WO/2015/041723 ARTEMISININ-BASED COMBINATION THERAPY FOR TREATING VIRAL MEDIATED DISEASE||WO||26.03.2015|
||PCT/US2014/033556||KRYPTONITE GROUP, LTD||STEELE, Robert, Lewis|
The present invention describes a method of treating individuals suffering from microbial infections, including a viral infection such as Dengue Fever, using an improved Artemisinin Combination Therapy (ACT), known as Tri-ACT. The improved ACT therapy includes administering a combination of three drugs. In one embodiment of the present invention, the method includes administering to an individual a first composition comprising a therapeutically effective amount of an artemether spray sublingually. The individual is then administered a second composition, a therapeutically effective amount of artesunate. A third composition, an effective amount of berberine, or its pharmaceutically acceptable derivatives or salts is then administered to the individual.
WO/2014/171556 DISPOSABLE DIAPER AND MANUFACTURING METHOD THEREFOR||WO||23.10.2014|
||PCT/JP2014/063589||UNICHARM CORPORATION||NAKAO, Hitomi|
The purpose of the present invention is to provide a means whereby it is possible to prevent the failure of a disposable diaper due to the separation of a crotch sheet member from a stomach sheet member and a back sheet member, without compromising the comfort of the user even when the crotch sheet member is pulled downwards by weight thereupon. A disposable diaper (1) is configured such that: a crotch sheet member (2) is equipped with first adhesion sections (26) in which are provided first adhesive-coated regions (28) that are continuous in the lengthwise direction of the crotch sheet member (2); a stomach sheet member (3) and a back sheet member (4) are equipped with a second adhesive section (27) in which are provided second adhesive-coated regions (30) that are continuous in the width direction of the crotch sheet member (2); and the crotch sheet member (2) is joined with the stomach sheet member (3) and the back sheet member (4) in a state in which the first adhesive-coated regions (28) and the second adhesive-coated regions (30) intersect.
WO/2014/150174 METHODS FOR IMPROVED WOUND CLOSURE EMPLOYING OLIVAMINE AND HUMAN UMBILICAL VEIN ENDOTHELIAL CELLS||WO||25.09.2014|
||PCT/US2014/022490||MCCORD, Darlene, E.||MCCORD, Darlene, E.|
The present disclosure relates to compositions for and methods of improving wound healing, including compositions for and methods of treating chronic wounds, and compositions for the inhibition and treatment of necrosis and extended quiescence that result in cellular necrosis instead of normal proliferation. The methods for wound healing administer one or more compositions including hydroxytyrosol and oleuropein with cells derived from umbilical cord blood.
WO/2014/109465 JUICE-EXTRACTION MODULE FOR JUICING APPARATUS||WO||17.07.2014|
||PCT/KR2013/009697||NUC ELECTRONICS CO., LTD.||KIM, Jong Boo|
Disclosed is a juice-extraction module for a juicing apparatus, the module comprising: a container having a juice-discharging port formed therein; a mesh body positioned inside the container; a screw for subjecting ingredients to juice extraction, which is positioned inside the mesh body; a lid coupled to the upper edge of the container and having formed therein a charging part for the charging of ingredients; and a safety cover rotatably provided in a main charging port at the upper edge of the charging part and able to move to a first position and a second position. The safety cover comprises a first cover part which in the first position stands so as to open the main charging port and in the second position closes the main charging port; and a second cover part which is integral with the first cover part and causes the safety cover to move to the second position when a downward force is exerted thereon in the first position, such that the first cover part blocks the main charging port.
WO/2014/084071 RECEPTION APPARATUS, RECEPTION METHOD, TRANSMISSION APPARATUS AND TRANSMISSION METHOD||WO||05.06.2014|
||PCT/JP2013/080977||SONY CORPORATION||KITAHARA Jun|
This technique relates to a reception apparatus, a reception method, a transmission apparatus and a transmission method that enable the provision of a common control system for bookmarking desired contents. A function executing unit registers, on the basis of control information included in an application program executed concurrently with AV content, a related content that is related to the AV content. A presentation control unit performs, upon selection of the registered related content, a control to cause the selected related content to be presented. This technique can be applied to, for example, a television receiver that receives digital television broadcast signals.
WO/2014/084878 SENSOR FUSION ALGORITHM||WO||05.06.2014|
||PCT/US2013/028488||MICROSOFT CORPORATION||PEREK, David R.|
Sensor fusion algorithm techniques are described. In one or more embodiments, behaviors of a host device and accessory devices are controlled based upon an orientation of the host device and accessory devices, relative to one another. A combined spatial position and/or orientation for the host device may be obtained based on raw measurements that are obtained from at least two different types of sensors. In addition, a spatial position and/or orientation for an accessory device is ascertained using one or more sensors of the accessory device. An orientation (or position) of the accessory device relative to the host computing device may then be computed based on the combined spatial position/orientation for the host computing device and the ascertained spatial position/orientation for the accessory device. The relative orientation that is computed may then be used in various ways to control behaviors of the host computing device and/or accessory device.
WO/2014/071439 METHOD, APPARATUS AND SYSTEM FOR ENCODING AND DECODING THE TRANSFORM UNITS OF A CODING UNIT||WO||15.05.2014|
||PCT/AU2013/001117||CANON KABUSHIKI KAISHA||ROSEWARNE, Christopher James|
Disclosed is a method of decoding a luma transform (954; 9126) and plurality of chroma transforms (952, 956, 958, 960, 962; 9116-9122) from a video bitstream (312). The chroma transforms contain chroma data for a single colour channel. The method determines (1402) a value of a luma transform skip flag (964; 9127) for the luma transform indicating whether data of the luma transform is encoded in the video bitstream as a spatial domain representation. A value of a chroma transform skip flag (966; 9148) is determined (1404) for a first chroma transform of the plurality of chroma transforms indicating whether the data of the chroma transform is encoded in the video bitstream as a spatial domain representation. The method decodes (1406) the luma transform according to the determined luma transform skip flag and the plurality of chroma, transforms according to the determined chroma transform skip flag for the first chroma transform.
WO/2014/073816 JUICE EXTRACTION MODULE FOR JUICER||WO||15.05.2014|
||PCT/KR2013/009696||NUC ELECTRONICS CO., LTD.||KIM, Jong Boo|
Disclosed is a juice extraction module for a juicer, and the juice extraction module comprises: a container (100) having a juice outlet (101); a net (200) positioned inside the container (100); a screw (300) for extracting the juice of a material by being positioned inside the net (200); and a cover (400) which is coupled to an upper end of the container (100), and which has a slot (410) into which materials are inserted. The juice extraction module for a juicer further comprises: a crushing part (500) which is formed on an upper end of the screw (300) by having a shape that narrows toward the upper part, and which has a crushing blade (510); and a crushing process part (600) which is connected to the slot (410), wherein the crushing process part (600) is recessed on the lower side of the cover (400) so as to accommodate the crushing part (500) therein.
WO/2014/065460 PET NON-WOVEN FABRIC FOR SEPARATION MEMBRANE OF SECONDARY BATTERIES AND SEPARATION MEMBRANE FOR SECONDARY BATTERIES COMPRISING SAME||WO||01.05.2014|
||PCT/KR2012/009429||TOPTEC HNS CO., LTD.||LEE, Hyang Doo|
The present invention relates to technique associated with a PET non-woven fabric for a separation membrane of secondary batteries, and a separation membrane for secondary batteries comprising same. The present invention provides a PET non-woven fabric for a separation membrane of secondary batteries, comprising a first fiber consisting of polyethylene terephthalate (PET) having the a melting point of 240°C or more and a second fiber consisting of polyethylene terephthalate (PET) having the a melting point ranging from 180 to 220°C, wherein each of the fibers is prepared by mixing two types of fibers having different diameters from one another from each other. According to the present invention, the PET non-woven fabric has a fine pore size, homogeneous distribution, an outstanding surface propertyproperties, less fewer surface defects, high mechanical strength, and an excellent productivity. Further, the present invention has heat resistance such that thermal runaway is prevented and melting and contracting are do not occurred even in the case wherewhen the temperature of a battery increases to 200°C or more.
WO/2014/063433 USE OF HLA-B*1301 ALLELE||WO||01.05.2014|
||PCT/CN2013/000714||SHANDONG PROVINCIAL INSTITUTE OF DERMATOLOGY AND VENEREOLOGY||ZHANG, Furen|
Disclosed is an application of a substance for detecting whether there is an HLA-B*1301 allele in human for preparing a product used for detecting or evaluating the risk of developing an adverse reaction when human respond to the drug Dapsone. Also disclosed is a method for indentifying and/or screening a candidate drug for treating the Dapsone hypersensitivity syndrome by using an HLA-B*1301 allele as a target spot.