WO/2016/061608 MONOCLONAL ΑΝΊΊ-GPC-L ANTIBODIES AND USES THEREOF||WO||28.04.2016|
||PCT/AU2014/000999||MINOMIC INTERNATIONAL LTD. ||CAMPBELL, Douglas |
The present application is directed to an invention based on the discovery that the BLCA-38 antibody is actually an antibody population comprising two distinct monoclonal antibodies. The claims define an isolated antibody population comprising first antibodies and/or antigen binding fragments thereof defined by specific heavy chain and light chain variable regions and wherein the antibody population does not contain second antibodies defined by specific light chain variable regions. The claims also define hybridoma cells, cultures capable of producing such antibody populations, compositions comprising such antibody populations, nucleic acid molecules encoding such antibodies, vectors, host cells thereof, and processes for production of the antibody populations of the invention.
WO/2016/061619 A METHOD OF TREATMENT||WO||28.04.2016|
||PCT/AU2015/050293||HEXIMA LIMITED ||VAN DER WEERDEN, Nicole Louise |
The present disclosure relates to the control of fungal infection of horn-like envelopes covering dorsal and terminal phalanges in humans and animals and related cerebral protrusions in animals as well as keratin comprising material on surfaces of humans and animals. Agents and natural and synthetic formulations and extracts useful for the control of fungal infection of these envelopes and related protrusions and keratin comprising material are also encompassed by the subject disclosure. In an embodiment, the present disclosure teaches the treatment of fungal infection of nails and in particular onychomycosis in humans.
WO/2016/061620 COMBINED HEADPHONES AND BOBBLE TOY||WO||28.04.2016|
||PCT/AU2015/050466||LUDWIG, Felipe ||LUDWIG, Felipe |
A combined headphones and a bobble toy. Apparatuses to make a bobble toy attached to headphones bobble. Generally the bobble toy bobbles in response to nods or other movements carried out by the person wearing the headphones who nods or moves his or her head driven by the music or sounds produced by the headphones. According to preferred embodiments, the bobble toy bobbles in a lively way that onlookers get the impression that the bobble toy is nodding or moving in response to the music playing through the headphones in which the bobble toy is attached to. Other preferred embodiments include headphones or bobble toys that are equipped with means to transform electric, acoustic, electromagnetic, radio, infrared, or other suitable signals, produced by the headphones or other devices coupled to or communicating with the headphones, into energy to make the bobble toy attached to the headphones bobble.
WO/2016/061612 TELESCOPING BOOM WEAR PAD IMPROVEMENTS||WO||28.04.2016|
||PCT/AU2015/000630||MAINTENANCE TECHNIQUE PTY LTD ||CUNNINGHAM, Gavin |
This disclosure relates to a wear button or pad for a telescoping boom of the type comprising at least an outer boom member comprising a threaded bore therethrough for the wear pad assembly, and an inner boom member that is slidable with respect to the outer boom member. In one form, the wear pad assembly comprises a wear pad and a base, a first of which comprises a generally cylindrical body comprising a curved external side surface comprising a screw thread via which this is threadably engageable in the threaded bore, and an internally tapered expandable collet, and the second of which comprises an externally and complementarily tapered mandrel portion, wherein in use, the externally threaded part is threadably engaged in the threaded bore and expanded therein by insertion of the externally and complementarily tapered mandrel portion in the expandable collet.
WO/2016/061629 RESPIRATORY PRESSURE THERAPY SYSTEM||WO||28.04.2016|
||PCT/AU2015/050655||RESMED LIMITED ||ARMITSTEAD, Jeffrey Peter |
Apparatus and methods provide compliance management tools such as for respiratory pressure therapy. In some versions, a respiratory pressure therapy system may include one or more processors, such as of a data server, configured to communicate with a computing device and/or a respiratory pressure therapy device. The respiratory pressure therapy device may be configured to deliver respiratory pressure therapy to a patient for a session. The computing device may be associated with the patient. The processor(s) may be further configured to compute a therapy quality indicator of the session from usage data relating to the session. The therapy quality indicator may be a number derived from contributions of a plurality of usage variables for the session in the usage data. The processor(s) may be further configured to present, such as by transmitting, the therapy quality indicator to the computing device. The therapy quality indicator may promote patient compliance.
WO/2016/061634 CAMERA APPLICATION||WO||28.04.2016|
||PCT/AU2015/050660||BEEZBUTT PTY LIMITED ||WRIGHT, Paul |
A camera application executable on a camera enabled device (10), such as a smartphone, can include an image capture interface (50) used to record the live image (51) displayed on a display screen (12) of the device (10). The image capture interface (50) can also display multiple album icons (53, 54, 55, 56) that can be actively associated with an image capture function. The album icons (53, 54, 55, 56) may correspond to attribute sets including a folder into which recorded images may be stored. The album icons operate as individual shutter buttons that cause the camera application to record the image and apply one or more attributes of the respective album to the recorded image. The attributes may include storage attributes as well as sharing attributes.
WO/2016/061633 AN ONLINE COMMUNITY HOSTING SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR HOSTING AN ONLINE COMMUNITY COMMEMORATING THE LIFE OF AN INDIVIDUAL||WO||28.04.2016|
||PCT/AU2015/050659||AMARANTHINE PTY LTD ||QUINN, Paul |
Disclosed herein is an online community hosting system (10) for an online community commemorating the life of an individual. The system comprises at least one machine (12) having at least one microprocessor (13), an associated memory (18,20), and a network interface (26) providing access to the internet (28), wherein the memory (18,20) comprises instructions executable by the at least one microprocessor (13). The machine (12) is operable to determine a plurality of delimiting dates that delimit a plurality of life segments of the individual. The machine (12) is operable to, for each of the plurality of life segments, generate life segment information that is indicative of a plurality of events having an event date between the delimiting dates thereof. The machine (12) is operable to generate machine readable information for the electronic display of a representation of the life segment information for each of the plurality of life segments.
WO/2016/061623 A METHOD OF TREATMENT||WO||28.04.2016|
||PCT/AU2015/050645||THE UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE ||BROWNFOOT, Fiona |
The present specification relates to a method and protocol for the treatment and prophylaxis of pre-eclampsia and related conditions comprising administering to a subject an effective amount of sulfasalazine or a pharmaceutically acceptable salt, solvate, pro-drug or polymorph thereof or a metabolite thereof or a pharmaceutical acceptable salt, solvate, pro-drug or polymorph of the metabolite.
WO/2016/061611 IMPROVED CLOTTING COMPOSITION||WO||28.04.2016|
||PCT/AU2015/000629||Q-SERA PTY LTD ||MASCI, Paul |
The present invention relates to improved clotting compositions for producing high quality blood serum samples for analyte testing, such as for pathology testing and other biological assays. In particular, the present invention relates to the use of prothrombin activators in combination with stabilizing agents such as colloids for producing high quality blood serum samples. The present invention also relates to associated methods for preparing clotting compositions, tubes, kits and methods of diagnosis, prognosis and monitoring for responsiveness to therapy.
WO/2016/061635 GRADIENTS OVER DISTRIBUTED DATASETS||WO||28.04.2016|
||PCT/AU2015/050661||NATIONAL ICT AUSTRALIA LIMITED ||HARDY, Stephen |
This disclosure relates to characterising data sets that are distributed as multiple data subsets over multiple computers such as by determining a gradient of an objective function. A computer determines a partial gradient of the objective function over a data subset stored on the computer and determines random data. The computer then determines an altered gradient by modifying the partial gradient based on the random data and encrypts the altered gradient such that one or more operations on the altered gradient can be performed based on the encrypted gradient and sends the encrypted gradient. Since the partial gradient is altered based on random data and encrypted it is difficult for another computer to calculate the data that is stored on the first computer. This is an advantage as it allows to preserve the privacy of the data stored on the first computer while still allowing to characterise the data set.