||WO||WO/2014/025278 - METHOD FOR A DIRECTIONAL CHANGE IN THE CIRCULATION OF AIR MASSES AND IN WEATHER CONDITIONS ASSOCIATED THEREWITH||13.02.2014||
||PCT/RU2012/000638||UIBO, Valerii Iogannesovich|
The invention relates to applied meteorology, and can be used for adjusting weather conditions and changing the climate in individual regions in the interests of agriculture and ecology. The method consists in that atmospheric thermodynamic processes are initiated by monopolar ionization of air near the ground, said ionization being carried out by ionizers in a medium of gases having defined density indices in comparison to the air, or the atoms of said gases have an affinity with electrons. The gases are conducted into different areas of a free electric charge arising during the ionization, said areas being located at different heights. The gases are introduced into a given area with the aid of atomizers or with the aid of lightweight capsules which float in air and the shells of which are destroyed at a preselected height due to a drop in pressure. The technical result consists in improving a mechanism for controlling the process of ionizing atmospheric air.
||WO||WO/2014/017944 - METHOD FOR THE COLD DEFORMATION OF A CONTINUOUS METAL STRIP||30.01.2014||
||PCT/RU2012/000615||TOTSKY, Ivan Timofeevich||TOTSKY, Ivan Timofeevich|
The invention relates to the pressure treatment of metals, specifically to producing a metal strip using cold deformation. A strip is consecutively drawn with back and front tension through bending devices. Moreover, the degree of deformation of a strip is regulated in each bending device by means of changing the ratio of the speed of the strip exiting a bending device to the speed of said strip entering said device, in such a way as to avoid a break in the metal, the required number of bending devices being selected on the basis of the total stretch factor of a strip and on the maximum allowable stretch factor of same. The result is increased deformation of a strip and reduced energy consumption.
||WO||WO/2014/018284 - SLIDE TYPE LIPSTICK CASE STRUCTURE||30.01.2014||
||PCT/US2013/050314||KIM, Yoon Hoi||KIM, Yoon Hoi|
A slide type lipstick case structure is provided, which includes: a body having a mounting portion formed on the center thereof, into which a lipstick is mounted; a protection cap coupled to the outer periphery of the body through a triple spiral in such a manner as to be moved up and down by means of rotation manipulations, thereby allowing the lipstick to be extracted out of the body and to be retracted into the body; and a cover adapted to open and close the upper portion of the body into which the protection cap is mounted.
||WO||WO/2013/185493 - SUCKING STRUCTURE||19.12.2013||
||PCT/CN2013/072120||ANHO HOUSEWARE CO., LTD. JIANGMEN||ZHANG, Decai|
A sucking structure comprises a soft rubber sucking disk (1) including a pull bar (11) and a base (2) arranged at the back of the soft rubber sucking disk (1), and a return spring (3) arranged between the soft rubber sucking disk (1) and the base (2). The ends of the pull bar (11) are both provided with a pin (12) which protrudes radially and a drive device (4) which drives the pull bar (11) up and down. The drive device (4) comprises a push switch (41) installed on the base (2) and a drive sliding cover (5), whose slope step (43) can lift the pin (12) up and down. The pin (12) can lift up and down along the slope step and can hold on its two end supporting surfaces respectively, so as to drive the pull bar (11) up and down to activate the soft sucking disk to obtain a tighten state or a release state. The push switch (41) can be pushed to the bottom to obtain its self-locked state easily. This sucking structure has a large sucking ability and can be operated easily.
||WO||WO/2013/162401 - METHOD AND DEVICE FOR LOCATING THE PROJECTION OF A PROSTHETIC PLANE ON A PERSON'S FACE||31.10.2013||
||PCT/RU2012/000325||ROSCHIN, Evgeniy Mikhailovich||ROSCHIN, Evgeniy Mikhailovich|
The invention relates to stomatology. The method for locating the projection of a prosthetic plane on a person's face is characterized in that the line of the Frankfort horizontal and the line of origin of the mandible are applied to the patient's face, and the size of a first angle, which is formed by the intersection of said lines, is determined, then, with the aid of a face bow which is fixed on the row of teeth of the maxilla and is equipped with a recording device arranged in the temporal region of the patient, when the patient's mandible moves forward, the line of the sagittal condyle path, which, with a line, which is the projection of the prosthetic plane on the patient's face, makes up a second angle, is applied to graph paper fixed on the patient's face in this region, and the position on the patient's face of a line which is the projection of the prosthetic plane is determined on the basis of the following formula: size of the second angle minus 102̊ is equal to the size of the first angle.
||WO||WO/2013/141834 - SALIVA SAMPLE COLLECTION SYSTEMS||26.09.2013||
||PCT/US2012/029584||PATHWAY GENOMICS||PLANTE, James|
Saliva sample collection systems are configured with special attention to ease-of-use for the unskilled user and safe transport and delivery by a conventional delivery services such as Federal Express. A sealed cavity is formed by tight coupling of two primary elements: a receiving vessel element and a sealing cap element. The receiving vessel has integrated therewith: a standing means, a fill-line window, a funnel system, a knife, a threadset, and containment tube among others. A complementary cap element includes a cooperating threadset, label receiving surface, gripping surface, seal means and reservoir with piercable thin-film membrane. These two primary elements may be accommodated in an application-specific shipping container which support two shipping modes whereby the system may be shipped safely to and from a donor user each way in a different shipping mode.
||WO||WO/2013/141845 - GENOMICS-BASED ALERTING SYSTEMS||26.09.2013||
||PCT/US2012/029780||PATHWAY GENOMICS||PLANTE, James|
A computer alert about DNA sequence markers is arranged, whereby the genome of a specific human subject is considered in view of a plurality of discrete rules to affect alerts generated and transmitted in electronic form over standardized e-mail systems (Internet/SMTP protocol for example) to a user workstation equipped with a browser or custom application. Alerting systems include mechanical/ chemical systems for analyzing a human DNA sample, producing a genomic data set representing genetic indicators or markers on alleles of interest including SNPs associated with important trial traits disease and characteristics. The genome dataset is stored as a portion of a data a record having a one-to-one correspondence with membership in a membership database. Dynamic rules provides a query engine with logic which can be executed against membership data stored in accordance with standardized database procedures to produce a genomic result set from which appropriate alerts may be formed.
||WO||WO/2013/141835 - DUAL-MODE MICROFLUIDIC GENETICS TESTING PLATFORMS AND METHODS OF DUAL-MODE GENETICS TESTING USING SAME||26.09.2013||
||PCT/US2012/029586||PATHWAY GENOMICS||MORENO, Tanya|
Dual mode genetics testing systems are devised about a single element testing platform. A microfluidic network and system of interconnected receiving cells and reaction vessels supports at the same time genotyping and copy number analysis where the platform may be subject to a common thermal cycle schedule to cause the proper reactions (DNA replication) necessary in both test types. Further, the microfluidic platform which includes reaction vessels for genotyping which are spatially removed from reaction vessels for copy number analysis, is coupled to optical scanner and detection systems specifically arranged to apply test specific detection routines on each of these distinct regions or portions of the dual mode test platform.
||WO||WO/2013/141833 - GENETIC BASED HEALTH MANAGEMENT APPARATUS AND METHODS||26.09.2013||
||PCT/US2012/029577||PATHWAY GENOMICS||NOVA, Michael|
Apparatus and methods are devised and provided to receive genetic material from a human test subject and further to characterize that genetic material into an electronic representation of a genome. In particular, with respect to many genetic features which relate to diet, nutrition and exercise with a view to weight control. Based upon the presence of certain genetic features, genetic markers or polymorphisms, a rules based logic path is executed to arrive at a action plan set of recommendations. These recommendations relate to lifestyle actions which may be taken up by a person and these actions thus relate to that person's particular genetic composition. These apparatus and methods produce an easy-to-consume visual presentation describing genetic based traits and conditions, the personal status of a test subject as it relates to these genetic dependent traits and conditions, and possible lifestyle actions which may be performed by the user.
||WO||WO/2013/141842 - GENOME-BASED DRUG MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS||26.09.2013||
||PCT/US2012/029704||PATHWAY GENOMICS||PLANTE, James|
A drug management system based upon membership genomic data is coupled to cooperating external computing systems via an object server which prepares drug use reports for automated delivery in response to results that data output from the member database. Based on rules stored in a rules library a query engine runs tests on the stored member genetic information to identify and meet specified criteria.