||WO||WO/2015/006795 - SYSTEM AND METHOD OF IMPLEMENTING NEAR REAL TIME UPDATES TO A SEARCH INDEX||22.01.2015||
||PCT/AU2013/001387||CARSALES.COM LTD||HERNAT SIRAKY, Aaron|
A method of updating a search index for stored data wherein the search index includes at least one data structure, the method including receiving a request to update a first index data structure, producing a copy of the data structure thereby generating a second data structure, preventing any further requests to update the first index data structure, effecting the update to the second data structure such that the search index accurately reflects the stored data, retaining the first index data structure until all search queries previously directed to the first index data structure are completed, swapping the first index data structure with the updated second data structure upon which all new search queries are conducted, the second data structure thereby becoming the first index data structure and acting as the search index, or part thereof, and allowing further requests to update the first index data structure.
||WO||WO/2015/006796 - TREATMENT OF MINERALS||22.01.2015||
||PCT/AU2014/000481||TECHNOLOGICAL RESOURCES PTY. LIMITED||LONERGAN, Adam Bain|
A method of treating non-magnetic iron-bearing material to form an iron-rich component that is separable from a gangue-rich component is disclosed. The method comprises treating the iron-bearing material by roasting the material under reducing conditions which cause (a) formation of separate iron-rich and a gangue-rich components and (b) the iron-rich component to become magnetic. Also disclosed is a method of preparing iron-bearing feedstock for a metallurgical process. This method comprises the aforementioned treatment method and further comprises reducing the size of the treated iron-bearing material to a particle size that enables dry, magnetic separation of the iron-rich component from the gangue-rich component and magnetically separating the iron-rich component from the gangue-rich component.
||WO||WO/2015/006811 - DIAGNOSTIC METHODS||22.01.2015||
||PCT/AU2014/000730||THE WALTER AND ELIZA HALL INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL RESEARCH||BLEWITT, Marnie|
A method for identifying the level of T-regulatory cell activity in a test biological sample comprising immune cells, the method comprising screening a test sample for the methylation profiles of a pre-selected genetic locus/loci selected from the list consisting of: (i) at least one genetic locus or at least two genetic Loci defined m one or more of Table 1 to Table 5; (ii) at least one genetic locus or at least two genetic loci defined in one or more of Table 6 to Table 10; and (iii) at least two genetic loci defined in one or more of Table 1 to Table 5, and one or more of Table 6 to Table 10; and determining the degree of concordance between the test methylation profiles and a reference methylation profile, wherein the degree of concordance identifies the level of T-regulatory cell activity in the sample.
||WO||WO/2015/006832 - GROUND WORKING TOOL WITH REPLACEABLE TEETH||22.01.2015||
||PCT/AU2014/050135||DIGGA AUSTRALIA PTY LTD||WRIGHT, Stewart James|
A ground working tool comprises a tooth holder (70) and a replaceable tooth (30), the tooth holder (70) comprising a recess (74) for receiving at least part of a tooth (30), the recess (74) having an upper surface (80) and an opposed lower surface (78), at least one projection (92, 94) of hard material extending from the upper surface or the lower surface of the recess of the tooth holder (74), the tooth (30) comprising a distal part (32) for engaging or working the ground or earth during use and a proximal part (34), the proximal part (34) of the tooth (30) being received within the recess (74) of the tooth holder (70), the proximal part (34) of the tooth having an upper surface (33) and a lower surface (35), the tooth (30) having at least one recess (60, 62) on the upper surface or the lower surface of the proximal part thereof, the at least one recess (60, 62) being of complementary size and shape to the at least one projection (92, 94) of hard material in the recess of the tooth holder such that the at least one projection is positioned within the at least one recess of the tooth when the tooth is fully inserted in the recess of the tooth holder.
||WO||WO/2015/006798 - SECURE DATA OBJECT GENERATION AND MANAGEMENT||22.01.2015||
||PCT/AU2014/000715||COCOON DATA HOLDINGS LIMITED||WILD, Simon|
A method for secure communication of a data object comprising: forming a secure data object by: (i) establishing, in association with a first client application by an originator of the data object, a plurality of controls associated with the data object and at least one collaborator intended to have access to the data object; (ii) recording at a server application metadata associated with the data object and the plurality of controls; (iii) forming, in association with the first client application, the secure data object by encrypting the data object with at least one key linked with the metadata and provided by the server application; and either storing or providing the secure data object to afford access thereto by the at least one collaborator. A corresponding method for accessing thus formed secure data object by the at least one collaborator intended to have access to said data object is also disclosed.
||WO||WO/2015/006833 - A METHOD FOR TREATING TYPE 1 DIABETES||22.01.2015||
||PCT/AU2014/050136||ST. VINCENT'S INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL RESEARCH||MANNERING, Stuart|
The present disclosure relates to a method for the treatment or prevention of Type 1 diabetes including a condition associated with Type 1 diabetes and to therapeutic and prophylactic agents useful for same. The present disclosure further teaches diagnostic assays in the detection and monitoring of Type 1 diabetes and its associated conditions.
||WO||WO/2015/006822 - METHOD OF PRE-PREPARING MEDICATIONS FOR THERAPEUTIC USES||22.01.2015||
||PCT/AU2014/050122||ALCHEMIA ONCOLOGY PTY LIMITED||WEST, Michael|
The present invention relates to the method of pre-preparing pharmaceutical compositions for therapeutic uses, particularly pre-preparing medications for treating patients (e.g., cancer patients and the like) by intravenous infusion.
||WO||WO/2015/006836 - NETWORK NODE AND COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM UTILISING ONE OR MORE OF SAID NODES||22.01.2015||
||PCT/AU2014/050139||MINE SITE TECHNOLOGIES PTY LTD||SNELL, Christopher|
The present invention concerns a network node comprising: first and second modems and a digital switch having one or more ports for attaching peripheral devices, the switch being interposed between the first and second modems, first and second cables being' respectively connectable to the first and second modems, wherein the network node is operable as a point-to-point link Further, the invention concerns a network of such nodes, connected by cables to form a series of point -to "point links. The invention allows a new, cable-based network topology of point-to-point links, which finds particular application in environments such as underground mines, subways and tunnels.
||WO||WO/2015/006828 - A METHOD FOR TREATING HAEMORRHAGE, SHOCK AND BRAIN INJURY||22.01.2015||
||PCT/AU2014/050130||DOBSON, Geoffrey||DOBSON, Geoffrey|
The invention relates to a composition and method for increasing blood pressure, including a low pain or analgesic state or hypotensive anaesthesia in a subject that has suffered a life threatening hypotension or shock or reducing hypofusion in the whole body of a subject. The composition comprises (i) a compound selected from at least one of a potassium channel opener, a potassium channel agonist and an adenosine receptor agonist; and (ii) an antiarrhythmic agent or a local anaesthetic.
||WO||WO/2015/006816 - FISHING LURE||22.01.2015||
||PCT/AU2014/000736||NEAL, Andrew John||NEAL, Andrew John|
A fishing lure (10) comprising a flexible frame (12) formed from first and second side walls (18, 20) defining a tubular member (14). One or more hook connections (32) are provided on the frame for receiving fishing hooks (34). The first and second side walls (18, 20) may be flexed apart to receive a bait fish (11) and will flex back to secure the bait fish (11) within the tubular member (14).