REFLEX COAXIAL ILLUMINATOR||05.12.2013||
|PCT/AU2013/000546||ELLEX R&D PTY LTD||PLUNKETT, Malcolm|
A mirror for an ophthalmic laser treatment device that is movable on an axis from a position in a treatment laser beam path to a position out of the treatment laser beam path. The mirror reflects light from a light source into the eye of a patient. The mirror is biased towards a position in the path and is moved out of the path by an actuator just long enough for the laser treatment to be applied and without noticeable interruption to viewing by a user.
|8.||WO||WO/2013/177612 - WATERCRAFT FIN||05.12.2013||
|PCT/AU2013/000548||3DFINS PTY LTD||POTTER, Courtney James|
In one aspect the present invention provides a watercraft fin including a first side surface and a second side surface wherein at least one of the first side surface or the second side surface includes a plurality of dimples.
|9.||WO||WO/2013/177613 - ROTARY COMBUSTION ENGINE||05.12.2013||
|PCT/AU2013/000551||ELLIS, Maurice||ELLIS, Maurice|
A rotary engine (100) including a drum (102), a shaft (104) connected to said drum (102) adapted for rotary motion, propulsion chamber means (106, 108) formed in said drum (102) for receiving a fuel mixture, combustion chamber means (110, 112) external to said drum (102) for ignition of said fuel mixture and exhaust chamber means (117, 119) formed in said drum (102) for expelling burnt fuel from said combustion chamber means (117, 119). The fuel mixture is ignited when said propulsion chamber means (106, 108) overlaps said combustion chamber means (117, 119) in order to rotate said propulsion chamber means (106, 108) thereby rotating said drum (102) and said shaft (104).
|10.||WO||WO/2013/177614 - A PAYMENT SYSTEM||05.12.2013||
|PCT/AU2013/000556||LAYPAY PTY LTD||SCHAEFER, Alexander Morgan Roland|
There is disclosed a payment system for making payments with respect to a plurality of purchases, comprising: a user identifier receiver for receiving a user identifier; a funds transfer data receiver for receiving from an external computing system funds transfer data corresponding to a funds transfer; a purchase data retriever configured to retrieve purchase data with respect to the purchases from purchase data stored in association with respective user identifiers in a memory using the user identifier; a funds transfer value generator configured to generate a plurality of funds transfer values, each one of the funds transfer values corresponding to a respective one of the purchases; a payment value calculator configured to calculate a payment value corresponding to each one of the purchases based on one or more of the group consisting of the purchase data retrieved from the memory, the funds transfer values and the funds transfer data; and a purchase data modifier configured to modify the purchase data retrieved from the memory based on one or more of the group consisting of the payment values, the funds transfer values and the funds transfer data, and to output the purchase data as modified.