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|1.||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.
|2.||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.
|3.||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.
|4.||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.
|5.||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.
|6.||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.
|7.||WO||WO/2013/107136 - TERMINAL ACCESS AUTHENTICATION METHOD AND CUSTOMER PREMISE EQUIPMENT||25.07.2013||
|PCT/CN2012/075783||HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD.||HUANG, Baoqing|
Embodiments of the present invention provide a terminal access authentication method and customer premise equipment (CPE). The method comprises: a CPE sending, according to an IP address of each access controller (AC) in a server of a WLAN, a discovery request to each AC; if the CPE receives a discovery response which is corresponding to the discovery request and returned by any one of the ACs, the CPE establishing a CAPWAP tunnel with any one of the ACs; and the CPE enabling a terminal connected to the CPE to access the WLAN through the CAPWAP tunnel and enabling the server of the WLAN to authenticate the terminal accessing the WLAN through the CAPWAP tunnel. This method solves the problem that a terminal accessing through WiFi or an Ethernet port is separately authenticated in a WLAN based on an LTE-EPC network.
|8.||WO||WO/2013/100779 - GENERALIZED ROBUST MULTICHANNEL FEATURE DETECTOR||04.07.2013||
|PCT/RU2011/001040||INTEL CORPORATION||SMIRNOV, Pavel Sergeevich|
A method can include performing a local search for a local optimal color within a local neighborhood of a multichannel image, projecting the local neighborhood of the multichannel image to a single-channel basis, and applying a single-channel detector to this projected local neighborhood.
|9.||WO||WO/2013/077758 - METHOD FOR DETERMINING THE INDIVIDUAL TOPOGRAPHY OF A BITE PLANE||30.05.2013||
|PCT/RU2011/000922||ROSCHIN, Evgeniy Mikhailovich||ROSCHIN, Evgeniy Mikhailovich|
The invention relates to medicine. A method for determining the individual topography of a bite plane, characterized in that the intermaxillary angle between a line which is a projection of the main plane of the maxilla between points Spa and Pm and a line which is a projection of the body plane of the mandible between points Me and Go is determined on a tomogram of the head, in a sagittal projection, and a line tangential to the slope of the articular tubercle is marked, and a line which is a projection of the bite plane is determined according to the formula: the angle formed by the projection of the bite plane and by the line tangential to the slope of the articular tubercle, C = the intermaxillary angle, where C is a constant equal to 30 degrees.
|10.||WO||WO/2013/073980 - LIGHT-EMITTING DIODE PROJECTOR||23.05.2013||
|PCT/RU2011/000895||LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY "DIS PLUS"||SOKOLOV, Yuriy Borisovich|
The light-emitting diode projector relates to lighting engineering equipment and can be used for the architectural lighting of buildings, sports grounds, theatre and concert halls, town and city areas, airports, and railway sites. The technical result consists in improving the thermal operating conditions of sources of radiation, the technological effectiveness of the design and the interchangeability of light-emitting diode modules, as well as the simplicity of the assembly of a projector with any configuration and maintenance thereof. The light‑emitting diode projector differs in that each of the light-emitting diodes is mounted so as to be capable of thermal contact with the end surface of one of heat-conducting bars which are arranged at regular intervals and are directed in the same direction in three dimensions, the developed lateral surface of said heat-conducting bars forming open air ducts. The optical system is in the form of reflectors, lenses or is equipped with an optical waveguide, which is formed in a cylindrical radiator and is mounted in such a way that the optical axis thereof coincides with the optical axis of the light-emitting diode.