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1. WO/2015/021992 METHOD FOR CALCULATING AND CONVERTING THE VALUE OF CURRENCY DURING FINANCIAL TRANSACTIONS USING AN ACCOUNT BACKED WITH PRECIOUS METALSWO19.02.2015
G06Q 40/02
PCT/EE2014/000004VITSUT, ToomasVITSUT, Toomas
A method for calculating and converting the value of currency during financial transactions using an account backed with precious metals using info-technological means and a computer system is a method compatible with banking system converting gold or precious metal kept on a special account into liquid assets. The account is 100% backed with intrinsic value of physical gold or physical precious metal by the bank or service provider. The account is backed by the intrinsic value of the precious metal. The gold on the backed account belongs to the owner of the account, but is held by the bank or the service provider both before it is purchased by the user and after the payments. Making all payments to the backed account as well as using the account to make payments is only performed in currency and through a digital valuator. When a payment is made to the backed account, the currency is converted into gold. When payments are made from the backed account, the gold is converted into currency (Fig. 3). The exchange rate of physical gold held in the account to any currency is not fixed (gold standard is not used). The value of the precious metal is formed by supply and demand on the markets. Converting gold into currency (and vice versa) is based on the market price of gold at the moment of payment. Conversion of gold into liquid assets is performed by a payment system that allows using the account backed with precious metal (gold) on equal basis with a currency account (currency and cheques). The payment system allows to exchange gold or precious metal with goods and services on the same conditions as currency.

2. WO/2015/021993 PHARMACOLOGICALLY ACTIVE MODIFIED SB101 MOLECULES AND USES THEREOFWO19.02.2015
C07K 14/705
PCT/EE2014/000005IBCC HOLDING ASPINK, Anne
Modified SB 101 molecules with improved pharmacokinetic characteristics are provided. The pegylated protein has longer half life time than recombinant SB101-Fc fusion protein expressed in mammalian cells. The pegylated SB101 shows more than 70 times longer in vivo plasma half time and the fusion protein shows roughly 10 times longer half life time than unmodified SB101. Pegylated protein and fusion protein have maintained their in vitro activity similar to unmodified SB101. The SB101 fusion protein -molecules inhibit angiogenesis, block endothelial cell response to VEGF and inhibit VEGF receptor 2 protein. The modified molecules with improved pharmacokinetic characters are candidates for treatment of angiogenesis related diseases such as cancer.

3. WO/2015/014372 ISOLATED MICROORGANISM STRAIN LACTOBACILLUS PLANTARUM TAK 59 NCIMB42150 AND ITS USEWO05.02.2015
C12N 1/20
PCT/EE2014/000003OÜ TERVISLIKU PIIMA BIOTEHNOLOOGIATE ARENDUSKESKUSOLT, Andres
The invention provides the isolated microorganism Lactobacillus plantarum TAK 59 NCIMB42150, which is used for accelerating the fermentation of feed, for increasing the concentration of lactic acid and for reducing pH, hence decreasing the loss of nutrients in feed. L. plantarum TAK 59 decreasess the concentration of ammonia nitrogen and butyric acid in feed. Usage of the microorganism in ensiling suppresses the function of proteolytic and pathogenic microorganisms (enteropathogens and Clostridium) in feed. Lactobacillus plantarum TAK 59 can be used as silage additive in easy and moderately difficult to ensile forage and for prolonging the storage life of feed.

4. WO/2014/161554 LIGHTING DEVICE AND SYSTEM FOR WIRELESS CALIBRATION AND CONTROLLING OF LIGHTING DEVICEWO09.10.2014
F21S 2/00
PCT/EE2014/000002DIGITAL SPUTNIK LIGHTING OÜKALLAS, Kaspar
The present invention relates to modular lighting devices and systems as may be used for film, television and photography. The lighting device consists of lighting modules (10), that may be grouped together, power supply and control module (20) and a controller unit (30), that enables to use light sources of different colors and temperatures. The housing (12) of the lighting module (10) includes a parabolic curve shaped element (17) located under the active cooler (11) to improve the efficiency of the active cooling by re-directing the cooling stream under an angle. The system for wireless calibration and controlling of the lighting device provides software functionality to a light system and consists of a 'virtual spectrometer' feature, that takes into account user and ambient variables, uses interpolation curves, and that could be further refined by using external hardware. The system also includes a 'gray card ambient light detection' feature.

5. WO/2014/075696 MOBILE GRAVEL CRUSHERWO22.05.2014
B02C 21/02
PCT/EE2013/000006TOFFUS OÜRÜÜTEL, Caspar
The mobile crusher is designed for producing splinters. There are more than two separate hoppers on the movable frame. Each hopper has own vibrating feeder that feeds certain cone crusher. Two or more cone crushers are placed on the frame and each cone crusher has to be fed separately through the certain hopper. Under each cone crusher there are separate conveyor belts that collect crushed material. The speed on feeders, the working speed of the cone crushers and the speed on conveyor belts can be regulated independently. The main benefit of the mobile crusher appears when there's a need to crush gravel shingles (pieces of rock etc) with different dimensions. Each crusher has adjusted to process shingles with optimum size. This gives opportunity to operate the machine with low operate costs, productivity is high and the final product (splinters) has good cubical shape and contains little fine material also. In addition, the operator can regulate the splinters composition (test of grading curve) by increasing or decreasing the speed of feeders or the cone crushers that gives an optimized gradation for the final product.

6. WO/2014/056510 COMPACT FIRE LOG AND A METHOD OF FORMING THEREOFWO17.04.2014
C10L 5/36
PCT/EE2012/000005PAAPSI, MargusPAAPSI, Margus
The fire log (1) has one or several longitudinal incisions (3), which penetrate the log but do not reach the side surface and intersect in the log's midsection. The lower part of the long has at least one air duct (4) from the side surface to the log's midsection in case the log is set on a surface which obstructs airflow to the log's lower part. The log's midsection contains an ignition device (2), which can be an ignition strip, tablet, briquette or other that has been impregnated with an ecologically friendly inflammable substance that burns fast and evenly. The ignition device can contain a wick, fuse or other. The fire log burns from the inside out and the flame exits the log from the upper end similarly to a candle, preserving the log's decorative outer surface for nearly the entire burning period. During burning, a flaming star shape is formed in the middle of the log. The fire log is comfortable to use, easy to take along and requires no additional procedures prior to use. In the open air, the log does not require any additional support for using a pot or a pan. The fire log burns significantly longer and gives more warmth than a Lapland candle.

7. WO/2013/170863 BIOREACTOR SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR CLONING THE PHYSIOLOGICAL STATE OF MICROORGANISMSWO21.11.2013
C12M 1/00
PCT/EE2013/000005TALLINN UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGYERM, Sten
Bioreactor system and method for cloning the physiological state of microorganisms comprises in preferred embodiment of a mother-reactor and one or more daughter-reactors with sensors, stirrers, fluid and gas flow channels, scales, pumps, controllers, computer, software, valves and accessory devices. The bioreactors are inter-connected with culture transfer hose. To achieve the method, the mother-reactor is filled with necessary volume, inoculated, stabilised in continuous cultivation, the microbial culture's volume is increased in variable volume cultivation while maintaining constant physiology, microbial culture is transferred from the mother-reactor into the daughter-reactors while maintaining constant physiology, experiment in the daughter reactor follows. After the experiment daughter-reactors are sterilized and rinsed. During the experiment culture volume in the mother-reactor is increased anew, after the experiment in the daughter-reactors is finished another culture transfer follows and next experiment is conducted. This sequence - variable volume cultivation, culture transfer, experiment - is repeated until necessary data has been acquired.

8. WO/2013/143552 AN APPARATUS FOR DIAGNOSIS AND CONTROL OF HONEYBEE VARROATOSIS, IMAGE PROCESSING METHOD AND SOFTWARE FOR RECOGNITION OF PARASITEWO03.10.2013
G06T 7/00
PCT/EE2013/000004HUMAL, PriitHUMAL, Priit
An device for diagnosis and control of honeybee varroatosis (Varroa mite infection) comprises one or several cameras (310), connected to image processor (311). The software of the device is capable of processing the picture of honeybee, recognition the presence or absence of varroa mite on the body of the bee on the field-of-view of the cameras or in the chamber for observation, counting the infected and non-infected bees, separating the infected bees from non-infected bees or killing the recognized varroa mites. Controlled gates (314, 315, 316), valves, positioning actuators and/or heaters (329, 330) are used as output devices for realization of the said actions. The method of image processing for recognition of varroa mite or other parasites comprises of searching reflections in the image and analysis of the surroundings of the found reflections. Also the method for determination of location of body elements of insect in an image is disclosed.

9. WO/2013/139348 SKIN CANCER BIOMARKER DETECTION BY INFRARED SPECTROSCOPYWO26.09.2013
A61B 5/00
PCT/EE2013/000003MC PROFESSIONAL LTD.EIKJE, Natalja
The present invention relates to a method for detection in IR (infrared) spectra of human epidermal skin tissue the presence of the multiplet around 1055 cm-1, i.e. the ratio of intensity of the nucleic acids bands, DNA and RNA, indicative for prognosis, diagnosis and prediction of epidermal skin cancers and precancers. Detection of the multiplet together with patterned appearance of DNA/RNA triad peaks at about 1071, 1084/1085 and 1095 cm-1 additionally indicates relation to certain types of tumour and malignancy, also indicating progression of malignancy and progression towards malignancy.

10. WO/2013/135249 A FORMULA AND METHOD FOR MONITORING INDIVIDUAL METABOLIC RESPONSE AND FOR GENERATING PREDICTIVE MEDICAL METRICSWO19.09.2013
A61B 5/145
PCT/EE2013/000002MC PROFESSIONAL OÜEIKJE, Natalja
Provided is a formula and method for monitoring individual metabolic response that involve calculation of the lag/latency time (LT) for the peak levels of measured a variety of glucose values by HATR-FTIR (horizontally attenuated total reflection Fourier transform infrared) spectroscopy and the LT for the peak level of capillary blood glucose (CBG), with subsequent calculation of the LT changes between them. Obtained meaningful time-dependent and dose-dependent glucose values and their LT changes characterize glycemic variability (GV) in a qualified subject, that can be used to predict the patient's risk of hyperglycemia, to stage Type II diabetes and, in general, to be considered as a new metrics of assessing the quality of metabolic control.


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