||WO||WO/2014/200333 - SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR MOUNTING A LIGHTNING RECEPTOR TO A SURFACE||18.12.2014||
||PCT/NL2013/050421||VIVENTUS HOLDING B.V.||KUIPERS, Edo Johannes Hendrikus|
The present invention relates to a system for mounting a lightning receptor (230) to a surface (240), which system comprises a first mounting element (210) having an inner side and an outer side and a second mounting element (220). The system is arranged such that the first mounting element on the inner side can receive the second mounting element and on the outer side can receive the lightning receptor. The system comprises first coupling means (271, 224, 212) for detachably coupling the second mounting element to the first mounting element and second coupling means (232, 225) for detachably coupling the lightning receptor to the second mounting element, such that the lightning receptor in assembled state of the system can be decoupled from both sides of the first mounting element. The invention also relates to a method for mounting a lightning receptor to a surface of a rotor blade of a wind turbine by means of the system according to the invention.
||WO||WO/2014/200331 - SYRINGE PAIR ASSEMBLY FOR BIOLOGICAL FLUIDS||18.12.2014||
||PCT/NL2013/050410||RECUPERATE MEDICAL B.V.||KUPER, Hendericus Johannes Maria|
Syringe pair assembly for biological fluids. Each syringe comprises a barrel, a nozzle and a plunger. A barrel holding frame holds the barrels and a plunger holder holds the plungers. A fitting with tubing frictionally holds the nozzles and links the two nozzles to the tubing. A membrane encloses the syringes and has one end sealed over the fitting with tubing and another closed end deployed about the syringe plungers and adapted for allowing an operator to grasp and extend the plunger ends during filling of the syringes without exposure to ambient conditions. The fitting is formed by a first fitting part and a second fitting part which are releasably connected to each other by means of a connection member. The tubing and the one end of the outer membrane are attached to the first fitting part, while the second fitting part frictionally holds the nozzles of the two syringes.
||WO||WO/2014/200332 - MUSCLE PRESERVATION IN OVERWEIGHT OR OBESE ADULT DURING WEIGHT LOSS PROGRAM||18.12.2014||
||PCT/NL2013/050411||N.V. NUTRICIA||WEIJS, Peter Johan Marie|
The invention pertains to the use of a composition comprising per serving between 50 - 300 kcal; between 10 g and 35g proteinaceous matter; and at least 2.5 microgram vitamin D, for the manufacture of a nutritional product for (a) the treatment or prevention of muscle mass decrease, (b) stimulation of muscle mass increase; or (d) stimulating muscle mass preservation, in obese or overweight adults of at least 40 years of age participating in a weight loss program. The inventors surprisingly found that nutritional supplementation with a low-caloric composition rich in protein, particularly whey protein and leucine, compared to an iso-caloric control supplement without protein, synergistically leads to preservation of muscle mass during a weight loss program involving a hypocaloric diet and a resistance exercise program in overweight/obese older adult.
||WO||WO/2014/200334 - SYNBIOTIC COMPOSITION FOR TREATMENT OF INFECTIONS IN ALLERGIC PATIENTS||18.12.2014||
||PCT/NL2013/050423||N.V. NUTRICIA||HARTHOORN, Leunis Forrinus|
The invention concerns the use of prebiotics and probitics for the treatment of infections in allergic patients.
||WO||WO/2014/200335 - METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR UTILIZATION OF REGENERATIVE BRAKING ENERGY OF RAIL VEHICLES||18.12.2014||
||PCT/NL2014/050160||E-TRACTION EUROPE B.V.||HEINEN, Adrianus Johannes|
The invention relates to an energy distribution and consumption system comprising: a group of rail vehicles provided with regenerative braking means; a group of electrically powered bus vehicles each comprising an onboard battery; an electrical energy storage means adapted for storing electrical energy generated by a rail vehicle during braking thereof; a plurality of charging stations, each adapted for connecting to bus a vehicle, for charging the onboard battery thereof with electrical energy from said electrical energy storage means; wherein said group of rail vehicles is adapted for providing a substantially predetermined net supply of electrical energy to said electrical energy storage means during a predetermined time period, wherein said group of bus vehicles is adapted for substantially consuming at least said net amount of electrical energy within said predetermined time period.
||WO||WO/2014/200339 - CULTURE MEDIUM COMPOSITIONS FOR MATURATING CARDIOMYOCYTES DERIVED FROM PLURIPOTENT MAMMALIAN STEM CELLS||18.12.2014||
||PCT/NL2014/050366||PLURIOMICS B.V.||BRAAM, Stefan Robbert|
The current disclosure relates to a culture medium, different methods to generate adult-like cardiomyocytes from pluripotent embryonic stem cells (ESC) and/or (induced) pluripotent stem cells (iPSC) using the medium, in particular from stem cells that differentiated into (foetal) cardiomyocytes, and to kits comprising the medium, or the medium together with differentiated (foetal) cardiomyocytes derived from pluripotent embryonic stem cells (ESC) and/or (induced) pluripotent stem cells (iPSC)
||WO||WO/2014/200338 - SYRINGE PAIR ASSEMBLY FOR BIOLOGICAL FLUIDS||18.12.2014||
||PCT/NL2014/050365||RECUPERATE MEDICAL B.V.||KUPER, Hendericus Johannes Maria|
Syringe pair assembly for biological fluids. Each syringe comprises a barrel, a nozzle and a plunger. A barrel holding frame holds the barrels and a plunger holder holds the plungers. A fitting with tubing frictionally holds the nozzles and links the two nozzles to the tubing. An outer membrane encloses the syringes and has one end sealed over the fitting with tubing and another closed end deployed about the syringe plungers and adapted for allowing an operator to grasp and extend the plunger ends during filling of the syringes without exposure to ambient conditions. The fitting is formed by a first fitting part and a second fitting part which are releasably connected to each other by means of a connection member. The tubing and the one end of the outer membrane are attached to the first fitting part, while the second fitting part frictionally holds the nozzles of the two syringes. The assembly further comprises an inner membrane positioned within the outer membrane, said inner membrane enclosing the two syringes and having one end sealed to the second fitting part.
||WO||WO/2014/200336 - APPARATUS AND METHOD FOR GATHERING BALES INCLUDING ROTATABLE SKIDS||18.12.2014||
||PCT/NL2014/050362||FORAGE INNOVATIONS B.V.||GRAHAM, Curt|
Apparatus and methods that include rotatable skids for engaging the surface on which forage bales rest during bale loading.
||WO||WO/2014/200337 - APPARATUS AND METHODS FOR GATHERING AND WRAPPING BALES||18.12.2014||
||PCT/NL2014/050363||FORAGE INNOVATIONS B.V.||THOMPSON, Kent|
Apparatus (5) and methods for gathering bales (B1-B5) that involve wrapping loaded bales prior to or during unloading of bales are disclosed. The wrapped module of bales may be reloaded on the apparatus (5) and transported for further use.
||WO||WO/2014/200340 - DIFFERENTIATION AND EXPANSION OF ENDOTHELIAL CELLS FROM PLURIPOTENT STEM CELLS AND THE IN VITRO FORMATION OF VASCULATURE LIKE STRUCTURES||18.12.2014||
||PCT/NL2014/050373||ACADEMISCH ZIEKENHUIS LEIDEN||MUMMERY, Christine Lindsay|
The invention is concerned among others with means and methods for obtaining endothelial cells and to means and methods for in vitro cell culture comprising endothelial cells and pericytes and/or smooth muscle cells derived from said pericytes. The endothelial cells or the pericytes and/or smooth muscle cells, or both are preferably derived from in vitro differentiated pluripotent stem cells.