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1 INCLUDING TRADE MARKS, DESIGNS AND COPYRIGHT IN CINEMATOGRAPH FILMS APRIL 2012 VOL 45 No.4 Part II of II ISSUED MONTHLY DATE OF ISSUE: 25 APRIL 2012 ISSN

2 INCLUDING TRADE MARKS, DESIGNS AND COPYRIGHT IN CINEMATOGRAPH FILMS VOL. 45 No. 4 DATE OF ISSUE: 25 APRIL 2012 PATENTS, TRADE MARKS, DESIGNS AND COPYRIGHT OFFICE Official notices of proceedings under: The Patents Act, 1978 The Designs Act, 1993 The Trade Marks Act, 1963 The Trade Marks Act, 1993 The Registration of Copyright in Cinematograph Films Act, 1977 Registrar of Patents, Trade Marks, Designs and Copyright Note: CIPC acting on behalf of the Government of the Republic of South Africa, cannot guarantee the accuracy of its publications or undertake any responsibility for errors or omissions or their consequences. 2

3 TABLE OF CONTENTS 2. PATENTS... 5 APPLICATIONS FOR PATENTS... 6 ASSIGNMENTS IN TERMS OF SECTION 60-REGULATIONS AND 64 (1) CHANGE OF NAME IN TERMS OF REGULATION PATENT LICENSES IN TERMS OF SECTION 53 (7)-REGULATIONS 62 AND PATENT LICENSES IN TERMS OF SECTION 60-REGULATIONS AND PATENT APPLICATIONS ABANDONED OR WITHDRAWN APPLICATION FOR RESTORATION OF A LAPSED PATENT APPLICATION FOR VOLUNTARY SURRENDER OF PATENTS UNDER SECTION 64 (1), REGULATION 67 OF THE ACT APPLICATIONS TO AMEND SPECIFICATION INSPECTION OF SPECIFICATIONS HYPOTHECATIONS JUDGMENTS OFFICE PRACTISE NOTICES DESIGNS APPLICATIONS FOR REGISTRATION OF DESIGNS IN TERMS OF ACT No. 195 OF ASSIGNMENTS IN TERMS OF SECTIONS 30, 29-REGULATIONS 37, 38 AND CHANGE OF NAME IN TERMS OF REGULATION CHANGE OF ADDRESS FOR SERVICE REGISTERED CHANGE OF ADDRESS FOR PROPRIETOR REGISTERED APPLICATION FOR THE RESTORATION OF A LAPSED DESIGN UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT APPLICATION TO CORRECT AND/OR AMEND DESIGNS APPLICATION OR REGISTRATION NOTICE OF REGISTRATION OF DESIGNS HYPOTHECATION JUDGMENTS OFFICE PRACTICE NOTICES COPYRIGHT NOTICES OF ACCEPTANCE HYPOTHECATIONS JUDGMENTS OFFICE PRACTICE NOTICES

4 5. NOTICES TRADE MARK CORRECTION NOTICES PATENT CORRECTION NOTICES DESIGN CORRECTION NOTICES COPYRIGHT CORRECTION NOTICES NOTICE OF ADVERTISEMENT FOR AN APPLICATION FOR AMENDMENT DURING COURT PROCEEDINGS311 4

5 2. PATENTS 5

6 PATENTS APPLICATIONS FOR PATENTS Copies of these specifications cannot be supplied until the applications have been accepted and advertised, or in the case of convention applications, until 18 months from the date of the application in the convention THE PARTICULARS APPEAR IN THE FOLLOWING SEQUENCE: Application number ~ Nature ~ 54: Representation of mark ~ 73: Name of applicants ~ 74: Address for service ~ 51: International classification ~ 57: Specification of goods/services ~ 58: Endorsement(s) ~ 33: Country of priority ~ 31: Priority number ~ 32: Priority Date - APPLIED ON 23/03/ /02122 ~ Provisional ~ 54: MOTION RESPONSIVE SIGNAGE ~ 71:FLORIS SNYDER 24B Kruger Street Rustenburg ~ 72:FLORIS SNYDER 2012/02123 ~ Provisional ~ 54: SOLAR COOKER,ELECTRIC PANEL UNIT ~ 71:JOKKIE HUMAN GAUCHE 161 Witsering Street Grootvlei Wonderboom Pretoria ~ 72:JOKKIE HUMAN GAUCHE 2012/02124 ~ Complete ~ 54: LACTOBACILLUS PLANTARUM STRAINS AS HYPOCHOLESTEROLEMIC AGENTS ~ 71:AB-BIOTICS SA Masia Can Fatjo Del Molf S/N E Cerdanyola Del Valles ~ 72:CUNE CASTELLANA JORDI ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 30/11/ /02126 ~ Complete ~ 54: NANO SILVER-ZINC OXIDE COMPOSITION ~ 71:POLYMERS CRC LTD 8 Redwood Drive Notting Hill Vic 3168 ~ 72:WEISS THOMAS XALTER RAINER ~ 33: EP ~ 31: ~ 32: 27/08/ /02127 ~ Complete ~ 54: AQUEOUS CONCENTRATE FORMULATIONS CONTAINING SAFLUFENACIL AND GLYPHOSATE ~ 71:BASF SE D Ludwigshafen ~ 72:KRAPP MICHAEL GREGORI WOLFGANG ADAM SVEN KOLB KLAUS JAKOB JURGEN SIEVERNICH BERND STEUERWALD JORG BOWE STEVEN ZAWIERUCHA JOSEPH LIEBL REX ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 27/08/ /02128 ~ Complete ~ 54: AQUEOUS SUSPENSION CONCENTRATE FORMULATIONS CONTAINING SAFLUFENACIL ~ 71:BASF SE D Ludwigshafen ~ 72:KRAPP MICHAEL GREGORI WOLFGANG KOLB KLAUS SIEVERNICH BERND SAXELL HEIDI EMILIA STEUERWALD JORG BOWE STEVEN LIEBL REX CANNAN TERRANCE M ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 27/08/ /02134 ~ Complete ~ 54: MEDICAL UTILITY OF GLYCAN-BINDING PROTEINS AND GLYCANS ~ 71:ETH ZURICH Raemistrasse 101/Eth Transfer CH-8092 Zurich UNIVERSITY OF ZURICH Prorektorat MNW Raemistrasse 71 CH-8006 Zurich ~ 72:KUNZLER MARKUS WALTI MARTIN BUTSCHI ALEX AEBI MARKUS HENGARTNER MICHAEL ~ 33: EP ~ 31: ~ 32: 21/10/ /02135 ~ Complete ~ 54: EXCAVATOR TOOTH RETENTION DEVICE ~ 71:RAPTOR MINING PRODUCTS INC # th Avenue Edmonton T5T 1L6 Alberta ~ 72:KNIGHT GARRET D ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 29/09/ /02136 ~ Complete ~ 54: METHOD AND ARRANGEMENTS FOR CONGESTION CONTROL FOR INTERWORKING COMMUNICATION NETWORKS ~ 71:TELEFONAKTIEBOLAGET L M ERICSSON (PUBL) S Stockholm ~ 72:DE FRANCA LIMA OCTAVIO JOSE MILDH GUNNAR ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 13/10/ /02137 ~ Complete ~ 54: PRODUCT COMPRISING HYDROPHOBIN ~ 71:UNILEVER PLC Unilever House 100 Victoria Embankment London Greater London EC4P ODY ~ 72:MITCHELL JOHN TURNER WIX LOYD ~ 33: EP ~ 31: ~ 32: 02/10/ /02138 ~ Complete ~ 54: PROCESS FOR DRYING OIL SAND MATURE FINE TAILINGS ~ 71:SUNCOR ENERGY INC 150 6th Avenue S W Calgary Alberta T2P 3Y7 ~ 72:REVINGTON ADRIAN PETER WEISS MARVIN HARVEY WELLS PATRICK SEAN HAHN THOMAS CHARLES 2012/02139 ~ Complete ~ 54: PROCESS FOR FLOCCULATING AND DEWATERING OIL SAND MATURE FINE TAILINGS ~ 71:SUNCOR ENERGY INC 150 6th Avenue S W Calgary Alberta T2P 3Y7 ~ 72:REVINGTON 6

7 ADRIAN PETER OMOTOSO OLADIPO WELLS PATRICK SEAN HAHN THOMAS CHARLES WEISS MARVIN HARVEY BUGG TREVOR EASTWOOD JAMIE YOUNG STEPHEN JOSEPH O'NEILL HUGUES ROBERT SANCHEZ ANA CHRISTINA ~ 33: CA ~ 31: ~ 32: 02/12/ /02141 ~ Complete ~ 54: OPPOSITE RADIAL ROTARY-PISTON ENGINE OF CHORONSKI ~ 71:CHORONSKI EVGENIY 1 Lachish St Apt 58 Ashkelon MOUKHAEV BORIS Ashtaol 1-52 Ashkelon ~ 72:CHORONSKI EVGENIY MOUKHAEV BORIS 2012/02142 ~ Complete ~ 54: POSITIONING SYSTEM,APPARATUS AND METHOD FOR WIRELESS MONITORING FOR ESOPHAGEAL PH VALUE ~ 71:CHONGQING JINSHAN SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY (GROUP) CO LTD No 18 Nichang Avenue Lianglu Industrial City Yubei District Jinshan International Industrial City Chongqing ~ 72:LI XIANGDONG YUAN JIAN QIN LANG ONG WANLI GONG ZHAOTAO ~ 33: CN ~ 31: ~ 32: 16/10/ /02143 ~ Complete ~ 54: CORELESS TISSUE ROLLS AND METHOD OF MAKING THE SAME ~ 71:KIMBERLY-CLARK WORLDWIDE INC 2300 Winchester Road Neenah Wisconsin ~ 72:WOJCIK STEVEN JAMES VERBURGT MARK R BANDA JR JOEL PIGSLEY KENNETH ALLEN ARMSTRONG CHRISTINE ANN JOBS DENNIS MARVIN SHANNON THOMAS GERARD BAGGOT JAMES LEO ~ 33: US ~ 31: 12/ ~ 32: 06/10/ /02144 ~ Complete ~ 54: HYDRAULIC ANTI-ROLL SYSTEM ~ 71:MSI DEFENSE SOLUTIONS LLC 125 Overhill Drive Suite 103 Mooresville North Carolina ~ 72:RYAN JEFFREY S HOLBERT TODD J HOLDEN DAVID J PETERSON JEFF L CHAVLA SETH D ~ 33: US ~ 31: 12/ ~ 32: 25/08/ /02145 ~ Complete ~ 54: SLURRY PREPARATION METHOD,SLURRY PREPARATION DEVICE,HYDROCARBON SYNTHESIS REACTION APPARATUS,AND HYDROCARBON SYNTHESIS REACTION SYSTEM ~ 71:JAPAN OIL,GAS AND METALS NATIONAL CORP Toranomon Minato-Ku Tokyo INPEX CORPORATION AKASAKA MINTO-KU TOKYO JX NIPPON OIL & ENERGY CORPORATION 6-3, Otemachi 2-Chome Chiyoda-ku Tokyo JAPAN PETROLEUM EXPLORATION CO LTD 7-12 Marunouchi 1-Chome Chiyoda-ku Tokoyo COSMO OIL CO LTD Shibaura Minato-ku Tokyo NIPPON STEEL ENGINEERING CO LTD 5-1 Osaki 1-Chome Shinagawaku Tokyo ~ 72:ONISHI YASUHIRO SHINGU MASAKI TANAKA YUICHI ~ 33: JP ~ 31: ~ 32: 31/08/ /02146 ~ Complete ~ 54: SYSTEMS AND PROCESSES FOR CATALYTIC PYROLYSIS OF BIOMASS AND HYDROCARBONACEOUS MATERIALS FOR PRODUCTION OF AROMATICS WITH OPTIONAL OLEFIN RECYCLE,AND CATALYSTS HAVING SELECTED PARTICLE SIZE FOR CATALYTIC PYROLYSIS ~ 71:UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS 225 Franklin Street 12th Floor Boston Massachusetts ANELLOTECH INC 160 Varick Street 12th Floor New York New York ~ 72:HUBER GEORGE W CHENG YU-TING JAE JUNGHO GAFFNEY ANNE MAE ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 09/09/ /02147 ~ Complete ~ 54: AUTHENTICATION APPARATUS FOR VALUE DOCUMENTS ~ 71:HONEYWELL INTERNATIONAL INC 101 COLUMBIA ROAD MORRISTOWN NEW JERSEY ~ 72:RAPOPORT WILLIAM ROSS AU KWONG WING KANE JAMES LAU CARSTEN ~ 33: US ~ 31: 12/ ~ 32: 08/09/ /02148 ~ Complete ~ 54: CATIONIC CROSS-LINKED POLYMERS IN WATER-IN-WATER POLYMER DISPERSIONS ~ 71:ASHLAND LICENSING AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LLC 5200 Blazer Parkway Dublin Ohio ~ 72:BROCHER MARKUS SIEVERLING NATHALIE KANTO OEQVIST CHARLOTTA BOEKELO CHRISTIAN ~ 33: EP ~ 31: ~ 32: 24/08/ /02149 ~ Complete ~ 54: ANIONIC CROSS-LINKED POLYMERS IN WATER-IN-WATER POLYMER DISPERSIONS ~ 71:ASHLAND LICENSING AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LLC 5200 Blazer Parkway Dublin Ohio ~ 72:BROCHER MARKUS SIEVERLING NATHALIE KANTO OEQVIST CHARLOTTA ~ 33: EP ~ 31: ~ 32: 24/08/ /02150 ~ Complete ~ 54: [1,4]-BENZODIAZEPINES AS VASOPRESSIN V2 RECEPTOR ANTAGONISTS ~ 71:SHIRE-MOVETIS NV Veedijk 58 B-2300 Turnhout ~ 72:MEULEMANS ANN COOLS MARINA MEZINE IGOR ALEXNADROVICH VAN GEFFEN MAARTEN LAVRIJSEN KAREL KELLER ERIK THIELEMANS LEEN ~ 33: GB ~ 31: ~ 32: 16/08/ /02151 ~ Complete ~ 54: COMPOSITIONS COMPRISING TRAMADOL AND CELECOXIB IN THE TREATMENT OF PAIN ~ 71:LABORATORIOS DEL DR ESTEVE S.A Avda Mare De Deu De Montserrat 221 E Barcelona ~ 72:PORTILLO SALIDO ENRIQUE VIDELA CES SEBASTIA ~ 33: EP ~ 31: ~ 32: 16/10/2009 7

8 2012/02120 ~ Provisional ~ 54: PHARMACEUTICAL COMPOSITION ~ 71:TEMBELETU TRUST Cape Town 8001 ~ 72:GEOFF AINSLIE 2012/02121 ~ Complete ~ 54: WATER JACKET AND HEATING UNIT ~ 71:JETMASTER (PTY) LIMITED Cnr Main Reef & Wilgespruit Road Roodepoort 1725 ~ 72:ALLAN ATHOLL HITCHMAN ~ 33: ZA ~ 31: 2011/05798 ~ 32: 08/08/ /02152 ~ Complete ~ 54: CHUNKS-IN-JELLY FOOD COMPOSITIONS HAVING AN APPEALING APPEARANCE ~ 71:NESTEC S A Avenue Nestle 55 CH-1800 Vevey ~ 72:PIBAROT PATRICK WATELAIN ANNIE ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 26/08/ /02153 ~ Complete ~ 54: A FEED DISCHARGE DEVICE AND SYSTEM FOR FISHING ~ 71:JORDAAN KAREL PIETER 2 Gonubie Street 0017 Doornpoort Gauteng ~ 72:JORDAAN KAREL PIETER MARAIS MORNE ~ 33: ZA ~ 31: 2010/09313 ~ 32: 24/12/ /02154 ~ Complete ~ 54: INFRA-RED REFLECTIVE OCCLUSION SENSORS ~ 71:NESTEC S A Avenue Nestle 55 CH-1800 Vevey ~ 72:CUMMINGS DAVID CHARLES MEYER RUSSELL PAUL NELSON ANDREW PETER ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 28/08/ /02155 ~ Complete ~ 54: BIFIDOBACTERIUM LONGUM AND FUNCTIONAL GI DISORDERS ~ 71:NESTEC S A Avenue Nestle 55 CH-1800 Vevey ~ 72:MCLEAN PETER COLLINS STEPHEN MICHAEL VERDU DE BERCIK ELENA BERGONZELLI DEGONDA GABRIELA BERCIK PREMYSL ~ 33: EP ~ 31: ~ 32: 25/08/ /02156 ~ Provisional ~ 54: A CHARGING STATION FOR MOBILE ELECTRONIC DEVICES AND AN ASSOCIATED SYSTEM AND METHOD ~ 71:ECONET WIRELESS IP HOLDINGS LTD 10th Floor Raffles Tower 19 Cybercity Ebene ~ 72:JORDAN COLIN STEPHEN 2012/02157 ~ Complete ~ 54: RELAY STATION,RELAY METHOD,RADIO COMMUNICATION SYSTEM,AND RADIO COMMUNICATION APPARATUS ~ 71:SONY CORPORATION Konan Minato-ku Tokyo ~ 72:KIMURA RYOTA ~ 33: JP ~ 31: ~ 32: 01/10/ /02158 ~ Complete ~ 54: METHODS FOR TREATMENT OF A SARCOMA USING AN EPIMETABOLIC SHIFTER (COENZYME Q10) ~ 71:CYTOTECH LABS LLC 1845 ELM HILL PIKE NASHVILLE TN ~ 72:SARANGARAJAN RANGAPRASAD MCCOOK JOHN PATRICK NARAIN NIVEN RAJIN ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 25/08/ /02159 ~ Complete ~ 54: A PACKAGE FOR TOBACCO PRODUCTS ~ 71:BRITISH AMERICAN TOBACCO (INVESTMENTS) LIMITED Globe House 1 Water Street London WC2R 3LA ~ 72:GIBSON PAUL BRAY ANDREW JONATHAN BROOKBANK AARON ~ 33: GB ~ 31: ~ 32: 26/08/ /02160 ~ Complete ~ 54: METHOD FOR PRODUCING PROANTHOCYANIDIN POLYMER COMPOSITIONS FOR PHARMACEUTICAL FORMULATIONS ~ 71:GLENMARK PHARMACEUTICALS LTD Glenmark Research Centre Plot No A-607 TTC Industrial Area MIDC Mahape Navi Mumbai NAPO PHARMACEUTICALS INC 185 Berry Street Suite 1300 San Francisco CA ~ 72:CHOW JOHN KADAM SURESH MAHADEV TSANG JONATHAN PANDEY VIPIN KUMAR PRADHAN NITIN CHEN YINGZHONG KHAN MUBEEN AHMED ~ 33: IN ~ 31: 1962/MUM/2009 ~ 32: 26/08/ /02161 ~ Complete ~ 54: PROCESS FOR MULTI METAL SEPARATION FROM RAW MATERIALS AND SYSTEM FOR USE ~ 71:METAL TECH LTD Ramat Hovav P O Box Beer Sheva ~ 72:ROSENBERG AIK GUSAKOV SERGEY ROGOV ALEXANDER JICHOR IVGENY TARAKANOV BORIS ANTONIR IGAL NOACH RAMI ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 24/08/ /02162 ~ Complete ~ 54: INSULIN RECEPTOR BINDING ANTIBODIES ~ 71:XOMA TECHNOLOGY LTD 2910 Seventh Street Berkeley CA ~ 72:CORBIN JOHN WATSON SUSAN R WHITE MARK LESLIE BHASKAR VINAY ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 25/06/ /02163 ~ Complete ~ 54: PROCESSES FOR PRODUCING SILK DOPE ~ 71:COMMONWEALTH SCIENTIFIC AND INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH ORGANISATION Limestone Avenue, Campbell, 2612 Australian Capital Territory ~ 72:SUTHERLAND TARA D SRISKANTHA ALAGACONE HUSON MICHAEL GEORGE HARITOS VICTORIA S WEISMAN SARAH CHURCH JEFFREY SCOTT ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 19/03/ /02164 ~ Complete ~ 54: MULTIPLE LAYER MAT AND EXHAUST GAS TREATMENT DEVICE ~ 71:UNIFRAX I LLC 2351 Whirlpool Street Niagara Falls New York ~ 72:KUMAR AMIT ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 24/09/2009 8

9 2012/02165 ~ Complete ~ 54: ARMATURE WINDING OF ROTATING ELECTRICAL MACHINE ~ 71:KABUSHIKI KAISHA TOSHIBA 1-1 Shibaura 1-chome Minato-ku Tokyo ~ 72:TOKUMASU TADASHI ICHIMONJI MASAYUKI HIRAMATSU DAISUKE UEDA TAKASHI OTAKA TORU KAKIUCHI MIKIO ~ 33: JP ~ 31: ~ 32: 24/03/ /02166 ~ Complete ~ 54: AUTOMATIC INCREASED-SUCTION RELIEF APPARATUS ~ 71:POOLVERGNUEGEN 2780 Bardy Road Santa Rosa CA ~ 72:RIEF DIETER J RIEF MANUELA SCHLITZER HANS ~ 33: US ~ 31: 12/ ~ 32: 24/09/ /02167 ~ Complete ~ 54: METHOD AND DEVICE FOR REMOVING TARS FROM SYNTHESIS GAS OBTAINED DURING GASIFICATION OF BIOMASS ~ 71:STICHTING ENERGIEONDERZOEK CENTRUM NEDERLAND WESTERDUINWEG 3 NL-1755 LE PETTEN ~ 72:ZWART ROBIN WILLEM RUDOLF KUIPERS JOHANNES BOS ALEXANDER ~ 33: NL ~ 31: ~ 32: 25/09/ /02168 ~ Complete ~ 54: FORMULATIONS COMPRISING TRIPTAN COMPOUNDS ~ 71:DR REDDY'S LABORATORIES LTD Ameerpet Hyderabad Andhra Pradesh ~ 72:GANDHI RAJESH JANA ARUN MANIKONDA SREEKANTH KUNTE SAMEER SHRINIVAS ~ 33: US ~ 31: 2010/ ~ 32: 16/06/ /02169 ~ Complete ~ 54: TARGETING PAX2 FOR THE TREATMENT OF BREAST CANCER ~ 71:PHIGENIX INC 191 Peachtree Street Suite 3300 Atlanta GA ~ 72:DONALD CARLTON D ~ 33: US ~ 31: 12/ ~ 32: 18/02/ /02170 ~ Complete ~ 54: DETECTING PAX2 FOR THE DIAGNOSIS OF BREAST CANCER ~ 71:PHIGENIX INC 191 Peachtree Street Suite 3300 Atlanta GA ~ 72:DONALD CARLTON D ~ 33: US ~ 31: 12/ ~ 32: 24/08/ /02171 ~ Complete ~ 54: CONDENSED QUINOLINES AS PROTEIN KINASE MODULATORS ~ 71:CYLENE PHARMACEUTICALS INC 5820 Nancy Ridge drive Suite 200 San Diego California ~ 72:PIERRE FABRICE REGAN COLLIN F HADDACH MUSTAPHA RYCKMAN DAVID M ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 22/12/ /02172 ~ Complete ~ 54: NATURAL FLUORESCENT DIAMOND ORNAMENT THAT EMITS MULTI-COLOR LIGHT AND HIDDEN TEXT/PATTERN ~ 71:LIU SHU-FEN No 251 Wuquan Rd North Dist Taichung City 404 Taiwan ~ 72:LIU SHU-FEN ~ 33: CN ~ 31: ~ 32: 24/03/ /02173 ~ Complete ~ 54: COMBINATION ~ 71:GLAXOSMITHKLINE LLC One Franklin Plaza 200 North 16th Street Philadelphia Pennsylvania ~ 72:DUMBLE MELISSA GILMER TONA KUMAR RAKESH LEBOWITZ PETER F MORRIS SHANNON RENAE LAQUERRE SYLVIE ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 23/09/ /02174 ~ Complete ~ 54: DICYCLANIL-BASED AQUEOUS SUSPENSION AND NON-AQUEOUS SOLUTION POUR-ON AND SPRAY ON FORMULATIONS FOR THE PREVENTION AND TREATMENT OF INSECT INFESTATION IN ANIMAL ~ 71:MERIAL LIMITED 3239 Satellite Boulevard Duluth Georgia ~ 72:RAZZAK MAJID JOHNSON ALAN GOSWAMI JITENDRA AWASTHI ATUL HOLMES ROBERT ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 21/09/ /02175 ~ Complete ~ 54: 2'-FLUORO SUBSTITUTED CARBA-NUCLEOSIDE ANALOGS FOR ANTIVIRAL TREATMENT ~ 71:GILEAD SCIENCES INC 333 Lakeside Drive Foster City CA ~ 72:CHO AESOP KIM CHOUNG U METOBO SAMUEL E RAY ADRIAN S XU JIE ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 21/09/ /02280 ~ Provisional ~ 54: SUPPORT FOR A BANNER ~ 71:SCREEN GRAPHICS CC 1 Beechfield Crescent Springfield Industrial Park Durban Kwa Zulu Natal ~ 72:BRYON ALAN DE VILLIERS 2012/02282 ~ Provisional ~ 54: TANKER AND ORE CARRIER COMBINATION ~ 71:DEREK JOHN LIDSTON 1 Lilac Road Drummond Kwa Zulu Natal ~ 72:DEREK JOHN LIDSTON 2012/02390 ~ Complete ~ 54: BUILDING APPARATUS ~ 71:VON STADE HENDRIK THEUNIS 747 Van Der Hoof Pretoria Gardens 0082 ~ 72:VON STADE HENDRIK THEUNIS - APPLIED ON 26/03/ /02176 ~ Provisional ~ 54: ELECTRONET ~ 71:ROBBY PETRUS ENOCH SIBANYONI 131 Ramatsui St Saulsville 0125 PROVIN TSIBOGO MOKWENA 131 Ramastui Str Saulsville 0125 ~ 72:ROBBY PETRUS ENOCH SIBANYONI PROVIN TSIBOGO MOKWENA 2012/02177 ~ Provisional ~ 54: GET RAPIST INTO JAIL ~ 71:MOLAPI WALTER MAPHETO Dineo Close Ivory Park 1689 ~ 72:MOLAPI WALTER MAPHETO 9

10 2012/02178 ~ Provisional ~ 54: SPLIT CYCLE DUAL PORT COMBUSTION CHAMBER ~ 71: MALCOLM GAVIN PORTEOUS 32 Antigo Falls Lingerette Avenue Sunninghill Gardens Sunninghill ~ 72: MALCOLM GAVIN PORTEOUS 2012/02179 ~ Provisional ~ 54: SINGLE PORT SPLIT CYCLE COMBUSTION CHAMBER ~ 71: MALCOLM GAVIN PORTEOUS 32 Antigo Falls Lingerette Avenue Sunninghill Gardens Sunninghill ~ 72: MALCOLM GAVIN PORTEOUS 2012/02180 ~ Provisional ~ 54: LAWNMOWER FRAMEWORK ~ 71: GEORGE THOMAS HUCHERBY 40 Vista Road Waterfall KZN ~ 72: GEORGE THOMAS HUCHERBY 2012/02181 ~ Provisional ~ 54: MORE EFFECTIVE TOOTH PICKS ~ 71: MARCUS WILLIAM BRUCE MOODIE 7 Balmoral 71 Inanda Road Hillcrest KwaZulu Natal ~ 72:MARCUS WILLIAM BRUCE MOODIE 2012/02182 ~ Complete ~ 54: MOULDING METHOD ~ 71: RAMCHANDER DORASAMY 4 Hilltop Road Hillcrest Kwa Zulu Natal ~ 72: RAMCHANDER DORASAMY ~ 33: ZA ~ 31: 2011/03609 ~ 32: 13/05/ /02183 ~ Complete ~ 54: METAL PROFILE MEMBER TO BE USED AS A FORMWORK ASSISTING IN THE CONSTRUCTION OF METAL/CONCRETE FLOORING ~ 71:TUBE PROFIL EQUIPMENT-ETS JEAN MINISCLOUX Zone Industrielle-4 Rue Du 19 Mars 1962 F Le Coudray ~ 72:FRANCIS MINISCLOUX ~ 33: FR ~ 31: ~ 32: 25/09/ /02184 ~ Complete ~ 54: GRINDER GUARD ~ 71:VENTER HERMANUS JACOBUS 2 Liebenberg Street Secunda 2302 ~ 72:VENTER HERMANUS JACOBUS ~ 33: ZA ~ 31: 2011/01227 ~ 32: 16/02/ /02185 ~ Provisional ~ 54: A RECREATIONAL CHAIR ~ 71:OLIVIER DANIEL ROSSOUW No 9 Vyfdelaan Prieska 8940 ~ 72:OLIVIER DANIEL ROSSOUW 2012/02186 ~ Provisional ~ 54: A FITNESS BAG ~ 71:FIT-MASTERS CC No 17 Empress Street Kensington Johannesburg 2094 ~ 72:DE MEE ANDY ROBBERT DE MEE KATHREEN SYLVIA 2012/02187 ~ Complete ~ 54: DESKTOP/MONITOR COMBINATION ~ 71:I-POINT BEHEER BV Medeaschouw 122 NL-2726 KT Zoetermeer ~ 72:LUITEN DENNIS GERARDUS KAREL MARIA ~ 33: NL ~ 31: ~ 32: 22/09/ /02188 ~ Complete ~ 54: PLASTIC SHEETING AND A MOULD THEREFOR ~ 71:PLASTIPACK LIMITED Wainwright House 4 Wainwright Close Churchfields Industrial Estate St. Leonards-on-Sea East Sussex, TN38 9PP ~ 72:ADLINGTON ANTHONY PETER ~ 33: GB ~ 31: ~ 32: 02/10/ /02189 ~ Complete ~ 54: BLOOD COLLECTION DEVICE ~ 71:POLY MEDICURE LIMITED 105 Sector 59 HSIDC Industrial Area Faridabad Haryana ~ 72:BAID RISHI ~ 33: IN ~ 31: 1861/DEL/2009 ~ 32: 09/09/ /02190 ~ Provisional ~ 54: DEVICE FOR CONTROLLING THE RATE OF WATER FLOW THROUGH A WATER METER ~ 71:DONIX EMBEDDED SYSTEMS CC Unit 3C Arden Grove Montague Gardens 7441 ~ 72:Martin DONOVAN 2012/02191 ~ Complete ~ 54: HOMOGENIZING FUEL ENHANCEMENT SYSTEM ~ 71:EXEN HOLDINGS LLC 1331 Simpson Way Escondido CA ~ 72:LUND MORTEN A ~ 33: US ~ 31: 12/ ~ 32: 08/02/ /02192 ~ Complete ~ 54: WIND TURBINE WITH MIXERS AND EJECTORS ~ 71:FLODESIGN WING TURBINE CORPORATION 380 Main Street Wilbraham MA ~ 72:PRESZ WALTER M WERLE MICHAEL J ~ 33: US ~ 31: 60/ ~ 32: 23/03/ /02193 ~ Complete ~ 54: MULTI-VARIABLE RATE AGRICULTURAL PRODUCT APPLICATION SYSTEM,DEVICE AND METHOD ~ 71:RAVEN INDUSTRIES INC P O Box 5107 Sioux Falls South Dakota ~ 72:KOCER JARED E WAGERS JESSE L SCHOENFELDER CHARLIE R BAST BRENT ~ 33: US ~ 31: 12/ ~ 32: 15/06/ /02194 ~ Complete ~ 54: A DRILL BIT ASSEMBLY FOR FLUID-OPERATED PERCUSSION DRILL TOOLS ~ 71:MINCON INTERNATIONAL LTD Smithstown Industrial Estate Shannon Co Clare ~ 72:PURCELL JOSEPH ~ 33: IE ~ 31: S2009/0701 ~ 32: 15/09/ /02195 ~ Complete ~ 54: HYDROCRACKING PROCESS AND PROCESS FOR PRODUCING HYDROCARBON OIL ~ 71:JAPAN OIL,GAS AND METALS NATIONAL CORP Toranomon Minato-Ku Tokyo INPEX CORPORATION AKASAKA MINTO-KU TOKYO JX NIPPON OIL & ENERGY CORP 6-3 Otemachi 2-Chome Chiyoda-Ku Tokyo JAPAN PETROLEUM EXPLORATION CO LTD 7-12 Marunouchi 1-Chome Chiyoda-ku Tokoyo COSMO OIL CO LTD Shibaura Minato-ku Tokyo NIPPON STEEL ENGINEERING CO LTD 5-1 Osaki 1-Chome Shinagawa-ku Tokyo ~ 72:TASAKA KAZUHIKO TANAKA YUICHI IWAMA MARIE ~ 33: JP ~ 31: ~ 32: 16/09/

11 2012/02196 ~ Complete ~ 54: METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR CAPTURING AND UTILIZING ENERGY GENERATED IN A FLUE GAS STREAM PROCESSING SYSTEM ~ 71:ALSTOM TECHNOLOGY LTD Brown Boveri Strasse 7 CH-5400 Baden ~ 72:GLEITZ STEPHEN H DUBE SANJAY K KOZAK FREDERIC Z MURASKIN DAVID J RAINES THOMAS S ~ 33: US ~ 31: 12/ ~ 32: 03/08/ /02197 ~ Complete ~ 54: SIGNAL PROCESSING APPARATUS AND METHOD,AND PROGRAM ~ 71:SONY CORPORATION Konan Minato-ku Tokyo ~ 72:YAMAMOTO YUKIHIRO HATANAKA MITSUYUKI CHINEN TORU ~ 33: JP ~ 31: ~ 32: 03/08/ /02198 ~ Provisional ~ 54: CONVERSION OF OLEFINS TO ALCOHOLS ~ 71:SASOL TECHNOLOGY (PROPRIETARY) LIMITED 1 Sturdee Avenue Rosebank Johannesburg 2196 ~ 72:OTTO STEFANUS JULIUS GERRIT RICHARD SHARROCK CAYLE JON 2012/02199 ~ Complete ~ 54: BENZOXAZEPIN PI3K INHIBITOR COMPOUNDS AND METHODS OF USE ~ 71:F HOFFMANN-LA ROCHE AG GRENZACHERSTRASSE 124 CH-4070 BASLE ~ 72:BLAQUIERE NICOLE DUDLEY DANETTE HEALD ROBERT JONES MARK NDUBAKU CHUDI PRICE STEPHEN WANG LAN DO STEVEN FOLKES ADRIAN JOHN HEFFRON TIMOTHY KOLESNIKOV ALEKSANDR OLIVERO ALAN G STABEN STEVEN ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 03/05/ /02200 ~ Complete ~ 54: FOLDING DEVICE ~ 71:UNICHARM CORPORATION 182 Shimobun Kinsei-cho Shikokuchuo-shi Ehime ~ 72:YAMAMOTO HIROKI ~ 33: JP ~ 31: ~ 32: 31/08/ /02201 ~ Complete ~ 54: TORQUE LIMITING DISPOSABLE AGITATOR FOR FOOD MAKER ~ 71:VITA- MIX CORPORATION 8615 Usher Road Cleveland Ohio ~ 72:KOZLOWSKI EUGENE J SEUFFERT RAYMOND ~ 33: US ~ 31: 13/ ~ 32: 01/04/ /02202 ~ Complete ~ 54: PARTICLE PUMP METHODS AND DEVICES ~ 71:INBICON A/S Kraftvaerksvej 53 Skaerbaek DK-7000 Fredericia ~ 72:FINK JENS NIELSEN POULSEN NIELS ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 29/03/ /02203 ~ Complete ~ 54: DRUG FUSIONS AND CONJUGATES WITH EXTENDED HALF LIFE ~ 71:GLAXO GROUP LTD., Glaxo Wellcome House Berkeley Avenue Greenford Middlesex UB6 ONN ~ 72:HAMILTON BRUCE PAULIK MARK ANDREW HERRING CHRISTOPHER ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 30/09/ /02204 ~ Complete ~ 54: APPARATUS FOR TRANSFERRING LOAD ~ 71:SINGH KALVIN JIT 105 Old Te Kuiti Road Road 6 Otorohanga 3976 ~ 72:SINGH KALVIN JIT ~ 33: NZ ~ 31: ~ 32: 10/06/ /02236 ~ Provisional ~ 54: ~ 71:ISAAC MABUSE SEKGOTHE 77 Block GG Soshanguve 0152 ~ 72:ISAAC MABUSE SEKGOTHE - APPLIED ON 27/03/ /02205 ~ Provisional ~ 54: SOLAR HEATING PANEL ~ 71:KALLENBACH DIETER HANS FRIEDERICH Plot 8 9th Street Chartwell 2191 ~ 72:KALLENBACH DIETER HANS FRIEDERICH 2012/02206 ~ Provisional ~ 54: PROCESS FOR THE SYNTHESIS OF ZEOLITES ~ 71:UNIVERSITY OF THE WESTERN CAPE Modderdam Road Bellville Cape Town Westernh Cape ~ 72:PETRIK LESLIE FELICIA MUSYOKA NICHOLAS HUMS ERIC 2012/02207 ~ Complete ~ 54: USE OF SURFACE-TREATED CARBON BLACKS IN AN ELASTOMER TO REDUCE COMPOUND HYSTERESIS AND TIRE ROLLING RESISTANCE AND IMPROVE WET TRACTION ~ 71:COLUMBIAN CHEMICALS COMPANY 1800 WEST OAK COMMONS COURT MARIETTA GEORGIA LANXESS DEUTSCHLAND GMBH Leverkusen ~ 72:HERD CHARLES EDWARDS CHARLES CURTIS JOHN CROSSLEY STEVE SCHOMBERG K CORY GROSS THOMAS STEINHAUSER NORBERT KLOPPENBERG HEIKE HARDY DAVID LUCASSEN ALEX ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 27/08/ /02208 ~ Complete ~ 54: ORALLY ADMINISTERED CORTICOSTEROID COMPOSITIONS ~ 71:APTALIS PHARMATECH INC 845 Center Drive Vandalia Ohio ~ 72:VENKATESH GOPI M PERRETT STEPHEN COHEN FREDERIC JAY ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 01/10/ /02209 ~ Complete ~ 54: THERMAL DISTILLATION SYSTEM AND PROCESS ~ 71:PHOENIX WATER C/O M&C Corporate Services Limited P O Box 309 GT Ugland House South Church Street Grand Cayman George Town KY ~ 72:URWIN PETER M O'CONNELL MICHAEL JOHN WILSON MICHAEL JOHN REES GLENN ~ 33: AU ~ 31: ~ 32: 21/09/

12 2012/02210 ~ Complete ~ 54: IMPROVED NUCLEIC ACID QUANTITATION METHOD ~ 71:ACCUGEN PTY LTD 3-11 Primrose Avenue Rosebery 2018 New South Wales ~ 72:DUGGAN KAREN ANNETTE HA HONG HODGE GEORGE ~ 33: AU ~ 31: ~ 32: 02/09/ /02211 ~ Complete ~ 54: DISMOUNTABLE MODULAR PLATFORM FOR WASTE DISPOSAL FACILITY ~ 71:MODULO BETON 70 Avenue Du Danemark ZA Albasud F Montauban ~ 72:PEGOT-OGIER JEAN- JACQUES BOSIO MICHEL-JEAN 2012/02212 ~ Complete ~ 54: SEALED PRESSURE-MEASURING MEMBER ~ 71:SOCIETE DE TECHNOLOGIE MICHELIN 23 rue Breschet F Clermont Ferrand Cedex 9 MICHELIN RECHERCHE ET TECHNIQUE S.A. Route Louis Braille 10 et 12 CH-1763 Granges-Paccot ~ 72:CHAMPRESONDE JONATHAN LEMAN RICHARD LEMAN MARK SMITH PETER ~ 33: FR ~ 31: ~ 32: 30/09/ /02213 ~ Complete ~ 54: TREATMENT OF MINERALS ~ 71:THE SOUTH AFRICAN NUCLEAR ENERGY CORPORATION LIMITED Pelindaba 0250 District Brits ~ 72:NEL JOHANNES THEODORUS DU PLESSIS WILHELMINA CROUSE PHILIPPUS LODEWYK RETIEF WILLEM LIEDENBERG LE ROUX JOHANNES PETRUS ~ 33: ZA ~ 31: 2009/06343 ~ 32: 11/09/ /02214 ~ Provisional ~ 54: WATER TREATMENT ~ 71:TSHWANE UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY Arcadia Campus 175 Mandela Drive Arcadia 0083 Pretoria ~ 72:REN JIANWEI 2012/02215 ~ Complete ~ 54: STABLE ACID DENATURED SOY/UREA ADHESIVES AND METHODS OF MAKING SAME ~ 71:HERCULES INC Hercules Plaza 1313 North Market Street Wilmington Delaware ~ 72:BIRKELAND MICHAEL J WESCOTT JAMES M ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 28/08/ /02216 ~ Provisional ~ 54: A METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR DEFACING BANK NOTES ~ 71:DIMOGENIX (PTY) LTD 53A Gemsbok Avenue Monument Park 0181 Pretoria ~ 72:RYKAART CORNELIUS EWOUD 2012/02217 ~ Complete ~ 54: ABSORBENT PRODUCTS HAVING IMPROVED PACKAGING EFFICIENCY ~ 71:THE PROCTER & GAMBLE COMPANY ONE PROCTER & GAMBLE PLAZA CINCINNATI OHIO ~ 72:WEISMAN PAUL THOMAS HUNDORF HARALD HERMANN BLESSING HORST KRAUSE AXEL STELZIG LUTZ DUVAL DEAN LARRY BERUDA HOLGER DZIEZOK PETER SCHMIDT MATTIAS ~ 33: CA ~ 31: ~ 32: 29/09/ /02218 ~ Complete ~ 54: PROCESS FOR PREPARING BIPHENYL IMIDAZOLE COMPOUNDS ~ 71:THERAVANCE INC 901 Gateway Boulevard South San Francisco Califonia ~ 72:ZHANG WEIJIANG FASS TIMOTHY COLSON PIERRE-JEAN ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 29/09/ /02219 ~ Complete ~ 54: BRACKET USEFUL WITH SLOPED SUSPENDED CEILING SYSTEMS ~ 71:USG INTERIORS INC 550 West Adams Street Chicago Illinois ~ 72:TEDESCO LEE M UNDERKOFLER ABRAHAM M LEHANE JAMES J JR PAULSEN MARK R ~ 33: US ~ 31: 12/ ~ 32: 22/12/ /02220 ~ Complete ~ 54: CYCLIC PEPTIDE INHIBITORS OF HEPATITIS C VIRUS REPLICATION ~ 71:INTERMUNE INC 3280 Bayshore Boulevard Brisbane California ~ 72:BUCKMAN BRAD BEIGELMAN LEONID STOYCHEVA ANTITSA DIMITROVA SEIWERT SCOTT D NICHOLAS JOHN B SEREBRYANY VLADIMIR THRAILKILL TIMOTHY ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 19/05/ /02221 ~ Complete ~ 54: METHOD,LOADED PALLET AND LOADED VEHICLE FOR MAXIMIZING SHIPPING EFFICIENCY OF ABSORBENT ARTICLES ~ 71:THE PROCTER & GAMBLE COMPANY ONE PROCTER & GAMBLE PLAZA CINCINNATI OHIO ~ 72:WEISMAN PAUL THOMAS HUNDORF HARALD HERMANN BLESSING HORST KRAUSE AXEL STELZIG LUTZ DUVAL DEAN LARRY BERUDA HOLGER DZIEZOK PETER SCHMIDT MATTIAS ~ 33: US ~ 31: 12/ ~ 32: 27/09/ /02222 ~ Complete ~ 54: ANTIPERSPIRANT/DEODORANT COMPOSITION ~ 71:COLGATE-PALMOLIVE CO 300 PARK AVENUE, NEW YORK,NEW YORK 10022, ~ 72:FAN AIXING KILPATRICK-LIVERMAN LATONYA CARLONE DARRICK MISNER H STEVEN LINN ELIZABETH HOGAN JOHN P 2012/02223 ~ Complete ~ 54: ANTIPERSPIRANT/DEODORANT COMPOSITION ~ 71:COLGATE-PALMOLIVE CO 300 PARK AVENUE, NEW YORK,NEW YORK 10022, ~ 72:LINN ELIZABETH MUIR MELISSA MISNER H STEVEN HOGAN JOHN P CARLONE DARRICK FAN AIXING KILPATRICK-LIVERMAN LATONYA 2012/02224 ~ Complete ~ 54: A GRID TIED INVERTER,SYSTEM AND METHOD ~ 71:SONY CORPORATION Konan Minato-ku Tokyo ~ 72:KNILL ALEXANDER CHARLES ~ 33: GB ~ 31: ~ 32: 29/03/

13 2012/02225 ~ Complete ~ 54: PRODUCTION OF REDUCED CATALYST PDC VIA GRADIENT DRIVEN REACTIVITY ~ 71:BAKER HUGHES INCORPORATED P O Box 4740 Houston Texas ~ 72:DIGIOVANNI ANTHONY A ~ 33: US ~ 31: 12/ ~ 32: 29/09/ /02226 ~ Complete ~ 54: WEB CONVEYANCE DEVICE ~ 71:UNICHARM CORPORATION 182 Shimobun Kinsei-cho Shikokuchuo-shi Ehime ~ 72:YAMAMOTO HIROKI ~ 33: JP ~ 31: ~ 32: 30/09/ /02227 ~ Complete ~ 54: MONOCLONAL ANTIBODIES ~ 71:THE REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA 1111 Franklin Street 8th Floor Oakland CA ~ 72:AKASSOGLOU KATERINA ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 02/10/ /02228 ~ Complete ~ 54: BENZOXEPIN PI3K INHIBITOR COMPOUNDS AND METHODS OF USE ~ 71:F HOFFMANN-LA ROCHE AG GRENZACHERSTRASSE 124 CH-4070 BASLE ~ 72:BLAQUIERE NICOLE DUDLEY DANETTE GOLDSMITH RICHARD A HEFFRON TIM NDUBAKU CHUDI PRICE STEPHEN WEI BINQING DO STEVEN FOLKES ADRIAN JOHN HEALD ROBERT KOLESNIKOV ALEKSANDR OLIVERO ALAN G STABEN STEVEN ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 28/09/ /02229 ~ Complete ~ 54: COLLAPSIBLE BACK REST ~ 71:DU PLESSIS LESLIE 10 During Street Honeydew Roodepoort ~ 72:DU PLESSIS LESLIE 2012/02230 ~ Provisional ~ 54: AN INTELLIGENT CAPACITIVE MEASUREMENT SWITCH INCLUDING A SLIDER SECTION ~ 71:BRUWER FREDERICK JOHANNES 109 Main Street Paarl 7646 ~ 72:BRUWER FREDERICK JOHANNES VAN WYK JACOBUS DANIEL DE VILLIERS GERRIT JOHANNES Aucamp BRANDT 2012/02231 ~ Complete ~ 54: HIGH STRENGTH ADJUSTABLE VERTICAL CONCRETE FORM ~ 71:TF FORMING SYSTEMS INC 3030C Holmgren Way Green Bay Wisconsin ~ 72:SPUDE GERALD T HUFF STEVEN T DANNER BRYAN L ~ 33: US ~ 31: 12/ ~ 32: 10/09/ /02232 ~ Complete ~ 54: SECURITY DEVICE AND SYSTEM ~ 71:GALLAGHER GROUP LTD Kahikatea Drive Private Bag 3026 Hamilton 3240 ~ 72:TYRRELL KAREN RUTH MALINS CRAIG DAVID SPENCER RICHMOND BALCOMBE ~ 33: NZ ~ 31: ~ 32: 02/10/ /02308 ~ Complete ~ 54: DEVICE THAT PERMITS SLIMMING BY IMPROVING BLOOD FLOW IN THE SKIN ~ 71:MANFRED SCHWAIGER-SHAH Zwettlerstr 134b Langenlois A-3550 ~ 72:MANFRED SCHWAIGER- SHAH 2012/02309 ~ Complete ~ 54: METHOD AND DEVICE FOR COMMUNUTING ORE ~ 71:PARVIZ GHARAGOZLU Carretera General San MArtin Condominio Monte Cristo Parcela Nr 6 Bucalemu Camino San Felipe ~ 72:PARVIZ GHARAGOZLU ~ 33: DE ~ 31: ~ 32: 30/09/ /02310 ~ Complete ~ 54: METHOD FOR PRODUCING PREFABRICATED COMPOUND TOWER- SEGMENT UNITS FOR A TOWER OF A WIND PLANT, AND FORMWORK UNIT FOR PRODUCING PREFABRICATED COMPOUND UNITS ~ 71:ALOYS WOBBEN Argestrasse 19 Aurich D ~ 72:OLAF STRACKE NORBERT HOLSCHER ~ 33: DE ~ 31: ~ 32: 14/10/ APPLIED ON 28/03/ /02233 ~ Provisional ~ 54: AGK PROCESS FOR THE PRODUCTION OF TITANIUM,ZIRCONIUM AND HAFNIUM ~ 71:RARE METALS INDUSTRIES PTY LTD RMI Suite 307 Phidias Centre 89 Van Riebeek Avenue Edenvale 1609 ~ 72:ANDREY GRIGORIVICH KLEVSTOV 2012/02234 ~ Provisional ~ 54: SIGNAGE ~ 71:STEVEN MARK LEVINSOHN 204 Hyde Gate 27 Ruth Road Hyde Park 2196 ~ 72:STEVEN MARK LEVINSOHN 2012/02235 ~ Provisional ~ 54: MESSAGE DISPLAYED ~ 71:STEVEN MARK LEVINSOHN 204 Hyde Gate 27 Ruth Road Hyde Park 2196 ~ 72:STEVEN MARK LEVINSOHN 2012/02237 ~ Complete ~ 54: BOARD GAME ~ 71:DAN HARVEY BERRIMAN 16 Prestwick Gardens Prestwick Crescent Greenshields Park Port Elizabeth ~ 72:DAN HARVEY BERRIMAN ~ 33: ZA ~ 31: 2011/02616 ~ 32: 08/04/ /02238 ~ Complete ~ 54: A SET OF CARDS FOR PLAYING SOCCER GAME ~ 71:NICHOLA MARGARET BAKER 24 East View Road Forest Hill Kloof 3640 Kwa Zulu Natal JAMES WILLIAM JOHN BAKER 24 East View Road Forest Hill Kloof 3640 Kwa Zulu Natal LUKE FRANK BAKER 24 East View Road Forest Hill Kloof 3640 Kwa Zulu Natal TAMZYN SKYE BAKER 24 East View Road Forest Hill Kloof 3640 Kwa Zulu Natal GRACE HELEN 13

14 BAKER 24 East View Road Forest Hill Kloof 3640 Kwa Zulu Natal ~ 72:NICHOLA MARGARET BAKER JAMES WILLIAM JOHN BAKER LUKE FRANK BAKER TAMZYN SKYE BAKER GRACE HELEN BAKER 2012/02239 ~ Provisional ~ 54: PHARMACEUTICAL COMPOSITION ~ 71:TERBLANCHE JACOBUS 4 C Riverside View Netcare Van Riebeeck Street Kuilsriver ~ 72:TERBLANCHE JACOBUS 2012/02240 ~ Complete ~ 54: PRESSED LAMINAR SHEET COMPRISING A RETICULAR ROOT MAT AND ADHESIVE,METHOD THEREOF AND WOOD-LIKE PANEL MADE USING SAID LAMINAR SHEET ~ 71:ZUNIGA BRAVO IGNACIO PATRICIO Camino Otanal Nro 1452 Las Condes Santiago GARCIA CASTELBLANCO ROBERTO Parcela 1 2 Y 3 Sector Los Copihue Duqueco Los Angeles ~ 72:ZUNIGA BRAVO IGNACIO PATRICIO GARCIA CASTELBLANCO ROBERTO ~ 33: CL ~ 31: ~ 32: 09/09/ /02241 ~ Complete ~ 54: AN IMPROVED NEEDLE TIP GUARD ~ 71:POLY MEDICURE LTD Plot No 105 Sector 59 Hsiidc Industrial Area Faridabad Haryana ~ 72:BAID RISHI ~ 33: IN ~ 31: 1965/DEL/2009 ~ 32: 22/09/ /02242 ~ Provisional ~ 54: BIOMETRY BANKING SOLUTION FOR SOCIAL GRANTS ~ 71:MOATLHODI JUSTICE DILOTSOTLHE 109 Bushpig Avenue Hestea Park 0118 ~ 72:MOATLHODI JUSTICE DILOTSOTLHE 2012/02243 ~ Complete ~ 54: LOCKING COVER FOR A VESSEL HAVING A NECK,INCLUDING A CAP HAVING ATTACHMENT TABS ~ 71:A RAYMOND ET CIE 115 Cours Berriat F Grenoble ~ 72:BELLE GUILLAUME ~ 33: FR ~ 31: 09/56836 ~ 32: 01/10/ /02244 ~ Provisional ~ 54: THREE STROKE ENGINE ~ 71:STONE FREDERICK JOHN 251 Dunstad Road Queenswood 0186 ~ 72:STONE FREDERICK JOHN 2012/02245 ~ Complete ~ 54: REGULATORY NUCLEIC ACID MOLECULES FOR ENHANCING SEED- SPECIFIC AND/OR SEED-PREFERENTIAL GENE EXPRESSION IN PLANTS ~ 71:BASF PLANT SCIENCE COMPANY GMBH LUDWIGSHAFEN ~ 72:KUHN JOSEF MARTIN LOYALL LINDA PATRICIA SIEBERT MALTE DUWENIG ELKE ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 31/08/ /02246 ~ Complete ~ 54: REGULATORY NUCLEIC ACID MOLECULES FOR ENHANCING CONSTITUTIVE GENE EXPRESSION IN PLANTS ~ 71:BASF PLANT SCIENCE COMPANY GMBH LUDWIGSHAFEN ~ 72:KUHN JOSEF MARTIN LOYALL LINDA PATRICIA SIEBERT MALTE DUWENIG ELKE ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 31/08/ /02247 ~ Complete ~ 54: APPARATUS AND METHOD FOR INITIALIZATION OF REFERENCE SIGNAL SCRAMBLING ~ 71:NOKIA CORPORATION Keilalahdentie 4 FIN Espoo ~ 72:CHMIEL MIESZKO CHEN PENG KOIVISTO TOMMI CHE XIANG GUANG ROMAN TIMO ~ 33: US ~ 31: 12/ ~ 32: 01/03/ /02248 ~ Complete ~ 54: REGULATORY NUCLEIC ACID MOLECULES FOR ENHANCING SEED- SPECIFIC GENE EXPRESSION IN PLANTS PROMOTING ENHANCED POLYUNSATURATED FATTY ACID SYNTHESIS ~ 71:BASF PLANT SCIENCE COMPANY GMBH LUDWIGSHAFEN ~ 72:SENGER TORALF BAUER JORG KUHN JOSEF MARTIN ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 31/08/ /02249 ~ Complete ~ 54: ORGANOPHOSPHOROS COMPOUNDS BASED ON TETRAPHENOL (TP)- SUBSTITUTED STRUCTURES ~ 71:EVONIK OXENO GMBH Paul-Baumann-Strasse 1 D Marl ~ 72:CHRISTIANSEN ANDREA FRANKE ROBERT FRIDAG DIRK HESS DIETER KREIDLER BURKARD VOGT DIETER BINI LAURA JANSEN MICHELE HAMERS BART ~ 33: DE ~ 31: ~ 32: 31/08/ /02250 ~ Complete ~ 54: AN INITIATOR FOR AEROSOL FIRE SUPPRESSION APPARATUS ~ 71:SHAANXI J & R FIRE FIGHTING CO LTD 7th Floor Quingyang International Building 65# Keji 2nd Road Gaoxin District Xi'an Shaanxi ~ 72:GUO HONGBAO DENG ZHENPING ZHANG WEIPENG ~ 33: CN ~ 31: ~ 32: 20/11/ /02251 ~ Complete ~ 54: DEVICE FOR MODIFYING AN AC VOLTAGE,AC VOLTAGE HAVING A SUPERIMPOSD DATA SIGNAL,METHOD FOR DATA TRANSMISSION,USE OF A RECEIVER AND COMMUNICATION ARCHITECTURE ~ 71:AIZO GROUP AG Brandstrasse Schlieren ~ 72:KEMMLER WOLFGANG TRAMM MATTHIAS BROCKMANN ECKHAD TROLLHAGEN DANIEL BECK WILFRIED ~ 33: EP ~ 31: ~ 32: 09/04/ /02252 ~ Complete ~ 54: AN AEROSOL FIRE SUPPRESSION APPARATUS WITH HIGH TEMPERATURE ABLATION RESISTANT INSULATING LAYER AND PREPARATION METHOD THEREOF ~ 71:SHAANXI J & R FIRE FIGHTING CO LTD 7th Floor Quingyang International Building 65# Keji 2nd Road Gaoxin District Xi'an Shaanxi ~ 72:GUO HONGBAO ZHANG SANXUE MA CHENGGONG ZHANG WEIPENG ~ 33: CN ~ 31: X ~ 32: 20/11/

15 2012/02253 ~ Complete ~ 54: A CATALYTIC CHEMICAL COOLANT FOR THERMAL AEROSOL AND A PREPARATION METHOD THEREOF ~ 71:SHAANXI J & R FIRE FIGHTING CO LTD 7th Floor Quingyang International Building 65# Keji 2nd Road Gaoxin District Xi'an Shaanxi ~ 72:GUO HONGBAO SONG RUIGUANG ~ 33: CN ~ 31: ~ 32: 19/01/ /02254 ~ Complete ~ 54: A NOVEL AGAINST-RESISTANT AEROSOL GENERATING AGENT AND A PREPARATION METHOD THEREOF ~ 71:SHAANXI J & R FIRE FIGHTING CO LTD 7th Floor Quingyang International Building 65# Keji 2nd Road Gaoxin District Xi'an Shaanxi ~ 72:GUO HONGBAO ZHENG GAOFENG ZHANG WEIPENG ~ 33: CN ~ 31: ~ 32: 19/01/ /02255 ~ Complete ~ 54: METHOD FOR THE DATA TRANSMISSION FROM AN EMITTER TO A RECEIVER IN AN AC VOLTAGE NETWORK AND DATA TRANSMISSION DEVICE FOR AC VOLTAGE NETWORKS ~ 71:AIZO GROUP AG Brandstrasse Schlieren ~ 72:BROCKMANN ECKHAD BECK WILFRIED KEMMLER WOLFGANG DECKERS VOLKER ~ 33: EP ~ 31: ~ 32: 09/04/ /02256 ~ Complete ~ 54: METHODS AND COMPOSITIONS FOR TREATING CANCER ~ 71:ARIAD PHARMACEUTICALS INC 26 Landsdowne Street Cambridge MA ~ 72:HUANG WEISHENG RIVERA VICTOR M CLARKSON TIMOTHY P SHAKESPEARE WILLIAM C SQUILLACE RACHEL M GOZGIT JOSEPH M ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 13/11/ /02257 ~ Complete ~ 54: METHOD FOR PRODUCING DABIGATRAN ETEXILATE ~ 71:BOEHRINGER INGELHEIM INTERNATIONAL GMBH Binger Strasse Ingelheim am Rhein ~ 72:GNAD FRIEDER DACH ROLF HEDDESHEIMER INGO HEITGER HELMUT MEINECK SIEGFRIED MUELLER-BOETTICHER HERMANN SCHMITT STEFAN ~ 33: EP ~ 31: ~ 32: 18/11/ /02258 ~ Complete ~ 54: COMBINATION ~ 71:GLAXOSMITHKLINE LLC One Franklin Plaza 200 North 16th Street Philadelphia Pennsylvania ~ 72:AUGER KURT R BACHMAN KURTIS EARL GILMER TONA MORGAN GREGER JAMES G JR GRESHOCK JOEL DAVID LAQUERRE SYLVIE LIU LI MORRIS SHANNON RENAE ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 23/09/ /02259 ~ Complete ~ 54: PIPE LINING METHOD AND PRODUCT ~ 71:ROBOR (PROPRIETARY) LIMITED 8 Barbara Road Elandsfonteing 1601 Gauteng ~ 72:BACON STUART MICHAEL O'DE FREITAS FRANK 2012/02260 ~ Complete ~ 54: IMPROVEMENTS TO LAUNDRY COMPOSITIONS ~ 71:UNILEVER PLC Unilever House 100 Victoria Embankment London Greater London EC4P ODY ~ 72:JONES CHRISTOPHER CLARKSON KILHAMS VANESSA LV RUI WANG JINFANG ~ 33: CN ~ 31: PCT/CN2009/ ~ 32: 20/10/ /02261 ~ Complete ~ 54: LAUNDRY COMPOSITIONS ~ 71:UNILEVER PLC Unilever House 100 Victoria Embankment London Greater London EC4P ODY ~ 72:JONES CHRISTOPHER CLARKSON KILHAMS VANESSA WANG JINFANG ~ 33: CN ~ 31: PCT/CN2009/ ~ 32: 20/10/ /02262 ~ Complete ~ 54: DYE POLYMERS ~ 71:UNILEVER PLC Unilever House 100 Victoria Embankment London Greater London EC4P ODY ~ 72:BATCHELOR STEPHEN NORMAN BIRD JAYNE MICHELLE MENG SHENG TAO QINGSHENG WANG JINFANG ~ 33: CN ~ 31: PCT/CN2009/ ~ 32: 13/10/ /02263 ~ Complete ~ 54: PHARMACEUTICAL COMPOSITION COMPRISING OMEGA-3 FATTY ACID AND HYDROXY-DERIVATIVE OF A STATIN AND METHODS OF USING SAME ~ 71:AMARIN CORPORATION PLC First Floor Block 3 The Oval Shelbourne Road Ballsbridge 4 Dublin ~ 72:ROWE JONATHAN ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 23/09/ /02264 ~ Complete ~ 54: POWER GENERATION USING BUOYANCY-INDUCED VORTICES ~ 71:GEORGIA TECH RESEARCH CORPORATION 505 Tenth Street N.W Atlanta Georgia ~ 72:GLEZER ARI SIMPSON MARK ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 31/08/ /02265 ~ Complete ~ 54: ASSEMBLED COMPONENT AND METHOD FOR PRODUCING AN ASSEMBLED COMPONENT ~ 71:PROTEKTORWERK FLORENZ MAISCH GMBH & CO KG Viktoriastrasse Gaggenau ~ 72:STUDNIORZ THILO ~ 33: DE ~ 31: ~ 32: 30/09/ /02266 ~ Complete ~ 54: INSECTICIDAL PROTEINS ~ 71:SYNGENTA PARTICIPATIONS AG Schwarzwaldallee 215 CH-4058 Basel ~ 72:GAO YANG CHEN JENG SHONG CONVILLE JARED ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 02/10/ /02267 ~ Complete ~ 54: RUBBER MIXTURES ~ 71:EVONIK DEGUSSA GMBH Rellinghauser Strasse Essen ~ 72:BLUME ANKE KELLERHOF DORTE KLOCKMANN OLIVER ~ 33: EP ~ 31: ~ 32: 01/04/

16 2012/02268 ~ Complete ~ 54: DUAL VARIABLE DOMAIN IMMUNOGLOBULINS AND USES THEREOF ~ 71:ABBOTT LAB 100 Abbott Park Road Abbott Park Illinois ~ 72:GHAYUR TARIQ MANOJ SHARMILA LIU JUNJIAN BROPHY SUSAN E ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 15/10/ /02269 ~ Complete ~ 54: POSITION LIGHT,HEADLIGHT STRUCTURE,AND COWL STRUCTURE FOR SADDLE-RIDE TYPE VEHICLE ~ 71:HONDA MOTOR CO LTD 1-1 Minamiaoyama 2-Chome Minato-Ku Tokyo ~ 72:ANDO MASAHARU BOONSUK EKKAWIT ~ 33: JP ~ 31: ~ 32: 04/04/ /02270 ~ Complete ~ 54: SUPPORT AND CONTAINMENT STRUCTURE FOR PERSONS ~ 71:GALANTE MARCO Via Del Castello Cividale Del Friuli ~ 72:GALANTE MARCO ~ 33: IT ~ 31: UD2009A ~ 32: 31/08/ /02271 ~ Complete ~ 54: TRACTION TIRE TREAD FOR OFF-ROAD VEHICLE ~ 71:THE GOODYEAR TIRE & RUBBER COMPANY 1144 EAST MARKET STREET AKRON DEPARTMENT 823 OHIO ~ 72:ROONEY TIMOTHY MICHAEL ~ 33: US ~ 31: 13/ ~ 32: 29/03/ /02272 ~ Complete ~ 54: LOCK CYCLINDER ~ 71:ABUS AUGUST BREMICKER SOHNE KG Altenhofer Weg 25 D Wetter-Volmarstein ~ 72:BUHL JOACHIM ~ 33: DE ~ 31: ~ 32: 29/03/ /02273 ~ Complete ~ 54: METHOD FOR IMPARTING ANTIBIOTIC ACTIVITY TO THE SURFACE OF A SOLID SUBSTRATE ~ 71:LONZA INC 90 Boroline Road Allendale NJ ~ 72:HALL LARRY KENT KOEHL DAVID JOSEPH KIMLER JOSEPH SWEENY PHILIP GERDON ~ 33: US ~ 31: 12/ ~ 32: 29/09/ /02274 ~ Complete ~ 54: GAS PURIFICATION CONFIGURATIONS AND METHOD ~ 71:FLUOR TECHNOLOGIES CORP 3 Polaris Way Aliso Viejo California ~ 72:MAK JOHN NIELSEN RICHARD B ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 29/09/ /02312 ~ Complete ~ 54: A MODIFIED METHOD OF AGGLUTINATION TO DETECT INFECTIONS CAUSED BY MICROORGANISMS ~ 71:DEPARTMENT OF BIOTECHNOLOGY Blok 2 CGO Complex 7th Floor Lodhi Road New Delhi ~ 72:ANGAD DEV GURU MOHAN SEXANA HARI ~ 33: IN ~ 31: 1345/DEL/09 ~ 32: 30/09/ /02361 ~ Provisional ~ 54: INTEGRATED DESK-AND-CHAIR UNIT ~ 71:MORLEY JOHN No 10 Apsley COurt 443 Musgrave Road Berea Durban 4001 ~ 72:MORLEY JOHN 2012/02362 ~ Complete ~ 54: CRYSTALLIZATION APPARATUS ~ 71:HAIFA CHEMICAL LIMITED Haifa BAy Refineries P O Box Haifa Bay ~ 72:DR YOSEF MIZRAHI ~ 33: GB ~ 31: ~ 32: 31/03/ /02389 ~ Provisional ~ 54: EXAMINATION RESULTS NOTIFICATION VIA SMS & MMS ~ 71:NOJUA TRADING ENTERPRISE 8444 Oak Crescent Orlando Gardens Soweto ~ 72:THOBEKA MUSHWESHWE - APPLIED ON 29/03/ /02281 ~ Provisional ~ 54: ROAD INTELLIGENCE SYSTEM ~ 71:LEONARD MASENDA 32 Hillcrest Barbet Street Cariswald Midrand ~ 72:LEONARD MASENDA 2012/02283 ~ Provisional ~ 54: SPLIT CYCLE COMBUSTION CHAMBER ~ 71:MALCOLM GAVIN PORTEOUS 32 Antigo Falls Lingerette Avenue Sunninghill Gardens Sunninghill ~ 72:MALCOLM GAVIN PORTEOUS 2012/02284 ~ Provisional ~ 54: SOLAR GEYSER ~ 71:PRIOR MERVYN ALFRED 10 N2 Highway The Crags Western Cape ~ 72:PRIOR MERVYN ALFRED 2012/02285 ~ Complete ~ 54: FUNCTIONALIZED POLYMERS AND METHODS FOR THEIR MANUFACTURE ~ 71:BRIDGESTONE CORPORATION 10-1 Kyobashi 1-Chome Chuo-ku TOKYO ~ 72:LUO STEVEN ~ 33: US ~ 31: 12/ ~ 32: 30/09/ /02286 ~ Provisional ~ 54: A MESH SUPPORT MARKER ~ 71:INNOVATIVE MINING PRODUCTS (PTY) LTD 109 Adcock Ingram Avenue Aeroton Johannesburg ~ 72:CAWOOD MARTIN PASTORINO PAOLO ETTORE SHEPPAES JAMES WILLIAM 2012/02287 ~ Provisional ~ 54: A SUPPORT PANEL CLIP AND MEANS FOR INSTALLING SAME ~ 71:INNOVATIVE MINING PRODUCTS (PTY) LTD 109 Adcock Ingram Avenue Aeroton Johannesburg ~ 72:CAWOOD MARTIN PASTORINO PAOLO ETTORE SHEPPARD JAMES WILLIAM VAN DER MERWE PHILIPPUS 2012/02288 ~ Complete ~ 54: HYDROXYTYROSOL COMPOUNDS ~ 71:UNIVERSITY OF CAPE TOWN LOVERS WALK RONDEBOSCH CAPE TOWN 7700 ~ 72:BURTON STEPHANIE GAIL DAVIDS LESTER MERLIN ~ 33: ZA ~ 31: 2009/06592 ~ 32: 22/09/

17 2012/02289 ~ Provisional ~ 54: A TOOL FOR DEFORMATION OF A MALLEABLE MEMBER ~ 71:INNOVATIVE MINING PRODUCTS (PTY) LTD 109 Adcock Ingram Avenue Aeroton Johannesburg ~ 72:CAWOOD MARTIN PASTORINO PAOLO ETTORE SHEPPARD JAMES WILLIAM 2012/02290 ~ Complete ~ 54: A PROCESS FOR TREATING AN EFFLUENT ~ 71:EARTH METALLURGICAL SOLUTIONS (PTY) LIMITED 1 Brakpan Road Unit 72 Van Dyk Secure Business Park Boksburg Industrial East 1459 ~ 72:HOWARD DARRYL GROBLER CHRISTO ~ 33: ZA ~ 31: 2009/04731 ~ 32: 06/09/ /02291 ~ Complete ~ 54: CHIMERIC ANTIBODIES SPECIFIC FOR CD151 AND USE THEREOF IN THE TREATMENT OF CANCER ~ 71:PIERRE FABRE MEDICAMENT 45 Place Abel Gance Boulogne ~ 72:HAEUW JEAN-FRANCOIS ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 02/12/ /02292 ~ Provisional ~ 54: METHOD OF PROVIDING ACCESS TO AN ELECTRONIC TELEPHONE DIRECTORY ~ 71:VAN OS CORNELIUS Plot Phakalane Gaborone ESTERHUIZEN JACO Plot Phakalane Gaborone ~ 72:VAN OS CORNELIUS ESTERHUIZEN JACO 2012/02293 ~ Complete ~ 54: HERBICIDE-TOLERANT PLANTS ~ 71:BASF AGROCHEMICAL PRODUCTS B.V Groningensingel Ea Arnhem ~ 72:SCHOFL ULRICH MANKIN SCOTS L HONG HAIPING WENCK ALLAN RICHARD NEUTEBOOM LEON WHITT SHERRY R CARLSON DALE R ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 16/07/ /02294 ~ Provisional ~ 54: ELECTRIFIABLE FENCE POST AND RAIL ~ 71:KLIPS N THINGS CC P 10 (OF 1) GROOT VALLEI 941 P548 MIDMAR DAM HOWICK 3290 ~ 72:TOUCHER KEVIN RICHARD 2012/02295 ~ Complete ~ 54: SPRAYABLE HYDRAULIC BINDER COMPOSITION AND METHOD OF USE ~ 71:CONSTRUCTION RESEARCH & TECHNOLOGY GMBH Dr.-Albert-Frank-Strasse 32 D Trostberg ~ 72:NICOLEAU LUC ALFONSO MONTSERRAT KOLOMIETS ELENA ~ 33: EP ~ 31: ~ 32: 02/09/ /02296 ~ Complete ~ 54: METHOD FOR ASSISTING IN THE OPERATION OF A NUCLEAR REACTOR ~ 71:AREVA NP Tour Areva 1 Place Jean Millier, F Courbevoie ~ 72:L'ABBATE ANNALISA LEFEBVRE DE RIEUX ANASTASIE MOURLEVAT JEAN-LUCIEN ~ 33: FR ~ 31: ~ 32: 22/09/ /02297 ~ Complete ~ 54: POURING NOZZLE AND ASSEMBLY OF SUCH A POURING NOZZLE WITH AN INNER NOZZLE ~ 71:VESUVIUS GROUP S.A. 17 Rue De Douvrain B-7011 GHLIN ~ 72:SIBIET FABRICE ~ 33: EP ~ 31: ~ 32: 21/10/ /02298 ~ Complete ~ 54: PROCESS FOR THE DISPOSAL OF WASTES, PARTICULARLY OF SLUDGES DERIVING FROM WASTE WATER DEPURATION ~ 71:NEWLISI S.P.A Via San Primo 4 I Milano ~ 72:MONTEMURRO MICHELE ~ 33: IT ~ 31: RM2009A ~ 32: 28/09/ /02299 ~ Complete ~ 54: METHOD FOR DECREASING IMMUNIGENICITY ~ 71:ESBATECH, AN ALCON BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH UNIT LLC Wagistrasse 21 CH-8952 Schlieren ~ 72:BORRAS LEONARDO GUNDE TEA URECH DAVID ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 23/12/ /02300 ~ Complete ~ 54: PREPARATION OF SOLAR MODULES ~ 71:BAYER MATERIALSCIENCE AG Leverkusen ~ 72:EHBING HUBERT STOLLWERCK GUNTHER ~ 33: DE ~ 31: ~ 32: 01/10/ /02301 ~ Complete ~ 54: MODULE AND ASSEMBLY FOR MANAGING THE FLOW OF WATER ~ 71:STORMTRAP LLC 2945 West Bungalow Road Morris IL ~ 72:MAY JUSTIN IVAN BURKHART PHILIP J HERATY TOM ~ 33: US ~ 31: 12/ ~ 32: 03/09/ /02302 ~ Complete ~ 54: METHOD OF PREPARING A REACTION MIXTURE AND RELATED PRODUCTS ~ 71:FINNZYMES OY Ratastie 2 FI Vantaa ~ 72:KURKELA JAAKKO UUSIVIRTA SANNA EKLIN KATJA ~ 33: FI ~ 31: ~ 32: 02/10/ /02303 ~ Complete ~ 54: PROFILE ELEMENT AND METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING A PROFILE ELEMENT ~ 71:PROTEKTORWERK FLORENZ MAISCH GMBH & CO KG Viktoriastrasse Gaggenau ~ 72:MAISCH CHRISTOF ~ 33: DE ~ 31: ~ 32: 01/10/ /02304 ~ Complete ~ 54: DISPOSABLE DIAPER ~ 71:UNICHARM CORPORATION 182 Shimobun Kinseicho Shikokuchuo-shi Ehime ~ 72:SAKAGUCHI SATORU MATSUSHIMA HIDEKI OKU TOMOMI ~ 33: JP ~ 31: ~ 32: 01/10/ /02305 ~ Complete ~ 54: THIN-WALLED, COLD-FORMED LIGHTWEIGHT STRUCTURAL PROFILE ELEMENT AND METHOD FOR PRODUCING SUCH A PROFILE ELEMENT ~ 71:PROTEKTORWERK FLORENZ MAISCH GMBH & CO KG Viktoriastrasse Gaggenau ~ 72:MAISCH CHRISTOF ~ 33: DE ~ 31: ~ 32: 07/07/

18 2012/02306 ~ Complete ~ 54: PROTECTOR FOR CONTAINERS ~ 71:GONZALEZ SANCHEZ JOSE FRANCISCO Salvador Espriu 33 1-B Caldes de Montbui E Barcelona CANA MARTINEZ FRANCISCO JAVIER Figueras 115 Caldes de Montbui E Barcelona ~ 72:GONZALEZ SANCHEZ JOSE FRANCISCO CANA MARTINEZ FRANCISCO JAVIER ~ 33: ES ~ 31: U ~ 32: 30/09/ /02307 ~ Complete ~ 54: SALTS, SOLVENTS, AND PHARMACEUTICAL COMPOSITIONS OF MACROCYCLIC GHRELIN RECEPTOR AGONISTS AND METHODS OF USING THE SAME ~ 71:TRANZYME PHARMA INC 4819 Emperor Boulevard Suite 400 Durham NC ~ 72:HOVEYDA HAMID R FOURNIER ERIC BHERER PATRICK VEZINA MARTIN ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 30/09/ APPLIED ON 30/03/ /02311 ~ Provisional ~ 54: REACTIVE HEAT PUMP ~ 71:PROCEDE GAS TREATING B.V Vilierstraat 111 GG Enschede 7544 ~ 72:NICK ANTONIUS MARIA TEN ASBROEK P. IJBEN GEERT FREDERICK VERSTEEG 2012/02313 ~ Complete ~ 54: CABLE GLAND FOR A SHIELDED CABLE ~ 71:HUMMEL AG Lisa-Meitner- Strasse Denzlingen ~ 72:MARIO BARTHOLOMA VOLKER GOTZ FRITZ ZUGEL ACHIM HOCH ~ 33: DE ~ 31: ~ 32: 07/10/ /02314 ~ Complete ~ 54: SECURITY LOCATING DEVICE FOR INTRAVITAL LUMEN ~ 71:CHONGQING JINSHAN SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY (GROUP) CO LTD No 18 Nichang Avenue Lianglu Industrial City Yubei District Jinshan International Industrial City Chongqing ~ 72:LI XIANGDONG YUAN JIAN TONG WANLI CHEN LIN LI ZHIJUN ~ 33: CN ~ 31: ~ 32: 02/11/ /02315 ~ Complete ~ 54: PRESTRESSING DEIVCE ~ 71:ENGELBRECHT JACOBUS MARTHINUS 230 Voortrekker Street Monument Krugersdorp VAN ZYL PIETER c/o 230 voortrekker Avenue Monument Krugersdorp ~ 72:VAN ZYL PIETER ENGELBRECHT JACOBUS MARTHINUS ~ 33: ZA ~ 31: 2011/02463 ~ 32: 31/03/ /02316 ~ Complete ~ 54: ROCK BOLT WASHER ~ 71:AVENG (AFRICA) LIMITED Steeledale House 670 Power Street Germiston ~ 72:RADEMEYER JACO ~ 33: ZA ~ 31: 2011/02462 ~ 32: 30/03/ /02317 ~ Complete ~ 54: IMAGING-BASED INTERFACE SENSOR AND CONTROL DEVICE FOR MINING MACHINES ~ 71:JOY MM DELAWARE INC 2751 Centerville Road Suite 342 Wilmington DE ~ 72:HERDLE DAVID KEVIN ~ 33: US ~ 31: 13/078,660 ~ 32: 01/04/ /02318 ~ Complete ~ 54: IMAGING-BASED PROXIMITY DETECTION SYSTEMS FOR MINING MACHINES ~ 71:JOY MM DELAWARE INC 2751 Centerville Road Suite 342 Wilmington DE ~ 72:HERDLE DAVID KEVIN ~ 33: US ~ 31: 13/078,650 ~ 32: 01/04/ /02319 ~ Provisional ~ 54: SCANNING ELECTRONIC DICTIONARY ~ 71:SOMELOZO MATUTU PO Box 42 Riethuil 1097 ~ 72:SOMELOZO MATUTU 2012/02320 ~ Provisional ~ 54: PET FOOD DISPENSER ~ 71:STEVEN MARSTON 29 Parkhurst Kamma Park Verdum Road Port Elizabeth 6070 ~ 72:STEVEN MARSTON 2012/02321 ~ Complete ~ 54: EAR TAG ~ 71:SIMPSON CLINTON 4621 Wangaratta-Whitfield Road Whitfield Victoria 3733 TEAGUE KEVIN 160 Hickey Road Katandra West Victoria 3634 ~ 72:SIMPSON CLINTON TEAGUE KEVIN ~ 33: AU ~ 31: ~ 32: 11/09/ /02322 ~ Complete ~ 54: MOBILE PAYMENT STATION SYSTEM AND METHOD ~ 71:FABER FINANCIAL LLC 1315 Blue Heron Avenue Encinitas CA ~ 72:AFANA MARWAN MONIR ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/279,322 ~ 32: 19/10/ /02323 ~ Provisional ~ 54: CELL STACK HEAT SINK PANEL WITH INTEGRAL HEAT DISSIPATING FIN ~ 71:OPTIMAL ENERGY (PYT) LTD 3rd Floor The Palms 145 Sir Lowry Road Cape Town 8001 ~ 72:FULS WILHELM FRANZ 2012/02324 ~ Provisional ~ 54: MOBILE TRANSACTIONS ~ 71:KOK CHRISTIAAN RABIE No. 761 Keet Street Mayville Pretoria 0084 ~ 72:KOK CHRISTIAAN RABIE KRYNAUW JACQUES ANTHONIE SCHULTZ CHRISTIAAN JACOBUS 2012/02325 ~ Complete ~ 54: WIND GENERATOR OF VERTICAL AXLE WITH INHIBITION OVERSPEED FLAPS ~ 71:NOURIS MYRON 52A Parodos Filellinon Street GR Panorama Thessaloniki ~ 72:NOURIS MYRON ~ 33: GR ~ 31: ~ 32: 08/01/ /02326 ~ Complete ~ 54: OLIGOMERISATION OF OLEFINC COMPOUNDS WITH REDUCED POLYMER FORMATION ~ 71:SASOL TECHNOLOGY (PROPRIETARY) LIMITED 1 Sturdee Avenue Rosebank 18

19 Johannesburg 2196 ~ 72:HANTON MARTIN JOHN SMITH DAVID MATTHEW GABRIELLI WILLILAM FULLARD KELLY MARK WILLIAM ~ 33: ZA ~ 31: 2009/07285 ~ 32: 19/10/ /02327 ~ Provisional ~ 54: THE PRODUCTION OF HYDROCARBONS ~ 71:FFGF LIMITED Sea Meadow House Road Town Tortola ~ 72:WOLFWITZ STEVEN ALAN 2012/02328 ~ Complete ~ 54: NEW MAYTANSINOIDS AND THE USE OF SAID MAYTANSINOIDS TO PREPARE CONJUGATES WITH AN ANTIBODIES ~ 71:SANOFI 54 rue La Boétie Paris ~ 72:BOUCHARD HERVE COMMERCON ALAIN FROMOND CLAUDIA MIKOL VINCENT PARKER FABIENNE SASSOON INGRID TAVARES DANIEL ~ 33: EP ~ 31: ~ 32: 02/10/ /02329 ~ Complete ~ 54: ANTIBODIES THAT SPECIFICALLY BIND TO THE EPHA2 RECEPTOR ~ 71:SANOFI 54 rue La Boétie Paris ~ 72:BOUCHARD HERVE COMMERCON ALAIN FROMOND CLAUDIA MIKOL VINCENT PARKER FABIENNE SASSOON INGRID TAVARES DANIEL ~ 33: EP ~ 31: ~ 32: 02/10/ /02330 ~ Complete ~ 54: WOVEN PREFORM, COMPOSITE, AND METHOD OF MAKING THEREOF ~ 71:ALBANY ENGINEERED COMPOSITES INC 112 Airport Drive Rochester New Hampshire ~ 72:GEORING JONATHAN ROWLES CRAIG ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/247,808 ~ 32: 01/10/ /02331 ~ Complete ~ 54: WOVEN PREFORM, COMPOSITE, AND METHOD OF MAKING THEREOF ~ 71:ALBANY ENGINEERED COMPOSITES INC 112 Airport Drive Rochester New Hampshire ~ 72:GEORING JONATHAN ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/247,777 ~ 32: 01/10/ /02332 ~ Provisional ~ 54: METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR MAKING PAYMENTS USING SCANNED BAR CODES ~ 71:FIREID (PROPRIETARY) LIMITED 2nd Floor Block C Electron Road Octo Place Technopark Stellenbosch ~ 72:KRITZINGER CARL HENRI MARAIS MARIUS GREEFF GERRIT JOHANNES JOUBERT FRANCOIS MALAN 2012/02333 ~ Provisional ~ 54: UNIFIED IDENTITY MANAGEMENT FOR MOBILE WEB PAYMENTS ~ 71:FIREID (PROPRIETARY) LIMITED Octo Place Block C Electron Avenue Techno park Stellenbosch 7600 Western Cape ~ 72:MARAIS MARIUS KRITZINGER CARL HENRI GREEFF GERRIT JOHANNES JOUBERT FRANCOIS MALAN 2012/02334 ~ Complete ~ 54: SYSTEMS AND METHODS FOR GAS TREATMENT ~ 71:BLUE-ZONE TECHNOLOGY LTD Citation Drive Concord L4K 3C1 Ontario ~ 72:FILIPOVIC DUSANKA WHITYBY LAURENCE MILIN BILJNA CASHIN FREDERICK ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/239,051 ~ 32: 01/09/ /02335 ~ Complete ~ 54: CANCER STARVATION THERAPY ~ 71:PEDRO ANASTACO SERRANO OJEDA PEDRO 221 Plaza Suit Ponce De Leon Ave San Juan ~ 72:PEDRO ANASTACO SERRANO OJEDA PEDRO ~ 33: US ~ 31: 12/552,116 ~ 32: 01/09/ /02336 ~ Complete ~ 54: FATTY ACID NIACIN CONJUGATES AND THEIR USES ~ 71:CATABASIS PHARMACEUTICALS INC 161 First Street suit 1A Cambridge Massachusetts ~ 72:MILNE JILL C JIROUSEK MICHAEL R BEMIS JEAN E VU CHI B ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/310,952 ~ 32: 05/03/ /02337 ~ Complete ~ 54: A SUPPORT FRAME FOR A TRAILER ~ 71:TUBE TRAILER CC 2 Lappan Street Tennantville Stellenbosch 7600 ~ 72:PRINS FLOORS DAWID ~ 33: ZA ~ 31: 2009/07586 ~ 32: 28/10/ /02338 ~ Provisional ~ 54: MIXING ELEMENT, ARRANGEMENT AND INSTALLATION AND A SEAL ARRANGEMENT FOR USE THEREIN ~ 71:KNITE SUSANNA MAGDALENA 711 Sutherland Road Munster Glenmore Beach Kwazulu Natal ~ 72:KNIGHT DOUGLAS JOHN 2012/02339 ~ Provisional ~ 54: THE WIRING OF ELECTRICAL SOCKET UNITS ~ 71:LESCO MANUFACTURING (PRORPIETARY) LIMITED Production Park 83 Heidelberg Road City Deep 2197 Johannesburg Gauteng Province ~ 72:SHAPIRO DAVID SELWYN 2012/02340 ~ Complete ~ 54: CASSETTE WITH INFUSION SET CONTAINING SPRING-BIASED ANTI- FREEFLOW MECHANISM FOR PERISTALTIC INFUSION PUMP ~ 71:NESTEC S A Avenue Nestle 55 CH-1800 Vevey ~ 72:HARIHARESAN SARALAATHAN WEST DAVID WOODRUFF HIGGINS JAMES ALLEN ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/238,386 ~ 32: 31/08/ /02341 ~ Complete ~ 54: IN-BOREHOLE GAS MONITOR APPARATUS AND METHOD COMPRISING A VOC CONCENTRATION ANALYSER AND A VOC COLLECTOR ~ 71:INTELISYS LIMITED c/o Fab Services Enterprise House Manchester Science PArk Llyod Street North Manchester M15 6SE ~ 72:BOULT STEVE ~ 33: GB ~ 31: ~ 32: 01/09/ /02342 ~ Complete ~ 54: DATA CARRIER HAVING A WINDOW ~ 71:GIESECKE & DEVRIENT GMBH Prinzregentenstrasse Munchen ~ 72:GREGAREK ANDRE DICTHL MARIUS LOCHBIHLER HANS 19

20 RAHM MICHAEL HEIM MANFRED HOFFMULLER WINFRIED ~ 33: DE ~ 31: ,1 ~ 32: 02/10/ /02343 ~ Complete ~ 54: PROCESS FOR THE PREPARATION OF LENALIDOMIDE ~ 71:RANBAXY LABORATORIES LIMITED Head Office 12th Floor Devika Tower 06 Nehru Place New Delhi ~ 72:KAPOOR MINISH MURUGESEAN BALAGURU THAPER RAJESH KUMAR JUMAR SARIDI MADHAVA DILEEP SATHYANARAYANA SWARGAM PRASAD MOHAN ~ 33: IN ~ 31: 1823/DEL/2009 ~ 32: 03/09/ /02344 ~ Complete ~ 54: SPIRAL CONVEYOR SYSTEM AND METHOD ~ 71:LAITRAM LLC Legal Department 220 Laitram Lane Harahan LA ~ 72:JOHNSON MATTHEW J ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/239,290 ~ 32: 04/09/ /02345 ~ Complete ~ 54: CONCENTRATING SOLAR MIRROR PANEL ASSEMBLY WITH CORRUGATED STIFFENER ~ 71:3M INNOVATION PROPERTIES COMPANY 3M Center Post Office Saint Paul Minnesota ~ 72:MOLNAR ATTILA COSGROVE DYLAN T HART DUANE M SIMONS SCOTT E ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/239,265 ~ 32: 02/09/ /02346 ~ Complete ~ 54: THERAPEUTIC AGENT FOR MOOD DISORDERS ~ 71:KYOWA HAKKO KIRIN CO LTD Ohtemachi Chiyoda-Ku Tokyo ~ 72:YAMADA KOJI ~ 33: JP ~ 31: ~ 32: 02/09/ /02347 ~ Complete ~ 54: THERAPEUTIC AGENT FOR ANXIETY DISORDERS ~ 71:KYOWA HAKKO KIRIN CO LTD Ohtemachi Chiyoda-Ku Tokyo ~ 72:KASE JUNYA KANDA TOMOYUKI ~ 33: JP ~ 31: ~ 32: 02/09/ /02348 ~ Complete ~ 54: WASHER ASSEMBLY AND ARCUATE THREADED FASTENER ~ 71:RBPSP PTY LTD 7/16 Huntingdale Drive Thornton New South Wales 2322 ~ 72:BURKE JOHN THOMAS WALSH ALLAN ~ 33: AU ~ 31: ~ 32: 25/11/ /02349 ~ Provisional ~ 54: A METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR USSD EMULATION ~ 71:BALEFYRE (PTY) LTD Willobrook House Constantia Office Park Weltevredenpark Johannesburg Gauteng ~ 72:MICIC VALENTIN 2012/02350 ~ Complete ~ 54: ANTIBIOTIC COMPOUNDS ~ 71:PIRAMAL LIFE SCIENCES LIMITED Piramal Tower Ganpatrao Kadam Marg Lower Parel MUMBAI ~ 72:MISHRA PRABHU DUTT MAHAJAN GIRISH BADRINATH ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/239,186 ~ 32: 02/09/ /02351 ~ Complete ~ 54: DRILL BIT FOR EARTH BORING ~ 71:NEWTECH DRILLING PRODUCTS LLC 6152 South 350 West Salt Lake City UT ~ 72:JONES MARK L ROSS JEFFREY T CURRY KENNETH M ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 27/02/ APPLIED ON 02/04/ /02352 ~ Provisional ~ 54: THERAPEUTIC ROLLER ARRANGEMENT ~ 71:BENITA DE WITT Somersault House 57 Grove Avenue Claremont 7700 ~ 72:ALTUS VAN ZIJL 2012/02353 ~ Complete ~ 54: FERTILIZER COMPATIBLE POTASSIUM SILICATE SOLUTIONS ~ 71:THOM MICHAEL JOHN Tangmere Margate Kwazulu Natal ~ 72:THOM MICHAEL JOHN ~ 33: ZA ~ 31: 2011/00403 ~ 32: 03/01/ /02354 ~ Provisional ~ 54: THE HOT AND COOL AIR BOX ~ 71:STEPHANIS DE KOCK 69 DOREEN STR COLBYN 0083 ~ 72:STEPHANIS DE KOCK 2012/02355 ~ Provisional ~ 54: THERON LONGBLOCK NR.2 ~ 71:DIRK JOHANNES THERON P.O BOX 135 WORCESTER 6849 ~ 72:DIRK JOHANNES THERON 2012/02356 ~ Provisional ~ 54: INTEGRATED SOLAR CHAIR ~ 71:GLEN JOHN EAVES 165 Wallace Street Goodwood 7460 Cape Town GRANT CURRY 165 Wallace Street Goodwood 7460 Cape Town DAMIAN GOMES 165 Wallace Street Goodwood 7460 Cape Town GERARD LE ROUX 165 Wallace Street Goodwood 7460 Cape Town ~ 72:GLEN JOHN EAVES GRANT CURRY DAMIAN GOMES GERARD LE ROUX 2012/02357 ~ Provisional ~ 54: INTERGRATED SOLAR CHAIR ~ 71:GLEN JOHN EAVES 165 Wallace Street Goodwood 7460 Cape Town GRANT CURRY 165 Wallace Street Goodwood 7460 Cape Town DAMIAN GOMES 165 Wallace Street Goodwood 7460 Cape Town GERARD LE ROUX 165 Wallace Street Goodwood 7460 Cape Town ~ 72:GLEN JOHN EAVES GRANT CURRY DAMIAN GOMES GERARD LE ROUX 2012/02358 ~ Provisional ~ 54: UMBRELLA FOLDING MECHANISM ~ 71:DAMIAN GOMES 165 Wallace Street Goodwood 7460 Cape Town GLEN JOHN EAVES 165 Wallace Street Goodwood 7460 Cape Town GRANT 20

21 CURRY 165 Wallace Street Goodwood 7460 Cape Town GERARD LE ROUX 165 Wallace Street Goodwood 7460 Cape Town ~ 72:GLEN JOHN EAVES GRANT CURRY DAMIAN GOMES GERARD LE ROUX 2012/02359 ~ Provisional ~ 54: PRESSURE DETECTING PEDALS WITH VIBRATION PROTECTION ~ 71:MAHENDRA DHANLA MAHABEER 23 Nathson Close Reservoir Hills 4091 ~ 72:MAHENDRA DHANLA MAHABEER 2012/02360 ~ Provisional ~ 54: COPY CONTROL ~ 71:LASKER LOURENCO RAUL Unit Arthurs Road Sea Point Cape Town 8005 DUVEEN JUSTIN MARC Unit Arthurs Road Sea Point Cape Town 8005 ~ 72:LASKER LOURENCO RAUL DUVEEN JUSTIN MARC 2012/02363 ~ Complete ~ 54: MYCOBACTERIAL VACCINES ~ 71:ISIS INNOVATION LIMITED Ewert House Ewert Place Summertown Oxford OX2 7SG IMAXIO SA Avenue Jean Jaurer F Lyon ~ 72:SPENCER ALEXANDRA JANE COTTINGHAM MATTHEW GUY HILL ADRIAN VIVIAN SINTON HILL FERGAL ~ 33: GB ~ 31: ~ 32: 16/10/ /02364 ~ Complete ~ 54: DYE SENSITISED SOLAR CELL ~ 71:BASF SE D Ludwigshafen ~ 72:TANABE JUNICHI YAMAMOTO HIROSHI NAKAMICHI SHINJI TAKAHASHI RYUICHI ~ 33: EP ~ 31: ~ 32: 04/09/ /02365 ~ Complete ~ 54: STATIONARY TRACK WITH GIMBALED RIDER CARRIAGES AMUSEMENT RIDE ~ 71:KITCHEN WILLIAM J Lake Butler Boulevard Windermere Florida ~ 72:KITCHEN WILLIAM J SILBERMAN CYRIL JAY ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 14/01/ /02366 ~ Complete ~ 54: CONDENSED RING PYRIDINE COMPOUNDS AS SUBTYPE-SELECTIVE MODULATORS OF SPHINGOSINE-1-PHOSPHATE-2 (S1P2) RECEPTORS ~ 71:ALLERGAN INC 2525 Dupont Drive Irvine California ~ 72:FANG WENKUI KEN WANG LIMING CORPUZ EVELYN G CHOW KEN IM WHA BIN ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 29/09/ /02367 ~ Complete ~ 54: SULFUR TOLERANT ALUMINA CATALYST SUPPORT ~ 71:W R GRACE & CO 7500 Grace Drive Columbia Maryland ~ 72:KORANNE MANOJ CHAPMAN DAVID ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 08/10/ /02368 ~ Complete ~ 54: NEBULIZER ~ 71:BOEHRINGER INGELHEIM INTERNATIONAL GMBH Binger Strasse Ingelheim am Rhein ~ 72:BACH ALEXANDER BESSELER JENS GOLBERG CHRISTIAN HERRMANN FRANK HOLAKOVSKY HOLGER KRAKOWKA MANUEL THOEMMES RALF WUTTKE GILBERT ~ 33: EP ~ 31: ~ 32: 25/11/ /02369 ~ Complete ~ 54: INDAZOLE AND PYRAZOLOPYRIDINE COMPOUNDS AS CCR1 RECEPTOR ANTAGONISTS ~ 71:BOEHRINGER INGELHEIM INTERNATIONAL GMBH Binger Strasse Ingelheim am Rhein ~ 72:COOK BRIAN NICHOLAS KUZMICH DANIEL MAO CAN RAZAVI HOOSEIN ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 21/10/ /02370 ~ Complete ~ 54: METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR ESTIMATING EVAPORATION REPRESENTATIVE OF AN AREA ~ 71:UNIVERSITY OF KWAZULU NATAL Offive of Registrer University Road Chiltren Hills Westville 3629 Kwazulu Natal ~ 72:SAVAGE MICHAEL JOHN ~ 33: ZA ~ 31: 2009/06090 ~ 32: 02/09/ /02371 ~ Complete ~ 54: COSMETIC SKIN CARE METHODS AND COMPOSITIONS ~ 71:DE VILLIERS MALAN 5 Touleieroord Wapadrand Pretoria 0500 NEL HUGO BARRIE 62 9th Avenue Highlands North Johannesburg ~ 72:NEL HUGO BARRIE ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/240,048 ~ 32: 04/09/ /02372 ~ Complete ~ 54: BLAST HOLE DRILL RIG ~ 71:SPENCER MICHAEL JOHN Plot G12 Modderfontein Rustenburg North West Province ~ 72:SPENCER MICHAEL JOHN ~ 33: ZA ~ 31: 2011/05354 ~ 32: 20/07/ /02373 ~ Provisional ~ 54: WATER HEATING APPARATUS ~ 71:PRETORIUS DEON 137 Rebecca Street Pretoria West ~ 72:PRETORIUS DEON 2012/02374 ~ Complete ~ 54: SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR POLYPHASE GROUND-FAULT CIRCUIT- INTERRUPTERS ~ 71:CHEVRON U.S.A. INC 6001 Bollinger Canyon Road San Ramon California ~ 72:HAMER PAULS S ~ 33: US ~ 31: 12/570,698 ~ 32: 30/09/ /02375 ~ Complete ~ 54: 2-OXO-1-PYRROLIDINYL IMIDAZOTHIADIAZOLE DERIVATIVES ~ 71:UCB PHARMA S.A Intellectual Property Department 60 Allee De LA Recherche B-1070 Brussels ~ 72:QUESNEL YANNICK TURET LAURENT MERCIER JOEL ~ 33: EP ~ 31: ~ 32: 23/10/ /02376 ~ Complete ~ 54: PHOTOVOLTAIC SYSTEM WITH MANAGED OUTPUT ~ 71:SUNPOWER CORPORATION 3939 North First Street San Jose CA ~ 72:JOHNSON ROBERT KIMBER ADRIANNE LENOX CARL J S CAMPBELL MATT ~ 33: US ~ 31: 12/577,613 ~ 32: 12/10/

22 2012/02377 ~ Complete ~ 54: METHOD FOR OPERATING AN IGCC POWER PLANT PROCESS WITH INTEGRATED CO2 SEPARATION ~ 71:THYSSENKRUPP UHDE GMBH Friedrich-uhde-Strasse Dortmund ~ 72:MENZEL JOHANNES ~ 33: DE ~ 31: ~ 32: 30/09/ /02378 ~ Complete ~ 54: REACTOR WITH CHANNELS ~ 71:COMPACTGTL PLC Wilton Centre Annexe Wilton Centre Redcar TS10 4RF Cleveland ~ 72:WEST DAVID JAMES ~ 33: GB ~ 31: ~ 32: 26/10/ /02379 ~ Complete ~ 54: ANTAGONISTS OF DSGS2 FOR TREATMENT OF CANCER ~ 71:ASCLEPIUMM LIMITED 17 Block A Pollard Street Manchester M4 7AJ ~ 72:CHEN MIN-CHE ~ 33: GB ~ 31: ~ 32: 23/09/ /02380 ~ Complete ~ 54: PROCESSES FOR THE PREPARATION OF 2-(1-PHENYLETHYL) ISOINDOLIN- 1-ONE COMPOUNDS ~ 71:CELGENE CORPORATION 86 Morris Avenue Summit New Jersey ~ 72:FRANK ANTHONY J MAN HON-WAH GE CHUANSHENG SAINDAINE MANOHAR ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/250,421 ~ 32: 09/10/ /02381 ~ Complete ~ 54: STABLE OIL-IN-WATER EMULSIONS ~ 71:DOW AGROSCIENCES LLC 9330 Zionsville Road Indianapolis IN ~ 72:KEENEY FRANKLIN LI MEI ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/248,983 ~ 32: 06/10/ /02382 ~ Complete ~ 54: A PAVEMENT INTERFACE ~ 71:OATES DESMOND HUGH 2 Saxon Cofts 343 Primrose Street 1619 Kempton Park OATES BEVERLEY ANN 2 Saxon Cofts 343 Primrose Street 1619 Kempton Park ~ 72:OATES DESMOND HUGH ~ 33: ZA ~ 31: 2011/02649 ~ 32: 08/04/ /02383 ~ Complete ~ 54: QUINAZOLINES AS POTASSIUM ION CHANNEL INHIBITORS ~ 71:BRISTOL MYERS SQUIBB COMPANY P O Box 4000 Route 206 and Provinceline Road Princeton New Jersey ~ 72:JOHNSON JAMES A FINLAY HEATHER NEELS JAMES GUNAGA PRASHANTHA ADISECHAN ASHOKKUMAR LLOYD JOHN JIANG JI DHONDI NAVEEN KUMAR BANERJEE ABHISEK ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/239,452 ~ 32: 03/09/ /02384 ~ Complete ~ 54: JAK2 INHIBITORS AND THEIR USE FOR THE TREATMENT OF MYELOPROLIFERATIVE DISEASES AND CANCER ~ 71:BRISTOL MYERS SQUIBB COMPANY Route 206 And Province Line Road Princeton New Jersey ~ 72:PURANDARE ASHOK V HART AMY SCHROEDER GRETCHEN GREBINSKI JAMES W INGHRIM JENNIFER WAN HONGHE ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/239,501 ~ 32: 03/09/ /02385 ~ Complete ~ 54: PCSK9 VACCINE ~ 71:PFIZER VACCINES LLC 235 East 42nd Street New York New York ~ 72:CHAMPION BRIAN ROBERT EISENBRAUN MICHAEL DALE HAWKINS JULIE JIA LI PIERCE BRIAN GREGORY ULLAH JAKIR HUSSAIN CONTILLO JR LEONARD GABRIEL FRASER JAMES DOWNEY MERSON JAMES RICHARD QUI XIAYANG WYATT DAVID MICHAEL ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 03/09/ /02386 ~ Complete ~ 54: MINIATURE CIRCUIT BREAKER ~ 71:EATON MANUFACTURING GMBH Route de la Longerale 7 CH-1110 Morges ~ 72:GANLEY SEAN CHRISTOPHER STEVENS JOHN H ~ 33: GB ~ 31: ~ 32: 03/09/ /02387 ~ Complete ~ 54: POWER CONTAINING ANHYDROUS CRYSTALS OF 2-O-A-D-GLUCOSYL-L- ASCORBIC ACID, MANUFACTURING METHOD THEREFOR, AND USE THEREOF ~ 71:KABUSHIKI KAISHA HAYASHIBARA SEIBUTSU KAGAKU KENKYUJO 2-3 Shimoishil 1-chome Okayama-shi Okayama ~ 72:SHIBUYA TAKASHI NISHIMOTO TOMOYUKI MIYAKE TOSHIO IZAWA SEISUKE FUKUDA SHIGEHARU ~ 33: JP ~ 31: ~ 32: 26/08/ /02388 ~ Complete ~ 54: A MINE PROP ~ 71:WOLLER JAN HENDRIK 65 Blouberg Street Noordheuwel Krugersdorp 1739 ~ 72:WOLLER JAN HENDRIK - APPLIED ON 03/04/ /02392 ~ Provisional ~ 54: SUPPORT STRAP ~ 71:PAGE MARIUS 54 Reitz Street Meyerton 1961 ~ 72:PAGE MARIUS 2012/02393 ~ Provisional ~ 54: A NURSING PONCHI ~ 71:B MARAIS P O Box 818 Pyramid 0120 ~ 72:B MARAIS 2012/02394 ~ Provisional ~ 54: THE REVERSIBLE BLADE CARRIER ~ 71:BRIAN MCGRATH P.O. BOX 818 PYRAMID 0120 ~ 72:BRIAN MCGRATH 22

23 2012/02395 ~ Provisional ~ 54: HTDRA MOBILE MULTI MEDIA SOCIAL NETWORK ~ 71:STEPHEN SEBIGI 3613 Unit 12 Blaze Street Mmabatho 2735 THOMAS FIHLA 3613 Unit 12 Blaze Street Mmabatho 2735 MOEMEDI MOENG 3613 Unit 12 Blaze Street Mmabatho 2735 ~ 72:STEPHEN SEBIGI MOEMEDI MOENG THOMAS FIHLA 2012/02396 ~ Provisional ~ 54: DISHGUIZE ~ 71:CHRISTO MARNEWICK 121 Lakeside Village Blueberry St Eagle Canyon ~ 72:CHRISTO MARNEWICK 2012/02397 ~ Provisional ~ 54: END CAR FOR PIC TRUNKING ALLOWING FOR OUTLET OF CABLES ~ 71:OREN KIRKEL 23 Saxon Street Sydenham Johannesburg 2192 ~ 72:OREN KIRKEL 2012/02398 ~ Provisional ~ 54: MULTI-PLUG ENCLOSURE & ORGANISER ~ 71:OREN KIRKEL 23 Saxon Street Sydenham Johannesburg 2192 ~ 72:OREN KIRKEL 2012/02399 ~ Complete ~ 54: MOBILE LIGHTING APPARATUS ~ 71:JONKER JOHN 48 Wattletree Road ironbark Queensland 4306 ~ 72:JONKER JOHN ~ 33: AU ~ 31: ~ 32: 04/09/ /02400 ~ Complete ~ 54: CARTRIDGE FOR USE IN ROCK BREAKING ~ 71:FOWLDS 3 LIMITED c/o Anglo Saxon Trust Limited Union House Union Street St. Helier Jersey JE4 8TQ ~ 72:GODSIFF JOHN HOFMEYER 2012/02401 ~ Complete ~ 54: FLASH TUBE AND FLUSH VESSEL CONFIGURATION FOR PRESSURE LETDOWN ~ 71:HATCH LTD Speakman Drive Mississauga L5K 2R7 Ontario ~ 72:PEARSON MURRAY SCOTT SHAH UMESH VINODCHANDRA PLIKAS ATANASIS 2012/02402 ~ Provisional ~ 54: EVENT NOTIFICATION SYSTEM ~ 71:HILLHOUSE DARYN Floor Main Road Claremont ~ 72:HILLHOUSE DARYN 2012/02403 ~ Provisional ~ 54: SERVING ASSEMBLY ~ 71:MALINOWSKI THOMAS RAINER Golf Park 3 Engen House Raapenberg Road Mowbray 7925 ~ 72:MALINOWSKI THOMAS RAINER 2012/02404 ~ Complete ~ 54: UNINTERRUPTABLE TRANSPORTATION TO TRANSPORT BULKY COMMODITIES ~ 71:DWIJANTORO SUSILO Apertemen Tarman Rasuna U RT/RW.006/010 Menteng Atas Setiabudi Jakarta Selatan DJAN RAMADITYA MARENDRA Apertemen Tarman Rasuna U RT/RW.006/010 Menteng Atas Setiabudi Jakarta Selatan ~ 72:DWIJANTORO SUSILO DJAN RAMADITYA MARENDRA ~ 33: ID ~ 31: P ~ 32: 22/08/ /02405 ~ Complete ~ 54: CRYSTALLIZATION OF 4'-EPIDAUNORUBICIN X HCI ~ 71:HERAEUS PRECIOUS METALS GMBH & CO KG Heraeusstrasse D Hanau ~ 72:KUNNARI TERO BINDERNAGEL HOLGER WEISER SASCHA LUPTON ANDREW WALLERT STEFAN ~ 33: EP ~ 31: ~ 32: 08/09/ /02406 ~ Complete ~ 54: A METHOD OF SORTING PARTICULATE MATTER ~ 71:CURTIN UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY Kent Street Bentley Western Australia 6102 ~ 72:GOLOVANEVSKIY VLADIMIR ARKADIEVICH ~ 33: AU ~ 31: ~ 32: 07/09/ /02407 ~ Complete ~ 54: PHOTOBIOREACTOR ~ 71:MICROA AS Postboks Tananger ~ 72:DAHLE LARS ANDREAS ~ 33: NO ~ 31: ~ 32: 09/09/ /02408 ~ Complete ~ 54: SENSOR DEVICE AND METHOD FOR THE GEOELECTRICAL PROSPECTING OF RAW MINERAL DEPOSITS ~ 71:BUCYRUS EUROPE GMBH Industriestrasse 1 D Lunen ~ 72:AHLER MARCO PAULI SIMON KOPP THOMAS ~ 33: DE ~ 31: ~ 32: 10/09/ /02409 ~ Complete ~ 54: APPARATUS FOR PROCESSING WASTE MATERIAL ~ 71:CHALABI RIFAT AL Corner Chinook Sciences Limited Cumberland House 35 Park Row Nottingham Nottinghamshire NG1 6EE PERRY OPHNEIL HENRY Corner Chinook Sciences Limited Cumberland House 35 Park Row Nottingham Nottinghamshire NG1 6EE ~ 72:CHALABI RIFAT AL PERRY OPHNEIL HENRY TURNER JOHN HARRY ~ 33: GB ~ 31: ~ 32: 07/09/ /02410 ~ Complete ~ 54: BETTING GAME WITH SIDR BETTING OPTIONS ~ 71:DUFFY INVESTMENT GROUP PTY LTD P O Box 1623 Surfers Paradise Queensland 4217 ~ 72:DUFFY CRAIG ~ 33: AU ~ 31: ~ 32: 08/09/ /02411 ~ Complete ~ 54: HYDROCARBON EXTRACTION ~ 71:FORBES OIL AND GAS PTY LTD 76 Warner Road Houghton South Australia 5131 ~ 72:O'DOWD PETER JOHN ~ 33: AU ~ 31: ~ 32: 04/09/ /02412 ~ Complete ~ 54: PICTURE HANGER ~ 71:POTGIETER BRETT PETER No 9 35th Avenue Chrystelle Street Six Fountains Silver Lakes ~ 72:POTGIETER BRETT PETER ~ 33: ZA ~ 31: 2009/06106 ~ 32: 03/09/

24 2012/02413 ~ Complete ~ 54: METHOD OF TREATING PROLIFERATIVE DISORDERS AND OTHER PATHOLOGICAL CONDITIONS MEDIATED BY BCR-ABL, C-KIT, DDR1, DDR2 OR PDGF-R KINASE ACTIVITY ~ 71:NOVARTIS AG Lichtstrasse 35 CH-4056 Basel ~ 72:SZCZUDLO TOMASZ WOODMAN RICHARD YIN OPHELIA ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 23/10/ /02414 ~ Complete ~ 54: AEROSOL GENERATOR INCLUDING MULTI-COMPONENT WICK ~ 71:PHILIP MORRIS PRODUCTS S.A Quai Jeanrenaud 3 CH-2000 Neuchatel ~ 72:YANG ZUYIN WRENN SUSAN E. ~ 33: US ~ 31: 12/ ~ 32: 09/10/ /02415 ~ Complete ~ 54: TREATMENT FOR DIABETES IN PATIENTS INAPPROPRIATE FOR METFORMIN THERAPY ~ 71:BOEHRINGER INGELHEIM INTERNATIONAL GMBH Binger Strasse Ingelheim am Rhein ~ 72:DUGI KLAUS GRAEFE-MODY EVA ULRIKE HARPER RUTH WOERLE HANS- JUERGEN ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 16/10/ /02416 ~ Complete ~ 54: COMBINATION ~ 71:GLAXOSMITHKLINE LLC One Franklin Plaza 200 North 16th Street Philadelphia Pennsylvania ~ 72:AUGER KURT R BACHMAN KURTIS EARL GRESHOCK JOEL DAVID GILMER TONA LAQUERRE SYLVIE MORRIS SHANNON RENAE ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 12/10/ /02417 ~ Provisional ~ 54: ORE CHUTE CONSTRUCTION ~ 71:ANGLO PLATINUM MANAGEMENT SERVICES (PROPRIETARY) LIMITED 55 Marshall Street Johannesburg 2001 Gauteng ~ 72:STRYDOM JOHANNES PETRUS DE WET 2012/02418 ~ Complete ~ 54: ANTIBODIES SPECIFIC FOR CLAUDIN 6 (CLDN6) ~ 71:GANYMED PHARMACEUTICALS AG Freiligrathstrasse Mainz JOHANNES GUTENBERG-UNIVERSITAT MAINZ Saarstrasse Mainz ~ 72:SAHIN UGUR TURECI OZLEM KOSLOWSKI MICHAEL WALTER KORDEN WOLL STEFAN KREUZBERG MARIA HUBNER BERND ERDELJAN MICHAEL ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 06/07/ /02419 ~ Complete ~ 54: ELECTROLYTIC REACTION SYSTEM FOR PRODUCING GASEOUS HYDROGEN AND OXYGEN ~ 71:NEW ENERGY AG Unterthalham Strasse 3 A-4694 Ohlsdorf ~ 72:LOTHRING ADOLF ~ 33: AT ~ 31: A 1531/2009 ~ 32: 29/09/ /02420 ~ Complete ~ 54: GENETIC POLYMORPHISMS IN AGE-RELATED MACULAR DEGENERATION ~ 71:GENENTECH INC 1 DNA Way South San Francisco California ~ 72:GRAHAM ROBERT ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 21/10/ /02421 ~ Complete ~ 54: HETEROBICYCLE-SUBSITUTED AZOLYL BENZENE FUNGICIDES ~ 71:E I DU PONT DE NEMOURS AND COMPANY 1007 Market Street Wilmington Delaware ~ 72:ANDREASSI II JOHN LAWRENCE TAGGI ANDREW EDMUND ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 29/10/ /02422 ~ Complete ~ 54: ENDODONTIC SEALING COMPOSITION ~ 71:SEPTODONT OT SEPTODONT SAS OU SPECIALITES SEPTODONT 58 Rue Du Pont De Creteil Saint MAur Des Fosses ~ 72:RICHARD GILLES MARIE OLIVIER ~ 33: EP ~ 31: ~ 32: 15/11/ /02423 ~ Complete ~ 54: SYNERGISTIC FUNGICIDAL COMPOSITION CONTAINING 5- FLUOROCYTOSINE FOR FUNGAL CONTROL IN CEREALS ~ 71:DOW AGROSCIENCES LLC 9330 Zionsville Road Indianapolis IN ~ 72:LORSBACH BETH MEITL ALICE OWEN W JOHN YAO CHENGLIN ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 07/10/ /02424 ~ Complete ~ 54: SYNERGISTIC FUNGICIDAL MIXTURES FOR FUNGAL CONTROL IN CEREALS ~ 71:DOW AGROSCIENCES LLC 9330 Zionsville Road Indianapolis Indiana ~ 72:OWEN W JOHN YAO CHENGLIN ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/249,479 ~ 32: 07/10/ /02425 ~ Complete ~ 54: NOVEL DOSING REGIMEN AND METHOD OF TREATMENT ~ 71:IMMUNOGEN INC 830 Winter Street Waltham Massachusetts ~ 72:LAMBERT JOHN O'LEARY JAMES J SCHINDLER JOANNE ALIZABETH SARAH WEITMAN STEVEN QIN ALBERT ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/253,804 ~ 32: 21/10/ /02426 ~ Complete ~ 54: COMPOSITIONS AND METHODS TO OOMYCETE FUNGAL PATHOGENS ~ 71:DOW AGROSCIENCES LLC 9330 Zionsville Road Indianapolis Indiana ~ 72:PEARSON NORMAN LIU LEI EHR ROBERT ATKINSON JOHN ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/251,037 ~ 32: 13/10/ /02427 ~ Complete ~ 54: ANTAGONISTS OF THE VANILLOID RECEPTOR SUBTYPE 1 (VR1) AND USES THEREOF ~ 71:ABBOTT LABORATORIES DEPT 377 BLDG AP6A ABBOTT PARK ROAD ABBOTT PARK ILLINOIS ~ 72:GOMTSYAN ARTHUR R KOENIG JOHN R FERNANDO DILINI P PERNER RICHARD J HSU MARGARET CHI-PING LEE CHIH-HUNG ~ 33: US ~ 31: 60/ ~ 32: 11/05/

25 2012/02428 ~ Complete ~ 54: PHARMACEUTICAL PREPARATION COMPRISING RECOMBINANT HCG ~ 71:FERRING B.V. Polaris Avenue 144 NL-2132 JX Hoofddorp ~ 72:COTTINGHAM IAN WHITE RICHARD BOYD PLAKSIN DANIEL ~ 33: EP ~ 31: ~ 32: 05/10/ /02429 ~ Complete ~ 54: METHOD FOR THE PRODUCTION OF AN SCR-ACTIVE ZEOLITE CATALYST, AND SCR-ACTIVE ZEOLITE CATALYST ~ 71:JOHNSON MATTHEY CATALYSTS (GERMANY) GMBH Bahnnofstrabe Redwitz ~ 72:MUNCH JORG WERNER DOTZEL RALF ~ 33: DE ~ 31: ~ 32: 05/09/ /02430 ~ Complete ~ 54: AGROCHEMICAL COMPOSITIONS CONTAINING ALKYL POLYPROPYLENE GLYCOL POLYETHYLENE GLYCOL ~ 71:BAYER CROPSCIENCE AG Alfred Nobel strasse Monheim ~ 72:STORK ANDREAS PONTZEN ROLF RECKMANN UDO ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/242,119 ~ 32: 14/09/ /02431 ~ Complete ~ 54: MULTIPLEX QUANTITATION OF INDIVIDUAL RECOMBINANT PROTEINS IN A MIXTURE BY SIGNATURE PEPTIDES AND MASS SPEVTROMETRY ~ 71:SYMPHOGEN A/S Elektrovej Bygning 375 DK-2800 Kgs Lyngby ~ 72:FRANDSEN TORBEN SEN JETTE WAGTBERG NAESTED HENRIK JENSEN PERNILLE FOGED ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/256,232 ~ 32: 29/10/ /02432 ~ Complete ~ 54: IDENTIFYING VIRAL CELL TROPISM ~ 71:CENTRE NATIONAL DE LA RECHERCHE SCIENTIFIQUE (C.N.R.S.) 3 Rue Michel Ange F Paris ASSISTANCE PUBLICQUE- HOPITAUX DE PARIS 3 avenue Victoria F Paris Cedex 04 ~ 72:LECELLIER CHARLES-HENRI BOUTTIER MANUELLA COLLIN GILLES COURGNAUD VALERIE DESCAMPS DIANE ~ 33: FR ~ 31: ~ 32: 04/09/ /02433 ~ Complete ~ 54: SIGLEC 15 ANTIBODIES IN TREATING BONE LOSS-RELATED DISEASE ~ 71:ALETHIA BIOTHERAPEUTICS INC 141 Avenue President-Kennedy Suite SB-5100 Montreal Quebec H2X 1Y4 ~ 72:TREMBLAY GILLES BERNARD STUIBLE MATTHEW FILLION MARIO ~ 33: US ~ 31: 12/580,943 ~ 32: 16/10/ /02434 ~ Complete ~ 54: USE OF AEROSOLIZED LEVOFLOXACIN FOR TREATING CYSTIC FIBROSIS ~ 71:MPEX PHARMACEUTICALS INC Sorrento Valley Road San Diego CA ~ 72:LOUTIT JEFREREY S DUDLEY MICHAEL N LOMOVSKAYA OLGA MORGAN ELIZABETH E GRIFFITH DAVID C ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/249,231 ~ 32: 06/10/ /02435 ~ Complete ~ 54: SYNERGISTIC FINGICIDAL COMBINATIONS CONTAINING A DITHIINO- TETRACARBOXAMIDE FUNGICIDE ~ 71:BAYER CROPSCIENCE AG Alfred Nobel strasse Monheim ~ 72:SEITZ THOMAS DAHMEN PETER WACHENDORFF-NEUMANN ULRIKE ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/242,076 ~ 32: 14/09/ /02436 ~ Complete ~ 54: VEGETABLE FLAVOUR ~ 71:DSM IP ASSETS B.V. Het Overloon 1 NL-6411 TE Heerlen ~ 72:KORTES JAN GERRIT ~ 33: EP ~ 31: ~ 32: 04/12/ /02437 ~ Complete ~ 54: CNT-TAILORED COMPOSITE AIR-BASED STRUCTURES ~ 71:APPLIED NANOSTRUCTURED SOLUTIONS LLC 2323 Eastern Blvd Baltimore MD ~ 72:SHAH TUSHAR K MALECKI HARRY C HUGHES JOHN ANTHONY ALBERDING MARK R MARKKULA SAMUEL J KLINE SHAWN C ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/286,340 ~ 32: 14/12/ /02438 ~ Complete ~ 54: CNT-TAILORED COMPOSITE SPACE-BASED STRUCTURES ~ 71:APPLIED NANOSTRUCTURED SOLUTIONS LLC 2323 Eastern Blvd Baltimore MD ~ 72:SHAH TUSHAR K MALECKI HARRY C HUGHES JOHN ANTHONY ALBERDING MARK R MARKKULA SAMUEL J ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/286,340 ~ 32: 14/12/ /02439 ~ Complete ~ 54: CONVEYING DEVICE FOR PRODUCING ENERGY ~ 71:WRH WALTER REIST HOLDING AG Arenenbergstrasse 6 CH-8272 Ermatingen ~ 72:REIST WALTER ~ 33: CH ~ 31: 317/10 ~ 32: 09/03/ /02441 ~ Complete ~ 54: CNT-TAILORED COMPOSITE LAND-BASED STRUCTURES ~ 71:APPLIED NANOSTRUCTURED SOLUTIONS LLC 2323 Eastern Blvd Baltimore MD ~ 72:SHAH TUSHAR K MALECKI HARRY C HUGHES JOHN ANTHONY ALBERDING MARK R MARKKULA SAMUEL J KLINE SHAWN C ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/286,340 ~ 32: 14/12/ /02442 ~ Complete ~ 54: CONTROL PIN AND SPOUT SYSTEM FOR HEALTH METAL CASTING DISTRIBUTION SPOUT CONFIGURATIONS ~ 71:WAGSTAFF INC 3910 N Flora Road Spokane WA ~ 72:COOPER TIMOTHY JAMES IMTHURN JAMES A 2012/02443 ~ Complete ~ 54: METHOD OF MANUFACTURING CHEESE ~ 71:PARMALAT SA (PTY) LTD Strand Road Stellenbosch Western Cape ~ 72:JOHAN LEODOLFF ~ 33: ZA ~ 31: 2011/04774 ~ 32: 28/06/

26 2012/02446 ~ Provisional ~ 54: COOL GRIP ~ 71:GARTH CHRISTOPHER WILSON 05 Bakkes Street Brenthurst 1541 ~ 72:GARTH CHRISTOPHER WILSON - APPLIED ON 04/04/ /02444 ~ Provisional ~ 54: "UMBRECOVER" ~ 71:MALETU FRANS LEKOLOANE 8501 Section-T Shabangu St Mamelodi West ~ 72:MALETU FRANS LEKOLOANE 2012/02445 ~ Provisional ~ 54: BIRD AND ANIMAL LIQUID FEEDING APPARATUS ~ 71:PETER BALFOUR DUGMORE P O Box 361 Muizenberg 7950 ~ 72:PETER BALFOUR DUGMORE 2012/02447 ~ Provisional ~ 54: PUMPING ARRANGEMENT ~ 71:PURICARE INTERNATIONAL (PTY) LTD 28 Cathedral Street George 6529 ~ 72:HARRIS KENNETH 2012/02448 ~ Complete ~ 54: VEHICLES ~ 71:AUSROAD SYSTEMS PTY LTD 3A/147 Boniface Street Archerfield Queensland 4108 ~ 72:DUNLOP TONI 2012/02449 ~ Complete ~ 54: LIFTING DEVICE FOR A ROTOR OF A WIND TURBINE ~ 71:SUZLON ENERGY GMBH Kurt-Dunkelmann-Str Rostock ~ 72:WAGNER JUERGEN ~ 33: DE ~ 31: ~ 32: 07/09/ /02450 ~ Complete ~ 54: A PIPE COUPLING COVER ~ 71:SKARBOVIG NILS MITTET 1 Prosesfontein Road Vredenburg Western Cape Province ~ 72:SKARBOVIG NILS MITTET ~ 33: ZA ~ 31: 2009/06726 ~ 32: 28/09/ /02451 ~ Complete ~ 54: ANTI-MISUSE SOLID ORAL DOSAGE FORM PROVIDED HAVING A MODIFIED SPECIFIC RELEASE PROFILE ~ 71:FLAMEL TECHNOLOGIES Parc Club Du Moulin A Vent 33 Avenue Du Docteur Georges Levy F Venissieux ~ 72:CASTAN CATHERINE DAVIAUD-VENET ANNE-SOPHIE ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 16/10/ /02452 ~ Complete ~ 54: IMPROVED MEDICINAL AEROSOL FORMULATIONS ~ 71:JAGOTEC AG Eptingerstrasse 61 CH-4132 Muttenz ~ 72:MUELLER-WALZ RUDI FUEG LISE-MARIE ~ 33: GB ~ 31: ~ 32: 16/10/ /02453 ~ Complete ~ 54: PROCESS FOR PURIFYING (HYDRO) FLUOROALKENES ~ 71:MEXICHEM AMANCO HOLDING S.A DE C.V Rio San Javier No.10 Fraccionamiento Viveros Del Rio Tialnepantla ~ 72:HAYES JOHN MCGUINESS CLAIRE ELIZABETH SHARRATT ANDREW PAUL ~ 33: GB ~ 31: ~ 32: 15/10/ /02454 ~ Provisional ~ 54: SUGAR CANE PROCESSING ~ 71:SUGAR MILLING RESEARCH INSTITUTE UNIVERSITY OF NATAL CAMPUS SCULLY LANE OFF FRANCOIS ROAD DURBAN ~ 72:LOUBSER RICHARD CLIVE 2012/02455 ~ Complete ~ 54: INSERT FOR A RECHARGEABLE BATTERY PART ~ 71:NEUHOLD NORMAN Herman-Bahr-Gasse 10 A-8020 Graz CHORINSKY NIKOLAUS Konrad-Deubler-Gasse 7 A8010 Graz ~ 72:NEUHOLD NORMAN CHORINSKY NIKOLAUS ~ 33: AT ~ 31: A 1422/2009 ~ 32: 10/09/ /02456 ~ Complete ~ 54: METHODS FOR TREATING MALARIA,TUBERCULOSIS AND MAC DISEASES ~ 71:CEMPRA PHARMACEUTICALS INC 6340 Quadrangle Drive Suite 100 Chapel Hill NC ~ 72:FERNANDES PRABHAVATHI B ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 10/09/ /02457 ~ Complete ~ 54: ROLLING PROJECTILE WITH EXTENDING AND RETRACTING CANARDS ~ 71:KMS CONSULTING LLC 14 Cottagewood Lane kennebunk Maine ~ 72:MARTINEZ MARCELO EDGARDO ~ 33: US ~ 31: 12/ ~ 32: 26/10/ /02458 ~ Complete ~ 54: EXHAUST PROCESSING AND HEAT RECOVERY SYSTEM ~ 71:ALSTOM TECHNOLOGY LTD Brown Boveri Strasse 7 CH-5400 Baden ~ 72:BIRMINGHAM JAMES W O'BOYLE KEVIN J ~ 33: US ~ 31: 12/ ~ 32: 16/03/ /02459 ~ Complete ~ 54: SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR SENSING A LIQUID LEVEL ~ 71:CHEVRON U S A INC 6001 Bollinger Canyon Road San Ramon California ~ 72:THOMPSON M CLARK WEBB CHARLES H RUBBO RICHARD P ANDERSON II DAVID KING YAMASAKI MARK H SMITHSON MITCHELL CARL GONZALEZ MANUEL E ~ 33: US ~ 31: 12/ ~ 32: 05/10/ /02460 ~ Complete ~ 54: PEST CONTROL COMPOSITION ~ 71:SUMITOMO CHEMICAL CO LIMITED 27-1 Shinkawa 2-chome Chuo-ku Tokyo ~ 72:SAKAMOTO NORIHISA NISHIMURA SHINYA ~ 33: JP ~ 31: ~ 32: 23/10/

27 2012/02461 ~ Complete ~ 54: INHIBITORS OF CXCR1/2 S ADJUVANTS IN THE TRANSPLANT OF PANCREATIC ISLETS ~ 71:DOMPE S.P.A. Localita Campo Di Pile SNC I L'Aquila AQ ~ 72:PIEMONTI LORENZO DAFFONCHIO LUISA ALLEGRETTI MARCELLO ~ 33: EP ~ 31: ~ 32: 06/10/ /02462 ~ Complete ~ 54: SULFONAMIDES FOR THE PREVENTION OF DIABETES ~ 71:DOMPE S.P.A. Localita Campo Di Pile SNC I L'Aquila AQ ~ 72:PIEMONTI LORENZO DAFFONCHIO LUISA ALLEGRETTI MARCELLO ~ 33: EP ~ 31: ~ 32: 06/10/ /02463 ~ Complete ~ 54: MOBILE PAYMENT APPLICATION ARCHITECTURE ~ 71:VISA INTERNATIONAL SERVICE ASSOCIATION P O Box 8999 MS M3-2B San Francisco California ~ 72:PIRZADEH KIUSHAN KEKICHEFF MARC B ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 30/09/ /02464 ~ Complete ~ 54: INORGANIC SALT COMPLEXES OF VILDAGLIPTIN ~ 71:EGIS GYOGYSZERGYAR NYILVANOSAN MUKODO RESZVENYTARSASAG Kereszturi UT H-1106 Budapest ~ 72:MRVAVIK ANDRAS KOHEGYI IMRE PONGO LASZLO VOLK BALAZS NEMETH GABOR BARKOCZY JOZSEF NAGY KALMAN RUZSICS GYORGY BRODA JUDIT DANCSO ANDRAS KESZTHELYI ADRIENN DEBRECZENI JOZSEF ~ 33: HU ~ 31: P ~ 32: 07/10/ /02465 ~ Complete ~ 54: SUBSTITUTED 3-PHENYLPROPIONIC ACIDS AND THE USE THEREOF ~ 71:BAYER PHARMA AKTIENGESELLSCHAFT Mullerstrasse Berlin ~ 72:LAMPE THOMAS HAHN MICHAEL STASCH JOHANNES-PETER SCHLEMMER KARL-HEINZ WUNDER FRANK EL SHEIKH SHERIF LI VOLKHART MIN-JIAN BECKER EVA-MARIA STOLL FRIEDERIKE KNORR ANDREAS ~ 33: DE ~ 31: ~ 32: 28/10/ /02466 ~ Complete ~ 54: INTEGRATED PROCESS TO SELECTIVELY CONVERT RENEWABLE ISOBUTANOL TO P-XYLENE ~ 71:GEVO INC 345 Inverness Drive South Building C Suite 310 Englewood Colorado ~ 72:PETERS MATTHEW W TAYLOR JOSHUA D JENNI MADELINE MANZER LEO E HENTON DAVID E ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 07/06/ /02467 ~ Complete ~ 54: METHODS OF REFINING AND PRODUCING FUEL FROM NATURAL OIL FEEDSTOCKS ~ 71:ELEVANCE RENEWABLE SCIENCES 2501 Davey Road Woodridge Illinois ~ 72:COHEN STEVEN A LUETKENS MELVIN L BALAKRISHNAN CHANDER SNYDER ROBERT ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 12/10/ /02468 ~ Complete ~ 54: ENHANCED FERTILIZER PRODUCTS WITH POLYMER ADJUVANTS ~ 71:SPECIALTY FERTILIZER PRODUCTS LLC Ash Street Suite 220 Leawood Kansas ~ 72:SANDERS JOHN LARRY ~ 33: US ~ 31: 12/ ~ 32: 05/10/ /02469 ~ Provisional ~ 54: A REEL ASSEMBLY FOR STORING FISHING LINE AND AN APPARATUS FOR STORING AND CLEANING FISHING LINE ~ 71:STRAIGHTSTICK LTD C/O The Belize Bank Ltd 60 Market Square Belize City ~ 72:MCLEOD ALEXANDER JAMES BENTLEY 2012/02470 ~ Complete ~ 54: MULTIPLE CARRIER INDICATION AND DOWNLINK CONTROL INFORMATION INTERACTION ~ 71:QUALCOMM INCORPORATED 5775 Morehouse Drive San Diego CA ~ 72:CHEN WANSHI KHANDEKAR AAMOD DINKAR GAAL PETER LUO TAO MONTOJO JUAN DAMNJANOVIC JELENA M ~ 33: US ~ 31: 12/ ~ 32: 08/09/ /02471 ~ Complete ~ 54: ROCK DRILLING UNIT,FEED BEAM,AND METHOD FOR DAMPING VIBRATION ~ 71:SANDVIK MINING AND CONSTRUCTION OY Pihtisulunkatu 9 FI Tampere ~ 72:SIVULA SAMPO LUOMA LASSI SARIN ESKO PYYKKO MIKKO SAUKKO PEKKA PYORNY IIMO MELLIN VELIPEKKA MUUTTONEN TIMO ~ 33: FI ~ 31: ~ 32: 08/09/ /02472 ~ Complete ~ 54: N-4(-((3-(2-AMINO-4 PYRIMIDINYL)-2-PYRIDINYL)OXY)PHENYL)-4-(4-METHYL- 2-THIENYL)-1-PHTHALAZINAMINE FOR USE IN THE TREATMENT OF ANTIMITOTIC AGENT RESISTANT CANCER ~ 71:AMGEN INC 1900 OAK TERRACE LANE THOUSAND OAKS CALIFORNIA ~ 72:PAYTON MARC KENDALL RICHARD ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 11/09/ /02473 ~ Complete ~ 54: PI3 KINASE INHIBITORS AND USES THEREOF ~ 71:AVILA THERAPEUTICS INC 100 Beaver Street First Floor Waltham MA ~ 72:NIU DEQIANG SINGH JUSWINDER MAZDIYASNI HORMOZ QIAO LIXIN PETTER RUSSELL C KLUGE ARTHUR F ZHU ZHENDONG KUNTZ KEVIN ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 06/08/ /02474 ~ Complete ~ 54: CONTROLLED RELEASE COMPOSITIONS ~ 71:ROHM AND HAAS CO 100 Independence Mall West Philadelphia Pennsylvania ~ 72:JACOBSON RICHARD MARTIN ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 05/04/

28 2012/02475 ~ Complete ~ 54: PROCESS FOR PRODUCTION OF CHLORINE DIOXIDE ~ 71:AKZO NOBEL CHEMICALS INTERNATIONAL B.V. Stationsstraat MH Amersfoort ~ 72:DAHL ANDERS PELIN KALLE HANS THOMAS ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 12/10/ /02476 ~ Complete ~ 54: CRUSHER DEVICE ~ 71:FLSMIDTH A/S Vigerslev Alle 77 Valby DK-2500 Copenhagen ~ 72:MARTINEZ JOSEPH O'BRYAN KURT ~ 33: US ~ 31: 12/ ~ 32: 09/10/ /02477 ~ Complete ~ 54: HETEROCYCLIC COMPOUNDS USEFUL AS PDK1 INHIBITORS ~ 71:SUNESIS PHARMACEUTICALS INC 395 Oyster Point Boulevard Suite 400 South San Francisco California MILLENIUM PHARMACEUTICALS,INC 40 Landsdowne Street Cambridge Massachusetts ~ 72:ARNDT JOSEPH GUCKIAN KEVIN LEE WEN-CHERNG SCOTT DANIEL THOMAS JERMAINE WANG DEPING ERLANSON DANIEL CHAN TIMOTHY KUMARAVEL GNANASAMBANDAM LIN EDWARD YIN-SHIANG SUN LIHONG VAN VLOTEN KURT ZHANG LEI ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 06/10/ /02478 ~ Provisional ~ 54: SIPHONOCHILONE AND RELATED COMPOUNDS AND USES THEREOF ~ 71:INTEGRAL BIOCEUTICALS (PTY) LTD 2 Rupert Way Noordhoek 7985 Cape Town Western Cape ~ 72:GERICKE NIGEL PETER GERICKE OLGA MARIA 2012/02486 ~ Provisional ~ 54: SECURITY SYSTEM AND METHOD ~ 71:COMORETTO XARION ROMANO 21 Hubert Mathew Road Illiondale 1609 COMORETTO GIANNI 1 Terrace Road Edenvale 1609 ~ 72:COMORETTO XARION ROMANO COMORETTO GIANNI 2012/02487 ~ Provisional ~ 54: METHOD FOR THE FORMATION AND ANALYSIS OF SULFITED- TETRAMERIC,-TRIMERIC,-DIMERIC AND -MONOMERIC COMPOUNDS FROM COMMERCIAL PROANTHOCYANIDINS,AND THE USE OF SAID SULFITED COMPOUNDS IN PHARMACEUTICAL APPLICATIONS ~ 71:UNIVERSITY OF THE FREE STATE Dept Of Microbial,Biochemical And Food Biotechnology Nelson Mandela Drive Bloemfontein 9301 ~ 72:VAN DER WESTHUIZEN JAN HENDRIK BONNET SUSANNA LUCIA DAVIS HENRY JOHN 2012/02488 ~ Complete ~ 54: TARGETING ORTHOPAEDIC DEVICE LANDMARKS ~ 71:SMITH & NEPHEW INC. 1450, Brooks Road MEMPHIS, Tennessee, NORTHERN DIGITAL INC 103 Randall Drive Waterloo Ontario N2V 1C5 ~ 72:KIRSCH STEFAN R RITCHEY NICHOLAS S AUSTIN GENE EDWARD HEOTIS CHARLES C ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 06/10/ /02489 ~ Complete ~ 54: NOVEL HETEROCYCLIC ACRYLAMIDES AND THEIR USE AS PHARMACEUTICALS ~ 71:FAB PHARMA SAS 14,AVENUE DE L'OPERA PARIS ~ 72:GERUSZ VINCENT ESCAICH SONIA OXOBY MAYALEN DENIS ALEXIS ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 18/11/ /02490 ~ Complete ~ 54: PROCESS FOR THE MANUFACTURE OF ORGANIC COMPOUNDS ~ 71:NOVARTIS AG Lichtstrasse 35 CH-4056 Basel ~ 72:SEDELMEIER GOTTFRIED RAMPF FLORIAN ANDREAS GRIMLER DOMINIQUE ~ 33: EP ~ 31: ~ 32: 27/10/ /02491 ~ Complete ~ 54: PROCESS FOR THE PURIFICATION OF RECOMBINANT HUMAN ERYTHROPOIETIN (EPO), EPO THUS PURIFIED AND PHARMACEUTICAL COMPOSITIONS COMPRISING SAME ~ 71:BIOGENERIX AG Graf-Arco-Str Ulm ~ 72:HINDERER WALTER ARNOLD STEFAN ~ 33: EP ~ 31: ~ 32: 23/09/ /02492 ~ Complete ~ 54: COMPOUNDS FOR TREATING DISORDERS OR DISEASES ASSOCIATED WITH NEUROKININ 2 RECEPTOR ACTIVITY ~ 71:UNITED PARAGON ASSOCIATES INC 35 Harvard Road P O Box Guelph Ontario N1G 3A2 ~ 72:BAIN JERALD SADAVOY JOEL CHEN HAO SHEN XIAOYU ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 04/09/ APPLIED ON 05/04/ /02479 ~ Complete ~ 54: PVC-FREE SEALS FOR TWIST CROWNS ~ 71:ACTEGA DS GMBH Straubinger Str.12 Bremen ~ 72:DANY MANGEL WALDEMAR EICHLER 2012/02480 ~ Complete ~ 54: AN IMPROVED HYBRID METHODOLOGY FOR PRODUCING COMPOSITE,MULTI-LAYERED AND GRADED COATINGS BY PLASMA SPRAYING UTITILIZING POWDER AND SOLUTION PRECURRSOR FEEDSTOCK ~ 71:INTERNATIONAL ADVANCED RESEARCH CENTRE FOR POWER METALLURGY AND NEW MATERIALS (ARCI),DEPARTMENT OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, GOVT.OF INDIA Plot No.102 Institutional Area Sector-44 Gurgaon Haryana ~ 72:SIVAKUAMR GOVINDARAJAN SHIRKANT VISHWANATH JOSHI ~ 33: IN ~ 31: 2965/DEL/2011 ~ 32: 17/10/

29 2012/02493 ~ Complete ~ 54: PROCESS FOR PREPARING A POLYMORPH OF THE CHOLINE SALT OF A PYRIMIDIN-5-YL ACETIC ACID DERIVATIVE ~ 71:BOEHRINGER INGELHEIM INTERNATIONAL GMBH Binger Strasse Ingelheim am Rhein ~ 72:KRISHNAMURTHY DHILEEPKUMAR RODRIGUEZ DEHLI JUAN MANUEL SCHUL MICHAEL WANG XIAO-JUN YANG BING-SHIOU ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 24/11/ /02494 ~ Complete ~ 54: COMBINATION ~ 71:GLAXOSMITHKLINE LLC One Franklin Plaza 200 North 16th Street Philadelphia Pennsylvania ~ 72:DUMBLE MELISSA GILMER TONA KUMAR RAKESH LAQUERRE SYLVIE LEBOWITZ PETER F MORRIS SHANNON RENAE ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 08/10/ /02495 ~ Complete ~ 54: COMBINATION ~ 71:GLAXOSMITHKLINE LLC One Franklin Plaza 200 North 16th Street Philadelphia Pennsylvania ~ 72:DUMBLE MELISSA GILMER TONA KUMAR RAKESH LAQUERRE SYLVIE LEBOWITZ PETER F MORRIS SHANNON RENAE ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 08/10/ /02496 ~ Complete ~ 54: ANTI-CD79B ANTIBODIES AND IMMUNOCONJUGATES AND METHODS OF USE ~ 71:GENENTECH INC 1 DNA Way South San Francisco California ~ 72:CHEN YVONNE DENNIS MARK DORNAN DAVID ELKINS KRISTI JUNUTULA JAGATH REDDY POLSON ANDREW ZHENG BING ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 20/05/ /02497 ~ Complete ~ 54: ENERGY GENERATION AND/OR STORAGE DEVICE BASED ON FIBRES AND THIN FILMS ~ 71:FACULDADE DE CIENCIAS E TECNOLOGIA DA UNIVERSIDADE NOVA DE LISBOA Campus Da Caparica Quinta Da Torre Caparica P ~ 72:DE PAIVA MARTINS RODRIGO FERRAO CORREIA FORTUNATO ELVIRA MARIA MERCES FERREIRA ISABEL MARIA MIRANDA RIBEIRO BORGES JOAO PAULO BERNARDINO BAPTISTA ANA CATARINA DE ALBUQUERQUE BRAS BRUNO ANDRE ~ 33: PT ~ 31: ~ 32: 29/09/ /02498 ~ Provisional ~ 54: METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR DRY FILTERING PROCESS GAS ~ 71:TENOVA PYROMET (PROPRIETARY) LIMITED 10 Sherbone Road Parktown Johannesburg 2193 ~ 72:JONKER PETRUS JOHANNES 2012/02499 ~ Complete ~ 54: A FIBER BED ASSEMBLY FOR A FIBER BED MIST ELIMINATOR ~ 71:MECS, INC Corporate Pointe South Outer Forty Road Suite 100, St.Louis, Missouri ~ 72:AZWELL DOUGLAS E MUELLER FREDERICK L ZIEBOLD STEVEN A BRUEMMER JULIE M ~ 33: US ~ 31: 12/ ~ 32: 04/11/ /02500 ~ Complete ~ 54: USE OF TOLL-LIKE RECEPTOR AND AGONIST FOR TREATING CANCER ~ 71:PANACELA LABS INC 73 High Street Buffalo New York ROSWELL PARK CANCER INSTITUTE Elm And Carlt on Streets Buffalo New York ~ 72:GUDKOV ANDREI V ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 07/10/ /02501 ~ Complete ~ 54: DIAPHRAGM OF PREDEFINED POROSITY AND METHOD OF MANUFACTURING THEREOF AND APPARATUS THEREFOR ~ 71:INDUSTRIE DE NORA S P A Via Bistolfi 35 I Milano ~ 72:MENEGHINI GIOVANNI MOJANA COPRADO PRADO FELIX ~ 33: IT ~ 31: MI2009A ~ 32: 03/12/ /02502 ~ Complete ~ 54: RSV-SPECIFIC BINDING MOLECULE ~ 71:MEDIMMUNE LTD Milstein Building Granta Park Cambridge CB21 6GH ~ 72:BEAUMONT TIM BAKKER ADRIANUS QUIRINUS YASUDA ETSUKO 2012/02503 ~ Complete ~ 54: REMOVABLE PROTECTIVE TOPCOAT FOR ARTIFICIAL NAIL COATINGS AND METHODS THEREFORE ~ 71:CREATIVE NAIL DESIGN INC 1125 Joshua Way Vista Califonia ~ 72:VU THONG H SCHOON DOUGLAS D ~ 33: US ~ 31: 12/ ~ 32: 05/10/ /02504 ~ Complete ~ 54: PROCESS FOR THE PREPARATION OF CALCOBUTROL ~ 71:BAYER PHARMA AKTIENGESELLSCHAFT Mullerstrasse Berlin ~ 72:PLATZEK JOHANNES TRENTMANN WILHELM ~ 33: DE ~ 31: ~ 32: 04/11/ /02505 ~ Complete ~ 54: SPOT-ON PESTICIDE COMPOSITION ~ 71:SERGEANT'S PET CARE PRODUCTS INC South 134th Street Omaha Nebraska ~ 72:NOUVEL LARRY ~ 33: US ~ 31: 12/ ~ 32: 22/09/ /02506 ~ Complete ~ 54: CANOLA PROTEIN PRODUCT FROM SUPERNATANT ~ 71:BURCON NUTRASCIENCE (MB) CORP 1388 Waller Avenue Winnipeg R3T 1P9 Manitoba ~ 72:MEDINA SARAH SCHWEIZER MARTIN GREEN BRENT E SEGALL KEVIN I WILLARDSEN RANDY LOGIE JAMES ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 17/09/ /02507 ~ Complete ~ 54: REMOVABLE COLOR LAYER FOR ARTIFICIAL NAIL COATINGS AND METHODS THEREFORE ~ 71:CREATIVE NAIL DESIGN INC 1125 Joshua Way Vista Califonia ~ 72:VU 29

30 THONG H LARSEN DIANE MARIE CONGER CHAD SCHOON DOUGLAS D ~ 33: US ~ 31: 12/ ~ 32: 05/10/ /02508 ~ Complete ~ 54: UN DISPOSITIVO DE TRANSFERENCIA DE CARGA PARA TRENES DE DISTRIBUCION DE SEMILLAS EN MAQUINAS SEMBRADORAS Y FERTILIZADORAS ~ 71:INSTITUTO NACIONAL DE TECNOLOGIA AGROPECUARIA Rivadavia 1439 C1033AAE Ciudad De Buenos Aires ~ 72:D'AMICO JUAN PABLO TESOURO MARIO OMAR ROMITO ANGEL ROBA MARCOS ANDRES ~ 33: AR ~ 31: P ~ 32: 07/04/ /02509 ~ Complete ~ 54: PRODUCTION OF HYDROCARBONS ~ 71:SASOL TECHNOLOGY (PROPRIETARY) LIMITED 1 Sturdee Avenue Rosebank Johannesburg 2196 ~ 72:VISAGIE JACOBUS LUCAS PRESTON HERMAN SAIB ABDOOL MUTHALIB ~ 33: ZA ~ 31: 2009/07133 ~ 32: 13/10/ /02510 ~ Complete ~ 54: ARTIFICIAL KIDNEY ~ 71:RELITECH BV Hoogstraat 24 B7 NL-3862 AL Nijkerk ~ 72:HOUWEN FRANCISCUS PETER MUSTERS JACOBUS CORNELIS VAN MIDDENDORP HENK ~ 33: EP ~ 31: ~ 32: 14/06/ /02511 ~ Provisional ~ 54: A THERMAL ENERGY STORAGE APPARATUS ~ 71:ZETTAJOULE SUSTAINABLE SOLUTIONS (PTY) LTD 21 Bayside Village 34 Pintail Street Somerset West 7130 ~ 72:LE GRANGE DEWALD JOHANDIA 2012/02512 ~ Complete ~ 54: METAL FIBER HAVING A CHAMFER IN THE FIBER EDGE EXTENDING IN THE LONGITUDINAL DIRECTION OF THE FIBER ~ 71:CENT & CENT GMBH & CO KG Benzstase 14 Erbach D ~ 72:STAHL KARL-HERMANN ~ 33: DE ~ 31: ~ 32: 08/10/ /02513 ~ Provisional ~ 54: PROPAGATION OF PLANTS ~ 71:UNIVERSITY OF LIMPOPO Turfloop Campus Tzaneen Road Mankweng 0727 Sovenga Limpopo ~ 72:NIKOLOVA ROUMIANA VASSILEVA RAMALEPE PHILLEMON DU PLESSIS HELENA JACOBA 2012/02514 ~ Complete ~ 54: USE OF CYCLIC KETO-ENOLS FOR COMBATING PLANT PATHOGENIC BACTERIA ~ 71:BAYER CROPSCIENCE AG Alfred-Nobel-Strasse Monheim ~ 72:THIELERT WOLFGANG ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 09/09/ /02515 ~ Complete ~ 54: USE OF VAP-1 INHIBITORS FOR TREATING FIBROTIC CONDITIONS ~ 71:BIOTIE THERAPEUTICS CORP Tykistokatu 6 FI Turku THE UNIVERSITY OF BIRMINGHAM EDGBASTON BIRMINGHAM, B15 2TT ~ 72:WESTON CHRISTOPHER ADAMS DAVID WESTERLUND NINA (DECEASED) OSTERMAN THUA (DECEASED) CLARIDGE LEE CHARLES SMITH DAVID PIHLAVISTO MARJO ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 12/04/ /02516 ~ Complete ~ 54: MACROCYCLIC INTEGRASE INHIBITORS ~ 71:ELANCO ANIMAL HEALTH IRELAND LTD Eli Lilly And Co P O Box 6288 Indianapolis Indiana ~ 72:THURING JOHANNES WILHELMUS J FORTIN JEROME MICHEL CLAUDE BONFANTI JEAN-FRANCOIS ~ 33: EP ~ 31: ~ 32: 13/10/ /02517 ~ Complete ~ 54: IMINOTHIADIAZINE DIOXIDE COMPOUNDS AS BACE INHIBITORS,COMPOSITIONS,AND THEIR USE ~ 71:SCHERING CORPORATION 2000 Galloping Hill Road Kenilworth New Jersey ~ 72:SCOTT JACK D GILBERT ERIC J ISERLOH ULRICH LI GUOQING STAMFORD ANDREW W CUMMING JARED N MISIASZEK JEFFREY A ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 08/10/ /02518 ~ Complete ~ 54: EXPRESSION SYSTEM ~ 71:GLAXOSMITHKLINE BIOLOGICALS S.A. Rue de l' Institut 89 B-1330 Rixensart ~ 72:BLAIS NORMAND DEWERCHIN MARIANNE MARTIN DENIS DEHOTTAY PHILIPPE MARC HELENE GOFFIN PHILIPPE ~ 33: GB ~ 31: ~ 32: 08/10/ /02519 ~ Complete ~ 54: METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING DISPOSABLE WEARING ARTICLE ~ 71:UNICHARM CORPORATION 182 Shimobun Kinsei-cho Shikokuchuo-shi Ehime ~ 72:YAMAMOTO HIROKI ~ 33: JP ~ 31: ~ 32: 07/10/ /02520 ~ Complete ~ 54: COMBINATION THERAPY USING A BETA 3 ADRENERGIC RECEPTOR AGONIST AND AN ANTIMUSCARINIC AGENT ~ 71:MERCK SHARP & DOHME CORP 126 East Lincoln Avenue Rahway New Jersey ~ 72:NAGABUKURO HIROSHI SINHAROY MARY STRUTHERS FRENKL TARA L EDMONDSON SCOTT D DENNEY WILLIAM S ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 07/10/ /02521 ~ Complete ~ 54: A MODULAR GARDEN BED ASSEMBLY ~ 71:BOSCH NEILL JONATHAN 124 Gardenia Drive Bonogin Queensland 4213 BIRD SIMON WILLIAM 8 Gleneagle Court Bonogin Queensland 4213 ~ 72:BOSCH NEILL JONATHAN BIRD SIMON WILLIAM ~ 33: AU ~ 31: ~ 32: 25/06/

31 2012/02522 ~ Complete ~ 54: DEVICE FOR ASSISTING IN THE UNDERWATER EXTRACTION OR INSERTION OF AN ELONGATE ELEMENT DISPOSED IN A PIPE,AND METHOD FOR ASSISTING IN THE EXTRACTION OR INSERTION OF ONE SUCH ELEMENT ~ 71:AREVA NP Tour Areva 1 Place Jean Millier, F Courbevoie ~ 72:LANGE FREDERIC MURAT GERARD FLOQUET JACQUES ~ 33: FR ~ 31: ~ 32: 16/09/ /02523 ~ Complete ~ 54: METHOD FOR THE PURIFICATION OF ADENOVIRUS PARTICLES ~ 71:CRUCELL HOLLAND B V Archimedesweg 4 NL 2333 CN Leiden ~ 72:DE VOCHT MARCEL LEO VEENSTRA MARLOES ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 15/10/ /02524 ~ Complete ~ 54: PROCESS FOR ADENOVIRUS PURIFICATION FROM HIGH CELL DENSITY CULTURES ~ 71:CRUCELL HOLLAND B V Archimedesweg 4 NL 2333 CN Leiden ~ 72:DE VOCHT MARCEL LEO VEENSTRA MARLOES ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 15/10/ /02525 ~ Complete ~ 54: FLIGHT SAIL,IN PARTICULAR A SAIL FOR A PARAGLIDER ~ 71:PORCHER INDUSTRIES F Badinieres ~ 72:FAUQUIGNON ERIC ~ 33: FR ~ 31: ~ 32: 11/09/ /02526 ~ Complete ~ 54: CARRAGEENAN-CONTAINING AQUEOUS ANTIMICROBIAL COMPOSITIONS ~ 71:THE POPULATION COUNCIL INC One Dag Hammarskjold Plaza new York New York ~ 72:MAGUIRE ROBIN A PHILLIPS DAVID M THORN MITCHELL RUTENBERG NAOMI ~ 33: US ~ 31: 12/ ~ 32: 06/10/ /02527 ~ Complete ~ 54: METERED LIQUID DROPLET INHALER ~ 71:SHL GROUP AB IP Department Box 1240 Augustendalsvagen 19 SE Nacka Strand ~ 72:BRUNNBERG LENNART RONQUIST NILS KARLSSON MARTIN ~ 33: SE ~ 31: ~ 32: 08/10/ /02528 ~ Complete ~ 54: OPTICAL STRUCTURE WITH A FLAT APEX ~ 71:SOLAREXCEL B V Keizerveld 30 NL-5803 AN Venray ~ 72:HERMANS KO SLAGER BENJAMIN ~ 33: EP ~ 31: ~ 32: 08/10/ /02529 ~ Complete ~ 54: REFORMABLE ENDOSCOPIC SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS ~ 71:SURGICAL INNOVATIONS LTD Clayton Wood House 6 Clayton Wood Bank Leeds West York-Shire LS16 6QZ ~ 72:DAVID MAIN Michael WHITE ~ 33: GB ~ 31: ~ 32: 08/10/ /02530 ~ Complete ~ 54: HETEROCYCLIC SULFONAMIDE DERIVATIVES USEFUL AS MEK INHIBITORS ~ 71:NOVARTIS AG Lichtstrasse 35 CH-4056 Basel ~ 72:BOCK MARK G CHIKKANNA DINESH MCCARTHY CLIVE MOEBITZ HENRIK PANDIT CHETAN ~ 33: IN ~ 31: 2678/CHE/2009 ~ 32: 04/11/ /02531 ~ Complete ~ 54: PHASE LAYERING APPARATUS AND METHOD FOR A COMPLETE AUDIO SIGNAL ~ 71:GOLDFARB BARRY STEPHEN 1678 Bent Oaks Boulevard Deland FL ~ 72:GOLDFARB BARRY STEPHEN ~ 33: US ~ 31: 12/ ~ 32: 11/09/ /02532 ~ Complete ~ 54: FIBRE WOUND VESSEL ~ 71:CARR ROGER 189 Newmarket Road Norwich Norfolk NR4 6AP ~ 72:CARR ROGER ~ 33: GB ~ 31: ~ 32: 16/12/ /02533 ~ Provisional ~ 54: CAPACITIVE SENSING ENABLED SWITCH MODE POWER SUPPLY AND DATA TRANSFER ~ 71:BRUWER FREDERICK JOHANNES 109 Main Street Paarl 7646 ~ 72:BRUWER FREDERICK JOHANNES VAN WYK DANIEL 2012/02573 ~ Provisional ~ 54: INVENTION OF ELECTRONIC WHEELS ~ 71:RAPHAEL NDLOVU 494 Ngwenya Street Dube Village P O Box 1801 Soweto Johannesburg ~ 72:RAPHAEL NDLOVU 2012/02574 ~ Provisional ~ 54: COMBUSTION CHAMBER FOR SPLIT CYCLE ENGINES ~ 71:MALCOLM GAVIN PORTEOUS 32 Antigo Falls Lingerette Avenue Sunninghill Gardens Sunninghill ~ 72:MALCOLM GAVIN PORTEOUS 2012/02575 ~ Provisional ~ 54: ROTARY AIR COMPRESSOR ~ 71:MALCOLM GAVIN PORTEOUS 32 Antigo Falls Lingerette Avenue Sunninghill Gardens Sunninghill ~ 72:MALCOLM GAVIN PORTEOUS 2012/02592 ~ Provisional ~ 54: SOCIAL NETWORK MARKETING ~ 71:LEDULA WEB SERVICES (PTY) LTD Nature Block A 472 Botterklappers Street Die Wilgers Pretoria ~ 72:TOMLINSON ATHOLL - APPLIED ON 10/04/ /02483 ~ Complete ~ 54: FLAT,TEXTILE GLASS FIBER MATERIAL ~ 71:VITRULAN TEXTILE GLASS GMBH Bernecker Strasse 8 Marktschorgast ~ 72:KATRIN ROTHE GUNNAR ZAPF MICHAEL GEBHARDT ~ 33: EP ~ 31: ~ 32: 16/10/

32 2012/02534 ~ Provisional ~ 54: A COLLAPSIBLE PADDOCK OR PEN ~ 71:THE TRUSTEES FOR THE TIME BEING OF THE SHELTER TRUST 22 La Barrage Avenue Helena Heights Somerset West 7130 Western Cape ~ 72:ENGLISH STEVEN 2012/02535 ~ Complete ~ 54: FENCE PANEL MANUFACTURE ~ 71:COCHRANE STEEL PRODUCTS (PTY) LIMITED 125 Fitter Road Spartan Kempton Park 1619 Gauteng ~ 72:CIOFFI MIKE ~ 33: ZA ~ 31: 2011/02557 ~ 32: 07/04/ /02536 ~ Provisional ~ 54: ALL WEATHER LNB COVER ~ 71:VINESHEN NAIDOO 23 Entabeni Road 6 Forest Glen Sarnia 3610 ~ 72:VINESHEN NAIDOO 2012/02537 ~ Provisional ~ 54: TH63-RIGID PRODUCT ~ 71:TOWER TECHNOLOGY HOLDINGS (PTY) LTD Building 16 CSIR Campus Meiring Naude Drive Scientia 0184 ~ 72:MICHAEL WINDSOR SYMONS 2012/02538 ~ Provisional ~ 54: HEAD AND NECK SUPPORT DEVICE ~ 71:CHRISTIE COLIN 39 Selati Street Ashlea Gardens Pretoria 0081 ~ 72:CHRISTIE COLIN 2012/02539 ~ Provisional ~ 54: RESCUE EQUIPMENT ~ 71:CHRISTIE COLIN 39 Selati Street Ashlea Gardens Pretoria 0081 ~ 72:CHRISTIE COLIN 2012/02540 ~ Provisional ~ 54: SUPER STOP LIGHT ~ 71:NICOLAAS MATINUS ROESTROFF ~ 72:NICOLAAS MATINUS ROESTROFF 2012/02541 ~ Provisional ~ 54: EASY PLATE ~ 71:JOHANNES HENDRIK JACOBUS VAN TONDER Burger Street 171 Burgerhof 2 Pretoria North 0182 ~ 72:JOHANNES HENDRIK JACOBUS VAN TONDER 2012/02542 ~ Provisional ~ 54: DEF BEARING HOUSE ~ 71:VAN DER WALT ERNST HENDRIK 96 Skilpad Ave Monument Park Pretoria DA SILVA FRANCOIS 96 Skilpad Ave Monument Park Pretoria DANIZ BUSAN 96 Skilpad Ave Monument Park Pretoria ~ 72:DANIZ BUSAN 2012/02543 ~ Complete ~ 54: SHIPPING OF LIQUIDS ~ 71:TRANS OCEAN BULK LOGISTICS LIMITED a United Kingdom company Trans Ocean House Tollbar Way Hedge End Southampton Hampshire SO30 2UH ~ 72:MCKENNA BRENDAN P ~ 33: GB ~ 31: ~ 32: 14/08/ /02544 ~ Complete ~ 54: NOVEL COMPOUNDS EFFECTIVE AS XANTHINE OXIDASE INHIBITORS,METHOD FOR PREPARING THE SAME,AND PHARMACEUTICAL COMPOSITION CONTAINING THE SAME ~ 71:LG LIFE SCIENCES LTD LG Gwanghwamun Bldg 92 Sinmunno 2-GA Jongno-Gu Seoul ~ 72:SONG JEONG UK KIM GEUN TAE CHOI SUNG PIL JUNG CHEOL KYU PARK DEOK SEONG CHOI EUN SIL KIM TAE HUN PARK HYUN JUNG PARK WAN SU PARK HEUI SUL KOO KI CHUL ARTEMOV VASILY ~ 33: KR ~ 31: ~ 32: 07/10/ /02545 ~ Complete ~ 54: LIGHT SOURCE ~ 71:CERAVISION LIMITED The Mansion Bletchley Park Wilton Avenue Bletchley Milton Keynes MK3 6EB ~ 72:PRESTON BARRY ~ 33: GB ~ 31: ~ 32: 21/10/ /02546 ~ Complete ~ 54: TREATMENT OF GENOTYPED DIABETIC PATIENTS WITH DPP-IV INHIBITORS SUCH AS LINAGLIPTIN ~ 71:BOEHRINGER INGELHEIM INTERNATIONAL GMBH Binger Strasse Ingelheim am Rhein ~ 72:DUGI KLAUS GRAEFE-MODY EVA ULRIKE MARK MICHAEL WOERLE HANS- JUERGEN ZIMDAHL-GELLING HEIKE ~ 33: EP ~ 31: ~ 32: 21/06/ /02547 ~ Complete ~ 54: COIL PACKAGING FOR SMOKELESS TOBACCO ~ 71:PHILIP MORRIS PRODUCTS S A Quai Jeanrenaud 3 CH-2000 Neuchatel ~ 72:ADAMS JOHN M HOLLAND TOMMY C ~ 33: US ~ 31: 12/ ~ 32: 09/10/ /02548 ~ Complete ~ 54: DETERGENT COMPOSITION ~ 71:RECKITT BENCKISER N. V. Siriusdreef WT Hoofddorp ~ 72:KRUBASIK LUCIA PREUSCHEN JUDITH ROY PAVLINKA STEIN ANDREA ~ 33: GB ~ 31: ~ 32: 09/10/ /02549 ~ Complete ~ 54: A REMOVABLE PLANT PROTECTION SYSTEM AND METHOD OF PROTECTING A PLANT ~ 71:HOLDING P.M.M. HOFF B.V. Franseweg PV Steenbergen ~ 72:HOFF PETRUS MATTHEUS MARIA ~ 33: NL ~ 31: ~ 32: 11/09/ /02550 ~ Complete ~ 54: ELEVATOR SYSTEM AND SUSPENSION FOR SUCH A SYSTEM ~ 71:INVENTIO AG Seestrasse 55 CH-6052 Hengiwil NW ~ 72:PERIC DANILO BERNER OLIVER ACH ERNST ~ 33: EP ~ 31: ~ 32: 14/10/ /02551 ~ Complete ~ 54: HIGH-CONCENTRATION PHOTOVOLTAIC SOLAR MODULE ~ 71:ABENGOA SOLAR NEW TECHNOLOGIES S.A Avenida de la Buhaira 2 E/41018 Sevilla ~ 72:CELAYA PRIETO FERNANDO DE DIOS PARDO ANTONIO MARTIN MAROTO CARLOS PENA CONSUEGRA FRANCISCO DAVID ~ 33: ES ~ 31: P ~ 32: 23/09/

33 2012/02552 ~ Complete ~ 54: INHIBITORS OF BRUTON'S TYROSINE KINASE ~ 71:PHARMACYCLICS INC 995 East Arques Avenue Sunnyvale CA ~ 72:CHEN WEI LOURY DAVID J MODY TARAK D VERNER ERIK SMYTH MARK STEPHEN LUO WENCHEN ~ 33: US ~ 31: 12/ ~ 32: 16/10/ /02553 ~ Complete ~ 54: PIRFENIDONE THERAPY AND INDUCERS OF CYTOCHROME P450 ~ 71:INTERMUNE INC 3280 Bayshore Boulevard Brisbane California ~ 72:BRADFORD WILLIAMSON ZIEGLER SZWARCBERG JAVIER ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 04/03/ /02554 ~ Complete ~ 54: RAPID-RELEASE BELT SPLICER AND METHOD OF OPERATION ~ 71:LAITRAM LLC Legal Department 220 Laitram Lane Harahan LA ~ 72:GUTTENBERG ROBERT G ~ 33: US ~ 31: 12/ ~ 32: 16/10/ /02555 ~ Complete ~ 54: METHODS OF ADMINISTERING PIRFENIDONE THERAPY ~ 71:INTERMUNE INC 3280 Bayshore Boulevard Brisbane California ~ 72:BRADFORD WILLIAMSON ZIEGLER SZWARCBERG JAVIER ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 04/03/ /02556 ~ Complete ~ 54: SAWING ROPE ~ 71:NV BEKAERT SA 2 Bekaertstraat B-8550 Zwevegem ~ 72:BAEKELANDT TOM GROENEN ROLAND VAN DER LINDEN STEVEN PERSOONE PETER ~ 33: EP ~ 31: ~ 32: 17/11/ /02557 ~ Complete ~ 54: METHOD FOR TREATING ANDROGEN RECEPTOR POSITIVE CANCERS ~ 71:HEALTH RESEARCH INC Elm And Carlton Streets Buffalo New York PANACELA LABS INC 73 High Street Buffalo New York ~ 72:GUROVA KATERINA NARIZHEVA NATALIA ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 23/10/ /02558 ~ Complete ~ 54: SEPARATION OF COMPONENTS FROM A MULTI-COMPONENT HYDROCARBON STREAM WHICH INCLUDES ETHYLENE ~ 71:SASOL TECHNOLOGY (PROPRIETARY) LIMITED 1 Sturdee Avenue Rosebank Johannesburg 2196 ~ 72:GILDENHUYS JOHANNES JOCHEMUS STONE ANDREW KENNETH REVELT WILLIAM FRANCIS ~ 33: ZA ~ 31: 2009/07265 ~ 32: 16/10/ /02559 ~ Complete ~ 54: WEARABLE ARTICLE WITH EXTENSIBLE FASTENING MEMBER HAVING STRESS DISTRIBUTION FEATURES AND/OR FASTENING COMBINATION PERFORMANCE CHARACTERISTICS ~ 71:THE PROCTER & GAMBLE COMPANY ONE PROCTER & GAMBLE PLAZA CINCINNATI OHIO ~ 72:KLINE MARK JAMES MASON OLIVER EDWIN CLARKE ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 15/10/ /02560 ~ Complete ~ 54: SPIROPIPERIDINE COMPOUNDS AND PHARMACEUTICAL USE THEREOF FOR TREATING DIABETES ~ 71:ELI LILLY AND COMPANY Lilly Corporate Center Indianapolis Indiana ~ 72:HAMDOUCHI CHAFIQ MAITI PRANAB LINESWALA JAYANA PANKAJ ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 11/02/ /02561 ~ Complete ~ 54: COMPOSITIONS AND METHODS FOR ENHANCING COGNITIVE AND RELATED FUNCTIONS IN ANIMALS ~ 71:NESTEC S A Avenue Nestle 55 CH-1800 Vevey ~ 72:ZANGHI BRIAN MICHAEL RAMADAN ZIAD SAAD ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 11/09/ /02562 ~ Complete ~ 54: REFLECTOR WITH FASTENING DEVICE FOR ANIMAL COLLARS ~ 71:BAYER ANIMAL HEALTH GMBH Leverkusen ~ 72:MULLER UWE STEINER INGRID VEHLING LISKA ~ 33: DE ~ 31: ~ 32: 11/09/ /02563 ~ Complete ~ 54: METHODS AND APPARATUS FOR SUBFRAME INTERLACING IN HETEROGENEOUS NETWORKS ~ 71:QUALCOMM INCORPORATED 5775 Morehouse Drive San Diego Carlifonia ~ 72:DAMNJANOVIC ALEKSANDAR BARANY PETER A WEI YONGBIN ~ 33: US ~ 31: 12/ ~ 32: 14/09/ /02565 ~ Complete ~ 54: SALTS OF SUNITINIB ~ 71:RANBAXY LABORATORIES LIMITED Head Office 12th Floor Devika Tower 06 Nehru Place New Delhi ~ 72:SANWAL SUDHIR SINGH SATHYANARAYANA SWARGAM PRASAD MOHAN KUMAR SARIDI MADHAVA DILEEP THAPER RAJESH KUMAR ~ 33: IN ~ 31: 1932/DEL/2009 ~ 32: 16/09/ /02566 ~ Complete ~ 54: CONTROL OF PUFF PROFILE ~ 71:BRITISH AMERICAN TOBACCO ( INVESMENTS) LIMITED Globe House 1 Water Street London WC2R 3LA ~ 72:WOODCOCK DOMINIC MURPHY JAMES ~ 33: GB ~ 31: ~ 32: 16/10/ /02567 ~ Complete ~ 54: MARKING PAPER PRODUCTS ~ 71:XYLECO, INC 271 Salem Street Unit L, Woburn Massachusette ~ 72:MEDOFF MARSHALL ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 14/10/

34 2012/02568 ~ Complete ~ 54: CHEST PROTECTOR ~ 71:SHOCK DOCTOR INC 2200 Fernbrook Lane North Suite 250 Plymouth Minnesota BEST BILL 2280 Shadowood Drive Orono Minnesota ~ 72:BEST BILL JOURDE BASTIEN ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 15/09/ /02569 ~ Complete ~ 54: MEDIUM VOLTAGE SWITCHGEAR ~ 71:ABB TECHNOLOGY AG Affolternstrasse 44 CH-8050 Zurich ~ 72:MILDES HARTMUT ~ 33: EP ~ 31: ~ 32: 13/10/ /02570 ~ Complete ~ 54: THREE-PHASE GASINSULATED MEDIUM VOLTAGE SWITCHING DEVICE ~ 71:ABB TECHNOLOGY AG Affolternstrasse 44 CH-8050 Zurich ~ 72:HYRENBACH MAIK MAI KASIMIR ~ 33: EP ~ 31: ~ 32: 13/10/ /02571 ~ Complete ~ 54: POWER GENERATION APPARATUS ~ 71:GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY 1 RIVER ROAD SCHENECTADY NEW YORK ~ 72:KUMAR AJITH KUTTANNAIR ~ 33: US ~ 31: 12/ ~ 32: 02/10/ /02817 ~ Provisional ~ 54: WEAR RESISTANT LINER ~ 71:FRASER GEORGE WILSON 160 Wright Road Nuffield Springs ~ 72:FRASER GEORGE WILSON - APPLIED ON 11/04/ /02572 ~ Complete ~ 54: TWO WIRE DAISY CHAIN ~ 71:DETNET SOUTH AFRICA (PTY) LIMITED AECI Place The Woodlands Woodlands Drive Woodmead Sandton ~ 72:SCHLENTER CRAIG CHARLES ~ 33: ZA ~ 31: 2010/03087 ~ 32: 04/05/ /02576 ~ Provisional ~ 54: OLEADIM CHEMS ~ 71:DIMPHO MAGAPA PO Box 1093 Steelpoort 1133 ~ 72:DIMPHO MAGAPA 2012/02577 ~ Provisional ~ 54: GLASS CRUSHING MACHINE ~ 71:KOBEDI HENRY DIALE 4987 Manyane Str Kagiso 1754 Mogale City ~ 72:KOBEDI HENRY DIALE 2012/02578 ~ Provisional ~ 54: ALERTING LIGHTS FOR ALL MOTOR VEHICLES ~ 71:HARRIS BRIAN STANLEY 2 Ingelewe Road Emmarentia Johannesburg 2195 ~ 72:HARRIS BRIAN STANLEY 2012/02579 ~ Provisional ~ 54: PREVENTION OF OCCLUSSION OF SOLIDS, OF SEMI-SOLIDS AND IN FLUIDS ~ 71:HEUGH EDNA ROSE 26 13th Street Greymont Johannesburg 2195 ~ 72:HEUGH EDNA ROSE 2012/02580 ~ Provisional ~ 54: PORTABLE TIRE SHREADER ~ 71:GOOLAM MOHAMMAD HASSEN 25 Birmingham Rd Benoni South 1502 ~ 72:ALBERT NORMAN WSSON 2012/02581 ~ Provisional ~ 54: ALL IN ONE SPA ~ 71:SHAWN DE BRUYN 969 Spaargeld Ave Strubenvallei 1724 LEE GRANT 696 Spaargeld Ave Strubenvallei 1724 ~ 72:SHAWN DE BRUYN LEE GRANT 2012/02582 ~ Provisional ~ 54: MOBILE ETHYLENE GAS GENERATOR ~ 71:WISTON FINK 25 North Rand Rd Bayers Park Bosburg 1495 ~ 72:WISTON FINK 2012/02583 ~ Provisional ~ 54: TRUCK WHEEL LIFTER ~ 71:ALBERT NORMAN WESSON 25 North Rand Road Beyers Park Boksburg 1459 ~ 72:ALBERT NORMAN WSSON 2012/02585 ~ Provisional ~ 54: DRY TOILET ~ 71:CEDRIC RAYMOND DE LA HARPE 44 Avalanche Street Westdene Johannesburg 2092 ~ 72:CEDRIC RAYMOND DE LA HARPE 2012/02586 ~ Provisional ~ 54: CONVEYOR IDLER ROLL ~ 71:TERENCE JAHES SCANCON 31 Linksfield Road Edenvale 1609 ~ 72:TERENCE JAILES SCANLON 2012/02587 ~ Complete ~ 54: SWEEPING FILTRATION SYSTEM FOR A COOLING TOWER ~ 71:JACOBS ALBERT 83 Zinbali Estate Sovereign Street Strubensvallei 1725 ~ 72:JACOBS ALBERT SMIT KEVIN 2012/02588 ~ Provisional ~ 54: ADVERTISING ASSEMBLY ~ 71:MAY ALLAN ROBERT 26 Timberwood Estate Dale Lace Avenue Randpark Ridge 2156 ~ 72:MAY ALLAN ROBERT 2012/02589 ~ Complete ~ 54: BRUCELLA PHAGE POLYNUCLEOTIDES AND USES THEREOF ~ 71:THE STATE OF ISRAEL,MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE & RURAL DEVELOPMENT,KIMRON VETERINARY INSTITUTE P O Box Beit-Dagan ~ 72:BANAI MENACHEN STRADA VALERIA BARDENSTEIN SVETLANA BEN-ASOULI ITZHAK OSMOAN FARHAT ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/272,574 ~ 32: 07/10/ /02590 ~ Provisional ~ 54: MULTI-PANEL CLOUSURE ~ 71:VAN DER LEEK ROBERT BENJAMIN 1 Crown Crescent Vierlanden Durbanville 7550 ~ 72:VAN DER LEEK ROBERT BENJAMIN 2012/02591 ~ Complete ~ 54: PAD COVER ~ 71:CLADS4PADS PTY LTD C/-Clarendon Lawyers Pty Ltd Rialto North Tower Level 17, 525 Collins Street Melbourne Victoria 3000 ~ 72:CROFT NEIL DAVID ~ 33: AU ~ 31: ~ 32: 11/09/

35 2012/02593 ~ Complete ~ 54: OPEN MESH MATERIAL AND BAGS MADE THEREFROM ~ 71:XMESH TECHNOLOGY GNBH Millergasse 9 A-1060 Wien ~ 72:FREI ROBERT HEFNER CORBETT LANDERTSHAMER FRITZ MUELLER ALAN ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/303,290 ~ 32: 10/02/ /02594 ~ Complete ~ 54: CENTRIFUGAL CEILING FAN ~ 71:SECCARECCIA ALESSANDRO 8400 Pontmain Montreal Quebec H14R 2R7 ~ 72:SECCARECCIA ALESSANDRO ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/257,594 ~ 32: 03/11/ /02595 ~ Complete ~ 54: IMPROVED FOMULATIONS ~ 71:JAGOTEC AG Eptingerstrasse 61 CH-4132 Muttenz ~ 72:MUELLER-WALZ RUDI FUEG LISE-MARIE ~ 33: GB ~ 31: ~ 32: 16/10/ /02596 ~ Complete ~ 54: COMPOUNDS FOR THE TREATMENT OF DYSLIPIDEMIA AND RELATED DISEASES ~ 71:CADILA HEALTHCARE LIMITED Zydus Tower Satellite Cross Roads Ahmedebad ~ 72:PINGALI HARIKISHORE KALAPATAPU V V M SAIRAM MAKADIA PANKAJ JAIN MUKUL R ~ 33: IN ~ 31: 2292/MUM/2009 ~ 32: 01/10/ /02597 ~ Complete ~ 54: PROCESS FOR PRODUCING MIDDLE DISTILLATE FORM FISCHER-TROPSCH WAXES USING A CATALYST BASED ON A ZEOLITE MODIFIED BY A BASIC TREATMENT ~ 71:IFP ENERGIES NOUVELLES 1 et 4 avenue de Bois-Preau Rueli-Malmaison Cedex ENI S P A Piazzale E Mattel 1 I Rome ~ 72:SIMON LAURENT BOUCHY CHRISTOPHE GUILLON EMMANUELLE ~ 33: FR ~ 31: ~ 32: 10/11/ /02598 ~ Complete ~ 54: NEBULIZER ~ 71:BOEHRINGER INGELHEIM INTERNATIONAL GMBH Binger Strasse Ingelheim am Rhein ~ 72:BACH ALEXANDER BESSELER JENS HOLAKOVSKY HOLGER KAEMPER MARKUS KRAKOWKA MANUEL WUTTKE GILBERT ~ 33: EP ~ 31: ~ 32: 25/11/ /02599 ~ Complete ~ 54: AXLE SHAFT COVER PLATE WITH BEARING ASSEMBLY ~ 71:CATERPILLAR INC 100 NE Adams Street Peoria Illinois ~ 72:WHITE DAVID M OAKLAY CHRISTOPHER G KABRICK KEITH A ~ 33: US ~ 31: 12/567,153 ~ 32: 25/09/ /02600 ~ Complete ~ 54: AQUEOUS SLURRIES COMPRISING FINE CALCIUM CARBONATE PARTICLES FOR USE IN PAPER COATINGS ~ 71:OMYA DEVELOPMENT AG Baslestrasse 42 CH-4665 Oftringen ~ 72:KASSBERGER MICHAEL GANE PATRICK A C BLUVOL GUILLERMO ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/340,061 ~ 32: 11/03/ /02601 ~ Complete ~ 54: CEMENTED CARBIDE AND PROCESS FOR PRODUCING SAME ~ 71:ELEMENT SIX GMBH Stadeweg Burghaun ~ 72:RIES BERND HEINRICH LACHMANN FRANK FRIEDRICH KONYASHIN IGOR YURI ~ 33: GB ~ 31: ~ 32: 13/11/ /02602 ~ Complete ~ 54: CO-CRYSTAL STRUCTURE OF FACTOR D AND ANTI-FACTOR D ANTIBODY ~ 71:GENENTECH INC 1 DNA Way South San Francisco California ~ 72:CAMPAGEN MENNO VAN LOOKEREN WIESMANN CHRISTIAN ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/281,716 ~ 32: 20/11/ /02603 ~ Complete ~ 54: PHASE-SHIFTED CENTER-DISTANCE DIFFRACTIVE DESIGN FOR OCULAR IMPLANT ~ 71:NOVARTIS AG Lichtstrasse 35 CH-4056 Basel ~ 72:HONG XIN ZHANG XIAXIAO KARAKELLE MUTLU ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/254,938 ~ 32: 26/10/ /02604 ~ Complete ~ 54: BRAKE PAD FOR VEHICLE DISC BRAKE ~ 71:CONSULPLAST S R L Strada Mezzi PO 98/C Settimo L Torinese (Torino) ~ 72:PASSALACQUA MONICA PASSALACQUA ROBERTO OLIVERO CORRADO MAZZUCCHETTI CARLA ~ 33: IT ~ 31: TO2009A ~ 32: 17/09/ /02605 ~ Complete ~ 54: ELICITING IMMUNE RESPONSES USING RECOMBINANT MVA VIRUSES EXPRESSING HIV ENV, GAG AND POL ANITGENS ~ 71:GEOVAX INC 1900 Lake PArk Drive Suit 380 Smyrna Georgia THE GOVERMENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,AS PRESENTED BY THE SECRETARY,DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES Office of technology transfer 6011 Executive Boulevard Suite 325 Rockville Maryland EMORY UNIVERSITY 1599 Clifton Road NE 4th Floor Atlanta GA ~ 72:ROBINSON HARRIET L MOSS BERNARD WYATT LINDA S AMARA RAMA R ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/251,119 ~ 32: 13/10/ /02606 ~ Complete ~ 54: PROCESS FOR THE PURIFICATION OF AN AQUEOUS STREAM COMING FROM THE FISCHER TROPSCH REACTION ~ 71:ENI S P A Piazzale E Mattel 1 I Rome ~ 72:LOCATTELLI LINO CARNELLI LINO ~ 33: IT ~ 31: MI2009A ~ 32: 08/10/ /02607 ~ Complete ~ 54: USING CELL DEBRIS GENERATED FORM PHA RECOVERY FOR ENHANCED CELL GROWTH AND BIOPOLYESTER FORMATION ~ 71:BIO ON S.R.L Via Dante Alighier 7/B San Giorgio Di Piano (Bologna) ~ 72:YU JIAN 35

36 2012/02608 ~ Complete ~ 54: HBV ANTISENSE INHIBITORS ~ 71:GLAXO GROUP LIMITED a company incorporated in England & Wales Glaxo Wellcome House Berkeley Avenue Greenford Middlesex UB6 ONN England ~ 72:HAMATAKE ROBERT ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/252,380 ~ 32: 16/10/ /02609 ~ Complete ~ 54: CONCENTRATOR FOR SOLAR ENERGY GENERATION AND THE PRODUCTION THEREOF FROM POLYMERIC MATERIALS ~ 71:EVONIK DEGUSSA GMBH Rellinghauser Strasse Essen ~ 72:NUMRICH UWE ARNOLD WERNER ARNDT THOMAS OLBRICH MICHAEL ~ 33: DE ~ 31: ~ 32: 12/10/ /02610 ~ Complete ~ 54: IL-1 BINDING PROTEINS ~ 71:ABB LABORATORIES 100 Abbott PArk Road Abbott Park IL ~ 72:HSIEN CHUNG-MING MILLER RENEE WU CHENGBIN AMBROSI DOMINIC J ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/251,856 ~ 32: 15/10/ /02611 ~ Complete ~ 54: PROCESS FOR THE PREPARETION OF FOSAMPRENAVIR CALCIUM ~ 71:RANBAXY LABORATORIES LIMITED Head Office 12th Floor Devika Tower 06 Nehru Place New Delhi ~ 72:RICHHARIYA SANTOSH KSHIRSAGAR PRAKASH SINGH KAPTAN BHOGE SATISH MANOHAR ~ 33: IN ~ 31: 1933/DEL/2009 ~ 32: 16/09/ /02612 ~ Complete ~ 54: COMBINATION ~ 71:GLAXOSMITHKLINE LLC One Franklin Plaza 200 North 16th Street Philadelphia PA ~ 72:DUMBLE MELISSA LAQUERRE SYLVIE KUMAR RAKESH LEBOWITZ PETER ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/252,213 ~ 32: 16/10/ /02613 ~ Complete ~ 54: SPIRO-CONDENSED CYCLOHEXANE DERIVATIVES AS HSL INHIBITORS USEFUL FOR THE TREATMENT OF DIABETES ~ 71:F.HOFFMANN LA ROCHE AG Grenzacherstrasse 124 CH-4070 Basel Switzerland ~ 72:ACKERMANN JEAN CONTE AURELIA NEIDHART WERNER SCHULZ- GASCH TANJA BRUGGER STEPHAN HUNZIKER DANIEL NETTEKOVEN MATTHIAS WERTHEIMER STANLEY ~ 33: EP ~ 31: ~ 32: 15/10/ /02614 ~ Complete ~ 54: POLYCRYSTALLINE COMPACTS INCLUDING NANOPARTICULATE INCLUSIONS, CUTTING ELEMENTS AND EARTH-BORING TOOLS INCLUDING SUCH COMPACTS, AND METHODS OF FORMING SUCH COMPACTS ~ 71:BAKER HUGHES INCORPORATED P O Box 4740 Houston Texas ~ 72:DIGIOVANNI ANTHONY A SCOTT DANNY E ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/252,049 ~ 32: 15/10/ /02615 ~ Complete ~ 54: PHARMACEUTICAL COMPOSITIONS ~ 71:RIB-X PHARMACEUTICALS INC 300 George Street Suite 301 New Haven CT ~ 72:BUKAR ERIC S LI DANPING ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/251,023 ~ 32: 13/10/ /02616 ~ Complete ~ 54: GAS INSULATED MEDIUM VOLTAGE SWITCHGEAR ~ 71:ABB TECHNOLOGY AG Affolternstrasse 44 CH-8050 Zurich ~ 72:MILDES HARTMUT WUILLEMET NORBERT FUSSBAHN OLAF GOTTLICH STEFAN ~ 33: EP ~ 31: ~ 32: 13/10/ /02617 ~ Complete ~ 54: GAS INSULATED SWITCHGEAR ~ 71:ABB TECHNOLOGY AG Affolternstrasse 44 CH-8050 Zurich ~ 72:HYRENBACH MAIK FUBBAHN OLAF KLAES WALTER ~ 33: EP ~ 31: ~ 32: 13/10/ /02618 ~ Complete ~ 54: COMBINATIONS OF A P13K INHIBITOR AND A MEK INHIBITOR ~ 71:F.HOFFMANN LA ROCHE AG Grenzacherstrasse 124 CH-4070 Basel Switzerland ~ 72:BELVIN MARCIA PRESCOTT JOHN CHAN IRIS T HOEFLICH KLAUS P WALLIN JEFFREY FRIEDMAN LORI ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/250,852 ~ 32: 12/10/ /02619 ~ Complete ~ 54: PHARMACEUTICALLY USEFUL HETEROCYCLE-SUSBTITUTED LACTAMS ~ 71:CYLENE PHARMACEUTICALS INC 5820 Nancy Ridge drive Suite 200 San Diego California ~ 72:HADDACH MUSTAPHA RAFFAELE NICHOLAS RYCKMAN DAVID M ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/371,147 ~ 32: 05/08/ /02620 ~ Complete ~ 54: SUNLIGHT COLLECTION SYSTEM, AND METHOD FOR ADJUSTING REFLECTING MIRROR OF SUNLIGHT COLLECTION SYSTEM ~ 71:MITSUBISHI HEAVY INDUSTRIES LTD 16-5 Konan 2-Chome Minato-Ku Tokyo ~ 72:MIZUTA KEIJI MAEDA MANABU OKUBO TAKESHI OTANI YUICHI TAGAWA MASASHI ~ 33: JP ~ 31: ~ 32: 06/11/ /02829 ~ Provisional ~ 54: INFANT GARMENT ~ 71:STRYDOM NICOLAAS JOHANNES 8 Thibault Street Parel Vallei Somerset West 7130 ~ 72:STRYDOM NICOLAAS JOHANNES ERASMUS JOHANNES JACOBUS - APPLIED ON 12/04/

37 2012/02584 ~ Provisional ~ 54: MOTOR CYCLE HITCH ~ 71:SHAWN DE BRUYN 969 Spaargeld Ave Strubenvallei 1724 ~ 72:SHAWN DE BRUYN 2012/02621 ~ Provisional ~ 54: ROTARY SPLIT CYCLE COMBUSTION ENGINE ~ 71:MALCOLM GAVIN PORTEOUS 32 Antigo Falls Lingerette Avenue Sunninghill Gardens Sunninghill ~ 72:MALCOLM GAVIN PORTEOUS 2012/02622 ~ Provisional ~ 54: ROTARY COMPRESSOR ~ 71:MALCOLM GAVIN PORTEOUS 32 Antigo Falls Lingerette Avenue Sunninghill Gardens Sunninghill ~ 72:MALCOLM GAVIN PORTEOUS 2012/02623 ~ Provisional ~ 54: REVERSED MAGNETIC POLE ELECTROMAGNET ~ 71:JACOBUS JOHANNES VAN DER MERWE PIERNEET STREET 1060 VILLIERIA PRETORIA 0186 ~ 72:JACOBUS JOHANNES VAN DER MERWE 2012/02624 ~ Provisional ~ 54: HYDRO STORAGE WALL ~ 71:GARY CLIFFORD KRAEMER P O Box 74 Glenvista 2058 ~ 72:GARY CLIFFORD KRAEMER 2012/02625 ~ Provisional ~ 54: EXERCISE MACHINE ~ 71:WILLEM JOHANNES VAN STRAATEN 130 Trafalgar Street Sandhurst 2196 ~ 72:WILLEM JOHANNES VAN STRAATEN 2012/02626 ~ Complete ~ 54: FUNCTIONALIZED POLYMERS AND METHODS FOR THEIR MANUFACTURE ~ 71:BRIDGESTONE CORPORATION 10-1 Kyobashi 1-Chome Chuo-ku TOKYO ~ 72:LUO STEVEN ~ 33: US ~ 31: 12/ ~ 32: 30/09/ /02627 ~ Complete ~ 54: METAL PROFILE MEMBER TO BE USED AS A FORMWORK ASSISTING IN THE CONSTRUCTION OF METAL/CONCRETE FLOORING ~ 71:TUBE PROFIL EQUIPMENT-ETS JEAN MINISCLOUX Zone Industrielle-4 Rue Du 19 Mars 1962 F Le Coudray ~ 72:FRANCIS MINISCLOUX ~ 33: FR ~ 31: ~ 32: 25/09/ /02628 ~ Complete ~ 54: REMOTE COMMUNICATION SYSTEM AND METHOD ~ 71:NOKIA CORPORATION Keilalahdentie 4 FIN Espoo ~ 72:RAFFLE HEYES MORI KOICHI SPASOJEVIC MIRJANA BALLAGAS RAFAEL HORII HIROSHI REVELLE GLENDA ~ 33: US ~ 31: 12/ ~ 32: 17/09/ /02629 ~ Complete ~ 54: METHOD FOR PREPARATION OF CARBAMIC ACID (R)-1-ARYL-2- TETRAZOLYL-ETHYL ESTER ~ 71:SK BIOPHARMACEUTICALS CO LTD 99 Seorin-Dong Jongro-Gu Seoul ~ 72:LIM SANG CHUL UHM MOO YONG LEE DAE WON KIM HUI HO LEE DONG HO LEE HYUN SEOK ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 15/10/ /02656 ~ Complete ~ 54: ANTIPERSPIRANT THAT REDUCES/ELIMINATES YELLOWING ON CLOTHING ~ 71:COLGATE-PALMOLIVE CO 300 Park Avenue New York N.Y ~ 72:GALE ANNE JOHANSSON MARIE ADAMS RICHARD TINSLEY REBECCA ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 15/12/ /02657 ~ Complete ~ 54: USE OF THE SPARC MICROENVIRONMENT SIGNATURE IN THE TREATMENT OF CANCER ~ 71:ABRAXIS BIOSCIENCE LLC Wilshire Boulevard Suite 2000 Los Angeles California ~ 72:TRIEU VUONG DESAI NEIL ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 18/09/ /02658 ~ Complete ~ 54: NETWORK MONITORING AND ANALYSIS TOOL ~ 71:3RD BRAND PTE LTD 100 Beach Road #25-06 Shaw Towers ~ 72:UNDERWOOD JOHN ANTHONY LEINONEN RAINER KEYS CHRISTOPHER EDWARD KERO MARKKU ~ 33: SG ~ 31: ~ 32: 24/09/ /02659 ~ Complete ~ 54: ARYL-AND HETEROARYLCARBONYL DERIVATIVES OF HEXAHYDROINDENOPYRIDINE AND OCTAHYDROBENZOQUINOLINE ~ 71:VITAE PHARMACEUTICALS INC 502 West Office Centre Drive Fort Washington PA BOEHRINGER INGELHEIM INTERNATIONAL GMBH Binger Strasse Ingelheim am Rhein ~ 72:ECKHARDT MATTHIAS NAR HERBERT ZHUANG LINGHANG PETERS STEFAN HIMMELSBACH FRANK ~ 33: EP ~ 31: ~ 32: 06/11/ /02660 ~ Complete ~ 54: HIGH PRESSURE HIGH CO2 REMOVAL CONFIGURATIONS AND METHODS ~ 71:FLUOR TECHNOLOGIES CORP 3 Polaris Way Aliso Viejo California ~ 72:MAK JOHN ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 18/09/ /02661 ~ Complete ~ 54: METHOD OF CONTROLLING THE THERMAL BALANCE OF THE REACTION SHAFT OF A SUSPENSION SMELTING FURNACE AND A CONCENTRATE BURNER ~ 71:OUTOTEC OYJ Riihitontuntie 7 FI Espoo ~ 72:SIPILA JUSSI BJORKLUND PETER AHOKAINEN TAPIO LAHTINEN MARKKU PELTONIEMI KAARLE PESONEN LAURI P ~ 33: FI ~ 31: ~ 32: 11/12/ /02662 ~ Complete ~ 54: METHOD OF FEEDING FUEL GAS INTO THE REACTION SHAFT OF A SUSPENSION SMELTING FURNACE AND A CONCENTRATE BURNER ~ 71:OUTOTEC OYJ Riihitontuntie 7 FI Espoo ~ 72:SIPILA JUSSI ~ 33: FI ~ 31: ~ 32: 19/10/

38 2012/02663 ~ Complete ~ 54: CLONING AND EXPLOITATION OF A FUNCTIONAL R-GENE FROM SOLANUM CHACOENSE ~ 71:WAGENINGEN UNIVERSITEIT Droevendaalsesteeg 4 NL-6708 PB Wageningen ~ 72:VOSSEN JACOBUS HUBERTUS ARENS-DE REUVER MARION JOHANNA BARBARA JACOBSEN EVERT NIJENHUIS MAARTEN VAN DER VOSSEN EDWIN ANDRIES GERARD VISSER RICHARD GERARDUS FRANCISCUS ~ 33: EP ~ 31: ~ 32: 18/09/ /02664 ~ Complete ~ 54: TREATMENT USING REPROGRAMMED MATURE ADULT CELLS ~ 71:TRISTEM TRADING (CYPRUS) LTD Arch makariou III 2-4 Capital Center 9th Floor Nicosia P.C ~ 72:ABULJADAYEL IIHAM MOHAMED SALEH SAEED 2012/02665 ~ Complete ~ 54: HIGH HARDNESS,HIGH TOUGHNESS IRON-BASE ALLOYS AND METHODS FOR MAKING SAME ~ 71:ATI PROPERTIES INC 1600 N.E. Old Salem Road Albany OR ~ 72:BAILEY RONALD E PARAYIL THOMAS R SWIATEK GLENN J ~ 33: US ~ 31: 12/ ~ 32: 19/10/ /02666 ~ Complete ~ 54: METHOD OF USING A SUSPENSION SMELTING FURNACE,A SUSPENSION SMELTING FURNACE,AND A CONCENTRATE BURNER ~ 71:OUTOTEC OYJ Riihitontuntie 7 FI Espoo ~ 72:SIPILA JUSSI BJORKLUND PETER AHOKAINEN TAPIO EKLUND KAJ LAHTINEN MARKKU PELTONIEMI KAARLE PESONEN LAURI P ~ 33: FI ~ 31: ~ 32: 11/12/ /02667 ~ Complete ~ 54: SUBSTITUTED PIPERIDINES THAT INCREASE P53 ACTIVITY AND THE USES THEREOF ~ 71:SCHERING CORPORATION 2000 Galloping Hill Road Kenilworth New Jersey ~ 72:BOGEN STEPHANE L WANG YAOLIN NAIR LATHA G VOSS MATTHEW ERNST PAN WEIDONG KULKARNI BHEEMASHANKAR A LIU YUAN RINDGEN DIANE GUZI TIMOTHY J NOMEIR AMIN SHIPPS JR GERALD W MA YAO LAHUE BRIAN ROBERT SHIZUKA MANAMI KIROVA-SNOVER MARGARITA TIAN YUAN GIBEAU CRAIG R SCAPIN GIOVANNA DOLL RONALD J HICKLIN DANNY J SEIDEL-DUGAN CYNTHIA MACCOSS MALCOLM ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 16/10/ /02668 ~ Complete ~ 54: 2-AMINO-5,5-DIFLUORO-5,6-DIHYDRO-4H-OXAZINES AS BACE 1 AND/OR BACE 2 INHIBITORS ~ 71:F HOFFMANN-LA ROCHE AG GRENZACHERSTRASSE 124 CH-4070 BASLE SIENA BIOTECH SPA Strada Del Petriccio e Belriguardo 35 I Siena ~ 72:BANNER DAVID HILPERT HANS MAYWEG ALEXANDER V PINARD EMMANUEL ROGERS-EVANS MARK WOSTL WOLFGANG GUBA WOLFGANG MAUSER HARALD NARQUIZIAN ROBERT POWER EOIN WOLTERING THOMAS ~ 33: EP ~ 31: ~ 32: 11/12/ /02669 ~ Complete ~ 54: MEDIUM VOLTAGE SWITCHGEAR HAVING DISCONNECTING SWITCHES AND THREE-POSITION SWITCHES ~ 71:ABB TECHNOLOGY AG Affolternstrasse 44 CH-8050 Zurich ~ 72:HYRENBACH MAIK ZITZMANN ROBBY ~ 33: DE ~ 31: ~ 32: 14/10/ /02670 ~ Complete ~ 54: METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR ENCODING AND DECODING CODING UNIT OF PICTURE BOUNDARY ~ 71:SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS CO LTD 416 Maetan-dong Yeongtong-gu Suwon-si Gyeonggi-do ~ 72:CHEON MIN-SU ~ 33: KR ~ 31: ~ 32: 30/10/ /02671 ~ Complete ~ 54: HONEY COMB MATRIX COMPRISING MACRO POROUS DESICCANT,PROCESS AND USE THEREOF ~ 71:DESICCANT ROTORS INTERNATIONAL PVT LTD 20 Rajpur Road Delhi ~ 72:PAHWA DEEPAK CHOUDHARY ANIL KUMAR ~ 33: IN ~ 31: 2131/DEL/2009 ~ 32: 13/10/ /02672 ~ Provisional ~ 54: A FILTER ASSEMBLY FOR A CONTAINER ~ 71:ARMSTRONG SEAN TERRENCE 17 Smith Street Bedfordview 2007 Johannesburg ~ 72:ARMSTRONG SEAN TERRENCE 2012/02673 ~ Complete ~ 54: DIAGNOSIS AND MAINTENANCE DEVICE FOR A SWITCHGEAR ASSEMBLY AND CORRESPONDING SWITCHGEAR ASSEMBLY ~ 71:ABB AG incorporated in Germany Kallstadter Strase Mannheim ~ 72:MERKEL HANS-PETER GRAF RALF FORSTBACH MATTHIAS ~ 33: DE ~ 31: ~ 32: 19/10/ /02630 ~ Complete ~ 54: METHOD FOR REDUCING NITROUS OXIDE EMISSION FROM SOILS ~ 71:BASF SE D Ludwigshafen ~ 72:GEWEHR MARKUS WILLE ANSGAR GEIGER CHRISTINA LUTZ HANS-JURGEN BRAHM LUTZ WISSEMEIER ALEXANDER ~ 33: EP ~ 31: ~ 32: 16/09/ /02631 ~ Complete ~ 54: HCV PROTEASE INHIBITORS ~ 71:TAIGEN BIOTECHNOLOGY CO., LTD. 7F 138 Shin Ming Rd Neihu Dist Taipei 114 ~ 72:LIU CHEN-FU LEE KUANG-YUAN CHENG PEI-CHIN LIU YO- CHIN LO PIN TSENG KUO-FENG CHEN CHIH-MING KING CHI-HSIN RICHARD LIN CHU-CHUNG 2012/02632 ~ Complete ~ 54: OMNIDIRECTIONAL ANTENNA WITH A NULL IN A SELECTED DIRECTION ~ 71:VODACOM (PROPRIETARY) LIMITED 082 Vodacom Boulevard Voda Valley Midrand Gauteng ~ 38

39 72:MAYHEW-RIDGERS GORDON VAN JAARSVELD PAUL ANDRIES ~ 33: ZA ~ 31: 2011/02711 ~ 32: 12/04/ /02633 ~ Complete ~ 54: HYDROCARBON GAS PROCESSING ~ 71:ORTLOFF ENGINEERS, LTD 415 W.WALL Suit 2000 Midlands TX ~ 72:MARTINEZ TONY L WILKINSON JOHN D LYNCH JOE T HUDSON HANK M CUELLAR KYLE T ~ 33: US ~ 31: 12/ ~ 32: 26/08/ /02634 ~ Complete ~ 54: HYDROCARBON GAS PROCESSING ~ 71:ORTLOFF ENGINEERS, LTD 415 W.WALL Suit 2000 Midlands TX ~ 72:MARTINEZ TONY L WILKINSON JOHN D LYNCH JOE T HUDSON HANK M CUELLAR KYLE T ~ 33: US ~ 31: 12/ ~ 32: 26/08/ /02635 ~ Complete ~ 54: ACYLAMINO-SUBSTITUTED CYCLIC CARBOXYLIC ACID DERIVATIVES AND THEIR USE AS PHARMACEUTICALS ~ 71:SANOFI 174 Avenue de France Paris ~ 72:PERNERSTORFER JOSEF KLEEMANN HEINZ-WERNER SCHAEFER MATTHIAS SAFAROVA ALENA PATEK MARCEL ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 31/03/ /02636 ~ Complete ~ 54: COMPOSITIONS COMPRISING SCYLLO-INOSITOL DERIVATIVES AND METHODS TO TREAT DISORDERS OF PROTEIN AGGREGATION ~ 71:MCLAURIN JOANNE 181 Mortimer Avenue East York M4J 2C4 Ontario ~ 72:MCLAURIN JOANNE ~ 33: US ~ 31: 60/ ~ 32: 17/11/ /02637 ~ Complete ~ 54: A LOCATING SYSTEM AND A METHOD FOR OPERATING A LOCATING SYSTEM ~ 71:WAYTAG (PTY) LTD 7 Van Der Riet Boschenzicht De Zalze Winelands Golf Estate Stellenbosch 7600 ~ 72:MCFALL PETER VENTER WARREN ~ 33: ZA ~ 31: 2009/07092 ~ 32: 12/10/ /02638 ~ Complete ~ 54: USE OF A NEUREGULIN TO TREAT PERIPHERAL NERVE INJURY ~ 71:ACORDA THERAPEUTICS INC 15 Skyline Drive Hawthorne New York ~ 72:CAGGIANO ANTHONY O BELLA ANTHONY J IACI JENNIFER F ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 16/10/ /02639 ~ Complete ~ 54: INDUCTION OF PLURIPOTENT CELLS ~ 71:THE SCRIPPS RESEARCH INSTITUTE North Torrey Pines Road Mail Tpc-8 La Jolla CA ~ 72:LIN TONGXIANG DING SHENG ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 16/10/ /02640 ~ Complete ~ 54: BENZAZEPINE COMPOUND ~ 71:OTSUKA PHARMACEUTICAL CO LTD 9 Kanda-tsukasamachi 2-chome Chiyoda-ku Tokyo ~ 72:KAN KEIZO OHTANI TADAAKI ~ 33: JP ~ 31: ~ 32: 26/10/ /02641 ~ Complete ~ 54: TRICYCLIC PYRAZOL AMINE DERIVATIVES ~ 71:MERCK SERONO S A Centre Industriel CH-1267 Coinsins ~ 72:GAILLARD PASCALE JEANCLAUDE-ETTER ISABELLE POMEL VINCENT SEBILLE ERIC JEYAPRAKASHNARAYANAN SEENISAMY MUZERELLE MATHILDE ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 17/11/ /02642 ~ Complete ~ 54: MONOCLONAL ANTIBODIES TO PROGASTRIN AND THEIR USES ~ 71:BIOREALITES SAS 35 Rue De Verdun F Suresnes Cedex INSTITUT NATIONAL DE LA SANTE ET DE LA RECHERCHE MEDICALE ( INSERM) 101 Rue de Tolbiac F Paris Cedex 13 CENTRE NATIONAL DE LA RECHERCHE SCIENTIFIQUE (CNRS) Campus Gerard-Megie 3 Rue Michel-Ange F Paris Cedex 16 ~ 72:PANNEQUIN JULIE BOUDIER LAURE JOUBERT DOMINIQUE HOLLANDE FREDERIC ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 16/10/ /02643 ~ Complete ~ 54: PROPULSION CONTROL APPARATUS ~ 71:MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATION 7-3 Marunouchi 2-chome Chiyoda-ku Tokyo ~ 72:MATSUMOTO TAKEO 2012/02644 ~ Complete ~ 54: DEVICE DESIGNED FOR COLLECTING SOLID DEBRIS IN AN ELECTROLYSIS CELL FOR THE PRODUCTION OF ALUMINIUM ~ 71:E.C.L. 100 Rue Chanlant Ronchin ~ 72:WATTEL ARNAUD DAVID STEPHANE ~ 33: FR ~ 31: ~ 32: 11/12/ /02645 ~ Complete ~ 54: METHOD AND DEVICE FOR SLAVING THE ACTIVATION OF A SET OF INFRARED EMITTERS OF A SENSOR OF VENOUS NETWORKS TO THE PRESENCE OF A LIVING BODY ~ 71:MORPHO 27 Rue Leblanc F Paris ~ 72:MORIN AURELIE DARBOIS MATTHIEU GOUDON OLIVIER BALZAC YANNICK ~ 33: FR ~ 31: ~ 32: 26/10/ /02646 ~ Complete ~ 54: METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR CHANNEL QUALITY DERIVATION ~ 71:TELEFONAKTIEBOLAGET L M ERICSSON (PUBL) S Stockholm ~ 72:LINDOFF BENGT BERNHARDSSON BO KAZMI MUHAMMAD ~ 33: US ~ 31: 12/ ~ 32: 12/03/ /02647 ~ Complete ~ 54: PROVISION OF SUPPLEMENTAL PROCESSING INFORMATION ~ 71:TELEFONAKTIEBOLAGET L M ERICSSON (PUBL) S Stockholm ~ 72:FROJDH PER PRIDDLE CLINTON WU ZHUANGFEI ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 20/10/

40 2012/02648 ~ Complete ~ 54: DRILLING EQUIPMENT AND ATTACHMENT FOR THE SAME ~ 71:TRANSCO MANUFACTURING AUSTRALIA PTY LTD 3 Hull Court Lonsdale 5160 South Australia ~ 72:FYFE GEORGE ~ 33: AU ~ 31: ~ 32: 08/05/ /02649 ~ Complete ~ 54: WIND ENERGY CONVERTER ~ 71:ASIAN PRIME SOURCES LTD 35 th Floor Bank Of China Tower 1 Garden Road Central Hong Kong ~ 72:REICH MARCUS ~ 33: CN ~ 31: ~ 32: 30/09/ /02650 ~ Complete ~ 54: VESSEL FOR CONTAINING CATALYST IN A TUBULAR REACTOR ~ 71:DAVY PROCESS TECHNOLOGY LTD 10 Eastbourne Terrace London W2 6LE England ~ 72:TIMOTHY DOUGLAS GAMLIN BRENDON BRUCE MILLER ~ 33: GB ~ 31: ~ 32: 19/10/ /02651 ~ Complete ~ 54: PALLET-LIKE UNDERFRAME FOR TRANSPORT AND STORAGE CONTAINERS FOR LIQUIDS ~ 71:PROTECHNA S.A. Avenue De La Gare 14 CH-1701 Fribourg ~ 72:SCHUTZ UDO ~ 33: DE ~ 31: ~ 32: 18/04/ /02652 ~ Complete ~ 54: PESTICIDAL COMPOSITIONS COMPRISING 4,5-DIHYDROXYINDAN-1-ONE ~ 71:YISSUM RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT COMPANY OF THE HEBREW UNIVERSITY OF JERUSALEM LTD P.O.Box Jerusalem ~ 72:SZTEJNBERG ABRAHAM PAZ ZAHI BILKIS IZHAK GERSON URI KEREM ZOHAR ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 16/09/ /02653 ~ Complete ~ 54: DETERGENT COMPOSITION COMPRISING MIXTURE OF CHELANTS ~ 71:THE PROCTER & GAMBLE COMPANY ONE PROCTER & GAMBLE PLAZA CINCINNATI OHIO ~ 72:LABEQUE REGINE PANCHERI EUGENE JOSEPH ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 15/09/ /02654 ~ Complete ~ 54: COMPOSITION AND METHOD FOR PRODUCING LIME SAND BRICK ~ 71:SIKA TECHNOLOGY AG Corp IP Tuffenwies 16 Postfach CH-8048 Zurich ~ 72:BLASK OLIVER KERN OLAF HONERT DIETER ~ 33: EP ~ 31: ~ 32: 21/09/ /02655 ~ Complete ~ 54: ANDROGEN RECEPTOR MODULATING COMPOUNDS ~ 71:ORION CORPORATION Orionintie 1 FI Espoo ~ 72:WOHLFAHRT GERD SALO HARRI KARJALAINEN ARJA HOLM PATRIK VESALAINEN ANNIINA TORMAKANGAS OLLI HOGLUND LISA KNUUTTILA PIA RASKU SIRPA ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 27/10/ APPLIED ON 13/04/ /02674 ~ Complete ~ 54: INSULATED CONTAINER FOR A SHOPPING TROLLEY ~ 71:WILLIE TOMMY HESS 1055 KOSHUIS STREET ALLENSNEK ~ 72:WILLIE TOMMY HESS ~ 33: ZA ~ 31: 2011/01540 ~ 32: 28/02/ /02675 ~ Provisional ~ 54: A TOBACCO FREE NON-TOXIC SUBSTITUTE FOR CONVENTIONAL HOOKAH TOBACCO ~ 71:GIDEON MYRON KAUFMANN 23 Bishoplea Road Claremont Cape Town 7708 ~ 72:GIDEON MYRON KAUFMANN 2012/02676 ~ Provisional ~ 54: GERM REAPER ~ 71:NEIL JOHN DALTON 52 Surrey Street MINDALORE KRUGERSDORP 1739 ~ 72:NEIL JOHN DALTON 2012/02677 ~ Provisional ~ 54: WORK BENCH TRAY ~ 71:ALEXANDER GRANT SEYMOUR LAWRIE P O Box 901 Hilton KZN 3245 ~ 72:ALEXANDER GRANT SEYMOUR LAWRIE 2012/02678 ~ Provisional ~ 54: GREEN TECH ROLLER ~ 71:DANIEL HENDRIK DAMON ROOCK 6 Bonanza Street Helderkruin Johannesburg 1724 ADRIAAN LOUIS DAVIS 6 Bonanza Street Helderkruin Johannesburg 1724 ~ 72:DANIEL HENDRIK DAMON ROOCK ADRIAAN LOUIS DAVIS 2012/02679 ~ Complete ~ 54: DROPPER ~ 71:ISAK JACOBUS PELSER Farm 29 Kloppersbos Pretoria 033 ~ 72:ISAK JACOBUS PELSER ~ 33: ZA ~ 31: 2009/07064 ~ 32: 29/10/ /02680 ~ Complete ~ 54: AN ELECTRONIC PROCUREMENT SYSTEM AND METHOD ~ 71:LEAGO EQUITY PARTNERS (PTY) LTD Valley View Country Estate Kosmosdal Ext 19 Centurion 0157 ~ 72:MALAO MATHAPELO RATANANG GAOFENNGWE 2012/02681 ~ Complete ~ 54: AN LED DISPLAY ELEMENT ~ 71:RANSON MARK ANDREW 2A Stirling Avenue Buccleuch Johannesburg 2066 ~ 72:RANSON MARK ANDREW 2012/02682 ~ Complete ~ 54: SUBSCRIBER IDENTIFICATION MANAGEMENT BROKER FOR FIXED/MOBILE NETWORKS ~ 71:TRUPHONE LTD 5 New Street Square London EC4A 3TW ~ 72:TAGG JAMES PETER GUY III EDWARD THOMAS EVANS TIMOTHY PAUL SNIJDER ROBERT BORISOGLEBSKI IGOR CAMPBELL ALISTAIR JAMES SEQUEIRA CLAUDIO MIGUEL CANARIO ~ 33: GB ~ 31: ~ 32: 22/09/

41 2012/02683 ~ Complete ~ 54: AZILSARTAN ORGANIC AMINE SALTS,PREPARATION METHOD AND USE THEREOF ~ 71:JIANGSU HANSOH PHARMACEUTICAL GROUP CO LTD The 10th Industrial Sub-Zone Of Development Zone Lianyungang Jiangsu ~ 72:LU AIFENG YANG BAOHAI ~ 33: CN ~ 31: ~ 32: 30/11/ /02684 ~ Complete ~ 54: METHODS AND INSTALLATIONS FOR MANUFACTURING BIAXIALLY ORIENTED TUBING AND THE TUBING ITSELF ~ 71:HOPPMANN INTERNATIONAL BV 25 Granaatstraat NL TN Hengelo ~ 72:VISSCHER JAN JANSEN KLOMP HENDRIK JAN CAREL BOSCH JAN-MARK ~ 33: NL ~ 31: ~ 32: 19/10/ /02685 ~ Complete ~ 54: METHODS OF PREPARING MESENCHYMAL STEM CELLS,COMPOSITIONS AND KIT THEREOF ~ 71:STEMPEUTICS RESEARCH PVT LTD 9th Floor Manipal Hospital 98 Rustom Bagh Airport Road Bangalore Karnataka ~ 72:PAL RAKHI GUPTA PAWAN KUMAR KEMBURU PRASANNA KUMAR PRASANNA JYOTHI TOTEY SATISH SEETHARAM RAVIRAJA NEELEVAR GOLITHADKA UMESH BAIKUNJE MAJUMDAR ANISH SEN ~ 33: IN ~ 31: 2932/CHE/2009 ~ 32: 27/11/ /02686 ~ Complete ~ 54: WHEEL AXLE SUSPENSION HAVING CLAMP BODIES WITH A PROTRUSION FOR ATTACHING AN INDENTED TUBULAR AXLE TO TRAILING ARMS ~ 71:VDL WEWELER B.V 149 Kayersdijk NL-7332 AP Apeldoorn ~ 72:AALDERINK DERK GEERT 2012/02687 ~ Complete ~ 54: CONTACT LENS DISINFECTING SOLUTIONS ~ 71:BRIEN HOLDEN VISION INSTITUTE Level 4 North Wing Rupert Myers Building Gate 14 Barker Street UNSW Sydney New South Wales 2052 ~ 72:BANDARA BANDARAGE MAHESH K WILLCOX MARK D P ZHU HUA ~ 33: AU ~ 31: ~ 32: 21/09/ /02688 ~ Complete ~ 54: 8-ETHYL-6-(ARYL)PYRIDO[2,3-D]PYRIMIDIN-7(8H)-ONES FOR THE TREATMENT OF CNS DISORDERS ~ 71:AFRAXIS INC North Torrey Pines Road Suite 290 La Jolla CA ~ 72:VOLLRATH BENEDIKT CAMPBELL DAVID DURON SERGIO G WADE WARREN ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 09/06/ /02689 ~ Complete ~ 54: DISULFO-TYPE FLUORESCENT WHITENING AGENTS ~ 71:BLANKOPHOR GMBH & CO KG Schulstr Ankum ~ 72:HUNKE BERNHARD TAUBER ANDREI KRAEMER MICHAEL KLUG GUNTER LANSING THEO HAFERMANN MARCO ~ 33: EP ~ 31: ~ 32: 17/09/ /02690 ~ Complete ~ 54: DISULFO-TYPE FLUORESCENT WHITENING AGENTS IN COATING APPLICATIONS ~ 71:BLANKOPHOR GMBH & CO KG Schulstr Ankum ~ 72:HUNKE BERNHARD KRAEMER MICHAEL TAUBER ANDREI KLUG GUNTER ~ 33: EP ~ 31: ~ 32: 17/09/ /02691 ~ Complete ~ 54: DISULFO-TYPE FLUORESCENT WHITENING AGENT COMPOSITIONS ~ 71:BLANKOPHOR GMBH & CO KG Schulstr Ankum ~ 72:HUNKE BERNHARD TAUBER ANDREI KRAEMER MICHAEL KLUG GUNTER ~ 33: EP ~ 31: ~ 32: 17/09/ /02692 ~ Provisional ~ 54: MEDICAMENT AND NUTRITIONAL SUPPLEMENT ~ 71:MOLEFI DAVID MOLEFI 15 Hamberg Road Georginia Roodepoort 1724 ~ 72:MOLEFI DAVID MOLEFI 2012/02693 ~ Provisional ~ 54: WATER HEATER ~ 71:JAKOVLJEVIC ZIVOJIN 12 Lonely Road Selcourt Springs ~ 72:JAKOVLJEVIC ZIVOJIN 2012/02694 ~ Complete ~ 54: FLOTATION REAGENT FOR IRON ORES CONTAINING MAGNETITE AND/OR HAEMATITE ~ 71:CLARIANT FINANCE (BVI) LIMITED Citco Building Wickhams Cay P O Box 662 Road Town Tortola ~ 72:PEDAIN KLAUS-ULRICH DAHLMANN UWE ~ 33: DE ~ 31: ~ 32: 19/01/ /02695 ~ Complete ~ 54: TARGETED EQUIPMENT MONITORING SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR OPTIMIZING EQUIPMENT RELIABILITY ~ 71:ABBOTT PATRICK D 529 Mourning Dove Circle Lake Circle Lake Mary Florida ~ 72:ABBOTT PATRICK D ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 30/12/ /02696 ~ Complete ~ 54: HYDROCARBON GAS PROCESSING ~ 71:ORTLOFF ENGINEERS LTD 415W WALL AVENUE SUITE 2000 MIDLAND TEXAS ~ 72:WILKINSON JOHN D LYNCH JOE T MARTINEZ TONY L HUDSON HANK M CUELLAR KYLE T ~ 33: US ~ 31: 12/ ~ 32: 26/08/ /02697 ~ Complete ~ 54: TRIPLE DISPLAY DEVICE,AND COMPUTER EMPLOYING SAME ~ 71:LEE EUN SUK 4th Fl Hyundai-Town Samseong-2 Dong Gangnam-Gu Seoul ~ 72:LEE EUN SUK ~ 33: KR ~ 31: ~ 32: 18/09/ /02698 ~ Complete ~ 54: METHOD FOR REMOVAL OF CARBON DIOXIDE FROM A PROCESS GAS ~ 71:ALSTOM TECHNOLOGY LTD Brown Boveri Strasse 7 CH-5400 Baden ~ 72:KOZAK FREDERIC Z PETIG ARLYN V ~ 33: US ~ 31: 12/ ~ 32: 16/12/

42 2012/02699 ~ Complete ~ 54: METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR REMOVAL OF CARBON DIOXIDE FROM A PROCESS GAS ~ 71:ALSTOM TECHNOLOGY LTD Brown Boveri Strasse 7 CH-5400 Baden ~ 72:BLACK SEAN E KOZAK FREDERIC Z DUBE SANJAY K MURASKIN DAVID J ~ 33: US ~ 31: 12/ ~ 32: 16/12/ /02700 ~ Complete ~ 54: SINGLE ABSORBER VESSEL TO CAPTURE CO2 ~ 71:ALSTOM TECHNOLOGY LTD Brown Boveri Strasse 7 CH-5400 Baden ~ 72:DUBE SANJAY K MURASKIN DAVID J HIWALE RAMESHWAR SHAMRAO KOSS PETER ULRICH ~ 33: US ~ 31: 12/ ~ 32: 16/12/ /02701 ~ Complete ~ 54: METHOD FOR PRODUCING METHANE BY CATALYTIC GASIFICATION OF COAL AND DEVICE THEREOF ~ 71:ENN SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT CO LTD Building B Southern District Enn Science And Technology Park Huaxiang Road Economic & Technology Development Zone Langfang Hebei ~ 72:BI JICHENG ZHANG RONG CHEN YIXIN SUN ZHIQIANG LI JINLAI GAN ZHONGXUE ~ 33: CN ~ 31: ~ 32: 14/09/ /02702 ~ Complete ~ 54: ROTATING AIR DIRECTING APPARATUS FOR A HAIR DRYER ~ 71:KISS NAIL PRODUCTS INC 57 Seaview Boulevard Port Washington New York ~ 72:HAN KYU SANG LEE KYOUNG HAK OH WON SEOK ~ 33: US ~ 31: 13/ ~ 32: 15/04/ /02703 ~ Complete ~ 54: SYNTHETIC METHODS FOR SPIRO-OXINDOLE COMPOUNDS ~ 71:XENON PHARMACEUTICALS INC 3650 Gilmore Way Bumbay British Columbia V5G 4W8 ~ 72:CADIEUX JEAN- JACQUES CHAFEEV MIKHAIL CHOWDHURY SULTAN FU JIANMIN JIA QI ABEL STEFANIE EL-SAYED EMAD HUTHMANN ELKE ISARNO THOMAS ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 14/10/ /02704 ~ Complete ~ 54: ANTI-HEPSIN ANTIBODIES AND METHODS USING SAME ~ 71:GENENTECH INC 1 DNA Way South San Francisco CA ~ 72:GANESAN RAJKUMAR KIRCHHOFER DANIEL MORAN PAUL M ZHANG YINGNAN ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 22/10/ /02705 ~ Complete ~ 54: PEPTIDES USED IN THE TREATMENT AND/OR CARE OF THE SKIN.MUCOUS MEMBRANES AND/OR HAIR AND ITS USE IN COSMETIC OR PHARMACEUTICAL COMPOSITIONS ~ 71:LIPOTEC S.A Poligono Industrial Cami Ral Isaac Peral No 17 E Gava-Barcelona BCN PEPTIDES S.A Poligon Industrial Els Vinyets-Els Fogars Sector 2 Carretera C-244 Km.22 E Sant Quinti de Mediona ~ 72:CARRENO SERRAIMA CRISTINA VAN DEN NEST WIM SEMPERE BONETE ANA FERRER MONTIEL ANTONIO ALMINANA DOMENECH NURIA CEBRIAN PUCHE JUAN ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 23/10/ /02706 ~ Complete ~ 54: IMPROVED NON-ROUND FLUID FILLED LENS OPTIC ~ 71:ADLENS BEACON, INC. 33 WOOD AVENUE SOUTH SUITE 600 ISELIN NEW JERSEY ~ 72:GUPTA AMITAVA SCHNELL URBAN HAROUD KARIM JAEGER HANS NIBAUER LISA LOSER PASCAL EGAN WILLIAM ~ 33: US ~ 31: 12/ ~ 32: 02/08/ /02707 ~ Complete ~ 54: METHOD ~ 71:DANISCO A/S Langebrogade 1 DK-1001 Copenhagen K ~ 72:LARSEN NIELS ERIK SOE JORN BORCH ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 18/11/ /02708 ~ Complete ~ 54: SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR MODIFYING CALLER BEHAVIOR ~ 71:STARSCRIBER CORP Suite West Hastings Street Vancouver British Columbia V6B 1H7 ~ 72:JOHNSON RODERICK MICHAEL ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 28/04/ /02709 ~ Complete ~ 54: ELECTROCONDUCTIVE PASTE COMPOSITION ~ 71:HERAEUS PRECIOUS METALS NORTH AMERICA CONSHOHOCKEN LLC 24 Union Hill Road West Conshohocken PA ~ 72:PHAM TUNG THANH ZHANG WEIMING ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 16/11/ /02710 ~ Complete ~ 54: VACCINE AGAINST CHOLERA AND ENTEROTOXIGENIC E COLI (ETEC) DIARRHEA ~ 71:GOTOVAX AB Korvettgatan 1D S Vastra Frolunda ~ 72:HOLMGREN JAN LEBENS MICHAEL ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 16/09/ /02711 ~ Complete ~ 54: NUTRITIONAL COMPOSITIONS FOR MODULATING INFLAMMATION INCLUDING EXOGENOUS VITAMIN K2 ~ 71:NESTEC S A Avenue Nestle 55 CH-1800 Vevey ~ 72:BOLSTER DOUGLAS RICHARD ROUGHEAD ZAMZAM KABIRY ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 09/08/ /02712 ~ Complete ~ 54: NUTRITIONAL COMPOSITIONS INCLUDING EXOGENOUS VITAMIN K2 ~ 71:NESTEC S A Avenue Nestle 55 CH-1800 Vevey ~ 72:BOLSTER DOUGLAS RICHARD ROUGHEAD ZAMZAM KABIRY ~ 33: US ~ 31: ~ 32: 09/08/ /02713 ~ Complete ~ 54: METHODS AND DEVICES FOR CLASSIFYING OBJECTS ~ 71:NESTEC S A Avenue Nestle 55 CH-1800 Vevey ~ 72:WOERZ STEPHEN WEBER FRANK MALLARE ANTONIO ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 16/09/

43 2012/02714 ~ Complete ~ 54: PHYSICAL LAYER SIGNALING OF CONTROL PARAMETERS FOR MULTIPLE RADIO ACCESS TECHNOLOGIES ~ 71:QUALCOMM INCORPORATED Internation IP Administration 5775 Morehouse Drive San Diego CA ~ 72:SAMPATH HEMANTH VERMANI SAMEER VAN NEE DIDIER JOHANNES RICHARD ~ 33: US ~ 31: 12/ ~ 32: 14/09/ /02715 ~ Complete ~ 54: DATA ENTRY METHOD AND SYSTEM ~ 71:KEYLESS SYSTEMS LTD 2 Yosef Hachmy Street Jerusalem ~ 72:GHASSABIAN BENJAMIN FIROOZ ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 12/08/ /02716 ~ Provisional ~ 54: DETONATION OF EXPLOSIVES ~ 71:AEL MINING SERVICES LIMITED Aeci Place 23/24 The Woodlands Woodlands Drive Woodmead 2191 Sandton Gauteng Province ~ 72:MORGAN CLIFFORD GORDON LABUSCHAGNE GEORGE 2012/02717 ~ Complete ~ 54: PLANT EXTRACT,COMPOSITIONS CONTAINING SAME,METHOD OF EXTRACTION AND USES THEREOF ~ 71:BOTANIC CENTURY (BEIJING) CO LTD 208 Tower A Innovation Centre No 29 Life Science Park Road Changping District Beijing ~ 72:XIE CHEN ZOU YINGSHU ~ 33: CN ~ 31: X ~ 32: 16/09/ /02718 ~ Complete ~ 54: PYRROLO[2,3-D]PYRIMIDINE COMPOUNDS ~ 71:PFIZER INC 235 East 42nd Street New York New York ~ 72:ACKER BRAD ALAN HUANG HORNG-CHIH PROMO MICHELE ANN XIE JIN HARTMANN SUSAN J JACOBSEN ERIC JON WOLFSON SERGEY GREGORY ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 15/10/ /02719 ~ Complete ~ 54: NEODYMIUM-CATALYZED POLYBUTADIENES ~ 71:LANXESS DEUTSCHLAND GMBH D Leverkusen ~ 72:KLOPPENBURG HEIKE STEINHAUSER NORBERT ~ 33: EP ~ 31: ~ 32: 16/10/ /02720 ~ Complete ~ 54: ISOLATION AND PURIFICATION OF ANTI-IL-13 ANTIBODIES USING PROTEIN A AFFINITY CHROMATOGRAPHY ~ 71:ABBOTT LABORATORIES 100 Abbott Park Road Abbott Park Illinois ~ 72:HICKMAN ROBERT K ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 20/10/ /02721 ~ Complete ~ 54: PROCESS FOR THE PREPARATION OF SORAFENIB TOSYLATE ~ 71:RANBAXY LABORATORIES LIMITED Plot No. 90 Sector - 32 Gurgaon Haryana ~ 72:JARYAL JAGDEV SINGH THAPER RAJESH KUMAR SATHYANARAYANA SWARGAM PRASAD MOHAN ~ 33: IN ~ 31: 2007/DEL/2009 ~ 32: 24/09/ /02722 ~ Complete ~ 54: PROCESS FOR PREPARING A PHENYLALANINE DERIVATIVE ~ 71:GLAXO GROUP LTD a company incorporated in England and Wales of Glaxo Welcome House Berkeley Avenue Greenford Middlesex UB6 ONN England MITSUBISHI TANABE PHARMA CORPORATION Kitahama Chuo-Ku Osaka-Shi Osaka ~ 72:ADAMS JOSEPH PAUL MATSUMAE HIROAKI TAGI NOBUHIRO KURODA TORU STRACHAN JOHN BRYCE ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 21/10/ /02723 ~ Complete ~ 54: QUICK-RELEASE STRUCTURE FOR FRAME ROD AND TENT ~ 71:Q-YIELD OUTDOOR GEAR LTD No 1219 Nanhai San Road Haicang District Xiamen Fujian ~ 72:ZHOU NANQING 2012/02724 ~ Complete ~ 54: PEPTIDIC GLP-2 AGONISTS ~ 71:FERRING B.V. Polaris Avenue JX Hoofddorp ~ 72:ALAGARSAMY SUDARKODI RIVIERE PIERRE SUEIRAS-DIAZ JAVIER JIANG GUANGCHENG SCHTEINGART CLAUDIO DANIEL WISNIEWSKI KAZIMIERZ ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 23/10/ /02725 ~ Complete ~ 54: COSMETIC COMPOSITION CONTAINING CAPRYLYL GLYCOL,ETHYLHEXYLCERIN AND EXTRACT OF HALLABONG RIND ~ 71:INSTITUTE OF INDUSTRY- ACADEMY COLLABORATION FOR SEOWON UNIVERSITY Musimseoro Heungdeok-Gu Cheongjusi Chungcheongbuk-Do (Mochung-Dong) COSEEDBIOPHARM CO LTD #106 Bio-Center 41 Biovalley2ro Jecheonsi Chungcheongbuk-Do (Wangam-Dong) ~ 72:PARK SUNG MIN LEE KYOUNG AH LEE SANG HWA PARK JI YOUNG KIM YOUNG JAE ~ 33: KR ~ 31: ~ 32: 06/05/ /02726 ~ Complete ~ 54: A BREWING METHOD ~ 71:NOVOZYMES A/S Krogshoejvej 36 DK 2880 Bagsvaerd ~ 72:FREDERIKSEN ANNE METTE BHATIA KREISZ STEFAN BEIER LARS ~ 33: EP ~ 31: ~ 32: 13/11/ /02727 ~ Complete ~ 54: INTEGRATED,EXTENDABLE ANESTHESIA SYSTEM ~ 71:SPACELABS HEALTHCARE LLC TH AVENUE SE ISSAQUAH WA ~ 72:TOBIA RONALD DALGETY LEE CHONCHOLAS GARY LEVI ANDREW BOUDREAU CORY DAMMANN BRUCE ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 16/10/

44 2012/02728 ~ Complete ~ 54: LIGHT ENHANCED FLOW TUBE ~ 71:SPACELABS HEALTHCARE LLC TH AVENUE SE ISSAQUAH WA ~ 72:BLUEMNER ERIK J TOBIA RONALD KOSMOPOULOS GEORGE P ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 16/10/ /02729 ~ Complete ~ 54: NOVEL TRICYCLIC PROTEIN KINASE MODULATORS ~ 71:CYLENE PHARMACEUTICALS INC 5820 Nancy Ridge drive Suite 200 San Diego California ~ 72:HADDACH MUSTAPHA PIERRE FABRICE ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 16/09/ /02730 ~ Complete ~ 54: ENHANCED MERCURY CAPTURE FROM COAL-FIRED POWER PLANTS IN THE FILTRATION BAGHOUSE USING FLUE GAS TEMPERATURE AS PROCESS CONTROL KNOB ~ 71:BHA GROUP INC 8800 East 63rd Street Kansas City Missouri ~ 72:BANSAL VISHAL TAYLOR ROBERT WARREN MALY PETER MARTIN ~ 33: US ~ 31: 13/ ~ 32: 15/04/ /02731 ~ Complete ~ 54: TRICYCLIC COMPOUNDS AND PHARMACEUTICAL USES THEREOF ~ 71:CYLENE PHARMACEUTICALS INC 5820 Nancy Ridge drive Suite 200 San Diego California ~ 72:HADDACH MUSTAPHA PIERRE FABRICE ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/ ~ 32: 16/09/ /02732 ~ Complete ~ 54: IMPROVED UTILIZATION OF POWDERED SORBENT FOR MERCURY CONTROL FROM COAL-FIRED POWER PLANTS ~ 71:BHA GROUP INC 8800 East 63rd Street Kansas City Missouri ~ 72:BANSAL VISHAL TAYLOR ROBERT WARREN MALY PETER MARTIN ~ 33: US ~ 31: 13/ ~ 32: 15/04/ /02743 ~ Provisional ~ 54: SYSTEM AND METHOD OF SECURE PASSWORD ENTRY ON A NON- SECURE DEVICE ~ 71:ETROWEB (PTY) LIMITED 19 Proctor Park 7 Venter Road Pierre Ryneveld Centurion 0157 ~ 72:RAUTENBACH FRANCOIS JOHANNES - APPLIED ON 16/04/ /02736 ~ Provisional ~ 54: ROTOR CONTROLLED CVT ~ 71:VARIBOX (PTY) LTD 12 Arend Road Windsor Glen Randburg 2194 ~ 72:NAUDE JOHANNES JACOBUS 2012/02737 ~ Provisional ~ 54: WASTE BASED MOULDED DOOR FILLER HONEYCOMB MATERIAL & METHOD USING PURPOSE MADE & WASTE CARTON BOARD & COMBINATONS THEREOF EXPANDED, SEMI EXPANDED & EXPANDED ~ 71:GERE JEANETTE KATHLEEN P O Box 83 Hilton 3245 KZN GERE JAMES WARREN P O Box 83 Hilton 3245 KZN ~ 72:GERE JEANETTE KATHLEEN GERE JAMES WARREN 2012/02738 ~ Provisional ~ 54: HONEYCOMB METHOD MATERIAL & EQUIPMENT USING VARIABLE GAUGE SHEET FED PROCESS ~ 71:GERE JEANETTE KATHLEEN P O Box 83 Hilton 3245 KZN GERE JAMES WARREN P O Box 83 Hilton 3245 KZN ~ 72:GERE JEANETTE KATHLEEN GERE JAMES WARREN 2012/02739 ~ Provisional ~ 54: HONEYCOMB FLAME RETARDANT VOID FILLER METHOD & MACHINERY FOR ITS MANUFACTURING FOR PANELS DOORS & DRY WALLING ~ 71:GERE JEANETTE KATHLEEN P O Box 83 Hilton 3245 KZN GERE JAMES WARREN P O Box 83 Hilton 3245 KZN ~ 72:GERE JEANETTE KATHLEEN GERE JAMES WARREN 2012/02740 ~ Provisional ~ 54: IMPROVED DIGITAL H-BRIDGE ~ 71:NICHOLAS MICHAEL P O Box Moreleta Village 0097 ~ 72:NICHOLAS MICHAEL 2012/02741 ~ Provisional ~ 54: ACCESSING COPY CONTROL ~ 71:LASKER LOURENCO RAUL Unit Arthurs Road Sea Point Cape Town 8005 DUVEEN JUSTIN MARC Unit Arthurs Road Sea Point Cape Town 8005 ~ 72:LASKER LOURENCO RAUL DUVEEN JUSTIN MARC 2012/02742 ~ Provisional ~ 54: A DISTRESS ALARM SYSTEM ~ 71:KHAN ZULFIKER 76 Kiora Road bluff 4052 KwaZulu Natal ~ 72:KHAN ZULFIKER 2012/02744 ~ Provisional ~ 54: LOADING CAR ~ 71:VICTOR HAVENGA TRUST 24 Gaisford Street Potch Industrial Potchefstroom 2531 ~ 72:VICTOR LIONEL HAVENGA NORMAN ROY BREEDT 2012/02746 ~ Complete ~ 54: TRAFFIC SIGNAL CONTROL SYSTEM AND METHOD ~ 71:ROAD SAFETY MANAGEMENT LTD c/o Cobb Ireland ltd Straffan Farm Co Kildare ~ 72:KOSONEN LISAKKI MANTALVANOS MARTIS ~ 33: GB ~ 31: ~ 32: 16/09/ /02747 ~ Complete ~ 54: USE OF A STEREOISOMER MIXTURE OF DIAMINOMETHYLCYCLOHEXANE AS A HARDENER FOR EPOXY RESINS ~ 71:BASF SE D Ludwigshafen ~ 72:MALKOWSKY DANIELA PFEFFINGER JOACHIM GOTTKE STEPHAN ~ 33: EP ~ 31: ~ 32: 18/09/ /02748 ~ Complete ~ 54: FLEXIBLY USABLE BOX ~ 71:IFCO SYSTEMS GMBH Zugspitzstrasse 7 D Pullach ~ 72:ORGELDINGER WOLFGANG ~ 33: US ~ 31: 29/343,777 ~ 32: 18/09/

45 2012/02749 ~ Complete ~ 54: APPARATUS AND METHOD FOR REMOVING SUSPENDED SOLIDS FROM LIQUIDS ~ 71:WFW TRUST 20 Barry Avenue Wilkoppies Klerkdorp ~ 72:DU TOIT WALTERS FRANCOIS DU TOIT WALDO FRANCOIS ~ 33: ZA ~ 31: 2011/02939 ~ 32: 19/04/ /02750 ~ Complete ~ 54: HOSE FLOAT ASSEMBLY AND COMPONENTS ~ 71:TRANSVAAL RUBBER COMPANY (PROPRIETARY) LIMITED 20 Lepus Road Crown Mines Ext 8 Gauteng ~ 72:GRANT NORMAN ~ 33: ZA ~ 31: 2011/03784 ~ 32: 24/05/ /02751 ~ Complete ~ 54: GAS PHASE HYDROFORMYLATION PROCESS ~ 71:DOW TECHNOLOGY INVESTMENTS LLC 2020 Dow Center Midland Michigan ~ 72:WEGMAN RICHARD W ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/252,450 ~ 32: 16/10/ /02752 ~ Complete ~ 54: DYE POLYMERS ~ 71:UNILEVER PLC Unilever House 100 Victoria Embankment London Greater London EC4P ODY ~ 72:BATCHELOR STEPHEN NORMAN BIRD JAYNE MICHELLE CHEN HONGGANG MENG SHENG TAO QINGSHENG WANG JINFANG ~ 33: CN ~ 31: PCT/CN2009/ ~ 32: 23/10/ /02753 ~ Complete ~ 54: HIGH SPEED FILTRATION DEVICE USING POROUS MADIA, AND BACKWASH METHOD THEREOF ~ 71:MIRACLEWATER CO LTD 1923 Suseo Hyundai Venture-Vill 713 Suseo-Dong Gangnam-Gu Seoul ~ 72:CHOI JIN NAK ~ 33: KR ~ 31: ~ 32: 19/04/ /02754 ~ Complete ~ 54: METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR FRACTIONATION OF LIGNOCELLULOSIC BIOMASS ~ 71:NOVA PANGAEA TECHNOLOGIES LIMITED An Sciobol Spital Cloyne County Cork ~ 72:NORTH PETER HERBERT ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/246,721 ~ 32: 29/09/ /02755 ~ Complete ~ 54: DOWN-THE-HOLE DRILL HAMMER HAVING A REVERSE EXHAUST SYSTEM AND SEGMENTED CHUCK ASSEMBLY ~ 71:CENTER ROCK INC 118 Schrock Drive Berlin Pennsylvania ~ 72:LYON LELAND H LAY WARREN THOMAS ~ 33: US ~ 31: 12/621,155 ~ 32: 18/11/ /02756 ~ Complete ~ 54: MODULATION OF AXON DEGENERATION ~ 71:GENENTECH INC 1 Dna Way South San Francisco California ~ 72:LEWCOCK JOSEPH WESLEY SENGUPTA-GHOSH ARUNDHATI POZNIAK CHRISTINE ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/254,190 ~ 32: 22/10/ /02757 ~ Complete ~ 54: AUTOMATED ENTERPRISE SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT ~ 71:VERMEG SERVICES SARL Rue Du Lac De Neuchatel 1053 Les Berges Du Lac Tunis ~ 72:OUALI BADREDDINE ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/251,420 ~ 32: 14/10/ /02758 ~ Complete ~ 54: STABILISING EXCIPIENT FOR INACTIVATED WHOLE-VIRUS VACCINES ~ 71:SANOFI PASTEUR 2 Avenue Pont Pasteur F Lyon Cedex 07 ~ 72:FRANCON ALAIN CHEVALIER MICHEL MORENO NEDEGE CALVOSA ERIC CIGARINI SANDRINE FABRE VIRGINIE ~ 33: FR ~ 31: 09/04795 ~ 32: 07/10/ /02759 ~ Complete ~ 54: ELECTRONIC SCORING SYSTEM,METHOD AND ARMOUR FOR USE IN MARTIAL ARTS ~ 71:ZATARA NOMINEES PTY LTD Kellaway Cridland Level 4 48 Hunter Street Sydney NSw 2000 NEDSYP NOMINEES PTY LTD Kellaway Cridland Level 4 48 Hunter Street Sydney NSW 2000 ~ 72:PYSEDN DAVID FORSELL JUSTIN ~ 33: US ~ 31: 12/716,388 ~ 32: 05/03/ /02760 ~ Complete ~ 54: METHODS, DEVICES AND SYSTEMS FOR REMOTE WIND SENSING ~ 71:PENTALUM TECHNOLOGIES LTD 5 Oppenheimer Street Rabin Technology Park Rehovot ~ 72:TSADKA SAGIE SELA NATHAN ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/352,396 ~ 32: 08/06/ /02761 ~ Complete ~ 54: PANCREATIC ENZYME COMPOSITIONS AND METHODS FOR TREATING PANCREATITIS AND PANCREATIC INSUFFICIENCY ~ 71:APTALIS PHARMATECH INC 845 Center Drive Vandalia Ohio ~ 72:THIEROFF-EKERDT RUTH PERRETT STEPHEN VENKATESH GOPI M EFTHYMIOPOULOS KONSTANTINO ~ 33: US ~ 31: 61/243,467 ~ 32: 17/09/ /02762 ~ Complete ~ 54: PROCESS FOR PREPARING ETHYLENE GLYCOL FROM POLYHYDRIC COMPOUNDS ~ 71:DALIAN INSTITUTE OF CHEMICAL PHYSICS, CHINESE ACADEMY OF SCIENCE 457 Zhongshan Road Dalian Liaoning ~ 72:ZHANG TAO WANG AIQIN TAI ZHIJUN ZHENG MINGYUAN ~ 33: CN ~ 31: ~ 32: 17/03/ /02763 ~ Complete ~ 54: ORAL COMPOSITION FOR TREATING ORAL MALODOR ~ 71:COLGATE- PALMOLIVE COMPANY 300 Park Avenue New York New York ~ 72:PILCH SHIRA WON BETTY MASTERS JAMES 2012/02764 ~ Complete ~ 54: FREEZE DRYING SYSEM ~ 71:LINDE AKTIENGESELLSCHAFT Klosterhofstrasse Munchen ~ 72:LEE RON C CHAKRAVARTY PRERONA ~ 33: US ~ 31: 12/882,337 ~ 32: 15/09/

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58 21: 2005/ : 2005/11/15 43: 2012/02/23 51: C12N 71: Wyeth Holdings Corporation 72: BERNFIELD, Liesel A, FARLEY, John, FLETCHER, Leah D, METCALF, BENJAMIN J., ZLOTNICK, Gary W, ZAGURSKY, Robert J 33: US 31: US 60/463,161 32: 2003/04/16 54: NOVEL IMMUNOGENIC COMPOSITIONS FOR THE PREVENTION AND TREATMENT OF MENINGOCOCCAL DISEASE The present invention relates to Neisseria ORF2086 proteins, crossreactive immunogenic proteins which can be isolated from nesserial strains or prepared recombinantly, including immunogenic portions thereof, biological equivalents thereof, antibodies that immunospecifically bind to the foregoing and nucleic acid sequences encoding each of the foregoing, as well as the use of same in immunogenic compositions that are effective agains infection by Neisseria meningitidis serogroup B. 54: ALUMINUM CONDUCTOR COMPOSITE CORE REINFORCED CABLE AND METHOD OF MANUFACTURE This invention relates to an aluminum conductor composite core reinforced cable (ACCC) and method of manufacture. An ACCC cable (300) has a composite core surrounded by an outer film (305) and at least one layer of aluminum conductor (306). The composite core (303) comprises a plurality of fibers from at least one fiber type in one or more matrix materials. According to the invention, unique processing techniques such a B-Staging and / or film-coating techniques can be used to increase production rates from a few feet per minute to sixty or more feet per minute. 21: 2006/ : 2004/10/22 43: 2012/02/09 51: B32B; B05D; D04H 71: COMPOSITE TECHNOLOGY CORPORATION 72: KORZENIOWSKI, GEORGE, BRYANT, DAVID, HIEL, CLEMENT 33: US 31: 10/691,447 32: 2003/10/22 33: US 31: 10/692,304 32: 2003/10/23 21: 2006/ : 2006/08/16 43: 2012/02/02 51: C07C 71: Chevron Phillips Chemical Company LP 72: KREISCHER, Bruce E, SMALL, Brooke L 33: US 31: US 10/782,554 32: 2004/02/19 54: OLEFIN OLIGOMERIZATION Provided is a method of oligomerizing alpha olefins. In an embodiment, an oligomerization catalyst system is contracted in at least one continuous reactor with a feed comprising olefins; an effluent comprising product olefins having at least four carbon atoms is withdrawn from the reactor; the Page 58

59 oligomerization catalyst system comprises iron or cobalt, or combinations thereof; an the single pass conversion of ethylene is at least about 40 weight percent among product olefins having at least four carbon atoms. In another embodiment, the single pass conversion of ethylene comprises at least about 65 weight percent among product olefins having at least four carbon atoms. In another embodiment, product olefins of the effluent having twelve carbon atoms comprise at least about 95 weight percent 1-dodecene. In another embodiment, product olefins comprise at least about 80 weight percent linear 1-alkenes. In another embodiment, product olefins comprise at least about 20 weight percent alpha olefins having from about 8 to about 20 carbon atoms. In another embodiment, the oligomerization catalyst system provided comprises a selective 1-hexene (S1H) catalyst. 21: 2007/ : 2007/02/26 43: 2012/01/27 51: C12N, C12P 71: Wyeth Research Ireland Limited 72: DRAPEAU, Denis, LASKO, Daniel R., LUAN, Yen-Tuang, MERCER, James R., WANG, Wenge 33: US 31: US 60/605,379 32: 2004/08/27 54: PRODUCTION OF TNFR-Ig FUSION PROTEIN An improved system for large scale production of a dimeric fusion protein consisting of the extracellular ligang binding portion of the human (p75) tumor necrosis factor receptor (TNFR) linked to the Fc portion of IgGI in cell culture, particularly in media characterized by one or more of: i) a cumulative amino acid concentration greater than about 70mM; ii) a molar cumulative glutamine to cumulative asparagine ratio of less than about 2; iii) a molar cumulative glutamine to cumulative total amino acid ratio of less than about 0.2; iv) a molar cumulative inorganic ion to cumulative total amino acid ratio between about 0.4 to 1; or v) a combined cumulative glutamine and cumulative asparagine concentration between about 16 and 36 mm, is provided. The use of such a system allows high levels of protein production and lessens accumulation of certain undesirable factors such as ammonium and/or lactate. Additionally, culture methods including a temperature when the culture has reached about 20-80% of it maximal cell density, are provided. Alternatively or additionally, the present invention provides methods such that, after reaching a peak, lactate and/or ammonium levels in the culture decrease over time. 21: 2007/ : 2007/03/20 43: 2012/02/09 51: A61K, A61P, C07D 71: Acadia Pharmaceuticals Inc. 72: ANDERSSON, Carl-Magnus A, BLATTER, Fritz, BERGHAUSEN, Jorg, SCHLIENGER, Nathalie, TOLF, Bo-Ragnar, THYGESEN, Mikkel 33: US 31: US 60/614,014 32: 2004/09/27 54: SYNTHESIS OF N-(4-FLUOROBENZYL)-N-(1- METHYLPIPERIDIN-4-YL)-N'-(4-(2- METHYLPROPYLOXY)PHENYLMETHYL)CARBA MIDE AND ITS TARTRATE SALT AND CRYSTALLINE FORMS Disclosed herein are methods for synthesizing N-(4- flourobenzyl-n-(i-methylpiperidin)4-yl)-n -(442- methyl-propyloxy) phenylmethyl)carbamide, Formula (I). Also disclosed herein is the hemitartrate salt of N-(4-flourobenzyl)-N-(I-methylpiperidin-4-yl)-N -(4-(2- methylpropyloxy)phenylmethyl) carbamide and methods for obtaining the salt. Further disclosed are various crystalline forms of N-(4-fluorobenzyl)-N-(Imethylpiperidin-4-yl)-N -(4-(2-metylzyl)-N-(Imethylpiperdin-4-yl)-N -(4-(2-metylpropyloxy)- phenymethyl) carbamide and its hemi-tartrate salt including various polymorphs and solvates. Page 59

60 21: 2007/ : 2007/07/17 43: 2012/01/27 51: A61K, A61P 71: Colgate-Palmolive Company 72: BOYD, Thomas, GAFFAR, Abdul, VISCIO, David 33: US 31: US60/639,169 32: 2004/12/23 54: ORAL COMPOSITIONS CONTAINING OXIDIZED CAMELLIA Oral composition comprising a Camellia extract of semi-oxidized tissue form a member of the genus Camellia and an enhancing agent. 21: 2007/ : 2007/08/24 43: 2012/02/06 51: A61K, A61P, C07D 71: Tibotec Pharmaceuticals Ltd. 72: LINCLAU, Bruno 33: EP 31: EP : 2005/02/25 54: PROTEASE INHIBITOR PRECURSOR SYNTHESIS The present invention provides a compound having the structure (I) and processes for the production thereof and the intermediates used in such process. screen deck for the continuous lixiviation process and at least one longitudinal transport zone, the longitudinal transport zone extending between an inlet and outlet of the diffuser. The transport zone may include a plurality of transport zones. A drive means is arranged to move the longitudinal transport zone at a first speed towards the outlet end of the diffuser and to retract the longitudinal transport zone at a second speed which is substantially faster than the first speed towards the inlet end of the diffuser, so that the transport zone drive the product towards the outlet of the diffuser. 21: 2008/ : 2008/01/29 43: 2012/01/30 51: A61K 71: Taro Pharmaceuticals North America, Inc. 72: ASOTRA, Satish, GAO, Shen, YACOBI, Avraham 33: US 31: 60/705,370 32: 2005/08/04 54: ORAL SUSPENSION OF PREDNISOLONE ACETATE The present invention relates to novel oral suspension formulation comprising prednisolone acetate, a pharmaceutically acceptable vehicle and a thickening agent. The present invention further provides a method of treating patients in need of prednisolone with the novel formulation. 21: 2007/ : 2006/03/23 43: 2012/03/13 51: C13D; B01D; B65G 71: BOSCH PROJECTS (PTY) LTD 72: GIBBON, MICHAEL JOHN, YEO, WILLIAM HOWARD 33: ZA 31: 2005/ : 2005/03/24 54: METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR TRANSPORTING A PRODUCT WITHIN A DIFFUSER A method and apparatus for transporting a product within a diffuser during a continuous lixiviation process. The apparatus comprises at least one 21: 2008/ : 2008/03/13 43: 2012/03/28 51: B01J, C01B 71: IFP 72: BATS, Nicolas, FECANT, Antoine 33: FR 31: 07/ : 2007/04/05 54: PROCESS FOR PREPARATION OF A MEL- STRUCTURAL-TYPE ZEOLITE A process for preparation of a MEL-structural- type zeolite that comprises at least the following stage:i) the mixture, in aqueous medium, of at least one source of at least one tetravalent element and at least one nitrogen - containing organic radical of the Page 60

61 formula: in which n represents the methylene group number (CH2) and is equal to 6 or 7 and 1R and R2 represent alkyl groups that have 2 to 7 caron atoms, ii) the hydrothermal treatment of said mixture until said MEL-structural -type zeolite is formed, is described. comprising an annular skirt (5B) having a plurality of spaced apart projections (5F) around its inner circumference and the collar (6) comprising a ring with a plurality of spaced part flaps (7), (or other radially moveable parts) provided thereon, the collar (6) being arranged to fit between the container body (1) and cap (5) with their axes aligned such that the projections (5F) engage axially facing surfaces (6A) of the ring and the flaps (7) (or other radially moveable parts) engage an axially facing surface (3B) of a lip (or other features) (3) of the container body (1) whereby the cap (5) can be secured to the container body (1). 21: 2008/ : 16/04/ : 30/01/ : G06K 71: CLIFTON MDUDUZI SIBUSISO ZAMA 72: CLIFTON MDUDUZI SIBUSISO ZAMA 33: - 31: - 32: - 54: ELECTRONIC DOCUMENT CONVERTER 57: A system to be used with a CPU and a scanner, which is capable of identifying individual characters or strings of characters, and convert it to computer code to perform a predetermined function. A template form is completed with the desired information and is scanned to a CPU where the information is converted to code to form, for instance, a website. 21: 2008/ : 2008/08/25 43: 2012/02/27 51: B65D 71: Dubois Ltd 72: FRASER, Anthony Henry Joseph, DANDO, Willam George, SAMS, Stephen 33: GB 31: : 2006/02/07 54: CLOSURE ASSEMBLY COMPRISING A CAP AND COLLAR A container comprising a container body (1) having a circular opening (4) which defines an axis, a cap (5) to close the opening (4) and a collar (6), the cap (5) 21: 2008/ : 2008/08/27 43: 2012/02/24 51: A23G, A23L 71: The Quaker Oats Company 72: ABU-ALI, Jareer, MOORE, Gary 33: US 31: 11/400,567 32: 2006/04/07 54: EDIBLE ADHESIVE COATINGS FOR MULTI- COMPONENT FOOD PRODUCTS This invention relates to edible adhesive coatings for multi-component food products, methods of making edible adhesive coatings, food products- comprising these edible adhesive coatings, and methods to make multi-component food products comprising edible adhesive coatings; and particularly to edible adhesive coatings for multi-component food products, methods of making edible adhesive Page 61

62 coatings, food products comprising these edible adhesive coatings, and methods to make multicomponent food products comprising edible adhesive coatings where one of the functions for the edible adhesive coating is to facilitate adhesion of particulate components, such as grains or granola pieces, to a base component, such as a food- based center. This invention, in one embodiment, provides an edible adhesive coating comprising a source of edible fat, a hygroscopic food powder, and optionally an emulsifier. In specific embodiments, the hygroscopic food powder is a dietary fiber, such as polydextrose, and the emulsifier is lecithin. The source of edible fat can be any typical source, including compound coatings and chocolate coatings. Other embodiments of the present invention provide methods to make edible adhesive coatings, methods to make food products using edible adhesive coatings, and food products comprising edible adhesive coatings. 21: 2008/ : 2008/10/21 43: 2012/01/27 51: A61K, A61P, C07D 71: AstraZeneca AB 72: WÅLLBERG, Andreas, NILSSON, Karolina, HOLM, Björn, NÅGÅRD, Mats, GRANBERG, Kenneth, SLASSI, Abdelmalik, EDWARDS, Louise, ISAAC, Methvin, XIN, Tao, STEFANAC, Tomislav 33: US 31: 60/797,659 32: 2006/05/05 54: MGLUR5 MODULATORS I The present invention is directed to novel compounds of Formula (I) for modulation of metabotropic glutamate receptors, in particular mglurd and their use in therapy, for instance disorders of the peripheral nervous system, reflux and irritable bowel syndrome. 21: 2008/ : 2008/10/21 43: 2012/01/27 51: A61K, A61P, C07D 71: AstraZeneca AB 72: HANSEN, Peter, IVARSSON, Marianne, LAWITZ, Karolina, LÖNN, Hans, NIKITIDIS, Antonios, RAY, Asim 33: US 31: 60/798,784 32: 2006/05/08 54: 2-PYRAZINONE DERIVATIVES FOR THE TREATMENT OF DISEASE OR CONDITION IN WHICH INHIBITION OF NEUTROPHIL ELASTASE ACTIVITY IS BENEFICIAL. The invention provides compounds of formula (I) wherein R1, R3, R4, R5, R14, X and W are as defined in the specification and optical isomers, racemates and tautomers thereof, and pharmaceutically acceptable salts thereof; together with processes for their preparation, pharmaceutical compositions containing them and their use in therapy. The compounds are inhibitors of human neutrophil elastase. 21: 2008/ : 2008/11/11 43: 2012/02/22 51: H01M 71: Intelligent Energy Limited 72: HOOD, Peter David, FOSTER, Simon Edward Page 62

63 33: GB 31: : 2006/05/13 54: GASKETS FOR FUEL CELLS A gasket for sealing internal surfaces of a fuel cell and formed of compressible material, the gasket comprising a first sealing surface and a second sealing surface for providing a fluid seal against opposing faces of a first fluid flow field plate and a second fluid flow field plate respectively, the gasket further comprising a third sealing surface for sealing against an outer perimeter region of a first surface of a membrane electrode assembly, the third sealing surface being entirely enclosed within a boundary defined by an inner perimeter of the second sealing surface. carboxylic acid and/or ester to produce a second hydrocarbon-containing stream in which at least some of the hydrocarbons are derived from the carboxylic acid and/or ester. 21: 2008/ : 2008/11/17 43: 2012/02/21 51: C10G 71: BP Oil International Limited 72: GUDDE, Nicholas John, TOWNSEND, James Adam 33: EP 31: : 2006/05/25 54: HYDROGENATION PROCESS A process for the production of a fuel composition comprising hydrocarbons derived from carboxylic acids and/or carboxylic acid esters, which process comprises feeding hydrogen and a hydrocarboncontaining stream to a first reactor to reduce levels of olefins and/or heteroatom-containing compounds in the hydrocarbon-containing stream, and feeding the so-treated hydrocarbon-containing stream to a second reactor together with hydrogen and a 21: 2008/ : 2008/11/24 43: 2012/02/27 51: B60N 71: Audiovox Incaar Systems GmbH 72: MITCHELL, Ciaran 33: GB 31: : 2006/05/10 54: CONSOLE A vehicle passenger is provided with a console (1) for mounting an entertainment apparatus, the console being coupled to the back of a more forwardly located seat by headrest retaining clips (7) of the kind adapted to hold posts of a height adjustable headrest (6) for the seat at a height selected position. In one arrangement, the console is sandwiched between the headrest retaining clips and the top of the seat back. In an alternative arrangement, the console incorporates integral headrest retaining clips that replace the conventional headrest retaining clips. Page 63

64 21: 2009/ : 2009/01/23 43: 2012/02/02 51: A61K, A61P, C07D 71: Warner Chilcott Company, LLC 72: GRAY, Jeffrey Lyle, CLARK, Cynthia Monesa, NICHOLS, Ryan, MAIER, Mathew Brian, AMARASINGHE, Kande 33: US 31: 60/816,825 32: 2006/06/27 54: HUMAN PROTEIN TYROSINE PHOSPHATASE INHIBITORS AND METHODS OF USE The present disclosure relates to compounds effective as human protein tyrosine phosphatase beta (HPTP-ß) inhibitors thereby regulating angiogenesis. The present disclosure further relates to compositions comprising one or more human protein tyrosine phosphatase beta (HPTP-ß) inhibitors, and to methods for regulating angiogenesis. 21: 2009/ : 06/10/ : 24/02/ : A01N, A01P 71: NEMOS HORTICULTURAL LIMITED 72: AL-AMIDI ABDULHAMID H K 33: EP 31: : 2007/03/23 54: FORMULATION FOR THE BIOLOGICAL CONTROL OF INSECT-PESTS 57: A formulation for use in the biological control of insect pests comprises a cohort of infective juvenile insect-parasitic nematodes from at least three species, wherein at least two of the species are of a first genus, and at least one of the species are from a second genus, and wherein the number of species from the first genus is greater than the number of species from the second genus. The cohort of infective juvenile nematodes consists essentially of two species from the first genus and one species from the second genus and comprises at least one ambusher foraging species of nematode from a first genera and at least two cruiser foraging species of nematode from a different genera, or at least two ambusher foraging species of nematode from the same genera and at least one cruiser foraging species of nematode from a different genera. The first and second genus are selected from the group comprising: Steinernematidae; and Heterorhapditidae. The cohort of infective juvenile nematodes consists essentially of two species from the first genus and one species from the second genus and comprises at least two ambusher foraging species of nematode from a first genera and at least one cruiser foraging species of nematode from a different genera, or at least two cruisers foraging species of nematode from the same genera and at least one ambusher foraging species of nematode from a different genera. The first and second genus are selected from the group comprising: Steinernematidae; and Heterorhapditidae. 21: 2009/ : 2009/10/21 43: 2012/01/27 51: G01S 71: Raytheon Company 72: MCGUIRE, Patric M. 33: US 31: 60/917,782 32: 2007/05/14 54: METHODS AND APPARATUS FOR SELECTING A TARGET FROM RADAR TRACKING DATA Methods and apparatus for selecting a target from radar data according to various aspects of the present invention operate in conjunction with a realtime data source and a countermeasure system. The real-time data source provides tracking information for at least one potential target from which a lead track associated with one target meeting a predetermined threshold requirement may be selected for engagement by the countermeasure system. Page 64

65 such carotenoids as pretreatments for mammals at risk of an ischemic event. 21: 2009/ : 2009/10/22 43: 2012/01/27 51: A61K, A61P, C07K, G01N 71: Wyeth LLC 72: VUGMEYSTER, Yulia, XU, Xin, TIAN, Xianbin, RAIBLE, Donald G., ZHOU, Yuji Simon, DURN, Billie 33: US 31: 60/926,078 32: 2007/04/23 33: US 31: 60/925,932 32: 2007/04/23 54: METHODS AND COMPOSITIONS FOR TREATING AND MONITORING TREATMENT OF IL-13-ASSOCIATED DISORDERS Methods and compositions for reducing or inhibiting, or preventing or delaying the onset of, one or more symptoms associated with an early and/or a late phase of an IL- 13-associated disorder or condition using IL- 13 binding agents are disclosed. Methods for evaluating the kinetics and/or efficacy of an IL- 13 binding agent in treating or preventing an IL associated disorder or condition in a subject, e.g., a human subject, are also disclosed. 21: 2009/ : 2009/11/04 43: 2012/02/06 51: C07C, C11B 71: Diffusion Pharmaceuticals LLC 72: GAINER, John L. 33: US 31: 60/907,718 32: 2007/04/13 54: USE OF BIPOLAR TRANS CAROTENOIDS AS A PRETREATMENT AND IN THE TREATMENT OF PERIPHERAL VASCULAR DISEASE The subject application relates to methods of treatment of peripheral vascular disease (PVD) as well as ischemic osteonecrosis, peritoneal ischemia, chronic ocular disease, macular degeneration, or diabetic retinopathy, comprising administering a therapeutically effective amount of a trans carotenoid. The invention also relates to the use of 21: 2009/ : 2009/11/04 43: 2012/02/06 51: A24F, B65D 71: British American Tobacco (Investments) Limited 72: McKENZIE, Aaron, DICKASON, Steve 33: SE 31: : 2007/06/04 54: PACKAGE FOR TOBACCO PRODUCTS The present invention relates to a package (1) comprising a first unit (11) for a smokeable tobacco product and a second unit (12) for a smokeless tobacco product. 21: 2009/ : 2009/11/05 43: 2012/02/06 51: A01N, A61K 71: Scidose LLC 72: PALEPU, Nageswara R., BULUSU, Bhanu Teja 33: US 31: 60/930,824 32: 2007/05/18 54: ZIPRASIDONE FORMULATIONS A ziprasidone formulation containing at least (a) one ziprasidone compound and at least an excipient component (b) that includes at least one of (i) one or more of a mono-, di-, or tri-ester of C12-24 fatty acids and glycerol, in which each fatty acid group is chosen independently of the others, or mixtures thereof; and/or (ii) one or more mono- or di-esters of C12.24fatty acids and polyc2-3alkyleglycol, in which each fatty acid group is chosen independently of the others, or mixtures thereof; and/or (iii) a TPGS Page 65

66 (tocopherol-siccinic acid- polyehtyleneglycol); and where this component (b) may optionally include (iv) optianally free plyc2-3alkyleglycol; (v) optionally free glycerol; and (vi) optionally free fatty acids having carbon atoms; and (vii) mixtures thereof; the formulation further comprising (c) at least one surfactant selected from anionic and non-ionionic sufactants and still further comprising (d) at least one hydroxylalkyl alkylcellulose in which each alkyl group and each hydroxyalkyl group independently has from 1 to 4 carbon atoms. The formulation achieves improved dissolution and bioavalability of the formulation. Reduction in side effect profile and increased efficacy and utility in additional indications are also disclosed. 21: 2009/ : 2009/11/05 43: 2012/02/06 51: B02C 71: Sandvik Intellectual Property AB 72: DALLIMORE, Rowan, FENSOME, George, KJAERRAN, Knut 33: SE 31: : 2007/05/30 54: DISTRIBUTOR PLATE FOR A VSI-CRUSHER AND A METHOD OF REPLACING SUCH A PLATE A replaceable distributor plate (18) is adapted for protecting a lower horizontal disc (6) of a rotor (1) of a vertical shaft impact crusher. The replaceable distributor plate (18) comprises at least two separate pieces (20, 22, 24). The separate pieces (20, 22, 24) are separated from each other along separating lines, as seen from above, each of which separating lines extend substantially from the centre of the distributor plate (18) to the periphery thereof. 71: Intermune, Inc., Array BioPharma, Inc. 72: ANDREWS, Steven W., SEIWERT, Scott, BEIGELMAN, Leonid, BLATT, Lawrence, BUCKMAN, Brad, CONDROSKI, Kevin R., WANG, Bin, LYON, Michael A., KERCHER, Timothy S., KENNEDY, April L., KAUS, Robert J., JIANG, Yutong 33: US 31: 60/917,300 32: 2007/05/10 54: NOVEL PEPTIDE INHIBITORS OF HEPATITIS C VIRUS REPLICATION The embodiments provide compounds of the general Formula (I), as well as compositions, including pharmaceutical compositions, comprising a subject compound. The embodiments provide compounds of the general Formula (II), as well as compositions, including pharmaceutical compositions, comprising a subject compound. The embodiments further provide treatment methods, including methods of treating a hepatitis C virus infection and methods of treating liver fibrosis, the methods generally involving administering to an individual in need thereof an effective amount of a subject compound or composition. 21: 2009/ : 2009/11/13 43: 2012/02/22 51: A61K 71: GE Healthcare AS 72: JOHANNESEN, Edvin Wilhelm, CUTHBERTSON, Alan 33: GB 31: : 2007/05/16 54: LABELLED HGF BINDING PEPTIDES FOR IMAGING The present invention relates to labelled cmet binding peptides suitable for optical imaging in vivo. The peptides are labelled with an optical reporter group suitable for imaging in the red to near-infrared region. Also disclosed are pharamacuetical compositions and kits, as well as in vivo imaging methods, especially of use in the detection, staging, diagnosis, monitoring of disease progression or monitoring of treatment of colorectal cancer (CRC). 21: 2009/ : 2009/11/09 43: 2012/02/22 51: A61K, A61P, C07D 21: 2009/ : 2009/11/16 43: 2012/02/16 51: C10G 71: ENI S.p.A., IFP 72: COUPARD, Vincent, CAPRANI, Eric, DOUZIECH, Damien, DANDEU, Aurélie, COSYNS, Jean, FEDOU, Stéphane, MARCHAL-GEORGE, Nathalie Page 66

67 33: FR 31: : 2007/06/12 54: PROCESS FOR PRODUCING MIDDLE DISTILLATES BY HYDROISOMERIZING AND HYDROCRACKING A HEAVY FRACTION FROM A FISCHER-TROPSCH EFFLUENT The invention relates to a method in which the paraffin effluent from a Fischer-Tropsch synthesis unit is separated in order to obtain a C5+ heavy fraction, said heavy fraction being then hydrogenated in the presence of a hydrogenation catalyst at a temperature of between 100 C and 180 C, at a global pressure of between 0.5 and 6 MPa, at an hourly volumetric rate of between 1 and 10h-1, and at a hydrogen flow rate corresponding to a volumetric hydrogen/hydrocarbon ratio of between 5 and 80 Nl/l/h, the liquid hydrogenated effluent being then contacted with a hydroisomerisation / hydrocracking catalyst without any preliminary separation step, the hydroisomerised/hydrocracked effluent being then distilled for obtaining the middle distillates and optionally oil bases. 21: 2009/ : 2009/11/17 43: 2012/02/22 51: B65G 71: Interroll Holding AG 72: LINDEMANN, Harry 33: DE 31: : 2007/06/18 54: CONVEYOR ROLLER MOUNTED VIA BEARING POTS The invention relates to a conveyor system (1) designed as a belt conveyor system and comprising a conveyor belt (5) that loops around the conveyor roller (2) at least partially, wherein the conveyor roller (2) is mounted on at least one side via a bearing pot (6) having, at least over a loop region of the conveyor belt (5) a radius substantially equal to or somewhat smaller than the radius of the conveyor roller (2) in the axial end region of the conveyor roller (2), wherein the conveyor belt (5) is disposed on the conveyor roller (2) such that the gap (7) between the conveyor roller (2) and the bearing pot (6) is covered by the conveyor belt (5). 21: 2009/ : 2009/11/18 43: 2012/02/22 51: A61K, C07K 71: Peptimmune, Inc. 72: BONNIN, Dustan 33: US 31: 60/928,225 32: 2007/05/07 54: METHODS FOR THE DIRECTED EXPANSION OF EPITOPES FOR USE AS ANTIBODY LIGANDS The instant invention comprises a process for selecting and manufacturing antibodies useful for therapeutic, prophylactic, diagnostic or research purposes using epitope peptide mixtures synthesized by the solid phase synthesis, such process defined by a set of rules regarding the identity and the frequency of occurrence of amino acids that substitute a base or native amino acid of a known epitope. The resulting antibodies are related to but distinct from antibodies that bind to the known epitope. 21: 2009/ : 2009/11/20 43: 2012/02/22 51: A23L, C07H 71: The Coca-Cola Company 72: PRAKASH, Indra, UPRETI, Mani 33: US 31: 11/751,625 32: 2007/05/21 54: STEVIOSIDE POLYMORPHIC AND AMORPHOUS FORMS, METHODS FOR THEIR FORMULATION, AND USES Page 67

68 Exemplary embodiments of this invention encompass a method for purifying a substantially crude stevioside, methods for preparing polymorphic and amorphous forms of stevioside, and the polymorphic and amorphous forms prepared therefrom. 21: 2009/ : 2009/11/26 43: 2012/02/14 51: G09G 71: NthDegree Technologies Worldwide Inc. 72: RAY, William Johnstone, LOWENTHAL, Mark D., BOWDEN, David R., SHOTTON, Neil O. 33: US 31: 11/756,619 32: 2007/05/31 33: US 31: 11/756,616 32: 2007/05/31 54: METHOD OF MANUFACTURING ADDRESSABLE AND STATIC ELECTRONIC DISPLAYS, POWER GENERATING OR OTHER ELECTRONIC APPARATUS The present invention provides a method of manufacturing an electronic display, power generating or other electronic apparatus. The exemplary method includes depositing a first conductive medium within a plurality of cavities of a substrate to form a plurality of first conductors. A plurality of electronic components in a suspending medium are then deposited within the plurality of cavities, and the plurality of electronic components are oriented using an applied field, followed by a bonding of the plurality of electronic components to the plurality of first conductors. A second, transmissive conductive medium is then deposited and bonded to the plurality of electronic components. 21: 2009/ : 2009/12/08 43: 2012/01/30 51: G07F 71: WMS Gaming Inc. 72: ANDERSON, Peter R., HORNIK, Jeremy M., JOSHI, Shridhar P., PACEY, Larry J. 33: US 31: 60/930,806 32: 2007/05/18 54: GAMING SYSTEM HAVING WAGERING FEATURES FUNDED BY EXTRA-CASINO ACTIVITIES A method of funding features of a wagering game, comprises receiving a first sum of money generated from extra-casino activity associated with at least one person and depositing the first sum into a feature fund. The method further comprises allocating the first sum to at least one account of the feature fund in accordance with a first rule set. The method further comprises, in response to a triggering event, withdrawing a second sum of money from the at least one account. The method further comprises funding at least one feature associated with the wagering game from the second sum of money and activating the funded feature. 21: 2010/ : 2008/06/23 43: 2012/01/12 51: C12N 71: IBIS BIOSCIENCES, INC. Page 68

69 72: MASSIRE, CHRISTIAN, SAMPATH, RANGARAJAN, BLYN, LAWRENCE B, ECKER, DAVID J 33: US 31: 60/945,850 32: 2007/06/22 33: US 31: 61/037,884 32: 2008/03/19 54: COMPOSITIONS AND METHODS FOR IDENTIFICATION OF SUBSPECIES CHARACTERISTICS OF MYCOBACTERIUM TUBERCULOSIS The present invention provides compositions, kits and methods for rapid genotyping of strains ofmycobacterium tuberculosisby molecular mass and base composition analysis. Drug-resistant strains ofmycobacterium tuberculosismay be identified in human clinical samples and as such, provide for methods of treatment of humans infected with drug resistant strains ofmycobacterium tuberculosis. 21: 2010/ : 2008/09/12 43: 2012/02/13 51: C08B 71: LENZING AG 72: INNERLOHINGER, JOSEF, KRAFT, GREGOR, WEBER, HEDDA, HARMS, HAIO 33: AT 31: A 1498/ : 2007/09/21 54: CELLULOSE POWDER AND METHOD FOR THE PRODUCTION THEREOF The invention relates to a cellulose powder which is made of spherical, non-fibrillary cellulose particles and to a method for the production thereof. 21: 2010/ : 2008/10/24 43: 2012/02/23 51: C12Q 71: ALFRED HEALTH 72: LEWIN, SHARON R, CORNALL, ALYSSA MARIE, CAMERON, PAUL URQUHART 33: US 31: 60/983,062 32: 2007/10/26 54: DIAGNOSTIC AND THERAPEUTIC PROTOCOLS The present invention relates generally to the fields of diagnostic assays and therapeutic protocols with respect to viral infection. 21: 2010/ : 2010/03/12 43: 2012/02/21 51: B65D, H01R 71: JONKER, Daniël Johannes 72: JONKER, Daniël Johannes 33: ZA 31: 2009/ : 2009/03/20 54: WALL BOX ASSEMBLY A wall box assembly (10) comprises a wall box (12) defining a chamber (14) and comprising a lip formation (16) defining on opening (18) to the chamber (14). The assembly comprises a removable barrier (20) for removably closing the opening (14). 21: 2010/ : 2008/11/13 43: 2012/01/10 51: A47K 71: LOCHTEFELD, THOMAS J. 72: LOCHTEFELD, THOMAS J. 33: US 31: 61/002,888 32: 2007/11/13 33: US 31: 61/131,137 32: 2008/06/06 Page 69

70 54: METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR STORING AND TRANSPORTING PORTABLE STATIONARY SHEET FLOW WATER RIDES The invention relates to a portable water ride having a trailer with a water catch basin built therein, wherein at least two pivoting supports are provided which can be deployed to an expanded position and stowed to a vertical position. When the supports are deployed, a flexible ride surface can be stretched between said supports to form an inclined ride surface upon which a sheet flow of water from a nozzle housing can be provided upon which water skimming maneuvers can be performed. A walkway on either side of the ride surface, as well as an entrance platform at the top of the ride surface, and other grated platforms, railings, etc., can also be provided. 54: METHOD FOR PREPARING POROUS COLLAGEN MATRICES A method of preparing porous collagen matrices directly from connective tissues using an acidic solution substantially free of salt. 21: 2010/ : 2010/07/26 43: 2012/02/08 51: A23L 71: National Cheng Kung University, LIFE FUSION, LLC. 72: HUANG, Lynn L.H. 54: PREPARATION OF HIGH PURITY COLLAGEN A method of preparing collagen by first producing a collagen matrix and then extracting collagen from the matrix. 21: 2010/ : 2010/07/26 43: 2012/02/08 51: A61L 71: National Cheng Kung University, Life Fusion, Llc. 72: HUANG, Lynn L.H. 21: 2010/ : 2009/01/08. 43: 2012/01/30 51: F24H; F24J 71: COOL OR COSY ENERGY TECHNOLOGY PTY LTD 72: NEUWEN, DAVID BERNARD 33: AU 31: : 2008/01/11 33: AU 31: : 2008/12/15 54: TEMPERATURE CONTROL FOR A SOLAR COLLECTOR A solar collector temperature control intended for use with a solar collector comprising at least one solar tube (11), the interior of the solar tube in use accommodating a heat exchanger or a like means and/or heat exchange medium, said temperature control comprising a controller and a shield (19), the shield associated with the outer wall of the solar tube and extending for at least a portion of the length of the solar tube, said shield having an angular extent sufficient to extend partially around the solar tube. The shield supported to be rotatable about the central axis of the solar tube between a first position remote from the source of radiation and a second Page 70

71 position most proximate the source of radiation. The control further comprising a sensor adapted to sense the temperature of the a heat exchanger or a like means and/or heat exchange medium accommodated by the solar tube, a drive (21, 25, 29) operatively controlled by the controller to cause rotation of the shield around the central axis of the solar tube between the first and second position depending upon the temperature of the heat exchanger or like means and/or medium accommodated within the interior of the solar tube. 21: 2010/ : 11/08/ : 06/03/ : G08B 71: LOJACK OPERATING COMPANY LP 72: ARPIN CLAUDE, DUVALL WILLIAM R, LIPOWSKI JOSEPH T, RAMADORAI ARVIND K, WOOTERS THOMAS A 33: US 31: 61/ : 2008/02/14 54: ASSET RECOVERY SYSTEM 57: An asset location, tracking, and recovery system and method includes a network of VHF towers and a control center receiving signals from and transmitting signals to the VHF towers. Primary locating units each include a transmitter, a receiver, and a transponder activated when a signal is transmitted by the control center via the VHF towers to the receiver. Auxiliary locating units include at least a transmitter emitting a signal received by at least one primary locating unit receiver which relays that signal to the control center via the VHF towers from the primary locating unit transmitter. 21: 2010/ : 2010/08/11 43: 2012/02/02 51: A61K, A61P, C07H 71: Chimerix, Inc. 72: LANIER, Ernest Randall, ALMOND, Merrick R., PAINTER, George R. 33: US 31: 61/023,633 32: 2008/01/25 54: METHODS OF TREATING VIRAL INFECTIONS The present invention provides methods of treating human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and/or hepatitis B virus (HBV) infection, including administering a compound described in the invention in an amount effective treat the HIV and/or HBV infection and at least substantially inhibit the development of resistance to said antiviral compounds in the subject. Pharmaceutical compositions are also provided. Page 71

72 21: 2010/ : 2010/08/12 43: 2012/02/21 51: A23D, A23L 71: OLIVE X-TEND LTD. 72: PADAN, Nir, GERSHONY, Yariv, KEREM, Zohar, LAVEE, Shimon 54: A METHOD FOR TREATING OLIVES TO BE UTILIZED FOR OLIVE OIL PRODUCTION Methods are provided for treating freshly harvested olives to substantially retain the quality of oil contained therewithin for enabling production of high quality olive oil from said treated olives at a prolonged time after harvest and treated freshly harvested olives with retained oil qualities characterized in that the oil extracted therefrom after a prolonged storage time meets the standards of the IOC for Virgin Olive Oils. 21: 2010/ : 2010/08/23 43: 2012/02/24 51: B61L 71: General Electric Company 72: UEBE, Dirk, KISS Jr, James Michael 33: US 31: 61/027,082 32: 2008/02/08 54: RAILWAY SENSOR COMMUNICATION SYSTEM AND METHOD An approach annunciator for a railway includes at least one sensor for sensing a vehicle traveling along the railway, a control device (26) adapted to receive a first message from the at least one sensor and to create a second message, and a transmitting module (24) adapted to send the second message created by the control device (26). The control device (26) is adapted to operate the transmitting module (24) in one of a plurality of modes including an energy saving mode and an operation mode. Page 72

73 21: 2010/ : 27/08/ : 09/02/ : 71: BOTHA QUINTIN 72: BOTHA QUINTIN 33: ZA 31: 2009/ : 2009/05/27 54: BURGLAR PROOFING 57: The invention relates to burglar proofing. In particular, the invention relates to a burglar proofing mounting bracket, to a burglar proofing kit, and to a burglar proofing installation. The burglar proofing mounting bracket, includes mounting means having at least one mounting formation for mounting to a fixed construction, the mounting formation orientated for mounting onto a fixed construction surface defined in a first plane; and an attachment formation fast with the mounting formation extending co-planar to a second protection plane in which burglar proofing is to be mounted, the attachment formation being in the form of any one of a socket and a shank for removably receiving the other one of a shank and a socket. 21: 2010/ : 2010/07/23 43: 2012/02/07 51: 71: QUADRILLE INGENIERIE 72: BATTAS, XAVIER, SULLY, JEAN-LUC 33: FR 31: : 2009/07/24 54: A METHOD OF BROADCASTING DIGITAL DATA The present invention relates to a method for broadcasting digital content in a one-way data transmission network, in particular video, the system preferably being a terrestrial digital television or satellite television network, the network comprising a transmitter system and a plurality of receivers, the digital content comprising main data transmitted at a variable amount, temporarily freeing up the bandwidth, wherein said method comprises transmitting additional digital content from the transmitter system to at least one receiver while using at least the temporarily freed up bandwidth, and wherein said content is locally stored in at least one receiver. Page 73

74 21: 2010/ : 08/09/ : 08/03/ : F41A, F41G 71: KLEIN AVNER 72: KLEIN AVNER 33: AU 31: : 2008/03/12 54: WEAPONS CONTROL SYSTEMS 57: Weapons control systems are disclosed including a handheld display and wiring loom configurations for weapons control systems. A control system for a weapon comprises a sight unit for mounting to the weapon for capturing image data for targeting the weapon. The control system also comprises a handheld display having a sight viewable by at least one eye of an operator of the weapon to view data associated with operation of the weapon including image data collected by the sight unit and a controller to control operation of the weapon. The control system also comprises a communication system coupled to be in communication with the handheld display and the sight unit to enable the operator to remotely view the data associated with operation of the weapon and simultaneously control operation of the weapon. 21: 2010/ : 15/09/ : 31/01/ : F16K 71: INNOVATIVE MINING PRODUCTS (PTY) LTD 72: CROMPTON BRENDAN ROBERT and PASTORINO PAOLO ETTORE 33: ZA 31: 2009/ : 2009/09/02 54: PRELOAD DEVICE FULL PRESSURE INDICATOR 57: The invention provides a pressure indicator valve for use with a preload device, which includes a body, a bore through the body, an inlet to the bore and an outlet from the bore which is movable between a first position, at which the flow of liquid through the bore, from the inlet to the outlet is prevented and a second position at which the flow of liquid into the preload device is allowed, a port through a wall of the body, from the interior of the bore to the exterior of the body, which is located between the first position of the valve member and the bore inlet, and a strucutre which seals the port and which, when the pressure of the liquid in the bore exceeds a predetermined value, opens the port to allow liquid to flow from the bore through the port. 21: 2010/ : 2009/03/04. 43: 2012/01/16 51: B01D 71: RUDOLF W. GUNNERMAN AND PETER W. GUNNERMAN 72: GUNNERMAN, RUDOLPH W., GUNNERMAN, PETER W 33: US 31: 12/098,513 32: : US 31: 12/171,801 32: : US 31: 12/212,968 32: : PROCESS FOR CONVERSION OF BIOGAS TO LIQUID FUEL Biogases such as natural gas and other gases capable of being biologically derived by digestion of organic matter are converted to a clean-burning hydrocarbon liquid fuel in a process wherein a biogas is fed to a reaction vessel where the biogas Page 74

75 contacts a liquid petroleum fraction and a transition metal catalyst immersed in the liquid, vaporized product gas is drawn from a vapor space above the liquid level, condensed, and fed to a product vessel where condensate is separated from uncondensed gas and drawn off as the liquid product fuel. Uncondensed gas can be recycled to the reaction vessel. The present process produces a clean burning coal from low grade coal and has a higher heating value per unit mass, as compared to the feed stock coal. The clean coal may used in coal-fired power plants, industrial boilers, and homes since it produces fewer or none of the emissions commonly associated with coal burning devices. The process treats coal prior to its combustion and removes about 90 percent of the pollutants. These pollutants are removed within 6 to 18 minutes, many of which may be recycled into products such as roofing tar, chemical feed stocks, and light hydrocarbons that can be used as gaseous fuels. The final product is suitable for use in homes where coal is used for cooking and heating, and significantly improves the health of those who have previously been exposed to toxic fumes from burning uncleaned coal in their homes. The process is fueled by its own by-products, recycles heat, and reduces coal weight to save energy in transporting it to the user. 21: 2010/ : 2010/10/18 43: 2012/02/23 51: A61K, A61P 71: Vertex Pharmaceuticals Incorporated 72: MCNAIR, Lindsay, MCHUTCHISON, John 33: US 31: 61/047,336 32: 2008/04/23 54: TREATMENT OF HEPATITIS C VIRUS INFECTIONS WITH TELAPREVIR (VX-950) IN PATIENTS NON-RESPONSIVE TO TREATMENT WITH PEGYLATED INTERFERON-ALPHA-2A/2B AND RIBAVIRIN The present invention relates to antiviral therapies and compositions for treating or preventing Hepatitis C infections in patients and relates to other methods disclosed herein. The invention also relates to kits and pharmaceutical packs comprising compositions and dosage forms. The invention also relates to processes for preparing these compositions, dosages, kits, and packs. 21: 2010/ : 2008/04/15 43: 2012/01/05 51: C10L 71: HUNT, LARRY, PAUL, ANTON DILO, MENDEZ, FLORENTINO J, GARCIA, ALEJANDRO 72: HUNT, LARRY, PAUL, ANTON DILO, MENDEZ, FLORENTINO J, GARCIA, ALEJANDRO 54: COAL ENHANCEMENT PROCESS 21: 2010/ : 2008/06/12 43: 2012/01/20 51: H01M 71: THE REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA 72: TUCKER, MICHAEL C, JACOBSON, CRAIG P 33: US 31: 61/046,313 32: 2008/04/18 54: INTEGRATED SEAL FOR HIGH- TEMPERATURE ELECTROCHEMICAL DEVICE Page 75

76 The present invention provides electrochemical device structures having integrated seals, and methods of fabricating them. According to various embodiments the structures include a thin, supported electrolyte film with the electrolyte sealed to the support. The perimeter of the support is selfsealed during fabrication. The perimeter can then be independently sealed to a manifold or other device, e.g., via an external seal. According to various embodiments, the external seal does not contact the electrolyte, thereby eliminating the restrictions on the sealing method and materials imposed by sealing against the electrolyte. 21: 2010/ : 2010/10/20 43: 2012/02/02 51: A41B, A41D, A47K 71: MASUKU, Mandlenkosi Sibusiso 72: MASUKU, Mandlenkosi Sibusiso 54: A CLOTHING PROTECTOR This invention relates to a clothing protector. The clothing protector includes a piece of absorbent sheeting and defines holding means for holding the piece of absorbent sheeting in front of clothing of a man in a crotch area of the man whilst urinating, thereby to shield clothing behind the piece of absorbent sheeting from urine splatter. The piece of absorbent sheeting may be made of cellulose based material and the clothing protector may be disposable. 21: 2010/ : 2010/10/25 43: 2012/01/26 51: A61K, A61P, C07D 71: Janssen Pharmaceutica, N.V. 72: BALLENTINE, Scott A., REANY, Laura 54: PROCESSES FOR THE PREPARATION OF BENZO-FUSED DIOXIN DERIVATIVES The present invention is directed to processes for the preparation of benzo-fused heteroaryl derivatives, useful for the treatment of epilepsy and related disorders. The present invention is further directed to processes for the preparation of intermediates in the synthesis of the benzo-fused heteroaryl derivatives. Page 76

77 Furthermore, the present invention relates to intermediates used to prepare compounds of formula (I), to methods of using them to combat and control insects, acarine, mollusc and nematode pests and to insecticidal, acaricidal, molluscicidal and nematicidal compositions comprising them. 21: 2010/ : 2010/10/25 43: 2012/01/26 51: A61K, A61P, C07D 71: Janssen Pharmaceutica N.V. 72: ABDEL-MAGID, Ahmed F., MEHRMAN, Steven J. 54: PROCESS FOR THE PREPARATION OF BENZO-FUSED HETEROARYL SULFAMATES AND CRYSTALLINE FORM OF N- ( ( (2S) -6- CHLORO-2,3-DIHYDRO-L,4-BENZODIOXIN-2-YL) METHYL-SULFAMIDE The present invention is directed to a process for the preparation of benzo-fused heteroaryl sulfamates, useful for the treatment of epilepsy and related disorders according to formula (IA) and to a crystalline compound of formula (I-S). Process for the preparation of a compound of formula (IA). 21: 2010/ : 2010/10/25 43: 2012/01/26 51: A01N, C07D 71: Syngenta Participations AG 72: CASSAYRE, Jérôme Yves, CORSI, Camilla, PITTERNA, Thomas, MAIENFISCH, Peter 33: GB 31: : 2008/05/15 54: INSECTICIDAL COMPOUNDS A compound of formula (I): wherein R1 is pyrid-4-yl optionally substituted by one to four substituents independently selected from halogen, C1-3 alkyl or C1-3 haloalkyl; R2 is hydrogen, halogen, C1-4 haloalkyl or C1-4 haloalkoxy; R3 is trifluoromethyl, difluoromehtyl or difluoromethoxyl; and R5 is hydrogen or halogen; or salts or N-oxides thereof. 21: 2010/ : 2010/10/26 43: 2012/01/26 51: A61K 71: Nestec S.A. 72: ZANGHI, Brian Michael 33: US 31: 61/072,069 32: 2008/03/27 54: METHODS FOR INCREASING ABSORPTION OF PEPTIDES, PEPTIDOMIMETICS, AND OTHER GASTROINTESTINAL TRANSPORT PROTEIN SUBSTRATES Methods and compositions useful for enhancing the absorption and/or transport of peptides, peptidomimetics, and other gastrointestina transport protein substrates through gastrointestinal transport proteins are provided. The methods comprise using hormones such as melatonin to increase the transport of the peptides, peptidomimetics, and substrates. The compositions comprise one or more hormones and one or more peptides, peptidomimetics, and other gastrointestinal transport protein substrates. 21: 2010/ : 2010/10/26 43: 2012/01/31 51: A61K, A61P, C07D 71: Bristol-Myers Squibb Company 72: Scott W., MARTIN, Carl P., BERGSTROM, Min, DING, Xiaofan, ZHENG,, GENTLES, Robert G. 33: US 31: 61/050,743 32: 2008/05/06 54: 7H-INDOLO [2,1-A] [2] BENZAZEPINE-10- CARBOXYLIC ACID DERIVATIVES FOR THE TREATMENT OF HEPATITIS C The invention encompasses compounds of formula (I) as well as compositions and methods of using the compounds. The compounds have activity against hepatitis C virus (HCV) and are useful in treating those infected with HCV. Page 77

78 21: 2010/ : 2010/10/27 43: 2012/01/27 51: C11D 71: The Procter & Gamble Company 72: SOMERVILLE-ROBERTS, Nigel Patrick 33: EP 31: : 2008/05/14 54: A SOLID LAUNDRY DETERGENT COMPOSITION COMPRISING LIGHT DENSITY SILICATE SALT The present invention relates to a solid laundry detergent composition comprising: (a) from 1wt% to 40 wt% light density silicate salt having a bulk density of less than 400g/l and a weight average particle size of less than 300 micrometers; (b) from 5wt% to 60wt% detersive surfactant; (c) from 0wt% to 50wt % carbonate salt; (d) from 0wt% to 40wt% sulphate salt; (e) from 0wt% to 10wt% phosphate builder; (f) from 0wt% to 5wt%% zeolite builder; and (g) from 0wt% to 15wt% water; wherein the composition has a bulk density of 600g/l or less. 21: 2010/ : 2010/10/27 43: 2012/01/27 51: A23L, A61K, A61P 71: Nestec S.A. 72: BENYACOUB, Jalil, BLUM-SPERISEN, Stéphanie, ROCHAT, Florence, VON DER WEID, Thierry 33: EP 31: : 2008/03/28 54: PROBIOTICS FOR USE IN EXPECTING FEMALE MAMMALS FOR ENHANCING THE IMMUNITY OF THEIR OFFSPRINGS The present invention relates to the use of probiotic on expecting female mammals to boost the immune status of offspring. The use can induce an enhanced response of the offspring after birth to an infectious antigenic exposure. Ultimately the use of probiotic in expecting females can induce a better protection of offspring against infectious diseases. 21: 2010/ : 2010/10/27 43: 2012/01/27 51: C04B 71: Carbstone Innovation NV 72: QUAGHEBEUR, Mieke, LAENEN, Ben, NIELSEN, Peter, 33: EP 31: PCT/EP2008/ : 2008/04/28 54: PRODUCTION OF A MAINLY CARBONATE BONDED ARTICLE BY CARBONATION OF ALKALINE MATERIALS A method of producing a mainly carbonate bonded article comprises a step of providing an alkaline granular material comprising one or more alkaline earth metal silicate phases. The method comprises a step of compacting the granular material to obtain a compact of the granular material. The porosity of the compact is smaller than or equal to 37% by volume. The intrinsic permeability of the compact is at least cm2. The method also comprises a reacting step arranged to form at least 5% by weight of carbonates (CO23), by reacting the granular material with carbon dioxide in the presence of water, thus transforming the compact into the article. In the reacting step, the compact, being unsaturated with moisture at the beginning of the reacting step, is brought in an atmosphere comprising said carbon Page 78

79 dioxide. The atmosphere is at a temprature of at least 70 C and at a pressure of at least 0.5 MPa. The pressure is also higher than the saturated vapour pressure of water at said temprature. As a result, at least a portion of said carbonates are formed by reaction of the one or more alkaline earth metal silicate phases. The invention is also related to an article obtained by the method. 21: 2010/ : 2010/10/28. 43: 2012/01/30 51: C11D 71: The Procter & Gamble Company 72: GUYOT, Raphael Emmanuel, JENNEWEIN, Marc, BURCKETT-ST.LAURENT, James CharlesTheophile Roger 33: US 31: 61/056,611 32: : FABRIC SOFTENING LAUNDRY DETERGENTS WITH GOOD STABILITY An aqueous laundry detergent composition in the form of a liquid or gel, having a ph of from 6 to 11 in a 1% water solution and containing a non-soap anionic surfactant; soap; nonionic surfactant; fabric softening cationic cosurfactant having a molecular weight of less than 1000; fabric softening quaternized polymer having a molecular weight of at least 100,000; non-quaternized, non polyamine thickener; perfume microcapsules; wherein at least one of the following is true; i) the ratio by weight of nonionic surfactant to anionic surfactant is greater than 1 and the total percentage, by, weight of the composition, of the total of anionic surfactant, nonionic surfactant and soap is from 10% to 30%; and/or ii) the aqueous laundry detergent composition further comprises from 0.5% to 5% of a hydrotrope is described. Methods of laundering with such compositions are described. 21: 2010/ : 2010/10/28 43: 2012/01/30 51: B67D 71: Eurokeg B.V. 72: HANSSEN, Hubert Joseph Frans, TERPSTRA, Willem 33: EP 31: : 2008/05/07 54: TAP FOR FLUIDS AND VALVE FOR USE IN SAID TAP The invention relates to a tap (8) for fluids, in particular carbonated liquids, such as beer or soft drink, comprising a tap body (14), a valve (9) removably accommodated in the tap body (14), and a handle (20) for opening and closing the tap (8). The valve (9) comprises a first part (22) coupled or to be coupled to the tap body (14) and a second part (27) connected to the first part (22) and operatively coupled or to be coupled to the handle (20), the first and second parts (22, 27) being rotatable and/or translatable relative to each other between at least an open position and a closed position. A protective cap (34) prevents the valve (9) from being closed. The cap (34) is removable only after installation of the valve (9) in the tap body (14). Page 79

80 compound (B) to active ingredient (A) is in the range of from 1.5 to 15.0, provided the minimum amount of surface active compound (B) is at least 6 weight %, based on the total weight of the formulated composition. Also a method of improving pesticide residue levelsin agriculture. 21: 2010/ : 2010/10/28 43: 2012/01/30 51: A01N, A01P 71: Syngenta Participations AG 72: KEIPER, Jason, KOON, Joshua, CUSH, Sarah Beth, HOPKINSON, Michael James, REYNOLDS, Johnny D., PETERSON, Jennifer, BOYKIN, Roy, CISNEROS, Jorge 33: US 31: 61/052,358 32: 2008/05/12 54: PESTICIDAL COMPOSITIONS A formulated composition suitable for controlling or preventing pathogenic damage in a plant comprising (A) at least one solid active ingredient having a water solubility of at most 100 µg/litre at 25 ºC at neutral ph, in an amount of at least 1 weight %, based on the total weight of the formulated composition, (B) at least one non-ionic surface active compound having a hydrophile-lipophile balance (HLB) of between 10 and 18, one or more customary formulation auxiliaries, andwater; wherein active ingredient (A) is suspended or dispersed in the water, the weight ratio of surface active 21: 2010/ : 2010/10/29 43: 2012/02/13 51: G06F 71: Adaptive Computing Enterprises Inc. 72: JACKSON, David Brian 33: US 31: 61/046,636 32: 2008/04/21 54: SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR MANAGING ENERGY COMSUMPTION IN A COMPUTE ENVIRONMENT A system, method and computer readable medium are disclosed for reducing power consumption in clusters, grids, on-demand centers, and so forth The principles disclosed herein can reduce both direct and indirect power consumption while maintaining either full cluster performance or adequate SLA based cluster performance The method includes receiving at least one state data point regarding power consumption or temperature of at least one resource within the compute environment Using intelligent policies to control power consumption, the method implements and interfaces with power managements facilities within the cluster, grid or ondemand center to either implement policies, make dynamic changes, make predictions or actions, and so forth to reduce one or more of the direct or indirect power consumption associated with a compute environment The method can analyze current workload, future workload or both in taking energy saving actions in the environment Page 80

81 21: 2010/ : 2010/11/05 43: 2012/02/09 51: A61K, A61P, C07K 71: Eli Lilly and Company 72: DICKERSON, Cindy Takeuchi, MARQUIS, David Matthew, OBUNGU, Victor H., PENG, Sheng-Bin, VAILLANCOURT, Peter Edward 33: US 31: 61/053,192 32: 2008/05/14 54: ANTI-CXCR4 ANTIBODIES The present invention provides antibodies that bind human CXCR4 and are characterized as having high affinity and strong neutralizing properties. The antibodies of the invention are useful in the treatment of tumorigenesis, including tumor growth, invasion, angiogenesis, or metastasis. 21: 2010/ : 2010/11/05 43: 2012/02/07 51: A01N 71: GlaxoSmithKline LLC 72: ADJABENG, George, ADAMS, Jerry Leroy, DICKERSON, Scott Howard, HORNBERGER, Keith, JOHNSON, Neil W., KUNTZ, Kevin, PETROV, Kimberly, RALPH, Jeffrey M., RHEAULT, Tara Renae, SCHAAF, Gregory, STELLWAGEN, John, TIAN, Xinrong, UEHLING, David Edward, WATERSON, Alex Gregory, WILSON, Brian 33: US 31: 61/050,744 32: 2008/05/06 54: BENZENE SULFONAMIDE THIAZOLE AND OXAZOLE COMPOUNDS The present invention provides thiazole sulfonamide and oxazole sulfonamide compounds, compositions containing the same, as well as processes for the preparation and methods for their use as pharmaceutical agents. 21: 2010/ : 2010/11/05 43: 2012/02/06 51: B67D 71: Bravilor Holding B.V. 72: NOORDANUS, Maximiliaan 33: NL 31: : 2008/05/06 54: WATER RESERVOIR OF A DRINK DISPENSER WITH INTEGRATED PUMP Water reservoir provided with a base and an upper surface disposed at a distance from the bottom section covered by a lid, wherein a substantially cylindrical pump cavity is formed in the bottom section, with a rotary displacement member arranged about a drive shaft disposed transversely upon the bottom section, wherein the pump cavity is closed off by a circular top plate supported by a support member in close proximity to an upper side of the pump cavity, wherein a motor support section extends from a top plate to the lid on which a motor is supported or at least partially supported, said motor being connected to the displacement member by a drive shaft, wherein the motor is positioned or at least partially mounted within the reservoir via a hole in the lid, and wherein the hole in the lid has a diameter larger than the circular top plate. Page 81

82 21: 2010/ : 2010/11/08 43: 2012/02/09 51: G01N 71: Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V. 72: SCHLEIPEN, Johannes J. H. B., EVERS, Toon H., NIEUWENHUIS, Jeroen H., DITTMER, Wendy U., BRULS, Dominique M., PRINS, Menno W. J., NEIJZEN, Jacobus H. M., BOURQUIN, Yannyk P. J. 33: EP 31: : 2008/04/09 54: A CARRIER FOR OPTICAL DETECTION IN SMALL SAMPLE VOLUMES The invention relates to a carrier (11) and an apparatus (100) for optical detection in a sample (1) in a sample chamber (2). The carrier (11) comprises an optical structure (50) for refracting an input light beam (Ll) into the adjacent sample chamber (2) and for collecting an output light beam (L2) from light that originates in the sample chamber (2) from the input light beam. Preferably, the optical structure (50) comprises grooves in the surface (12) of the carrier (11) in which the input light beam is transmitted over a short distance through a sample. The optical structure (50) can also be used for a wetting detection. 21: 2010/ : 2010/11/09 43: 2012/02/09 51: C07K, C12N 71: ImClone LLC 72: LI, Yiwen, LU, Dan, SURGULADZE, David, TONRA, James R. 33: US 31: 61/130,394 32: 2008/05/30 33: US 31: 61/130,395 32: 2008/05/30 33: US 31: 61/130,539 32: 2008/05/30 54: ANTI-FLT3 ANTIBODIES The present invention provides fully human antibodies that specifically bind to human FLT3 within extracellular domains 4 or 5 with high affinity. The invention further provides methods of treating leukemia by administering an effective amount of an antibody either alone or in combination with an anticancer agent or treatment including methotrexate. 21: 2010/ : 2010/11/09 43: 2012/02/10 51: C07K, C12P 71: KaloBios Pharmaceuticals, Inc. 72: BEBBINGTON, Christopher R., LUEHRSEN, Kenneth, YARRANTON, Geoffrey T. 33: US 31: 61/048,522 32: 2008/04/28 54: ANTIBODIES TO GRANULOCYTE- MACROPHAGE COLONY-STIMULATING FACTOR The current invention relates to high-affinity antibodies to Granulocyte-Macrophage Colony- Stimulating Factor that have reduced immunogenicity when administered to a human to treat diseases and method of using such antibodies. Page 82

83 useful when a single serving of such drinks is desired as no special equipment to make the drink is required. The invention also relates to packaging for the aerated ice confection particles and methods of making frozen ice drinks from the aerated ice confection particles. 21: 2010/ : 2009/05/20 43: 2012/02/16 51: A61K; A61P 71: MAYO FOUNDATION FOR MEDICAL EDUCATION AND RESEARCH 72: TERZIC, ANDRE, BEHFAR, ATTA 33: US 31: PCT/US2008/ : 2008/05/27 54: COMPOSITIONS AND METHODS FOR USING CELLS TO TREAT HEART TISSUE This document relates to compositions containing cardiogenic factors, to methods to obtain cells by culturing initial cells in the presence of such factors; and methods of administering the obtained cells to heart tissue. 21: 2010/ : 2010/11/10 43: 2012/02/10 51: A23G 71: Nestec S.A. 72: PANYAM, Dinakar, VAGHELA, Madansinh Nathusinh, JOSHI, Nishant Ashok, CHAN, Hoo Tung Vincent 33: US 31: 61/044,152 32: 2008/04/11 54: PARTICLES OF AERATED ICE CONFECTION PRODUCTS FOR FROZEN ICE DRINKS A process for preparing aerated ice confection particles by manufacturing an aerated ice confection in a mass; further freezing the mass cryogenically to a temperature close to the glass transition temperature (Tg) of the aerated ice confection to form a aerated frozen mass, and comminuting the frozen mass to aerated ice confection particles with a high surface area to volume ratio. These particles can be used for a variety of purposes but preferably are used for forming frozen ice drinks in a simple, rapid and convenient manner. This is particularly 21: 2010/ : 2010/11/10 43: 2012/02/10 51: A61K, A61P, C07D 71: Actelion Pharmaceuticals Ltd 72: CAROFF, Eva, MEYER, Emmanuel 33: PCT 31: PCT/IB2008/ : 2008/04/11 54: 2-PHENYL-4-CYCLOPROPYL-PYRIMIDINE DERIVATIVES The present invention relates to 2-phenyl-4- cyclopropyl-pyrimidine derivatives and their use as P2Y12 receptor antagonists in the treatment and/or prevention of peripheral vascular, of visceral-, hepatic-, and renal-vascular, of cardiovascular and of cerebrovascular diseases or conditions associated with platelet aggregation, including thrombosis in humans and other mammals. Page 83

84 21: 2010/ : 2010/11/10 43: 2012/02/10 51: A61K, C07D 71: Janssen Pharmaceutica N.V. 72: BACANI, Genesis M., BROGGINI, Diego, CHEUNG, Eugene Y., CHROVIAN, Christa C., DENG, Xiaohu, FOURIE, Anne M., GOMEZ, Laurent, GRICE, Cheryl A., KEARNEY, Aaron M., LANDRY-BAYLE, Adrienne M., LEE-DUTRA, Alice, LIANG, Jimmy T., LOCHNER, Susanne, MANI, Neelakandha S., SANTILLAN Jr, Alejandro, SAPPEY, Kathleen C., SEPASSI, Kia, TANIS, Virginia M., WICKBOLDT, Alvah T., WIENER, John J. M., ZINSER, Hartmut Burghard 33: US 31: 61/044,349 32: 2008/04/11 54: THIAZOLOPYRIDIN-2-YLOXY-PHENYL AND THIAZOLOPYRAZIN-2-YLOXY-PHENYL AMINES AS MODULATORS OF LEUKOTRIENE A4 HYDROLASE Thiazolopyridin-2-yloxy-phenyl and thiazolopyrazin- 2-yloxy-phenyl amine compounds are described, which are useful as LTA4 hydrolase (LTA4H) modulators. Such compounds may be used in pharmaceutical compositions and methods for modulation of LTA4H and for the treatment of disease states, disorders, and conditions mediated by LTA4 hydrolase activity. 21: 2010/ : 2010/11/11 43: 2012/02/02 51: E03F, F16L 71: INDUTRIAS RIUVERT, S.A. 72: ORTIZ, Pedro, Ivars, NÚÑEZ-LAGOS, Gabriel, Molina 33: ES 31: : 2009/11/12 54: IMPROVED DRAINAGE SIPHON FOR DRAIN The present invention relates to a drainage siphon intended to collect water coming from the overflowing of a drain and water collected by means of waterproof fabric, and to lead them to a drainage pipe. Its field of application is that of auxiliary materials for construction. 21: 2010/ : 12/11/ : 24/02/ : B65G, E21C, E21F 71: JOY MM DELAWARE INC 72: NIEDERRITER EDWARD F and WILSON GREGORY S 33: US 31: 12/ : 2009/11/16 54: METHOD FOR STEERING A MINING MACHINE CUTTER 57: A control system monitors the angle of each ranging arm, with respect to the mainframe of the machine. While the machine is in a defined zone along the face, if the angle of the arm is detected to be lower than a parameter defined set-point called the undercut limit, the control system does not allow the arm to be lowered further. When entering the run of face from either gate end, if either of the ranging arms are below the set point, the horizontal movement of the shearer is stopped, and an alarm message is generated, and a warning light begins to flash, alerting the operator that he must raise the arm before horizontal movement of the shearer can be enabled. Page 84

85 21: 2010/ : 2010/11/15 43: 2012/02/15 51: A61K 71: Eli Lilly and Company 72: BEALS, John Michael, CUTLER Jr., Gordon Butler, DOYLE, Brandon Lee, HANSEN, Ryan John, LI, Shun, SHIRANI, Shahriar, ZHANG, Lianshan 33: US 31: 61/061,281 32: 2008/06/13 54: PEGYLATED INSULIN LISPRO COMPOUNDS The present invention relates to the field of diabetes. More particularly, the invention relates to PEGylated insulin lispro compounds that are PEGylated with high molecular weight poly(ethylene glycol), are highly soluble at physiological ph, have an extended duration of action, and characterized by pharmacokinetic, pharmacodynamic, and/or activity peak-trough ratios of less than 2. The invention also relates to methods of providing such molecules, to pharmaceutical compositions containing them, and to their therapeutic uses. 21: 2010/ : 2010/11/15 43: 2012/02/15 51: A23C 71: Alliance Enterprises of S.E. Wisconsin, LLC 72: SALINAS, I. Edward, CANTU, Eduardo Segovia, BRANDENBURG, Jacquelyn S. 33: US 31: 12/151,392 32: 2008/05/06 54: SYSTEMS AND METHODS FOR REDUCING CHOLESTEROL IN A MILK PRODUCT Systems and methods according to the present invention yield milk products having reduced cholesterol. A method according to the present invention includes the steps of adding an edible oil to skim that was separated from whole milk; standardizing the particle size of the skim-and-oil mixture; combining the skim-and-oil mixture with homogenized cream that was separated from whole milk; and separating the oil from the reduced cholesterol cream and skim. A method according to the present invention may further include the steps of separating the reduced cholesterol cream and skim and then recombining them to form a reduced cholesterol milk product having desired properties. Page 85

86 Apparatuses, compositions and methods for removing cells which interfere with regenerative processes. The apparatuses, compositions and methods selectively kill partially functional and/or non-functional cells versus functional cells while protecting functional proliferative cells to the extent that, upon removal of the killed cells by disintegration or scavenging, functional cells replace the partially- or non-functional cells. 21: 2010/ : 2010/11/16 43: 2011/11/16 51: A61K, C07D 71: COVX TECHNOLOGIES IRELAND, LTD. 72: DOPPALAPUDI, Venkata, Ramana, LAI, Jing- Yu, LIU, Bin, LIU, Dingguo, DESHARNAIS, Joel, BHAT, Abhijit, Suresh, FU, Yanwen, OATES, Bryan, Douglas, GANG, Chen 33: US 31: 61/050,574 32: : US 31: 61/050,569 32: : US 31: 61/050,544 32: : ANTI-ANGIOGENIC COMPOUNDS The present invention provides VEGF binding peptides. In addition, the invention provides VEGF peptides conjugated to antibodies alone and in conjunction with other anti-angiogenic molecules. Various uses of the peptides and compounds are provided, including methods to treat disorders assoiated with abnormal angiogenesis. 21: 2010/ : 2009/06/04 43: 2011/12/20 51: C11D 71: UNILEVER PLC 72: LIPS, ALEXANDER, YANG, LIN, WEIR, ANTHONY JOHN, PALLA-VENKATA, CHANDRA SHEKAR, HU, YUNTAO THOMAS, SINGH, PRABHJYOT, VETHAMUTHU, MARTIN SWANSON 33: US 31: 12/138,805 32: 2008/06/13 54: METHOD OF REDUCING VISCOSITY OF CONCENTRATED LIQUID CLEANSERS BY SELECTION OF PERFUME COMPONENTS The invention relates to method of reducing viscosity of high active liquid concentrate cleanser by adding perfumes, individual perfume components, or mixtures of components. 21: 2010/ : 2010/11/16 43: 2012/02/23 51: C12N 71: SIWA Corporation 72: GRUBER, Lewis S. 33: US 31: 61/055,846 32: 2008/05/23 54: METHODS, COMPOSITIONS AND APPARATUSES FOR FACILITATING REGENERATION Page 86

87 21: 2010/ : 2010/11/17 43: 2012/02/22 51: A61K, A61P, C07D 71: Merck Patent GmbH 72: ROCHE, Didier, MAUTINO, Gisèle, KOBER, Ingo, CONTARD, Francis, CHRISTMANN-FRANCK, Serge, SENGUPTA, Saumitra, SISTLA, Ramesh, VENKATESHWAR RAO, Gummadi 33: EP 31: : 2008/04/18 54: BENZOFURANE, BENZOTHIOPHENE, BENZOTHIAZOL DERIVATIVES AS FXR MODULATORS The present invention relates to compounds of formula (I) wherein the substituents are as defined in the claims, including pharmaceutical compositions thereof and for their use in the treatment and/or prevention and/or amelioration of one or more symptoms of disease or disorders related to the activity of FXR. The invention is also directed to intermediates and to a method of preparation of compounds of formula (I). with 5 or 6 atoms; Y is selected from the group consisting of: -H, -COOH, and -CH(OR 3 )COOH; Z is - CH(OR 3 )COOH ; and R 3 is H. 21: 2010/ : 2006/07/24 43: 2012/02/02 51: C07C; A61K; A61P 71: GIULIANI INTERNATIONAL LIMITED 72: NACCARI, GIANCARLO, BARONI, SERGIO 33: IT 31: RM2005A : 2005/07/22 54: COMPOUNDS AND THEIR SALTS SPECIFIC TO THE PPAR RECEPTORS AND THE EGF RECEPTORS AND THEIR USE IN THE MEDICAL FIELD The present invention relates to compounds comprising the general formula (I), in which NR 1 R 2 is bonded to the phenyl ring at the 3-position; R 1 and R 2, which may be identical or different, are selected from the group consisting of: H and a linear or branched alkyl group having from 1 to 6 carbon atoms or together form an aromatic or aliphatic ring 21: 2010/ : 2010/11/18 43: 2012/02/27 51: F02B 71: Scuderi Group, LLC 72: PHILLIPS, Ford 33: US 31: 61/167,270 32: 2009/04/07 54: CRESCENT-SHAPED RECESS IN PISTON OF A SPLIT-CYCLE ENGINE The present invention provides a recess in the top (or crown) of the expansion piston of a split-cycle engine for improving the distribution of fuel in the expansion/power cylinder and improving the air/fuel ratios over the spark plugs. Page 87

88 21: 2010/ : 19/11/ : 21/02/ : B65D 71: ANDREW DENIS GOURLEY 72: ANDREW DENIS GOURLEY 33: - 31: - 32: - 54: TRANSPORT OF GLASS 57: A frame unit for packaging or storing glass or other sheets has a pair of spaced apart channels of layered corrugated board connected with a pair of spaced apart particle boards, the space constituting a window for observation of the sheets. 21: 2010/ : 19/11/ : 23/02/ : B01D 71: OUTOTEC OYJ 72: TRIGLAVCANIN RICHARD, RASKOVIC DARKO, WANG JIAN DONG, BROWN MICHAEL ANDREW 33: AU 31: : 2008/05/15 54: IMPROVEMENTS IN FEEDWELLS 57: The invention provides several improvements in feedwells, one of which being a feedwell (100) comprising a mixing zone (49) for dissipating the kinetic energy of a fluid comprising pulp, a settling zone (50) for promoting flocculation of the pulp and at least one inclined deflecting element (101) for at least partially separating the mixing zone from the settling zone. Other improvements include a shelf (3) at least partially defining an inclined path (4) for removing material from the shelf into a feedwell chamber; at least two outlets (111, 112) arranged in a substantially concentric relationship with respect to each other; a portion (123) of a second conduit (121) varies in its cross-sectional size and/or shape so as to connect a feed inlet (110) to a first conduit (120); and a partition (133) for partially separating an outer mixing zone (131) and an inner settling zone (132). Page 88

89 21: 2010/ : 19/11/ : 23/02/ : B01D, C02F 71: OUTOTEC OYJ 72: TRIGLAVCANIN RICHARD and ARBUTHNOT IAN 33: AU 31: : 2008/05/15 54: APPARATUS AND METHOD FOR MECHANICAL DEAERATION 57: The invention provides an apparatus (1) for deaerating a feed liquid (3) comprising a liquid suspension or pulp, the apparatus comprising a feed conduit (2) to convey the feed liquid (3) into a separator (4), the separator (4) comprising a mechanical agitator (5) for inducing a rotational flow of the feed liquid in a separation chamber (6), such that the rotational flow generates a centrifugal vortex (15) to separate the feed liquid into a first component (7) consisting essentially of froth or gas and a second component (8) consisting essentially of deaerated liquid or sludge, the separator (4) further comprising a device (17) for controlling the location of the vortex (15) in the separation chamber (6). The invention also provides a method for deaerating a feed liquid (3) comprising a liquid suspension or pulp. 21: 2010/ : 2010/11/19. 43: 2012/02/16 51: A61K 71: NEUROTEZ, INC. 72: TEZAPSIDIS, Nikolaos, GRECO, Steven, SMITH, Mark 33: US 31: 61/055,009 32: 2008/05/21 54: METHODS FOR TREATING PROGRESSIVE COGNITIVE DISORDERS RELATED TO NEUROFIBRILLARY TANGLES The described invention provides methods for treating or preventing progression of a progressive cognitive disease, disorder or condition, and methods for improving resilience of cognitive function in a subject in need thereof. 21: 2010/ : 2010/11/19 43: 2012/02/22 51: A46B, A61C 71: Brushgate Oy 72: PUURUNEN, Juha-Pekka, VISA, Ari, COLLIN, Jussi, KANTOLA, Jouni, AVDOUEVSKI, Ivan, MERIHEINÄ, Ulf, VILJANEN, Teijo 33: FI 31: : 2008/05/23 54: INTELLIGENT TOOTHBRUSH MONITORING DEVICE The invention relates to a toothbrush monitoring device (1), comprising: a memory (4) for storing reference data, a comparator (5) for comparing produced data with said reference data stored in the memory (4), and an indicator (6) for indicating to the Page 89

90 user whether or not the produced data corresponds to the reference data. To obtain a cost effective and space saving solution which makes it possible take into account individual factors in the use of a toothbrush, a sensor apparatus consists of an accelerometer (3) only, which is configured to produce data indicating angles in which the toothbrush (9) is held during use. The monitoring device (1) comprises a switch (8) for setting the monitoring device (1) into a teaching mode, wherein the data produced by the accelerometer (3) is stored into said memory (4) for use as reference data during subsequent use of the toothbrush (9). 21: 2010/ : 2010/11/23 43: 2012/02/17 51: C07D 71: UNIVERSITY OF THE FREE STATE 72: VAN DER WESTHUIZEN, Jan Hendrik, ACHILONU, Mathew, BONNET, Susanna Lucia 33: ZA 31: 2008/ : 2008/06/06 54: METHOD FOR THE PREPARATION OF C-4 COUPLED FLAVONOIDS, PROANTHOCYANIDINS AND ANALOGUES THEREOF The invention relates to a novel process for the preparation of C-4 coupled flavonoids, proanthocyanidins and analogues thereof. According to a specific application of the invention, there is provided a method for the preparation of proanthocyanidins and proanthocyanidin analogues. 21: 2010/ : 2010/11/23 43: 2012/02/23 51: B65D 71: Nestec S.A., Toppan Printing Co. Ltd 72: GOTOH, Masachi, TERAYAMA, Takashi, SASAKI, Noriyuki, SAITOH, Takeshi, TAKEUCHI, Daiji, NAITOH, Toyoaki, 33: JP 31: : 2008/04/24 54: CONTAINER FOR REFILL The invention aims at providing a container for refill that enables transfer of the contents with one action and successfully secure the self-supporting property of the container for allowing the safe transfer. The opening portion (2A) of body (2) of a cup-shaped container is provided internally with a hopper (3) tapering toward the opening portion (2A). Ribs (12) are integrally provided between the outside of the hopper (3) and the inside of a ring (3A) and arranged circumferentially at predetermined intervals. Height H from the top surface of the rib (12) to the opening (3C) of hopper (3) is approximately a quarter or more of diameter? of the opening (3C) of hopper (3). A lid (4) tearable by pressing is attached to the opening portion (2A) so as to enable the instant coffee P to be directly supplied through the mouth (13A) of a refillable container (13) while being gathered to a central portion by the hopper (3) by inverting the container body (2) and pressing the lid (4) against the mouth (13A) of container (13) to tear the lid (4). Page 90

91 21: 2010/ : 2010/11/23 43: 2012/02/23 51: B32B, B65D 71: Nestec S.A., Toppan Printing Co. Ltd 72: GOTOH, Masachi, TERAYAMA, Takashi, SASAKI, Noriyuki, SAITOH, Takeshi, TAKEUCHI, Daiji, NAITOH, Toyoaki 33: JP 31: : 2008/04/24 54: LID WITH BARRIER PROPERTY The invention relates to a lid with barrier property having highly improved barrier property, sealing ability for cups, and easeof opening in comparisonwith the conventional products. The innermost layer is a resin layer including a polyethylene sealant layer,and a metal foil layer is attached to the outside of the resin layer of the innermost layer via an adhesive layer. The innermost layer is provided with a plurality of weakened portions extending radially from the center. The weakened portions facilitatetearing the innermost layer and alsothe metal foil layer,thereby facilitating opening of the lid. 21: 2010/ : 2010/11/24 43: 2012/02/27 51: A61K, A61P, C12N 71: SYNTAXIN LIMITED 72: MADEC, Frederic, LECANE, Phil, MARKS, Phillip, FOSTER, Keith 33: GB 31: : 2008/06/12 33: GB 31: : 2008/11/17 54: SUPPRESSION OF CANCERS The present invention relates to a method for suppressing or treating cancer, in particular to a method for suppressing or treating one or more of colorectal cancer, breast cancer, prostate cancer and/ or lung cancer. The therapy employs use of anon-cytotoxic protease, which is targeted to a growth hormone-secreting cell such as to a pituitary cell.when so delivered, the protease is internalised and inhibits secretion/ transmission of growth hormonefromsaid cell. The present invention also relates to polypeptides and nucleic acids for use in said methods. 21: 2010/ : 2010/11/24 43: 2012/02/28 Page 91

92 51: A61K, A61P, C07D 71: Actelion Pharmaceuticals Ltd 72: HUBLER, Francis, HILPERT, Kurt, RENNEBERG, Dorte 33: PCT 31: 2008/ : 2008/04/25 54: BENZIMIDAZOLE DERIVATIVES AS CALCIUM CHANNEL BLOCKERS The invention relates to compounds of formula (I) wherein R1 represents aryl, which is unsubstituted, or mono-, di- or tri-substituted wherein the substituents are independently selected fromt eh group consisting of (C1-4alkyl, (C1-4alkoxy, halogen, and trifluoromethyl; R2 represents hydrogen, or -CO-R21; R21 represents (C1-5)alkyl, (C1-3)fluoroalkyl, or (C3-6)cycloalkyl; m represents the integer 2, or 3; p represents the integar 2 or 3; and R3 represents hydrogen, or (C1-5)alkyl; and pharmaceutically acceptable salts of such compounds. These compounds are useful as calcium channel blockers. transformed with a polynucleotide according to the invention suitable for producing these proteins. 21: 2010/ : 2010/11/24 43: 2012/02/28 51: A61K, A61P, C07D 71: Bristol-Myers Squibb Company 72: WASHBURN, William N., AHMAD, Saleem, DEVASTHALE, Pratik, ROBL, Jeffrey A., GOSWAMI, Animesh, GUO, Zhiwei, PATEL, Ramesh N. 33: US 31: 61/056,949 32: 2008/05/29 54: HYDROXY SUBSTITUTED THIENO PYRIMIDINONES AS MELANIN CONCENTRATING HORMONE RECEPTOR-1 ANTAGONISTS The present invention provides compounds having the following Formula IA and IB, which are useful as MCHR1 antagonists, and includes prodrugs and pharmaceutically acceptable salts thereof. 21: 2010/ : 2010/11/24 43: 2012/02/28 51: A23J, C12N 71: DSM IP Assets B.V. 72: DEKKER, Petrus Jacobus Theodorus, EDENS, Luppo 33: EP 31: : 2008/05/30 54: PROLINE-SPECIFIC PROTEASE FROM PENICILLIUM CHRYSOGENUM A polypeptide having proline-specific protease activity which comprises the amino acid sequence set out in SEQ ID NO: 3 or an amino acid sequence encoded by the nucleotide sequence of SEQ ID NO: 1 and/or SEQ ID NO: 2, or a variant thereof or a fragment of either thereof. The invention also relates to methods for using the polypeptide in industrial processes. Also included in the invention are cells 21: 2010/ : 26/11/ : 05/03/ : F42C 71: BEIJING EBTECH TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD 72: YAN JINGLONG, LIU XING, LI FENGGUO, LAI HUAPING, ZHANG XIANYU 33: CN 31: : 2008/04/28, 54: AN ELECTRONIC DETONATOR CONTROL CHIP 57: An electronic detonator control chip (100) includes a communication interface circuit (101), a Page 92

93 rectification bridge circuit (102), a charging circuit (103), a charging control circuit (110), a power management circuit (104), a firing control circuit (105), a logic control circuit (106), a non-volatile memory (107), a reset circuit (111), a safe discharging circuit (108) and a clock circuit (202).Wherein, the communication interface circuit (101) includes a data modulation module (210) and a data demodulation module (211) including two data demodulation circuits (212). The logic control circuit (106) further includes a programmable delay module (281), an input/out interface (282), a serial communication interface (283), a prescaler (284), a CPU (285) and so on. Therefore, The electronic detonator control chip provided by the invention enables to realize the functions of two-wire nonpolarity connection, bidirectional communication with a detonation equipment external of the electronic detonator control chip, ID card inside the detonator, control of the detonation process and online program of the delay time and so on. 21: 2010/ : 2009/06/23 43: 2012/02/09 51: C12N 71: UNIVERSITE HENRI POINCARE NANCY 1 72: MENU, PATRICK, BERTHELEMY, NICOLAS, KERDJOUDJ, HALIMA-ASSIA, STOLTZ, JEAN- FRANÇOIS 33: EP 31: : 2008/06/24 54: CELLULAR DIFFERENTIATION PROCESS AND ITS USE FOR BLOOD VESSEL BUILD-UP The present invention relates to the use of specific oxygen concentrations for implementing a process of differentiation of stem, provided that said stem cells are not humanembryonic stemcells, and seeded on a support, in an appropriate culture medium, wherein said differentiation leads to: -either a first group of specialized differentiated cells under normoxic conditions, and in an appropriate culture medium, -or a second group of specialized differentiated cells under hypoxic conditions, in a culture medium of the same nature as the one used for obtaining the first group of specialized differentiated cells, said first and second groups of specialized differentiated cells retaining the functional properties of the corresponding specialized differentiated cells respectively obtained through a biological natural process. 21: 2010/ : 2010/12/08 43: 2012/02/06 51: E06B 71: Maxidor (Pty) Ltd 72: PRETORIUS, Maurice James, DEYSEL, David Schalk Alwyn 33: ZA 31: 2009/ : 2009/11/30 54: SUPPORTING ARRANGEMENT FOR A SECURITY GRATING ASSEMBLY This invention discloses a supporting arrangement that can be used with security grating to provide a means by which bars of the security grating can be secured to a substrate, the supporting arrangement comprising a cross support having an elongate base and at least two protrusions integrally formed with and projecting from the base to secure said bars in use against transverse movement. The invention also extends to a security grating assembly comprising such a supporting arrangement and to methods of manufacturing said supporting arrangement and installing a security grating assembly. 21: 2010/ : 2009/05/14 43: 2012/02/22 51: A61K; A61P; C07K Page 93

94 71: AGRICULTURE VICTORIA SERVICES PTY LTD, MURRAY GOULBURN CO-OPERATIVE CO. LIMITED 72: COCKS, BENJAMIN, TESTER, ANGUS, HOBMAN, PETER, MCDONAGH, MATTHEW 33: AU 31: : 2008/05/14 33: AU 31: : 2008/05/14 54: USE OF ANGIOGENIN OR ANGIOGENIN AGONISTS FOR TREATING DISEASES AND DISORDERS The invention provides a method of treating a disorder characterised by elevated or dysregulated myostatin, disorders where the interaction between follistatin and angiogenin can be used to improve function in tissues, neurological diseases or disorders, spinal injuries or diseases, bone diseases or disorders, diseases involving glucose homeostasis, wound healing, neuroprotection, nervous system functional support or managing metabolic diseases, the method comprising administering an effective amount of angiogenin or an angiogenin agonist. Compositions and neutraceuticals comprising angiogenin are also provided. diseases, including Type II diabetes and other diseases associated with poor glycemic control. 21: 2010/ : 2009/09/15. 43: 2012/01/04 51: C23C 71: ELEMENT SIX HOLDING GMBH 72: RIES, BERND HEINRICH, LACHMANN, FRANK FRIEDRICH, KONYASHIN, IGOR YURI 33: GB 31: : 2008/09/15 54: WEAR PART WITH HARD FACING The invention relates to a wear part or tool comprising a body containing an iron-group metal or alloy, a wear-resistant layer metallurgically bonded to a surface of the body through an intermediate layer, characterised in that the wear-resistant layer comprises at least 13 vol. % of grains of metal carbide selected from the group consisting of WC, TiC, VC, ZrC, NbC, Mo2C, HfC and TaC and grains of (Cr1Me)xCy and a metal based phase comprising of a solid solution of 0.5 to 20% Cr, 0.2 to 15% Si1 and 0.2 to 20% carbon, where Me is Fe, Co and/or Ni; and the intermediate layer has a thickness of 0.05 to 1 mm and comprises Si in amount of 0.1 to 0.7 of that in the wear-resistant layer, chromium in amount of 0.1 to 0.6 of that in the wear-resistant layer and the metal of the metal carbide in amount of 0.2 to 0.6 of that in the wear-resistant layer and to a method of producing such a wear part. 21: 2010/ : 2009/06/16 43: 2012/01/05 51: C07D; A61K; A61P 71: METABOLEX, INC. 72: ZHAO, ZUCHUN, MA, JINGYUAN, NASHASHIBI, IMAD, RABBAT, CHRISTOPHER J, SONG, JIANGAO, CHEN, XIN 33: US 31: 61/074,552 32: 2008/06/20 54: ARYL GPR119 AGONISTS AND USES THEREOF Aryl GPR119 agonists are provided. These compounds are useful for the treatment of diabetic 21: 2010/ : 2009/06/22 43: 2012/01/04 51: C07C; A61K; A61P; C07D; C07K 71: ASTELLAS PHARMA INC. Page 94

95 72: TSUKAMOTO, ISSEI, KUBOTA, HIDEKI, FUKUDA, YUTA, AZAMI, HIDENORI, KAMIJO, KAZUNORI, KATO, KOJI 33: JP 31: : 2008/06/23 54: SULFONAMIDE COMPOUNDS OR SALTS THEREOF [Object] A compound which is useful as an EP1 receptor antagonist is provided.[means for Solution] The present inventors investigated EP1 receptor antagonists, and confirmed that a compound having a sulphonamide structure, in which the nitrogen atom of the sulphonamide structure is substituted with 2-fluoropropyl group, 3-fluoro-2-methylpropyl group or the like, has a potent EP1 receptor antagonistic action, thereby completing the present invention. The sulphonamide compound of the present invention has a potent EP1 receptor antagonistic action and can be used as an agent for preventing and/or treating a lower urinary tract symptom or the like. initial position, since the associated tube (1), which is already in a solid state, ensures that the spheres (5) return into their initial position. The appropriate position for fixing the plastic tube can be detected by means of a sensor (11). Pressurisation of the plastic tube may be achieved by means of an elastic seal (10) on the part surrounding the tube (1). 21: 2010/ : 2009/06/15. 43: 2012/01/03 51: C01B; B01J 71: HALDOR TOPSØE A/S 72: SCHIØDT, NIELS CHRISTIAN 33: DK 31: PA : 2008/07/03 54: PROCESS FOR OPERATING HTS REACTOR Process for enriching a synthesis gas in hydrogen by conversion of carbon monoxide and steam over a catalyst containing oxides of zinc and aluminum together with one or more promoters. 21: 2010/ : 2008/06/23 43: 2012/01/03 51: B23Q; B29C 71: MOLECOR TECNOLOGIA, S.L. 72: MUÑOZ DE JUAN, IGNACIO 54: MECHANISM FOR FIXING PARISON TUBES IN A MOULD PRIOR TO MOLECULAR ORIENTATION THEREOF This mechanism offers a simple solution whereby an axial displacement of a grooved part (6) causes a radial displacement of rigid spheres (5) which grip and deform a tube (1) initially in a plastic state. Depending on the geometry of the grooves (7) in the grooved part (6) a variable clamping force is obtained. This fixing action is released simply with the return movement of the grooved part (6) into its 21: 2010/ : 2009/07/08 43: 2012/01/06 51: A61K 71: ONCOMED PHARMACEUTICALS, INC. 72: GURNEY, AUSTIN L, HOEY, TIMOTHY CHARLES, HTUN VAN DER HORST, EDWARD THEIN, SATO, AARON KEN, LIU, YUAN CHING, BRUHNS, MAUREEN FITCH, LEWICKI, JOHN A 33: US 31: 61/079,095 32: 2008/07/08 33: US 31: 61/112,699 32: 2008/11/07 33: US 31: 61/112,701 32: 2008/11/07 54: NOTCH-BINDING AGENTS AND ANTAGONISTS AND METHODS OF USE THEREOF The present invention relates to Notch-binding agents and Notch antagonists and methods of using the agents and/or antagonists for treating diseases such as cancer. The present invention provides antibodies that specifically bind to a non-hgand binding region of the extracellular domain of one or more human Notch receptor, such as Notch2 and/or Page 95

96 Notch3, and inhibit tumor growth. The present invention further provides methods of treating cancer, the methods comprising administering a therapeutically effective amount of an antibody that specifically binds to a non-hgand binding region of the extracellular domain of a human Notch receptor protein and inhibits tumor growth. and iii) an immediate release component comprising a mixture of levodopa and a decarboxylase inhibitor. 21: 2010/ : 2010/03/05 43: 2012/01/31 51: A01N A01P 71: BASF SE 72: TARANTA, Claude, MEIER, Wolfgang, BRATZ, Matthias, RAAB, Jens 33: EP 31: : 2007/08/08 54: AQUEOUS MICROEMULSIONS CONTAINING ORGANIC INSECTICIDE COMPOUNDS The present invention relates to new aqueous microemulsions containing one or more organic insecticide compounds and to their use for plant protection, including seed and crop protection, and protection of non-living material. The formulation according to the invention comprises: a) at least one organic insecticide compound I having a water solubility of not more than 5 g/l at 298 K and 1013 mbar; b) at least one polar organic solvent selected from ketones, esters, amides and ethers, each having from 6 to 8 carbon atoms; c) at least one alcohol having from 6 to 8 carbon atoms; d) at least one surfactant selected from anionic surfactants and non-ionic surfactants; e) at least one non-polar organic solvent different from b); and f) water. 21: 2010/ : 2010/07/26 43: 2012/02/03 51: C07C 71: IMPAX LABORATORIES, INC. 72: HSU, Ann, KOU, Jim, H., ALANI, Laman, Lynn 33: US 31: 61/009,457 32: 2007/12/28 54: CONTROLLED RELEASE FORMULATIONS OF LEVODOPA AND USES THEREOF The current invention provides a controlled release oral solid formulation of levodopa comprising levodopa, a decarboxylase inhibitor, and a carboxylic acid. Also provided by this invention is multiparticulate, controlled release oral solid formulations of levodopa comprising: i) a controlled release component comprising a mixture of levodopa, a decarboxylase inhibitor and a rate controlling excipient; ii) a carboxylic acid component; 21: 2010/ : 2010/07/29 43: 2012/02/24 51: A61K 71: ASCENDIS PHARMA AS 72: CLEEMANN, Felix, HERSEL, Ulrich, KADEN, Silvia, RAU, Harald, WEGGE, Thomas 33: EP 31: : 2008/02/01 33: EP 31: : 2008/12/05 54: PRODRUG COMPRISING A SELF- CLEAVABLE LINKER The present invention relates to a prodrug or a pharmaceutically acceptable salt thereof comprising a drug linker conjugate D-L, wherein -D is an amine containing biologically active moiety; and -L is a nonbiologically active linker moiety -L 1 represented by formula (I), wherein the dashed line indicates the attachment to the amine of the biologically active moiety and wherein R1, R 1a, R 2, R2a, R3, R 3a, X, X 1, X 2, X 3 have the meaning as indicated in the description and the claims and wherein L 1 is substituted with one to four groups L 2 -Z and optionally further substituted, provided that the hydrogen marked with the asterisk in formula (I) is not replaced by a substituent; wherein L2 is a single chemical bond or a spacer; and Z is a carrier group.the invention also relates to A-L, wherein A is a leaving group, pharmaceutical composition comprising said prodrugs and their use as medicaments. Page 96

97 21: 2011/ : 2009/06/01 43: 2012/01/09 51: C12N; A61K; C07K 71: GENENTECH, INC., CURIS, INC. 72: LAZARUS, ROBERT A, BOSANAC, IVAN, HYMOWITZ, SARAH G, MAUN, HENRY R, SCALES, SUZANNA J, WEN, XIAOHUI 33: US 31: 61/057,762 32: 2008/05/30 54: VARIANT HHIP1 PROTEIN AND METHODS AND USES THEREOF The present invention is directed to derivatives of Hhip1 and methods of using the same for treatment and diagnosis of cancer in mammals. 21: 2010/ : 2010/09/15 43: 2012/02/24 51: A22C B65B 71: VISCOFAN, S.A. 72: OLLETA REMÓN, Agustin, AZCÁRATE GALLUÉS, Carlos, LONGO ARESO, Carlos, MARTINEZ GARCÍA, Esteban, JIMENEZ FERNÁNDEZ, Javier, ALUSTIZA CUMBA, Jesus, AYECHU REDÍN, Jesus, GIL RUIZ, Antonio Manuel, PUENTE LOPATEGUI, Roberto 54: METHOD FOR CLOSING THE END OF FOLDED TUBULAR CASINGS The invention relates to a method for closing the ends of folded tubular casings, conssiting of: unfolding an end portion of the tubular casing in the direction of the axis of the shaft, turning over the unfolded end portion in order to insert same inside the casing, securing the unfolded end portion from inside the casing, rotating the end portion and flattening the rotated end portion. This method is either performed at the outlet of the folding line (ON- LINE) as an additional phase of the operation or away from the unfolding line (OFF-LINE) as an independent operation. 21: 2011/ : 2009/05/14 43: 2012/01/09 51: A61F; A61L 71: KIMBERLY-CLARK WORLDWIDE, INC. 72: WELCH, HOWARD M, MEYER, STEPHEN C, THOMAS, OOMMAN P, AUSTIN, JAMES, SIQUEIRA, JOSE A 33: US 31: 12/164,990 32: 2008/06/30 54: ELASTIC COMPOSITE FORMED FROM MULTIPLE LAMINATE STRUCTURES An elastic composite formed from a laminate that contains an elastic film and a lightweight nonwoven facing having a low strength in the cross-machine direction ("CD") is provided. Due to the low strength of the facing, it is desirable that the elastic film have a sufficient thickness and weight to enhance the strength of the resulting composite. Unfortunately, Page 97

98 the ability to join an elastic film to such a lightweight nonwoven facing becomes increasingly difficult as the thickness of the film increases. In this regard, the present inventors have discovered that a second laminate may be employed in the elastic composite that is formed from a thermoplastic film and nonwoven facing to impart increased strength to the composite. The film and facing of the second laminate may be formed from the same or different materials than the film and facing of the first laminate. Regardless, the laminates are positioned so that the elastic and thermoplastic films are in a face-to-face relationship. Through selective control over the polymer content and thickness, the present inventors have discovered that the elastic and thermoplastic films may be readily joined together under light pressure, even at ambient temperature conditions. This avoids the application of a substantial amount of heat used in conventional calender bonding processes, which can otherwise damage the film, and also minimize the need for costly adhesives. An elastic composite formed from a lightweight nonwoven facing that has a low degree of strength in the cross-machine direction ("CD") is provided. Through selective control over certain parameters of the materials employed in the composite and the formation process, the present inventors have discovered that such low strength and lightweight facings may be readily laminated to an elastic film without significantly damaging their integrity. For example, in one embodiment, the elastic film may possess a multi-layered construction that includes an elastomeric elastic layer positioned adjacent to a strength-enhancing thermoplastic layer. The polymer content and thickness of the thermoplastic layer are generally selected to impart additional strength and integrity to the film. Likewise, the polymer content of the elastic layer may also be selected so that the film possesses a sufficient tack for adhering to the facing. In certain cases, it may be desirable to position the layer between two elastic layers so that the strength-enhancing layer does not substantially contact the nonwoven facing. In this manner, the strength-enhancing layer may avoid substantial damage during the lamination process. 21: 2011/ : 2009/05/14 43: 2012/01/09 51: A61F; A61L 71: KIMBERLY-CLARK WORLDWIDE, INC. 72: WELCH, HOWARD M, NG, WING-CHAK, HAYNES, BRYAN D, MEYER, STEPHEN C, THOMAS, OOMMAN P, SANABRIA, LISA, AUSTIN, JAMES, SIQUEIRA, JOSE A, SCHUMACHER, IRIS V, LASLIE, CHRISTOPHER 33: US 31: 12/165,010 32: 2008/06/30 54: ELASTIC COMPOSITE CONTAINING A LOW STRENGTH AND LIGHTWEIGHT NONWOVEN FACING 21: 2011/ : 2009/05/15 43: 2012/01/09 51: B41M; B44C 71: KIMBERLY-CLARK WORLDWIDE, INC. 72: MACDONALD, JOHN GAVIN, LONG, ANDREW MARK, JAIN, LINDSEY, ALES III, THOMAS MICHAEL 33: US 31: 12/164,450 32: 2008/06/30 54: TEMPORARY TATTOO DECALS FOR DETECTING THE PRESENCE OF AN ANALYTE Page 98

99 Temporary tattoos to be applied to the skin of a wearer for the detection of an analyte are generally disclosed. The temporary tattoo can be applied to the skin via a temporary tattoo decal. The temporary tattoo can indicate the presence of an analyte by displaying a certain spectral response (e.g., color change) in the presence of a targeted analyte. This change in color can indicate to the wearer and/or caregiver the presence of the targeted analyte in real-time. 6alkyl; R3 represents a hydrogen atom, a C 1-6 alkyl group; R2 and R3 may form together a 6 membered cycle with the nitrogens caring R2 and R3 optionally substituted; R4 represents: a phenyl ring, being optionally substituted; n represents 0 to 2; in form of a free base or of an addition salt with an acid. The compounds of the present invention have GSK3β inhibitory activity and are useful as an active ingredient of a medicament for preventive and/or therapeutic treatment of diseases caused by abnormal activity of GSK3β and more particularly of neurodegenerative diseases. 21: 2011/ : 2009/06/25 43: 2012/01/09 51: C07D; A61K; A61P 71: SANOFI-AVENTIS, MITSUBISHI TANABE PHARMA CORPORATION 72: LOCHEAD, ALISTAIR, SAADY, MOURAD, YAICHE, PHILIPPE 33: EP 31: : 2008/06/26 54: 4-(PYRIDIN-4-YL)-1H-(1,3,5)TRIAZIN-2-ONE DERIVATIVES AS GSK3-BETA INHIBITORS FOR THE TREATMENT OF NEURODEGENERATIVE DISEASES A triazinone derivative represented by formula (I) wherein: Z represents a bond, a carbonyl group, a methylene group optionally substituted by one or two groups chosen from a C 1-6 alkyl group, a hydroxyl group, a Ci-β alkoxy group; R1 represents a 4- pyridine ring; R2 represents a hydrogen atom, a C 1-21: 2011/ : 2009/06/23 43: 2012/01/09 51: A61N 71: MUNTERMANN, AXEL 72: MUNTERMANN, AXEL 33: DE 31: : 2008/06/23 54: APPARATUS FOR MAGNETIC FIELD THERAPY The invention relates to an apparatus for magnetic field therapy, preferably designed to generate nuclear spin resonances in the tissue under treatment. The apparatus comprises a base surface and two side parts into which coils are integrated. Page 99

100 lumen (307) having a distal aperture (310) and a self-sealing member (312) configured for maintaining a f luid-disruptable, resealable barrier to the distal aperture (310); and (ii) a catheter asssembly (500) configured to provide a patent path of fluid communication between the instillation/aspiration device (300) and a patient bronchial passage, where the catheter (502) includes a wedging structure (512) configured to engage a patient bronchial passage. In another aspect, embodiments of the present invention may include one or more methods of making and using a system or component described herein. 21: 2011/ : 2009/06/07 43: 2012/01/06 51: A61K; A61P 71: PHARMA TWO B LTD. 72: LAMENSDORF, ITSCHAK, SELA, YORAM 33: US 31: 61/059,326 32: 2008/06/06 54: PHARMACEUTICAL COMPOSITIONS FOR TREATMENT OF PARKINSON'S DISEASE Pharmaceutical compositions are provided for treatment of Parkinson's disease comprising a pharmaceutically acceptable carrier and a fixed dose combination of two active agents selected from compounds having either neuroprotective or symptomatic effects, or both, in Parkinson's disease patients, wherein the molar ratio of the two compounds is in the range of 1:1 to 1:100. The compositions are formulated for immediate release, controlled release, or both immediate and controlled release. 21: 2011/ : 2009/06/08 43: 2012/01/06 51: A61M; A61J 71: CAREFUSION 2200, INC. 72: ELSAKKA, MAMDOUH, KEARNEY, CHRISTINE T, EDRINGTON, JOHN, WELLS, KEITH, FURNISH, GREG, NG, HO-KIN, BIELEFELD, ERIC E 33: US 31: 12/135,880 32: 2008/06/09 54: DIAGNOSTIC SAMPLE COLLECTION SYSTEM A bronchoalveolar lavage instillation/aspiration system (200) which includes (i) a needleless bronchoalveolar lavage instillation/aspiration device (300) with a barrel member (306) including a barrel 21: 2011/ : 2009/07/15 43: 2012/01/06 51: G02C; A61F 71: ALCON, INC. 72: KARAKELLE, MUTLU, HONG, XIN, ZHANG, XIAOXIAO, CHOI, MYOUNG-TAEK, ZHANG, YAN, TRAN, SON 33: US 31: 61/080,796 32: 2008/07/15 54: ACCOMMODATIVE IOL WITH TORIC OPTIC AND EXTENDED DEPTH OF FOCUS Page 100

101 In one aspect, the present invention provides an intraocular lens (IOL), which comprises at least two optics disposed in tandem along an optical axis, and an accommodative mechanism that is coupled to at least one of the optics and is adapted to adjust a combined optical power of the optics in response to natural accommodative forces of an eye in which the optics are implanted so as to provide accommodation. At least one of the optics has a surface characterized by a first refractive region, a second refractive region and transition region therebetween, where an optical phase shift of incident light having a design wavelength (e.g., 550 nm) across the transition region corresponds to a non-integer fraction of that wavelength. 21: 2011/ : 2009/07/02 43: 2012/01/06 51: B01J; C04B; C10J; F27D 71: SAINT-GOBAIN CENTRE DE RECHERCHES ET D'ETUDES EUROPEEN 72: CHAMPION, THIBAULT, HIS, CHRISTIAN, VILLERMAUX, FRANCELINE 33: US 31: 12/167,074 32: 2008/07/02 54: GASIFIER REACTOR INTERNAL COATING A gasifier comprising an interior wall on which a layer is applied or an interior wall protected by an assembly of blocks, said layer or said blocks having at least one region of a sintered material containing: i) at least 25% by weight of chromium oxide Cr 2 O 3 ; and ii) at least 1% by weight of zirconium oxide, wherein at least 20% by weight of said zirconium oxide ZrO 2 is stabilized in the cubic and/or quadratic form. 21: 2011/ : 2009/06/04 43: 2012/01/06 51: B60R; F16B 71: WALMEC SPA 72: ZANETTI, PAOLO 33: IT 31: TV2008A : 2008/06/06 54: DEVICE FOR THE SUPPORT OF PORTABLE ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT WITH ANCHORAGE DEVICE PROVIDED WITH A MAGNETIC SUPPORT Connection device of a portable electronic equipment with anchorage device provided with a magnetic support, particularly in the car driver and passenger compartment having ventilation air vents of the type provided with fins, comprising the magnetic base having an attraction seat to house the coupling interface of the coupling plate, consisting of the coplanar approaching of at least two permanent magnets reciprocally attracted one another, axially magnetized with inverted polarity: and wherein, the magnetic base joined to the anchorage device has an attraction seat with a concave configuration with spherical cap section; and furthermore in which the anchorage device is a clamp including two movable jaws, reciprocally articulated one another at a first end, with a camshaped surface relatively to the base of the first end, which insists in correspondence of an adjustment locknut, with respect to which a screw passes through coaxially; said magnetic base with attraction seat is associated to the locknut. 21: 2011/ : 2009/06/15 43: 2012/01/06 51: C07D 71: DOW AGROSCIENCES LLC 72: BLAND, DOUGLAS, ROTH, GARY Page 101

102 33: US 31: 61/077,189 32: : IMPROVED PROCESS FOR THE PREPARATION OF 2-TRIFLUOROMETHYL-5-(1- SUBSTITUTED) ALKYLPYRIDINES 2-Trifluoromethyl-5-(1-substituted)alkylpyridines are produced efficiently and in high yield from an alkyl vinyl ether and trifluoroacetyl chloride by cyclization. alkanes reacted with the hydrogen. Embodiments of the method further may comprise forming brominated alkanes. Embodiments of the method further may comprising forming product hydrocarbons from brominated alkanes. 21: 2011/ : 2009/06/30 43: 2012/01/06 51: B65D 71: AVERY DENNISON CORPORATION 72: HOLBERT, VICTOR P, SIELOFF, RONALD F 33: US 31: 12/166,071 32: : RECLOSABLE FOOD PACKAGE WITH IMPROVED SHELF LIFE A resealable container (4) having an easily accessed yet airtight seal via the use of a tamper evident rupture strip which provides the container or package with improved shelf life for the product contained therein. 21: 2011/ : 2009/07/10 43: 2012/01/06 51: A61C 71: NOBEL BIOCARE SERVICES AG 72: HURSON, STEVEN M 33: US 31: 12/172,881 32: 2008/07/14 54: COMPACT DENTAL IMPLANT A dental implant is provided for supporting a dental prosthesis. The implant has a body having an outer surface, an apical end, a coronal end, a coronal portion, and a threaded portion. The coronal portion has a collar that tapers inwardly. The threaded portion has an intermediate portion and an apical portion, the intermediate portion tapering inwardly at a first angle and the apical portion tapering inwardly at a second angle. At least one thread is located on the outer surface of the threaded portion. The thread has a coronal flank, an apical flank, and a face extending between the coronal flank and apical flank. 21: 2011/ : 2009/06/12 43: 2012/01/06 51: C07C 71: MARATHON GTF TECHNOLOGY, LTD. 72: WAYCUILIS, JOHN J, TURNER, WILLIAM J 33: US 31: 12/139,135 32: : HYDROGENATION OF MULTI-BROMINATED ALKANES Methods and systems for the hydrogenation of multibrominated alkanes are provided herein. An embodiment of the present invention comprises a method, the method comprising: reacting at least hydrogen and multi-brominated alkanes in the presence of a catalyst to form a hydrogenated stream comprising brominated alkanes having fewer bromine substituents than the multi-brominated Page 102

103 21: 2011/ : 2009/07/31 43: 2012/02/22 51: C07D 71: GENENTECH, INC. 72: LYSSIKATOS, JOSEPH P, COHEN, FREDERICK, BERGERON, PHILIPPE, LY, CUONG, KOEHLER, MICHAEL F T, ESTRADA, ANTHONY, LAU, KEVIN HON LUEN, ORTWINE, DANIEL FRED, PEI, ZHONGHUA, ZHAO, XIANRUI 33: US 31: 61/085,309 32: 2008/07/31 54: PYRIMIDINE COMPOUNDS, COMPOSITIONS AND METHODS OF USE Disclosed are compounds of Formula I, including steroisomers, geometric isomers, tautomers, solvates, metabolites and pharmaceutically acceptable salts thereof, that are useful in modulating PIKK related kinase signaling, e.g., mtor, and for the treatment of diseases (e.g., cancer) that are mediated at least in part by the dysregulation of the PIKK signaling pathway (e.g., mtor). 21: 2011/ : 2009/07/09 43: 2012/01/06 51: C12N; A01H; C07K; C12Q 71: BAYER BIOSCIENCE N.V. 72: LAGA, BENJAMIN, DEN BOER, BART, LAMBERT, BART 33: EP 31: : 2008/07/18 33: US 31: 61/135,230 32: 2008/07/17 54: BRASSICA PLANT COMPRISING A MUTANT INDEHISCENT ALLELLE This invention relates to crop plants of which the fruit dehiscence properties are modulated. More specifically the invention relates to improved methods and means for reducing seed shattering, or delaying seed shattering until after harvest, while maintaining at the same time an agronomically relevant treshability of the pods, and for increasing yield. 21: 2011/ : 2011/01/06 43: 2012/02/03 51: A61H 71: KOANAITE, Daniel 72: KOANAITE, Daniel 33: ZA 31: 2008/ : 2008/06/08 54: WALKING AID APPARATUS This invention relates to a walking aid apparatus (10). The apparatus (10) comprises a frame (12) for proving support to a user (14) and attachment Page 103

104 means (16) for being attached to the user (14). When attached to the user (14), the apparatus (10) provides support to the user while he is walking or standing to maintain an upright posture 21: 2011/ : 2009/07/01 43: 2012/01/06 51: A61Q, A61K 71: UNILEVER PLC 72: LIPS, ALEXANDER, YANG, LIN, PALLA- VENKATA, CHANDRA SHEKAR, HU, YUNTAO THOMAS, SINGH, PRABHJYOT, VETHAMUTHU, MARTIN SWANSON, CANTO, CRISTIANE APARECIDA F 33: US 31: 12/218,088 32: 2008/07/11 54: LIQUID CLEANSING COMPOSITIONS COMPRISING MICROFIBROUS CELLULOSE SUSPENDING POLYMERS The present invention relates to personal care liquid cleansing compositions comprising bacterially produced microfibrous cellulose (MFC) suspending polymers which have not previously been used in personal care compositions. 21: 2011/ : 2009/07/31 43: 2012/01/09 51: G01N 71: PROBIODRUG AG 72: DEMUTH, HANS-ULRICH, SCHILLING, STEPHAN, RAHFELD, JENS-ULRICH, KLEINSCHMIDT, MARTIN, KEHLEN, ASTRID, HAEGELE, MONIQUE 33: US 31: 61/085,154 32: 2008/07/31 54: GLUTAMINYL CYCLASE AS A DIAGNOSTIC / PROGNOSTIC INDICATOR FOR NEURODEGENERATIVE DISEASES The present invention relates to a method for predicting, diagnosing and prognosticating a neurodegenerative disease, such as Alzheimer's disease (AD), Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) and neurodegeneration in Down's syndrome (NDS) using glutaminyl cyclase (QC) as a diagnostic/prognostic indicator. The use of antibodies binding to QC and kits for performing said diagnostic method are also provided. 21: 2011/ : 2009/07/10 43: 2012/01/09 51: A61K; C07K 71: PROBIODRUG AG 72: DEMUTH, HANS-ULRICH, SCHILLING, STEPHAN, RAHFELD, JENS-ULRICH, KLEINSCHMIDT, MARTIN, GANS, KATHRIN, REISENAUER-SCHAUPP, ANITA, KAMPFER, SONJA 33: US 31: 61/082,309 32: 2008/07/21 54: DIAGNOSTIC ANTIBODY ASSAY The present invention pertains to novel diagnostic assays for the diagnosis of amyloidosis, in particular Alzheimer's disease, and related aspects. In Page 104

105 particular, monoclonal antibodies and an antibody assay are provided. 21: 2011/ : 2011/01/06 43: 2012/01/06 51: A63B 71: TECH-PERFECT PTY LTD 72: SHARP, DAVID, TEOFILO, VINCE 33: AU 31: : 2010/03/24 54: A TRAINING DEVICE FOR USE IN BATTING PRACTISE A training device for use in batting practise is disclosed including attachment means for attaching the device to a bat; guide means to assist a batsman in adopting correct batting posture. The guide means may include a forearm stop which bears against a batsman's forearm. FRANCIS, DABDOUBI, TARIK, HERBERT, CORENTIN, REMY, ELISABETH 33: FR 31: 08/ : 2008/07/08 54: FGF-R4 RECEPTOR-SPECIFIC ANTAGONISTS The present invention relates to FGF-R4 receptorspecific antagonist molecules enabling the inhibition of the activity of said receptor. Said antagonists are, particularly, FGF-R4-specific antibodies enabling the inhibition of the activity of said receptor. The present invention also relates to the therapeutic use of said antibodies, particularly in the field of angiogenesis and in the treatment of certain types of cancer. 21: 2011/ : 2009/07/09 43: 2012/01/12 51: C07D; A61K; A61P 71: SANOFI-AVENTIS 72: VERNHET, CLAUDE, RINALDI-CARMONA, MURIELLE, BARBAGALLO, ELODIE, ROUX, PASCALE 33: FR 31: 08/ : 2008/07/11 54: SUBSTITUTED 1-BENZYL-CINNOLIN-4(1H)- ONE DERIVATIVES, PREPARATION THEREOF, AND THERAPEUTIC USE THEREOF The present invention relates to compounds having the formula (I) where: - R 1 is: a substituted or nonsubstituted phenyl; a substituted or non-substituted naphthyl; a substituted or non-substituted pyridyl; a substituted or non-substituted 1-benzothienyl; or a substituted or non-substituted 1,3-benzodioxolyl; - R 2 is: an aromatic or heteroaromatic group, said group being substituted or non-substituted; -R 3 is a hydrogen atom, halogen atom, AIk group, or OAIk group; - AIk is a (C 1 -C 4 )alkyl substituted or nonsubstituted one or more times by a fluorine atom. The invention also relates to the preparation method and to the therapeutic use thereof. 21: 2011/ : 2009/07/07 43: 2012/01/12 51: C07K; A61K; A61P; C12N 71: SANOFI-AVENTIS 72: BAURIN, NICOLAS, BONO, FRANÇOISE, MIKOL, VINCENT, CAMERON, BÉATRICE, BERNE, PIERRE-FRANÇOIS, BLANCHE, Page 105

106 72: LÉGERET, BENOIT 54: CATCH DEVICE WITH AN ENERGY ACCUMULATOR ELEMENT A catch device (16c), for example in a safety device (200) of a lift mechanism (100), comprises at least one first energy accumulator element (27a) and one second energy accumulator element (27b) having different energy accumulator rates, and a displacement limit (40) for the first energy accumulator element (27a). 21: 2011/ : 2009/07/14 43: 2012/01/16 51: B01D, B04C, F23J 71: GEA PROCESS ENGINEERING A/S 72: JACOBSEN, NIELS, MAIMANN, HENRIK, RASMUSSEN, BJARNE, FRIDBERG, CHRISTIAN HOLM 33: US 31: 61/080,521 32: 2008/07/14 54: SPRAY DRYER ABSORPTION PROCESS FOR FLUE GAS WITH ENTRAINED COARSE PARTICLES Disclosed herein is a method for reducing the amount of coarser particles from a stream of flue gas prior to treatment by a spray dryer absorption process (SDA). The method comprises the steps of directing a stream of flue gas containing entrained particles of varying sizes through a curve, thereby subjecting the particles to a centrifugal effect, collecting the particles predominately of the coarser size at a particles collecting means provided in the outer circumference of the curve, dispersing the flue gas reduced in particles of coarse particle sizes into the chamber of a spray dryer absorption apparatus, wherein the particles content of the original flue gas stream is above 20 g/nm 3. Also an apparatus for performing the method and a gas disperser is disclosed. The method substantially reduces the cost of the entire plant for treating flue gas having a high content of entrained coarse particles by eliminating the need for a particle pre-collector upstream the SDA. 21: 2011/ : 2009/07/02 43: 2012/01/16 51: A61F 71: FIRST CARE PRODUCTS LTD. 72: BAR-NATAN, BERNARD, STADLER BEKERMAN, MICHAL, HAMDANI, AMNON, HILL, GRAHAM 33: IL 31: : : MULTI-BANDAGE There is provided herein a disparate use bandage comprising a pad portion and an elongate wrapping portion attached at an end thereof to an edge of said pad portion, said pad portion comprising an outer layer, at least one absorbent layer, an inner layer formed of a generally non-permeable material which is attached to the remainder of said pad portion in a readily removable manner. 21: 2011/ : 2008/07/11 43: 2012/01/12 51: B66B 71: INVENTIO AG Page 106

107 21: 2011/ : 2009/11/05 43: 2012/01/16 51: G06F 71: MICROSOFT CORPORATION 72: MEYERZON, DMITRIY, TANKOVICH, VLADIMIR, TAYLOR, MICHAEL JAMES 33: US 31: 12/207,910 32: 2008/09/10 54: DOCUMENT LENGTH AS A STATIC RELEVANCE FEATURE FOR RANKING SEARCH RESULTS Embodiments are configured to provide information based on a user query. In an embodiment, a system includes a search component having a ranking component that can be used to rank search results as part of a query response. In one embodiment, the ranking component includes a ranking algorithm that can use the length of documents returned in response to a search query to rank search results. 21: 2011/ : 2009/08/19 43: 2012/01/12 51: G06Q; G06F 71: MICROSOFT CORPORATION 72: DANIELI, DAMON VINCENT 33: US 31: 12/209,034 32: 2008/09/11 54: SYNDICATED ADVERTISING AND COMMERCE THROUGH WIDGETS An Internet host user posts, or embeds an advertising link, or widget into an interactive program located on a website. The advertising link is viewed by other users who visit the website and participate in the interactive program. A backend infrastructure provides servicing for the interactive program, and is also the source of the advertising links. A host user selects the advertising link from an inventory of advertising links provided by the infrastructure. The infrastructure provides free servicing of the interactive program to the host user in exchange for posting its advertising links. Page 107

108 guard element (7) from the non-active position to the position in which it covers a needle end (21) of a needle (20). Along most of its longitudinal extent between its distal end (11) and proximal end (12), the support housing (2) is surrounded by the activation sleeve (9), and, seen in axial section, the needle guard element (7), together with the second drive assembly (8) cooperating therewith, is arranged radially between the support housing (2) and the activation sleeve (9). 21: 2011/ : 2009/08/19 43: 2012/01/16 51: A61K; A61P 71: NEUROSEARCH A/S 72: PETERS, DAN, REDROBE, JOHN PAUL, NIELSEN, ALEXANDER NORUP 33: DK 31: PA : 2008/08/21 54: TREATMENT OF ANXIETY DISORDERS This invention relates to the treatment of anxiety disorders. The invention furthermore relates to novel pharmaceutical compositions comprising a therapeutically effective amount of the compound exo-7-(8-h-8-aza-bicyclo[3.2.1]oct-3-yloxy)- chromen-2-one, or a therapeutically effective amount of the compound exo-7-(8-h-8- azabicyclo[3.2.1]oct-3-yloxy)-chromen-2-one and a benzodiazepine drug. 21: 2011/ : 2009/06/16 43: 2012/01/19 51: A61M 71: PHARMA CONSULT GES.M.B.H. & CO NFG KG 72: SCHWIRTZ, ANDREAS, CSENAR, MARKUS 33: US 31: 61/184,044 32: 2009/06/04 33: AT 31: A 958/ : 2008/06/16 54: INJECTION DEVICE The invention relates to an injection device (1) comprising a support housing (2), an activation sleeve (9), a carpule (3) with a medicament (14) contained therein, a first drive assembly (4), a safety device (5), a needle arrangement (6), a needle guard element (7) and a second, releasable drive assembly (8), wherein the latter moves the needle 21: 2011/ : 2009/07/16 43: 2012/01/16 51: G05D 71: TANGNEY, JAMES GERARD 72: TANGNEY, JAMES GERARD 33: IE 31: S2008/ : 2008/07/16 54: APPARATUS AND A SYSTEM FOR CONTROLLING TEMPERATURE IN A PLURALITY OF ZONES IN A BUILDING A system (1) for controlling the temperature of two zones or rooms (2) of a building comprises apparatus (5) which comprises a housing (9) within which an impeller (12) draws return air from the two rooms (2) through respective small bore return ducts (8) and inlet ports (14) into a common inlet chamber (22). A two zone heat exchanger (20) located in the housing (10) downstream of the impeller (12) defines two mutually isolated flow air heat exchange paths (26) between the impeller (12) and respective outlet ports (15) through which flow air is delivered to the respective rooms (2) through small bore flow ducts (7). Two mutually isolated flow air bypass paths (28) corresponding to the flow air heat exchange paths (26) also communicate the impeller (12) with the respective outlet ports (15). Two corresponding primary air flaps (29) are selectively operable in first Page 108

109 and second states for directing flow air from the impeller (12) through one of the corresponding flow air heat exchange and bypass paths (26) and (28), respectively, of the corresponding outlet ports (15). A microcontroller (50) is provided for selectively operating the primary air flaps (29) between the first and second states in response to temperature read from temperature sensors (37) located in the inlet ports (14) for detecting the temperature of the return air. A boiler (40a) is provided for providing heated heat exchange water to the heat exchanger (20). 33: NL 31: : 2008/06/19 33: US 31: 61/073,901 32: 2008/06/19 54: HYPODERMIC SYRINGE WITH RETRACTABLE NEEDLE Hypodermic syringe having a barrel which with an inner wall thereof defines a reservoir, a closing-off device near the first end of the barrel, and a plunger that is movably placed in the second end of the barrel, wherein the closing-off device comprises a circumferential wall that sealingly abuts the inner wall of the barrel, at the side facing away from the nozzle is provided with a recess extending along a centre line of the closing-off device and over the full width thereof, which recess merges into the throughopening, with in the recess two diametrically opposite flexible locking members, extending in the longitudinal direction of the recess and towards the inner wall, which locking members engage into diametrically placed locking grooves in the inner wall, and at the side facing away from the nozzle, at a circumferential part of the closing-off device situated outside of the recess, is provided with two diametrically opposite and radially outwardly extending blocking members, that engage in diametrically placed blocking grooves in the inner wall. 21: 2011/ : 2009/06/19 43: 2012/01/17 51: A61M 71: ADDINO B.V. 72: FIERKENS, RICHARDUS GERARDUS THEODORA, FIERKENS, RICHARDUS HENRICUS JOHANNES, VOGELAAR, DIRK, TELKAMP, ARNOLDUS THEODORUS MARIA 21: 2011/ : 2009/08/03 43: 2012/01/23 51: B66B 71: INVENTIO AG 72: HENNEAU, PHILIPPE, DORSCH, ANDREAS 33: EP 31: : 2008/08/18 54: METHOD FOR MONITORING A BRAKE SYSTEM IN AN ELEVATOR SYSTEM ANDCORRESPONDING BRAKE MONITOR FOR AN ELEVATOR SYSTEM Brake monitor (100) for monitoring a brake system (13) of an elevator system (10) that comprises a drive (11) and a drive controller (12) in addition to the brake system (13). The brake monitor (100) Page 109

110 comprises a first brake signal input (KB) for electrically connecting the brake monitor (100) to a first brake contact of the brake system (13). The brake monitor further comprises a driving signal input (AF) for connecting the brake monitor (100) to a first electrical driving signal line (12.1) of the drive controller (12). Also provided are a power supply (101), a microprocessor (102) and a relay circuit (103). The relay circuit (103) is configured such that it can be activated for interrupting a safety circuit (20) of the elevator system (10) or for interrupting a control voltage of the drive controller (12) so that the elevator system (10) can be stopped. The present disclosure is related to the field agrochemicals including 5-flurocytosine and its derivatives and their use as fungicides. 21: 2011/ : 2009/06/25 43: 2012/01/23 51: C07D; A61K; A61P 71: VERNALIS (R&D) LIMITED 72: TODD, RICHARD SIMON, GILLESPIE, ROGER JOHN, BAMFORD, SAMANTHA JANE 33: GB 31: : 2009/04/16 33: US 31: 61/075,538 32: 2008/06/25 54: TRIAZOLO [4, 5-D] PYRAMIDINE DERIVATIVES AND THEIR USE AS PURINE RECEPTOR ANTAGONISTS Compounds of formula (I) that are capable of acting as purine receptor antagonists, pharmaceutical compositions including the compounds, and methods of making the compounds, are. disclosed. The compounds and compositions can be used in treating or preventing disorders related to purine receptor hyperfunctioning. 21: 2011/ : 2009/07/31 43: 2012/01/23 51: A01N, A01P 71: DOW AGROSCIENCES LLC 72: YAO, CHENGLIN, BENKO, ZOLTAN, BRYAN, KRISTY, DAVIS, GEORGE, EPP, JEFFREY, LORSBACH, BETH, MEYER, KEVIN, OWEN, W. JOHN, SULLENBERGER, MICHAEL, WEBSTER, JEFFERY, YOUNG, DAVID 33: US 31: 61/137,736 32: 2008/08/01 54: USE OF 5-FLUOROCYTOSINE AS A FUNGICIDE 21: 2011/ : 2009/07/22 43: 2012/01/24 51: C12P 71: SETENTA E TRÊS MIL E CEM, LDA 72: CARVALHO FERNANDES DE MIRANDA REIS, MARIA D ASCENÇÃO, FREITAS OLIVEIRA, RUI MANUEL, ANDRADE DE FREITAS, MARIA FILOMENA, FERREIRA CHAGAS, BÁRBARA, BRAGA DA CRUZ, ANA LUÍSA, PIO BARBOSA PEREIRA DA CUNHA, ANTÓNIO EDUARDO, VAZÃO MANO CLEMENTE, JOÃO JOSÉ 33: PT 31: : 2008/07/30 54: PROCESS FOR THE CO-PRODUCTION OF CHITIN, ITS DERIVATIVES AND POLYMERS CONTAINING GLUCOSE, MANNOSE AND/OR GALACTOSE, BY THE FERMENTATION OF THE YEAST PICHIA PASTORIS Page 110

111 This invention concerns a process for the coproduction of glucosamine polymers (chitin, chitosan or any of its derivatives) and polymers containing glucose, mannose and/or galactose, by the high cell density fermentation of the yeastpichia pastorisin a bioreactor under aerobic conditions, preferably using glycerol byproduct from the biodiesel industry as carbon source. Pure glycerol, pure methanol, glycerol-rich or methanol rich mixtures may also be used as carbon sources. The present invention also concernsp. pastorisfermentation process duly optimized for attaining high cell densities and high cell wall chitin content, as well as polymers containing glucose, mannose and/or galactose. updated to improve efficiency and accuracy in the modeling system. 21: 2011/ : 2009/09/12 43: 2012/01/23 51: G06Q; H04W 71: MICROSOFT CORPORATION 72: BLEGEN, DARRELL 33: US 31: 12/239,464 32: 2008/09/26 54: PREDICTIVE GEO-TEMPORAL ADVERTISEMENT TARGETING A method, system, and medium are provided for targeting advertisements to users of mobile devices based on geo-temporal models. Time-stamped location information is collected for a mobile device and a dynamic geo-temporal model is constructed and updated when new data is collected according to a sample design. Using the geo-temporal model, device location and instances of user interaction with the device can be predicted, and advertisements can be provided based on the predicted location. Advertisements can be cached on the mobile device for later presentation, and the sample design can be 21: 2011/ : 2009/08/20 43: 2012/01/24 51: A63B 71: SUN MOUNTAIN SPORTS, INC. 72: REIMERS, ERIC W, TRUETT, DALE, ROBIRDS, MARK 33: US 31: 12/544,083 32: 2009/08/19 33: US 31: 29/323,238 32: 2008/08/21 33: US 31: 29/323,422 32: 2008/08/26 33: US 31: 61/092,891 32: 2008/08/29 54: FOLDABLE GOLF BAG CART A golf bag cart (10) for a golf bag (12) is provided for transporting the bag (12). The golf bag cart (10) includes a four wheeled carriage (18), a bag support frame (20) and a handle (22). The bag support frame (22) includes a base frame (36) and a pivotally attached torso frame (64), with a slider block (62) on said base frame (36) providing a mechanism for collapsing and expanding said golf bag cart (10) between a use mode (14) and a storage mode (16) in conjunction with the pivoting of the torso frame (64). The handle (22) is pivotally securable at multiple pivot angles. Page 111

112 21: 2011/ : 2011/01/24 43: 2012/02/13 51: A61K 71: Effik 72: GICQUEL, Jennifer, TERRACOL, Didier, SAMOYEAU, Roland 33: FR 31: : 2009/06/29 54: MICRONISED PROGESTERONE PHARMACEUTICAL COMPOSITION AND USES THEREOF The present invention relates to a pharmaceutical composition containing micronised progesterone and at least one oleic safflower oil referred to as type II safflower oil. The invention also relates to drugs including said pharmaceutical composition. The invention further relates to the medical uses of said pharmaceutical composition. 21: 2011/ : 2009/07/09 43: 2012/01/25 51: C07D 71: NISSAN CHEMICAL INDUSTRIES, LTD. 72: MIZUKOSHI, TAKASHI, YAOSAKA, MANABU, KOUSAKA, HIROYUKI, FUKUYA, SHUNSUKE, MORIYAMA, YUJI 33: JP 31: : 2008/07/09 33: JP 31: : 2009/06/24 54: PRODUCTION METHOD OF ISOXAZOLINE- SUBSTITUTED BENZOIC ACID AMIDE COMPOUND Disclosed is a process for producing an isoxazolinesubstituted benzoic acid amide compound represented by general formula (1) [wherein X represents a halogen atom, a C 1 -C 6 haloalkyl, or the like; Y represents a halogen atom, a C 1 -C 6 alkyl, or the like; R 1 represents a C 1 -C 6 haloalkyl, or the like; R 2 and R 3 independently represent a hydrogen atom, a C 1 -C 6 alkyl, or the like; R 4 represents a C 1 -C 6 alkyl, a C 1 -C 6 haloalkyl, or the like; R 5 represents a hydrogen atom, a C 1 -C 6 alkyl, or the like; m represents an integer of 0 to 5; and n represents an integer of 0 to 4], which comprises reacting an isoxazolinesubstituted benzene compound represented by general formula (3) [wherein X, Y, R 1, m and n are as defined above; L represents a chlorine atom, a bromine atom, -C(O)OH, -C(O)J, or the like; and J represents a halogen atom] with a 2-aminoacetic acid amide compound represented by general formula (2) [wherein R 2, R 3, R 4 and R 5 are as defined above] or a salt thereof. Also disclosed is a crystal form of the isoxazoline-substituted benzoic Page 112

113 acid amide compound. Further disclosed is a process for producing the crystal form. 21: 2011/ : 2009/08/11 43: 2012/01/25 51: B62D 71: BUCYRUS AMERICA INC. 72: O'QUINN, ROGER, DYE, JOHN, OWENS, ESTEL 33: US 31: 61/088,664 32: 2008/08/13 54: CRAWLER TRACK HAVING REPLACEABLE CAULKS A crawler track device includes a plurality of crawler track pads, each coupled to form a continuous crawler track, wherein each of the plurality of crawler track pads includes at least one mounting hole configured to removably receive at least one of a plurality of caulk devices that each protrude from an upper surface of the crawler track pad. 21: 2011/ : 2010/03/10 43: 2012/01/26 51: B44C 71: FLOORING TECHNOLOGIES LTD. 72: OLDORFF, FRANK 33: EP 31: : 2009/03/31 54: METHOD FOR PRODUCING PANELS AND PANEL PRODUCED ACCORDING TO THE METHOD The invention relates to a method for producing panels, characterized by the following steps: a) providing a large-format, press blank particle board made of wood material comprising a press skin created during production at least on the top side thereof; b) grinding off a part of the press skin from the top side of the particle board; c) applying a base coat made of a liquid melamine-based resin to the top side of the particle board, wherein the resin diffuses at least partially into the top edge layer of the particle board, and at least penetrates and treats the remaining area of the press skin; d) drying the base coat; e) applying a primer over the base coat; f) drying the primer; g) applying at least one waterbased paint enriched by pigments for generating a decoration; h) drying the decoration; i) applying a seal made of at least one melamine-based resin enriched with wear-resistant particles and cellulose fibers; j) drying the seal; k) applying a base coast made of a liquid melamine-based resin to the bottom side of the particle board, wherein the resin diffuses at least partially into the bottom edge layer of the particle board; l) drying the base coat; m) applying a counterpart to the bottom of the particle board; n) pressing the layer construction under the effect of pressure and temperature; o) cutting the particle board into panels of the desired width and length; p) applying binding agents and locking elements to Page 113

114 opposite side edges for binding and locking a plurality of panels into a floating laid composite floor. predetermined range and the heading direction of the animal is within a predetermined orientation relative to the target, then a signal indicative of applying a non-aversive stimulus to the animal is generated, and a signal indicative of removal of a non-aversive stimulus is selectively generated when the animal's velocity relative to the target is outside of the predetermined range, or the heading direction of the animal changes by more than a predetermined amount, otherwise a signal is generated indicative of first removing the nonaversive stimulus followed by application of an aversive stimulus to the animal. 21: 2011/ : 2009/07/24 43: 2012/01/26 51: A01K; G08B 71: COMMONWEALTH SCIENTIFIC AND INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH ORGANISATION 72: LEE, CAROLINE, REED, MATTHEW, WARK, TIM, CROSSMAN, CHRISTOPHER, VALENCIA, PHILIP 33: AU 31: : 2008/07/25 54: A CONTROL DEVICE, AND METHOD, FOR CONTROLLING THE LOCATION OF AN ANIMAL A control device and method is taught for controlling an animal's location. A GPS receiver receives GPS signals and a processor determines the position, velocity and heading direction of the animal relative to a target. A stimulus unit selectively applies a stimulus to the animal in response to received signals. A processor is programmed such that if the position of the animal relative to the target is less than a predetermined distance and the animal's velocity relative to the target is within a 21: 2011/ : 2011/01/26 43: 2012/02/23 51: G11B, H04N 71: Panasonic Corporation 72: TOMA, Tadamasa, NISHI, Takahiro, SASAKI, Taiji, YAHATA, Hiroshi, OGAWA, Tomoki, IKEDA, Wataru 33: JP 31: : 2009/05/19 54: RECORDING MEDIUM, REPRODUCING DEVICE, ENCODING DEVICE, INTEGRATED CIRCUIT, AND REPRODUCTION OUTPUT DEVICE A pair of main view and sub-view video streams, a graphics stream, and playlist information are recorded on a BD-ROM disk. The sub-view video stream includes meta data arranged in each GOP. The meta data includes a corresponding table between offset identifiers and offset information contents. Each of the offset information contents specifies an offset control for each picture in the GOP. The offset control is processed such that respective offsets in the left and right directions on a Page 114

115 horizontal coordinate are given to a graphics plane, which is synthesized to respective main view and sub-view video planes. The playlist information includes a stream selection table on a per reproduction section basis. In the stream selection table, when a stream number is made correspond to the packet identifier of the graphics stream, one offset identifier is additionally assigned to the stream number. 21: 2011/ : 2009/07/08 43: 2012/01/27 51: C09D; 71: NANOVERE TECHNOLOGIES, INC. 72: CHOATE, THOMAS F 33: US 31: 12/170,250 32: 2008/07/09 54: DENDRITIC POLYURETHANE COATING The invention herein relates to a surface protective dendritic polymer coating compositions and to the cross-linked surface protective coatings formed thereby. 21: 2011/ : 2009/07/17 43: 2012/02/03 51: A61K; A61P 71: E-THERAPEUTICS PLC 72: YOUNG, MALCOLM PHILIP, THOMAS, CATHERINE MARY 33: GB 31: : 2008/07/-18 54: ANTIBACTERIAL COMBINATION THERAPY FOR THE TREATMENT OF GRAM POSITIVE BACTERIAL INFECTIONS There is described a composition comprising a therapeutically active imidazole, and derivatives thereof, and an agent active on a bacterial cell surface selected from the group consisting of one or more of colistin, nisin, D-cycloserine, fosfomycin, fosfomycin trometamol, fosfomycin disodium and polymixin B, and derivatives thereof. 21: 2011/ : 2009/08/28 43: 2012/02/22 51: C07K; A61K 71: GENENTECH, INC. 72: OUYANG, WENJUN, WU, YAN, STAWICKI, SCOTT, CHEN, YONGMEI, HU, YAN (HELEN) 33: US 31: 61/093,212 32: 2008/08/29 33: US 31: 61/112,644 32: 2008/11/07 33: US 31: 61/164,709 32: 2009/03/30 54: CROSS-REACTIVE AND BISPECIFIC ANTI-IL 17A/F ANTIBODIES The present invention relates generally to antibodies cross-reactive with IL- 17A and IL-17F, and bispecific anti-il-17a/f and their uses. Page 115

116 54: DIRECT AND SELECTIVE PRODUCTION OF ETHANOL FROM ACETIC ACID UTILIZING A PLATINUM/TIN CATALYST A process for the selective production of ethanol by vapor phase reaction of acetic acid over a hydrogenating catalyst composition to form ethanol is disclosed and claimed. In an embodiment of this invention reaction of acetic acid and hydrogen over a platinum and tin supported on silica, graphite, calcium silicate or silica-alumina selectively produces ethanol in a vapor phase at a temperature of about 250 C. 21: 2011/ : 2009/07/20 43: 2012/01/31 51: C07C 71: CELANESE INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION 72: ZINK, JAMES H, JOHNSTON, VICTOR J, CHEN, LAIYUAN, KIMMICH, BARBARA F, CHAPMAN, JOSEFINA T, VAN DER WAAL, JAN CORNELIS, ZUZANIUK, VIRGINIE 33: US 31: 12/221,135 32: 2008/07/31 54: DIRECT AND SELECTIVE PRODUCTION OF ACETALDEHYDE FROM ACETIC ACID UTILIZING A SUPPORTED METAL CATALYST A process for the selective production of acetaldehyde by vapor phase reaction of acetic acid over a hydrogenating catalyst composition to form acetaldehyde is disclosed and claimed. In an embodiment of this invention reaction of acetic acid and hydrogen over platinum and iron supported on silica selectively produces acetaldehyde in a vapor phase at a temperature of about 300 C. 21: 2011/ : 2009/06/05 43: 2012/02/03 51: C07D 71: LEGOCHEM BIOSCIENCE LTD. 72: SONG, HO YOUNG, CHO, YOUNG LAG, LEE, DAE YON, PARK, HEE SOCK, BAEK, SUNG YOON, CHAE, SANG EUN, JO, SANG HUI, KIM, YEON OK, LEE, HYANG SOOK, PARK, JU HYUN, PARK, TAE KYO, WOO, SUNG HO, KIM, YONG ZU 33: KR 31: : 2008/07/03 54: FXA INHIBITORS WITH CYCLIC AMIDOXIME OR CYCLIC AMIDRAZONE AS P4 SUBUNIT, PROCESSES FOR THEIR PREPARATIONS, AND PHARMACEUTICAL COMPOSITIONS AND DERIVATIVES THEREOF The present invention relates to novel oxazolidinone derivatives with cyclic amidoxime or cyclic amidrazone group, pharmaceutically acceptable salts thereof, methods for preparing the same and pharmaceutical compositions comprising the same. The oxazolidinone derivatives with cyclic amidoxime or cyclic amidrazone group or the pharmaceutically acceptable salts thereof can be effectively used for the treatment of thromboembolism and tumor as an anticoagulant based on the inhibition of factor Xa. 21: 2011/ : 2009/07/20 43: 2012/01/31 51: C07C 71: CELANESE INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION 72: ZINK, JAMES H, JOHNSTON, VICTOR J, CHEN, LAIYUAN, KIMMICH, BARBARA F, CHAPMAN, JOSEFINA T 33: US 31: 12/221,141 32: 2008/07/31 Page 116

117 according to a two dose regimen consisting of a first dose and a second dose. 21: 2011/ : 2011/02/03 43: 2012/02/09 51: C07K, C12P 71: Bayer Healthcare LLC 72: WANG, Zhuozhi, MURPHY, John E, PAN, Junliang, JIANG, Haiyan, LIU, Bing 33: US 31: 61/085,980 32: 2008/08/04 54: MONOCLONAL ANTIBODIES AGAINST TISSUE FACTOR PATHWAY INHIBITOR (TFPI) Isolated monoclonal antibodies that bind human tissue factor pathway inhibitor (TFPI) and the isolated nucleic acid molecules encoding them are provided. Pharmaceutical compositions comprising the anti-tfpi monoclonal antibodies and methods of treating deficiencies or defects in coagulation by administration of the antibodies are also provided. Methods of producing the antibodies are also provided. 21: 2011/ : 2009/09/16 43: 2012/02/09 51: A61F; A61K 71: BAYER OY 72: JUKARAINEN, HARRI, TJÄDER, TAINA, CALVO ALONSO, ULLA, JUTILA, ILKKA, LYYTIKÄINEN, HEIKKI, MACLEOD, ANDREW, NOBLE, MICHAEL, WHITAKER, DAVID 33: FI 31: : 2008/09/17 33: FI 31: : 2008/09/17 54: AN INSERTER The present invention relates to an inserter for an intrauterine system comprising a handle (3),and an insertion tube (6) having a first end and a second end, and being arranged in connection with the handle. The inserter is characterized in that the first end of the insertion tube (6) comprises at least one frame slot for receiving a frame of the intrauterine system.the invention also relates to a kit comprising an inserter according to the present invention and an intrauterine system, wherein the intrauterine system (1) comprises a therapeutic component (1b)and a continuous, closed frame (1a), the therapeutic component (1b) being connected to the frame (1a) at least one point, and therapeutic component (1b) of the intrauterine system (1) is at least mainly arranged inside the first end of the insertion tube (6) and the frame (1a) of the intrauterine system (1) is at least mainly arranged outside the first end of the insertion tube (6). 21: 2011/ : 2011/02/03 43: 2012/02/06 51: A61K, A61P 71: GLAXOSMITHKLINE BIOLOGICALS S.A. 72: WETTENDORFF, Martine, Anne, Cecile, DESCAMPS, Dominique, GIANNINI, Sandra, LECRENIER, Nicolas, STEPHENNE, Jean 33: US 31: 61/085,101 32: : US 31: 61/176,561 32: 2009/05/08 54: VACCINE AGAINST HPV The use of HPV 16 and HPV 18 virus like particles (VLPs) together with a pharmaceutically acceptable excipient, in a vaccine for the prevention of human papillomavirus related disease or infection, wherein the vaccine is formulated for administration 21: 2011/ : 2011/02/07 43: 2012/02/07 Page 117

118 51: A01N, C07C 71: Bayer CropScience AG 72: MIHARA, Jun, Tetsuya MURATA, DOMON, Kei, WATANABE, Yukiyoshi, YONETA, Yasushi, MORI, Takuma, SHIMOJO, Eiichi, SHIBUYA, Katsuhiko, ICHIHARA, Teruyuki, ATAKA, Masashi, GÖRGENS, Ulrich 33: JP 31: : 2008/08/08 54: ACYLAMINOBENZAMIDE DERIVATIVES The present invention relates to novel Acylaminobenzamide derivatives represented by the following formula (I) and use thereof as pesticides: wherein V represents an aromatic ring group of V1 to V5 described in the detailed description, Q represents an aromatic ring group of Q1 to Q7 described in the detailed description, G1 and G2 represent hydrogen, alkyl, haloalkyl, alkylcarbonyl, haloalkylcarbonyl, alkoxycarbonyl or haloalkoxycarbonyl. 21: 2011/ : 2011/02/07 43: 2012/02/09 51: A61K 71: RECKITT BENCKISER HEALTHCARE (UK) LIMITED 72: CAMPBELL, Alistair 33: GB 31: : 2009/01/09 33: GB 31: : 2008/08/22 54: IMPROVEMENTS IN OR RELATING TO COMPOSITIONS An ingestible particulate composition comprises: a) at least one compound selected from the group consisting of 2, 4-dichlorobenzyl alcohol, amylmetacresol, cetylpyridinium chloride, hexitidine, hexylresorcinol, flurbiprofen, lidocaine, benzocaine, ibuprofen, paracetamol, pectin, menthol, and benzydamine; and b) one or more bioadhesive materials. Resulting particulate compositions have excellent flow characteristics, dust suppression, organoleptic properties and stability. They are highly suitable for administration direction into a patient's mouth, and ingested to alleviate the symptoms of a sore throat. 21: 2011/ : 2009/08/14 43: 2012/02/07 51: A61K 71: N30 PHARMACEUTICALS, LLC 72: WASLEY, JAN, ROSENTHAL, GARY J, SUN, XICHENG, STRONG, SARAH, QIU, JIAN 33: US 31: 61/089,313 32: 2008/08/15 33: US 31: 61/116,982 32: 2008/11/21 54: NOVEL PYRROLE INHIBITORS OF S- NITROSOGLUTATHIONE REDUCTASE AS THERAPEUTIC AGENTS The present invention is directed to inhibitors of S- nitrosoglutathione reductase (GSNOR), pharmaceutical compositions comprising such GSNOR inhibitors, and methods of making and using the same. 21: 2011/ : 2009/07/22 43: 2012/02/08 51: F16H 71: SEW-EURODRIVE GMBH & CO. KG 72: SCHWAN, TOBIAS, MEGERLE, JÜRGEN, HÜTTINGER, ALEXANDER 33: DE 31: : 2008/07/23 54: TRANSMISSION The invention relates to a transmission having a shaft protruding from the transmission interior into the environment, wherein the shaft is sealed by at least one contact-free seal, wherein the opening of the contact-free seal directed toward the transmission interior, e.g. toward the spatial region of the transmission comprising the lubricant, is Page 118

119 disposed above the lubricant level present when the transmission is non-operational, wherein a sheet metal piece is disposed between the opening and the gearing part which is closely adjacent to said opening and which creates lubricant waves and/or lubricant foam from the lubricant bath. be adjusted according to desired coolant flow rate and weight considerations. Convection cooling structures may be combined with latent heat storage bodies comprising similar open cell metal foam structures containing wax, operating in tandem with the present convection cooling structures in a heat management solution. 21: 2011/ : 2009/08/10 43: 2012/02/13 51: F28F; F28D; H05K 71: BAE SYSTEMS PLC 72: CHANDLER, NICHOLAS, TODD, MURRAY JAMES, EATLY, DAVID 33: GB 31: : 2008/08/13 33: EP 31: : 2008/08/13 54: EQUIPMENT COOLING Convection cooling channels are provided by means of an at least partially enclosed open cell metalfoam structure for removing heat from equipment. In particular, an electronic equipment box (100) is provided having walls (120, 125, 130, 135) comprising sections of open cell aluminium foam, clad with aluminium, through which air or other types of coolant may pass to remove heat from heatgenerating components mounted thereon. Other types of equipment, such as electric motors,may be surrounded by customised sections of open cell metal foam, appropriately clad,through which a coolant may be channelled. The foam cell size may 21: 2011/ : 2009/07/23 43: 2012/02/21 51: B01D; B01J; C02F 71: UNILEVER PLC 72: CHATTERJEE, JAIDEEP, GUPTA, SANTOSH K 33: IN 31: 1772/MUM/ : 2008/08/22 54: A PROCESS FOR PREPARING A PARTICULATE FILTER The present invention relates to a hemispherical or torispherical particulate filter block for filtering particulate contaminants including microorganisms like cysts, bacteria and viruses while at the same time providing for relatively high flow rates over long period of time. The invention is especially useful for incorporation in a water filter for filtration of water under gravity which removes the above contaminants in addition to chemical contaminants. Of the methods known in the art, filtration is the most widely used, as it is relatively inexpensive and does not require continuous supply of electricity. However, filters have the problem in that either that are not able to remove all the impurities in water or choke rather fast and need to be replaced. The present invention is aimed at solving this problem. Accordingly, the present invention provides a hemispherical or torispherical particulate filter block comprising a first layer of particles of 30 to 60 mesh size and a second layer of particles of 60 to 200 mesh size integrally bonded together with a binder. Page 119

120 21: 2011/ : 09/02/ : 02/02/ : B65G, E21D, E21F 71: BESTER RIAAN and VAN DER MERWE FRANCOIS 72: BESTER RIAAN 33: ZA 31: 2009/ : 2009/12/03 54: CHUTE 57: A chute for controlling material flow through an ore pass which includes a tubular body, into which the material flows, with an outlet which is opened by movement of a tubular closure. 21: 2011/ : 2011/02/08 43: 2012/02/09 51: B60C 71: Titan International, Inc. 72: TAYLOR, Maurice 33: US 31: 61/086,014 32: 2008/08/04 54: NYLON AND STEEL BELTED OFF-THE-ROAD (OTR) RADIAL TIRE A radial tire is provided for use with off-the-road (OTR) vehicles The tire includes steel belts with organic belts or an organic carcass The radial tire comprising at least one pair of axially spaced bead portion, a tread disposed over the bead portion, sidewalls disposed between the tread and the bead portions, a carcass, and a belt package disposed over the carcass, wherein the belt package further comprises at least one steel belt 21: 2011/ : 09/02/ : 12/03/ : C22B 71: LEONID MIKHAILOVICH CHEREMISINOV, ARTEM MIKHAILOVICH KURAEV, ALEXANDER IVANOVICH DEMIDOV 72: LEONID MIKHAILOVICH CHEREMISINOV, ARTEM MIKHAILOVICH KURAEV, ALEXANDER IVANOVICH DEMIDOV 33: RU 31: : 2010/04/27 54: METHOD OF HYDROMETALLURGICAL PROCESSING OF MINERAL RAW MATERIALS 57: The invention relates to metallurgy, namely to methods of hydrometallurgical processing of mineral raw materials that contain metals or metal compounds, as well as silicon and/or germanium or compounds thereof, in particular to methods of hydrometallurgical processing of waste products of ore mining and processing production and Page 120

121 metallurgic production. The invention comprises a method of hydrometallurgical processing of mineral raw materials by leaching previously milled raw materials by means of aqueous solution of hydrochloric acid, separation of solid-phase and liquid-phase products with subsequent extraction of the target components. The leaching of milled raw materials is done by means of a hydrochloric acid solution with concentration from 6 to 30 mass % with the ratio between solid and liquid phases equalling 1:(1-5), then the ratio between solid and liquid phases is brought to 1:(8-20) by adding water and finally the obtained liquid-phase and solid-phase products are separated. 21: 2011/ : 2009/08/17 43: 2012/02/09 51: C07K; A61P; C12N 71: PFIZER INC., AMGEN FREMONT INC. 72: GLADUE, RONALD P, GREEN, LARRY L, BELOUSKI, SHELLEY SIMS, RAJPAL, ARVIND, KELLER, BRADLEY T, OGAWA, SHINJI, TYLASKA, LAURIE A, LIANG, MEINA 33: US 31: 61/189,357 32: 2008/08/18 54: ANTIBODIES TO CCR2 Provided are antibodies including human antibodies and antigen-binding portions thereof that specifically bind to CCR2, specifically human CCR2, and that may function to inhibit CCR2. Anti-CCR2 antibodies include those which bind to the first and/or second extracellular loops of CCR2. Also provided are human anti-ccr2 antibodies and antigen-binding portions thereof. Isolated heavy and light chain immunoglobulins derived from human anti-ccr2 antibodies and nucleic acid molecules encoding such immunoglobulins are provided. Methods of making human anti-ccr2 antibodies or antigenbinding portions, compositions comprising these antibodies or antigen-binding portions, methods of using the antibodies and antigen-binding portions, and compositions for diagnosis and treatment are provided. Also provided are gene therapy methods using nucleic acid molecules encoding the heavy and/or light immunoglobulin molecules that comprise the human anti-ccr2 antibodies or antigen-binding portions thereof. 21: 2011/ : 2009/08/11 43: 2012/02/09 51: E21C 71: TECHNOLOGICAL RESOURCES PTY. LIMITED 72: AMOS, COLLETTE, GRIEBEL, ERNST GEORG 33: AU 31: : 2008/08/11 54: MINING SYSTEM A method of mining ore in a mine pit (3) and a mine are disclosed. The method comprises mining ore from a floor (5) of a mine pit and/or collecting ore on the floor using at least one mobile excavation machine (11) and transporting ore within the mine pit on at least one mobile flexible conveyor (13). The method also comprises transporting ore that has been transported along the flexible conveyor from within the pit to outside the pit on at least one ladder conveyor (23) that extends up the wall of the pit. 21: 2011/ : 2011/02/10 43: 2012/02/02 51: C11D Page 121

122 71: RECKITT & COLMAN (OVERSEAS) LIMITED 72: MCKECHNIE, Malcolm, Tom 33: GB 31: : 2008/07/29 54: CLEANING COMPOSITION AND METHOD A cleaning composition comprises a water-in-oil emulsion. The aqueous phase comprises a source of active oxygen. The oil phase comprises a bleach activator in particulate form. 21: 2011/ : 2009/07/17 43: 2012/02/10 51: A61M 71: MEDIGARD LIMITED 72: CALI, ROSS J, RODD, AARON 33: AU 31: : 2008/07/17 54: A RETRACTABLE SYRINGE A syringe including a barrel for containing a fluid, a needle associated with the barrel and in fluid communication therewith, a first plunger adapted to be contained at least partially within the barrel and movable relative thereto, a second plunger located at least partially externally to the barrel and movable relative thereto wherein the first plunger is releasably engaged with the second plunger, and wherein depression of the second plunger moves the first plunger to expel fluid contained within the barrel, and further depression of the second plunger frees the first plunger for movement relative to the second plunger from a use condition to a storage condition in which the needle is wholly contained within the barrel. 33: EP 31: : 2008/09/17 54: NICOTINE-CONTAINING GRANULATE A dust-reduced nicotine-containing granulate comprising a homogenous mixture of nicotine or a pharmaceutically acceptable nicotine derivative and an excipient, the granulate having a particle size of at least 150 µm. Method for the preparation of a dust-reduced nicotine-containing granulate, and use of the nicotine-containing granulate for the preparation of pharmaceutical products. 21: 2011/ : 2011/02/15 43: 2012/02/15 51: A01N, A01P 71: Rhodia Operations 72: CHUAH, Poay huang, GUGLIERI, Massimo 33: US 31: 61/093,125 32: 2008/08/29 54: HERBICIDAL COMPOSITION COMPRISING AN AMINOPHOSPHATE OR AMINOPHOSPHONATE SALT AND AN N-ALKYL- PYRROLIDONE SOLVENT The present invention relates to herbicidal compositions comprising an aminophosphate or aminophosphonate salt, for example to herbicidal compositions comprising an aminophosphate or aminophosphonate potassium salt. Preferred compositions of the invention have a high amount and the aminophosphate or aminophosphonate salt. The invention also relates to compositions of matter (or blend) that are especially useful ingredients for preparing the compositions comprising the aminophosphate or aminophosphonate salt. In particular, these ingredients are a surfactant such as an amine oxide surfactant, and an organic solvent comprising an N-alkylpyrrolidone wherein the alkyl group comprises at least 2 carbon atoms. 21: 2011/ : 2009/09/16 43: 2012/02/13 51: A61K 71: SIEGFRIED LTD 72: ROEHRICH, TILLMANN 21: 2011/ : 2011/02/15 43: 2012/02/02 51: B65D 71: MCG INDUSTRIES (PTY) LIMITED 72: NAIDOO, Neelin, BODE, Kenneth, Trevor, STONE, Mark, Eric 33: ZA 31: 2008/ : 2008/08/17 54: CLOSURE ARRANGEMENT This invention relates to a closure arrangement 10 for closing and sealing the opening of a bottle 12 with a threaded neck finish. The closure arrangement 10 comprises an inner metal cap 14 Page 122

123 having threading 20 for engaging complementary threading of bottle 12 and an outer metal cap 28 secured to the inner cap 14. The outer surface of the outer cap 28 is substantially uniformly smooth to conceal the inner threaded profile of the inner cap : 2011/ : 2009/08/05 43: 2012/02/15 51: G07D; B65H 71: CIMA S.P.A. DI RAZZABONI & C. 72: RAZZABONI, VITTORIO, RAZZABONI, NICOLETTA 33: IT 31: MI2008A : 2008/08/08 54: BANKNOTE STORAGE UNIT A banknote store comprises a banknote storage roller (17), two banknote conveyor belts (26, 27) and two collection sprockets (18, 19) of said belts, each belt (26, 27) being wound on one side to the storage roller (17) and on the other to one of the collection sprockets (18, 19), the two belts being arranged to come into contact with the banknotes respectively on opposite faces, handling means being present to move the roller, the sprockets and the belts so as to alternatively realize the storage of the banknotes on the roller or their release from the store. Said collection sprockets (18, 19) are mounted on a same shaft (20). 21: 2011/ : 2009/07/14 43: 2012/02/17 51: A61K; A61M; A61P 71: NEO-INHALATION PRODUCTS LIMITED 72: DAVIES, JOHN HYWEL 33: GB 31: : 2008/07/14 54: METERED DOSE INHALER The present invention relates to metered dose inhalers for the administration of active medicaments/propellants and excipients from pressurised aerosol cans. The invention provides a pmdi inhaler (20) comprising a pmdi canister (22), a vortex device, an integral horn (58) and a breathactivated mechanism (26, 28,34,66,78), wherein the canister (22) contains a formulation comprising a combination of two or more active ingredients. Page 123

124 21: 2011/ : 16/02/ : 22/02/ : C01B, F01K, F02C 71: MITSUBISHI HEAVY INDUSTRIES LTD 72: YAMAMOTO TAKASHI, OTA KATSUHIRO, KOYAMA YOSHINORI, ISHII HIROMI, TSUTSUMI TAKANORI, FUJII TAKASHI 33: JP 31: : 2008/12/12 54: HYDROGEN PRODUCTION SYSTEM AND POWER GENERATION SYSTEM 57: The amount of high-temperature steam to be supplied from outside equipment is reduced. A hydrogen production system (1) is provided which is equipped with: a reactor (3) in which a humidified process fluid sent from a humidifier (2) is reacted in the presence of a catalyst to convert the carbon monoxide contained in the process fluid into carbon dioxide; a second passage (B) through which the high-temperature process fluid that has been reacted in the reactor (3) flows; a circulation passage (C) through which excess water in the humidifier (2) is circulated; and a first heat exchanger (7) which is disposed in a position where the circulation passage (C) and the second passage (B) cross and in which heat exchange is conducted between the high-temperature process fluid that has been reacted in the reactor (3) and the fluid circulating through the circulation passage (C). 21: 2011/ : 2011/02/16 43: 2012/02/17 51: A01N, A01P 71: Bayer CropScience AG 72: WIRTH, Wolfgang, THIELERT, Wolfgang, HUNGENBERG, Heike, TRIJAU, Jean-Pierre 33: EP 31: : 2008/08/27 54: METHOD OF CONTROLLING SOIL INSECTS The present invention relates to an insecticidal granular composition, comprising (a) at least one insecticide, selected from the group consisting of an enaminocarbonyl compound, a neonicotinoid, a tetronic acid derivative or a tetramic acid derivative compound, a carbamate compound, an organophosphate compound, a diamide compound, a pyrethroid compound and flonicamid; (b) optionally at least one moisture-retaining agent; and (c) vegetable meal. 21: 2011/ : 2008/08/26 43: 2012/02/17 51: F03B 71: SEABASED AB 72: STÅLBERG, MAGNUS, SAVIN, ANDREJ, LEIJON, MATS 54: A WAVE-POWER UNIT The invention relates to a wave-power unit with a floating body (1) connected by flexible connection means (3) to a translator (6) reciprocating in a linear generator (2), The floating body (1) is arranged for floating on the sea and the stator (8) of the generator for anchoring on the sea bed, According to the invention the connection means is guided by a guiding device (9) through lower and upper openings, The part of the connection means (3) that momentary is within the guiding device (9) is thereby guided to be aligned with the translator movements adjacent the lower opening and to be allowed to be inclined adjacent the upper opening. The invention aiso relates to a use of the invented wave-power piant and to a method for producing electric energy. Page 124

125 The invention relates to a wave-power unit for the production of electric power. It comprises a floating body arranged for floating on the sea and an electric linear generator with a stator (5) and a reciprocating translator (6). The stator (5) is arranged to be anchored in the bed of a sea and the translator (6) is connected to the floating body by connection means, The translator (6) is journalled in a plurality of roiling elements (15) such that a circumferential gap (14) is formed between the stator and the translator. According to the invention each rolling element (15) has an elasticity that is low enough to meet the condition that a change in the width (d) of the gap results in a change in the total force from the roiling elements (15) that is larger than the total magnet forces on the translator resulting from the change in width (d). The invention also relates to a use of the invented wave-power unit. 21: 2011/ : 2011/02/17 43: 2012/02/17 51: C08K, C08L 71: Bayer Materialscience AG 72: KRAUSE, Jens, BREUER, Bernd, HEINEMANN, Maren, JUMEL, Ralf 33: DE 31: : 2008/08/20 54: ANTISTATIC OR ELECTRICALLY CONDUCTIVE POLYURETHANES, AND METHOD FOR THE PRODUCTION THEREOF The invention relates to antistatic or electrically conductive duroplastic polyurethanes containing conductive carbon nanotubes, a method for the production thereof, and the use thereof for producing coatings, rolls, rollers, and wheels, for example. 21: 2011/ : 2008/08/28 43: 2012/02/21 51: F03B; H02K 71: SEABASED AB 72: LEIJON, MATS, GUSTAFSSON, STEFAN 54: A WAVE-POWER UNIT, AND A USE OF A SUCH 21: 2011/ : 2008/08/26 43: 2012/02/21 51: F03B; F16J 71: SEABASED AB 72: STRÖMSTEDT, ERLAND, GUSTAFSSON, STEFAN 54: A WAVE-POWER UNIT The invention relates to a wave-power unit for the production of electric power. It comprises a floating body (1) arranged for floating on the sea and an electric linear generator (2) having a stator (5) and a translator (8) reciprocating along a center axis. The stator (5) is arranged to be anchored in the bed of the sea and the translator (8) is connected to the floating body (1) by connection means (3, 7). According to the invention the generator (2) is epctosed in a water-tight encapsulation (4) having an upper end wall with an opening through which the connection means (7) extends. The opening has a Page 125

126 seal (12) that seals against the connection means (7). The seal (12) is flexibly mounted. The invention also relates to the use of the wave-power unit and to a method for producing electric power. like. The IED may detect an arc flash event if one or more of the stimulus types are indicative of an arc flash event. Responsive to detecting an arc flash event, the IED, or other protective element, may take one or more protective actions, such as issuing trip commands, or the like. 21: 2011/ : 2009/09/18 43: 2012/02/21 51: H02H 71: SCHWEITZER ENGINEERING LABORATORIES, INC. 72: SCHWEITZER III, EDMUND O 33: US 31: 61/098,629 32: 2008/09/19 54: SECURE ARC FLASH DETECTION An intelligent electronic device (IED) may be configured to detect arc flash events within a power system using stimulus measurements acquired by detection devices communicatively coupled to the power system. An arc flash event may be detected using a time-intensity comparison metric, such as an inverse time-over- stimulus metric, a cumulative stimulus metric, or the like. The stimulus may include electro-optical (EO) radiation produced in the vicinity of the power system, current measurements, or the 21: 2011/ : 2009/09/18 43: 2012/02/21 51: H02H 71: SCHWEITZER ENGINEERING LABORATORIES, INC. 72: SCHWEITZER III, EDMUND O 33: US 31: 61/098,636 32: 2008/09/19 54: PROTECTIVE DEVICE WITH METERING AND OSCILLOGRAPHY A device, such as an intelligent electronic device (IED), provides a monitoring and protective function for a power system. The protective function uses stimulus acquired from the power system to detect power system conditions and to take one or more protective actions responsive thereto. The device may detect arc flash events in the power system based upon electro-optical and/or current stimulus measurements obtained therefrom. The stimulus measurements may be recorded to use in metering, validation, identifying detector misoperation, and/or event oscillography. Page 126

127 21: 2011/ : 2009/09/18 43: 2012/02/21 51: H02H; G01J 71: SCHWEITZER ENGINEERING LABORATORIES, INC. 72: KESLER, JAMES R, TROUT, DOUGLAS M, SCHEER, GARY W 33: US 31: 61/098,637 32: 2008/09/19 54: ELECTRO-OPTICAL RADIATION COLLECTOR FOR ARC FLASH DETECTION An electro-optical (EO) radiation collector for collecting and/or transmitting EO radiation (which may include EO radiation in the visible wavelengths) for transmission to an EO sensor EO radiation collector may be used with an arc flash detection device or other protective system, such as an intelligent electronic device. The arc flash detection device may detect an arc flash event based upon EO radiation collected by and/or transmitted from the EO radiation collector EO radiation collector may receive an EO conductor cable an end of which may be configured to receive EO radiation. A portion of the EO radiation received by EO radiation collector may be transmitted into the EO conductor cable and transmitted to the arc flash detection device. The EO radiation collector may be adapted to receive a second EO conductor cable, which may be used to provide redundant EO transmission and/or self-test capabilities. 21: 2011/ : 2009/09/18 43: 2012/02/21 51: H02H 71: SCHWEITZER ENGINEERING LABORATORIES, INC. 72: SCHEER, GARY W, ZELLER, MARK L, D'AVERSA, ANGELO 33: US 31: 61/098,627 32: 2008/09/19 54: VALIDATION OF ARC FLASH DETECTION SYSTEMS An arc flash validation unit may generate stimulus to be received by an arc flash detection unit (AFDU) and observe the response of the AFDU thereto. The response of the AFDU to the stimulus may allow for validation of the AFDU (e.g., validation that the AFDU is operating as expected). In addition, the arc flash validation unit may determine the response time of the AFDU. Different types of stimulus may be provided to the AFDU, including electro-optical (EO) stimulus (e.g., visible light), current stimulus, and the like. Results of the validation may be displayed on a human-machine interface, which may display an estimate of the total energy that would be released in an actual arc flash event. The estimate may be Page 127

128 used to define appropriate safety parameters for the equipment monitored by the AFDU. 21: 2011/ : 2009/09/15 43: 2012/02/21 51: C25C; B08B 71: EPCM SERVICES LTD. 72: IVERSON, GORDON STEVEN, JICKLING, ROBERT STANLEY 33: US 31: 61/097,067 32: 2008/09/15 54: ELECTRODE WASHING METHOD AND SYSTEM Electrodes are conveyed edgewise along a path. The electrodes can be supported by their bottom peripheral edge and can be maintained generally vertically. A plurality of wash nozzles are positioned adjacent to the path on opposing sides thereof. Wash spray from the nozzles is directed to impinge sides of the electrode. The nozzles can be arranged linearly to form a nozzle array angled so that the wash spray impinges an upper portion prior to a bottom portion of the electrode. Separate sections for rinsing or pre-washing can be provided within a washing chamber. Used water can be collected and recycled. 21: 2011/ : 2009/08/27 43: 2012/02/21 51: C06B 71: BAE SYSTEMS PLC 72: HOLLANDS, RONALD EDWARD, MURRAY, IAN EWART PATERSON 33: GB 31: : 2008/08/29 54: CAST EXPLOSIVE COMPOSITION The invention relates to a cast explosive composition comprising a polymer-bonded explosive and a defoaming agent, and to a process for reducing the number and/or total volume of voids in a cast explosive composition comprising the steps of: combining a polymer-bonded explosive and a defoaming agent; and casting the explosive composition. The defoaming agent may be used for reducing the number and/or total volume of voids in a cast explosive composition and the cast explosive composition may be used in an explosive product. 21: 2011/ : 2009/08/18 43: 2012/02/21 51: C22B; B09B; B29B; C08J; C10G 71: P-FUEL LTD 72: SCHEIRS, JOHN 33: AU 31: : 2008/08/20 54: DISPOSAL OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT The present invention relates to a method for disposing electrical and electronic equipment comprising plastic and metal components, the method comprising: melt processing the equipment and/or comminuted parts thereof to form a melt processed product; transferring the melt processed Page 128

129 product into a vessel and heating the product using far infrared radiation such that it liberates volatile hydrocarbons and leaves behind non-volatile residue comprising metal; and collecting one or both of the volatile hydrocarbons and the non-volatile residue for subsequent use. 21: 2011/ : 2011/02/21 43: 2012/02/22 51: A47B, B64D 71: SINGAPORE AIRLINES LIMITED 72: CHUA, Tien, Shyang, Timothy, LEONG, Shin, Yue 54: A PORTABLE TABLE A portable table for reclining seats, non-reclining seats or even permanent bed structures of an aircraft is disclosed. The portable table includes a table-top and a stand assembly, wherein the tabletop is pivotally connected to the stand assembly such that the table-top can move from an erect orientation in which the table-top is supported laterally to the stand assembly and a collapsed orientation in which the table-top is substantially parallel to the stand assembly. The stand assembly also includes a releasable connector in the form of a clamping device for releasably mounting the portable table to a railing or other suitable support structure on the side of a seat or a bed of an aircraft. 21: 2011/ : 2011/02/21 43: 2012/02/21 51: A61K, A61P, C07D 71: PFIZER INC. 72: BENBOW, John, William, LOU, Jihong, PFEFFERKORN, Jeffrey, Allen, TU, Meihua, Mike 33: US 31: 61/096,056 32: 2008/09/11 33: US 31: 61/232,578 32: 2009/08/10 54: HETEROARYLS AMIDE DERIVATIVES AND THEIR USE AS GLUCOKINASE ACTIVATORS The present invention provides Formula (1A) compounds that act as glucokinase activators; pharmaceutical compositions thereof; and methods of treating diseases, disorders, or conditions mediated by glucokinase. X, Y, Z, R1, R2, R3, and R4 are as described herein. 21: 2011/ : 2009/08/24 43: 2012/02/21 51: A61K; A61L; B01L 71: REAPPLIX APS 72: LUNDQUIST, RASMUS, HOLM, NIELS ERIK 33: DK 31: PCT/DK2008/ : 2008/08/22 54: MULTILAYERED BLOOD PRODUCT A blood product (10), a method for preparing the blood product, a blood product obtainable by the method and a blood product preparing container means. The blood product comprises components from whole blood, especially fibrin, thrombocytes and leukocytes. The blood product (10) comprises a first layer (21), a second layer (22) and a third layer Page 129

130 (23). The second layer (22) is adjacent to the first layer (21) and the third layer (23). The first layer (21) defines a first outer surface (24) of the blood product (10) and the third layer (23) defining a second outer surface (25) of the blood product (10). The first layer (21) comprises a majority of fibrin, the second layer (22) comprises a majority of thrombocytes and the third layer (23) comprises a majority of leukocytes. 21: 2011/ : 2009/09/16 43: 2012/02/22 51: A61K 71: ALCON RESEARCH, LTD. 72: CASTILLO, ERNESTO J, CHOWHAN, MASOOD A, ASGHARIAN, BAHRAM 33: US 31: 61/098,280 32: 2008/09/19 54: STABILIZED PHARMACEUTICAL SUB- MICRON SUSPENSIONS AND METHODS OF FORMING SAME The present invention is directed to a pharmaceutical submicron suspension and a method of forming the submicron suspension. The submicron suspension is useful for delivery of relatively hydrophobic and/or low solubility therapeutic agent. The submicron suspension and method of forming the submicron suspension typically employ a polymeric material that aids in preventing aggregation of the therapeutic agent. 21: 2011/ : 2009/01/21 43: 2012/02/22 51: E21B; E21D 71: LONGYEAR TM, INC. 72: MURRAY, WILLIAM JAMES 33: US 31: 61/094,579 32: 2008/09/05 54: EXTERNAL WATER DELIVERY SYSTEM FOR ROCK DRILLS An external water delivery system includes a water box front head, a collet configured to interface with the water box front head, a polymer sleeve configured to be positioned between the water box front head and the collet, a shank, and at least one seal positioned within the sleeve. The sleeve and seals are configured to provide a water chamber when coupled to the shank. An inner of the sleeve provides a bearing surface for the shank. 21: 2011/ : 2009/08/22 43: 2012/02/24 51: A61K; A61P 71: WOCKHARDT RESEARCH CENTRE 72: TALWAR, MUNISH, KAPOOR, RITESH, MATE, SANJAY, JAIN, GIRISH KUMAR, MASHALKAR, MANOJ, KODGULE, MANDAR 33: IN 31: 1777/MUM/ : 2008/08/22 33: IN 31: 1778/MUM/ : 2008/08/22 54: AN EXTENDED RELEASE PHARMACEUTICAL COMPOSITION OF ENTACAPONE OR SALTS THEREOF There is provided an extended release pharmaceutical composition comprising from about 200mg to about 1000mg of entacapone or salts thereof, optionally with other pharmaceutically acceptable excipients. The invention also provides an extended release pharmaceutical composition comprising triple combination of from about 30mg to about 300mg of levodopa, 10mg to about 100mg of carbidopa and 200mg to about 1000mg of entacapone or salts thereof, optionally with other pharmaceutically acceptable excipients. The invention also relates to process of preparation of such compositions. 21: 2011/ : 2009/07/29 43: 2012/02/27 51: A61M 71: CAREFUSION 207, INC. 72: STENZLER, ALEX, HAN, STEVE, YOUNG, DAVID MATTHEW 33: US 31: 61/084,424 32: 2008/07/29 54: CLOSED SUCTION CATHETER ADAPTER WITH FLUSH ARRANGEMENT A respiratory apparatus (20) including an adapter and a catheter assembly (24). The adapter assembly (22) includes ventilator (32), respiratory (34), access, (36) and flush ports (38). The access port (36) includes a conduit (42) defining a passageway (44). The flush port (38) projects from the conduit (42) and is fluidly open to the passageway (44) at an outlet. Page 130

131 (56). The catheter assembly (24) includes a fitting (74). The fitting (74) includes a hub (90) and a tube (92), with the tube (92) defining an exterior (106) and interior, surface forming a lumen (94), a circumferential groove (108) in the exterior surface (106), and a plurality of apertures (110) fluidly open to the lumen (94) and the circumferential groove (108). The tube is sized (92) to be slidably received within the passageway (44) such that a fluid pathway is formed between the flush port (38) and a distal end (82) of the catheter (70) via the flush port outlet (56), the circumferential groove (108), the plurality of apertures (110), and the lumen (94). 33: US 31: 12/202,739 32: 2008/09/02 54: METALLIZED RETROREFLECTIVE SHEETING WITH INCREASED DAYTIME BRIGHTNESS A retroreflective sheeting (10) comprising a cube layer (20) having a front light-receiving surface (30) and a rear retroreflecting surface (32), and a metallic layer (22) covering the rear retroreflecting surface (32). The rear surface (32) comprises an array of retroreflective elements (34) and diffusing patches (36) within such array (without retroreflective elements (34)). The metallic layer (22) covers the retroreflective elements (34) and the diffusing patches (36), whereby diffusing patches (36) scatter incoming light increasing daytime brightness to a desired level. 21: 2011/ : 2009/08/18 43: 2012/02/27 51: G02B 71: AVERY DENNISON CORPORATION 72: HUANG, KEJIAN (KEVIN), CHAPMAN, STEVEN R, WU, FENG 21: 2011/ : 2009/07/29 43: 2012/02/27 51: A61M 71: CAREFUSION 207, INC. 72: STENZLER, ALEX, HAN, STEVE 33: US 31: 61/084,424 32: 2008/07/29 54: VALVE ASSEMBLY FOR RESPIRATORY SYSTEMS An adapter assembly (22) including a manifold (30) and a valve assembly. The valve assembly includes a seat (202) and a valve body (200) having a circular base (210) and a wall (212). The wall (212) extends from a trailing side (218) of the base (210) to form a dome-like shape terminating at an end at which a slit (230) is formed, with the wall (212) defining opposing sealing edges (240) at the slit (230). The seat (202). has an upper circumferential surface (250) and a lower, circumferential surface (252). The upper surface (250) engages a leading side (216) of the- base, (210) whereas the lower surface (252) engages a trailing side (218). At least one of the upper (250) and lower surfaces (252) forms a segment of increased height (266,286). Upon final assembly, the valve body (200) is disposed across a passageway (44) of the manifold (30), with the slit (230) providing a selectively openable path. A force Page 131

132 imparted by the segment of increased height (266,286) flexes the base (21O) and biases the sealing edges (240) into engagement. 21: 2011/ : 2009/09/03 43: 2012/02/27 51: C08F; C08L 71: AMYRIS, INC. 72: MCPHEE, DEREK JAMES 33: US 31: 61/094,059 32: 2008/09/04 33: US 31: 61/220,587 32: 2009/06/26 33: US 31: 61/220,588 32: 2009/06/26 54: FARNESENE INTERPOLYMERS Farnesene interpolymer comprises units derived from a farnesene (e.g., α-farnesene or β- farnesene) and units derived from at least one vinyl monomer. The farnesene interpolymer can be prepared by copolymerizing the farnesene and at least one vinyl monomer in the presence of a catalyst. In some embodiments, the farnesene is prepared from a sugar by using a microorganism. In other embodiments, the at least one vinyl monomer is ethylene, an α-olefin, or a substituted or unsubstituted vinyl halide, vinyl ether, acrylonitrile, acrylic ester, methacrylic ester, acrylamide or methacrylamide, or a combination thereof. 21: 2011/ : 2009/09/03 43: 2012/02/27 51: C08F; C08L; C09J 71: AMYRIS, INC. 72: MCPHEE, DEREK JAMES, GRAHAM, MATTHEW J 33: US 31: 61/094,059 32: 2008/09/04 33: US 31: 61/220,591 32: 2009/06/26 54: ADHESIVE COMPOSITIONS COMPRISING A POLYFARNESENE Adhesive composition comprises a polyfarnesene and a tackifier. The polyfarnesene can be a farnesene homopolymer derived from a farnesene (e.g., α-farnesene or β-farnesene) or a farnesene interpolymer derived from a farnesene and at least a vinyl monomer. In some embodiments, the at least one vinyl monomer is ethylene, an α-olef?n such as styrene, or a substituted or unsubstituted vinyl halide, vinyl ether, acrylonitrile, acrylic ester, methacrylic ester, acrylamide or methacrylamide, or a combination thereof. The composition disclosed herein can be used as a hot melt adhesive, a pressure sensitive adhesive or the like. Page 132

133 21: 2011/ : 2011/03/04 43: 2012/02/09 51: B60R, F16M, G02B 71: DE WAAL, PIETER EKSTEEN 72: DE WAAL, PIETER EKSTEEN 33: ZA 31: 2010/ : 2010/03/04 54: A MOUNT FOR AN IMAGING APPARATUS This invention concerns a mount for an imaging apparatus and more specifically for mounting an imaging apparatus in a window of a vehicle. The mount includes an extendible beam which may be extended to span across a window opening in the vehicle door. The beam is in use carried by a window pane of the vehicle. There is a receiving formation located on the beam for receiving a portion of the window pane when it is carried by the window pane. The mount also includes a support arm which in use engages a slot in the frame of the vehicle door in order to provide stability. The mount has a sliding mechanism which is attached to the beam and adapted to engage an imaging apparatus. The sliding mechanism is movable along the length of the beam so that the position of the imaging apparatus mounted thereon may be changed by sliding the mechanism along the beam. 21: 2011/ : 2011/02/07 43: 2012/02/22 51: C23F, F22B 71: BABCOCK & WILCOX POWER GENERATION GROUP, INC. 72: MCDONALD, Dennis, K., KUNG, Steven, C. 33: US 31: 12/ : 2010/03/17 54: HYBRID WATER TREATMENT FOR HIGH TEMPERATURE STEAM GENERATORS A steam generation system comprises : an oxygenated water treatment (WTO) sub-system configured to generate water having oxidizing chemistry: a steam generation sub-oxygen configured to convert the water having oxidizing chemistry into steam having oxidizing chemistry; an attemperator or other injection device or devices configured to add an oxygen scavenger to the system to the steam having oxidizing chemistry to generate steam having less oxidizing or reducing chemistry; and a condenser configured to condense the steam having less oxidizing or reducing chemistry into condensed water. 21: 2011/ : 2011/03/15 43: 2012/02/07 51: G11B, H04N 71: Panasonic Corporation 72: IKEDA, Wataru, SASAKI, Taiji, OGAWA, Tomoki, YAHATA, Hiroshi 33: JP 31: : 2009/06/11 54: PLAYBACK DEVICE, INTEGRATED CIRCUIT, RECORDING MEDIUM A playback device plays a graphics stream in accordance with a stream selection table recorded in a recording medium. A procedure means determines Page 133

134 the playback type of the graphics corresponding to the current stream number in accordance with the playback capability indicated in a capability register. Of the playback types of graphics streams, there is a first playback type in which playback is performed using a plan view graphics stream, and a second playback type in which stereoscopic playback is performed using a left eye graphics stream and right eye graphics stream set. The capability register indicates whether or not a graphics decoder has the capability to execute stereoscopic playback using the left eye graphics stream and right eye graphics stream set. The use efficiency of the screen at the time of displaying a subtitle together with a stereoscopic video is improved. A video shift mode is set for each of the subtitles, and when the stereoscopic video is reproduced, a video plane is shifted upwardly or downwardly and cropped in accordance with the video shift modes of the subtitles, and black frames on the top and bottom are collected in the top or the bottom, thereby ensuring the display areas of the subtitles. 21: 2011/ : 2011/03/15 43: 2012/02/07 51: H04N 71: Panasonic Corporation 72: SASAKI, Taiji, YAHATA, Hiroshi, OGAWA, Tomoki 33: JP 31: : 2009/06/17 54: INFORMATION RECORDING MEDIUM AND PLAYBACK DEVICE PLAYING BACK 3D IMAGES 21: 2011/ : 2011/03/24 43: 2012/02/13 51: E21B 71: Atlas Copco Drilling Solutions LLC 72: TWEEDIE, Steven B., LEDBETTER, Timothy W., BENSON, James M., BOHAC, Maureen A., PEEBLES, Iain A. 33: US 31: 12/537,991 32: 2009/08/07 54: BREAK-OUT ASSEMBLY FOR A DRILLING MACHINE A break-out assembly includes a slide wrench assembly (170), and a slide wrench rotator assembly (190) which rotates the slide wrench assembly (170) in response to actuating first and second rotator assembly cylinders (195a, 195b). The first and second rotator assembly cylinders are actuated in opposed directions. The break-out assembly includes a clamp assembly (150) having opposed arm assemblies (151,152) which are rotatable about separate pivot points (202,203). Page 134

135 21: 2011/ : 2011/03/25 43: 2012/02/07 51: H01M 71: IDATECH, LLC 72: CHEN, Zhen, OUYANG, Xun, RENN, Curtiss, STURKO, Ryan, Thomas 33: US 31: 61/092,038 32: 2008/08/26 33: US 31: 61/110,693 32: 2008/11/03 33: US 31: 12/546,579 32: 2009/08/24 54: FUEL CELL SYSTEMS INCLUDING HYDROGEN-PRODUCING ASSEMBLIES Hydrogen-producing assemblies, fuel cell systems including the same, methods of producing hydrogen gas, and methods of powering an energy-consuming device Hydrogen-producing assemblies may include a monolithic body that defines at least a reforming conduit, in which a feed stream is catalyzed into a reformate gas stream containing hydrogen gas, and a burner conduit, in which a fuel-air stream is combusted The monolithic body conducts heat generated by the exothermic reaction of the combustion from the burner conduit to the reformer conduit In some hydrogen-producing assemblies, the monolithic body further defines a vaporizer conduit, in which liquid portions of the feed stream are vaporized prior to being delivered to the reformer conduit, and the monolithic body conducts heat from the burner conduit to the vaporizer conduit Hydrogen-producing assemblies may be incorporated into a fuel cell system configured to power an energy-consuming device 21: 2011/ : 2011/03/29 43: 2012/02/17 51: E04H 71: STOLTZ, Herman 72: STOLTZ, Herman 54: VORTEX TURBINE CLEANER A track or wheel driven turbine type swimming poolcleaner with differential steering mechanism incorporating a vortex turbine design that allows debris to pass unhindered between inlet and outlet flow channel without direct interference from turbine blades. Page 135

136 21: 2011/ : 2011/04/01 43: 2012/02/28 51: E02B, F03B, H02P 71: TRUEBODY, Eric Rudyard Archibald, TRUEBODY, Tristan Rolland Herbert 72: TRUEBODY, Eric Rudyard Archibald, TRUEBODY, Tristan Rolland Herbert 33: ZA 31: 2009/ : 2010/02/24 54: HYDROELECTRIC POWER GENERATING ARRANGEMENT A hydroelectric power generating arrangement is provided comprising a conduit through which a liquid can flow, the conduit defining a power generating zone, an electricity conducting coil wound around the outside of the conduit, proximate the power generating zone, the coil being connectable to an electrical circuit, and at least one vane arrangement within the power generating zone. Each vane arrangement comprises at least one magnetically charged blade arranged to be rotatably driven by the liquid flowing through the conduit so that, in use, the rotating magnetically charged blade sets up a rotating magnetic field that in turn induces an electrical current in the electrical conducting coil. In an embodiment of the invention, the conduit includes a narrowed waist section that defines the power generating zone. In an embodiment of the invention, the vane arrangement is rotably fitted to a central shaft. 21: 2011/ : 2011/04/08 43: 2012/02/07 51: F24J 71: Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. 72: KAWASHIMA, Hiroshi 33: JP 31: : 2009/03/30 54: SUNLIGHT COLLECTING HEAT RECEIVER Disclosed is a sunlight collecting/heat-receiving device provided with a heat-exchange heat-receiving tube for receiving sunlight collected by means of a heliostat and transmitting the sunlight to a heat medium. The heat-exchange heat-receiving tube is made up of a forward-flow heat-receiving tube disposed on the upstream side of the sunlight entrance and a backward-flow heat-receiving tube connected to the forward-flow heat-receiving tube by means of a U-shaped tube and disposed on the downstream side of the sunlight entrance. The positions of the forward-flow heat-receiving tube and the backward-flow heat-receiving tube are shifted from each other in a lateral direction perpendicular to the direction of height when viewed from the direction in which sunlight enters. Page 136

137 21: 2011/ : 2011/04/12 43: 2012/02/07 51: E04B 71: CKM Building Material Corp. 72: LU, Shih-Ming 54: METHOD OF MAKING MICRO-HOLES ON METAL PLATE A method of making micro-holes on a metal plate includes: A. feeding a metal plate on a workbench (1) forward to extend beyond a shearing edge (11); B. locating a punching head (3) at a first position (Y1), and keeping a working space (S) between said punching head (3) and the workbench (1); C. the punching head (3) exerts a shearing force towards the workbench (1); D. the metal plate is bent by the shearing force, and a plurality of spot-shaped cavities (4) arranged in rows are formed on a second surface (22); E. the first surface (21) of the metal plate bears the shearing force and a linear groove (5) is formed on said first surface (21); F. the shearing force deforms the metal plate, causing the spot-shaped cavities (4) arranged in rows to communicate with the linear groove (5), thus forming micro-holes (6); G. the punching head (3) returns to the first position, and moves a working distance (T) to a second position (Y2); H. the metal plate is fed forward again; I. the punching head (3) repeats steps C, D, E, F at the second position (Y2); J. the punching head (3) returns to the second position, then moves to the first position (Y1), thus completing a processing cycle. The method can produce a maximum of micro-holes on a certain area of a metal plate, which can be used as a sound gobo with an enhanced sound-absorption rate. 21: 2011/ : 2011/04/15 43: 2012/02/07 51: A61F 71: Hangzhou Rainbow Electronic Co., Ltd. 72: GE, Xiangdong, WANG, Senwen 33: CN 31: : 2009/05/14 54: AUTOMATIC SHADING ELECTRIC WELDING LENS An automatic shading electric welding lens comprises a view window (1) and a side frame (2). The view window (1) is composed of an optical filter and a liquid crystal sheet sequentially overlapped. The automatic shading electric welding lens is provided with an illuminating device. The illuminating device includes a lighting body (3), a switch (4) and a power supply (5) electrically connected to each other to form a loop. The lighting body (3) is arranged on a surface of the side frame (1) facing a welding object. The lighting body (3) is a light emitting diode. The switch (4) is a time-delay switch. 21: 2011/ : 2011/04/18 43: 2012/02/09 51: E02D 71: Steelroot Portugal, Lda 72: MARQUES LITO VELEZ GRILO, Vasco Maria 54: ADJUSTMENT SYSTEM FOR CONNECTIONS BETWEEN METAL STRUCTURES The present invention relates to an adjustment system for connections between metal structures which consists of two plates. It is essentially characterised in that it comprises: a plate (1) provided with four radial slits (4) where one part of the structure to be connected can be joined; a second plate provided with four circular slits (5) where another part of the structure to be connected can be joined; joining screw pins (3) which pass Page 137

138 through the radial slits in plate (1) and through the circular slits in plate (2) in order to join the two parts by means of the corresponding nuts (6) which tighten the said plates together, it being possible to adjust the position of the two plates (1 and 2) with respect to their movement on axes X, Y and Z. 21: 2011/ : 2011/04/18 43: 2012/02/07 51: A61B, A61J, B01L, G01N 71: Streck, Inc. 72: VILJOEN, Hendrik J., WHITNEY, Scott E., TERMAAT, Joel R., FREIFIELD, Alison 33: US 31: 61/216,225 32: 2009/05/14 54: SPECIMEN CONTAINER, SYSTEM, AND METHOD A device for the collection and handling of biological or chemical specimens and a method for collecting and preparing the biological specimen from a patient selected from a population are disclosed. In particular, the device is particularly useful to collect a biological fluid specimen, such as sputum, to be used in downstream diagnostics tests. The device and method are particularly useful in reducing the handling and exposure of health-care workers to the sample by the use of a bag in which hermetic seals are utilized to separate sample aliquots while providing improved processing, testing and disposal thereof. 21: 2011/ : 2011/04/19 43: 2012/02/08 51: F02C, F03G 71: Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. 72: AOYAMA, Kuniaki, INOUE, Kei, KOBAYASHI, Kazuta, TAGAWA, Masashi, OSADA, Toshiyuki, MASUDA, Masahiro 33: JP 31: : 2009/06/05 54: CONCENTRATED SOLAR POWER GAS TURBINE AND CONCENTRATED-SOLAR- Page 138

139 POWER-GAS TURBINE POWER GENERATION EQUIPMENT Provided is a solar gas turbine in which the capacitance of a startup driving source used for compensating the shortage of a solar heat quantity at the startup/speed-rising time is reduced, thereby enabling efficient operation. The solar gas turbine comprises: a compressor (1) for taking in air and increasing the pressure thereof; a heat receiver (2) for heating the high-pressure air, the pressure of which has been increased by the compressor (1), by the heat of sunlight collected by a collector and increasing temperature; and a turbine (3) for converting thermal energy possessed by the hightemperature and high-pressure air to mechanical energy. In the solar gas turbine (GT1) including the compressor (1) equipped with a startup driving source for startup/speed-rising, the fluid flow in the heat receiver (2) is shut off and heat is accumulated in the period from the shutdown of the turbine (3) to the startup thereof. Provided is a solar thermal gas turbine power plant in which the thermal efficiency is improved by enabling power generation by a steam turbine even if the operation of a solar thermal gas turbine is stopped due to the reduction in the intensity of sunlight. The solar thermal gas turbine power plant is provided with a solar thermal gas turbine (GT) which is provided with a compressor (1), a heat receiver (2), and a turbine (3); an electric generator (4) which is driven by the solar thermal gas turbine (GT) to generate electricity; and a steam power generation cycle (20A) in which high temperature air discharged from the turbine (3) is introduced into a steam generator (21) and a steam turbine (22) which is driven by the steam generated by the steam generator (21) drives an electric generator (23) to generate electricity. A solar thermal steam generator (30) which generates steam by heating using heat collected by a light collector (H) is provided on the upstream of the steam turbine (22) in the steam power generation cycle (20A). The distribution ratio at which the sunlight collected by the light collector (H) is distributed to the heat receiver (2) and the solar thermal steam generator (30) is adjusted in accordance with the intensity of the sunlight. 21: 2011/ : 2011/04/21 43: 2012/02/08 51: F01K, F02C, F03G 71: Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. 72: AOYAMA, Kuniaki, INOUE, Kei, KOBAYASHI, Kazuta, TAGAWA, Masashi, OSADA, Toshiyuki, MAEDA, Manabu 33: JP 31: : 2009/06/15 54: SOLAR THERMAL GAS TURBINE GENERATOR 21: 2011/ : 2011/04/21 43: 2012/02/03 51: A01N, A61K 71: Nexmed Holdings, Inc. 72: WEI, William Shifeng, WANG, Yiping, PAN, Jianzhen, JO, Sung Hi 33: US 31: 61/195,126 32: 2008/10/03 54: STABILIZED COMPOSITION FOR TREATING PSORIASIS Page 139

140 A storage stable ointment of the present invention comprises a vitamin D compound, a corticosteroid, and an N,N-di(C1-C8) alkylamino substituted, (C4- C18) alkyl (C2-C18) carboxylic ester a (C1-C4)-alkyl (C8-C22) carboxylic ester in a petrolatum ointment base, and optionally containing mineral oil and/or tocopherol. Preferably, the vitamin D compound is calcipotriene, the corticosteroid is selected from the group consisting of clobetasol propionate and betamethasone dipropionate, and the N,N-di(C1-C8) alkylamino substituted, (C4-C18) alkyl (C2-C18) carboxylic ester comprises dodecyl 2-(N,Ndimethylamino)-propionate (DDAIP). 21: 2011/ : 26/04/ : 20/02/ : B60C 71: KNOETZE GERT 72: KNOETZE GERT 33: - 31: - 32: - 54: APPARATUS AND METHOD FOR DETERMINING TYRE PRESSURE 57: This invention provides for method and an apparatus utilised in determining and adjusting the tyre pressure of a spare tyre of a vehicle without the need to remove the spare tyre from its storage position. A solar heat receiver configured in such a manner that a compressive operation fluid passing through the insides of heat transfer tubes is heated uniformly, that the structure for supporting the heat transfer tubes is simplified, and that the solar heat receiver has reduced production cost. A solar heat receiver (3) is provided with heat transfer tubes (16) arranged in the north-south direction, and also with a casing (14) for containing the heat transfer tubes (16) and having formed therein a solar heat inlet (15) for introducing solar light, which is collected by light collectors disposed on the ground, into the casing from the lower surface side of the heat transfer tubes (16), and the solar heat receiver (3) is disposed at the top of a tower erected on the ground. The heat transfer tubes (16) are arranged at equal spacings in such a manner that the tubes (16) are located on a heat receiving surface (11) parallel to a mirror mounting surface having the light collectors mounted thereon, or are located on the heat receiving surface (11) tilted relative to the mirror mounting surface having the light collectors mounted thereon. The diameter of the heat transfer tubes (16) is set so as to be substantially inversely proportional to the shortest distance from the solar heat inlet (15) to the center axis of each heat transfer tube (16) in the longitudinal direction thereof. 21: 2011/ : 2011/04/26 43: 2012/02/08 51: F02C, F03G, F24J 71: Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. 72: AOYAMA, Kuniaki, INOUE, Kei, KOBAYASHI, Kazuta 33: JP 31: : 2009/06/09 54: SOLAR CENTRAL RECEIVER 21: 2011/ : 2011/04/28 43: 2012/02/21 51: A61K, A61P 71: Baylor Research Institute Page 140

141 72: UENO, Hideki, BANCHEREAU, Jacques F., PASCUAL, Maria Virginia, SCHMITT, Nathalie, Chalker Flores LLP 33: US 31: 61/101,606 32: 2008/09/30 54: METHODS TO REDUCE B-HELPER T CELLS TO TREAT AUTOIMMUNE DISEASES The present invention includes compositions and methods for the treatment of autoimmune diseases by administering to a subject having an autoimmune disorder an effective amount of a therapeutic composition comprising a pharmaceutically acceptable carrier and at least one IL- 12 inhibitor, e.g., a blocking anti-il-12 antibody or fragment thereof. 21: 2011/ : 28/04/ : 02/02/ : A47B 71: BOTES RIAN 72: BOTES RIAN 33: ZA 31: 2008/ : 2008/10/30 54: A LAPTOP SUPPORT 57: A laptop support which includes a base component comprising of a single inflatable member, which has an under surface and an upper surface, and a platform component which, when fully assembled, rests, atop, and is attached to, the inflatable member to provide support to a laptop computer, with respect to elevation and orientation, when a user places the support on his or her lap. 21: 2011/ : 2011/05/03 43: 2011/12/07 51: A61M 71: LTS LOHMANN THERAPIE-SYSTEME AG 72: MATUSCH, Rudolf 33: DE 31: : 2008/12/18 54: SINGLE-USE INJECTOR HAVING A FLEXURALLY ELASTIC HOUSING The invention relates to a single-use injector comprising a housing (200) accommodating a mechanical spring energy reservoir (50), a cylinder/piston unit (100), a piston-actuating ram (60) and a trigger unit (80), the spring-loaded pistonactuating ram being releasably supported on the housing. The housing of the injector consists of a thin-walled sheet metal part (201). Said sheet metal part has at least two limbs (20). Each limb has a bent retaining element (221) or a recess on its free end. The limbs are elastic flexural beams the center sections of which are bent in the shape of a z or an s to define a supporting section (231) for the pistonactuating ram. The contact zone between an individual supporting section and the pistonactuating rod represents a wedge gear pairing that forces the respective limb outwards. Page 141

142 transmitting the identifier electronically to the device of the transferor; and an account debiting module for debiting the selected account with the amount of money. Thus, an electronic communication session is established with a device of the transferor; the transferor is enabled to select a money transfer option for transferring money to a transferee; the transferor is enabled to select a beneficiary who will be the transferee; the transferor is enabled to select an account of his from which the money must be paid; the transferor is enabled to designate the amount of money to be transferred; a unique voucher identifier is generated; transmitting the identifier electronically to the device of the transferor; and debiting the selected account with the amount of money. The transferor and transferee may be in different countries and the voucher identifier may be generated in one country and redeemed in another. The transferor may also be able to create a beneficiary. 21: 2011/ : 2011/05/13 43: 2011/11/16 51: GO6F 71: ABSA BANK LIMITED 72: KAZI, Mohamed Afroz, DAFFEY, Anne Lee 33: ZA 31: 2010/ : 2010/03/12 54: THE TRANSFER OF MONEY ELECTRONICALLY A facility for effecting an electronic money transfer transaction from a transferor to a transferee has a transaction session establishing unit for establishing an electronic communication session with a device to the transferor; a first selection module whereby the transferor may select to transfer money to a transferee; a second selection module whereby the transferor may select a beneficiary who will be the transferee; a third selection module whereby the transferor may select an account held by him from which the money must be paid; an amount designating module whereby the transferor may designate the amount of money to be transferred; a voucher identifier generating module for generating a unique voucher identifier; a transmitting unit for 21: 2011/ : 2011/05/13 43: 2011/11/16 51: GO6F 71: ABSA BANK LIMITED 72: BUITENDAG, Amanda 33: ZP 31: 2010/ : 2010/03/12 54: SECURITY OF A FINANCIAL TRANSACTION Page 142

143 A facility for effecting an electronic financial transaction includes a beneficiary creation instruction receiving module for receiving an instruction from a transactor to create a beneficiary in respect of a defined account of the transactor; a time delay unit for providing a predetermined time delay; and a beneficiary creation module for creating the beneficiary in respect of the defined account after the time delay. Thus, an instruction is received from a tranactor to create a beneficiary in respect of a defined account of the transactor and the beneficiary is created only after a predetermined time delay has elapsed. In addition the transactor is contacted to confirm that he wants to create the particular beneficiary before the beneficiary is created and the facility further include a transactor contacting module for contacting the transactor to confirm that the beneficiary is to be created. The transactor is contacted via a different channel to that used to effect the transaction. The transactor is contacted telephonically, either by an operator or in an automated fashion, in order to confirm the instruction. A telephone call generator is provided for generating a telephonic call to the transactor and an interactive voice recognition unit for confirming the instruction. 21: 2011/ : 11/05/ : 16/02/ : B60P, B60R 71: FOORD VICTOR 72: FOORD VICTOR 33: ZA 31: 2010/ : 2010/05/12 54: TAILGATE EXTENDER 57: A device for increasing the load capacity of a vehicle's load bed, wherein a plurality of panels, pivotally attached to the tailgate of the vehicle, enclose a surface area which is defined by the tailgate when it is in a horizontal position and, when in a vertical position, the panels are folded away in a position adjacent the surface area. 21: 2011/ : 20/05/ : 21/11/ : A61K 71: MACROGENICS INC 72: LESLIE S JOHNSON and LING HUANG 33: US 31: 61/139, : 2008/12/19, 54: COVALENT DIABODIES AND USES THEREOF 57: The present invention is directed to diabody molecules and uses thereof in the treatment of a variety of diseases and disorders, including immunological disorders, infectious disease, intoxication and cancers. The diabody molecules of the invention comprise two polypeptide chains that associate to form at least two epitope binding sites, which may recognize the same or different epitopes on the same or differing antigens. Additionally, the antigens may be from the same or different molecules. The individual polypeptide chains of the diabody molecules. The individual polypeptide chains of the diabody molecule may be covalently bound through nonpeptide bond covalent bonds, Page 143

144 such as but not limited to, disulfide bonding of cysteine residues located within each polypeptide chain. In particular embodiments, the diabody molecules of the present invention further comprise an fe region, which allows antibody- like functionality to engineered into the molecule. 21: 2011/ : 23/05/ : 28/11/ : A61K, C07K 71: DEBIO RECHERCHE PHARMACEUTIQUE 72: VUAGNIAUX GREGOIRE, GARROUSTE PATRICK, WENGER ROLAND, MUTTER MANFRED, LYSEK ROBERT, TURPIN OLIVIER, NICOLAS VALERIE, NOVAROLI ZANOLARI LAURA, CRABBE RAFAEL 33: IB. 31: PCT/IB08/ : 2008/11/06 54: CYCLOUNDECADEPSIPEPTIDE COMPOUNDS AND USE OF SAID COMPOUNDS AS A MEDICAMENT 57: The present invention relates to new cycloundecadepsipeptide compounds and to the use of said compounds as a medicament, in particular as antiviral agents, more particularly for preventing or treating Hepatitis C infections or HCV induced disorders., The present invention relates to new cycloundecadepsipeptide compounds and to the use of said compounds as a medicament, in particular as antiviral agents, more particularly for preventing or treating Hepatitis C infections or HCV induced disorders., The present invention relates to new cycloundecadepsipeptide compounds and to the use of said compounds as a medicament, in particular as antiviral agents, more particularly for preventing or treating Hepatitis C infections or HCV induced disorders. 21: 2011/ : 26/05/ : 24/02/ : E21D 71: SKARBOVIG NILS MITTET 72: SKARBOVIG NILS MITTET 33: ZA 31: 2010/ : 2010/06/02 54: GROUT PACK RESTRAINING ENVELOPE 57: A grout pack [1] restraining envelope is provided which includes a plurality of restraining rings [7, 8] shaped to extend circumferentially around a grout bag [2] in a vertically spaced arrangement up at least a part of the height of the grout bag to provide support against lateral deformation of an installed grout pack as it occurs under axial load. At least some of the restraining rings are of differing tensile strengths or are configured to yield at differing tensions. The grout pack may have a collapsible polymer or wire mesh [3] positioned on the inside of the restraining rings to which at least some of the restraining rings are fastened. Restraining rings [7] of relatively higher tensile strength are provided at vertical positions at which relatively greater lateral deformation of the grout bag is expected, and rings [8] of relatively lower tensile strength are provided at vertical positions at which relatively less lateral deformation of the grout bag is expected. The restraining rings may be of the yielding or nonyielding type. 21: 2011/ : 2011/05/31. 43: 2012/02/16 51: B01D, C01B 71: L'Air Liquide Societe Anonyme Pour L'Etude et L'Exploitation des Procedes Georges Claude 72: MONEREAU, Christian, CARRIERE, Céline 33: FR 31: : Page 144

145 54: PRODUCTION OF HYDROGEN FROM A REFORMING GAS AND SIMULTANEOUS CAPTURE OF CO2 CO-PRODUCT Process for producing hydrogen from a gas mixture comprising hydrogen, CO2, CO, CH4 and water, employing a CO2 PSA unit, a cryogenic unit and an H2 PSA unit, in which process: a) said gas mixture is introduced into the CO2 PSA unit, producing a CO2- enriched fraction and CO2 depleted fraction; b0 CO2-enriched fraction is introduced into the cryogenic unit, producing a CO2-enriched fraction and an H2-enriched fraction; c) the H2-enriched fraction is recycled upstream of the H2 PSA unit; and d) the CO2-depleted fraction coming form step b) is introduced into the H2 PSA unit, producing a hydrogen-enriched stream and a waste gas. 21: 2011/ : 02/06/ : 06/12/ : A61F 71: SCA HYGIENE PRODUCTS AB 72: SOLGUN DREVIK, DENNIS DAHL, FREDERIK KARLSSON 33: - 31: - 32: - 54: ABSORBENT ARTICLE WITH DISPOSAL WRAPPER 57: The invention provides a kit comprising an absorbent article and a wrapper for said absorbent article. The wrapper is defined by a boundary. The wrapper comprises at least one slit which partitions said wrapper to define a strip thereof, said strip being arranged such that the absorbent article may be rolled and/or folded within the wrapper and retained in a rolled and/or folded configuration by means of said strip. The invention also provides a method for disposal of an absorbent article. 21: 2011/ : 2011/06/02 43: 2012/01/25 51: A61L, C08F, C09D 71: Semprus Biosciences Corp. 72: LI, Jun, SQUIER, Trevor, ZHANG, Zheng, O'SHAUGHNESSEY, William Shannan, HENCKE, Michael, BOUCHARD, Michael, LOOSE, Christopher R., HUVAL, Chad 33: US 31: 61/120,292 32: 2008/12/05 33: US 31: 61/120,312 32: 2008/12/05 33: US 31: 61/120,285 32: 2008/12/05 54: NON-FOULING, ANTI-MICROBIAL, ANTI- THROMBOGENIC GRAFT-FROM COMPOSITIONS Substrates, optionally coated with an undercoating layer, having grafted there from one or more nonfouling materials are described herein. The nonfouling, polymeric material can be grafted from a variety of substrate materials, particularly polymeric substrates and/or polymeric undercoating layers. The graft-from techniques described herein can result in higher surface densities of the non-fouling material relative to graft-to formulations. Graft-from methods can be used to produce covalently tethered polymers. The compositions described herein are highly resistant protein absorption, particularly in complex media and retain a high degree of nonfouling activity over long periods of time. The compositions described herein may also demonstrate antimicrobial and/or anti-thrombogenic activity. The non-fouling material can be grafted from the substrate, or optionally from an undercoating layer on the substrate, preferably without significantly affecting the mechanical and/or physical properties of the substrate material. Page 145

146 reducing downtime and the cost associated with lost production. 21: 2011/ : 2011/06/06 43: 2012/02/13 51: C07K 71: Lonza Braine SA 72: SOMMEN, Geoffroy, FORNI, Luciano 33: EP 31: : 2008/12/29 54: PROCESS FOR THE PRODUCTION OF BIVALIRUDIN The present invention relates to a process for the production of bivalirudin, a 20-mer peptide of formula H-D-Phe1-Pro-Arg-Pro-Gly5-Gly-Gly-Gly-Asn-Gly10- Asp-Phe-Glu-Glu-lle15- -Pro-Glu-Glu-Tyr-Leu20-OH (I) via a convergent five-fragment synthesis, and to several peptide intermediates thereof. 21: 2011/ : 2011/06/08 43: 2012/02/02 51: B23K, B23P 71: CSIR, Eskom Holdings SOC Ltd 72: VAN ROOYEN, Corney, BURGER, Herman, DOUBELL, Philip 33: ZA 31: 2008/ : 2008/12/18 54: METHOD OF REPAIRING A METALLIC ARTEFACT A method of repairing a metallic artefact (40) with an open defect in or on a metallic surface or substrate of the metallic artefact includes cold forging the open defect to close the open defect and thereafter laser cladding the cold forged defect with a plurality of laser clad beads (44) applied to the metalic surface or substrate to cover the cold forged defect with a cladded metal layer. Advantageously, in-situ repair of fluid-filled vessels, pipes or the like is made possible by the repair method, in some instances eliminates the need to shut equipment down thereby 21: 2011/ : 2011/06/09 43: 2012/01/12 51: G01P 71: WOELKE INDUSTRIEELEKTRONIK GMBH 72: BAUMGÄRTNER, CHRISTOPH 33: DE 31: : 2010/06/10 54: DEVICE FOR MEASURING THE SPEED OF A FLUID The subject-matter of the present invention relates to a device for measuring the speed of a fluid (1), in particular for measuring the air speed in suction lines (2). The device is provided with a probe (3), which comprises at least two measurement points (4, 5) for the differential pressure measurement. According to the invention, the probe (3) is designed in the manner of a spatial aerofoil profile. Page 146

147 21: 2011/ : 2011/06/09 43: 2012/02/13 51: A01H 71: Syngenta Participations AG 72: DE FRAMOND, Annick Jeanne, MEGHJI, Moez Rajabali, NEW, Stephen, PRAIRIE, Anna Underwood 33: US 31: 61/122,885 32: 2008/12/16 54: CORN EVENT 5307 A novel transgenic corn event designated 5307, is disclosed. The invention relates to DNA sequences of the recombinant constructs inserted into the corn genome and of genomic sequences flanking the insertion site that resulted in the 5307 event. The invention further relates to assays for detecting the presence of the DNA sequences of 5307, to corn plants and corn seeds comprising the genotype of and to methods for producing a corn plant by crossing a corn plant comprising the 5307 genotype with itself or another corn variety. 21: 2011/ : 2011/06/10 43: 2012/02/22 51: H04W 71: NOKIA SIEMENS NETWORKS OY 72: JOKINEN, Harri, REXHEPI, Vlora, PROVVEDI, Leonardo 33: US 31: 61/151,651 32: 2009/02/11 54: METHOD, APPARATUS AND COMPUTER PROGRAM PRODUCT FOR PRIORITY BASED CELL RESELECTION IN A MULTI-RAT ENVIRONMENT A method, apparatus and computer program product are therefore provided that may enable a network sending broadcast and/or dedicated priorities to a mobile terminal to also include priorities with respect to a RAT that does not support the priority algorithm. As such, for example, priority parameters for a legacy network that does not support the priority algorithm may be supplied to a mobile terminal to enable the mobile terminal to make cell reselection decisions without running two different cell reselection algorithms in parallel (e.g., a ranking based algorithm and a priority based algorithm). The provided method comprises the steps of receiving an indication of a plurality candidate cells with respect to said cell reselection of a mobile terminal; assigning, toward each of said plurality of candidate cells, a priority, wherein at least one candidate cell of the plurality of candidate cells does not support priority based cell reselection; and providing said priorities to said mobile terminal. Page 147

148 21: 2011/ : 27/06/ : 09/02/ : H02J, H02P 71: EATON CORPORATION 72: VANWEELDEN RONALD A and VERHEYEN MARK A 33: US 31: 12/ : 2010/06/28 54: INPUTT CIRCUIT FOR ALTERNATING CURRENT SIGNAL, AND MOTOR STARTER INCLUDING THE SAME 57: An input circuit (20) includes an interface (26) structured to output a logic signal (28) from an alternating current signal (22) of a pair of elongated conductors (24). A load (30) is switchable to the elongated conductors. A processor (32) outputs (35) a control signal (34) to switch the load to the elongated conductors asynchronously with respect to the alternating current signal for a first predetermined time, inputs (36) the logic signal, determines (158,160,162,164) if the input logic signal is active a plurality of times during the first predetermined time and responsively sets a first state of the alternating current signal, and, otherwise, sets an opposite second state of the alternating current signal, and delays (178) for a second predetermined time, which is longer than the first predetermined time, for the opposite second state before repeating the output, and, otherwise, delays (172) for a third predetermined time, which is longer than the second predetermined time, for the first state before repeating the output. 21: 2011/ : 29/06/ : 02/03/ : 71: EATON CORPORATION 72: NAIVA MATTHEW WILBUR, VERHEYEN MARK ALAN, RILEY JOSEPH DANIEL 33: US 31: 12/ : 2010/06/30 54: APPARATUS FOR ENERGIZING A PROTECTIVE DEVICE, AND ASSOCIATED METHOD 57: An improved overload relay (4) includes a number of current transformers (28A, B, C) that draw power from a circuit it protects to power itself. The current transformers charge a capacitor (36) which powers a processor (44) and which can energize a solenoid (52) to initiate the interruption of the circuit. The overload relay further includes a capacitor analysis circuit (48) which detects an operational parameter of the capacitor and enables a processor to determine when the energy storage capability of the capacitor has dropped to a predetermined threshold. In the event of such a determination, the overload relay can perform any of a number of actions. 21: 2011/ : 2011/07/04 43: 2012/02/09 51: C05B, C05D, C05G Page 148

149 71: SHELL INTERNATIONALE RESEARCH MAATSCHAPPIJ B.V. 72: REYNHOUT, Marinus, Johannes, VERBIST, Guy, Lode, Magda, Maria, ANTES, Jany, Birgitta, Maria, LAMBERT, Reginald, O BRIEN, Jason, Trevor, WOODRUFFE, John, GARCIA MARTINEZ, Rafael, Alberto 33: EP 31: : 2009/01/29 54: SULPHUR-CONTAINING FERTILIZERS AND PROCESS FOR THE PREPARATION THEREOF According to the present invention, there is provided a process for the manufacture of sulphur- containing fertilizer compositions, said process comprising the steps of: a) providing a slurry of at least one phosphate-based fertilizer material selected from the group consisting of ammonium phosphates, ammonium phosphate based nitrogen-phosphoruspotassium (NPK) compounds, super phosphates and partially acidulated phosphate rocks; b} bringing said slurry into contact with at least one surfactant and elemental sulphur; and c) introducing the mixture obtained in step b) into a granulator unit in order to obtain granules of the fertilizer composition, wherein the elemental sulphur is present in an amount in the range of form 1 to 25 wt.%, based on the total weight of the fertilizer composition The present invention also provides a fertilizer composition. 54: DEGRADATION DETECTION SYSTEM FOR A HOSE ASSEMBLY 57: A hose fault detection system (10) includes a hose assembly (12) including a hose (16) having first and second conductive layers (20), (24). The hose assembly (12) has an electrical characteristic. A fault detector (14) is in electrical communication with the first and second conductive layers (20), (24). The fault detector (14) includes an indicator (74) operatively connected to the hose assembly (12). A method for monitoring the structural integrity of a hose assembly (12) includes providing a fault detection system (10) having a hose assembly (12) including a hose (16) having a first conductive layer (20) and a second conductive layer (20), (24). The hose assembly (12) has an electrical characteristic. The electrical characteristic of the hose assembly (12) is compared to a threshold value. A visual indicator (74) in operative communication with the hose assembly (12) is illuminated when the electrical characteristic goes beyond the threshold value. 21: 2011/ : 06/07/ : 09/02/ : F16L, G01M, G01N, G06K, G08C, H04W 71: EATON CORPORATION 72: STARK JASON DENNIS, PEREIRA LUIS RAFAEL, BHADKAMKAR ATUL SHRIPAD, RENTEL CARLOS HERMAN, SMITH SCOTT ALLEN, PIER THOMAS, GUNGOR VEHBI CAGRI 33: US 31: 61/ : 2009/01/06 21: 2011/ : 2011/07/12 43: 2012/01/30 51: B29B, C08J, C08L, E01C 71: Evonik Degussa GmbH 72: BERLINEANU, Andreas, LUCE, Kirsten, BUKOHL, Margit, DUDEK, Nicole, JITTENMEIER, Siegfried, CRUZ, Marisa, FUCHS, Rainer, KUHN, Frank Dieter 33: DE 31: : 2009/01/13 54: METHOD FOR THE PRODUCTION OF COATED RUBBER PARTICLES, COATED RUBBER PARTICLES, AND SOLVENT-FREE COATING FORMULATION The invention relates to a novel method for producing coated particles made of rubber granulate, the coating, the particles coated with said coating, and the uses of the coated particles. The coating formulation contains no solvents. Page 149

150 21: 2011/ : 2011/07/13 43: 2012/01/13 51: A41C 71: MCCABE, THERESA, BOTHA, JOHAN DAWID 72: MCCABE, THERESA 33: ZA 31: 2010/ : 2010/04/01 54: BRA SUPPORT STRUCTURE This invention relates to a support structure for an undergarment and more particularly but not exclusively, to a supported bra incorporating such a bra support structure. The supported bra comprises a fabric which constitutes the bra, and a support member which is located in a seamed portion of the bra fabric, the support member having at least one engagement formation along its length. The supported bra also includes securing means that is engagable with the engagement formation of the support member and the seamed fabric, so that support member and the seamed fabric are held in a fixed position relative to one another. 21: 2011/ : 15/07/ : 24/01/ : C12P 71: BORREGAARD INDUSTRIES LTD NORGE 72: SJODE ANDERS, FROLANDER ANDERS, LERSCH MARTIN, RODSRUD GUDBRAND 33: EP 31: : 2008/12/17, 54: LIGNOCELLULOSIC BIOMASS CONVERSION 57: The present invention relates to a process for the production of second generation bio fuels and/or sugar based chemicals for example ethanol, butanol etc and/or materials for example plastics, single cell proteins etc. together with sulfonated lignin from ligno cellulosic biomass, in particular from lignocellulosic biomass comprising, among others, annual plants, agricultural waste, or wood. In particular, the present invention relates to a process for the production of sugar based chemicals, biofuels or materials together with sulfonated lignin from lignocellulosic biomass comprising the pretreatment of a lignocellulosic biomass in a sulfite cooking step. 21: 2011/ : 15/07/ : 19/01/ : A22C, B32B 71: KUHNE ANLAGENBAU GMBH 72: SCHIFFMANN JURGEN 33: DE 31: : 2009/02/20 54: SINGLE-LAYER OR MULTILAYER TUBULAR FOOD PACKAGING FILM THAT CAN BE SMOKED AND AIR-DRIED, AND METHOD FOR THE PRODUCTION THEREOF 57: The invention relates to a single-layer or multilayer tubular food packaging film that can be smoked and air-dried, especially a sausage casing for smoked and/or air-dried sausages or meat. Said polymer-based food film is produced from a plastic melt in a (co-)extrusion film blow molding plant using extruded plastics that are fed to a nozzle of a blow head and is biaxially stretched in a triple bubble process, the homogeneous plastic melt being produced from a plastic mixture of PET or a mixture of various PET and PVOH and/or PEBA. The invention further relates to a method for producing the food film. 21: 2011/ : 15/07/ : 20/02/ : A01K 71: REESE DAVID 72: REESE DAVID 33: - 31: - 32: - 54: ANIMAL SCENT DETECTION APPARATUS AND SYSTEM 57: A portable scent detection system for moving air from a search area to an animal's nose that can include a hand-pickup for collecting air from a target area, an air moving unit containing at least one fan, a return hose coupled between the pickup and the air moving unit, and a scent presentation device Page 150

151 worn on the animal's head with a one or more presentation ports near the animal's nose. The preferred animal is a dog; however, any animal which can be trained to indicate detection of a target scent can be used. The air moving unit can be contained in a waist or backpack for ease in use. A system of hoses normally can be run between the pickup device and the air moving unit and between the air moving unit and the scent presentation device. 21: 2011/ : 2011/07/19. 43: 2012/02/15 51: G02B, G08B 71: Perimeter Security Industries Pty Ltd 72: VEY, Dean 33: AU 31: : 2008/12/22 54: INTRUDER DETECTION SYSTEM An intruder detection system is disclosed including: a light emitting means; a light guide; a light receiving means; the light emitting means is arranged to emit light into the light guide; the light guide is arranged to guide the light to the light receiving means; the impact of an intruder on the light guide causes changes in the characteristics of the light received at the light receiving means. 21: 2011/ : 2011/07/19 43: 2012/02/21 51: D04H 71: DONALDSON COMPANY, INC. 72: KAHLBAUGH, Brad, E., HEMANT, Gupta 33: US 31: 61/147,861 32: 2009/01/28 33: US 31: 12/694,935 32: 2010/01/27 33: US 31: 12/694,913 32: 2010/01/27 54: FIBROUS MEDIA AND METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR FORMING SAME Nonwoven webs and filter media are described herein having a region that has a gradient wherein the concentration of a fiber or a property varies from one side of the region to the other side of the region. In one embodiment, an apparatus includes a mixing partition downstream from one or more sources of a first and second flow stream that each includes a fiber. The mixing partition defines one or more openings that permit fluid communication between the two flow streams. The apparatus also includes a receiving region situated downstream from the one or more sources and designed to receive at least a combined flow stream and form a nonwoven web by collecting fiber from the combined flow stream. In one embodiment, a method includes collecting fiber on a receiving region situated proximal and downstream to the source or sources of the flow stream, where the receiving region designed to receive the flow stream dispensed from the source and form a wet layer by collecting the fiber. Page 151

152 21: 2011/ : 2011/07/19 43: 2012/02/03 51: A61K, A61P 71: Centro de Ingeniería Genética y Biotecnología 72: BARBERÁ BETANCOURT, Ariana, DOMÍNGUEZ HORTA, María del Carmen, LORENZO PEREZ, Norailys, PADRÓN PALOMARES, Gabriel Ramón, FALCÓN CAMA, Viviana, MENÉNDEZ VALDÉS, Ivón 33: CU 31: : 2008/12/29 54: USE OF APL-TYPE PEPTIDE FOR TREATING INTESTINAL INFLAMMATORY DISEASES AND TYPE 1 DIABETES The present invention relates to the field of medicine, in particular the use of an APL-type peptide, derived from the human 60 kda heat-shock protein or analogues thereof, for preparing a pharmaceutical composition for treating Crohn's disease, ulcerative colitis and type 1 diabetes mellitus. Said peptide is biodistributed to the gastrointestinal tract and promotes the induction of apoptosis of activated T-cells of the intestinal lamina propria and of the peripheral blood of patients with Crohn's disease. Furthermore this peptide induces apoptosis of mononuclear cells of patients with type 1 diabetes mellitus. 21: 2011/ : 2011/07/21 43: 2012/01/31 51: C09D, C23G 71: Rhodia Operations 72: BOURDETTE, Arnaud, ZANETTO, Jean-Emile, LASNET DE LANTY, Patrick 33: FR 31: : 2009/01/23 54: STRIPPING COMPOSITION The invention relates to a stripping composition that includes a dicarboxylic acid diester. The composition is useful and particularly efficient for stripping paint. 21: 2011/ : 2011/07/21 43: 2012/02/03 51: A61K, C07K 71: Mymetics Corporation 72: FLEURY, Sylvain, MOUZ, Nicolas, ROGER, Marie-Gaëlle 33: US 31: 61/202,215 32: 2009/02/06 54: NOVEL GP41 ANTIGENS The present invention deals with a modified polypeptide comprising three contiguous segments N, L and C represented by the formula N-L-C and comprising : a N-helix region of gp41 (N), a C-helix region of gp41 (C), and a connecting loop comprising a synthetic linker (L) between the N and C-helices, the linker replacing amino acids of gp41, the numbering scheme being based upon the prototypic isolate HIV-1 HxB2 Clade B strain, said polypeptide comprising the calveolin-1 neutralizing and 98.6 D epitopes, but not 2F5 and 4E10 epitopes, not the fusion peptide, the polypeptide having a minimal immunogenic crossreactivity with human interleukin 2 (IL2). 21: 2011/ : 2011/07/22 43: 2012/01/25 51: C07K 71: Amgen Inc. 72: BOONE, Thomas C., BRANKOW, David W., GEGG, JR. Colin V., HU, Shaw-fen Sylvia, KING, Chadwick T., LU, Hsieng Sen, SHI, Licheng, XU, Cen 33: US 31: 61/203,569 32: 2008/12/23 54: HUMAN CGRP RECEPTOR BINDING PROTEINS Antigen binding proteins that bind to human CGRP receptor (CGRP R) are provided. Nucleic acids encoding the antigen binding protein, vectors, and cells encoding the same are also provided. The antigen binding proteins can inhibit binding of CGRP R to CGRP, and are useful in a number of CGRP R related disorders, including the treatment and/or prevention of migraine headaches. 21: 2011/ : 2011/07/22 43: 2012/01/25 51: A61K, C07K 71: NOVO NORDISK HEALTH CARE AG 72: OLSEN, Ole Hvilsted, BREINHOLT, Jens, SCHIØDT, Christine Bruun, DEMUTH, Helle, NØRSKOV-LAURITSEN, Leif, THYGESEN, Peter 33: EP 31: : 2009/01/22 54: STABLE GROWTH HORMONE COMPOUNDS Page 152

153 The present invention relates to stable growth hormone (GH) compounds, which through the introduction of cysteine residues have disulphide bridges, which make the compounds resistant to proteolytic degradation. and to a pharmaceutical composition containing these compounds. 21: 2011/ : 2011/07/22 43: 2012/02/10 51: A61K, A61M 71: ALLERGAN INC 72: FEIN, Seymour 33: US 31: 61/139,871 32: 2008/12/22 54: INTRANASAL DESMOPRESSIN ADMINISTRATION Disclosed is a family of intranasal spray dispensers for administering uniform low doses of desmopressin so as to achieve safe antidiuresis in human patients. The dispensers of the invention may be used in the treatment of nocturia, primary nocturnal enuresis, incontinence, urinary frequency, diabetes insipidus, or any disease or syndrome where desmopressin therapy is useful or where safe temporary suppression of urine production may lead to beneficial health effects or increased convenience in voiding control. 21: 2011/ : 2011/07/22 43: 2012/02/03 51: A61K, A61P, C07J 71: Uniwersytet W Bialymstoku, Univerzita Palackeho V Olomouci, Bioapex, s.r.o. 72: MORZYCKI, Jacek Witold, WOJTKIELEWICZ, Agnieszka, OKLESTKOVA, Jana, HOFFMANNOVA, Lucie, STRNAD, Miroslav 33: PL 31: P : 2009/02/09 54: NOVEL SAPONIN COMPOUNDS, METHODS OF PREPARATION THEREOF, USE THEREOF AND PHARMACEUTICAL COMPOSITIONS This invention relates to novel saponin compounds of formula II wherein MBz denotes p- methoxybenzoyl, and R is selected from the group comprising C6-10 aryl, C6-10 aryl-c1-4 alkyl-, C1-18 alkanoyl, C6-10 aryl-c(o)-, C6-10 aryl-c1-4 alkyl- C(O)-, wherein each of the groups can optionally be substituted. These compounds possess a selective cytostatic activity, useful, e.g., in the treatment of proliferative diseases. The invention further relates to methods of preparation of the novel compounds 21: 2011/ : 2011/07/22 43: 2012/02/03 51: F16L, F22B, G21C 71: Areva NP 72: LE GALL, Lionel, CHEVALIER, Pierre, PETIT, Jean-Claude 33: FR 31: : 2009/01/14 54: SEALED STOPPER FOR AN OPENING IN A JUNCTION TUBING BETWEEN A HOUSING AND A PIPE, AND METHOD FOR IMPLEMENTING SAID STOPPER The invention relates to a sealed stopper (10) for an opening in a junction tubing (6) between a housing and a pipe that comprises a fixation ring. The stopper (10) includes a rigid lid (11) and a sealing assembly (20) carried by said lid (11) including a passive annular seal (25) with at least one inner annular chamber (26), a first static annular seal (30), a second static annular seal (35), and a flat annular seal (40) ensuring the tightness of the opening in said tubing. 21: 2011/ : 2011/07/25 43: 2012/01/25 51: A61J, A61K 71: Micro Labs Limited Page 153

154 72: KSHIRSAGAR, Rajesh, KADAM, Chandrashekar, JAIN, Sachin, MUDDA, S M 33: IN 31: 377/CHE/ : 2009/02/20 54: STORAGE STABLE PROSTAGLANDIN PRODUCT A prostaglandin composition comprising prostaglandin and a low-density polyethylene container are disclosed. The prostaglandin compositions are stable in polyethylene containers over longer period of time. 21: 2011/ : 2011/07/25 43: 2012/01/25 51: A61K, A61P, C07D 71: Daiichi Sankyo Company, Limited 72: SHINOZUKA, Tsuyoshi, TSUKADA, Tomoharu, FUJII, Kunihiko, MORI, Makoto 33: JP 31: : 2009/03/05 54: PYRIDINE DERIVATIVE Disclosed is a novel pyridine derivative which has a good hypoglycemic activity and can treat glucose and lipid metabolic diseases or diseases associated with a peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor (PPAR)? and/or prevent the onset of these diseases, a pharmacologically acceptable ester of the pyridine derivative, or a pharmacologically acceptable salt of the pyridine derivative or the pharmacologically acceptable ester. Specifically disclosed is a compound represented by general formula (I), a pharmacologically acceptable ester of the compound, or a pharmacologically acceptable salt of the compound or the pharmacologically acceptable ester. [In the formula, R represents a pyridyl group substituted by 1 to 3 groups independently selected from a substituent group A; and the substituent group A consists of a halogen atom, a C1-C6 alkyl group, and a C1-C6 alkoxy group.] 21: 2011/ : 2011/07/25 43: 2012/02/03 51: B32B 71: Applied NanoStructured Solutions, LLC 72: SHAH, Tushar K., GARDNER, Slade H., ALBERDING, Mark R., MALECKI, Harry C. 33: US 31: 61/155,935 32: 2009/02/27 54: CNT-INFUSED GLASS FIBER MATERIALS AND PROCESS THEREFOR A composition includes a carbon nanotube (CNT)- infused glass fiber material, which includes a glass fiber material of spoolable dimensions and carbon nanotubes (CNTs) bonded to it. The CNTs are uniform in length and distribution. A continuous CNT infusion process includes: (a) disposing a carbonnanotube forming catalyst on a surface of a glass fiber material of spoolable dimensions; and (b) synthesizing carbon nanotubes on the glass fiber material, thereby forming a carbon nanotube-infused glass fiber material. The continuous CNT infusion process optionally includes extruding a glass fiber material from a glass melt or removing sizing material from a pre-fabricated glass fiber material. 21: 2011/ : 2011/07/25 43: 2012/01/25 51: B01F 71: Biocartis SA 72: VAN DOORN, Arie R., DE JONG, Michiel Page 154

155 33: EP 31: : 2009/04/14 54: HIFU INDUCED CAVITATION WITH REDUCED POWER THRESHOLD The invention relates to high intensity focused ultrasound devices. Furthermore the invention relates to an apparatus for irradiating a liquid sample with acoustic energy to generate cavitation in the liquid sample. The apparatus (100) comprises a source and is adapted to receive a cartridge (105) in such a way, that the apparatus focuses the HIFU waves emitted from the source onto a liquid air interface that is present within the cartridge. This focusing is performed when the cartridge is inserted into a receiving section of the apparatus. available 2- positions of the indenyl ligands. The substituent in the 2-position of one indenyl ligand can be any radical comprising hydrogen, methyl, or any other C2-C40 hydrocarbon radical with the proviso that this hydrocarbon radical is branched in the B-position and that the B-carbon atom is a quarternary carbon atom and part of a mono-cyclic hydrocarbon system. This metallocene topology affords high melting point, very high molar mass homo polypropylene and very high molar mass propylene-based copolymers furthermore, the activity/productivity levels of calatysts comprising the metallocenes of the present invention are exceptionally high. 21: 2011/ : 2011/07/26 43: 2012/01/26 51: C08F 71: Lummus Novolen Technology GmbH 72: SELL, Thorsten, WINTER, Andreas, THORN, Matthew Grant, DIMESKA, Anita, LANGHAUSER, Franz 54: NEW METALLOCENE COMPOUNDS, CATALYSTS COMPRISING THEM, PROCESS FOR PRODUCING AN OLEFIN POLYMER BY USE OF THE CATALYSTS, AND OLEFIN HOMO- AND COPOLYMERS Certain metallocene compounds are provided that, when used as a component in a supported polymerization catalyst under industrially relevant polymerization conditions, afford high molar mass homo polymers or copolymers like polypropylene or propylene/ethylene copolymers without the need for any a -branched substituent in either of the two 21: 2011/ : 2011/07/26 43: 2012/01/26 51: C08K, C08L 71: Total Raffinage Marketing 72: DREESSEN, Sylvia, CHAMINAND, Julien, MARIOTTI, Sophie, LAURENT, Patrice 33: FR 31: : 2009/03/03 54: CROSS-LINKING COMPOSITION IN THE FORM OF GRANULES FOR PREPARING CROSS- LINKED BITUMEN/ELASTOMER COMPOSITIONS Page 155

156 The invention relates to a cross-linking composition in the form of granules that includes at least one polymer matrix, at least one cross-linking agent and at least one hydrogen sulphide-inhibiting agent, the hydrogen sulphide-inhibiting agent including at least one zinc carboxylate and at least one triazine derivative. The invention also relates to a method for preparing same. and from above, and that the second steam inlet (3.7.2, 3.7.2a, 3.7.2b) is connected for passing fluid to a plurality of inlet openings (2n.1, 2n.2) disposed in a ring shape and radially encompassing the first channel (3.9) on the exterior and also opening into the infusion chamber (2a, 2b, 2c) in the upper area (2b) and from above. 21: 2011/ : 2011/07/26 43: 2012/01/26 51: A23C, A23L, B01F 71: GEA TDS GmbH 72: KJAERBYE, Henrik, KOWALIK, Gottfried, TACKE, Ludger, SCHWENZOW, Uwe, DRECKMANN, Reinhold 33: DE 31: : 2009/01/27 54: INFUSION SYSTEM FOR A LIQUID FOOD PRODUCT AND METHOD FOR DIRECTLY HEATING A LIQUID FOOD PRODUCT IN AN INFUSION SYSTEM The invention relates to an infusion system (1) for a food product (P), in particular a dairy product such as milk, cream, or yogurt, and to the use of an infusion system of said type, and to a method for directly heating a liquid food product in an infusion system by means of a steam heating medium. The aim of the invention is to achieve central guiding and bundling of the stream of food product generated in the infusion chamber in an infusion system of the generic type, to reduce the risk of deposits and scalding of food product on the walls of the infusion tank and the tendency to precipitate solid components of the food product to be heated, such as fibers or pieces, and to ensure easy adaptability to different food products and desired operating conditions, such as flow rate, heating duration, maximum heating temperature, and the like. The aim is achieved according to the invention in that the steam inlet is designed in the form of two steam inlets (3.7.1, 3.7.2) separated from each other spatially and fluidically, that the first steam inlet (3.7.1) is connected for passing fluid to a second channel (3.3d), and the second channel (3.3d) opens into the infusion chamber (2a, 2b, 2c) in center of the upper area (2b), that the product inlet (3.6, 3.6a, 3.6b) is connected for passing fluid to a first channel (3.9) encompassing the second channel (3.3d) in a ring shape and also opens into the infusion chamber (2a, 2b, 2c) in the upper area (2b) 21: 2011/ : 2011/07/26 43: 2012/01/26 51: F28D, F28F 71: GEA TDS GmbH 72: GEHLING, Jürgen, KOWALIK, Gottfried, TACKE, Ludger, SCHWENZOW, Uwe, TASLER, Franz 33: DE 31: : 2009/01/27 54: DEVICE FOR INFLUENCING THE FLOW IN THE AREA OF A PIPE MANIFOLD PLATE OF A TUBE BUNDLE HEAT EXCHANGER The invention relates to a device for influencing the flow in the area of a pipe manifold plate (700, 800) of a tube bundle heat exchanger (100), in particular for Page 156

157 the food and beverage industry, according to the preamble of Claim 1. The object of the present invention is to further develop a device of the generic type, avoiding solutions problematic in the areas of hygiene, cleaning technology, and physical flow, such that even distribution of the flow, and thereby evenly distributed incident flow to the inner tubes distributed across the incident flow area of the pipe manifold plate, is ensured even for pipe manifold plates having 19 or more inner tubes. The object is achieved in that the inner contour is formed by the inner side of a rotationally symmetric, shell-shaped guide ring (11) in the form of an inner contour (Ki1), the guide ring (11) is directly or indirectly fixedly connected to the connecting bend (1000) or the connecting fitting (1100), the guide ring (11) is formed of at least one incident flow (11a) and one departing flow segment (11b), together forming a common, maximum exterior outer diameter (Dmax) at the connecting cross section thereof, the guide ring (11) divides the flow to the inner channel (300*) axially symmetrically, diverts the flow outward, and thereby accelerates the flow in an outer annular gap cross section (AS2) narrowing in a nozzle-like manner between the guide ring (11) and an external inner contour (Ki2) of the exchanger flange (500) or connecting fitting (800d), and the guide ring (11), viewed in the flow direction, subsequently forms an expanding outer annular gap cross section (ASE2) together with the external inner contour (Ki2). 21: 2011/ : 2011/07/26 43: 2012/01/26 51: B60R 71: NAICKER, Kalantheran 72: NAICKER, Kalantheran 54: A NUMBER PLATE MOUNTING MEANS This invention relates to number plate mounting means. It includes a first and a second body member. The first body member defines a mounting formation for mounting it to a vehicle. The body members define respectively a first and a second number plate edge receiving formation, each for receiving a part of the peripheral edge of the number plate. The body members are provided in an open configuration, providing for a number plate to be inserted into the first body member. With the number plate inserted into the first body member, the body members are relatively displaceable into a closed configuration, in which they irreleasably engage and in which at least a part of the length of each of a top edge, a bottom edge, and opposite side edges of the number plate is received in and held captive by the number plate edge receiving formations. Page 157

158 33: EP 31: : 2009/02/18 54: PHARMACEUTICAL COMPOSITION FOR INHALATION The present invention relates to a pharmaceutical composition for inhalation. The invention is further directed to a method for setting the performance characteristics of such a pharmaceutical composition and the use of such a composition in the treatment of asthma, COPD, allergies, infectious diseases and diseases of the cardiovascular system. 21: 2011/ : 2011/07/27 43: 2012/02/02 51: A01N, D06M 71: Beaulieu Group, LLC 72: MULL,Todd, LESSLIE, James, WADE, Danny S. 33: US 31: 61/143,108 32: 2009/01/07 54: METHOD AND TREATMENT COMPOSITION FOR IMPARTING DURABLE ANTIMICROBIAL PROPERTIES TO CARPET Methods and treatment compositions for imparting durable antimicrobial properties to carpet are provided The method includes applying a composition comprising a first antimicrobial compound and a fiuoropolymer to the carpet substrate The carpet substrate may be steamed thereafter The treatment composition may comprise a fluoropolymer, an antimicrobial compound selected from a group consisting of zinc pyrithione, a silvercontaining antimicrobial compound and combinations thereof, and a foamer Carpet products treated with the treatment composition or treated in accordance with the methods are also provided. 21: 2011/ : 2011/07/27 43: 2012/02/03 51: A61K 71: Sanofi SA 72: KAMLAG, Yorick, LEJEUNE, Morgane, MORTON, David Alexander Vodden 21: 2011/ : 2011/07/27 43: 2012/02/02 51: B32B 71: Evonik Röhm GmbH 72: NEUMANN, Claudius, SCHWAGER, Florian, SEYOUM, Ghirmay, BEER, Ekkehard 33: DE 31: : 2009/01/28 54: TRANSPARENT, WEATHER-RESISTANT BARRIER FILM, PRODUCTION BY LAMINATION, EXTRUSION LAMINATION OR EXTRUSION COATING The invention relates to a barrier film, in which a backing film (4) containing an inorganic barrier (3) (SiOx or AlOx) is combined with a weather-resistant protective layer (1) using lamination or extrusion coating, an adhesion promoter being used as the adhesive layer (2). 21: 2011/ : 2011/07/27 43: 2012/02/02 51: B01F, C07F 71: Lonza Ltd 72: WENGER, Wolfgang, ZUR TÄSCHLER, Cornelia 33: EP 31: : 2009/02/02 54: NOVEL TRICYANOBORATES The present invention relates to novel tricyanoborates of the general formula Catn+ [B(CN)3 (XR1)]-n, wherein R1 is C1-6 alkyl, C2-6 alkenyl, C6-10 aryl or benzyl; X is oxygen or sulfur; and Catn+ is a cation with n being 1 or 2, which is selected from the group consisting of an inorganic cation and an organic cation; and also their preparation and use. 21: 2011/ : 2011/07/27 43: 2012/02/02 51: A62B, B65H 71: Latchways Plc 72: JONES, Owain Page 158

159 33: GB 31: : 2009/02/20 54: FALL ARREST SYSTEM SAFETY DEVICE A safety device, such as a safety block, for use in a fall arrest system, has an exit arrangement for the safety line exiting the device; the exit arrangement being arranged to permit the safety line to exit the device over a range of different exit positions. The exit arrangement may be in the form of an elongate slot. When the safety line rewinds into the line drum, the position at which the line exits the slot may move along the slot. purpose of connecting that end to the coupling means (6) from underneath. 21: 2011/ : 27/07/ : 02/02/ : E06B 71: ANDERSON GARRETH 72: ANDERSON GARRETH 33: - 31: - 32: - 54: CLOSURE 57: A closure (door or window) made from a rectangular frame which is flush-glazed and which has an undercut channel with which hinges are engaged. 21: 2011/ : 2011/07/27 43: 2012/02/02 51: B63B 71: FMC Technologies SA 72: LE DEVEHAT, Renaud, MORILHAT, Eric 33: FR 31: : 2009/01/27 54: SYSTEM FOR TRANSFERRING A FLUID PRODUCT AND ITS IMPLEMENTATION The invention relates to a system for transfer of a fluid product and its use, comprising at least one tubular arrangement for conveying the product between two locations and having two segments (2a, 2b) articulated to each other by a first of their ends, the opposite end of a first of the two segments being rotatably suspended from a support arm (1 ) adapted to be installed at one of the two locations and the opposite end of the second segment being able to be connected to a coupling means adapted to be installed at the second location, first means (13, 15) for turning the first segment (2a) relative to the arm, for the purpose of lowering its first end from a storage position on the same side as the support arm and second means (33,11) for pulling up the end of the second segment (2b) which end is adapted to be linked to the coupling means for the 21: 2011/ : 2011/07/28 43: 2012/02/22 51: H04L 71: Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 72: FAN, Shuju, LI, Jing, MA, Xueli, WANG, Zongjie 33: CN 31: PCT/CN2009/ : 2009/03/03 54: SIGNAL ENCODING METHOD AND DEVICE, METHOD FOR ENCODING JOINT FEEDBACK SIGNAL A signal encoding method and apparatus, and a united feedback signal encoding method are provided by the embodiments of the present invention, wherein the signal encoding method includes that: in the situation that the two carriers of the dual carrier are both configured multi-input and multi-output (MIMO), the hybrid automatic repeat request-acknowledgment (HARQ-ACK) signals of the two carriers are combined to be a united feedback signal (101); and the united feedback signal is mapped to a code word based on the given Page 159

160 mapping relationship between the signal and the code word (102). A method is provided by the embodiments of the present invention for the feedback signals of the two carriers being encoded unitedly and transmitted in one code channel in the dual carrier multi-input and multi-output (DC-MIMO) mode, the code error rate and the incorrect detection cost are reduced, the power cost is saved, the cubic metric (CM) value would not be affected, and the system performance is improved. 21: 2011/ : 2011/07/28 43: 2012/02/22 51: A61K, C07K, C12N, C12Q, G01N 71: Valio Ltd 72: de VOS, Willem Meindert, PALVA, Airi, PALVA, Ilkka, REUNANEN, Justus, von OSSOWSKI, Ingemar, SATOKARI, Reeta, VESTERLUND, Satu, KANKAINEN, Matti, SALUSJÄRVI, Tuomas, TYNKKYNEN, Soile 33: FI 31: : 2009/02/02 33: US 31: 12/364,128 32: 2009/02/02 54: LACTOBACILLUS RHAMNOSUS PILUS POLYPEPTIDES AND METHODS FOR PRODUCING THEM The present invention relates to the fields of life sciences and food, feed or pharmaceutical industry. Specifically, the invention relates to novel peptides, pilus structures, polynucleotides as well as vectors, host cells, products and pharmaceutical compositions comprising the polynucleotides, peptides or pilus structures. The invention also relates to gene clusters and antibodies. Furthermore, the present invention relates to methods for producing the peptides or pilus structures or producing the products comprising the peptides or pilus structures. Furthermore, the present invention relates to treatments as well as uses and methods for screening bacterial strains, for reducing or inhibiting the adhesion of pathogenic bacteria, promoting the adhesion of bacterial cells to the mucus and for modifying immune response in a subject. Still, the present invention relates to methods for detecting probiotic bacterial strains or pathogen strains. 21: 2011/ : 2011/07/28 43: 2012/02/03 51: B02C, C12C 71: Heineken Supply Chain B.V. 72: MULDER, Hendrikus, VAN RIJN, Cornelis 33: EP 31: : 2009/02/05 54: METHOD OF PREPARING A LIQUID EXTRACT OF CEREAL GRAIN AND APPARATUS SUITABLE FOR USE IN SUCH METHOD The present invention provides a continuous method of preparing a liquid extract of cereal grain by comminuting cereal grain at a rate of at least 100 kg of dry cereal grain per hour and extracting the comminuted cereal grain with a liquid, said 5 method comprising: -continuously combining cereal grain with a liquid; -continuously disintegrating the grain particles contained within the liquid by colliding freely suspended grain particles with one or more rotating blades, thereby producing a milled suspension;10 - continuously transferring at least a part of the milled suspension, optionally after further treatment, to a separation device for separation into spent grain and liquid extract; wherein the one or more rotating blades are rotating at a tip speed of at least 10 m/s; the total mechanical energy transferred into the milled suspension by the one or more 15 rotating blades is in the range of k J per kg of dry cereal grain; and the distance between a tip of said one or more rotating blades and the axis of rotation is in the range of 2-25 cm. The invention also provides a system for comprising a milling apparatus and a separation device suitable for use in the aforementioned method.20 The present method and system offer several advantages, including savings on capital expenditure and maintenance, short milling times and hygienic design. 21: 2011/ : 29/07/ : 02/02/ : A47K 71: MORTON ALAN 72: MORTON ALAN 33: - 31: - 32: - 54: A TOILET PAPER DISPENSER 57: The invention provides a toilet paper dispenser which includes a housing, a shaft extending longitudinally through the housing, which has a dispensing end and an opposed end, and a holding Page 160

161 member attached to the shaft and which projects from the shaft to hold a roll of toilet paper in the first position, wherein the member at least partially locates within a core of a roll of toilet paper and wherein the member is inwardly biased when a force is applied to the toilet roll, in a first direction towards the dispensing end, to allow the roll to pass from the first position to a dispensing position. 21: 2011/ : 2011/07/29. 43: 2012/02/23 51: A01N 71: SUMITOMO CHEMICAL COMPANY, LIMITED 72: IKARI, KAORI 33: JP 31: : 2010/07/30 54: ANIMAL ECTOPARASITE-CONTROLLING AGENT The present invention provides an animal ectoparasite-controlling agent containing as an active ingredient a hydrazide compound represented by the formula (1) wherein R 3 represents a fluorine atom, a chlorine atom, a bromine atom, a methyl group, an ethyl group or a hydrogen atom, R 5 and R 6 are the same or different from each other and each represents a methyl group or a hydrogen atom. R 4 represents a C1-C6 alkyl group, which shows excellent controlling effects on animal ectoparasites. 21: 2011/ : 29/07/ : 06/02/ : 71: TALJAARD MARTIN 72: TALJAARD MARTIN 33: ZA 31: 2009/ : 2009/01/19 54: INSERTION TOOL 57: An insertion tool (10), which includes a blade (12), for carrying a tag (30) to be affixed to, or inserted into a product or product packaging, and a retaining device (14) for retaining a tag (30) to be inserted in position on the blade (12). 21: 2011/ : 2011/07/29 43: 2012/02/02 51: H04L 71: QUALCOMM Incorporated 72: AGRAWAL, Avneesh, SAMPATH, Ashwin, PALANKI, Ravi, BHUSHAN, Naga, BACHU, Raja Sekhar, KHANDEKAR, Aamod D. 33: US 31: 61/142,784 32: 2009/ : HEARABILITY IMPROVEMENTS FOR REFERENCE SIGNALS Systems and methodologies are described that facilitate providing high reuse for transmitting reference signals, such as positioning reference signals (PRS) and cell- specific reference signals Page 161

162 (CRS), to improve hearability thereof for applications such as trilateration and/or the like. In particular, PRSs can be transmitted in designated or selected positioning sub frames. Resource elements within the positioning sub frame can be selected for transmitting the PRSs and can avoid conflict with designated control regions, resource elements used for transmitting cell-specific reference signals, and/or the like. Resource elements for transmitting PRSs can be selected according to a planned or pseudorandom reuse scheme. In addition, a transmit diversity scheme can be applied to the PRSs to minimize impact of introducing the PRSs to legacy devices. Moreover, potions of a subframe not designated for PRS transmission can be utilized for user plane data transmission. 21: 2011/ : 2011/07/29 43: 2012/02/08 51: B61F 71: General Electric Company 72: GORSKI, Adrian, KUMAR, Ajith Kuttannair, WORDEN, Bret, ZHANG, Jingjun 33: US 31: 12/353,616 32: 2009/01/14 54: ASSEMBLY AND METHOD FOR VEHICLE SUSPENSION Truck assemblies, systems and methods are provided for transferring weight supported by various wheels, and axles. The vehicle suspension method includes operating the suspension in a first mode with a first effective suspension spring rate; and operating the suspension in a second mode with a second, different, effective suspension spring rate. Page 162

163 21: 2011/ : 2011/07/29 43: 2012/02/02 51: H04W 71: QUALCOMM Incorporated 72: CATOVIC, Amer, FLORE, Oronzo, GUPTA, Rajarshi, AGASHE, Parag A 33: US 31: 61/149,543 32: 2009/02/03 54: GEOGRAPHIC-BASED MEASUREMENT AND LOGGING OF RADIO COVERAGE RELATED INFORMATION BY MOBILE DEVICES Providing for automated wireless network signal analysis by mobile devices as a function of their geographic locations is described herein. By way of example, a wireless network can transmit a set of geographic data defining a geographic region to a mobile device. The mobile device can compare its current location to the geographic region, and begin measuring downlink signals, or recording such measurements when within the geographic region, and terminate the recording when the mobile device leaves the geographic region. Recorded measurements can be subsequently uploaded to the wireless network for analysis. In some aspects, the mobile device can refrain from uploading the measurements until within a defined reporting region. By providing mobile device network analysis triggered on device geographic location, analysis data that is well tailored to a particular problem area can be obtained, increasing quality of the analysis data and significantly reducing cost of acquiring such data. 21: 2011/ : 2011/07/29 43: 2012/02/08 51: B01L 71: Biocartis SA 72: DE GIER, Ronald, VERSLEEGERS, Jozef C. M. 33: EP 31: : 2009/04/15 54: PROTECTION OF BIOANALYTICAL SAMPLE CHAMBERS This invention relates to apparatus for performing bioanalytic processing and analysis. In particular, the present invention relates to a bioanalytical reaction device and a cartridge thereof. The cartridge (10) contains at least one sample chamber (34) in a platform (30) for storing biological samples, the bioanalytical reaction device can process and analyze. The platform is movably connected to a housing, such that the platform is movable by actuating an actuation means between a stowed position, in which the sample chamber is protected by the housing, and an extended position, in which the sample chamber is outside of the housing. Page 163

164 21: 2011/ : 2011/07/29 43: 2012/02/08 51: G01N 71: Biocartis SA 72: KOLESNYCHENKO, Aleksey, DE VRIES, Jorrit E., VERSLEEGERS, Jozef C. M., DE JONG, Michiel, HADDEMAN, Theodoor B. J., STROUCKEN, Louis 33: EP 31: : 2009/04/15 54: OPTICAL DETECTION SYSTEM FOR MONITORING rtpcr REACTION The invention relates to an optical detection system for monitoring real-time PCR reactions in a plurality of sample chambers ( ) with a plurality of optical units (106, 107). Due to a relative movement the optical units are relative to the sample chambers, color multiplexing and space multiplexing can be combined for optically detecting pathogens in a sample during the process of the PCR and delivering a quantitatively result. 21: 2011/ : 2011/07/29 43: 2012/02/08 51: A61F, A61L 71: Poly-Med, Inc. 72: SHALABY, Shalaby W., CLINKSCALES, Kenneth W., GRAY, Kenneth David 33: US 31: 12/378,221 32: 2009/02/12 54: RADIATION AND RADIOCHEMICALLY STERILIZED FIBER-REINFORCED, COMPOSITE URINOGENITAL STENTS A radiation and radiochemically sterilized, multicomponent, fiber-reinforced composite, absorbable/disintegratable urinogenital stent, such as an endoureteral stent, with radiomodulated residence time in the biological site of 1 to 10 weeks depending on the high energy radiation dose used for sterilization. 21: 2011/ : 2011/07/29 43: 2012/02/07 51: F21S, H05B 71: LED Roadway Lighting Ltd. 72: JOSEFOWICZ, Jack Yitzhak, WINTERS, Alan Shawn, CHEN, Qiuning, NEARY, Mark Adam 33: US 31: 61/147,653 32: 2009/01/27 54: POWER SUPPLY FOR LIGHT EMITTING DIODE ROADWAY LIGHTING FIXTURE Page 164

165 A high efficiency light emitting diode power supply for roadway lighting fixtures is provided. The power supply enables conditioning and monitoring of input power and monitors LEDs current to ensures consistent performance of the LED by changing a power correction factor. The LED output can also be adjusted based upon age or external input parameters and by modifying the power correction factor value. In addition, the LED output can be dimmed, turned down in output to a lower level at any time of night for a prescribed duration in order to further save energy. This dimming function uses a programming scheme that keeps track of the "seasons" (summer, fall, winter and spring) so that time of night is tracked accurately all year long. 21: 2011/ : 2011/07/29 43: 2012/02/09 51: A01N, C07C, C07D 71: Syngenta Limited 72: MATHEWS, Christopher John, FINNEY, John, SCUTT, James Nicholas, ROBINSON, Louisa, DELANEY, John Stephen 33: GB 31: : 2009/02/04 54: NOVEL HERBICIDES Compounds of Formula (I), wherein the substituents are as defined in claim 1, are suitable for use as herbicides. 21: 2011/ : 2011/07/29 43: 2012/02/03 51: A61K 71: Reata Pharmaceuticals, Inc. 72: ZHANG, Jiang, MEYER, Colin J. 33: US 31: 61/152,608 32: 2009/02/13 54: DELAYED RELEASE, ORAL DOSAGE COMPOSITIONS THAT CONTAIN AMORPHOUS CDDO-ME Pharmaceutical formulations exhibit a desirably low Cmax, among other properties, that contain particles of amorphous bardoxolone methyl, either in pure form or in the form of a solid dispersion, admixed with particles of a hydrophilic binding agent. Such formulations possess the advantage of higher oral bioavailability, relative to formulations based on the crystalline form of bardoxolone methyl. 21: 2011/ : 2011/07/29 43: 2012/02/07 51: C12Q 71: Asuragen, Inc. 72: LATHAM, Gary J. 33: US 31: 12/371,306 32: 2009/02/13 54: METHOD OF AMPLIFICATION OF GC-RICH DNA TEMPLATES Methods are provided for increasing the processivity of DNA polymerases on GC-rich templates. The methods relate to providing enhancers and biased ratios of dntps, and may be used in DNA Page 165

166 amplification reactions. The methods are useful for detecting genotypes associated with GC-rich repeats, including Fragile X Syndrome. 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/01 43: 2012/02/03 51: B01F, C02F 71: NALCO COMPANY 72: BRANNING, Merle L. 33: US 31: 12/349,286 32: 2009/01/06 54: IMPROVEMENT SEPARATION OF SOLIDS FROM LIQUIDS BY THE USE OF QUICK INVERTING AND DISPERSING FLOCCULANTS This invention is directed to methods for quickly inverting and dispersing a flocculant in a digestion process prior to the production of an aqueous slurry to achieve settlement of solids and clarification of the slurry water. In particular, this invention relates to methods for quickly inverting a flocculant-containing emulsion in-line without significantly destabilizing the emulsion. The methods comprise dosing water with at least one water-in-oil emulsion containing at least one of a flocculant polymer and a hydrophilic surfactant and subjecting the water and emulsion to a high shear, turbulent reverse flow, such that the combination of the surfactant and shear synergistically inverts the emulsion, so the flocculant may be directly injected. superior solid-liquid separation and process throughput. 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/01 43: 2012/02/03 51: B60R, G02B, G09F 71: Nippon Carbide Industries Co., Inc. 72: TAKAMATSU, Takeo, NAKAZAWA, Hiroki 33: JP 31: : 2010/07/30 54: RETROREFLECTIVE SHEETING AND VEHICLE LICENSE PLATE USING THE SAME Retroflective sheeting that is easily removed after being embossed and whose tear does not run into a portion other than the sign portion, and a retroreflective car license plate are provided.retroreflective sheeting (10), which is used for a car license plate (50) having an embossed sign portion and in which part of the retroreflective sheeting on the sign portion is removed and a plate base member (51) is exposed thereby, has an elongation of 120% or lower, a breaking strength of 10 N/inch or higher that is greater than an adhesive force thereof with respect to the plate base member (51) when measured in an environment at a temprature of 23 C and a humidity RH of 65%. 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/01 43: 2012/02/03 51: C01B, C01F 71: NALCO COMPANY 72: HAY, Daniel N.T., GILL, JASBIR S 33: US 31: 12/349,320 32: 2009/01/06 54: MODIFICATION OF PRECIPITATE MORPHOLOGY AND SETTLING CHARACTERISTICS IN ACID CONDITIONS The current invention relates to the modification of precipitate formed from an acidic slurry or solution resulting in decreased settling times and final solids bed volumes. The current invention uses an aqueous synthetic mixture comprising a phosphate, phosphonate, anionic polymer, anionic/cationic polymer blend or combinations thereof in the slurry and/or solution to improve clarification of the process stream. The claimed invention has a significant effect on precipitate morphology consequently improving settling characteristics and allowing for 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/01 43: 2012/02/08 51: A61K, C07K 71: GLAXOSMITHKLINE BIOLOGICALS S.A. 72: PRIEELS, Jean-Paul, BARAS, Benoit, GHEYSEN, Dirk, KNOTT, Isabelle, Solange, Lucie, TOUSSAINT, Jean-Francois 33: US 31: 61/153,060 32: 2009/02/17 54: INACTIVATED DENGUE VIRUS VACCINE WITH ALUMINIUM-FREE ADJUVANT Page 166

167 The present disclosure provides immunogenic compositions for the prevention and/or treatment of disease caused by dengue virus. an inner surface of the bag (16), a storage chamber (18) thereby being defined between the sheet member (12) and the bag (16), and an absorbent material (20) within the storage chamber (18). 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/01 43: 2012/02/02 51: B61F 71: General Electric Company 72: KUMAR, Ajith Kuttannair, WORDEN, Bret, MARLEY, Michael, IYER, Amit, GORSKI, Adrian 33: US 31: 12/353,625 32: 2009/01/14 54: VEHICLE AND TRUCK ASSEMBLY Truck assemblies, systems and methods are provided for transferring weight supported by various wheels, and axles. An example truck assembly may include a truck frame element, and a carrier coupled with the truck frame element. A bias may be configured to bias the carrier away from the truck frame element. An actuatable linkage arrangement may include a compliant linkage coupled with the carrier. The compliant linkage may pull the carrier against the bias in a first direction. 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/01 43: 2012/02/03 51: B01D 71: LE ROUX, James John, WILLIAMS, Desmond Richard 72: LE ROUX, James John, WILLIAMS, Desmond Richard 33: ZA 31: 2008/ : 2008/10/24 54: A BAG ARRANGEMENT FOR COLLECTING MATERIAL The invention relates to a bag arrangement (10) for collecting material. The bag arrangement (10) includes a bag (16) defining a mouth (14) through which material to be collected can be deposited. The bag arrangement (10) further includes at least one porous sheet or panel member (12) attached to 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/01 43: 2012/02/02 51: B01D 71: Evonik Degussa GmbH 72: SEILER, Matthias, ROLKER, Jörn, SCHNEIDER, Rolf, GLÖCKLER, Bernd, KOBUS, Axel, BENESCH, Wolfgang, RIETHMANN, Thomas, WINKLER, Hermann, REICH, Jens, BRÜGGEMANN, Helmut 33: DE 31: : 2009/02/02 54: CO2 ABSORPTION FROM GAS MIXTURES USING AN AQUEOUS SOLUTION OF 4-AMINO- 2,2,6,6-TETRAMETHYLPIPERIDINE CO2 is absorbed from a gas mixture by bringing the gas mixture into contact with an absorbent that comprises water and at least one amine of the formula (1), wherein R1 and R2, independently of each other, are hydrogen or an alkyl group. According to the invention, absorption media comprise sulfolane or an ionic liquid in addition to water and an amine of the formula (I). A device according to the invention for removing CO2 from a gas mixture comprises an absorption unit, a desorption unit, and a absorption medium according to the invention that is conducted in the circuit. Page 167

168 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/02 43: 2012/02/08 51: B61F, F16C 71: AMSTED RAIL COMPANY, INC. 72: MASON, Michael, HUBBARD, Paul, A. 33: US 31: 12/931,249 32: 2011/01/28 54: ROLLER BEARING BACKING RING ASSEMBLY A novel assembly for a railcar axle bearing is presented. The assembly includes a backing ring affixed to the fillet of the journal of an axle and a locking ring for further affixing the backing ring the journal. The locking ring has an inboard end affixed to the dust guard of the axle and an outboard end for engaging the backing ring. 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/02 43: 2012/02/06 51: A01N, A61K 71: Akebia Therapeutics Inc. 72: SHALWITZ, Robert, PETERS, Kevin Gene 33: US 31: 61/223,260 32: 2009/07/06 54: COMPOUNDS, COMPOSITIONS, AND METHODS FOR PREVENTING METASTASIS OF CANCER CELLS Disclosed are methods for preventing metastasis of cancer cells. The disclosed compounds can be used to prevent the spread of tumor or other types of cancer cells. 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/02 43: 2012/02/07 51: A01N, A61K 71: Akebia Therapeutics Inc. 72: SHALWITZ, Robert, PETERS, Kevin Gene 33: US 31: 61/144,022 32: 2009/01/12 54: METHODS FOR TREATING VASCULAR LEAK SYNDROME Disclosed are methods for treating Vascular Leak Syndrome. Further disclosed are methods for treating vascular leakage due to inflammatory diseases, inter alia, sepsis, lupus, irritable bowel disease. Yet further disclosed are methods for treating renal cell carcinoma and melanoma. Still further disclosed are methods for reducing metastasis of malignant cells and/or preventing the proliferation of carcinoma cells via spreading due to vascular leakage. 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/02 43: 2012/02/08 51: B60F: E01B 71: WATER GENETICS CC 72: SMITH, Ronald George 33: ZA 31: 2010/ : 2010/08/30 54: A RAMP ARRANGEMENT FOR A ROAD-AND- RAIL CAR This invention relates to a ramp arrangement for a road-and-rail car including a front and a rear wheel arrangement, each including a pair of opposite, outer road wheels and a pair of smaller diameter, inner rail wheels. The ramp arrangement is for transferring the car from a road wheel surface to a railway or vice versa. It includes, on opposite sides of the railway, two ramps defining upper support surfaces for the respective road wheels of each wheel arrangement of the car. The support surfaces define a longitudinal elevational profile of which the level progressively descends relative to that of the rails in one longitudinal direction of the rails to define a Page 168

169 converging zone extending from a first longitudinal position to a second longitudinal position along which the longitudinal elevational profile converges towards parallel to the rails at the second longitudinal position. 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/02 43: 2012/02/08 51: G06Q: G06F 71: BIDWISER CC 72: MNGADI, Ngema Thebenare 54: A METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR ONLINE AUCTIONING The invention relates to a method (300, 400) and system (100) of online auctioning by an auction operator (103). The method (300, 400) includes requiring at least one ebid to allow a bidder to bid for the item and includes awarding ebids in one of two ways: a first option in which a bidder (111) is a member of a loyalty programme affiliated with the auction operator (103) and in which the member bidder (111) is awarded ebids automatically by virtue of membership or by participation in the loyalty programme; and a second option in which the bidder (113) is not a member of a loyalty programme affiliated with the auction operator (103), in which the non-member bidder (113) is required to pay a refundable money deposit to be allowed to bid in the auction, and in which the non-member bidder (113) is awarded ebids in response to payment of the deposit. 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/02 43: 2012/02/03 51: G01N 71: Johnson Matthey PLC 72: CROUD, Brian Vincent, MCCALLIEN, Duncan William John, EDWORTHY, Ian Stuart 33: GB 31: : 2009/02/03 54: METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR MEASURING FLUORESCENCE IN LIQUIDS The invention concerns a method of tagging a bulk material with a fluorescent marker compound and subsequently identifying the fluorescent compound by measuring its fluorescent emission, wherein the fluorescence of the tagged sample is measured before and after quenching the fluorescent compound in order to correct the measured fluorescence for the effect of the inherent fluorescent properties of the bulk material itself. The measurement may be further corrected to account for the absorbance of the material which is also known to have an effect on the measured fluorescence. Apparatus for carrying out the method is also described. Page 169

170 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/03 43: 2012/02/08 51: H02J 71: Zbb Energy Corporation 72: SEEKER, Steven, DENNIS, Kevin, HUGHES, Mike 33: US 31: 12/355,169 32: 2009/01/16 54: METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR CONTROLLING A HYBRID POWER SYSTEM The present invention provides a simplified method of controlling power among the various sources and loads in a power system (10). Power generating sources are each connected to a common DC bus (50) through a converter (20) designed to optimize power flow to the DC bus (50). A DC storage device (40) is connected to the common DC bus (50) through a power regulator (30) designed to maintain a constant voltage on the DC bus (50). Further, an inverter (60) may be provided to convert the DC voltage to an AC voltage for a customer load or for connection to the utility grid. Each power conversion device is independently controlled to provide a modular and simplified power control system (10). 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/03 43: 2012/02/09 51: F23K 71: HIMMELFREUNDPOINTNER, Kurt 72: HIMMELFREUNDPOINTNER, Kurt 33: AT 31: A 54/ : 2009/01/15 54: METHOD AND DEVICE FOR DELIVERING DELIVERABLE MATERIALS The invention relates to a method and to a device for delivering deliverable materials through a hollow chamber that is closed off from the outside air in a pressure-tight manner and that is supplied with materials (1) via a storage container (2) serving as a lock and that ends in the furnace chamber via a connecting tube. The delivery of the materials within the hollow chamber closed off from the outside air in a pressure-tight manner is carried out by means of depressurized mechanical conveyors (3, 5). Page 170

171 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/03 43: 2012/02/08 51: B21B, B21C, B21D 71: Sumitomo Metal Industries, Ltd. 72: TOMIZAWA, Atsushi, KUBOTA, Hiroaki 33: JP 31: : 2009/01/14 54: HOLLOW MEMBER AND AN APPARATUS AND METHOD FOR ITS MANUFACTURE Disclosed are a lightweight hollow member, which is highly strong, at e.g., 780 MPa or greater, has complex shapes applicable to automotive components, is highly rigid, and has excellent impact characteristics, and a manufacturing device and manufacturing method, which can form the hollow member by a simple process and have a relatively small and inexpensive molding machine. Disclosed is a manufacturing device (10) that is equipped with a feed unit (11) for feeding a hollow steel material (20) with a closed horizontal cross-sectional shape to the lengthwise direction thereof, a support unit (12), which supports this fed material (20) at a first position (A), a heating unit (13), which heats the material (20) at a second position (B), a horizontal cross-sectional shape change unit (14), which performs work to change the horizontal crosssectional shape of the material (20) at a third position (C), and a cooling unit (15), which cools the material (20) at a fourth position (D). 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/03 43: 2012/02/08 51: C07D 71: GODAVARI BIOREFINERIES LTD. 72: SINGH, Om, Vir, TAPADIYA, Sarika, Madhusudan, DESHMUKH, Rahul, Ganpat 33: IN 31: 234/MUM/ : 2009/02/05 54: PROCESS FOR THE SYNTHESIS OF CLEISTANTHIN The present invention relates to a process for preparing compound of formula (I) that is Cleistanthin A. The process comprises the steps of reacting compound of formula (II) with compound of formula (III) in the presence of a first solvent, quarternary ammonium salt and first alkali to form compound of formula (IV). The compound of formula (IV) is further treated with a second solvent and a second alkali to form compound of formula (I). The present invention also relates to the preparation of salt of compound of formula (IV) that is Cleistanthin A acetate. 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/03 43: 2012/02/08 51: A47K, B67D 71: SIU, Siu Wai Sam 72: SIU, Siu Wai Sam 33: JP 31: : 2009/02/06 54: SOAP DISPENSER A soap dispenser (1) comprises a hollow housing (2) which is composed of a displaceable liquidsqueezing plate (3) and a base plate (4), a liquid Page 171

172 vessel (7) arranged in the housing (2), an air inlet valve (8) fixed at the end of the liquid vessel (7), a dispensing orifice (12) connected to the fore end of the liquid vessel (7), a vent outlet (11) arranged in said dispenser orifice. Wherein, said liquidsqueezing plate is provided with a panel or frame (14) having a picture or characters thereon, and said liquid-squeezing plate (3) and said base plate (4) are connected by a bolt (5) so that said liquid-squeezing plate is replaceable. A pattern or a commercial advertising can be inserted into a blank panel of the liquid-squeezing plate to prettify the appearance of the liquid-squeezing plate and provide an opportunity in regard to advertising. and a second channel (3) which connects a gas outlet of the tank to the filling station and makes it possible to transfer the gases to be discharged from the tank to the filling station, where said gases will be discharged to the outside, the station comprising a means (23) for detecting the presence of cryogenic liquid in the gas transferred to the station, the detection information being transmitted to a unit for acquiring and processing data, inside or outside the station, suitable for automatically stopping the filling apparatus when the tank is considered to be full. 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/03 43: 2012/02/03 51: F17C 71: L'Air Liquide, Société Anonyme pour l'etude et l'exploitation des Procédés Georges Claude 72: KEMPEN, Carinne, MOREL-JEAN, Serge, THOMAS, Michael 33: FR 31: : 2009/02/19 54: METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR FILLING A TANK WITH A CRYOGENIC LIQUID The invention relates to a method for filling a tank with a cryogenic liquid from a storage unit (1), a filling process during which a part of the cryogenic liquid is transformed into a gas phase in the tank, and in which, during the filling, at least part of the gas thus formed is discharged, characterised in that the method comprises providing a filling station (5) containing a first channel (2) which connects the storage unit to the tank and enables the transfer of cryogenic liquid from the storage unit to the tank, 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/03 43: 2012/02/08 51: A01N, C07D 71: Syngenta Limited 72: MATHEWS, Christopher John, FINNEY, John, SCUTT, James Nicholas, ROBINSON, Louisa, DELANEY, John Stephen 33: GB 31: : 2009/02/04 54: NOVEL HERBICIDES Compounds of Formula (I), wherein the substituents are as defined in claim 1, are suitable for use as herbicides. Page 172

173 GPS tracking device, an articulated lighting arrangement and a back up fuel powered generator. 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/03 43: 2012/02/08 51: A61K, A61P, C07K, C12N, G01N 71: Daiichi Sankyo Company, Limited 72: KAWAIDA, Reimi, OHTSUKA, Toshiaki, AGATSUMA, Toshinori, RODLEY, Philip, MILLER, Sandra, SCHUBERT, Ulrike 33: US 31: 61/151,411 32: 2009/02/10 54: ANTI-MST1R ANTIBODIES AND USES THEREOF The present disclosure provides recombinant antigen-binding regions and antibodies and functional fragments containing such antigen-binding regions that are specific for MST1R, which plays an integral role in various disorders or conditions, such as cancer. These antibodies, accordingly, can be used to treat these and other disorders and conditions. Antibodies of the disclosure also can be used in the diagnostics field, as well as for further investigating the role of MST1R in the progression of disorders associated with tumors. The disclosure also provides nucleic acid sequences encoding the foregoing antibodies, vectors containing the same, pharmaceutical compositions and kits with instructions for use. 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/03 43: 2012/02/08 51: F21L, F21V 71: Planelec Services Pty Ltd 72: KEDWELL, Adrian 33: AU 31: : 2010/08/03 54: SOLAR LIGHTING TOWER A solar lighting tower is described including an array of solar panels of adjustable pitch, a wind speed detector, a pneumatically operated powered retractable mast, a high voltage proximity detector, a 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/04 43: 2012/02/08 51: C12N 71: Novozymes A/S 72: KREISZ, Stefan, HELDT-HANSEN, Hans Peter, OESTERGAARD, Peter Rahbek, FREDERIKSEN, Anne Mette, BAEKGAARD, Lone 33: EP 31: : 2009/02/19 54: A BREWING METHOD A method of brewing a beer comprising contacting a mash during lautering, and/or a wort after lautering but before wort boiling, with a thermostable protease. 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/04 43: 2012/02/08 51: C12N 71: Deinove, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique 72: LEONETTI, Jean-Paul, TEXIER, Stéphanie 33: EP 31: : 2009/01/19 33: US 31: 61/145,606 32: 2009/01/19 54: METHODS FOR ISOLATING BACTERIA Page 173

174 The present invention relates to compositions and methods to identify novel bacteria and metabolites derived therefrom. More specifically, the invention describes a novel method to isolate bacteria producing metabolites of interest from environmental samples. Particularly, the invention discloses a method to select rare antibiotic producing bacteria. The invention can be used from any sample and allows the isolation of bacteria having e.g., pharmaceutical or agrochemical interest. 54: SODIUM SALT OF 5-CYCLOPROPYL-2-{[2- (2,6- DIFLUOROPHENYL)PYRIMIDIN-5- YL]AMINO}BENZOIC ACID AS DHODH INHIBITOR The present invention is directed to the sodium salt of 5-cyclopropyl-2-{[2-(2,6- difluorophenyl)pyrimidin- 5-yl]amino}benzoic acid and pharmaceutically acceptable solvates thereof. 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/04 43: 2012/02/08 51: A61K, A61P, C07D 71: ALMIRALL, S.A. 72: GARCIA GONZALEZ, Nuria, SERRA MASIA, Xavier, CARRERA CARRERA, Francesc, JULIA JANE, Montserrat, DEBETHUNE, Laurent 33: EP 31: : 2009/03/13 54: ADDITION SALTS OF TROMETHAMINE WITH AZABIPHENYLAMINOBENZOIC ACID DERIVATIVES AS DHODH INHIBITORS The present invention is directed to novel crystalline addition salts of (i) tromethamine with (ii) an azabiphenylaminobenzoic acid derivatives of formula (I) wherein R1 is selected from the group consisting of C1-C4 alkyl, C3-C4 cycloalkyl and -CF3, G1 is selected from nitrogen atoms and CH, C(CH3) and C(CF3) groups, and G2 represents a phenyl group optionally substituted with one or two substituents selected from chloro, fluoro, methoxy, ethoxy, isopropoxy, trifluoromethoxy, CF3, and -CONR7R8, wherein R7 is hydrogen and R8 is cyclopropyl or R7 and R8 together with the nitrogen atom to which they are attached form a group of formula (IA) wherein n is 1. and pharmaceutically acceptable solvates thereof. 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/04 43: 2012/02/08 51: A61P, C07D 71: ALMIRALL, S.A. 72: GARCIA GONZALEZ, Nuria, SERRA MASIA, Xavier, CARRERA CARRERA, Francesc, JULIA JANE, Montserrat, DEBETHUNE, Laurent 33: EP 31: : 2009/03/13 Page 174

175 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/04 43: 2012/02/08 51: A61K, A61P, C07D 71: ALMIRALL, S.A. 72: CARRERA CARRERA, Francesc, PEREZ GARCIA, Juan, Bautista, GARCIA MARTIN, Digna, José, BOIX BERNARDINI, Maria, Carmen 33: EP 31: : 2009/03/13 54: ADDITION SALTS OF AMINES CONTAINING HYDROXYL AND/OR CARBOXYLIC GROUPS WITH AMINO NICOTINIC ACID DERIVATIVES AS DHODH INHIBITORS The present invention is directed to novel watersoluble pharmaceutically acceptable, crystalline addition salts of (i) an amine containing one or more hydroxyl and/or carboxylic groups with (ii) amino nicotinic acid derivatives of formula (I) wherein Ra, Rb, Rc and Rd independently represent groups selected from hydrogen atoms, halogen atoms, C1-4 alkyl groups which may be optionally substituted by 1, 2 or 3 substituents selected from halogen atoms and hydroxy groups, and C1-4 alkoxy groups which may be optionally substituted by 1, 2 or 3 substituents selected from halogen atoms and hydroxy groups, and pharmaceutically acceptable solvates thereof. 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/04 43: 2012/02/10 51: A61K, A61P 71: Cylene Pharmaceuticals, Inc. 72: DRYGIN, Denis, HO, Caroline B., BLIESATH, Joshua R., PROFFITT, Christopher B., O'BRIEN, Sean, ANDERES, Kenna 33: US 31: 61/143,282 32: 2009/01/08 54: COMBINATION THERAPIES FOR NEOPLASTIC DISORDERS The present application is generally directed to compounds, compositions and methods of combination therapy for the treatment of neoplastic disorders. 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/04 43: 2012/02/15 51: G06F, H02J 71: Accenture Global Services Limited 72: TAFT, Jeffrey D. 54: METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR REDUCING FEEDER CIRCUIT LOSS USING DEMAND RESPONSE Page 175

176 A system and method that analyzes at least one aspect of the power grid for demand response in order to reduce feeder circuit losses is provided. The system and method may use a demand response model to select one or more factors for the demand response (such as selecting a subset of customers for demand response from a larger pool of available demand response customers). The demand response model may include a grid structure component (such as an indication of the particular customer's position in the grid) and a dynamic operation component (such as a real-time measurement of current in the feeder circuit). By using the demand response model, feeder circuit losses may thereby reduced. 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/05 43: 2012/02/08 51: A61K, A61P, C07D 71: Merck Sharp & Dohme Corp., Merck Canada Inc. 72: BERTHELETTE, Carl, BOYD, Michael, COLUCCI, John, VILLENEUVE, Karine, METHOT, Joey, 33: US 31: 61/154,968 32: 2009/02/24 54: INDOLE DERIVATIVES AS CRTH2 RECEPTOR ANTAGONISTS Compound of formula (I) are antagonists of the PGD2 receptor, CRTH2, and as such are useful in the treatment and/or prevention of CRTH2-mediated diseases such as asthma. 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/05 43: 2012/02/08 51: E04B, E04H 71: Blue Planet Buildings (UK) Limited 72: WILSON, Derick 33: GB 31: : 2009/02/05 54: MODULAR ASSEMBLY SHELTER Modular assembly shelter apparatus (101) for, and a method of, providing a rigid shelter (201) comprising a solar powered electricity supply circuit. Apparatus (101) manually configurable from a portable unit configuration (1701) into an assembled configuration providing a rigid shelter comprising a solar powered electricity supply circuit. A rigid shelter comprising a solar powered electricity supply circuit manually configurable into reusable disassembled parts (1901). Wall elements (105) are releasably connectable between a base element (102) and a roof element (103). Corner elements (104) are used to define a unit (1207). Apparatus (101) comprising a plurality of units (1207, 1208) that may be arranged as a single storey shelter or as a multi-storey shelter. Apparatus (101) comprising external shelter elements (103, 105) having solar energy collector cells that form part of the external element. A shipping container arrangement comprising a plurality of stacked portable unit configurations (1701). Page 176

177 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/05 43: 2012/02/08 51: A61K, A61P 71: STIEFEL RESEARCH AUSTRALIA PTY LTD 72: LOUPENOK, Leon 33: US 31: 61/202,403 32: 2009/02/25 54: TOPICAL FOAM COMPOSITION The present invention relates to a novel oil in water emulsion aerosol foam composition containing an active agent for the treatment of various chronic and acute skin conditions, particularly acne and psoriasis; and processes for preparing the emulsion aerosol foam compositions. In particular, the present invention relates to oil in water emulsion aerosol foam compositions containing a retinoid in the oil phase. 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/05 43: 2012/02/08 51: A61K, A61P, C07D 71: Merck Patent GmbH 72: STIEBER, Frank, SCHADT, Oliver, DORSCH, Dieter, BLAUKAT, Andree 33: DE 31: : 2009/01/07 54: BENZOTHIAZOLONE DERIVATIVE The invention relates to compounds of the formula I, where R1, R2, R3, R3', R4, R4', E, E', E" and E"' have the meanings given in claim 1, being inhibitors of tyrosine kinases, in particular met kinase, and can be used for treating tumors, among other uses. 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/05 43: 2012/02/06 51: A61F, A61L, A61M 71: SMITH & NEPHEW PLC 72: GREENER, Bryan 33: GB 31: : 2009/02/13 54: WOUND PACKING The present invention relates to a wound packing material, suitable for use in negative pressure wound therapy, comprising a body of a porous material, the body comprising frangible regions defining a plurality of portions, the frangible regions allowing the portions to be selectively removed from the body. The invention further relates to methods of manufacturing the wound packing material, and to methods of its use. 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/05 43: 2012/02/07 51: A61K, A61P, C07D 71: Merck Patent GmbH 72: DORSCH, Dieter, SCHADT, Oliver, STIEBER, Frank, BLAUKAT, Andree 33: DE 31: : 2009/01/07 54: PYRIDAZINONE DERIVATIVES The invention relates to compounds of formula (I) wherein D, R1, R2, R3 and R4 are defined as in claim 1. The compounds according to the invention are tyrosine kinase inhibitors, especially Met kinase inhibitors and can be used, inter alia, to treat tumors. Page 177

178 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/05 43: 2012/02/07 51: A61K, A61P, C07D 71: Merck Patent GmbH 72: DORSCH, Dieter, SCHADT, Oliver, STIEBER, Frank, BLAUKAT, Andree 33: DE 31: : 2009/01/08 54: PYRIDAZINONE DERIVATIVES The invention relates to compounds of formula (I) wherein D, R1, R2, R3 and R4 are defined as in claim 1. The compounds according to the invention are tyrosine kinase inhibitors, especially Met kinase inhibitors and can be used, inter alia, to treat tumors. 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/05 43: 2012/02/07 51: A61K, A61P, C07D 71: Merck Patent GmbH 72: BECKER, Axel, KUEHN, Clemens, SAAL, Christoph, SCHADT, Oliver, DORSCH, Dieter, BOKEL, Heinz-Hermann, STIEBER, Frank, DONINI, Christina 33: EP 31: : 2009/01/08 54: NOVEL POLYMORPHIC FORMS OF 3-(1-{3-[5- (1-METHYL-PIPERIDIN-4YLMETHOXY)- PYRIMIDIN-2-YL]-BENZYL}-6-OXO-1,6-DIHYDRO- PYRIDAZIN-3-YL)-BENZONITRILE HYDROCHLORIDE SALT AND PROCESSES OF MANUFACTURING THEREOF The present invention relates to hydrochloride solvates of 3-(1-{3-[5-(1-methyl-piperidin-4- ylmethoxy)-pyrimidin-2-yl]-benzyl}-6-oxo-1,6-dihydropyridazin-3-yl)-benzonitrile and crystalline modifications thereof. The present invention further relates to processes of manufacturing these crystalline modifications as well as their use in the treatment and/or prophylaxis of physiological and/or pathophysiological conditions, which are caused, mediated and/or propagated by the inhibition, regulation and/or modulation of signal transduction of kinases, in particular by the inhibition of tyrosine kinases, e.g. pathophysiological conditions such as cancer. 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/05 43: 2012/02/07 51: C22B 71: Minex Technologies Limited 72: BOWELL, Robert John, WILLIAMS, Keith Phillip, DEY, Brian Matthew 33: GB 31: : 2009/01/16 54: METAL RECOVERY FROM METALLURGICAL WASTE BY CHLORIDISING A process for recovering a metal chloride or mixed metal chloride from a solid waste material comprising recoverable metal containing constituents produced by lead, copper or zinc smelting and refining processes, said process comprising the steps of: (i) heating the solid waste material; (ii) treating the heated material of step (i) with a gaseous chloride to form a gaseous metal chloride containing product;and (iii) treating the gaseous metal chloride containing product of step (ii) to recover the metal chloride or mixed metal chloride. The metal chloride may be further treated to extract the metal itself. 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/05 43: 2012/02/07 51: B62D 71: International Truck Intellectual Property Company, LLC 72: GRUBER, Rudolf, LEHTI, Mike 33: US 31: 12/883,663 32: 2010/09/16 Page 178

179 54: SLIDABLY ADJUSTABLE FIFTH WHEEL HITCH ASSEMBLY FOR A VEHICLE AND CONTROL SYSTEM FOR THE SAME An automatically adjustable fifth wheel assembly for a vehicle and trailer combination that adjusts the position of the trailer relative to the vehicle is disclosed. with the other frames (3, 4, 5), for supporting a mattress (18) on its other side, and mechanisms (9,10,11,12, 13) for the displacement of the frames (3, 4, 5, 6) and of a backrest (8) and supporting foot (7) in relation to one another and with respect to the base (2), between: a stable configuration as a sofa or armchair, wherein the frames (3, 4, 5, 6) remain inside the base (2), where they identify a cavity for containing the folded mattress; a stable configuration as a bed wherein the frames (3, 4, 5, 6) extend forwards, becoming aligned to define a horizontal resting surface that extends beyond the base (2) and is supported by the foot (7), while the backrest (8) moves underneath the resting surface; and a stable configuration as a recliner, wherein, by comparison with the configuration as an armchair or sofa, the backrest (8) is tilted further backwards and the particular frame (6) extends further forwards and/or is tilted upwards. 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/05 43: 2012/02/08 51: A47C 71: Comodo Italia s.r.l. 72: BALDASSARRA, Dionisio 33: IT 31: MI2009A : 2009/02/13 54: STRUCTURAL FRAMEWORK FOR CONVERTIBLE ARMCHAIR OR SOFA A structural framework (1) for a convertible armchair or sofa comprising a box-shaped base (2) supporting a plurality of frames (3, 4, 5, 6) hinged to one another, including a particular frame (6) suitable, alone, for directly or indirectly supporting a seat cushion (19) on one of its sides and, in combination 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/08 43: 2012/02/08 51: A61K 71: Pharmasurgics In Sweden AB 72: MAHLAPUU, Margit, MÜNNICH, Mattias, SJÖSTRAND, Veronika 33: SE 31: : 2009/01/13 54: HYLAURONIC ACID CONTAINING COMPOSITIONS FOR TREATMENT OF WOUNDS, SCARS, POST-SURGICAL ADHESION FORMATION Page 179

180 The present invention relates to pharmaceutical compositions enhancing the therapeutic effect of biologically active peptides, especially peptides derived from human lactoferrin. The compositions are useful for the treatment and/or prevention of wounds, scars, and post surgical adhesions. 71: QUALCOMM Incorporated 72: GAAL, Peter, LUO, Xiliang, CHEN, Wanshi, MONTOJO, Juan, ZHANG, Xiaoxia 33: US 31: 61/149,209 32: 2009/ : UPLINK OPEN-LOOP SPATIAL MULTIPLEXING IN WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS Systems and methodologies are described that facilitate cycling through precoders for transmitting wireless network communications in a time domain. The precoders can be cycled according to a precoder sequence for each data symbol transmission. When the last precoder is selected the cycle can begin again, a new precoder sequence can be received or defined, and/or the like. A precoder sequence related to a subset of precoders present in a wireless device can be defined sequentially, cyclically shifted according to an identifier or one or more communications parameters, randomly, pseudo-randomly according to an identifier or one or more communications parameters, and/or the like. In addition, the precoder sequence can be utilized to select a precoder for one or more retransmissions. Such cycling of precoders can increase transmit diversity. 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/08 43: 2012/02/08 51: C02F 71: NALCO COMPANY 72: GILL, JASBIR S, HAY, Daniel N.T. 33: US 31: 12/371,674 32: 2009/02/16 54: SCALE INHIBITION IN ACID AQUEOUS SYSTEMS The current invention relates to the inhibition of scale deposits in an acidic slurry or solution. The current invention uses an aqueous synthetic mixture comprising a phosphate, phosphonate, anionic polymer, or combinations thereof in the slurry and/or solution to inhibit scale during the processing of ore. The production of scale in an acidic environment is difficult because of the acidic solution neutralizing most known inhibitors. The claimed invention has a significant decrease in the scale production allowing for reduced down time of systems for de-scaling procedures. 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/08 43: 2012/02/08 51: H04B, H04L Page 180

181 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/08 43: 2012/02/08 51: H04L 71: Sony Corporation 72: SCHWAGER, Andreas, LU, Weiyun, STADELMEIER, Lothar 33: EP 31: : 2009/03/27 54: DIVISION OF BIT STREAMS TO PRODUCE SPATIAL PATHS FOR MULTICARRIER TRANSMISSION The present invention relates to the field of bit-de- /multiplexing in multicarrier MIMO communication systems (e.g. precoded spatial multiplexing MIMO communication systems using adaptive OFDM). The present invention especially relates to a multicarrier MIMO transmitter and a multicarrier MIMO receiver. The multicarrier MIMO transmitter according to the present invention comprises a demultiplexer and symbol mapper unit for receiving an input bit stream and generating a plurality of symbol streams, each symbol stream being associated with a different transmission channel and comprising a plurality of data symbols, each data symbol being attributed to a different carrier; one or more multicarrier modulators for generating at least two multicarrier modulated signals based on the symbol streams; and at least two transmit ports for respectively transmitting the at least two multicarrier modulated signals, wherein a data throughput rate of each transmission channel is separately variable. 54: SHORT CIRCUIT CONTROL FOR HIGH CURRENT PULSE POWER SUPPLY A power supply circuit apparatus, and method for controlling the same, includes multiple power supplies connected to a load via power channels and a controller. The controller detects a short circuit in the power supply based on a measured load input current. 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/08. 43: 2012/02/13 51: H01H, H02H, H03K 71: Kidde Technologies, Inc. 72: ISAACSON, Michael, WYATT, Johnny Dewayne, MOSES, Junior Ghannet 33: US 31: 12/887,559 32: : 2011/ : 2011/08/08 43: 2012/02/08 51: C07F 71: Weyerhaeuser NR Company 72: WHITEHURST, Garnett Brooks, WHITEHURST, Brooks Morris 33: US 31: 12/378,493 32: 2009/02/17 54: BUFFERED AMINO ALCOHOL SOLUTIONS OF N-(N-BUTYL) THIOPHOSPHORIC TRIAMIDE (NBPT) AND UREA FERTILIZERS USING SUCH SOLUTIONS AS UREASE INHIBITORS Reduced volatility of urea fertilizers are prepared in accordance with the present invention by first preparing an N-(n-butyl)-thiophosphoric triamide (NBPT) solution by dissolving NBPT in a mixture of an amino alcohol having the formula 1 - (H)x- N((CH2)m-OH)n where m is 1-3, x is 0 or 1, and n is Page 181

182 2 when x is 1 and 3 when x is 0: or the fomula 2 (H)y-N-((CH2) CHOH CH3)z such that the length of the carbon chain where the secondary hydroxyl group is located is 3, y is 0 or 1, and z is 2 when y is 1 and 3 when y is 0, and a carboxylic acid having 6 or fewer carbon atoms. The solution is then combining with a urea fertilizer in granular or liquid form. average mass flow density which can be controlled in the full load operation does not fall below a predetermined minimum mass flow density in the second steam generator tubes (14). 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/08 43: 2012/02/21 51: C05C 71: Weyerhaeuser NR Company 72: WHITEHURST, Garnett Brooks, WHITEHURST, Brooks Morris 33: US 31: 12/378,499 32: 2009/02/17 54: AMINO ALCOHOL SOLUTIONS OF N-(N- BUTYL) THIOPHOSPHORIC TRIAMIDE (NBPT) AND UREA FERTILIZERS USING SUCH SOLUTIONS AS UREASE INHIBITORS A method of producing reduced volatility of urea fertilizers comprising: dissolving N- (n-butyl)- thiophosphoric triamide (NBPT) in an amino alcohol having the formula 1 - (H). 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/08 43: 2012/02/08 51: F01K, F22B 71: Siemens Aktiengesellschaft 72: BRÜCKNER, Jan, FRANKE, Joachim, SCHLUND, Gerhard 33: DE 31: : 2009/03/09 54: ONCE-THROUGH EVAPORATOR The invention relates to a continuous evaporator (1) for a horizontally constructed waste heat steam generator (2), which comprises a first evaporator heating surface (8) having a plurality of essentially vertically arranged first steam generator tubes (13) through which a flow medium can flow from bottom to top, and a second evaporator heating surface (10) which is mounted downstream of the first evaporator heating surface (8) on the flow medium side. Said second evaporator heating surface comprises a plurality of additional essentially vertically arranged second steam generator tubes (14) through which a flow medium can flow from bottom to top. The aim of the invention is to produce a continuous evaporator which is simple to construct and which has a long service life. As a result, the second steam generator tubes (14) are designed in such a manner that the 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/08 43: 2012/02/21 51: A61K 71: Freie Universität Berlin 72: ERDMANN, Volker, WYSZKO, Eliza 33: DE 31: : 2009/02/06 54: PHARMACEUTICAL COMPOSITION CONTAINING L-RIBOZYME FOR TREATING ADVERSE REACTIONS BY ADMINISTERING SPIEGELMERS The invention relates to the use of an L-ribozyme, which is capable of splitting an L-RNA in the region of a target sequence of the L-RNA, in order to produce a pharmaceutical composition for treating undesired physiological adverse reactions due to the administration of a therapeutic molecule containing the L-RNA. Alternatively, an endogenous target RNA may also be split by the L-ribozyme. 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/10 43: 2012/02/14 51: G06K 71: MASCO CORPORATION 72: BARNETT, Thomas, Alan, IOTT, Jeffrey 33: US 31: 12/419,449 32: 2009/04/07 54: SENSOR DEVICE POWERED THROUGH RF HARVESTING An example sensor device for a wireless system includes a receiver, an energy harvester and a transmitter. The receiver receives a signal and the Page 182

183 energy harvester converts the signal into useable energy. The transmitter utilizes the useable energy to actuate a load. 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/10 43: 2012/02/16 51: E06C, F16B 71: Smart Level Company B.V. 72: BUS, Karolus Theodorus Wilhelmina Maria 33: EP 31: : 2009/02/11 54: APPARATUS, SUCH AS A LADDER, COMPRISING EXTENDABLE LEGS The invention relates to a supporting element (2) for an object. The supporting element comprises a first leg member (22) and a second leg member (20). The first leg member is axially movable relative to the second leg member for axially extending the support member. The first leg member comprises a house (32) that is arranged for slidably receiving the second leg member. The house comprises a locking element (30) having a locking position for locking the relative axial movement of the first leg member with respect to the second leg member, and having an open position for enabling relative axial movement of the two members. A catch (34) may be provided in the locking element. The catch may be tiltably movable within the house for alternately acquiring the locking position and the open position of the locking element. The catch may comprise a cavity (40) receiving the second leg, wherein the cavity has a stopping surface (47) engaging at least opposed perimeter parts of the second leg member in a locking position of the locking element. 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/10 43: 2012/02/13 51: E06C, F16B 71: Smart Level Company B.V. 72: BUS, Karolus Theodorus Wilhelmina Maria 33: EP 31: : 2009/02/11 54: SUPPORTING ELEMENT FOR AN OBJECT AND APPARATUS COMPRISING A SUPPORTING ELEMENT The invention relates to a supporting element (2) for an object. The supporting element comprises a first leg member (22) and a second leg member (20). The first leg member is axially movable relative to the second leg member for axially extending the support member. The first leg member comprises a house (32) that is arranged for slidably receiving the second leg member. The house comprises a locking Page 183

184 element (30) having a locking position for locking the relative axial movement of the first leg member with respect to the second leg member, and having an open position for enabling relative axial movement of the two members. A catch (34) may be provided in the locking element. The catch may be tiltably movable within the house for alternately acquiring the locking position and the open position of the locking element. The catch may comprise a cavity (40) receiving the second leg, wherein the cavity has a stopping surface (47) engaging at least opposed perimeter parts of the second leg member in a locking position of the locking element. head (2) with a front surface provided with drill pins (3) and a shaft (4), whereby the shaft is narrower than the drill head and intended to be inserted in a manner that allows axial sliding into the end of a drill chuck that is a component of a down-the- hole drill and which shaft has a rear end part (6) that is somewhat thickened with a plane striking surface (7) against which a hammer piston (8) that is a component of the down- the-hole hammer drill is arranged to impact, that the drill head when viewed along its axial direction has a cylinder-shaped forward part (20) provided with cuttings channels (22), a rear cylinder-shaped part (21) that is located for the reception of drill cuttings at the same level or somewhat below the bottom (25) of the cuttings channels, whereby the diameter (D1) of the forward part is greater than the diameter (D2) of the rear part. In a drill bit that has high performance and a long useful life, and that is furthermore well-suited to be used for directed drilling, the cylinder-shaped forward part (20) of the drill head (2) has an axial length (L3) from the main plane of the front surface to a shoulder plane (26) located between the drill head (2) and the shaft (4) that is greater than the axial length (L4) of the cylinder-shaped rear part (21) of the drill head. 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/10 43: 2012/02/10 51: E21B 71: Wassara AB 72: HÖRMAN, Magnus, JOHANSSON, Peter F. 33: SE 31: : 2009/01/14 54: DRILL BIT FOR A DOWN-THE-HOLE DRILL The invention concerns a drill bit, intended to be used with a down-the-hole drill and comprising a drill 21: 2011/ : 11/08/ : 14/02/ : A61F, A61L 71: BROWNLEE JAMES ROY 72: BROWNLEE JAMES ROY 33: US 31: 61/ : 2009/01/12 54: REPLACEABLE ABSORBENT INSERT FOR USE IN TWO-PIECE DIAPERING SYSTEM WITH RE-USABLE DIAPER SHELL 57: A two-piece disposable diapering system is disclosed which has a re-usable, washable diaper shell and a replaceable absorbent insert having an absorbent pad narrower than the space between the Page 184

185 opposed leg cuffs of the shell whereby when fitted to the wearer the central channel region of the diaper is significantly deeper than the height of the opposed leg cuffs. 21: 2011/ : 11/08/ : 14/02/ : A47J 71: VILJOEN PHILIPPUS PETRUS 72: VILJOEN PHILIPPUS PETRUS 33: - 31: - 32: - 54: A CONTAINER 57: The invention relates to a container for keeping bait cool, wherein the container includes two compartments which are each accessible via a separate door. The invention enables frozen bait to be stored in a first compartment and the bait that is to be used immediately is stored in a second compartment, preventing air flow, in the compartment, by repeated opening and closing of the door accessing the second compartment. 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/04 43: 2012/02/13 51: B05D, B32B, C09D 71: Nippon Steel Corporation 72: KANAI, Takao, NOMURA, Hiromasa, HAMAMURA, Tomonari, KANAI, Hiroshi, OYOKAWA, Hiroyuki 33: JP 31: : 2009/02/18 54: SURFACE-TREATED PRECOATED METAL SHEET, PROCESS FOR PRODUCING SAME, AND SURFACE-TREATING SOLUTION Disclosed is a surface-treated precoated metal sheet of which resistance against contamination with a photocatalyst and a self-cleaning function can be retained for a long period. Also disclosed are a method and a surface-treating solution for producing the surface-treated precoated metal sheet properly. The surface-treated precoated metal sheet is characterized by comprising a precoated metal sheet comprising an under metal sheet and an organic resin coating layer provided on the surface of the under metal sheet and a coating film having at least two layers, having a photocatalytic activity and formed on the precoated metal sheet, wherein the coating film having at least two layers comprises an inorganic-organic composite resin composed of a condensed product of an alkoxysilane selected from a group consisting of an alkoxysilane having an organic group selected from a group consisting of an alkyl group having 1 to 12 carbon atoms, an aryl group, a carboxyl group, a hydroxy group and a Page 185

186 combination of two or more of these groups, an alkoxysilane having an epoxy group, an alkoxysilane having an amino group, a tetraalkoxysilane and a combination of two or more of the alkoxysilanes and contains a substance having a photocatalytic activity in such an amount that the content of the substance is highest in the outermost layer of the coating film and is gradually decreased toward an inner layer of the coating film. 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/11 43: 2012/02/13 51: B21D, C21D, C23C 71: Sumitomo Metal Industries, Ltd. 72: NAKAMURA Toyomitsu, TOMIZAWA, Atsushi, SHIMADA Naoaki, KOJIMA Nobusato, ISHII Kazuya, IMAI Kazuhito, TOKI Tamotsu 33: JP 31: : 2009/01/21 54: CURVED METALLIC MATERIAL AND PROCESS FOR PRODUCING SAME A curved metallic material is produced by subjecting a metallic material plated with a zinc-based material to bending involving a heat treatment. The curved metallic material has high strength and has excellent corrosion resistance after coating, and is hence suitable for use as an automotive member, etc. The outer surface of a tubular metallic material having, on the surfaces thereof, a Zn-Fe alloy deposit film formed in an amount of g/m. A lightweight hollow member having excellent rigidity and collision characteristics, the hollow member being suitable for an automotive part because of having high tensile strength equal to or higher than, for example, 780 MPa and a complex shape. A hollow member (11) provided with a steel hollow body (14). The body (14) consists of a single part at least in the longitudinal direction. The body (14) has a flat cross-section at least having portions where the body (14) has the largest outer dimension (L1) and portions where the body (14) has an outer dimension (L2) less than the largest outer dimension (L1). The body (14) has a twisted section at a portion in the longitudinal direction of the body (14). An imaginary plane (15a) which includes the largest outer dimension (L1) in a first portion (15) located on one side of the twisted section (17) in the longitudinal direction of the body (14), and an imaginary plane (16a) which includes the largest outer dimension (L1) in a second portion (16) located on the other side of the twisted section (17) in the longitudinal direction of the body (14) intersect each other at an angle equal to or greater than 4 degrees. Also, the twisted section (17) has tensile strengh of at least 780 MPa. 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/11 43: 2012/02/13 51: B21D 71: Sumitomo Metal Industries, Ltd. 72: TOMIZAWA, Atsushi, SHIMADA Naoaki, YOSHIDA Michitaka 33: JP 31: : 2009/01/21 54: HOLLOW MEMBER AND AN APPARATUS AND METHOD FOR ITS MANUFACTURE 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/11 43: 2012/02/16 51: C11D, H01L 71: AVANTOR PERFORMANCE MATERIALS BV 72: HOOGBOOM, Joannes, T.V., OOSTERHOLT, Johannes, A.E., RITMEIJER, Sabrina, GROENEWOUD, Lucas, M.H. 33: US 31: 61/144,479 32: 2009/01/14 33: US 31: 61/225,685 32: 2009/07/15 54: SOLUTION FOR INCREASING WAFER SHEET RESISTANCE AND/OR PHOTOVOLTAIC CELL POWER DENSITY LEVEL Page 186

187 Treating thin film amorphous or mono- or multicrystalline silicon wafer substrate for use in a photovoltaic cell, the wafer substrate having at least one of a pn- or np junction and a partial phosphosilicate or borosilicate glass layer on a top surface of the wafer substrate, to increase at least one of (a) the sheet resistance of the wafer and (b) the power density level of the photovoltaic cell made from said wafer. The treatment solution being an acidic treatment solution of a buffered oxide etch (BOE) solution of at least one tetraalkylammonium hydroxide, acetic acid, at least one non-ionic surfactant, at least one metal chelating agent, a metal free source of ammonia, a metal free source of fluoride ions, and water, mixed with an oxidizer solution and optionally water. 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/11 43: 2012/02/13 51: A61M 71: SMITH & NEPHEW PLC 72: HARTWELL, Edward, Yerbury, BANNISTER, Neill, BLACKBURN, Iain, LINTON, Andy, WHITE, Mark, STERN, Tim 33: GB 31: : 2009/02/19 54: FLUID COMMUNICATION PATH An apparatus (10) is disclosed for providing a fluid communication path to a wound site through a drape. The apparatus (10) comprises a body portion (18, 78) having a lower surface (20) and an upper surface (21, 23), at least one connection port (24), at least one suction port (28, 29) and at least one fluid communication passageway between the connection port (24) and the suction port (28, 29). A connector (17, 77) at an end of at least one tubular conduit (16) is locatable through the drape into an orifice (24) in the connection port (24) to thereby provide a fluid communication path (42) through the drape between the tubular conduit (16) and the wound site. 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/11 43: 2012/02/13 51: E04H 71: VAN STADEN, Johannes Nicolaas Lourens 72: VAN STADEN, Johannes Nicolaas Lourens 33: ZA 31: 2011/ : 2011/06/02 54: A FENCING SUPPORT This invention relates to a fencing support. The fencing support comprises an elongate steel member defining a series of longitudinally spaced engagement tabs, each of which is engage-able with a fencing wire for fixing the fencing wire against vertical displacement. By engagement of each engagement tab with a fencing wire, the requirement of a fixing wire is eliminated. As such, labour may be saved in constructing a wire fence. Page 187

188 Said compositions also have a concomitant antiinflammatory and immunomodulating action. 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/11 43: 2012/02/13 51: A61K, A61P, C12N 71: Pfizer Italia S.R.L. 72: LONGONI, Valeria, PENCI, Marisa 33: IT 31: MI2009A : 2009/01/12 54: COMPOSITIONS COMPRISING PROBIOTIC AND PREBIOTIC COMPONENTS AND MINERAL SALTS, WITH LACTOFERRIN The present invention relates to compositions comprising probiotic and prebiotic components, mineral salts, lactoferrin, and possibly saccharomycetes, which perform correct, effective colonisation of the probiotic components administered, with enteric consequences which involve maintaining and/or restoring intestinal health and preventing the consequences of common dysbioses of the digestive tract caused by stress, incorrect dietary habits and antibiotic treatments. 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/11 43: 2012/02/14 51: E05C, E05F 71: International Truck Intellectual Property Company, LLC 72: CASSADAY, Nicholas M. 54: PNEUMATIC DOOR ASSIST SYSTEM WITH LOCK A lock (57) for a door assist system (12) for use on a vehicle door (10) and connected to a vehicle to lock the door into an open position includes a door handle (40) having a first operable position, a second operable position and a released position, a pneumatic actuator (28) having an actuator rod (32), where the actuator rod is extendable when the door handle is in the first operable position and the actuator rod is retractable when the door handle is in the second operable position. The door assist system also includes a slide block (34) displaceable by the actuator rod of the pneumatic actuator. A lock (57) also includes a door link (54) connecting the slide block (34) to the vehicle frame. As the slide block is displaced away from the pneumatic actuator (28), the door link opens the door (10) with respect to the vehicle. The lock also includes a hydraulic locking actuator (58) with a hydraulic rod (66) extendable and retractable with the slide block (34). When the door handle (40) is in the released position, the actuator rod (32) is prevented from extension and retraction and locks the slide block (34) at the current location, preventing opening or closing of the door (10). Page 188

189 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/11 43: 2012/02/13 51: E21B 71: BP Corporation North America Inc. 72: CROW, Walter, DODDS, Kevin, RIESE, Walter C., LITTLE, Chester 33: US 31: 12/399,061 32: 2009/03/06 54: APPARATUS AND METHOD FOR A WIRELESS SENSOR TO MONITOR BARRIER SYSTEM INTEGRITY This invention relates to an apparatus and a method for a wireless sensor to monitor barrier system integrity, such as used or employed during sequestration of greenhouse gases. This invention includes an apparatus for integrity monitoring of a borehole suitable for sequestration of greenhouse gases. The apparatus includes one or more sensors for placement outside of a casing to monitor a borehole, and a tool for movement within the casing to power and interrogate the one or more sensors. This invention also includes a method for monitoring integrity of a borehole suitable for sequestration of greenhouse gases or other types of well. The method includes the step of disposing one or more sensors outside a casing and the step of powering the one or more sensors with a tool inside the casing. The method also includes the step of interrogating the one or more sensors with the tool to monitor an engineered borehole and/or a natural caprock seal. 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/11 43: 2012/02/13 51: B65D 71: Nomacorc LLC 72: DAVIS, Lindsay Herman, AAGAARD, Olav Marcus, GLASGOW, Katherine Campbell, KESKAR, Nisha Amol, SPARKS, Meghann 33: US 31: 61/207,418 32: 2009/02/11 54: SYNTHETIC CLOSURE The present invention provides for a synthetic closure, in particular a synthetic wine closure, for a product retaining container constructed for being inserted and securely retained in a portal forming neck of said container, said closure comprising at least one thermoplastic polymer and at least one fatty acid derivative. With the present invention it is possible to provide a synthetic closure that has a foam density of less than about 350 kg/m3, and - at the same time - an oxygen transfer rate (OTR) as determined by Mocon measurement using 100% oxygen of less than about cc/day/closure, in particular less than about cc/day/closure. Page 189

190 21: 2011/ : 12/08/ : 14/02/ : B32B 71: BRIGHT TECHNOLOGIES LLC 72: BAREFIELD KEVIN and CAMPBELL RICHARD 33: US 31: 12/ : 2009/02/17 54: RESIN INFUSION POTTING 57: A process for forcibly infusing liquid potting compound into the strands of a cable in order to attach an anchor to the cable. The process uses a strand cavity within an anchor that encloses the exposed strands. The strand cavity is sealed. Liquid potting compound is then forced into the strand cavity, where it runs around and through the exposed strands. A second venting passage is preferably employed, so that the liquid potting compound flows through the mold without trapping any substantial air pockets. 21: 2011/ : 12/08/ : 12/02/ : B02C 71: CAMILLE COMPAGNIE D'ASSISTANCE MINIERE ET INDUSTRIELLE 72: BENTAJ ABDELAZIZ, OUAYAHYA NADIR, CLEMENT JEAN LOUIS, TUTUSAUS JEAN PIERRE 33: FR 31: : 2009/02/13 54: METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR REUSING MATERIALS AND/OR PRODUCTS BY PULSED POWER 57: The invention relates to a method for reusing materials and/or products by pulsed power according to which a series of electrical discharges are generated between at least two electrodes in a reactor containing an ambient liquid as well as the materials and/or products to be reused, characterised in that the energy of said electric discharges, the voltage between the electrodes, the switching time and the frequency of the discharges are selected such that said discharges generate electric arcs that pass through the materials and/or products to be reused, and mechanical shock waves that propagate across the materials and/or products to be treated in the reactor. The result is fragmentation, pulverisation, dispersion and separation of the elements that make up the materials and/or products to be reused. The Page 190

191 invention also relates to a device for implementing said method. 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/12 43: 2012/02/20 51: A61K, A61P 71: Ranbaxy Laboratories Limited, International Centre For Genetic Engineering And Biotechnology, Department Of Biotechnology 72: BHATNAGAR, Pradip Kumar, KATIYAR, Chandra Kant, KHANNA, Navin, UPADHYAY, Dilip Jatashankar, SWAMINATHAN, Sathyamangalam, SRINIVAS, Kona, SHARMA, Navin, KANAUJIA, Anil, SOOD, Ruchi, SINGHAL, Smita, SHUKLA, Gyanesh, DUGGAR, Rajeev, PAREEK, Pawan Kumar, SINGH, Yogendra, KHAN, Seema, RAUT, Rajendra 33: IN 31: 141/DEL/ : 2009/01/23 54: ANTI DENGUE ACTIVITY OF CISSAMPELOS PAREIRA EXTRACTS The present invention relates to the anti dengue activity of the cissampelos pareira extracts. Pharmaceutical compositions comprising extracts of cissampelos pareira and processes for the preparation of extracts of cissampelos pareira are also provided. 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/12 43: 2012/02/13 51: H04L, H04Q 71: Hcs Kablolama Sistemleri San. Ve. Tic. A.S. 72: YOSSEF, Shay 33: US 31: 61/144,905 32: 2009/01/15 54: IMPROVED CABLING SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR MONITORING AND MANAGING PHYSICALLY CONNECTED DEVICES OVER A DATA NETWORK The present invention relates to a method and system configured to monitor devices that are physically connected over a data network, said system comprising at least one scanner configured to monitor said data network and to determine devices that are physically connected over said data network, said at least one scanner being connected to at least one panel over said data network, wherein at least one terminal of each panel is connected to an electronic circuitry, which comprises one or more electronic components, for enabling said at least one scanner to determine changes in one of voltage or current level over at least one of said one or more electronic components, said changes occurring due to connecting or disconnecting devices over said data network, thereby enabling said at least one scanner to monitor devices that are physically connected over said data network. Page 191

192 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/12 43: 2012/02/13 51: A61F, A61L, A61M 71: QLT INC. 72: RAPACKI, Alan, R., RUBINCHIK, Valery, KJELLBOTN, Charles, R. 33: US 31: 61/154,693 32: 2009/02/23 33: US 31: 61/209,036 32: 2009/03/02 33: US 31: 61/209,630 32: 2009/03/09 33: US 31: 61/271,862 32: 2009/07/27 33: US 31: 61/252,057 32: 2009/10/15 54: LACRIMAL IMPLANTS AND RELATED METHODS Lacrimal implants and related methods providing secure, wedgable retention within a lacrimal punctum and associated canaliculus of an eye are disclosed. The lacrimal implants can comprise an implant body configured for at least partial insertion through the lacrimal punctum and into the canaliculus. The implant body can include first and second portions, and can extend from a proximal end of the first portion defining a longitudinal proximal axis to a distal end of the second portion defining a longitudinal distal axis. The implant body can be configured such that, when implanted using an integral dilator, an angled intersection exists between the proximal and distal axes. In this way, at least a portion of the implant body can be biased against at least a portion of the lacrimal canaliculus located at or more distal to a canalicular curvature, thereby retaining an implanted position of the lacrimal implant using anatomical structures. 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/12 43: 2012/02/13 51: G06Q 71: APOSTOLIDIS, Alexis Stamatis Luciano 72: APOSTOLIDIS, Alexis Stamatis Luciano 33: ZA 31: 2010/ : 2010/05/17 54: FINANCIAL INFORMATION METHOD AND SYSTEM The invention relates to a system and method for displaying financial information in the form of a budget, income statement or user defined format on a user s personal device, such as a cell phone, wherein information is extracted from sms notifications to the user s device from a bank wherein the notifications contain information concerning one or more transactions made on the user s bank account. 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/12 43: 2012/02/22 51: B01D Page 192

193 71: B.P.T. Bio Pure Technology Ltd. 72: PERRY, Mordechai, GINZBURG, Vera, GINZBURG, Boris, LAPIDO, Polina 33: US 31: 61/193,962 32: 2009/01/13 54: SOLVENT AND ACID STABLE MEMBRANES, METHODS OF MANUFACTURE THEREOF AND METHODS OF USE THEREOF INTER ALIA FOR SEPARATING METAL IONS FROM LIQUID PROCESS STREAMS Solvent and acid stable ultrafiltration and nanofiltration membranes including a non-crosslinked base polymer having reactive pendant moieties, the base polymer being modified by forming a cross-linked skin onto a surface thereof, the skin being formed by a cross-linking reaction of reactive pendant moieties on the surface with an oligomer or another polymer as well as methods of manufacture and use thereof, including, inter alia separating metal ions from liquid process streams. 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/12 43: 2012/02/13 51: A61K, A61P, C07D 71: Abbott GmbH & Co. KG 72: LANGE, Udo, HEUTLING, Andreas, AMBERG, Wilhelm, OCHSE, Michael, BEHL, Berthold, HORNBERGER, Wilfried, MEZLER, Mario 33: US 31: 61/152,822 32: 2009/02/16 54: HETEROCYCLIC COMPOUNDS, PHARMACEUTICAL COMPOSITIONS CONTAINING THEM, AND THEIR USE AS INHIBITORS OF THE GLYCINE TRANSPORTER 1 The present invention relates to heterocyclic compounds of the formula (I) or a physiologically tolerated salt thereof. The present invention also relates to pharmaceutical compositions comprising such heterocyclic compounds, and the use of such heterocyclic compounds for the manufacture of a medicament for inhibiting the glycine transporter GIyT1. 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/12 43: 2012/02/14 51: A61K, A61P, C07D 71: Daiichi Sankyo Company, Limited 72: OHKI, Hitoshi, OKAYAMA, Tooru, IKEDA, Masahiro, OTA, Masahiro, SHIBATA, Yoshihiro, NAKANISHI, Toshiyuki, UEDA, Yasusi, SUZUKI, Nobuyuki, MATUURA, Shinji 33: JP 31: : 2009/02/25 54: TRICYCLIC PYRAZOLOPYRIMIDINE DERIVATIVES Disclosed is a novel compound which inhibits an activity of HSP90, in particular a novel compound which inhibits a function of HSP90 as a chaperone protein and has an antitumor activity. Specifically disclosed are: a pyrazolopyrimidine compound represented by formula (1) having various substituents, which inhibits an ATPase activity of HSP90 and has an antitumor activity; an HSP90 inhibitor which contains a compound represented by formula (1); a pharmaceutical formulation which contains a compound represented by formula (1); an antitumor agent which contains a compound represented by formula (1); a pharmaceutical composition which contains a compound represented by formula (1); and a method for treating a cancer, wherein a compound represented by formula (1) is used. 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/12 43: 2012/02/13 51: A61K 71: Apeptico Forschung Und Entwicklung GmbH 72: FISCHER, Bernhard, LUCAS, Rudolf Page 193

194 33: AT 31: A 359/ : 2009/03/05 54: METHOD FOR PREVENTING AND TREATING HYPERPERMEABILITY The invention relates to a peptide consisting of 7-17 adjoining amino acids and comprising the hexamer TX1EX2XE, where X1, X2 and X3 can each be a natural or non-natural amino acid, wherein the peptide has no TNF receptor binding activity and is cyclized, for preventing and treating the hyperpermeablility of epithelial cells and endothelial cells. 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/12 43: 2012/02/13 51: C10L, D21C 71: Zilkha Biomass Fuels LLC 72: LASONDE, Wallace R., WEICK, Larry J. 33: US 31: 61/152,556 32: 2009/02/13 54: METHODS FOR PRODUCING BIOMASS- BASED FUEL WITH PULP PROCESSING EQUIPMENT A method for mitigating the costs of establishing a biomass-based pellet manufacturing plant includes identifying an existing pulp processing plant, obtaining permission to access and convert the pulp processing plant, and converting the pulp processing plant for manufacture of biomass-based pellets. Converting the pulp processing plant may include installing a pellet mill in the pulp processing plant, rerouting output from a pulp digester, such that the output enters the pellet mill, and bypassing unnecessary equipment. Biomass-based pellets may be manufactured in the converted pulp processing plant by liberating lignin from biomass-based feedstock via pulp digester and pelletizing the biomass-based feedstock and the liberated lignin to form the biomass-based pellets. 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/12 43: 2012/02/13 51: A21D, A23L, A23P 71: HORTON, Richard 72: HORTON, Richard 33: GB 31: : 2009/01/14 54: EXPANDED FOOD PRODUCT AND PROCESS OF PREPARATION One or more of hydrolysed wheat flour, soluble dietary fibre, prebiotic dietary fibre, polydextrose and soluble corn fibre ate used as basic matrix-forming ingredients in an expanded food product. The matrix-forming ingredients are mixed together with water, plus a whey protein isolate or whey protein concentrate,to increase the protein content of the food. A dough is formed which is then formed into pieces which are temperature conditioned before being expanded under a vacuum caused by evaporation of moisture in the dough. All steps of the process of making the expanded food products, including any subsequent drying, is carried out at a temperature not exceeding 75 C, which advantageously allows mixing in of temperature sensitive ingredients, e.g. vitamins, pharmaceuticals, at the dough forming stage. The products have a honeycomb structure and there is no significant change in flavour or nutritional value of the ingredients caused by the process of manufacture. Advantageously, acrylamide formation is also avoided. 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/15 43: 2012/02/15 51: B01J, C07C, C10L Page 194

195 71: Lummus Technology Inc. 72: SUNDARAM, Kandasamy Meenakshi 33: US 31: 12/359,931 32: 2009/01/26 54: ADIABATIC REACTOR TO PRODUCE OLEFINS Processes for production of olefins from hydrocarbon feedstocks are provided. In one aspect, the processes of the present invention utilize coils passing through a pyrolysis furnace to partially convert a hydrocarbon feedstock to olefins, followed by further conversion of the hydrocarbon feedstock in an adiabatic reactor. A portion of the coils in the pyrolysis furnace carry the hydrocarbon feedstock and the remainder carry steam only. After a selected period of time, the material flowing through the coils is switched. By flowing steam through the coils that had previously contained the hydrocarbon feedstock, on-line decoking can occur. In another aspect, a high temperature reactor is used to convert methane or natural gas to olefins. 51: B01D, B01J 71: W.R. Grace & Co.-Conn 72: SCHMIDT, Stephen Raymond, CHAPMAN, David Monroe, KORANNE, Manoj M, JENSEN, Michael Dennis 33: US 31: 61/206,290 32: 2009/01/29 54: CATALYST ON SILICA CLAD ALUMINA SUPPORT The invention concerns catalysts comprising (i) a cladded catalyst support comprising (a) a core which comprises alumina particles and (b) about 1 to about 40 weight percent silica cladding, based on the weight of the cladded catalyst support, on the surface of the core; the catalyst support having a BET surface area of greater than 20 m2/g and a porosity of at least about 0.2 cc/g; and (ii) 0.1 to 10 weight percent, based on the weight of the catalyst, of catalytically active transition metal on the surface of the cladded catalyst support; wherein the catalyst support has a normalized sulfur uptake (NSU) of up to 25?g/m2. The invention also concerns the production and use of such catalysts. 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/15 43: 2012/02/15 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/15 43: 2012/02/15 51: A61M 71: PHILIP MORRIS PRODUCTS S.A. 72: ROSE, Seth, D., TURNER, James, Edward, MURUGESAN, Thangaraju, ROSE, Jed, E. 33: US 31: 61/160,904 32: 2009/03/17 54: TOBACCO-BASED NICOTINE AEROSOL GENERATION SYSTEM The invention relates to devices and methods for delivering nicotine and/or other alkaloids from tobacco, other plants and other natural sources. Page 195

196 More particularly, the invention relates to devices and methods for delivering an aerosol of nicotine to a user's lungs without combustion of the nicotine source materials. 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/15 43: 2012/02/15 51: C10J, F28C 71: SHELL INTERNATIONALE RESEARCH MAATSCHAPPIJ B.V. 72: SCHELLEKENS, Cornelius, Johannes, VON KOSSAK-GLOWCZEWSKI, Thomas, Paul 33: EP 31: : 2009/02/23 54: WASTE HEAT BOILER Waste heat boiler (1) being an elongated vessel comprising a co-axial positioned tubular channel (4) for hot gas, said channel further being provided with an inlet (11) for hot gas and an outlet for cooled gas, wherein a gas pathway (6) is defined between said inlet and outlet of said tubular channel and wherein in the gas pathway one or more bundles of tubular cooling surfaces are present, said tubular cooling surfaces (7) positioned co-axial with the channel, wherein the tubular channel is closed at one end (8), thereby forming a gas reversal chamber (9), and wherein the gas inlet is an opening in the wall of the tubular channel positioned between the gas reversal chamber and the gas pathway, wherein the inlet for hot gas is connected to an inlet conduit (11), which conduit is positioned under an angle a with said tubular channel and wherein at the hot gas inlet in the tubular channel a diverter plate (12) is present. 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/15 43: 2012/02/15 51: G01G 71: The Trustees for the time being of the GERALD VAN DER MERWE TRUST 72: VAN DER MERWE, Gerald 33: ZA 31: 2010/ : 2010/05/19 54: WEIGHING AND HANDLING APPARATUS The invention relates to an apparatus for weighing and handlin material and an assembly for providing tha apparatus. The apparatus includes a first support rail and a primary support structure for supporting the first support rail on a support surface in an inclined manner. A second support rail is coaxially aligned with the first support rail at a lower end thereof with a small gap between adjecent ends thereof. A container for holding the material is desplaceable along the rails between a filling and weighing position where it is operatively supported on the second support rail and a lifted discharge position where it is operatively supported by the first support rail. A load cell is positioned between the second support rail and the support surface to determine the weight of material in teh container when it is in its filling and weighing position. The apparatus can be used in the manufacture of bricks, such as cement bricks. Page 196

197 horizontal drain, to allow any air from the external drain to pass to the outlet compartment generally below the ceiling (90) to prevent any syphoning. 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/15 43: 2012/02/15 51: E03C 71: Falcon Waterfree Technologies 72: AVETISIAN, Robert 33: US 31: 61/210,115 32: 2009/03/12 54: ANTI-SIPHON TRAP WITH SNORKEL FOR A WATERLESS URINAL A cartridge for a waterless urinal, having an inlet compartment (78,) has a ceiling (90), which is spaced from the cartridge upper wall (60) and from the wastewater-receiving opening (64) therein. A throat (88), which communicates the inlet compartment with the wastewater-receiving opening, has an area which is less than the area of the ceiling. Further, a discharge section (86) is coupled between an outlet compartment (80) and the external drain and includes a drain tube (98) and communicating with the outlet compartment and opening at an exit port area (106) for discharge of the wastewater fluid. A three rib channel guide mechanism (100) is formed within the tube to guide flow of the wastewater. In addition, the discharge section drain tube (98) includes a snorkel (110) which extends downwards to above the level of the 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/15 43: 2012/02/15 51: H02M 71: Ann Cheng Enterprise Co., Ltd 72: TSAI, Tsung-Ein 54: POWER ADJUSTABLE AND TRANSFORMERLESS AC TO DC POWER CIRCUIT A power adjustable and transformerless AC to DC power circuit including an AC to DC power circuit is revealed. The AC to DC power circuit consists of a first reactance component, a second reactance component and an AC power connected to form a loop. The second reactance component is connected to a full bridge rectifier for full-wave rectification of lower voltage AC to output an unstable low voltage DC. A filter capacitor is connected across to the full bridge rectifier to filter the unstable low voltage DC and output a stable low voltage direct current. Thus the manufacturing cost is dramatically reduced, the power is saved, and no heat is generated. Moreover, the reactance of the whole circuit is reduced so as to get high power factor. No high frequency radiation is created so that there is no radiation damage and no interference to electronic equipment. Page 197

198 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/15 43: 2012/02/13 51: A21D, A23L 71: Generale Biscuit 72: MOREIRA DE ALMEIDA, Isabel, WAHL, Robin, BELOUIN, François 33: FR 31: : 2009/02/11 54: BAKED DOUGH INCLUDING A SPECIFIC FLOUR The object of the present invention is to provide baked dough having a water activity (Aw) between 0.6 and 0.80and including at least a flour having a median particulate size in volume less than or equal to 40 µm. It is also an object of the invention to provide a food product including said baked dough, and a use of a flour having a median particulate size in volume less than or equal to 40 µm as a substitute for sugars and/or sugar derivatives in dough baked or intended to be baked. 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/15 43: 2012/02/15 51: A61K, A61P, C07K 71: F. Hoffmann-La Roche AG 72: BAEHNER, Monika, KNOETGEN, Hendrik, NIEWOEHNER, Jens 33: EP 31: : 2009/04/02 54: ANTIBODIES AGAINST HUMAN TWEAK AND USES THEREOF An antibody binding to TWEAK, characterized by binding to TWEAK characterized by comprising as heavy chain variable domain a CDR3H selected from the group consisting of SEQ ID NO: 8, 16 or : 2011/ : 2011/08/15 43: 2012/02/15 51: C08G, C08K 71: Chemtura Corporation 72: DOYLE, Thomas R., ROSENBERG, Ronald O., SHAH, Mukund 33: US 31: 61/167,472 32: 2009/04/07 54: CURING COMPOSITIONS HAVING LOW- FREE AMOUNTS OF METHYLENEDIANILINE A curing composition of a coordination complex comprising methylenedianiline (MDA) and a salt, and less than 1000 of free MDA. The curing composition may be used in curing polyurethanes and epoxy resins. 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/15. 43: 2012/02/15 51: F02M 71: Shin-Fuji Mining Co., Ltd. 72: SAKUMA, Tetsuo 33: JP 31: : 2009/01/16 54: LIQUID FUEL PROCESSING DEVICE Provided is a liquid fuel processing device which can sharply reduce hazardous substances contained in exhaust gas discharged from a thermomotor. A liquid fuel processing device (10) arranged above a channel (26) for supplying liquid fuel to a thermomotor has a plurality of magnetic action walls (50a, 50b) which are arranged on an appropriate interval on the channel (26), wherein the upstream side surface of the channel (26) in the magnetic action walls (50a, 50b) consists of a magnet having S pole magnetism of mt and therefore the S pole magnetism can be made to act efficiently on the liquid fuel. Thus, combustion efficiency of a thermomotor such as a diesel vehicle, a gasoline vehicle, an LP gas vehicle, a vessel, a boiler, or the like, is enhanced and energy saving effect can be attained while sharply reducing all hazardous substances such as CO2, CO, HC, NOx, PM, and the like in the exhaust gas. Page 198

199 57: In accordance with this invention there is provided a tank which has a body which is integrally formed to include a base portion, a top portion and a severable means means located around a perimeter of the body which may be severed there-along to remove the top portion from the base portion. Once removed, the base portion may be used, during transportation or storage, to receive a second base portion in a stacked arrangement or other material. 21: 2011/ : 16/08/ : 16/02/ : E21D 71: AVENG (AFRICA) LIMITED 72: ERASMUS NICO 33: ZA 31: 2010/ : 2010/11/29 54: ANCHOR 57: An anchor which includes a cable formed from twisted strands which are displaced apart to form a zone which is at least partly filled with a load-bearing filler. 21: 2011/ : 16/08/ : 16/02/ : E03B 71: ATLAS PLASTICS (PTY) LTD 72: BOLT GARY and VAN ZYL GIEP 33: - 31: - 32: - 54: A STACKABLE CONTAINER 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/16. 43: 2012/02/16 51: E01B 71: W & D Mcculloch Ltd. 72: McCULLOCH, William 33: GB 31: : 2009/02/25 54: APPARATUS AND METHOD FOR THE HANDLING OF RAILWAY SLEEPERS An apparatus (100, 700) is disclosed for handling railway sleepers and placing them with a desired spacing. A mobile chassis is supported at either end by a suitable tractor (102, 104). On the chassis (112) there is carried an elongate support (114) long enough to span several sleepers, with a number of flexible tethers (126) depending from respective points spaced along the support. The tethers are adapted to suspend a batch of sleepers simultaneously. An alignment template extends beneath the elongate support and is formed so as to engage the suspended batch of sleepers simultaneously and fix their positions. A mechanism is provided whereby the alignment template and suspended sleepers are made moveable so as to permit an efficient sequence of lifting, aligning and depositing batches of sleepers, without the need for Page 199

200 fine manual adjustment. In one embodiment, the alignment template (122) is formed on the underside of the chassis structure (112), while the elongate support is a beam extending above the chassis. Various methods of deployment are described, and the apparatus may be adapted for laying fourteen or even twenty-eight sleepers in one batch. containment/handling chamber. At least one of the outer housing and the inner cell is predominantly of a shielding material which is opaque to radioactivity. 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/16 43: 2012/02/16 51: A61K 71: Pierre Fabre Dermo-Cosmetique 72: CHAUMONT, Christine, CORDOLIANI, Jean- François, LEVERD, Elie, MUGUET, Valérie 33: EP 31: : 2009/04/21 54: PAEDIATRIC SOLUTIONS COMPRISING A BETA-BLOCKER The present invention relates to aqueous non alcoholic solutions comprising a beta- blocker, a non sugar type sweetener and being substantially free of an aromatic preservative agent. The solutions of the present invention are particularly adapted for a paediatric use. 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/16 43: 2012/02/16 51: B01L, B25J, G21F 71: THE SOUTH AFRICAN NUCLEAR ENERGY CORPORATION LIMITED 72: BOTHA, Johannes Samuel Frederik 33: ZA 31: 2009/ : 2009/02/20 54: HANDLING OF RADIOACTIVE MATERIALS A radiocative material handling assembly (10) includes an outer housing (12) and an inner cell (14). The inner cell defines a radioactive material containment / handling chamber (16) and is removably mountable inside the outer housing. Handeling means is operable from outside the inner cell to handle radioactive materials located in the 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/16 43: 2012/02/16 51: B22D 71: Salzgitter Flachstahl GmbH, SMS Siemag AG 72: EICHHOLZ, Hellfried, KLAWITER, Sven, SCHMIDT-JÜRGENSEN, Rune, SPITZER, Karl- Heinz, HECKEN, Hans-Jürgen, SCHLÜTER, Jochen 33: DE 31: : 2009/03/12 54: CASTING NOZZLE FOR A HORIZONTAL CONTINUOUS CASTING SYSTEM The invention relates to a casting nozzle for a horizontal continuous casting system, especially for casting steel strip. Said casting nozzle is connected to a feed channel and is designed as a rectangular refractory hollow ingot the outlet region of which is only slightly above the cooled continuous strip which accommodates the emanating melt. The hollow ingot is subdivided at least once in the direction of casting and a narrow sealing element is arranged on the division side of the segments, the width of the remaining gaps in the division area being chosen such that they are closed when the casting nozzle is operated. Page 200

201 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/16 43: 2012/02/22 51: A61K, A61P, C07K, G01N 71: Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research Ltd. 72: OLD, Lloyd J., JOHNS, Terrance Grant, PANOUSIS, Con, SCOTT, Andrew Mark, RENNER, Christoph, RITTER, Gerd, JUNGBLUTH, Achim, STOCKERT, Elizabeth, COLLINS, Peter, CAVENEE, Webster K., HUANG, Huei-Jen Su, BURGESS, Antony Wilks, NICE, Edouard Collins, MURRAY, Anne, MARK, George 33: US 31: 12/388,504 32: 2009/02/18 54: SPECIFIC BINDING PROTEINS AND USES THEREOF The present invention relates to specific binding members, particularly antibodies and fragments thereof, which bind to amplified epidermal growth factor receptor (EGFR) and to the de2-7 EGFR truncation of the EGFR. In particular, the epitope recognized by the specific binding members, particularly antibodies and fragments thereof, is enhanced or evident upon aberrant posttranslational modification. These specific binding members are useful in the diagnosis and treatment of cancer. The binding members of the present invention may also be used in therapy in combination with chemotherapeutics or anti-cancer agents and/or with other antibodies or fragments thereof. 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/16 43: 2012/02/16 51: F22B, G01K 71: Clyde Bergemann GmbH Maschinen- Und Apparatebau 72: FRACH, Manfred, MUßMANN, Bernd 33: DE 31: : 2009/02/19 54: MEASURING DEVICE FOR A HEAT EXCHANGER The present invention relates to a measuring device (1) for a heat exchanger (2) that comprises a pressure pipe arrangement (10) that is spaced using webs (11) and that has a heating side (8) and an isolation side (9) and that is implemented with at least one heat flow sensor (5), wherein the heat flow sensor (5) is arranged on the heating side (8) in such a way that at least two temperatures T1 and T2 and the temprature difference thereof can be detected there, and additionally at least one temprature sensor (16) for measuring a temprature T3 is arranged on the isolation side (9) and at a distance to the heat flow sensor (5). 21: 2011/ : 17/08/ : 22/02/ : H01T, H02G, H02H 71: OTKRYTOE AKTSIONERNO OBSCHESTVO NPO STREAMER 72: GEORGY VIKTOROVICH PODPORKIN and EUGENY SERGEEVICH KALAKUTSKI 33: - 31: - 32: - 54: LIGHTNING ARRESTER AND A POWER TRANSMISSION LINE PROVIDED WITH SUCH AN ARRESTER 57: A lightning arrester for protecting elements of electrical facilities or a power transmission line comprises an insulating body which is made of a solid dielectric, preferably in the form of a bar, a strip or a cylinder, two main electrodes that are mechanically coupled to the insulating body and two or more intermediate electrodes. The intermediate electrodes, preferably made in the form of bars or Page 201

202 cylinders, are arranged between the main electrodes so that said intermediate electrodes are mutually shifted along the longitudinal axis of the insulating body or along a spiral line. Such design makes it possible to form a discharge channel between the adjecent electrodes. Furthermore, said electrodes are located inside the insulating body and are separated from the surface of the body by an insulation layer. Discharge chambers formed as cavities or through bores opened to the surface of the insulating body are arranged between the pairs of the adjacent electrodes. Dimensions of the chambers are selected such that a discharge is easily blown out from the chambers to the surface of the insulating body, thereby increasing the efficiency of the discharge current quenching. In the preferred embodiments, the arrester is provided with an additional electrode for reducing a flashover voltage. Various embodiments of a power transmission line using the arrester of the invention are also disclosed. the DC power storage device (102) with an AC system of AC power consumption apparatuses (103), and a control system for controlling the inverters (104, 164), wherein the output frequency of the inverters (104, 164) is controlled variably by the control system according to variations in amount (kwh) of power stored in the DC power storage device (102). 21: 2011/ : 17/08/ : 17/02/ : H02J 71: VPEC INC 72: KOYANAGI KAORU and NAGATA SATOSHI 33: - 31: - 32: - 54: AUTONOMOUS DISTRIBUTED AC POWER SYSTEM 57: Provided is an autonomous distributed power system of power consumers wherein power stored in a DC power storage device is converted by a localsystem interconnection inverter into AC power which is consumed by power consumption apparatuses in an AC system and the power required for storing can also be supplied, or an autonomous distributed AC power system wherein a plurality of power consumers each equipped with such a power system and connected with one another can operate autonomously without relying upon a conventional power system. The autonomous distributed AC power system of power consumers (11, 12, 13, 14, 15) equipped with a power storage system comprises a power generation apparatus (101), a DC power storage device (102) in which power is stored by the power generation apparatus (101), local-system interconnection inverters (104, 164) (voltage type self-excited inverters) for connecting 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/17 43: 2012/02/17 51: C09K 71: NALCO COMPANY 72: TRAN, Bo, BLUBAUGH, Stephen 33: US 31: 12/356,352 32: 2009/01/20 54: METHODS AND COMPOSITIONS FOR DUST CONTROL AND FREEZE CONDITIONING Dust control and/or freeze conditioning compositions and methods of using the compositions are provided. In an embodiment, the present invention provides methods of utilizing the dust control and/or freeze conditioning products. For example, the method can comprise preventing the agglomeration of particulate material comprising coal and the adhesion thereof to surfaces in subfreezing weather. The method can also comprise preventing dust formation from particulate material handling processes. The dust control and/or freeze conditioning compositions can comprise a bottom stream derived from a biodiesel manufacturing process. The dust control and/or freeze conditioning compositions can also comprise a bottom stream of transesterification reactions involving triglycerides. 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/17 43: 2012/02/17 51: A61K, A61P, C07D 71: Merck Sharp & Dohme Corp. Page 202

203 72: KIM, Ronald M., PARMEE, Emma R., SINZ, Christopher Joseph, ZIOUZINA, Olga A. 33: US 31: 61/208,648 32: 2009/02/26 54: SOLUBLE GUANYLATE CYCLASE ACTIVATORS This inventions relates to compounds having the structure Formula I I and pharmaceutically acceptable salts thereof which are soluble guanylate cyclase activators. The compounds are useful for treatment or prevention of cardiovascular diseases, endothelial dysfunction, diastolic dysfunction, atherosclerosis, hypertension, pulmonary hypertension, angina pectoris, thromboses, restenosis, myocardial infarction, strokes, cardiac insufficiency, pulmonary hypertonia, erectile dysfunction, asthma bronchiale, chronic kidney insufficiency, diabetes, or cirrhosis of the liver. monoethanesulphonate salt form, when used alone or optionally in combination with further pharmaceutically active ingredients and/or further treatments, such as for example radiotherapy. 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/17 43: 2012/02/27 51: B60C 71: SOCIETE DE TECHNOLOGIE MICHELIN, MICHELIN RECHERCHE ET TECHNIQUE S.A. 72: POTIER, Daniel 33: FR 31: : 2009/03/04 54: TYRE FOR A HEAVY VEHICLE The invention relates to a tyre for a heavy vehicle with a radial carcass reinforcement (4, 5) anchored into two beads turned around wires. According to the invention, in a radial plane, radially within point (E) of said at least one carcass reinforcement layer which is the point most radially inside and axially outside the geometric centre (C) of the wires, the curvature radius at a point (R) of the outer surface (e) of the bead is higher than the curvature radius at the orthogonal projection point (S) of said point (R) of the outer surface of the bead on said at least one carcass reinforcement layer (4, 5). 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/17 43: 2012/02/17 51: G01N 71: BOEHRINGER INGELHEIM INTERNATIONAL GMBH 72: ARAO, Tokuzo, KUDO, Kanae, NAKAGAWA, Kazuhiko, NISHIO, Kazuto 33: EP 31: : 2009/03/12 54: METHOD OR SYSTEM USING BIOMARKERS FOR THE MONITORING OF A TREATMENT The present invention relates to biomarkers to monitor the activity of the compound 3-Z-[1-(4-(N- ((4-methyl-piperazin-1-yl)-methylcarbonyl)-N-methylamino)-anilino)-1- phenyl-methylene]-6- methoxycarbonyl-2-indolinone or a pharmaceutically acceptable salt thereof, and especially its 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/17 43: 2012/02/17 Page 203

204 51: B01J, C07C, C10G 71: SASOL TECHNOLOGY (PROPRIETARY) LIMITED 72: TERORDE, Robert Johan Andreas Maria, KRAMER, Lucas Laurentius 33: ZA 31: 2009/ : 2009/02/26 54: PROCESS FOR THE PREPARATION OF FISCHER-TROPSCH CATALYSTS AND THEIR USE A process for preparing a catalyst precursor includes, in a first preparation step, impregnating a particulate catalyst support with an organic metal compound in a carrier liquid. The metal of the organic metal compound is an active catalyst component. An impregnated intermediate is formed, and is calcined to obatain a calcined intermediate. Thereafter, in a second preparation step, the calcined intermediate from the first preparation step is impregnated with an inorganic metal salt in a carrier liquid. The metal of the inorganic metal salt is an active catalyst component. An impregnated support is obtained, and is calcined, to obtain the catalyst precursor. The metal is in particular cobalt. The precursor is reduced, in particular with hydrogen, to obtain the active catalyst. Also claimed is a process for the hydrogenation of CO, as well as a process for the hydrogenation of an organic compound using the so-prepared catalyst. 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/17 43: 2012/02/17 51: F23L, F24F 71: Siemens Aktiengesellschaft, Areva NP GmbH 72: DIESSELHORST, Tilman, KNIEF, Dirk, HARTMANN, Miks 33: EP 31: : 2009/02/24 54: DEVICE FOR RELEASING AN EXPLOSIVE GAS The invention relates to a device for releasing an explosive gas via a chimney arranged on a roof of a building. The upper free end of the chimney is provided with a release head consisting of a plurality of distribution pipes projecting from the chimney in the form of a star. Each pipe has an outlet on the free end thereof. The aim of the invention is to be able to reduce the pressure wave load exerted during an explosion even during adverse wind conditions. To this end, the end regions of the distribution pipes are embodied as jet pumps in which the explosive gas is the propellant sucking the ambient air. 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/17 43: 2012/02/17 51: B01D, C02F 71: FLSmidth A/S 72: TURNER, Simon 33: DK 31: PA : 2009/02/26 54: THICKENER/CLARIFIER FEEDWELL ASSEMBLY WITH INFEED ROTATION A feedwell assembly for a thickener/clarifier includes a feedwell body (22; 50; 112; 166; 240), at least one infeed conduit (21; 52; 120; 226) connected at a downstream end to the body, and at least one spin or rotation inducement element (30; 54, 54', 54'; 78; 101, 102; 178, 184; 245) disposed as part of the infeed conduit for imparting rotation or spin to a slurry stream (42; 58; 108, 110; 182, 188) fed to the feedwell body via the infeed conduit. The spin or rotation inducement element may be a fixed and rigid structural member such as a vane or baffle, or include actively operated elements (35; 53, 53'). Multiple such spin or rotation inducement elements may be provided in various locations in the infeed conduit. Page 204

205 21: 2011/ : 18/08/ : 21/02/ : F24F 71: RICKARD AIR DIFFUSION (PROPRIETARY) LIMITED 72: BOSCH CHRISTIAAN WILHELM and VAN DEN BERG GIDEON 33: ZA 31: 2009/ : 2010/06/18 54: AIR DIFFUSER 57: An air diffuser (10) according to the invention comprises a casing (24) defining an air flow passage, control elements (18) that are displaceable to restrict air flow in the flow passage to varying degrees, cams (30) and cam followers (20) that are configured to actuate movement of the control elements (18). An override element is provided that is displaceable between a rest position in which the cams (30) operate as described above and an override position in which the override element causes the control elements (18) to open the air flow passage. 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/18 43: 2012/02/21 51: A61K, A61P 71: Phytopharm plc 72: REES, Daryl, ORSI, Antonia, HOWSON, Patrick, XIA, Zongqin, HU, Yaer 33: US 31: 61/147,084 32: 2009/01/24 33: CN 31: PCT/CN2009/ : 2009/01/24 54: TREATMENT OF NEUROTROPHIC FACTOR MEDIATED DISORDERS An agent selected from A/B-cis furostane, furostene, spirostane and spirostene steroidal sapogenins and ester, ether, ketone and glycosylated forms thereof is used to induce self- regulated homeostasis of neurotrophic factors(nfs), for example BDNF and/or GDNF, NFs with limited and manageable side effects in a subject, by modulating NFs in a nontoxic manner under homeostatic control. An effective amount of at least one such agent is administered to the subject, particularly in the treatment or prevention of a range of NF- mediated disorders, particularly neurological, psychiatric, inflammatory,allergic,immune and neoplastic disorders, and in the restoration or normalisation of neuronal and other function in or in relation to any damaged or abnormal tissue, including when assisting tissue (for example, skin, bone, eye and muscle) healing and general skin, bone, eye and muscle health. 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/18 43: 2012/02/22 51: A61K, A61P 71: NOVARTIS AG 72: STUETZ, Anton, WILLIAMSON, Lina 33: US 31: 61/154,973 32: 2009/02/24 54: USES OF NK RECEPTOR ANTAGONISTS The invention provides the use of a compound of formula (I) or a solvate or hydrate thereof, wherein Page 205

206 the substituents are as defined in the description, and combinations thereof, for the treatment of pruritus or a dermatological disorder or disease. 54: METHOD FOR PRODUCING A FREE ACID FROM THE SALT THEREOF The invention relates to an improved method for releasing an organic acid, preferably a carbon, sulfone or phosphone acid, particularly an alpha or beta hydroxycarbon acid, from the ammonia salt thereof by releasing and removing ammoniac and simultaneous extraction of the released acid, having an amine as a suitable extraction means from the aqueous phase. This method corresponds to a reactive extraction. The reactive extraction of an organic acid from the aqueous ammonia salt solution thereof can be significantly improved by the use of a strip medium or carrier gas, such as nitrogen, air, water vapor or inert gases such as argon. The released ammoniac is removed from the aqueous solution by the continuous gas flow and can be resupplied into a production process. The free acid can be obtained by a method such as distillation, rectification, crystallization, reextraction, chromatography, adsorption or by a membrane method from the extraction means. 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/18. 43: 2012/02/22 51: C12N, C12Q, G01N 71: ALLERGAN, INC. 72: FERNANDEZ-SALAS, Ester, JACKY, Birgitte, P.S., WANG, Joanne, ZHU, Hong, HODGES, D., Dianne 33: US 31: 61/160,199 32: 2009/03/13 54: CELLS USEFUL FOR IMMUNO-BASED BOTULINUM TOXIN SEROTYPE A ACTIVITY ASSAYS The present specification discloses clonal cell lines susceptible to BoNT/A intoxication, methods of producing such clonal cell lines, and methods of detecting Botulinum toxin serotype A activity using such clonal cell lines. 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/18 43: 2012/02/22 51: C07C, C07F 71: Evonik Degussa GmbH 72: SCHRAVEN, Alexander, TACKE, Thomas, HAAS, Thomas, KOBLER, Christoph, BUSS, Dieter, RONNEBURG, Axel, ZEHNACKER, Olivier 33: DE 31: : 2009/02/19 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/18 43: 2012/02/20 51: H04W 71: QUALCOMM Incorporated 72: CHEN, Wanshi, GAAL, Peter, MONTOJO, Juan, KITAZOE, Masato, HO, Saiyiu Duncan, TENNY, Nathan E. 33: US 31: 61/147,984 32: 2009/01/28 54: FREQUENCY HOPPING IN A WIRELESS COMMUNICATION NETWORK Techniques for performing frequency hopping in a wireless network are described. In an aspect, frequency hopping may be performed based on both cell identity (ID) and system time information. In one design, a user equipment (UE) may determine a cell ID of a cell and may obtain system time information for the cell. The UE may determine resources to use for transmission with frequency hopping based on the cell ID and the system time information. In one design, the UE may initialize a PN generator in each radio frame with an initial value determined based on the cell ID and a system frame number (SFN) for the radio frame. The UE may determine the resources to use for transmission based on a hopping function, a mirroring function, and a PN sequence from the PN Page 206

207 generator. The UE may send a transmission on the resources to the cell. 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/18 43: 2012/02/20 51: B65B 71: Bio Clinical Development, Inc. 72: KRAUSE, Andrew 33: US 31: 12/424,139 32: 2009/04/15 54: PRODUCT MULTI-PACK AND A SYSTEM FOR ORIENTING AND PACKAGING SUCH MULTI- PACKS A product multi-pack and a system for orienting and packaging such multi-packs is provided. The multipacks include a plurality of elongate product containers that are linked by a locator web and enclosed within and displayed by a carton. The system includes a controller for communicating with a plurality of stations for orienting and packaging the multi-packs. A web application station is provided for installing the web over a series of conveyed containers. An alignment station is provided for communicating with the controller for rotating each container relative to the web for orienting the containers. A web cutting station is provided for communicating with the controller for separating the series of connected containers into subassemblies of linked containers. Additionally the system includes a transfer station and a carton feed station for transferring linked oriented containers into each carton. 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/18 43: 2012/02/20 51: B62D 71: International Truck Intellectual Property Company, LLC 72: BROWN, Andrea, FEHRING, John D., GRUBER, Rudolf, DOWDEN, Paul, EIFERT, Michael John 33: US 31: 12/883,687 32: 2010/09/16 54: SLIDABLY ADJUSTABLE FIFTH WHEEL HITCH ASSEMBLY FOR A VEHICLE AND CONTROL SYSTEM FOR THE SAME A clinder mount assembly for a slidably adjustable fifth wheel hitch assembly comprises a slidably adjustable fifth wheel hitch assembly, a cylinder mount, a hydraulic cylinder, a first longitudinal support, and a second longitudinal support. The slidably adjustable fifth wheel hitch assebly has a first longitudinal position and a second longitudinal position. The cylinder mount is disposed adjacent at least two sides of a first frame cross member. The hydraulic cylinder is disposed between the cylinder mount and the slidably adjustable fifth wheel hitch assembly, and is attached to the cylinder mount. The first longitudinal support is disposed between the cylinder mount and a second frame cross member. The second longitudinal support is disposed between the cylinder mount and the second frame cross member. The cylinder mount is adapted to move laterally along the first frame coss member. Page 207

208 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/18 43: 2012/02/21 51: C02F 71: E.ON Anlagenservice GmbH 72: KROIS, Bernd Johannes 33: DE 31: : 2009/03/13 54: METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR RECLAMATION OF BIOMASS AND BLOCK HEATING PLANT The invention relates to a method for reclaiming biogenic mass, in particular sludge, wherein the product to be reclaimed is first dried and then thermally decomposed in a pyrolysis reactor for the purpose of creating pyrolysis gas. The method according to the invention is characterized in that the product is thermally dried in at least two drier stages arranged after one another, wherein the waste heat of the drier stage downstream of the product in the transport direction is used as process heat for the respectively upstream drier stages. The invention further relates to a system for reclaiming biogenic mass, in particular sludge. 21: 2011/ : 19/08/ : 21/02/ : E04B, E04C, E06B 71: ADRIAAN PETRUS VAN ZYL 72: ADRIAAN PETRUS VAN ZYL 33: ZA 31: 2010/ : 2010/06/30 54: MORTARLESS BUILDING SYSTEM 57: THIS invention relates to a mortarless building system for building a wall or other structure. More specifically, the invention relates to a mortarless building system comprising a plurality of interlocking building blocks having formations that jointly cooperate to secure a door and/or window frame in a structure constructed by the interlocking building blocks without requiring mortar, specialised tools or the need to cut the blocks. The mortarless building system includes: one or more frameworks each having a tongue formation projecting outwardly from an outer surface of the framework and extending at least partially along the periphery thereof; and one or more building blocks each defining at least one slot formation, wherein coinciding slot formations of a plurality of building blocks jointly define a tongue receiving formation in which the tongue formation of the framework is receivable, thereby securing the framework in a wall formed around the framework by the plurality of building blocks. Page 208

209 21: 2011/ : 19/08/ : 21/02/ : B61G 71: VICTOR HAVENGA TRUST 72: ARTHUR COOMBES, VICTOR LIONEL HAVENGA, NORMAN ROY BREEDT 33: ZA 31: 2010/ : 2010/08/24, 54: COUPLING ADAPTOR 57: THIS invention relates to a coupling adaptor. More specifically, the invention relates to a coupling adaptor for coupling railway vehicles having different types of coupling systems. The coupling adaptor includes a first coupling formation being correspondingly engageable with a first type of coupler, a second coupling formation being correspondingly engageable with a second type of coupler, and a buffer for impacting similar buffer formations on the railway vehicles during coupling. This enables, through the coupling adaptor, a first railway vehicle fitted with the first type of coupler to couple to a second railway vehicle fitted with the second type of coupler. 21: 2011/ : 19/08/ : 21/02/ : A01N 71: ARYSTA LIFESCIENCE SOUTH AFRICA (PTY) LTD 72: FERDINAND JORDAAN and DANNY MOODLEY 33: - 31: - 32: - 54: HERBICIDAL GEL FORMULATION 57: A novel herbicidal gel formulation is provided for effective control of woody weeds. The gel comprises combination of pyroidine carboxylic acids and in particular picloram and triclopyr in a ready-touse formulation. 21: 2011/ : 19/08/ : 21/02/ : A01C, A01G, B05B 71: FW BESPROEIING & INGENIEURS BK 72: DU PLESSIS FRANCOIS WYNAND 33: ZA 31: 2010/ : 2010/09/26 54: DRIP LINE TERMINATOR 57: A drip line terminator, which includes an elongate body shaped and dimensioned for being driven into soil and gripping means, shaped and dimensioned to engage a flexible tubular line. According to another aspect of the invention, a drip line terminator includes an elongate body having two ends, one end defining a sharp cutting end for being driven into soil, the other end having an aperture shaped and dimensioned to receive a flexible drip line. Page 209

210 21: 2011/ : 19/08/ : 22/02/ : A61F, G02B, G02C 71: THE ARIZONA BOARD OF REGENTS ON BEHALF OF THE UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA 72: SCHWIEGERLING JAMES T 33: US 31: 61/ : 2009/02/12 54: DIFFRACTIVE TRIFOCAL LENS 57: A diffractive multifocal lens is disclosed, comprising an optical element having at least one diffractive surface, the surface profile comprising a plurality of annular concentric zones. The optical thickness of the surface profile changes monotonically with radius within each zone, while a distinct step in optical thickness at the junction between adjacent zones defines a step height. The step heights for respective zones may differ from one zone to another periodically so as to tailor diffraction order efficiencies of the optical element. In one example of a trifocal lens, step heights alternate between two values, the even-numbered step heights being lower than the odd-numbered step heights. By plotting a topographical representation of the diffraction efficiencies resulting from such a surface profile, step heights may be optimized to direct a desired level of light power into the diffraction orders corresponding to near, intermediate, and distance vision, thereby optimizing the performance of the multifocal lens. 21: 2011/ : 19/08/ : 22/02/ : H04W 71: PARKIN NORMAN FREDERICK 72: PARKIN NORMAN FREDERICK 33: ZA 31: 2010/ : 2010/05/21 54: APPLICATION MAPPING SYSTEM 57: An application mapping system for a telecommunications device such as a mobile phone is provided. The system includes a mapping program configured to communicate with an alphanumeric keypad associated with the telecommunications device over a telecommunications interface. An electronic storage medium is provided for storing an at least partially user defined application mapping table including entries matching numeric keys to application identifiers. The system enables a user to initialize an application from the mobile phone by entering a numeric key associated with the application in the application mapping table and inputting the numeric key to the mapping program, from where the application is initialized. 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/19 43: 2012/02/21 51: B65G, F15D, F16L 71: DOIG, Scott 72: DOIG, Scott 33: AU 31: : 2009/01/28 Page 210

211 54: WEAR RESISTANT SLURRY PIPE FITTING A wear resistant pipe fitting having an inlet end in fluid communication, in use, with a first linear pipe segment, and an outlet end in fluid communication, in use, with a second linear pipe segment is disclosed. The pipe fitting comprises a first eccentric reducer arranged to receive a slurry or pipeline fluid from the first linear pipe section and deliver the slurry or pipeline fluid to a second eccentric reducer; the second eccentric reducer arranged to receive the slurry or fluid from the first eccentric reducer and deliver the slurry or pipeline fluid to the second linear pipe section; and, a flow interrupter device positioned within the first eccentric reducer for disrupting the flow of the slurry or pipeline fluid before the slurry or fluid enters the second eccentric reducer. 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/19 43: 2012/02/22 51: C03C 71: SAINT-GOBAIN GLASS FRANCE 72: SACHOT, Dominique, CINTORA, Octavio, MARIO, Olivier 33: FR 31: : 2009/02/27 54: GLASS SHEET The invention relates to a glass sheet having a light transmission greater than or equal to 89% for a thickness of 3.2 mm and a chemical composition comprising between 0.05 and 1 wt.-% bismuth oxide, between and 0.05 wt.-% iron oxide, expressed as Fe2-O3, and the following oxides expressed in weight percent: % SiO2, 0-10% Al2O3, 0-5% B2O3, 5-15% CaO, 0-10% MgO, 5-20% Na2O, 0-10% K2O, and 0-5% BaO. 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/19 43: 2012/02/22 51: B29C, B32B, C08L, E04H 71: Hydrawall Pty Ltd 72: BEALE, Lew 33: AU 31: : 2009/02/23 54: SURFACE COMPOSITION AND METHOD OF APPLICATION ABSTRACT There is provided a surface composition for reducing degradation and fading of surfaces subjected to extended periods of submersion in an aqueous liquid. The surface composition comprises at least one clear barrier layer and at least one under layer, wherein the clear barrier layer is in use, disposed atop the under layer and in contact with the aqueous liquid whereby the clear barrier layer protects the structure and appearance of the under layer. The surface composition is particularly useful in applications where the surface is subjected to extended periods of submersion in liquids containing hydrolysing or oxidising agents, exposure to ultra violet radiation, or combinations thereof, whereby the clear barrier layer provides structural protection against degradation from chemical attack and from fading due to UV exposure. There is also provided a method of manufacturing a swimming pool surface composition. There is further provided a use of a surface composition in the manufacture of a swimming pool or spa pool. There is yet further provided a swimming pool or spa pool manufactured from the inventive surface composition. 21: 2011/ : 2011/08/19 43: 2012/02/22 51: A61K, A61P, C07D 71: Merck Patent GmbH 72: HEINRICH, Timo, ZENKE, Frank, KRIER, Mireille, SCHIEMANN, Kai 33: DE 31: : 2009/01/20 54: NOVEL HETEROCYCLIC COMPOUNDS FOR USE AS METAP-2 INHIBITORS The invention relates to compounds of formula I, wherein D, X, Y, Z, R and R1 are defined as in claim Page 211

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