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1. WO/2015/055974 PROTON PUMP INHIBITOR PASTE COMPOSITIONSWO23.04.2015
A61K 9/00
PCT/GB2013/052730NORBROOK LABORATORIES LIMITEDUMRETHIA, Manish
The present invention relates to novel paste compositions containing a proton pump inhibitor, pharmaceutical formulations comprising said paste compositions and their use for inhibiting gastric acid secretion in mammals, including man and horses. The paste compositions of the invention do not require the presence of thickening agents.

2. WO/2015/055973 TRUSTED USER INTERFACE AND TOUCHSCREENWO23.04.2015
G06Q 20/38
PCT/GB2013/052702LANDROK, MadsLANDROK, Mads
A method for preventing a user from being lured into an electronic transaction that is different than one they intended to launch uses a transaction processor to encrypt a payment instruction message for private display and viewing by a user mobile electronics device. The mobile electronics device is configured to forward an encrypted payment instruction from the transaction processor to decoding and display circuitry secure from other access and reserved to the display of decoded payment instructions on a private display. The user is signalled when the private display is presenting a payment instruction from the transaction processor. The user is able to signal back to the transaction processor that the payment instruction is approved. Electronic transactions can only be completed if the user has signalled back to the transaction processor that the payment instruction is approved.

3. WO/2015/055982 DRYING APPARATUS AND METHOD OF DRYING MATERIALWO23.04.2015
F26B 3/02
PCT/GB2014/052976SPIRAX-SARCO LIMITEDFRISBY, Ben
There is disclosed a drying apparatus (10) comprising a drying circuit (20) for recirculating working steam and a dryer (22) for receiving material to be dried and forming part of the drying circuit (20). There is also provided an extraction line (40) in fluid communication with the drying circuit (20) for extracting a fraction of steam from the drying circuit (20),and a heat reclaimer (50) comprising a heat pump (60) having an evaporator (64) arranged to recover heat from extracted steam in the extraction line (40) and a condenser (62) arranged to transfer heat to working steam in the drying circuit (20). There is also provided a method of drying material.

4. WO/2015/055981 MODIFIED ENZYMESWO23.04.2015
C12Q 1/68
PCT/GB2014/052736OXFORD NANOPORE TECHNOLOGIES LIMITEDBRUCE, Mark
The invention relates to a new method of characterising a target polynucleotide. The method uses a pore and a Dda helicase. The helicase controls the movement of the target polynucleotide through the pore. The invention also relates to modified Dda helicases which can be used to control the movement of polynucleotides and are particularly useful for sequencing polynucleotides.

5. WO/2015/055987 NEURONAL STEM CELL DIFFERENTIATIONWO23.04.2015
C12N 5/0793
PCT/GB2014/053064UNIVERSITY COLLEGE CARDIFF CONSULTANTS LIMITEDKEMP, Paul
The invention relates to at least one novel neural cell differentiation medium for the production of neural cells from at least one precursor cell capable of lineage specific differentiation; a method for neural cell differentiation using said medium; the use of said medium and said method for lineage specific differentiation of at least one precursor cell towards a neural cell fate; and a kit of parts comprising said at least one said neural cell differentiation medium.

6. WO/2015/055990 SMOKE OR FIRE BARRIERWO23.04.2015
A62C 2/10
PCT/GB2014/053071COOPERS FIRE LIMITEDCOOPER, Andrew, P
The present invention relates to a smoke or fire barrier for closing an opening in a building, the barrier including :- • a curtain for closing the opening; • means arrangeable at a head of the opening for deploying the curtain and for retracting the curtain; • guide means at sides of the opening for retaining edges of the curtain after deployment and for reducing flow of smoke past the edges of the curtain, the guide means including: • a pair of jaws for holding the edges of the deployed curtain, at least one of the jaws being movable towards the other and • means for moving the or each movable jaw after deployment of the curtain.

7. WO/2015/055988 APPARATUS FOR ARTIFICIAL CARDIAC STIMULATION AND METHOD OF USING THE SAMEWO23.04.2015
A61N 1/372
PCT/GB2014/053065GLOUCESTERSHIRE HOSPITALS NHS FOUNDATION TRUSTNUTA, Bogdan
A system for artificial stimulation of the heart of a subject, the system comprising a controller assembly comprising a receiver for receiving signal data, a processor for processing received signal data, and a transmitter for transmitting signal data; a sensing stent for location in the proximal coronary sinus of the subject, the sensing stent comprising a sensing electrode assembly for sensing atrial and/or ventricular signals from the heart of the subject and a transmitting assembly for transmitting signal data to the receiver of the controller assembly; a stimulation stent for location in a vein of the subject distal of the sensing stent, the stimulation stent comprising a receiver for receiving signal data from the transmitter of the controller assembly and an electrode assembly for providing a stimulating electrical signal to the heart of the subject in response to the data received; and a defibrillator assembly for providing stimulation to the heart sufficient to defibrillate the heart in response to a signal received from the controller assembly. A method for providing pacing and defibrillation stimulation to the heart is also provided. A novel stent assembly having combined sensing and defibrillating functions is also disclosed.

8. WO/2015/056001 CIGS NANOPARTICLE INK FORMULATION HAVING A HIGH CRACK-FREE LIMITWO23.04.2015
C09D 11/38
PCT/GB2014/053086NANOCO TECHNOLOGIES LTDLIU, Zugang
A method for formulating a CIGS nanoparticle-based ink, which can be processed to form a thin film with a crack-free limit (CFL) of 500 nm or greater, comprises: dissolving or dispersing Cu(ln,Ga)S2 and Cu(ln,Ga)Se2 nanoparticles; mixing the nanoparticle solutions/dispersions and adding oleic acid to form an ink; depositing the ink on a substrate; annealing to remove the organic components of the ink formulation; forming a film with a CFL ≥ 500 nm; and, repeating the deposition and annealing process to form a CIGS film having a thickness ≥ 1 μιη. The film so produced may be incorporated into a thin film photovoltaic device.

9. WO/2015/055996 METERING SYSTEMWO23.04.2015
A01C 7/08
PCT/GB2014/053081SUMO UK LIMITEDWEALLEANS, Shaun
A metering system to meter particulate material at varying rates from a storage source such as a hopper to a transport and distribution system including a pneumatic transport system, for example in an agricultural distribution machine such as a seed drilling apparatus, and to an agricultural distribution machine such as a seed drilling apparatus incorporating such a metering system. The metering system includes a metering channel (25) defining an inlet to receive particulate material from a storage source in use and an outlet to pass particulate material in use to a pneumatic transport system and has a centreless screw conveyor (27) received within the metering channel (25) to convey particulate material from the inlet to the outlet in a controlled manner.

10. WO/2015/056016 PRINTINGWO23.04.2015
B41J 2/375
PCT/GB2014/053105VIDEOJET TECHNOLOGIES INC.ELLIS, Jeremy
A method for controlling a thermal printhead of a printer. The printhead comprises an array of printing elements. The method may comprise performing a plurality of printing operations, each printing operation comprising energisation of one or more printing elements. A respective energisation value is determined for each printing element based upon energisations of that printing element during said printing operations. A printhead control signal is generated for the printhead for a subsequent printing operation based upon the energisation values of a predetermined subset of the printing elements.


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