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1. WO/2017/008251 ASSEMBLING METHOD, MANUFACTURING METHOD, DEVICE AND ELECTRONIC APPARATUS OF FLIP-DIEWO19.01.2017
H01L 21/50
PCT/CN2015/083983GOERTEK. INCZOU, Quanbo
An assembling method, a manufacturing method, a device and an electronic apparatus of flip-die are disclosed. The method for assembling a flip-die, comprises: temporarily bonding the flip-die (205) onto a laser-transparent first substrate (204), wherein bumps (202) of the flip-die (205) are located on the side of the flip-die (205) opposite to the first substrate (204); aligning the bumps (202) with pads (206) on a receiving substrate (207); irradiating the original substrate with laser (208) from the first substrate side to lift-off the flip-die (205) from the first substrate (204); and attaching the flip-die (205) on the receiving substrate (207). A faster assembly rate, a smaller chip size, and a lower profile can be achieved.

2. WO/2017/008254 TRANSFERRING METHOD, MANUFACTURING METHOD, DEVICE AND ELECTRONIC APPARATUS OF MICRO-LEDWO19.01.2017
H01L 33/32
PCT/CN2015/083990GOERTEK. INCZOU, Quanbo
A transferring method, a manufacturing method, a device and an electronic apparatus of micro-LED are disclosed. The method for transferring micro-LED comprises: forming micro-LEDs (505, 506, 507) on a laser-transparent original substrate (406), wherein the micro-LEDs (505, 506, 507) are lateral micro-LEDs (505, 506, 507) whose P electrodes (505p, 506p, 507p) and N electrodes (505n, 506n, 507n) are located on one side; bringing the P electrodes (505p, 506p, 507p) and N electrodes (505n, 506n, 507n) of the lateral micro-LEDs (505, 506, 507) into contact with pads (515, 516, 517) preset on a receiving substrate (504); and irradiating the original substrate (406) with laser (413) from the original substrate (406) side to lift-off the lateral micro-LEDs (505, 506, 507) from the original substrate (406). A technical effect of using lateral micro-LEDs lies in that the processing for N metal electrode after the micro-LED transfer can be omitted.

3. WO/2017/004772 KTV SONG RESERVATION METHOD AND REQUESTING SYSTEMWO12.01.2017
H04N 21/258
PCT/CN2015/083363ZHANG, YangZHANG, Yang
The present invention relates to the field of the Internet. Provided are a KTV song reservation method and a requesting system. The method comprises: storing a preset song list matching a user account to a cloud end; downloading the preset song list matching the user account from the cloud end to a KTV song requesting machine; and automatically selecting, according to the preset song list preset by the user, songs listed in the preset song list matching the user account in the KTV song requesting machine. In the method, a list of requested songs prepared by a user in advance is uploaded to a cloud end, and then the list of requested songs is downloaded to a local song requesting machine when a user arrives at a KTV, which helps the user prepare, in advance, songs to be requested by the user in the KTV.

4. WO/2017/000288 PRIMER PAIR FOR DETECTING IDIOPATHIC AZOOSPERMIA-RELATED GENETIC MARKERWO05.01.2017
C12N 15/11
PCT/CN2015/083083SHENZHEN SECOND PEOPLE'S HOSPITALMOU, Lisha
A primer pair for detecting an idiopathic azoospermia-related genetic marker, the genetic marker being located in the coding region of the AR gene, and the nucleotide sequence thereof being represented by SEQ ID No.1, the mutation sites of the sequence being one or more of c. 868 T>C, c. 1484 G>A, c. 1888 C>T, c.569 C>T, c. 616 A>G, and c. 1149 C>T; the upstream primer and downstream primer of the primer pair are respectively located on the upstream and downstream of the mutation sites. By means of large-scale sequencing, 6 new mutation sites of the AR gene have been selected from idiopathic azoospermia patients; research demonstrates that said mutations of the AR gene may cause idiopathic azoospermia, and thus, by means of using the present primer pair to detect a mutation, diagnosis and detection of idiopathic azoospermia can be implemented.

5. WO/2017/000103 CONTROL CIRCUIT, BATTERY PROVIDED WITH CONTROL CIRCUIT AND BATTERY CONTROL METHODWO05.01.2017
H01M 10/42
PCT/CN2015/082608SZ DJI TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD.ZHENG, Dayang
Provided is a control circuit (17) for controlling a battery cell (13), comprising a power supply input end (172), wherein the power supply input end (172) is electrically connected to the battery cell (13) and supplies a power supply to the control circuit (17); a ferroelectric memory (174), wherein the ferroelectric memory (174) has a dynamic mode and a non-vanishing mode; a control unit (173) which is electrically connected to the ferroelectric memory (174), wherein the control unit (173) is used for obtaining state information about the battery cell (13) and storing the state information in the ferroelectric memory (174); and the control circuit (17) switches the ferroelectric memory (174) to the dynamic mode or the non-vanishing mode through conduction or disconnection of the electric connection between the power supply input end (172) and the battery cell (13). The control circuit (17) can not only effectively lower power consumption, but can also effectively store data and prevent information loss. Also provided are a battery provided with the control circuit (17) and a battery control method.

6. WO/2017/000289 IDIOPATHIC AZOOSPERMIA-RELATED GENETIC MARKERWO05.01.2017
C12N 15/11
PCT/CN2015/083084SHENZHEN SECOND PEOPLE'S HOSPITALMOU, Lisha
An idiopathic azoospermia-related genetic marker, the genetic marker being located in the coding region of the AR gene, and the nucleotide sequence thereof being represented by SEQ ID No.1, the mutation sites of the sequence being one or more of c. 868 T>C, c. 1484 G>A, c. 1888 C>T, c.569 C>T, c. 616 A>G, and c. 1149 C>T. By means of large-scale sequencing, 6 new mutation sites of the AR gene have been selected from idiopathic azoospermia patients; AR gene wild-type and mutant expression plasmids have been constructed and transfected into cells, and experiments demonstrate that said mutations of the AR gene may cause idiopathic azoospermia; thus, by means of the mutations, diagnosis and detection of idiopathic azoospermia can be implemented.

7. WO/2016/206011 METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR COORDINATING RESOURCESWO29.12.2016
H04W 72/04
PCT/CN2015/082185TELEFONAKTIEBOLAGET LM ERICSSON (PUBL)LI, Gen
Embodiments of the present disclosure relate to a method for coordinating resources among a plurality of operating networks, including a first operating network and a second operating network. The method is performed at a coordination node, which may be a distributed coordination node in the first operating network or a centralized coordination node. The method comprises obtaining a first resource pattern for the first operating network and a second resource pattern for the second operating network. The first resource pattern is coordinated with the second resource pattern such that the first and second operating networks can conduct communications on different resource blocks when the first operating network is synchronized with the second operating network. The method also comprises determining whether the first operating network is synchronized with the second operating network. If it is determined that the first operating network is not synchronized with the second operating network, the method further comprises adjusting at least the first resource pattern such that the first and second operating networks can conduct communications on different resource blocks. Thereby, resource patterns coordinated between different operating networks on an assumption that those networks are synchronized can be adjusted according to synchronization conditions, such that possible interference caused by unsynchronization can be avoided. Embodiments of the present disclosure also relate to a corresponding apparatus, and computer program product.

8. WO/2016/197361 METHOD FOR SPECIFIC KNOCKOUT OF SWINE GGTA1 GENE USING CRISPR-CAS9 SPECIFICITY, AND SGRNA USED FOR SPECIFICALLY TARGETING GGTA1 GENEWO15.12.2016
C12N 15/113
PCT/CN2015/081233SHENZHEN SECOND PEOPLE'S HOSPITALCAI, Zhiming
Provided is a method for using CRISPR-Cas9 specificity to knock out a swine GGTA1 gene, and an sgRNA used for specifically targeting the GGTA1 gene. The target sequence of the sgRNA for specifically targeting the GGTA1 gene conforms to 5'-N(20)NGG-3' sequence rules, N(20) representing 20 consecutive bases and N representing A or T or C or G; the target sequence in the GGTA1 gene is unique and is located at the 5 exon coding regions, or the junction with the adjacent introns, at the N end of the GGTA1 gene.

9. WO/2016/197354 CRISPR-CAS9 METHOD FOR SPECIFIC KNOCKOUT OF SWINE PDX1 GENE AND SGRNA FOR USE IN TARGETING SPECIFICALLY PDX1 GENEWO15.12.2016
C12N 15/86
PCT/CN2015/081226SHENZHEN SECOND PEOPLE'S HOSPITALCAI, Zhiming
A method utilizing CRISPR-Cas9 for specific knockout of swine PDX1 gene and an sgRNA for use in targeting specifically PDX1 gene. The target sequence on the PDX1 gene of the sgRNA targeting specifically the PDX1 gene complies with the sequence permutation rule of 5'-N(20)NFF-3', where N(20) represents 20 consecutive nucleobases, wherein each N represents either A or T or C or G; the target sequence on the PDX1 gene is located at either the first exon coding region at the N-terminus of the PDX1 gene or a junction with an adjacent intron; and the target sequence on the PDX1 gene is unique. The sgRNA is for use in the CRISPR-Cas9 method for specific knockout of swine PDX1 gene, allows rapid, precise, highly efficient, and specific knockout of swine PDX1 gene, effectively solves the problem of extended cycle and high costs for constructing PDX1 gene-knockout swine.

10. WO/2016/192044 METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR CELL CONFIGURATIONWO08.12.2016
H04W 16/14
PCT/CN2015/080599TELEFONAKTIEBOLAGET LM ERICSSON (PUBL)XU, Jiying
Embodiments of the present disclosure provide a cell configuration method in a wireless network with a plurality of carriers. The method is performed at a base station of the wireless network. The method comprises generating a common cell from a first plurality of sectors at a first carrier of the plurality of carriers and identifying one or more high-traffic sectors from a second plurality of sectors at a second carrier of the plurality of carriers by monitoring a traffic volume of each of the second plurality of sectors. Each of the identified high-traffic sectors has the traffic volume higher than a predetermined threshold. The method also comprises generating one or more independent high-traffic cells from the one or more high-traffic sectors. The first plurality of sectors at least partially overlaps with the second plurality of sectors. Correspondingly, there is also provided an apparatus for cell configuration in a wireless network with a plurality of carriers.


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