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|1.||WO||WO/2013/183040 - A TABLE SYSTEM FOR SERVING AND DISPLAYING FOOD AND BEVERAGES||12.12.2013||
|PCT/IL2013/000052||KADOSH, Yariv||KADOSH, Yariv|
A ring-shaped serving table, with a non-perfect round space in the center, that is made up of two identical or similar half-ring shaped plates that may be joined together in two ways: to create a ring-shaped table and to create an S-shaped table.
|2.||WO||WO/2013/183042 - DEVICE FOR REMOVABLE ATTACHMENT OF DENTAL PROSTHESIS||12.12.2013||
|PCT/IL2013/050466||SKVIRSKY, Igor||MONASSEVITCH, Leonid|
The present invention relates to a device for the attachment of dental prosthesis, consisting of a male component which can be anchored into a jaw and a removable attachable female component for receiving the artificial teeth. The device includes at least one spring element and at least one retention element. At least one spring element is a leaf spring element which is made of superelastic material and connected by one of its end to a removable female component or the installed male component of the dental prosthesis and has a convex part on its second end for tight friction contacting with the retention element of opposite component of the dental prosthesis.
|3.||WO||WO/2013/183043 - WIDE ANGLE OPTICAL SYSTEM||12.12.2013||
|PCT/IL2013/050468||MODIEVSKY, Gregory||MODIEVSKY, Gregory|
- 22 - Abstract A system for diverting wide angle incident electromagnetic radiation to parallel to an optical axis of a wide FOV lens. The system includes a wide FOV lens system including at least one wide FOV lens and an electromagnetic radiation sensitive device. The wide FOV lens system includes at least one wide FOV lens, the wide FOV lens includes a smooth outer surface that is transparent to the incident electromagnetic radiation. The wide FOV lens system is superposed over an outer surface of the electromagnetic radiation sensitive device, the electromagnetic radiation sensitive device is capable of interacting with the incident electromagnetic radiation.
|4.||WO||WO/2013/183044 - DEVICES FOR ENABLING MOVEMENT OF A WHEELCHAIR ON STAIRS AND A WHEELCHAIR INCLUDING THE DEVICES||12.12.2013||
|PCT/IL2013/050472||BEERI, Shmuel||BEERI, Shmuel|
A device comprising: a hollow sleeve; and a leg slidable in the sleeve; the leg having a retracted position in the sleeve and an extended position in the sleeve, the leg having one or more auxiliary wheels or a continuous track at an end of the leg; the device being configured for attachment to a wheelchair between a front wheel of the wheelchair and a back wheel of the wheelchair.
|5.||WO||WO/2013/183045 - CUTTING INSERT AND TOOL HAVING AN ANTI-SLIP ARRANGEMENT||12.12.2013||
|PCT/IL2013/050473||ISCAR LTD.||HECHT, Gil|
A cutting tool (12) and a cutting insert (14), each of which including a base surface (18, 34) and an anti-slip arrangement (24, 40) adjacent thereto. Each anti-slip arrangement (24, 40) includes an actuator surface (30, 44) and non- parallel first (26A, 42A) and second (26B, 42B) abutment surfaces, and the actuator surface (30) of the cutting tool (12) is a surface of a clamp (28) of the cutting tool (12). The cutting insert (14) is mounted on the cutting tool (12) via engagement of the base surfaces (18, 34) thereof and the clamp (28) is operable to bias the actuator surfaces (30, 44) against each other and thereby force the first (26A, 42A) and second (26B, 42B) abutment surfaces against each other, for preventing slippage of the cutting insert (14) along the tool's base surface (18).
|6.||WO||WO/2013/183046 - BELT/METALLIC LINK CHAIN LOADED AMMUNITION FEEDER IN A REMOTE CONTROLLED WEAPON STATION||12.12.2013||
|PCT/IL2013/050474||RAFAEL ADVANCED DEFENCE SYSTEMS LTD.||CHACHAMIAN, Shimon|
Belt/Metallic Link Chain Loaded Ammunition Feeder in a Remote Controlled Weapon Station (RCWS) that comprises feeding mechanism for routing chained ammunition from ammunition reservoir means towards the weapon's bullets entrance opening wherein said feeding mechanism comprises - a first chute assembly for routing chained ammunition from said ammunition reservoir means towards the region of the RCWS's elevating/lowering axis, wherein said first chute assembly is mounted on the RCWS's rotatable turret assembly; and a second chute assembly for continuing routing said chained ammunition from the region of said elevating/lowering axis towards the entry opening of the bullets entrance of the weapon, wherein the second chute is mounted the RCWS's mounting bracket; and wherein the chained ammunition traversing over said elevating/lowering axis region in its passing from the first chute assembly to the second chute assembly happens when said ammunition is directed in an orientation that is at least substantially suited to the direction of said elevating/lowering axis; and at the time that said mounting bracket assembly is propelled to elevating/lowering motion around said elevating/lowering axis, the first chute assembly remains static and the second chute assembly is dynamic and propelled together with said mounting bracket assembly around said elevating/lowering axis.
|7.||WO||WO/2013/183047 - REMOTE CONTROLLED NON-LETHAL WEAPON STATION||12.12.2013||
|PCT/IL2013/050475||RAFAEL ADVANCED DEFENSE SYSTEMS LTD.||TIKOCHINSKI, Moti|
A Remote Controlled Weapon Station is provided that comprises a weapon mounting bracket that is remotely adjustable in elevating/lowering and a rotatable turret assembly adapted to be mounted on vehicles, remotely adjustable in rotation, and wherein the weapon mounting bracket is pivotally mounted on it, and the Remote Controlled Weapon Station is converted into a remote controlled Non Lethal weapon station by that at least one non lethal means is installed in it, chosen from a group consisting of – a multi barreled means for firing grenades; multi-barrels launcher means for pyrotechnically firing plurality of charges; acoustic means for producing tones; illuminating means; observation means and means for providing sniper firing capabilities of small caliber kinetic bullet.
|8.||WO||WO/2013/183048 - FUNCTIONALIZED TITANIUM BINDING PEPTIDES AND IMPLANTS COATED WITH SAME||12.12.2013||
|PCT/IL2013/050476||BEN-GURION UNIVERSITY OF THE NEGEV RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY||RAPAPORT, Hanna|
An isolated peptide is disclosed. The peptide comprises a titanium oxide binding amino acid sequence connected to a heterologous biologically active amino acid sequence via a beta sheet breaker linker, wherein: (i) the titanium oxide binding amino acid sequence is selected to bind coordinatively with titanium oxide; (ii) the titanium oxide binding amino acid sequence is selected to induce a beta sheet structure; and (ii) the titanium oxide binding amino acid sequence binds to titanium oxide with a higher affinity than said biologically active amino acid sequence binds to the titanium oxide under physiological conditions. Use of the peptides and titanium devices comprising same are also disclosed.
|9.||WO||WO/2013/183049 - ANTIVIRAL APPLICATION OF COMPOSITIONS COMPRISING GLUCAN||12.12.2013||
|PCT/IL2013/050478||YISSUM RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT COMPANY OF THE HEBREW UNIVERSITY OF JERUSALEM LTD.||SHOSEYOV, Oded|
The invention relates to glucan-comprising formulations as anti- viral compositions.
|10.||WO||WO/2013/183050 - NOVEL ASSAY FOR MONITORING GLUCOSE BALANCE AND OXIDATIVE STRESS||12.12.2013||
|PCT/IL2013/050479||THE MEDICAL RESEARCH INFRASTRUCTURE AND HEALTH SERVICES FUND OF THE TEL AVIV MEDICAL CENTER||VAISMAN, Nachum|
The invention relates to diagnostic and prognostic assays, particularly to methods of determining the metabolic state of a subject. More specifically, the invention provides assays and methods comprising determining the level of m RNA of uncoupling protein 2 (UCP2) specifically in platelets of the subject. The invention is useful in determining or adjusting the treatment of conditions associated with an unbalanced metabolic state manifested by elevated blood levels of glucose, reactive oxygen species (ROS) and/or free fatty acids (FFA). In particular embodiments, the assays and methods of the invention are useful in prognosing and monitoring subjects diagnosed with diabetes, particularly type II diabetes.