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PATENT JOURNAL

PATENT JOURNAL
INCLUDING TRADE MARKS, DESIGNS AND COPYRIGHT IN CINEMATOGRAPH FILMS

APRIL 2014

VOL 47 No. 4

Part II of II

ISSUED MONTHLY

DATE OF ISSUE: 30 APRIL 2014

ISSN 2223-4837

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PATENT JOURNAL
INCLUDING TRADE MARKS, DESIGNS AND COPYRIGHT IN CINEMATOGRAPH FILMS

VOL. 47 NO. 4

Date of Issue: 30 APRIL 2014

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.

ISSN 2223-4837

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
2. PATENTS .................................................................................................................................................................. 4 ASSIGNMENTS IN TERMS OF SECTION 60-REGULATIONS 58-60 AND 64 (1) .................................................. 5 CHANGE OF NAME IN TERMS OF REGULATION 39 ............................................................................................ 8 PATENT LICENSES IN TERMS OF SECTION 53 (7)-REGULATIONS 62 AND 63 ............................................... 10 PATENT APPLICATIONS ABANDONED OR WITHDRAWN ................................................................................. 10 APPLICATION FOR RESTORATION OF A LAPSED PATENT .............................................................................. 11 APPLICATION FOR VOLUNTARY SURRENDER OF PATENTS UNDER SECTION 64 (1), REGULATION 67 OF THE ACT ................................................................................................................................................................................ 11 APPLICATIONS TO AMEND SPECIFICATION ...................................................................................................... 11 INSPECTION OF SPECIFICATIONS ...................................................................................................................... 12 HYPOTHECATIONS ............................................................................................................................................. 296 JUDGMENTS ........................................................................................................................................................ 296 OFFICE PRACTISE NOTICES ............................................................................................................................. 296 NOTICE OF ADVERTISEMENT FOR AN APPLICATION FOR AMENDMENT DURING COURT PROCEEDINGS296 3. DESIGNS .............................................................................................................................................................. 297 APPLICATIONS FOR REGISTRATION OF DESIGNS IN TERMS OF ACT No. 195 OF 1993 ............................ 298 ASSIGNMENTS IN TERMS OF SECTIONS 30, 29-REGULATIONS 37, 38 AND 40 ........................................... 312 CHANGE OF NAME IN TERMS OF REGULATION 41 ........................................................................................ 312 CHANGE OF ADDRESS FOR SERVICE REGISTERED ..................................................................................... 312 CHANGE OF ADDRESS FOR PROPRIETOR REGISTERED ............................................................................. 312 APPLICATION FOR THE RESTORATION OF A LAPSED DESIGN UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT .......... 313 APPLICATION TO CORRECT AND/OR AMEND DESIGNS APPLICATION OR REGISTRATION ..................... 313 NOTICE OF REGISTRATION OF DESIGNS ........................................................................................................ 314 HYPOTHECATIONS ............................................................................................................................................. 392 JUDGMENTS ........................................................................................................................................................ 392 OFFICE PRACTISE NOTICES ............................................................................................................................. 392 4. COPYRIGHT ......................................................................................................................................................... 393 NOTICES OF ACCEPTANCE ............................................................................................................................... 394 HYPOTHECATIONS ............................................................................................................................................. 396 JUDGMENTS ........................................................................................................................................................ 396 OFFICE PRACTICE NOTICES ............................................................................................................................. 396 5. CORRECTION NOTICES ...................................................................................................................................... 397 TRADE MARK CORRECTION NOTICES ............................................................................................................. 398 PATENT CORRECTION NOTICES ...................................................................................................................... 399 DESIGN CORRECTION NOTICES....................................................................................................................... 400 COPYRIGHT CORRECTION NOTICES ............................................................................................................... 400

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2. PATENTS

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ASSIGNMENTS IN TERMS OF SECTION 60-REGULATIONS 58-60 AND 64 (1)


Application Number
2006/07193 2006/02333 2006/02333 2006/02333 2006/02333 2006/02333 2012/06745 1997/11302 1996/07745 2004/04289 2011/09150 2010/01177 2009/00986 2004/08827

Assignee
HEALTH PROTECTION AGENCY TROVIS PHARMACEUTICALS, LLC. TROVIS PHARMACEUTICALS HOLDINGS, INC. CLINICAL DATA INC. DOGWOOD PHARMACEUTICALS,INC. FOREST LABORATORIES HOLDINGS LIMITED MOVE COLLECTIVE LLC IZINGODO TIMRITE (PTY) LTD NOVARTIS INTERNATIONAL PHARMACEUTICALS LTD NOVARTIS INTERNATIONAL PHARMACEUTICALS LTD ANTHROTERRA PTY LTD ELCO SOLUTIONS PTY LTD HEALTH PROTECTION AGENCY BAYER PHARMA AG ASTRAZENECA AB AND BAYER PHARM AG ASTRAZENECA AB AND BAYER PHARM AG FUNDAMO (PTY) LTD ELAN PHARMACEUTICALS, INC. TAKEDA PHARMA A/S ARENGO 309 (PTY) LTD

Assignor
THE SECRETARY OF STATE FOR HEALTH TROVIS PHARMACEUTICALS HOLDINGS, INC. CLINICAL DATA INC. DOGWOOD PHARMACEUTICALS,INC. FOREST LABORATORIES HOLDINGS LIMITED DOGWOOD PHARMACEUTICALS,INC. SEVENTH GENERATION VENTURES, INC. TIMRITE (PTY) LTD ASPEN GLOBAL INCORPORATED ASPEN GLOBAL INCORPORATED VENEARTH GROUP LLC GEOFABRICS AUSTRALASIA PTY LTD THE SECRETARY OF STATE FOR HEALTH BAYER INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY GMBH ASTRAZENECA AB AND BAYER INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY GMBH ASTRAZENECA AB AND BAYER INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY GMBH VISA INTERNATIONAL SERVICE ASSOCIATION BIOGEN IDEC INTERNATIONAL HOLDING LTD TAKEDA NYCOMED AS INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION OF SOUTH AFRICA(HYPOTHECATION) SCHENCK PROCESS AUSTRALIA (PTY) LIMITED CLARIANT INTERNATIONAL LTD PANMIRA PHARMACEUTICALS LLC

2010/04372 2009/01050 2013/01440 2006/06557 2007/06879 2008/04285 2009/00466 2012/07558


2012/02840

SCREENEX (PTY) LTD CLARIANT FINANCE (BVI) LIMITED GLAXO GROUP LIMITED

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Application Number
2012/09766 2012/09782 2013/00391 2012/05419 2014/01001 2002/03291

Assignee
PATON, ROSS BRADLEY VIRTUAL READING GYM (PTY) LTD ZODIAC POOL CARE EUROPE CLARIANT FINANCE (BVI) LIMITED SCHOEMAN ROY EDWARD ARENGO 309 (PTY) LTD

Assignor
PATON, MURRAY ANDREW LEWIS, DAVID ANTHONY ZODIAC POOL SYSTEMS,INC. CLARIANT INTERNTIONAL LTD SCHOEMAN ROY EDWARD(50%); MARK WYNESS VOSLOO(50%) INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION OF SOUTH AFRICA(HYPOTHECATION) MAGNETIC POWER GENERATOR (PTY) LTD MAGNETIC POWER GENERATOR (PTY) LTD FINISHING BRANDS HOLDINGS INC. MUNKSJO OYJ THERABIONIC LLC GE HEALTHCARE BIO-SCIENCES CORP. AMP-THERAPEUTICS GMBH ZODIAC POOL SYSTEMS, INC. ZODIAC POOL SYSTEMS, INC. ZODIAC POOL SYSTEMS, INC. ZODIAC POOL SYSTEMS, INC. ZODIAC POOL SYSTEMS, INC. TRANSTECH PHARMA, LLC. TRANSTECH PHARMA, LLC. TRANSTECH PHARMA, LLC. TRANSTECH PHARMA, LLC. TRANSTECH PHARMA, LLC. TRANSTECH PHARMA, LLC. TRANSTECH PHARMA, LLC SMART METERING SYSTEMS SMART METERING SYSTEMS SMART METERING SYSTEMS SMART METERING SYSTEMS TRANSTECH PHARMA, LLC ABBVIE INC. BITZOUNIS, ATHANASIOS;DEMETRIADES, XENOPHON TRANSTECH PHARMA, LLC MURRAY DAVID WYCLIFFE AND DODD,CHRIS ALEXANDER AND BIOMET UK LIMITED

2013/09729 2013/08241 2012/06553 2012/05773 2009/06700 2013/00838 2011/05852 2011/01566 2013/00389 2013/00393 2013/00390 2013/00392 2008/05648 2008/00341 2008/09394 2009/06459 2010/06367 2007/00643 2011/06441 2005/08880 2005/08879 2005/08882 2005/08881 2012/00834 2012/05433 2013/03913

LABUSCHAGNE, PIETER JOHANNES LABUSCHAGNE, PIETER JOHANNES IIILINOIS TOOL WORKS INC. AHLSTROM CORPORATION PSCHE, BORIS & BARBAULT, ALEXANDRE XCELLEREX, INC. AMP-THERAPEUTICS GMBH & CO.KG ZODIAC POOL CARE EUROPE ZODIAC POOL CARE EUROPE ZODIAC POOL CARE EUROPE ZODIAC POOL CARE EUROPE ZODIAC POOL CARE EUROPE TRANSTECH PHARMA,INC. TRANSTECH PHARMA,INC. TRANSTECH PHARMA,INC. TRANSTECH PHARMA,INC. TRANSTECH PHARMA,INC. TRANSTECH PHARMA,INC. TRANSTECH PHARMA, INC. INFINITE INFRASTRUCTURE TECHNOLOGIES (PTY) LTD INFINITE INFRASTRUCTURE TECHNOLOGIES (PTY) LTD INFINITE INFRASTRUCTURE TECHNOLOGIES (PTY) LTD INFINITE INFRASTRUCTURE TECHNOLOGIES (PTY) LTD TRANSTECH PHARMA, INC. ABBOTT LABORATORIES BITZOUNIS, ATHANASIOS

2011/06441 2012/00369

TRANSTECH PHARMA, INC. MURRAY DAVID WYCLIFFE AND DODD,CHRIS ALEXANDER

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Application Number
2004/07442 2007/06648 2007/05530 2007/05530 2007/10878 2007/10878 2008/07894 2008/07894 2002/06451 2002/06451 2006/06223 2006/06223 2007/03122 2007/03122 2008/06666 2008/06666 2002/00301 2002/00301 2002/00298 2002/00298 2007/03229 2007/03229 2004/03485 2004/03485 2005/08262 2005/08262 2006/04046 2006/04046 2007/01777 2007/01777 2006/05208 2013/05927 2013/06256 2011/03569 2011/02595 2011/02713

Assignee
MULTOTEC MAGNETIC (PTY) LTD MULTOTEC RUBBER (PTY) LTD CV THERAPEUTICS,INC. GILEAD PALO ALTO INC. CV THERAPEUTICS,INC. GILEAD PALO ALTO INC. CV THERAPEUTICS,INC. GILEAD PALO ALTO INC. CV THERAPEUTICS,INC. GILEAD PALO ALTO INC. CV THERAPEUTICS,INC. GILEAD PALO ALTO INC. CV THERAPEUTICS,INC. GILEAD PALO ALTO INC. CV THERAPEUTICS,INC. GILEAD PALO ALTO INC. CV THERAPEUTICS,INC. GILEAD PALO ALTO INC. CV THERAPEUTICS,INC. GILEAD PALO ALTO INC. CV THERAPEUTICS,INC. GILEAD PALO ALTO INC. CV THERAPEUTICS,INC. GILEAD PALO ALTO INC. CV THERAPEUTICS,INC. GILEAD PALO ALTO INC. CV THERAPEUTICS,INC. GILEAD PALO ALTO INC. CV THERAPEUTICS,INC. GILEAD PALO ALTO INC. WA S.A.S JACKSON, DUDLEY JOHN CAULTON IMMUNOSCIENCES LAB INC. HITACHI POWER EUROPE GMBH STEALTH POOL PRODUCTS CC UNITED LUMINOUS INTERNATIONAL (HOLDINGS) LIMITED;LO PAUL;LO TEDDY YEUNG MAN STEALTH POOL PRODUCTS CC IMMUNOSCIENCES LAB INC. HITACHI POWER EUROPE GMBH NOVARTIS INTERNATIONAL PHARMACEUTICALS LTD BAYER BIOSCIENCE GMBH

Assignor
MULTOTEC PROCESS EQUIPMENT (PTY) LTD MULTOTEC MANUFACTURING (PTY) LTD GILEAD PALO ALTO INC. GILEAD SCIENCES, INC. GILEAD PALO ALTO INC. GILEAD SCIENCES, INC. GILEAD PALO ALTO INC. GILEAD SCIENCES, INC. GILEAD PALO ALTO INC. GILEAD SCIENCES, INC. GILEAD PALO ALTO INC. GILEAD SCIENCES, INC. GILEAD PALO ALTO INC. GILEAD SCIENCES, INC. GILEAD PALO ALTO INC. GILEAD SCIENCES, INC. GILEAD PALO ALTO INC. GILEAD SCIENCES, INC. GILEAD PALO ALTO INC. GILEAD SCIENCES, INC. GILEAD PALO ALTO INC. GILEAD SCIENCES, INC. GILEAD PALO ALTO INC. GILEAD SCIENCES, INC. GILEAD PALO ALTO INC. GILEAD SCIENCES, INC. GILEAD PALO ALTO INC. GILEAD SCIENCES, INC. GILEAD PALO ALTO INC. GILEAD SCIENCES, INC. KLAUS DIAMANTWERKZEUGE GMBH SAVVY LOO CC CYREX LABORATORIES,LLC MITSUBISHI HITACHI POWER SYSTEMS EUROPE GMBH FACIUS GARY HUIZHOU LIGHT ENGINE LTD

2011/02595 2013/06461 2013/06373 2001/01012 2001/06474

FACIUS GARY CYREX LABORATORIES,LLC MITSUBISHI HITACHI POWER SYSTEMS EUROPE GMBH ASPEN GLOBAL INCORPORATED BAYER CROPSCIENCE AG

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Application Number
2012/03438 2008/05541 2012/04202 2010/07941 2007/07540 2003/05380 2002/00954 2014/01317 2013/03673

Assignee
HITACHI POWER EUROPE GMBH HITACHI POWER EUROPE GMBH HITACHI POWER EUROPE GMBH HITACHI POWER EUROPE GMBH BUHLER AG BUHLER AG BUHLER AG VAN ZUYDAM JULIAN BRETT MAGNETIC POWER GENERATOR (PTY) LTD ROLF VAITL NOVARTIS AG CHRISTIE COLIN GILEAD PALO ALTO, INC.

Assignor
MITSUBISHI HITACHI POWER SYSTEMS EUROPE GMBH MITSUBISHI HITACHI POWER SYSTEMS EUROPE GMBH MITSUBISHI HITACHI POWER SYSTEMS EUROPE GMBH MITSUBISHI HITACHI POWER SYSTEMS EUROPE GMBH BUHLER THERMAL PROCESSES AG BUHLER THERMAL PROCESSES AG BUHLER THERMAL PROCESSES AG FLOCKHART KELVIN MARC LABUSCHAGNE PIETER JOHANNES PETRA VAITL SANDOZ AG QUADDRO TECHNOLOGIES (PTY) LTD GILEAD SCIENCES, INC.

2013/00509 2002/04147 2011/01835 2009/07565

CHANGE OF NAME IN TERMS OF REGULATION 39

Application Number 2007/0110


2004/02743 1998/04611 2011/09483

In the name of
VOESTALPINE AUTOMOTIVE GMBH BASF AKTIENGESELLSCHAFT BASF AKTIENGESELLSCHAFT JIANGSU CHIA-TAI TIANQING PHARMACEUTICAL CO., LTD VOESTALPINE AUTOMOTIVE GMBH CADBURY HOLDINGS LIMITED CADBURY HOLDINGS LIMITED CADBURY HOLDINGS LIMITED CADBURY HOLDINGS LIMITED

New name
VOESTALPINE METAL FORMING GMBH BASF SE BASF SE CHIA TAI TIANQING PHARMACEUTICAL GROUP CO., LTD VOESTALPINE METAL FORMING GMBH MONDELEZ UK HOLDINGS & SERVICES LIMITED MONDELEZ UK HOLDINGS & SERVICES LIMITED MONDELEZ UK HOLDINGS & SERVICES LIMITED MONDELEZ UK HOLDINGS &

2011/05487
2011/06410 2011/07899 2011/06411 2011/06408

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Application Number 2011/06407 2011/03963


2011/03833 2010/05371 2010/05059 2011/06409 2013/07759 2007/06879 2007/06879 1998/05281 2013/06383 2012/00202 2008/08309 2009/09036 2012/01369

In the name of
CADBURY HOLDINGS LIMITED CADBURY HOLDINGS LIMITED CADBURY HOLDINGS LIMITED CADBURY HOLDINGS LIMITED CADBURY HOLDINGS LIMITED CADBURY HOLDINGS LIMITED CADBURY HOLDINGS LIMITED NYCOMED PHARMA AS NYCOMED DANMARK APS EUROCOPTER ABBOTT BIOTECHNOLOGY LTD OMYA DEVELOPMENT AG PANASONIC ELECTRIC WORKS CO., LTD AXIP LIMITED AXIP LIMITED

New name
SERVICES LIMITED MONDELEZ UK HOLDINGS & SERVICES LIMITED MONDELEZ UK HOLDINGS & SERVICES LIMITED MONDELEZ UK HOLDINGS & SERVICES LIMITED MONDELEZ UK HOLDINGS & SERVICES LIMITED MONDELEZ UK HOLDINGS & SERVICES LIMITED MONDELEZ UK HOLDINGS & SERVICES LIMITED MONDELEZ UK HOLDINGS & SERVICES LIMITED TAKEDA NYCOMED AS TAKEDA PHARMA A/S AIRBUS HELICOPTERS ABBVIE BIOTECHNOLOGY LTD OMYA INTERNATIONAL AG PANASONIC CORPORATION VALMONT HIGHWAY TECHNOLOGY LIMITED VALMONT HIGHWAY TECHNOLOGY LIMITED VALMONT HIGHWAY TECHNOLOGY LIMITED NAANDAN JAIN IRRIGATION LTD NAANDAN JAIN IRRIGATION LTD AIRBUS HELICOPTERS AIRBUS HELICOPTERS ADMEDUS REGEN PTY LTD BETTA PHARMACEUTICALS CO., LTD NAANDAN JAIN IRRIGATION LTD VALMONT HIGHWAY TECHNOLOGY LIMITED VALMONT HIGHWAY TECHNOLOGY LIMITED VALMONT HIGHWAY TECHNOLOGY LIMITED AIRBUS HELICOPTERS ELAN PHARMACEUTICALS, LLC TAKEDA NYCOMED AS TAKEDA NYCOMED AS TAKEDA NYCOMED AS

2007/00520 2010/09060 2008/04726 2008/04668 2009/06291 2007/06089 2012/00293 2011/01033 2011/06429 2006/03206 2010/01178 1997/09933 2013/09046 2006/09938 2006/09724 2007/05875

AXIP LIMITED NAANDAN JAIN IRRIGATION C.S. LTD NAANDAN JAIN IRRIGATION C.S. LTD EUROCOPTER EUROCOPTER CELXCEL PTY LTD ZHEJIANG BETA PHARMA INC. NAANDAN JAIN IRRIGATION C.S. LTD AXIP LIMITED AXIP LIMITED AXIP LIMITED EUROCOPTER ELAN PHARMACEUTICALS, INC. NYCOMED PHARMA AS NYCOMED PHARMA AS NYCOMED PHARMA AS

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Application Number
2011/03421 2012/06153 2010/02324

In the name of
NYCOMED PHARMA AS CYKLAR-STULZ ABWASSERTECHNIK GMBH CYTEC AUSTRIA GMBH

New name
TAKEDA NYCOMED AS DEMON GMBH ALLNEX AUSTRIA GMBH

PATENT LICENSES IN TERMS OF SECTION 53 (7)-REGULATIONS 62 AND 63

Application Number
2009/04255

Assignor
JOHANNA CATHARINA ANNERINE BROWN(THE EXECUTOR OF THE ESTATE OF THE LATE SHAWN BROWN)

Assignee
DALGLIESH SECURITY (PTY) LTD

PATENT APPLICATIONS ABANDONED OR WITHDRAWN

Application Number 2013/01728 2013/00407 2013/02173 2013/03242 2013/00633 2011/08881

Not open WITHDRAWN WITHDRAWN WITHDRAWN WITHDRAWN WITHDRAWN WITHDRAWN

Date 03/3/2014 15/1/2014 17/3/2014 26/3/2014 25/3/2014 02/4/2014

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APPLICATION FOR RESTORATION OF A LAPSED PATENT


THE PATENTS ACT, No. 57 OF 1978 APPLICATION FOR THE RESTORATION OF A LAPSED PATENT UNDER SECTION 47 OF THE ACT Notice is hereby given that MULTOTEC PROCESS EQUIPMENT (PTY) LTD OF D.M.KISCH INC., 2330 BRONKHORST STREET, PRETORIA.0001, made application for the restoration of the patent granted to the said MULTOTEC PROCESS EQUIPMENT (PTY) LTD for an invention entitled LOW DENSITY MINERAL SPIRAL CONCENTRATOR, numbered 2003/05666, dated 22/07/2003 which became void on 22/07/2012, owing to the non-payment of the prescribed renewal fee. .Any person may give notice on Patent Form No. 19 of opposition to the restoration of the patent within two months of the advertisement hereof.

THE PATENTS ACT, No. 57 OF 1978 APPLICATION FOR VOLUNTARY SURRENDER OF PATENTS UNDER SECTION 64 (1), REGULATION 67 OF THE ACT
No records available

APPLICATIONS TO AMEND SPECIFICATION


THE PATENTS ACT, 1978 APPLICATIONS TO AMEND SPECIFICATION A copy of the original specification on which the proposed amendment is indicated in red, is now available for public inspection at the Patent Office. Any notice of opposition (on Patent Form 19) must be lodged at the Patent Office within two months from the date hereof. Registrar of Patent

SYNGENTA PARTICIPATIONS AG. SCHWARZWALDALLEE 215, CH-4058 BASEL, SWITZERLAND. REQUEST PERMISSION TO AMEND THE SPECIFICATION OF LETTERS PATENT APPLICATION No: 2012/03256 OF 04 MAY 2012 FOR PLANT GROWTH REGULATION.

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EISI R&D MANAGEMENT CO., LTD. 6-10, KOISHIKAWA 4-CHOME, BUNKYO-KU, TOKYO 112-8088, JAPAN. REQUEST PERMISSION TO AMEND THE SPECIFICATION OF LETTERS PATENT APPLICATION No: 2013/00659 OF 24 JANUARY 2013 FOR PHARAMACEUTICALS COMPOSITION.

SEIKO EPSON CORPORATION. 4-1, NISHI-SHINJUKU 2 CHOME, SHINJUKU-KU, TOKYO, 163-0811, JAPAN. REQUEST PERMISSION TO AMEND THE SPECIFICATION OF LETTERS PATENT APPLICATION No: 2006/10663 OF 18 DECEMBER 2006 FOR PRINTING MATERIAL CONTAINER AND BOARD MOUNTED ON PRINTING MATERIAL CONTAINER.

BOEHRINGER INGELHEIM PHARMA GMBH & CO. KG. BINGERSTRASSE 173, 55216 INGELHEIM AM RHEIN, GERMANY. REQUEST PERMISSION TO AMEND THE SPECIFICATION OF LETTERS PATENT APPLICATION No: 2004/06750 OF 02 APRIL 2003 FOR INHALATION KIT COMPRISING INHALABLE POEDER OF TIOTROPIUM.

ADRIAD PHARMACEUTICAL, INC. 26 LANDSDOWNE STREET, CAMBRIDGE, MA 02139, USA. REQUEST PERMISSION TO AMEND THE SPECIFICATION OF LETTERS PATENT APPLICATION No: 2012/02256 OF 28 MARCH 2012 FOR METHODS AND COMPOSITIONS FOR TREATING CANCER.

INSPECTION OF SPECIFICATIONS
A complete specification may, after acceptance is advertised, be inspected during office hours at the Patent Office, Pretoria, at a charge of R4, 00. Please note, that in terms of section 43 (3) if the acceptance of an application which claims priority in terms of section 31 (1) (c) is not published in terms of section 42 within 18 months from the earliest priority claimed from the relevant application in a convention country, it shall be opened to public inspection after the expiration of 18 months from the earliest priority so claimed.

COPIES OF DOCUMENTS
The Patent Office, Private Bag X400, Pretoria, supplies copies of all patent and trade mark documents at the following rate: Photocopies: R1, 00 per page (Payment to be affected by means of revenue stamps only.) COMPLETE SPECIFICATIONS ACCEPTED AND ABRIDGEMENTS OR ABSTRACTS THEREOF Complete specifications in respect of the under mentioned applications for letters Patent have been accepted by the Registrar of Patents.

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THE PATENTS ACT, 1978 (ACT NO. 57 OF 1978) In terms of section 42 (b) of the Patents Act, 1978, a patent shall be deemed to have been sealed and granted as from the date of publication of the acceptance. The numerical references denote the following: (21) Number of application. (22) Date of application. (DA) Date of acceptance. (51) Class. (71) Name of applicant(s). (72) Name of all inventors. (33) Country. (31) Number and (32) Date of convention application. (54) Title of invention. (00) Number of sheets. Registrar of Patents - APPLIED ON 25 /03/20142014/02176 ~ Complete ~54:COATING COMPOSITIONS FOR INORGANIC CASTING MOLDS AND CORES, CONTAINING SALTS, AND USE THEREOF ~71:ASK Chemicals GmbH, Reisholzstrasse 16-18, Germany ~72: Carolin WALLENHORST;Michael KLOSKOWSKI;Peter WACHTARCZYK;Stefan BEZOLD~ 33:DE ~31:10 2011 115 025.4 ~32:07/10/2011 2014/02173 ~ Provisional ~54:Park Easy ~71:Tshegofatso Brian Sebola, 75 4th avenue, alexandra, 2090, South Africa ~72: Tshegofatso Brian Sebola~ 2014/02174 ~ Provisional ~54:Audio Amplifier ~71:MADURAMUTHU, Magandran, 107 Courtown Crescent, Avoca Hills, South Africa ~72: MADURAMUTHU, Magandran~ 2014/02175 ~ Complete ~54:Magnet device ~71:SEH Limited, Level 1, LM Complex, Brewery Street, Mriehel, Malta ~72: Jrmy HEIN;Martin MARSCHNER VON HELMREICH~ 33:AT ~31:A 1260/2011 ~32:05/09/2011 2014/02177 ~ Complete ~54:A method for binding leaves and a binding element and binding device applied thereto ~71:UNIBIND LIMITED, Margarita House 15 Them. Dervis Street 136, Cyprus ~72: Guido PELEMAN~ 33:BE ~31:2011/0589 ~32:07/10/2011 2014/02178 ~ Complete ~54:PERISTALTIC PUMP AND PUMPHEAD THEREFOR ~71:WATSON-MARLOW LIMITED, Falmouth, United Kingdom ~72: BROKENSHIRE, Steven~ 33:GB ~31:1118428.0 ~32:25/10/2011 2014/02181 ~ Complete ~54:DETERGENT COMPOSITION ~71:THE PROCTER & GAMBLE COMPANY, One Procter & Gamble PlazaCincinattiOhio, United States of America ~72: MAGENNIS EUAN JOHN;SWABEY KERRY LOUISE~ 33:EP ~31:11184921.2 ~32:12/10/2011 2014/02183 ~ Complete ~54:SYSTEMS AND METHODS FOR MOUNTING DYNAMICALLY MODULAR PROCESSING UNITS ~71:SULLIVAN JASON A, 299 South Main StreetSuite 1300Salt Lake CityUT 84111, United States of America ~72: SULLIVAN JASON A~ 33:US ~31:61/539 474 ~32:27/09/2011;33:US ~31:13/342 199 ~32:02/01/2012;33:US ~31:13/628 022 ~32:26/09/2012 2014/02189 ~ Complete ~54:MIXTURE OF HYDROFLUOROOLEFIN AND FLUOROKETONE FOR USE AS AN INSULATION AND/OR ARC-EXTINGUISHING MEDIUM AND A GAS INSULATED MEDIUM-VOLTAGE ELECTRICAL DEVICE COMPRISING SAME ~71:SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC INDUSTRIES SAS, 35 Rue Joseph MonierF-92500Rueil-Malmaison, France ~72: GIRODET ALAIN;KIEFFEL YANNICK;MALADEN ROMAIN;PICCOZ DANIEL~ 33:FR ~31:11 58456 ~32:22/09/2011 2014/02202 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR STARTING, METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR ACCEPTING STARTING, AND METHOD ANS SYSTEM FOR INTER-APPLICATION MUTUAL STARTING ~71:TENCENT TECHNOLOGY (SHENZHEN) COMPANY LIMITED, Room 403, East Block 2, SEG Park,

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Zhenxing Road, Futian District Shenzhen 518044, Guangdong, People's Republic of China ~72: GUO, HONGYU;LI, XIANZHI;MA, MING;TU, XIAOJING;YU, BIN;ZHANG, HAO;ZHOU, LEI~ 33:CN ~31:201110249052.9 ~32:26/08/2011 2014/02192 ~ Complete ~54:C10RF32 ANTIBODIES, AND USES THEREOF FOR TREATMENT OF CANCER ~71:COMPUGEN LTD., 72 Pinchas Rosen ST., Tel Aviv, 69512, Israel ~72: BRIANTE, RAFFAELLA;COJOCARU, GAD S;DASSA, LIAT;LEVINE, ZURIT;LEVY, OFER;PERGAM, TANIA;ROTMAN, GALIT;SINGH, SHWETA;WATSON, SUSAN R~ 33:US ~31:61/593,344 ~32:01/02/2012;33:US ~31:61/697,369 ~32:06/09/2012 2014/02205 ~ Complete ~54:PROCESS FOR PREPARING A FOOD COMPOSITION ~71:HILL'S PET NUTRITION ,INC., 400 SW 8th Avenue TOPEKA 66605KS, United States of America ~72: KAPPELMAN,DAVID;MONTELONGO,LUIS J.;NADEAU,DOUGLAS~ 2014/02207 ~ Complete ~54:A PHARMACEUTICAL COMPOSITION COMPRISING THE PHYTOCANNABINOIDS CANNABIDIVARIN (CBDV)AND CANNABIDIOL (CBD) ~71:GW PHARMA LIMITED , Porton Down Science ParkSALISBURY SP4 0JQWILTSHIRE, United Kingdom;OTSUKA PHARMACEUTICAL CO. LIMITED, 9Kanda-Tsukasamachi 2-chome CHIYODA-KU 101-8535TOKYO , Japan ~72: STEPHENS,GARY;WHALLEY,BENJAMIN;WIILLIAMS,CLAIRE~ 33:GB ~31:1116789.7 ~32:29/09/2011 2014/02216 ~ Complete ~54:GALVANIZED STEEL SHEET AND METHOD OF MANUFACTURING THE SAME ~71:NIPPON STEEL & SUMITOMO METAL CORPORATION , 6-1Marunouchi 2-chome CHIYODA-KU 1008071TOKYO, Japan ~72: AZUMA,MASAFUMI;FUJITA,NOBUHIRO;NOZAKI,TAKAYUKI;TAKAHASHI,MANABU;WAKABAYASHI,CHISATO ~ 33:JP ~31:2011-217811 ~32:30/09/2011 2014/02185 ~ Complete ~54:AMMONIA PRODUCTION BY INTEGRATED INTENSIFIED PROCESSES ~71:UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE, 6 Kensington TerraceNewcastle Upon tyneNE1 7RU, United Kingdom ~72: AKAY GALIP~ 33:GB ~31:1014304.8 ~32:27/08/2010 2014/02186 ~ Complete ~54:CARTRIDGE FOR COFFEE AND SOLUBLE PRODUCTS IN GENERAL ~71:GOGLIO S.P.A, Via Andrea Solari 10I-20144, Italy ~72: BOTTINI GIORGIO;GOGLIO FRANCO;LA GAMBA LUCA;LONGHINI DONATO~ 33:IT ~31:MI2011A001847 ~32:10/10/2011 2014/02188 ~ Complete ~54:LSR ANTIBODIES, AND USES THEREOF FOR TREATMENT OF CANCER ~71:COMPUGEN LTD, 72 Pinchas Rosen St.,Tel Aviv, Israel ~72: COJOCARU GADY S;DASSA LIAT;LEVINE ZURIT;LEVY OFER;POW ANDREW;ROTMAN GALIT;SAMEACH-GREENWALD SHIRLEY~ 33:US ~31:61/662 470 ~32:21/06/2012 2014/02209 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR SORTING LIDAR DATA ~71:WEYERHAEUSER NR COMPANY , P.O Box 9777CH1J27FEDERAL WAY 98063-9777WA, United States of America ~72: WELTY,JEFFREYJ.~ 33:US ~31:13/245,514 ~32:26/09/2011 2014/02180 ~ Provisional ~54:HANDLING OF EMULSION EXPLOSIVES ~71:IPTREE TRUST (TRUST NUMBER 503/2009, 5 Libertas RoadSomerset Office ParkBuliseye Gebou, South Africa ~72: BUHRMANN RUDOLPH;BUHRMANN RUDOLPH TEODOR~ 2014/02196 ~ Complete ~54:SCENE CHANGE DETECTION FOR PERCEPTUAL QUALITY EVALUATION IN VIDEO SEQUENCES ~71:DEUTSCHE TELEKOM AG, Friedrich-Ebert Allee 140, 53113, Bonn, Germany;TELEFONAKTIEBOLAGET L ERICSSON (PUBL), S-164 83, Stockholm, Sweden ~72: ARGYROPOULOS, SAVVAS;LINDEGREN, DAVID;LIST, PETER;PETTERSSON, MARTIN~

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2014/02179 ~ Provisional ~54:WELL LOGGING ~71:ORPEN JOHN LISLE, Flat 110 Greenbriars71 Dorset Road, South Africa ~72: ORPEN JOHN LISLE~ 2014/02182 ~ Complete ~54:CHEMICAL LOOPING REMOVAL OF VENTILATION AIR METHANE ~71:NEWCASTLE INNOVATION LIMITED, Industry Development CentreUniversity DriveCollaghan, Australia ~72: DOROODCHI ELHAM;MOGHTADERI BEHDAD~ 33:AU ~31:2011904045 ~32:30/09/2011 2014/02193 ~ Complete ~54:A LIQUID HARD SURFACE ANTIMICROBIAL CLEANING COMPOSITION ~71:UNILEVER PLC, Unilever House, 100 Victoria Embankment, London Greater London, EC4Y 0DY, United Kingdom ~72: BARNE, SAMEER KESHAV;CHAKRABORTTY, AMIT;SAJI, MAYA TREESA~ 33:IN ~31:3095/MUM/2011 ~32:03/11/2011 2014/02190 ~ Complete ~54:MESSAGE DISPLAY METHOD, SYSTEM, TERMINAL AND SERVER ~71:TENCENT TECHNOLOGY (SHENZHEN) COMPANY LIMITED, 4/F,East 2 Block, SEG Park, Zhenxing Road, Futian District, Shenzhen, 518044, Guangdong, People's Republic of China ~72: LI, XINZHU;YANG, QING~ 33:CN ~31:201110246611.0 ~32:25/08/2011 2014/02194 ~ Complete ~54:SHAPED FOOD CONCENTRATE ~71:UNILEVER PLC, Unilever House, 100 Victoria Embankment, London Greater London, EC4Y 0DY, United Kingdom ~72: ACHTERKAMP, GEORG~ 33:EP ~31:11187894.8 ~32:04/11/2011 2014/02198 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD FOR TREATING CAPILLARY HEMANGIOMAS ~71:GALDERMA S.A., World Trade Center, Avenue Gratta- Paille 1, Lausanne 30 Grey, CH-1000, Switzerland ~72: SCHERER, WARREN J~ 33:US ~31:61/548,838 ~32:19/10/2011 2014/02199 ~ Complete ~54:OBTAINING OR PROVIDING KEY DATA ~71:IRDETO B.V., 105 Taurus Avenue, 2132 LS, Hoofddorp, Netherlands ~72: XU, SHENGBO~ 33:EP ~31:PCT/EP13/056261 ~32:25/03/2013 2014/02210 ~ Complete ~54:PROCESS FOR THE HYDRODECHLORINATION OF A LIQUID FEED COMPRISING DICHLOROACETIC ACID ~71:AKZO NOBEL CHEMICALS INTERNATIONAL B.V., Stationsstraat 77AMERSFOORT NL-3811MH, Netherlands ~72: KOOIJMAN ,CORNELIS;NIEUWHOF ,MELLE RINZE;TOLLIN,LARS MAGNUS;VAN DEN BERG ,JACOBUS;VAN HAL,HENRICUS JOHANNES MARINUS PETRUS;VOS,HENDRIK JAN~ 33:EP ~31:11185953.4 ~32:20/10/2011 2014/02213 ~ Complete ~54:PRINTABLE FILM ~71:INNOVIA FILMS LIMITED , Station Road WIGTON CA7CUMBRIA, United Kingdom ~72: CARRUTHERS ,DAVID;READ,SIMON JAMES~ 33:GB ~31:1116633.7 ~32:27/09/2011 2014/02215 ~ Complete ~54:HIGH VOLTAGE INSULATION SYSTEM AND A HIGH VOLTAGE INDUCTIVE DEVICE COMPRISING SUCH AN INSULATION SYSTEM ~71:ABB TECHNOLOGY AG, Affolternstrasse 44ZURICH CH-8050, Switzerland ~72: BERGLUND,MATS;BERTILSSON,STINA;BRUNSTROM,TINA;ERIKSSON,ANDERS BO;LINDGREN,JAN;RAMKVIST,MATS;WEDIN,ERIK~ 33:EP ~31:11185609.2 ~32:18/10/2011 2014/02204 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD AND DEVICE FOR PRODUCING PIG IRON ~71:SIEMENS VAI METALS TECHNOLOGIES GMBH, TurmstraBe 44LINZ A-4031, Austria ~72: HECKMANN,HADO;MILLNER,ROBERT;ROSENFELLNER,GERALD~ 33:AT ~31:A1421/2011 ~32:30/09/2011 2014/02208 ~ Complete ~54:PROCESS FOR THE PURIFICATION OF A LIQUID FEED COMPRISING MCA AND DCA ~71:AKZO NOBEL CHEMICALS INTERNATIONAL B.V., Stationsstraat 77AMERSFOORT NL-3811 MH, Netherlands ~72: KOELEWIJN,WILLEM;KOOIJMAN,CORNELIS;NIEUWHOF,MELLE

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RINZE;TOLLINM,LARS MAGNUS;VAN HAL,HENRICUS JOHANNES MARINUS PETRUS;VOS,HENDRIK JAN~ 33:EP ~31:11185948.4 ~32:20/10/2011 2014/02217 ~ Provisional ~54:COUPLING PIN ~71:ERASMUS,CHADWICK TED, 35 Caledon StreetBellville South7530, South Africa ~72: ERASMUS,CHADWICK TED~ 2014/02206 ~ Complete ~54:FISCHER-TROPSCH CATALYST COMPRISING COBALT,MAGNESIUM AND PRECIOUS METAL ~71:JOHNSON MATTHEY PUBLIC LIMITED , 5th Floor 25 Farringdon StreetLONDON EC4A 4AB, United Kingdom ~72: BOLDRIN,PAUL;CLARIDGE,JOHN BLEDDYN;COMBES,GARY BEVAN;GALLAGHER,JAMES ROBIN;ROSSEINSKY,MATTHEW J~ 33:GB ~31:1117738.3 ~32:14/10/2011 2014/02184 ~ Complete ~54:AMMONIA PRODUCTION BY INTEGRATED INTENSIFIED PROCESSES ~71:UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE, 6 Kensington TerraceNewcastle Upon TyneNE1 7RU, United Kingdom ~72: AKAY GALIP~ 33:GB ~31:1014304.8 ~32:27/08/2010 2014/02187 ~ Provisional ~54:HORN MEASURING DEVICE ~71:WILLE STEFAN LEON, Nywerheidstraat 12George Industria, South Africa ~72: WILLE STEFAN LEON~ 2014/02191 ~ Provisional ~54:KITE LINE REELING DEVICE ~71:VAN DER WESTHUIZEN, JOHANNES PETRUS, 222 Riverfront Avenue SW, Unit 2111, Calgary, Alberta, Canada ~72: VAN DER WESTHUIZEN, JOHANNES PETRUS~ 2014/02195 ~ Complete ~54:COMBINATION THERAPY FOR CHEMORESISTANT CANCERS ~71:CELGENE CORPORATION , 86 Morris Avenue, Summit, 07901, New Jersey, United States of America ~72: COOPER, SIMON JAMES;COPLAND III, JOHN A;MARLOW, LAURA ANN;TUN, HAN WIN~ 33:US ~31:61/539,452 ~32:26/09/2011 2014/02211 ~ Complete ~54:HYBRID HYDRODYNAMIC AND HYDROSTATIC BEARING BUSHING AND LUBRICATION SYSTEM FOR ROLLING MILL ~71:SIEMENS INDUSTRY,INC , 3333 Old Milton Parkway ALPHARETTA 30005-4437GA, United States of America ~72: MASE,ROBERT;OSGOOD,PETER N.;WIILIAMS,MORTIMER;WOJTKOWSKI JR,THOMAS C.~ 33:US ~31:13/248,354 ~32:29/09/2011 2014/02212 ~ Complete ~54:LIQUID MOLDING RESIN WITH NONSWELLING MICA ~71:MARUZEN PETROCHEMICAL CO.,LTD, 25-10Hatchobori 2 chome CHUO-KU 104-8502TOKYO, Japan;METTON AMERICA,INC, 2727 Miller Cut-Off Road LAPORTE 77571TX, United States of America ~72: ABE,MASANORI;BABA,HIROMITSU;KATO,TAKESHI;MINAMI,HIROYUKI;WEST,BEAU JEREMY;YOKOO,YUSUKE~ 33:US ~31:13/299,477 ~32:18/11/2011 2014/02214 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD FOR TREATING THE SURFACE OF A BANKNOTE ~71:OBERTHUR FIDUCIAIRE SAS, 7 avenue de Messine PARIS F-75008, France ~72: BORDE,XAVIER;CHAPEAU,GUILLAUME;GILLOT,JULIEN~ 33:FR ~31:1158646 ~32:27/09/2011 2014/02197 ~ Complete ~54:BUFFERED UPPER GI ABSORPTION PROMOTER ~71:AMIP, LLC, 101 North Main Street, Clearfield, 84015, Utah, United States of America ~72: BORTZ, JONATHAN;HARTLE, JENNIFER~ 33:US ~31:61/538,028 ~32:22/09/2011;33:US ~31:13/625,652 ~32:24/09/2012 2014/02200 ~ Complete ~54:EX VIVO MATURATION OF ISLET CELLS ~71:ISLET SCIENCES, INC., 641 Lexington Avenue, 6th Floor, New York, 10022, New York, United States of America ~72: LAKEY, JONATHAN R T~ 33:US ~31:61/540,288 ~32:28/09/2011;33:US ~31:61/540,293 ~32:28/09/2011

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2014/02201 ~ Complete ~54:POWER SKIRTING CLIP ~71:STRUFAST (PTY) LIMITED, 1316 The Club House Straight, Maraisburg, , South Africa ~72: BEKKER, ADRIAN ROBERT;UYS, PIETER~ 33:ZA ~31:2013/02765 ~32:17/04/2013 2014/02203 ~ Provisional ~54:SOLAR POWERED DEVICE FOR USE IN A SHACK ~71:MACVAD SFRICA LIMITED (INCORPORATED IN NEW ZEALAND), 1st Floor, AMR Office Building No. 2, Concorde Road East, South Africa ~72: LORENZINI, GUIDO ROBERTO~ . - APPLIED ON 2014/03/26 -

2014/02259 ~ Complete ~54:HOT-DIP GALVANIZED STEEL SHEET AND MANUFACTURING METHOD THEREOF ~71:NIPPON STEEL & SUMITOMO METAL CORPORATION, 6-1, Marunouchi 2-chome, Chiyoda-Ku 100-8071, Tokyo, Japan ~72: AZUMA, MASAFUMI;FUJITA, NOBUHIRO;NOZAKI, TAKAYUKI;TAKAHASHI, MANABU;WAKABAYASHI, CHISATO~ 33:JP ~31:2011-217108 ~32:30/09/2011;33:JP ~31:2011-218046 ~32:30/09/2011 2014/02254 ~ Complete ~54:STEEL SHEET PROVIDED WITH HOT DIP GALVANIZED LAYER EXCELLENT IN PLATING WETTABILITY AND PLATING ADHESION AND METHOD OF PRODUCTION OF SAME ~71:NIPPON STEEL & SUMITOMO METAL CORPORATION, 6-1, Marunouchi 2-chome, Chiyoda-Ku 100-8071, Tokyo, Japan ~72: FUJITA, SOSHI;SATO, KOICHI;YAMANAKA, SHINTARO~ 33:JP ~31:2011-217144 ~32:30/09/2011 2014/02232 ~ Complete ~54:RETORT CONTAINER WITH THERMALLY FUSED DOUBLE-SEAMED OR CRIMP-SEAMED METAL END ~71:SONOCO DEVELOPMENT INC, 1 North Second Street,Hartsville, United States of America ~72: JEREMY MORIN;TREVOR PRICE~ 33:US ~31:13/224,651 ~32:02/09/2011 2014/02218 ~ Provisional ~54:LIGHT SOURCE WITH AUTOMATIC COLOUR TEMPERATURE ADJUSTMENT ~71:AZOTEQ (PTY) LTD, 109 Main Street, South Africa ~72: BRUWER, Frederick Johannes~ 2014/02233 ~ Complete ~54:MONOLAYER CARBON DIOXIDE BARRIER PET BOTTLES ~71:PLASTIPAK PACKAGING, INC., 41605 Ann Arbor Road, United States of America ~72: DESHPANDE, Girish, N.~ 33:US ~31:61/533,449 ~32:12/09/2011 2014/02234 ~ Complete ~54:COMPOSITIONS COMPRISING SALBUTAMOL SULPHATE ~71:MEXICHEM AMANCO HOLDING S.A. DE C.V., Rio San Javier No. 10, FraccionamientoViveros del Rio, Tlalnepantla, Mexico ~72: CORR, Stuart;NOAKES, Timothy James~ 33:GB ~31:1117621.1 ~32:12/10/2011 2014/02220 ~ Complete ~54:CERAMIC REFRACTORY STOPPER ~71:REFRACTORY INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY GMBH & CO. KG, WIENERBERGSTRASSE 11, A-1100 WIEN, AUSTRIA, Austria ~72: HASLINGER, Hans-Jrgen;KAUFMANN, Helmut;NITZL, Gerald;STRANIMAIER, Arno~ 33:EP ~31:11182436.3 ~32:23/09/2011 2014/02223 ~ Complete ~54:FLUSHING DEVICE AND METHOD FOR CLEANING AN INDIVIDUAL PIPE OF THE PIPE SYSTEM OF A BOILER WALL OF A STEAM GENERATOR, SAID INDIVIDUAL PIPE BRANCHING OFF FROM A HEADER PIPING ~71:MITSUBISHI HITACHI POWER SYSTEMS EUROPE GMBH, SCHIFFERSTRASSE 80, 47059 DUISBURG, GERMANY, Germany ~72: BRANDENBURG, Stephan;BUSCHMANN, Michael;GRAF, Detlef;STEGEMANN, Carsten;WILDE, Manfred~ 33:DE ~31:10 2011 053 172.6 ~32:31/08/2011 2014/02222 ~ Complete ~54:INTEGRATED MULTI-FUNCTION WINDOW ~71:NINGBO XIANFENG NEW MATERIAL CO., LTD, SHANXIA VILLAGE JISHIGANG TOWN, YINZHOU, NINGBO CITY, ZHEJIANG PROVINCE, 315127, CHINA, People's Republic of China ~72: LU, Xianfeng;SANG, Jianhua~ 33:CN

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~31:201220223245.7 ~32:16/05/2012;33:CN ~31:201220341473.4 ~32:16/07/2012;33:CN ~31:201220341993.5 ~32:16/07/2012 2014/02221 ~ Complete ~54:CO-CRYSTALS OF CYPRODINIL AND DITHIANON ~71:BASF SE, D-67056 LUDWIGSHAFEN, GERMANY, Germany ~72: CHIODO, Tiziana;GOLD, Randall, Evan;SOWA, Christian;VOGEL, Ralf~ 33:EP ~31:11179335.2 ~32:30/08/2011;33:US ~31:61/528,776 ~32:30/08/2011;33:EP ~31:12159171.3 ~32:13/03/2012 2014/02224 ~ Complete ~54:DIAGNOSTIC APPARATUS ~71:ORRECO LIMITED, The Innovation Centre Institute of Technology Ash Lane, Ireland ~72: MOORE, Brian~ 33:GB ~31:1115843.3 ~32:13/09/2011 2014/02225 ~ Complete ~54:ENCAPSULATION BARRIER STACK ~71:AGENCY FOR SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND RESEARCH, 1 Fusionopolis Way, Singapore;TERA-BARRIER FILMS PTE LTD, 3 Research Link, Singapore ~72: RAMADAS, Senthil Kumar;SHANMUGAVEL, Saravan~ 33:US ~31:61/550,764 ~32:24/10/2011 2014/02226 ~ Complete ~54:4-AMINO-3-PHENYLAMINO-6-PHENYLPYRAZOLO[3,4-D] PYRIMIDINE DERIVATIVES, THEIR MANUFACTURE AND THEIR USE AS ANTIVIRAL ACTIVE SUBSTANCES ~71:DRITTE PATENTPORTFOLIO BETEILIGUNGSGESELLSCHAFT MBH & CO. KG , Berliner Strasse 1 12529 Schnefeld/OT , Germany ~72: MAKAROV, Vadim;SCHMIDTKE, Michaela;WUTZLER, Peter~ 33:DE ~31:10 2011 116 373.9 ~32:14/10/2011;33:DE ~31:10 2011 116 384.4 ~32:20/10/2011 2014/02227 ~ Complete ~54:ANTI-VIRAL COMPOUNDS ~71:KINETA, INC., 219 Terry Ave N., Suite 300, Seattle, United States of America ~72: BEDARD, Kristin;FOWLER, Kerry, W.;IADONATO, Shawn, P.;IMANAKA, Myra, Wang~ 33:US ~31:61/542,056 ~32:30/09/2011 2014/02219 ~ Complete ~54:PROCESS FOR THE PRODUCTION OF A PIPE LINED WITH AN INLINER ~71:EVONIK INDUSTRIES AG, RELLINGHAUSER STRASSE 1-11, 45128 ESSEN, GERMANY, Germany ~72: BERGER, Jan;DOWE, Andreas;FRANOSCH, Juergen;GENSHEIMER, Marco;KANNENGIEER, Uwe~ 33:DE ~31:102013205614.1 ~32:28/03/2013 2014/02228 ~ Complete ~54:Composite ramp plate for electronically-actuated locking differential ~71:Eaton Corporation, 1000 Eaton Boulevard, United States of America ~72: EDLER, Andrew N~ 33:US ~31:13/247,455 ~32:28/09/2011 2014/02229 ~ Complete ~54:Apparatus and method for quantitatively coating catalyst support ~71:Heesung Catalysts Corporation, #507 Sihwa Industrial Complex 1Da, 1251-6, Jungwang-dong, Republic of Korea ~72: HAN, Hyun Sik;HAN, Sang Yun;NA, Seung Chul~ 33:KR ~31:10-2011-0098682 ~32:29/09/2011 2014/02230 ~ Complete ~54:Protection of cables ~71:Aman Technologies (Pty) Ltd, 25 Ernest Oppenheimer Rd, 1st Floor Finance House, Bruma, South Africa ~72: JANSE VAN VUUREN, Renier;VAN ZYL, Johannes~ 33:ZA ~31:2011/01764 ~32:08/09/2011 2014/02231 ~ Complete ~54:Solar collector with solar turbine or turbocharger ~71:VILLARRUBIA RUIZ, Jonas, Florencia 16 Piso 9 Letra C, Coslada, Spain ~72: VILLARRUBIA RUIZ, Jonas~ 2014/02260 ~ Complete ~54:SYSTEMS AND METHODS FOR LANGUAGE LEARNING ~71:SPEECHFX, 310 East State Street, Suite 10, American Fork 84003 UT, United States of America ~72: ALLEN, MOLLIE;BARTHOLOMEW, SUSAN;DAVIS, LEO;HALBOSTAD, MARY;SHEPHERD, JOHN;SHEPHERED, JOSEPH;ZANG, XINCHAUAN~ 33:US ~31:13/224,197 ~32:01/09/2011

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2014/02261 ~ Provisional ~54:OIL HARVESTING DEVICE ~71:DEVOFLO (PROPRIETARY) LIMITED, Unit 15 Meerzicht Business Park, 33 Kelly Road, Jet Park, South Africa ~72: DEY, JAMES SCOTT DAVIDSON;VAN RHYN, DAMON TYRONE;VAN RHYN, DAVID ANDREW~ 2014/02243 ~ Complete ~54:PROCESS TO PRODUCE BIOFUELS VIA ORGANIC PHASE THERMAL HYDROCATALYTIC TREATMENT OF BIOMASS ~71:SHELL INTERNATIONALE RESEARCH MAATSCHAPPIJ B.V., Carel van Bylandtlaan 302596 HR The Hague, Netherlands ~72: JOHNSON,KIMBERLY,ANN;POWELL,JOSEPH,BROUN~ 33:US ~31:61/553,591 ~32:31/10/2011 2014/02256 ~ Complete ~54:HIGH-STRENGTH HOT-DIP GALVANIZED STEEL SHEET ~71:NIPPON STEEL & SUMITOMO METAL CORPORATION, 6-1, Marunouchi 2-chome, Chiyoda-Ku 100-8071, Tokyo, Japan ~72: FUJITA, SOSHI;SATO, KOICHI;YAMANAKA, SHINTARO~ 33:JP ~31:2011-217146 ~32:30/09/2011 2014/02257 ~ Complete ~54:TAPERED STRUCTURE CONSTRUCTION ~71:Keystone Tower Systems , Inc, 337 Summer Street, Boston 02210, MA, United States of America ~72: NAYFEH, SAMIR A.;SLOCUM, ALEXANDER H.;SMITH, ERIC D.;TAKATA, ROSALIND K.~ 33:US ~31:61/537,013 ~32:20/09/2011 2014/02262 ~ Complete ~54:CAN ENDS HAVING MACHINE READABLE INFORMATION ~71:CROWN PACKAGING TECHNOLOGY, INC, 11535 South Central Avenue, Alsip 60803, IL, United States of America ~72: McGIRR, LAURA JANE;RAMSEY, CHRISTOPHER PAUL~ 33:US ~31:61/539,784 ~32:27/09/2011 2014/02237 ~ Complete ~54:GENERATOR ~71:GROENEWALD,DAVID LUCAS, 63 Constantia AvenueMnandi Centurion, South Africa;GROENEWALD,FELIX ERROL, 63 Constantia Avenue MnandiCenturion, South Africa ~72: GROENEWALD,DAVID LUCAS;GROENEWALD,FELIX ERROL~ 33:ZA ~31:2011/07888 ~32:28/10/2011 2014/02241 ~ Provisional ~54:MANHOLE COVER ~71:GRAIG JOHN SMITH, 55 Richard Avenue HomesteadGermiston1401, South Africa ~72: GRAIG JOHN SMITH~ 2014/02571 ~ Complete ~54:SELECTIVE ANDROGEN RECEPTOR MODULATORS ~71:ELI LILY AND COMPANY, Lily Corporate Center, Indianapolis 46285, IN, United States of America ~72: GREEN, JONATHAN EDWARD;JADHAV, PRABHAKAR KONDAJI;KRISHNAN, VENKATESH;MATTHEWS, DONALD PAUL;SAEED, ASHRAF;STEPHENSON, GREGORY ALAN~ 33:US ~31:61/564,711 ~32:13/10/2011 2014/02258 ~ Complete ~54:CD27L ANTIGEN BINDING PROTEINS ~71:AMGEN, INC., One Amgen Center Drive, Thousand Oaks 91320-1799, CA, United States of America ~72: DELANEY, JOHN M.;FANSLOW III, WILLIAM CHRISTIAN;KING, CHADWIK TERENCE~ 33:US ~31:61/538,024 ~32:22/09/2011 2014/02245 ~ Complete ~54:COMPOSITE HEAT SOURCE FOR A SMOKING ARTICLE ~71:PHILIP MORRIS PRODUCTS S.A., Quai Jeanrenaud 3CH-2000 Neuchatel , Switzerland ~72: BABER,JENS;FRIEDRICH,HOLGER;RAETHER,FRIEDRICH~ 33:EP ~31:11196058.9 ~32:29/12/2011 2014/02247 ~ Complete ~54:BOTTOM DISCHARGE CONTAINER ~71:BULK BOX LOGISTICS (PTY) LIMITED, 154 Cape Road Port Elizabeth 6001Eastern Cape , South Africa ~72: FLEISCHER,TIMOTHY JOHN~ 33:ZA ~31:2011/06899 ~32:21/09/2011 2014/02251 ~ Provisional ~54:MUDFLAP MOUNTING ~71:BERGMANN HARALD ANDRE, 40 Daniel Malan Avenue, South Africa ~72: BERGMANN, HARALD ANDRE~ 2014/02253 ~ Complete ~54:DISPOSABLE WEARING ARTICLE ~71:UNICHARM CORPORATION , 182, Shimobun, Kinsei-cho, Shikokuchuo-Shi 799011, Ehime, Japan ~72: YOSHIOKA, TOSHIYASU~ 33:JP ~31:2011-218056 ~32:30/09/2011

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2014/02255 ~ Complete ~54:HERBICIDAL PYRIDAZINONE DERIVATIVES ~71:SYNGENTA LIMITED, European Regional Centre, Priestley Road, Surrey Research Park, Guilgford Surrey GU2 7YH, United Kingdom ~72: BHONOAH, YUNAS;ELLIOT, ALISON CLARE;GAULIER, STEVEN;LING, KENNETH;MITCHELL, GLYNN;MORRIS, JAMES ALAN;RZEPA, PAULA ROCHA;VINER, RUSSELL COLIN~ 33:GB ~31:1117019.8 ~32:04/10/2011 2014/02692 ~ Provisional ~54:A SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR OPTIMIZING POWER EFFICIENCY IN A RECEIVER DEVICE ~71:ALTECH NETSTAR INTERNATIONAL (PROPRIETARY)LIMITED , Block O Central Park Offices 16th Road Randjiespark Ext 5MidrandJohannesburg , South Africa ~72: GROENEWALD ,BAREND STEPHANUS;MORGAN,ADRIAN HOWARD WYNNE;SCHOEMAN,ERICH~ 2014/02235 ~ Provisional ~54:POST DESIGN(S)FOR EASIER INSTALLATION OF PANELLED FENCES ~71:PIETER DREW BAYLY, 54 Simons WayDewijnlanden, South Africa ~72: PIETER DREW BAYLY~ 2014/02246 ~ Complete ~54:BULK MATERIAL LOADING ARRANGEMENT ~71:BULK BOX LOGISTICS (PTY) LIMITED , 154 Cape Road Port Elizabeth6001Eastern Cape, South Africa ~72: FLEISCHER,TIMOTHY JOHN~ 33:ZA ~31:2011/06898 ~32:21/09/2011 2014/02239 ~ Complete ~54:REDUCED GAUGE BOTTLE CAP ~71:FRISHMAN ABE , 2924 CambridgeshireCarrolltonTX 75007, United States of America ~72: FRISHMAN ABE~ 33:US ~31:13/267,264 ~32:06/10/2011 2014/02250 ~ Complete ~54:ANTIBACTERIAL COMPOUNDS AND METHODS FOR USE ~71:PTC THERAPEUTICS,INC. , 100 Corporate CircleSouth Plainfield07080New Jersey, United States of America ~72: ARASU,TAMIL;ARNOLD,MICHAEL ANDREW;BAIRD,JOHN DAVID;BRANSTROM,ARTHUR;DU,WU;GERASYUTO,ALEKSEY I;GINZBURG,OLYA;GORSKE,YI JIN KIM;JOSYULA,VARA PRASAD VENKATA NAGENDRA;KARP,GARY;NARASIMHAN,JANA;PEDDI,SRINIVASA;QI,HONGYAN;SMITH,SEAN WESLEY;TURPOFF,ANTHONY ALLAN;WANG,JIASHI;WILDE,RICHARD GERALD;YANG,TIANLE;ZHANG ,NANJING;ZHANG,XIAOYAN~ 33:US ~31:61/528,576 ~32:29/08/2011 2014/02236 ~ Complete ~54:AIRCRAFT ~71:GROENEWALD,FELIX ERROL, 63 Constantia AvenueMnandiCenturion , South Africa ~72: GROENEWALD,DAVID LUCAS;GROENEWALD,FELIX ERROL~ 33:ZA ~31:2011/07462 ~32:12/10/2011 2014/02238 ~ Complete ~54:EASY-PULL BOTTLE CAP ~71:FRISHMAN ABE , 2924 CambridgeshireCarrollton TX 750007, United States of America ~72: FRISHMAN ABE~ 33:US ~31:13/267,264 ~32:06/10/2011 2014/02240 ~ Provisional ~54:A LOCKING GIMBAL ~71:HENRI LOUIS BURGER, 108 Platinum Junction School Road MilnertonCape Town 7441, South Africa ~72: HENRI LOUIS BURGER~ 2014/02242 ~ Provisional ~54:APPARATUS FOR WEIGHING VEHICLES ~71:MGI WEIGHBRIDGES (PTY) LIMITED , Unit 14360 Degree Business Parks Paarden Eiland Cape Town, South Africa ~72: WARREN,PHILIP~ 2014/02244 ~ Complete ~54:OVOID TUNNEL GUIDE AND METHOD OF ACL RE CONSTRUCTION ~71:SMITH & NEPHEW ,INC, 1450 Brooks Road MemphisTN 38116, United States of America ~72: ELLIS,DANIELS,B.;GUTTERIDGE,ALEXANDER ,J.;ROBINSON,JAMES R.;SMITH,GRAHAM~ 33:US ~31:13/251,982 ~32:03/10/2011 2014/02248 ~ Complete ~54:ANTIBACTERIAL COMPOUNDS AND METHODS FOR USE ~71:PTC THERAPEUTICS, INC., 100 Corporate Court, South Plainfield, 07080, New Jersey, United States of America ~72:

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ARNOLD, MICHAEL ANDREW;BAIRD, JOHN DAVID;BRANSTROM, ARTHUR;CHEN, GUANGMING;GERASYUTO, ALEKSEY I;GINZBURG, OLYA;JOSYULA, VARA PRASAD VENKATA NAGENDRA;KARP, GARY;NARASIMHAN, JANA;PEDDI, SRINIVASA;QI, HONGYAN;SMITH, SEAN WESLEY;WANG, JIASHI;WOLL, MATTHEW G;YANG, TIANLE;ZHANG, NANJING;ZHANG, XIAOYAN~ 33:US ~31:61/528,599 ~32:29/08/2011 2014/02249 ~ Complete ~54:ANTIBACTERIAL COMPOUNDS AND METHODS FOR USE ~71:PTC THERAPEUTICS,INC , 100 Corporate Court South Plainfield 07080New Jersey , United States of America ~72: ARNOLD,MICHEL ANDREW;BRANSTROM,ARTHUR;CHEN,GUANGMING;GERASYUTO,ALEKSEY I;GINZBURG,OLYA;HUANG,SONG;JOSYULA,VARA PRASAD VENKATA NAGENDRA;KARP,GARY;NARASIMHAN,JANA;PEDDI,SRINIVASA;SMITH,SEAN WESLEY;TURPOFF,ANTHONY ALLAN;WOLL,MATTHEW G;ZHANG,NANJING;ZHANG,XIAOYAN~ 33:US ~31:61/528,609 ~32:29/08/2011 . - APPLIED ON 2014/03/27 -

2014/02278 ~ Provisional ~54:WOMAN'S SCENT ~71:VIVIA REHAD, 9 Ke Frei ChatauBoekenhout Str, South Africa ~72: VIVIA REHAD~ 2014/02273 ~ Complete ~54:GOLF PUTTER ~71:PARCKS DESIGNS, LLC, 2514 San Marcos Ave., United States of America ~72: Gene Richard PARENTE;Richard, E PARENTE;Steven Leslie SACKS~ 33:US ~31:13/224,309 ~32:01/09/2011 2014/02265 ~ Provisional ~54:PROCESS FOR ACYLATION OF LIGNOCELLULOSE AND PRODUCTS OBTAINED THEREOF ~71:DEKA HOLDINGS BV, Muzenplein 88, Netherlands ~72: ARIE C. BESEMER~ 2014/02267 ~ Complete ~54:MEDICAL DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEM ~71:DIACOUSTIC MEDICAL DEVICES (PTY) LTD, Octo Place A103, Electron RoadTechno Park, South Africa ~72: BLANCKENBERG, Michiel Mayne;CRONJE, Matthys Louwrens;PRETORIUS, Eugene;SCHOONBEE, Kari;STRYDOM, Otto Marsl~ 2014/02266 ~ Provisional ~54:Protective Garment ~71:SIGMA HOLDINGS LIMITED, 4th Floor, Les Cascades, Mauritius ~72: BLAZKO, Daniel;HENSBERG, Douglas~ 2014/02268 ~ Complete ~54:CERAMIC REFRACTORY STOPPER ~71:REFRACTORY INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY GMBH & CO. KG, WIENERBERGSTRASSE 11, A-1100 WIEN, AUSTRIA, Austria ~72: HASLINGER, Hans-Jrgen;KAUFMANN, Helmut;NITZL, Gerald;STRANIMAIER, Arno~ 33:EP ~31:12164338.1 ~32:16/04/2012 2014/02271 ~ Complete ~54:APPARATUS AND METHOD FOR GRAIN STEEPING, GERMINATING, KILN DRYING AND FERMENTING, AND/OR COMBINATIONS THEREOF ~71:BHLER AG, GUPFENSTRASSE 5, CH-9240 UZWIL, SWITZERLAND, Switzerland ~72: BISCHOFF, Wolf-Eckart;GRLITZ, FrankOtto;SILBERMANN, Kai~ 2014/02272 ~ Complete ~54:PRODUCTION OF POLYMERS BY MEANS OF CONTROLLED RADICAL POLYMERISATION ~71:BASF SE, D-67056 LUDWIGSHAFEN, GERMANY, Germany ~72: BECKER, Florian;BRYM, Markus;FLEISCHMANN, Sven;HESSE, Pascal;HUNGENBERG, Klaus-Dieter;KLEINER, Matthias;MHLBACH, Klaus~ 33:EP ~31:11179291.7 ~32:30/08/2011 2014/02269 ~ Complete ~54:FORMING BODY FOR SEALING AN OBJECT TO BE WELDED, MORE PARTICULARLY A PIPE ~71:MITSUBISHI HITACHI POWER SYSTEMS EUROPE GMBH, SCHIFFERSTRASSE

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80, 47059 DUISBURG, GERMANY, Germany ~72: BUSCHMANN, Michael~ 33:DE ~31:10 2011 053 171.8 ~32:31/08/2011 2014/02270 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD FOR PRODUCING HOLLOW BLOCKS COMPRISING A POLYURETHANE FOAM ~71:BASF SE, D-67056 LUDWIGSHAFEN, GERMANY, Germany ~72: WINTERMANN, Peter~ 33:EP ~31:11179387.3 ~32:30/08/2011 2014/02274 ~ Complete ~54:MANAGING MOBILE DEVICE IDENTITIES ~71:TRUPHONE LIMITED, c/o Simmons & Simmons LLP City Point, One Ropemaker Street, United Kingdom ~72: CAMPBELL, Alistair;EVANS, Timothy Paul;TAGG, James~ 33:GB ~31:1116159.3 ~32:19/09/2011 2014/02275 ~ Complete ~54:PYRROLOBENZODIAZEPINES AND CONJUGATES THEREOF ~71:GENENTECH, INC., 1 DNA Way, South San Francisco, United States of America;SPIROGEN SRL, Chemin de la Pacottaz 1, c/o Michael Forer, Switzerland ~72: FLYGARE, John, A.;GUNZNER-TOSTE, Janet, L.;HOWARD, Philip, Wilson;MASTERSON, Luke;PILLOW, Thomas~ 33:US ~31:61/547,187 ~32:14/10/2011 2014/02276 ~ Complete ~54:BOLT PLATE FASTENER ASSEMBLY FOR CONVEYOR BELTS ~71:FLEXIBLE STEEL LACING COMPANY, 2525 Wisconsin Drive, United States of America ~72: DEMONT, Mark, Alan~ 33:US ~31:61/540,815 ~32:29/09/2011 2014/02264 ~ Provisional ~54:A Fertilizer ~71:Zinchem - A Division of Zimco Group (Pty) Ltd, Lincoln Road, Industrial Sites, South Africa ~72: HOEK, Henry Howell;IMMELMAN, Andre~ 2014/02306 ~ Complete ~54:METHODS FOR THE TREATMENT OF BREAST CANCER ~71:SYNDAX PHARMACEUTICALS ,INC., 460 Totten Pond RoadSuite 650WALTHAM 02451MA, United States of America ~72: GOODENOW,ROBERT;ORDENTLICH,PETER~ 33:US ~31:61/530,873 ~32:02/09/2011;33:US ~31:61/532,534 ~32:08/09/2011;33:US ~31:61/628,999 ~32:12/11/2011;33:US ~31:61/568,110 ~32:07/12/2011 2014/02312 ~ Provisional ~54:A MOBILE FFI IDENTIFICATION DEVICE AND ASSOCIATED METHOD ~71:MOYS,BARRY LYNTON , 5 Dawn Place Athlone ParkAMANZIMTOTI 4126KwaZulu Natal , South Africa ~72: MOYS,BARRY LYNTON~ 2014/02297 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD OF REDUCING FACIAL FLUSHING ASSOCIATED WITH SYSTEMIC USE OF PHOSPHODIESTERASE TYPE 5 INHIBITORS ~71:GALDERMA S.A., World Trade CenterAvenue Gratta-Paille 1Lausanne 30 GreyCh-1000, Switzerland ~72: ANDRES,PHILIPPE;CLAPP,ARTHUR;SCHERER,WARREN J~ 33:US ~31:61/548,844 ~32:19/10/2011 2014/02304 ~ Complete ~54:SYSTEM FOR NON-INVASIVE MEASUREMENT OF AN ANALYTE IN A VEHICLE DRIVER ~71:AUTOMOTIVE COALITION FOR TRAFFIC SAFETY,INC , 803 7th Street,N.W.3rd Floor WASHINGTON D.C 20001-3717, United States of America ~72: CECH,LEONARD STEVEN;KRAUSE,JOSEPH KAE;RIDDER,TRENT;VER STTEG BENJAMIN~ 33:US ~31:61/528,658 ~32:29/08/2011 2014/02310 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD FOR CONSISTENT AND VERIFIABLE OPTIMIZATION OF COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY (CT)RADIATION DOSE ~71:CINCINNATI CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL MEDICAL CENTER , Center for Technology Commercialization3333 Burnet Avenue MLC 7032Cincinnati 45229-3039OH, United States of America ~72: LARSON,DAVID B.~ 33:US ~31:61/541,671 ~32:30/09/2011 2014/02293 ~ Complete ~54:GENERATING AN IDENTIFIER ~71:IRDETO B.V., 105 Taurus Avenue, 2132 LS, Hoofddorp, Netherlands ~72: CIORDAS, CALIN;ZHANG, FAN~ 33:EP ~31:PCT/CN2013/073393 ~32:28/03/2013

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2014/02296 ~ Complete ~54:THERAPEUTIC COMBINATIONS AND METHODS OF TREATING MELANOMA ~71:GENETECH, INC., 1 DNA Way, South San Francisco, 94080, California, United States of America ~72: ASUNDI, JYOTI;CLARK, SUZANNA;POLAKIS, PAUL~ 33:US ~31:61/552,893 ~32:28/10/2011;33:US ~31:61/678,978 ~32:02/08/2012 2014/02285 ~ Complete ~54:TRANSACTION PAYMENT METHOD AND SYSTEM ~71:TENCENT TECHNOLOGY (SHENZHEN) COMPANY LIMITED, Room 403, East Block 2, SEG Park, Zhenxing Road, Futian District, Shenzhen, 518044, Guangdong, People's Republic of China ~72: CHENG, MIN;FENG, YUNXIA;LIAO, SHAOBO;LIU, TIEHUA;XIANG, TAO;ZHAO, DAPENG~ 33:CN ~31:201110280122.7 ~32:20/09/2011 2014/02287 ~ Complete ~54:COMPOUNDS, COMPOSITIONS AND METHODS USEFUL FOR CHOLESTEROL MOBILISATION ~71:CERENS THERAPEUTICS HOLDING SA, Rue De La Decouverte - Bat. A, F-31670, Labege Cedex, France ~72: BARBARAS, RONALD;DASSEUX, JEAN-LOUIS HENRI;GEOFFROY, OTTO;KOCHUBEY, VALERY;KOVALSKY, DMITRY;ONICIU, DANIELA CARMEN;RODIN, OLEG GENNADIEVICH;RZEPIELA, ANNA~ 33:US ~31:61/394,136 ~32:18/10/2010;33:US ~31:61/444,212 ~32:18/02/2011 2014/02289 ~ Complete ~54:PROCESSES AND SYSTEMS FOR CONVERTING SYNTHESIS GAS TO LIQUID HYDROCARBON PRODUCT ~71:CHEVRON U.S.A INC., 6001 Bollinger Canyon Road, San Ramon, 94583, California, United States of America ~72: DAS, TAPAN K;DEPPE, GORDON R;HELGESON, ANNE;JOTHIMURUGESAN, KANDASWAMY;KIBBY, CHARLES L;OLIVER, SCOTT;PARHAM, DAVID W;PHILIPS, CHRISTINE M;SASSON, RICHARD;SAXTON, ROBERT J~ 33:US ~31:13/285,098 ~32:31/10/2011 2014/02290 ~ Complete ~54:CYSTEAMINE AND/OR CYSTAMINE FOR TREATING ISCHEMIC INJURY ~71:THE REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, 1111 Franklin Street, 5th Floor, Oakland, 946075200, California, United States of America ~72: DOHL, RANJAN;PHILLIPS, SUSAN A~ 33:US ~31:61/563,034 ~32:22/11/2011 2014/02292 ~ Complete ~54:STORING AND ACCESSING DATA ~71:IRDETO B.V., 105 taurus Avenue, 2132 LS, Hoofddorp, Netherlands ~72: DOUMEN, JEROEN~ 33:EP ~31:PCT/EP2013/056512 ~32:27/03/2013 2014/02294 ~ Complete ~54:ENABLING A CONTENT RECEIVER TO ACCESS ENCRYPTED CONTENT ~71:IRDETO B.V., 105 Taurus Avenue, 2132 LS, Hoofddorp, Netherlands ~72: KILL, GRAHAM;MOOIJ, WIM;QIE, CHUNMING;WILLEMSEN, MICHIEL~ 33:GB ~31:GB1305734.3 ~32:28/03/2013;33:EP ~31:PCT/EP2014/055426 ~32:18/03/2014 2014/02305 ~ Complete ~54:OPEN WALLET FOR ELECTRONIC TRANSACTIONS ~71:CARDINALCOMMERCE CORPORATION , 6119 Heisley Road MENTOR 44060OH, United States of America ~72: SHERWIN,FRANCIS M.~ 33:US ~31:61/536,275 ~32:19/09/2011 2014/02309 ~ Complete ~54:HIGH-STRENGTH HOT-DIP GALVANIZED STEEL SHEET AND PROCESS FOR PRODUCING THE SAME ~71:NIPPON STEEL & SUMITOMO METAL CORPORATION , 6-1Marunouchi 2chome CHIYODA-KU 100-8071TOKYO, Japan ~72: FUJITA,SOSHI;SATO,KOICHI;YAMANAKA,SHINTARO~ 33:JP ~31:2011-217143 ~32:30/09/2011 2014/02281 ~ Complete ~54:(4-PHENYLIMIDAZOL-2-YL) ETHYLAMINE DERIVATIVES USEFUL AS SODIUM CHANNEL MADULATORS ~71:PFIZER LIMITED, Ramsgate Road, Sandwich, Kent CT13 9NJ, United Kingdom ~72: BAGAL, SHARANJEET KAUR;KEMP, MARK IAN;MILLER, DUNCAN CHARLES;MURATA, YOSHIHISA~ 33:US ~31:61/551,628 ~32:26/10/2011

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2014/02282 ~ Complete ~54:DOUBLE-LOOP ENDOBUTTON, OVOID TUNNEL GUIDE, AND METHOD OF ACL RE-CONSTRUCTION USING THE OVOID TUNNEL GUIDE AND DOUBLE -LOOP ENDOBUTTON ~71:SMITH & NEPHEW, INC., 1450 Brooks Road, Memphis, TN 38116, United States of America ~72: GEORGOULIS, ANASTASIOS DIMITRIOS;SMITH, GRAHAM~ 33:US ~31:13/251,932 ~32:03/10/2011 2014/02279 ~ Provisional ~54:SECRETE SAFE LIFE ~71:BHEKUMUZI MBONGENI SKOSANA, P O Box 17Krugersdorp, South Africa ~72: BHEKUMUZI MBONGENI SKOSANA~ 2014/02280 ~ Complete ~54:CLOSURE MEMBER ~71:HAYES PIETER A VAN DEVENTER KARL THEODOR, Plot 35Protea Ridge, South Africa ~72: HAYES PIETER A;VAN DEVENTER KARL THEODOR~ 2014/02283 ~ Complete ~54:DOSAGE REGIMEN FOR AN S1P RECEPTOR MODULATOR OR AGONIST ~71:VOVARTIS AG, Lichtstrasse 35, CH-4056 Basel, Switzerland ~72: WALLSTROEM, ERIK~ 33:US ~31:61/549,847 ~32:21/10/2011 2014/02284 ~ Complete ~54:PAIN BIOMAKER QUANTIFICATION ~71:UNIVERSITY OF FORT HARE, Govan Mbeki Research and Development Centre (GMRDC), University of Fort Hare, Private Bag X1314, South Africa ~72: FAYEMI, PETER OLUTOPE;MUCHENJE, VOSTER~ 33:ZA ~31:2013/00418 ~32:16/01/2013 2014/02286 ~ Provisional ~54:METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR GENERATING FINANCIAL STATEMENTS ~71:GOTTARDO, LUCIANO, 24 Woodburn Crescent, Higgovale, Cape Town, South Africa ~72: GOTTARDO, LUCIANO~ 2014/02288 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR REMOVING CARBON DIOXIDE FROM FLUE GASES ~71:THYSSENKRUPP INDUSTRIAL SOLUTIONS GMBH, Graf-Galen-Strasse 17, 59269, Beckum, Germany ~72: MENZEL, JOHANNES~ 33:DE ~31:102011053120.3 ~32:30/08/2011 2014/02291 ~ Complete ~54:CONTAINER WITH POUR SPOUT ~71:OWENS-BROCKWAY GLASS CONTAINER INC., One Michael Owens Way, Perrysburg, 43551, Ohio, United States of America ~72: COHEN, ANTHONY S;PAREDES, RAUL M;SPEAKER, STEPHEN A~ 33:US ~31:13/284,520 ~32:28/10/2011 2014/02295 ~ Complete ~54:CONTAINER INSPECTION APPARATUS AND METHOD ~71:OWENSBROCKWAY GLASS CONTAINER INC., One Michael Owens Way, Perrysburg, 43551, Ohio, United States of America ~72: GRAFF, STEPHEN M;HALL JR, GEORGE H;KOHLER, TIMOTHY A~ 33:US ~31:13/283,961 ~32:28/10/2011 2014/02298 ~ Complete ~54:HETEROCYCLYLPYRI (MI)DINYLPYRAZOLE AS FUNGICIDALS ~71:BAYER INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY GMBH, Alfred-Nobel-Str.1040789Monhein , Germany ~72: BENTING,JURGEN;BRUNET,STEPHANE;DAHMEN,PETER;DESBORDES,PHILIPPE;HILLEBRAND,STEFAN;L ACHAISE,HELENE;MATTES,AMOS;REBSTOCK,ANNESOPHIE;RINOLFI,PHILIPPE;SAWADA,HARUKA;SUDAN,ALEXANDER;WACHENDORFFNEUMANN,ULRIKE;WASNAIRE,PIERRE~ 33:EP ~31:11184137.5 ~32:06/10/2011 2014/02301 ~ Complete ~54:A METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR MANUFACTURING A CAPSULE ~71:BIO CAPSULE PHARMACEUTICAL AND NUTRITIONAL PRODUCTS PROPRIETARY LIMITED , 9a Bell Crescent Westlake Business ParkCape Town7945, South Africa ~72: MILLER,DUNCAN EDWARD BACH;VAN ROOYEN,JACQUES~ 33:ZA ~31:2011/07330 ~32:06/10/2011 2014/02307 ~ Complete ~54:THERAPEUTIC PEPTIDES ~71:DANA-FARBER CANCER INSTITUTE,INC , 450 Brookline oavenue BOSTON 02215-5450MA, United States of America ~72:

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DRANOFF,GLENN;FRANZ,BETTINA;HARVEY,CHRISTOPHER;HODI,F.STEPHEN;MAY,JR KENNETH;WUCHERPFENNIG,KAI W.~ 33:US ~31:61/541,921 ~32:30/09/2011 2014/02303 ~ Complete ~54:OXYGEN APPLICATION IN CLAUS UNITS CHARGED WITH AN ADDITIONAL LOAD-PARTICULARLY A WASTE-GAS STREAM CONTAINING SO2 AND COMING FROM ADSORBENT REGENERATION ~71:LINDE AKTIENGESELLCHAFT, Klosterhofstr.1MUNCHEN 80331, Germany ~72: SCHREINER,BERNHARD~ 33:EP ~31:13001642.1 ~32:28/03/2013 2014/02308 ~ Complete ~54:ALLOYED HOT-DIP GALVANIZED STEEL SHEET ~71:NIPPON STEEL & SUMITOMO METAL CORPORATION , 6-1Marunouchi 2-chome CHIYODA-KU 100-8071TOKYO, Japan ~72: FUJITA,SOSHI;SATO,KOICHI;YAMANAKA,SHINTARO~ 33:JP ~31:2011-217145 ~32:30/09/2011 2014/02311 ~ Complete ~54:PARACHUTE HARNESS CONTAINER WITH BIO-CONTOURED LOAD DISTRIBUTING VEST ~71:AIRBORNE SYSTEMS NORTH AMERICA OF NJ INC., 5800 Magnolia Avenue PennsaukenNJ 08109-1399, United States of America ~72: COPENHAVER,RANDOLPH LEE~ 33:US ~31:61/541,555 ~32:30/09/2011 2014/02302 ~ Complete ~54:A METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR MANUFACTURING A CAPSULE ~71:BIO CAPSULE PHARMECEUTICAL AND NUTRITIONAL PRODUCTS PROPRIETARY LIMITED, 9a Bell Crescent Westlake Business ParkCape Town 7945, South Africa ~72: MILLER,DUNCAN EDWARD BACH;VAN ROOYEN,JACQUES~ 33:ZA ~31:2011/07330 ~32:06/10/2011 2014/02299 ~ Complete ~54:COMPOUNDS WITH NEMATICIDAL ACTIVITY ~71:BAYER INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY GMBH, Alfred-Nobel-Str.1040789Monheim, Germany ~72: BERNIER,DAVID;COQUERON,PIERREYVES;CRISTAU,PIERRE;DESBORHDES,PHILIPPE;DUNKEL,RALF;GARY,STEPHANIE;GORGENS,ULRICH;G REUL,JORG NICO;ILG,KERSTIN;LOSEL,PETER;MALSAM,OLGA;MARTELLETTI,ARIANNA;MAUE,MICHAEL;MERESSE,PH ILIPPE;PAULITZ,CHRISTIAN;RIECK,HEIKO;RIEDRICH,MATTHIAS;SCHWARZ,HANSGEORG;SUDAN,ALEXANDER;VOERSTE ,ARND~ 33:EP ~31:11187513.4 ~32:02/11/2011;33:US ~31:61/555,122 ~32:03/11/2011;33:EP ~31:11194882.4 ~32:21/12/2011 2014/02300 ~ Complete ~54:FUEL DISPENSING ENVIRONMENT UTILIZING MOBILE PAYMENT ~71:GILBARCO S.R.L., Via De'Cattani220/GI-50145Firenze, Italy ~72: CARAPELLI,GIOVANNI~ 33:US ~31:61/534,212 ~32:13/09/2011;33:US ~31:61/541,360 ~32:30/09/2011;33:US ~31:13/612,472 ~32:12/09/2012 . - APPLIED ON 2014/03/28 -

2014/02321 ~ Complete ~54:COMPOSITIONS COMPRISING SALBUTAMOL SULPHATE ~71:MEXICHEM AMANCO HOLDING S.A. DE C.V., Rio San Javier No. 10, FraccionamientoViveros del Rio, Tlalnepantla, Mexico ~72: CORR, Stuart;NOAKES, Timothy James~ 33:GB ~31:1117619.5 ~32:12/10/2011 2014/02322 ~ Complete ~54:OPERATING TABLES AND ACCESSORIES ~71:WOOTTON, Malcolm, c/o Moto Comp Ltd, Unit 10 Hathersage Park, Heather LaneHathersage, United Kingdom ~72: WOOTTON, Malcolm~ 33:GB ~31:1115391.3 ~32:06/09/2011;33:GB ~31:1118051.0 ~32:19/10/2011 2014/02277 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD FOR PRODUCING INSULATED PIPES HAVING IMPROVED PROPERTIES ~71:BASF SE, D-67056 LUDWIGSHAFEN, GERMANY, Germany ~72: ELLERSIEK, Carsten;GRIESER-SCHMITZ, Christof;HALWE-BOMMELMANN, Annika;POPOV, Alex;TOMASI, Gianpaolo;WINDELER, Ludwig~ 33:EP ~31:11179510.0 ~32:31/08/2011

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2014/02314 ~ Provisional ~54:Liquid Extraction ~71:HOUSTON-McMILLAN, Donald David, 9 Drommedaris Street, South Africa ~72: HOUSTON-McMILLAN, Donald David~ 2014/02316 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD OF BLASTING USING PROPELLANT POWDER ~71:DAVIS, Mark, Rodney, PLOT 8777, INDEPENDENCE ROAD, SELEBI PHIKWE, BOTSWANA, Botswana;SHARPE, Gary, John, 31 EDGEHILL ROAD, STAINCROSS, BARNSLEY, S75 6NL, UNITED KINGDOM, United Kingdom ~72: DAVIS, Mark, Rodney;SHARPE, Gary, John~ 33:ZA ~31:2013/7907 ~32:23/10/2013 2014/02318 ~ Complete ~54:USE OF OMEGA FATTY ACIDS FOR TREATING DISEASE ~71:GEORGIOU, Tassos, OPHTHALMOS EYE AND LASER CENTRE, MORFOU 48, EGKOMI, NICOSIA, 2417, CYPRUS, Cyprus ~72: GEORGIOU, Tassos~ 33:EP ~31:11390001.3 ~32:12/09/2011 2014/02319 ~ Complete ~54:UV LIQUID STERILISER ~71:STERIFLOW LIMITED, 5 Giffard Court Millbrook Close Northampton , United Kingdom ~72: SNOWBALL, Malcolm Robert~ 33:GB ~31:1115616.3 ~32:09/09/2011 2014/02320 ~ Complete ~54:UNITIZED REAGENT STRIP ~71:BECTON, DICKINSON AND COMPANY, 1 Becton Drive, United States of America ~72: LENTZ, Ammon, David;LIVINGSTON, Dwight;ST. PIERRE, Richard;STEEL, Adam, Bruce~ 33:US ~31:61/541,991 ~32:30/09/2011 2014/02324 ~ Complete ~54:KETTLE ~71:NANGALA PTY LIMITED , PO BOX 626FREMANTLE WESTERN AUSTRALIA , Australia ~72: DE PETRA ,ANDY;KHOURY,EDWARD JOSEPH~ 33:AU ~31:2011903480 ~32:30/08/2011 2014/02323 ~ Provisional ~54:EASY BIND ~71:EDMUND CHARLES SWART, 15 Lanzeral stBell BuckBELLVILLE , South Africa ~72: EDMUND CHARLES SWART~ 2014/02326 ~ Complete ~54:QUINOLONE COMPOUND ~71:OTSUKA PHARMECEUTICAL CO,LTD., 29Kanda-TsukasamachiChiyoda-kuTOKYO101-8535 , Japan ~72: ABUDUSAMI,MAMUTI;CHENG,JAYFEI;MIYAMOTO,HISASHI;OKA,DAISUKE;SUN,JIANGQIN;YE,FANGGUO~ 33:CN ~31:PCT/CN2011/001477 ~32:31/08/2011;33:CN ~31:PCTCN2012/001044 ~32:06/08/2012 2014/02328 ~ Complete ~54:A PROCESS FOR ENHANCING NICKEL TOLERANCE OF HEAVY HYDROCARBON CRACKING CATALYSTS ~71:INDIAN OIL CORPORATION LTD, Indian Oil Bhavan 2Gariahat Road (South)Dhakuria WestBengalKolkata700068, India ~72: CHIDAMBARAM,VELUSAMY;KARTHIKEYANI,ARUMUGAM VELAYUTHAM;KASLIWAL,PANKAJ KUMAR;MISHRA,GANGA SHANKER;PRABHU,KUVETTU MOHAN;SARKAR,BISWANATH;SWAMY,BALAIAH~ 33:IN ~31:1316/KOL/2011 ~32:12/10/2011 2014/02367 ~ Provisional ~54:MEDICAL INSTRUMENT ~71:MUSAWENKOSI NYEMBE, 32 Bophelo RoadEZ322 Olympus Residence, South Africa ~72: MUSAWENKOSI NYEMBE~ 2014/02368 ~ Provisional ~54:MEDIA INDICATOR ~71:THAPELO LANGA, 32 Kreef StrBendor, South Africa ~72: THAPELO LANGA~ 2014/02330 ~ Complete ~54:NANO STRUCTURED ADSORBENT FOR REMOVAL OF SULPHUR FROM DIESEL AND GASOLINE LIKE FUELS AND PROCESS FOR PREPARING THE SAME ~71:INDIAN OIL CORPORATION LTD., Indian Oil Bhavan 2Gariahat Road(South)Dhakuria WestBengalKolkata700068, India ~72: BAGAI,RASHMI;BUTLEY,GANESH V;J,CHRISTOPHER;K O,XAVIER;KUMAR,BRIJESH;KUMAR,SARVESH;MALHOTRA,RAVINDER KUMAR;PULIKOTTIL,ALEX C;RAJAGOPAL,SANTNAM;SHARMA,ALOK;VARCHASAVI,G RAJSEKHAR~ 33:IN ~31:1410/KOL/2011 ~32:03/11/2011

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2014/02337 ~ Complete ~54:SHAFT-TO-ROLLER ATTACHMENT FOR CLINKER GRINDER ROLLER ~71:DIAMOND POWER INTERNATIONAL, INC., 2600 East Main Street, Lancaster, 43130, Ohio, United States of America ~72: HABIB, TONY F;HARDY, BRECK J;HONAKER, ROBERT W;LUKEZICH, STEPHEN J;SOWERS, CLINT M~ 33:US ~31:13/275,826 ~32:18/10/2011 2014/02351 ~ Complete ~54:HIGH-STRENGTH HOT-DIP GALVANIZED STEEL SHEET HAVING EXCELLENT DELAYED FRACTURE REGISTANCE, AND METHOD FOR PRODUCING SAME ~71:NIPPON STEEL & SUMITOMO METAL CORPORATION, 6-1, Marunouchi 2-chomeChiyoda-ku, Japan ~72: BAN HIROYUKI;HIRAMATSU KAORU;KAWATA HIROYUKI;KUWAYAMA TAKUYA;MARUYAMA NAOKI;MINAMI AKINOBU;MURASATO AKINOBU;YASUI TAKESHI~ 33:JP ~31:2011-218776 ~32:30/09/2011 2014/02325 ~ Complete ~54:SEED DELIVERY APPARATUS,SYSTEMS,AND METHODS ~71:PRECISION PLANTING LLC , 23207 Townline Road TremontIL 61568, United States of America ~72: HODEL,JEREMY,J.;RADTKE,IAN,R.~ 33:US ~31:61/539,786 ~32:27/09/2011 2014/02327 ~ Complete ~54:CRYSTAL OF 5-HYDROXY-1H-IMIDAZOLE-4-CARBOXAMIDE.3/4 HYDRATE,METHOD FOR PRODUCING THE SAME AND CRYSTAL OF 5-HYDROXY-1H-IMIDAZOLE-4CARBOXAMIDE HYDRATE ~71:FUJIFILM CORPORATION, 26-30Nisshiazabu 2-Chome MinatoKuToyko1068620, Japan ~72: FUJIMOTO,TAISUKE;HASHIMOTO,TOMOHIRO;HAYASHI,KATSUYUKI;TANAKA TOMOYUKI~ 33:JP ~31:2011-213500 ~32:28/09/2011 2014/02329 ~ Complete ~54:A PROCESS FOR PRODUCTION OF C3 OLEFIN IN A FLUID CATALYTIC CRACKING UNIT ~71:INDIAN OIL CORPORATION LTD., Indian Oil Bhavan 2 Gariahat Road (South)Dhakuria WestBengalKolkata700068, India ~72: BHATTACHARYYA,DEBASIS;BHYUAN,MANOJ KUMAR;KUKADE,SOMNATH;S G,BHANUPRASAD;VK,SATHEESH~ 33:IN ~31:1314/KOL/2011 ~32:12/10/2011 2014/02333 ~ Complete ~54:TABLET INCLUDING 7-[4-(4-BENZO[B]THIOPHEN-4-YL-PIPERAZIN -1YL)BUTOXY]-1H-QUINOLIN-2-ONE OR SALT THEREOF ~71:OTSUKA PHARMACEUTICAL CO.,LTD, 9KandaTsukasamachi 2-Chome Chiyoda-kuTokyo1018535, Japan ~72: INOUE,YOSHIHARU~ 33:JP ~31:2011-227057 ~32:14/10/2011 2014/02334 ~ Complete ~54:REFORMER TUBE HAVING INTERNAL HEAT EXCHANGE ~71:L'AIR LIQUIDE, SOCIETE ANONYME POUR L'ETUDE ET L'EXPLOITATION DES PROCEDES GEORGES CLAUDE, 75, Quai D'orsay, F-75007, Paris, France;LURGI, GMBH, Lurgiallee 5, 60295, Frankfurt Am Main, Germany ~72: CAMYPEYRET, FREDERIC;CANCES, JULIEN;COSCIA, ANTONIO;MATHEY, FABRICE;POHL, SVEN;SCHLICHTING, HOLGER;ULBER, DIETER;WOLF, ULRICH;ZOLNOWSKI, UDO~ 33:DE ~31:10 2011 118 217.2 ~32:11/11/2011 2014/02339 ~ Complete ~54:BENZOIC ACID, BANZOIC ACID DERIVATIVES AND HETEROARYL CARBOXYLIC ACID CONJUGATES OF HYDROMORPHINE, PRODRUGS, METHODS OF MAKING AND USE THEREOF ~71:KEMPHARM, INC., 2656 Crosspark Road, Suite 100 Coralville, 52241, Iowa, United States of America ~72: BERA, BINDU;CHI, GUOCHEN;GUENTHER, SVEN;KANSKI, JAROSLAW;MARTIN, ANDREA K;MICKLE, TRAVIS~ 33:US ~31:61/551,600 ~32:26/10/2011;33:US ~31:61/657,201 ~32:08/06/2012 2014/02355 ~ Complete ~54:HIGH-STRENGTH HOT-DIP GALVANIZED SHEET WITH EXCELLENT MECHANICAL CUTTING CHARACTERISTICS, HIGH-STRENGTH ALLOYED HOT-DIP GALVANIZED STEEL SHEET, AND METHOD FOR PRODUCING SAID SHEETS ~71:NIPPON STEEL & SUMITOMO METAL CORPORATION, 6-1, Marunouchi 2-chomeChiyoda-ku, Japan ~72: BAN HIROYUKI;HIRAMATSU KAORU;KAWATA HIROYUKI;KUWAYAMA TAKUYA;MARUYAMA NAOKI;MINAMI AKINOBU;MURASATO AKINOBU;YASUI TAKESHI~ 33:JP ~31:2011-218773 ~32:30/09/2011

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2014/02350 ~ Complete ~54:BLAST FURNACE INSTALLATION ~71:PAUL WURTH S.A., 32 rue d'Alsace, Luxembourg ~72: DE GRUITER CHRISTIAN;HAUSEMER LIONEL;LONARNI EMILE;ROCCHI DOMINIQUE;THILLEN GUY;VANDIVINIT JEFF~ 33:LU ~31:91 885 ~32:11/10/2011 2014/02352 ~ Complete ~54:HIGH-STRENGTH GALVANNEALED STEEL SHEET OF HIGH BAKE HARDENABILITY, HIGH-STRENGTH ALLOYED GALVANNEALED STEEL SHEET, AND METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING SAME ~71:NIPPON STEEL & SUMITOMO METAL CORPORATION, 6-1, Marunouchi 2chomeChiyoda-ku, Japan ~72: BAN HIROYUKI;HIRAMATSU KAORU;KAWATA HIROYUKI;KUWAYAMA TAKUYA;MARUYAMA NAOKI;MINAMI AKINOBU;MURASATO AKINOBU;YASUI TAKESHI~ 33:JP ~31:2011218775 ~32:30/09/2011 2014/02356 ~ Complete ~54:MULTI-SPECIFIC BINDING MOLECULES TARGETING ABERRANT CELLS ~71:APO-T B.V, Utrechtseweg 223, Netherlands ~72: RENES JOHAN;WILLEMSEN RALPH ALEXANDER (DECEASED)~ 33:US ~31:61/540 920 ~32:29/09/2011 2014/02336 ~ Complete ~54:SIMPLE SUGAR STARVED LIGNOCELLULOSIC BIOMASS ENZYME PRODUCTION ~71:C5-6 ITALY S.R.L, Strada Savonesa 9, Frazione Rivalta Scrivia, Tortona, I-1505, (Alessandria), Italy ~72: PARAVISI, STEFANO;RIVAS TORRES, BEATRIZ;VOLPATI, LAURA~ 33:IT ~31:TO2011A000918 ~32:13/10/2011 2014/02340 ~ Complete ~54:A PERISTALTIC PUMP AND ADJUSTMENT MECHANISM ~71:FLOWROX OY, PL 338, Lappeenranta, FI-53101, Finland ~72: ROSSI, MARKUS;TUJULA, ANSSI~ 2014/02343 ~ Complete ~54:A CALIBRATING BREATHALYZER ~71:AK GLOBALTECH CORP., 21 Grand Avenue, Suite 102, Palisades Park 07650, NJ, United States of America ~72: SON, JUNG HOON;SON, MATTHEW HOGYUN~ 33:US ~31:61/550,910 ~32:24/10/2011;33:US ~31:61/563,706 ~32:25/11/2011;33:US ~31:13/426,455 ~32:21/03/2012 2014/02347 ~ Provisional ~54:PROCESS FOR THE TREATMENT OF LEGUME AND GENETICALLY MODIFIED COTTON SEEDS ~71:BERCHTOLD ADRIENNE IRENE COURTNEY, 21 Blackwood StreetBryanston Ext 3, South Africa ~72: BERCHTOLD PETER FRANCIS~ 2014/02341 ~ Complete ~54:OPERATION OF A CONTENT RECEIVER ~71:IRDETO B.V., Taurus Avenue 105, 2132 LS, Hoofddorp, Netherlands ~72: BIEMANS, MICHAEL-DENNIS~ 33:GB ~31:GB1305686.6 ~32:28/03/2013 2014/02342 ~ Complete ~54:BISUREA GELLING AGENTS AND COMPOSITIONS ~71:MILIKEN & COMPANY, 920 Miliken Road, M-495, Spartanburg 29303, SC, United States of America ~72: HARRIS, PHILLIP G.;HONG, XIAOYONG M.;KIEKEN, LAURENT D.;VALENTI, DOMINICK J.~ 33:US ~31:61/530, 045 ~32:01/09/2011;33:US ~31:13/595,080 ~32:27/08/2012 2014/02344 ~ Complete ~54:HIGH-STRENGTH HOT-DIP GALVANIZED STEEL PLATE HAVING EXCELLENT IMPACT RESISTANCE AND METHOD FOR PRODUCING SAME, AND HIGH-STRENGTH ALLOYED HOT-DIP GALVANIZED STEEL SHEET AND METHOD FOR PRODUCING SAME ~71:NIPPON STEEL & SUMITOMO METAL CORPORATION, 6-1, Marunouchi 2-chome, Chiyoda-ku 100-8071, Tokyo, Japan ~72: BAN, HIROYUKI;HURAMATSU, KAORU;KAWATA, HIROYUKI;KUWAYAMA, TAKUYA;MARUYAMA, NAOKI;MINAMI, AKINOBU;MURASATO, AKINOBU;YASUI, TAKESHI~ 33:JP ~31:2011-218774 ~32:30/09/2011 2014/02349 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD AND DEVICE FOR JOINT-WELDING COATED SHEET METALS USING A GAS-POWDER FLOW ~71:WISCO TAILORED BLANKS GMBH, Mannesmannstr 101, Germany ~72:

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BRANDT MAX;BREUER ARNDT;KOLLECK RALF;VOLLMER ROBERT~ 33:DE ~31:10 2011 114 555.2 ~32:30/09/2011 2014/02354 ~ Complete ~54:PRODUCT AND PROCESS FOR ITS MANUFACTURE ~71:VALIO LTD, Meijeritie 6, Finland ~72: MYLLARINEN PAIVI;RAJAKARI KIRSI~ 33:FI ~31:20115851 ~32:31/08/2011 2014/02331 ~ Complete ~54:DEVICE FOR REDUCING FRICTION BETWEEN SEALING PLATES OF FILTRATION UNITS ,AND USE THEREOF IN A FILTRATION METHOD ~71:GAUDFRIN , 45 Rue De La LiberteBatiment 1F-78100Saint Germain En Laye , France ~72: GAUDFRIN,GUY~ 2014/02332 ~ Complete ~54:SENSOR ACCOMMODATION CONTAINER FOR PNEUMATIC FENDER AND PNEUMATIC FENDER ~71:THE YOKOHAMA RUBBER CO.,LTD, 36-11Shimbashi 5-ChomeMinatoKuTokyo105-8685, Japan ~72: YAMADA,SHU~ 33:JP ~31:2011-216049 ~32:30/09/2011 2014/02335 ~ Complete ~54:PRODUCTION OF ISOPROPANOL BY IMPROVED RECOMBINANT STRAINS ~71:IFPENERGIES NOUVELLES, 1 ET 4, Avenue De Bois-Preau, F-92852, Rueil-Malmaison Cedex, France;STICHTING DIENST LANDBOUWKUNDIG ONDERZOEK, Costerweg 50, 6701, BH Wageningen, Netherlands ~72: CLAASEN, PIETERNEL A M;CLEMENT, BENJAMIN;COLLAS, FLORENT;LOPEZ CONTRERAS, ANA MARIA;MARCHAL, REMY~ 33:FR ~31:11 59175 ~32:11/10/2011 2014/02338 ~ Complete ~54:A BOILING WATER HEATER SYSTEM AND METHOD OF HEATING WATER IN SAME ~71:ZIP INDUSTRIES (AUST) PTY LTD, 67 Allingham Street, Condell Park, 2200, New South Wales, Australia ~72: CHERTKOW, BRIAN;MOULT, KEVIN~ 33:AU ~31:2011904213 ~32:12/10/2011 2014/02345 ~ Complete ~54:INSECTICIDAL LIPID AGENTS ISOLATED FROM ENTOMOPATHOGENIC FUNGI AND USES THEREOF ~71:BIOTELLIGA HOLDINGS LIMITED, PWC Tower, 188 Quay Street, Auckland, New Zealand ~72: CALDER, CODY;FORD, STEPHEN REYNOLD;GLARE, TRAVIS ROBERT;VAN GINKEL, ROELOF~ 33:US ~31:61/530,168 ~32:01/09/2011 2014/02348 ~ Complete ~54:CROSS RUNNER CONNECTOR AND MAIN RUNNER RECEIVING HOLE ~71:USG INTERIORS LLC, 550 West Adams Street#189, United States of America ~72: GULBRANDSEN PEDER J;LEHANE JAMES J;PAULSEN MARK R;UNDERKOFLER ABRAHAM M~ 33:US ~31:61/532 755 ~32:09/09/2011;33:US ~31:13/598 984 ~32:30/08/2012 2014/02353 ~ Complete ~54:HYBRID CAPACITOR-BATTERY AND SUPERCAPACITOR WITH ACTIVE BIFUNCTIONAL ELECTROLYTE ~71:APPLIED NANOSTRUCTURED SOLUTIONS, LLC, 2323 Eastern Blvd, United States of America ~72: BURGESS WILLIAM PATRICK;FLEISCHER COREY ADAM;HETZEL LAWRENCE P;LIU HAN;PENSERO GREGORY F;SHAH TUSHAR K~ 33:US ~31:61/545 049 ~32:07/10/2011;33:US ~31:61/707 738 ~32:28/09/2012 . - APPLIED ON 2014/03/31 -

2014/02363 ~ Complete ~54:SEAL POT DESIGN ~71:RENTECH, INC., 10877 WILTSHIRE BLVD, United States of America ~72: BEMJAMIN H CARRYER;BRUCE E MCCOMISH;BRYAN C BORUM;ERIC R ELROD;HAROLD A WRIGHT;JIANG, WEIBIN;MARK D IBSEN;MARK K ROBERTSON;SIM WEEKS~ 33:US ~31:61/551,580 ~32:26/10/2011 2014/02364 ~ Complete ~54:IRON-BASED FISCHER-TROPSCH CATALYST ~71:RENTECH, INC., 10877 WILSHIRE BLVD,. SUITE 600, United States of America ~72: KARL C KHARAS~ 33:US ~31:61/551,579 ~32:26/10/2011

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2014/02507 ~ Complete ~54:GASIFIER FLUIDIZATION ~71:RENTECH, INC., 10877 WILSHIRE BLVD., SUITE 600, United States of America ~72: BENJAMIN H CARRYER;BRUCE E MCCOMISH;BRYAN C BORUM;ERIC R ELROD;HAROLD A WRIGHT;JIANG WEIBIN;MARK D IBSEN;MARK K ROBERTSON;SIM WEEKS~ 33:US ~31:61/551,582 ~32:26/10/2011 2014/02315 ~ Provisional ~54:A method of establishing voice communication ~71:WINTELLIGENT TECHNOLOGY CC, 280 Oak Street, South Africa ~72: MAPONYA, Tumisho Phasoana~ 2014/02357 ~ Complete ~54:LUBRICATION-FREE RAILWAY SHUNTING DEVICE ~71:VOSSLOH COGIFER (SOCIETE ANONYME), 21 Avenue de Colmar, France ~72: FRANCESCO BARRESI~ 33:FR ~31:1157986 ~32:08/09/2011 2014/02361 ~ Complete ~54:REFLECTOR FOR A PHOTOVOLTAIC POWER MODULE ~71:SOLAR SYSTEMS PTY LTD, 45 GROSVENOR STREET, ABBOTSFORD 3067, VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA, Australia ~72: BARNES, Brett;CARTER, Sam;GOODRICH, Joel~ 33:US ~31:61/530,402 ~32:02/09/2011 2014/02359 ~ Complete ~54:INSECTICIDAL ACTIVE MIXTURES COMPRISING ARYLQUINAZOLINONE COMPOUNDS ~71:BASF SE, D-67056 LUDWIGSHAFEN, GERMANY, Germany ~72: GRO, Steffen;KAISER, Florian;LANGEWALD, Jrgen;NARINE, Arun~ 33:US ~31:61/530450 ~32:02/09/2011 2014/02362 ~ Complete ~54:BATTERY-OPERATED STATIONARY SENSOR ARRANGEMENT WITH UNIDIRECTIONAL DATA TRANSMISSION ~71:FRAUNHOFER-GESELLSCHAFT ZUR FRDERUNG DER ANGEWANDTEN FORSCHUNG E.V., HANSASTRAE 27C, 80686 MNCHEN, GERMANY, Germany ~72: BERNHARD, Josef;KILIAN, Gerd~ 33:DE ~31:102011082098.1 ~32:02/09/2011 2014/02360 ~ Complete ~54:USE OF PESTICIDAL ACTIVE 3-ARYLQUINAZOLIN-4-ONE DERIVATIVES IN SOIL APPLICATION METHODS ~71:BASF SE, D-67056 LUDWIGSHAFEN, GERMANY, Germany ~72: GRO, Steffen;GUNJIMA, Koshi;KAISER, Florian;NARINE, Arun~ 33:US ~31:61/530,455 ~32:02/09/2011 2014/02358 ~ Complete ~54:AGRICULTURAL MIXTURES COMPRISING ARYLQUINAZOLINONE COMPOUNDS ~71:BASF SE, D-67056 LUDWIGSHAFEN, GERMANY, Germany ~72: GRO, Steffen;HADEN, Egon;KAISER, Florian;NARINE, Arun~ 33:US ~31:61/530,457 ~32:02/09/2011 2014/02317 ~ Complete ~54:ANTI-TAMPERING DEVICE FOR USE ON A FUEL TANK ~71:LUNOEL TRADING (PTY) LIMITED, Unit 15, Pecanwood Industrial Estate3 Woodlands Drive, South Africa ~72: LAMPRECHT, HENDRIK OOSTENWALD JOHANNES~ 33:ZA ~31:2013/02413 ~32:04/04/2013 2014/02371 ~ Complete ~54:ASSEMBLY FOR AN INHALER ~71:SANOFI SA, 3 Route de Montfleury, 1214 Vernier, Switzerland ~72: KAMLAG, YORICK;MAYER, STEFAN~ 33:EP ~31:13165797.5 ~32:29/04/2013 2014/02374 ~ Complete ~54:ANTIVIRAL COMPOUNDS ~71:LUPIN LIMITED, 159 CST Road, Kalina, Santacrus (East), Mumbai, 400 098, Maharashtra, India ~72: BANERJEE, MOLOY MANOJ;GOTE, GANESH NAVINCHANDRA;JOSHI, ADVAIT ARUN;KAMBOJ, RAJENDER KUMAR;LORIYA, RAJESHKUMAR MAGANLAL;PALLE, VENKATA P;RAMDAS, VIDYA~ 33:IN ~31:1157/KOL/2011 ~32:01/09/2011 2014/02377 ~ Complete ~54:ELECTROLYTIC PRODUCTION OF POWER ~71:METALYSIS LIMITED, Unit 2 Farfield Park, Manvers way, Wath Upon Dearne, Rotherham, S63 5DB, United Kingdom ~72: CLIFFORD, JOHN;COLLINS, JAMES;CONTI, MELCHIORRE;DEANE, JAMES;GRAINGER, LUCY;RAO, KATRIK~ 33:GB ~31:1117067.7 ~32:04/10/2011;33:GB ~31:1207520.6 ~32:30/04/2012

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2014/02380 ~ Complete ~54:DETERMINING PHYSICAL LENGTHS IN AN EYE USING MULTIPLE REFRACTIVE INDICES ~71:NOVARTIS, AG, Lichtstrasse 35, CH-4056, Basel, Switzerland ~72: SIMPSON, MICHAEL J~ 33:US ~31:13/276,983 ~32:19/10/2011 2014/02382 ~ Complete ~54:SYNERGISTIC HERBICIDAL COMPOSITION CONTAINING PENOXSULAM AND PRETILACHLOR ~71:DOW AGROSCIENCES LLC, 9330 Zionsville Road, Indianapolis, 46268, Indiana, United States of America ~72: HUANG, YI-HSIOU;MANN, RICHARD K~ 33:US ~31:61/534,419 ~32:14/09/2011 2014/02384 ~ Complete ~54:INTEROMONE COMPOSITIONS AND THEIR USE TO MODIFY BEHAVIOR IN DIFFERENT VERTEBRATE SPECIES ~71:SERGEANT'S PET CARE PRODUCTS,INC. , 10077 South 134th StreetOmaha68138-3710Nebraska , United States of America ~72: MC;MCGLONE,JOHN;MCGLONE,JOHN;MCGLONE,JOHN;MCGLONE,JOHN;MCGLONE,JOHN;MCGLONE,JO HN;MCGLONE,JOHN;NO;NOU;NOUVEL,LARRY;NOUVEL,LARRY~ 33:US ~31:61/536,673 ~32:20/09/2011;33:US ~31:13/623,319 ~32:20/09/2012 2014/02391 ~ Complete ~54:METHODS AND SYSTEMS FOR MEASURING AND USING THE OXIDATIONREDUCTION POTENTIAL OF BIOLOGICAL SAMPLE ~71:LUOXIS DIAGNOSTICS,INC, 5445 DTC ParkwaySuite 925GREENWOOD VILLAGE 80111CO, United States of America ~72: BAR-OR,DAVID;BAROR,RAPHAEL;RAEL,LEONARD T.~ 33:US ~31:61/717,511 ~32:23/10/2012;33:US ~31:61/868,983 ~32:22/08/2013 2014/02393 ~ Complete ~54:CONTINUOUS OPERATION PORTABLE MATERIAL HANDLING SYSTEM ~71:DAVIS,GLENN , 2617 S.Myrtle StreetSPOKANE 99223WA, United States of America;EMERSON,PAUL, 8608 N.Aubrey L.White ParkwayNINE MILE FALLS 99026WA , United States of America;FLSMIDTH A/S, 77 Vigerslev AlleVALBY DK-2500, Denmark ~72: DAVIS,GLENN;EMERSON,PAUL~ 33:US ~31:61/542,838 ~32:04/10/2011 2014/02370 ~ Complete ~54:A TIBIAL COMPONENT ~71:OOSTHUIZEN, CHRISTIAAN RUDOLF, 163 Anderson Street, South Africa ~72: OOSTHUIZEN, CHRISTIAAN RUDOLF~ 33:ZA ~31:2011/07123 ~32:29/09/2011 2014/02376 ~ Complete ~54:IMAGE DECODING DEVICE, IMAGE DECODING METHOD, AND IMAGE ENCODING DEVICE ~71:SHARP KABUSHIKI KAISHA, 22-22 Nagaike-Cho, Abeno-Ku, Osaka-Shi, Osaka,5458522, Japan ~72: IKAI, TOMOHIRO;YAMAMOTO, TOMOYUKI;YASUGI, YUKINOBU~ 33:JP ~31:2011-215475 ~32:29/09/2011 2014/02378 ~ Complete ~54:FAULT LOCATION USING TRAVELING WAVES ~71:SCHWEITZER ENGINNERING LABORATORIES, INC., 2350 Ne Hopkins Court, Pullman, 99163, Washington, United States of America ~72: GUZMAN-CASILLAS, ARMANDO;MYNAM, MANGAPATHIRAO VENKATA;SCHWEITZER, EDMUND O III;SKENDZIC, VESELIN~ 33:US ~31:61/546,480 ~32:12/10/2011 2014/02381 ~ Complete ~54:REFERENCE PICTURE LIST HANDLING ~71:TELEFONAKTIEBOLAGET L M ERICSSON (PUBL), Torshamnsgatan 21-23, S-16483, Stockholm, Sweden ~72: SAMUELSSON, JONATAN;SJOBERG, ROCKARD~ 33:US ~31:61/540,628 ~32:29/09/2011 2014/02385 ~ Complete ~54:INTEROMONE COMPOSITIONS AND THEIR USE TO MODIFY BEHAVIOR IN DIFFERENT VERTEBRATE SPECIES ~71:SERGEANT'S PET CARE PRODUCTS ,INC ., 10077 South 134th StreetOmaha68138-3710Nebraska, United States of America ~72: MCGLONE,JOHN J;NOUVEL,LARRY~ 33:US ~31:61/536,673 ~32:20/09/2011;33:US ~31:13/623,279 ~32:20/09/2012 2014/02396 ~ Complete ~54:EDGE WEAR COMPONENTS FOR ROLLER PRESSES ~71:FLSMIDTH A/S, 77 Vigerslev alleVALBY DK-2500, Denmark;POWNELL,EDWARD JAMES, 7158 South Flsmidth Drive MIDVALE

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84047-5559UT , United States of America ~72: POWNELL,EDWARD JAMES~ 33:US ~31:61/545,046 ~32:10/07/2011 2014/02373 ~ Provisional ~54:EMULSION EXPLOSIVE COMPOSITION AND PROCESS ~71:SASOL CHEMICAL INDUSTRIES LIMITED, 1 Sturdee Avenue, Rosebank, South Africa ~72: DELAGEY, MARK OWEN;KRUGER, FRANCOIS;STRYDOM, DERIK;VAN ECK, MARIUS;YOUNG, CYRIL AUSTIN~ 2014/02387 ~ Provisional ~54:METHODS AND METHODS FOR DETECTING AND/OR IDENTIFYING OBJECTS ~71:COUNCIL FOR SCIENTIFIC AND INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH, Meiring Naude Road , South Africa ~72: BACHOO,ASHEER;CRONJE,JACO;DUVENHAGE,BERNARDT;GRIFFITH,DEREK;MATHEBULA,IPELENG~ 2014/02389 ~ Complete ~54:SYSTEMS AND METHODS FOR DIAGNOSING AN ENGINE ~71:GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY , 1 River Road SCHENECTADY 12345NY, United States of America ~72: BANERJEE,ARIJIT;FLYNN,PAUL;KUMAR ,AJITH;MUKHERJEE,RUPAM;RAMACHANDRAPANICKER,SOMAKUMAR~ 33:US ~31:61/535,049 ~32:15/09/2011;33:US ~31:13/234,411 ~32:16/09/2011 2014/02372 ~ Complete ~54:MEDICAL DEVICES CONTAINING SHAPE MEMORY POLYMER COMPOSITIONS ~71:SMITH & NEPHEW, 15 Adam Street, London, WC2N 6LA, United Kingdom ~72: BALDERAS, HARACIO MONTES DE OCA;BONNER, MARK JAMES;BROWN, MALCOLM;BULL, ALAN WILLIAM;CATON-ROSE, PHILIP;COATES, PHILIP DAVID;FARRARM DAVID FRANKLIN;HALL, MICHAEL ANDREW;HINE, PETER JOHN;MARTYN, MICHAEL;THOMPSON, GLEN;WARD, IAN MACMILLAN~ 33:GB ~31:1117214.5 ~32:05/10/2011;33:GB ~31:1117216.0 ~32:05/10/2011;33:GB ~31:1117217.8 ~32:05/10/2011;33:GB ~31:1117218.6 ~32:05/10/2011;33:GB ~31:1117219.4 ~32:05/10/2011;33:GB ~31:1117220.2 ~32:05/10/2011;33:GB ~31:1117222.8 ~32:05/10/2011;33:GB ~31:1117223.6 ~32:05/10/2011;33:GB ~31:1117224.4 ~32:05/10/2011;33:GB ~31:1209510.5 ~32:29/05/2012 2014/02413 ~ Complete ~54:A METHOD OF AND SYSTEM FOR DISTRIBUTING INFORMATION ABOUT ROAD CONDITIONS ~71:DAVID ROBERTSON OUGALL, 11 Waterford Road, Morningside, South Africa;MARIUS CHRISTIAAN CRONJE, 12 Van Rensburg Cresent, South Africa ~72: CRONJE, MARIUS CHRISTIAAN;DOUGALL, DAVID ROBERTSON~ 33:ZA ~31:2013/00764 ~32:30/01/2013 2014/02397 ~ Complete ~54:HEATING SMOKABLE MATERIAL ~71:BRITISH AMERICAM TOBACCO (INVESTMENTS )LIMITED , Globe House 1 Water StreetLONDON WC2R 3LA , United States of America ~72: ABRAMOV,OLEG JURIEVICH;EGOYANTS,PETR ALEXANDROVICH;FIMIN,PANEL NIKOLAEVICH;VOLOBUEV,DMITRY MIKHAILIVICH~ 33:RU ~31:2011136869 ~32:06/09/2011;33:RU ~31:1207054.6 ~32:23/04/2012;33:RU ~31:2012/124800 ~32:15/06/2012 2014/02383 ~ Complete ~54:SYNTHESIS AND USES OF NUCLEIC ACID COMPOUNDS WITH CONFORMATIONALLY RESTRICTED MONOMERS ~71:MARINA BIOTECH,INC., 3830 Mote Villa ParkwayBothell 98021Washington , United States of America ~72: HOUSTON JR,MICHAEL;MACIAGIEWICZ,IWONA M;MATRAY,TRACY J~ 33:US ~31:61/532,056 ~32:07/09/2011 2014/02392 ~ Complete ~54:COMPOUNDS AND METHODS FOR ENHANCING INNATE IMMUNE RESPONSES ~71:GLAXOSMITHKLINE LLC , 5 Crescent Drive PHILADELPHIA 19112PA, United States of America ~72: BANKA,ANNA LINDSEY;BOTYANSZKI,JONOS;BURROUGHS,ERIC GREGORY;CATALANO,JOHN GEORGE;CHERN,WENDY HUANG;DICKSON,HAMILTON D.;GARTLAND,MARGARET J.;HAMATAKE,ROBERT;HOFLAND,HANS;KEICHER,JESSE DANIEL;MOORE,CHRISTOPHER BROOKS;SHOTWELL,JOHN BRADFORD;TALLANT,MATTHEW DAVID;THERRIEN,JEAN-PHILIPPE;YOU ,SHIHYUN~ 33:US ~31:61/549,784 ~32:21/10/2011;33:US ~31:61/692,431 ~32:23/08/2012

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2014/02366 ~ Provisional ~54:INVISIABLE GARDIAN ~71:SCHALK WILLEM SWART, Plot 23GeestveldBapsfontein, South Africa ~72: SCHALK WILLEM SWART~ 2014/02375 ~ Complete ~54:SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR CLOSED WATER CIRCULATION ~71:LUXIN (GREEN PLANET) AG, Brambergstrasse 18, CH-6004, Luzern, Switzerland ~72: GLANZMANN, ARTHUR~ 33:EP ~31:11181198.0 ~32:14/09/2011 2014/02379 ~ Complete ~54:CALCULATING AN INTRAOCULAR LENS (IOL) POWER ACCORDING TO A DIRECTLY DETERMINED IOL LOCATION ~71:NOVARTIS AG, Lichtstrasse 35, CH-4056, Basel, Switzerland ~72: SIMPSON, MICHAEL J~ 33:US ~31:13/276,965 ~32:19/10/2011 2014/02693 ~ Provisional ~54:A SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR MANAGING DELIVERY SCHEDULES ~71:ALTECH NETSTAR INTERNATIONAL (PROPRIETARY) LIMITED, Block O,Central Park Offices 16th RoadRandjiespark Ext 5Midrand Johannesburg, South Africa ~72: DU PLOOY,RUDOLPH~ 2014/02346 ~ Provisional ~54:MECHATRONIC SYSTEM FOR ASSISTING AN INDIVIDUAL IN OBTAINING A STANDING POSITION ~71:TSHWANE UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY , Building 20, Office 133, Staatsartillery Road, South Africa ~72: GREGORY, UNENE NTOKOZO;MONACELLI, ERIC~ 2014/02410 ~ Provisional ~54:ADVERTISING METHOD ~71:THAPELO LANGA, 32 Kreef Street, South Africa ~72: THAPELO LANGA~ 2014/02394 ~ Complete ~54:SWIMMMING POOL CLEANER DISC ~71:ZODIAC POOL SYSTEMS,INC , 2620 Commerce WayVISTA 92081CA,, United States of America ~72: BAUCKMAN,MARK;MOORE,MICHAEL;VAN DER MEIJDEN,HENDRIKUS JOHANNES~ 33:US ~31:13/280,052 ~32:24/10/2011 2014/02386 ~ Complete ~54:SIDE-LOADING RATCHET DEVICE ~71:ARMOUR HOLDINGS LIMITED , 18 Princes StreetDunedin, New Zealand ~72: ARMOUR,BARRY DOUGLAS~ 33:US ~31:61/535,681 ~32:16/09/2011 2014/02388 ~ Complete ~54:A METHOD OF ACHIEVING AUTOMATIC AXIAL POWER DISTRIBUTION CONTROL ~71:WESTINGHOUSE ELECTRIC COMPANY LLC , 1000 Westinghouse DriveCRANBERRY TOWNSHIP 16066PA, United States of America ~72: DRUDY,KEITH J.;MUELLER,NORMAN P.;RICHTER,ELIJAH A.~ 33:US ~31:13/279,596 ~32:24/10/2011 2014/02390 ~ Complete ~54:PADLOCK ~71:ABLOY OY, Wahlforssinkatu 20JOENSUU Fin-80101 , Finland ~72: KYLLONEN,VELI-PEKKA;SALLINEN,TOMI~ 33:FI ~31:20116058 ~32:28/10/2011 2014/02395 ~ Complete ~54:NOVEL DOSAGE FORM ~71:NEUROVIVE PHARMACEUTICAL AB, Medicon Village Scheelevagen 2LUND 223 81, Sweden ~72: GREGORY,MATTHEW ALAN;MOSS,STEVEN JAMES~ 33:GB ~31:1118334.0 ~32:24/10/2011 . - APPLIED ON 2014/04/01 -

2014/02452 ~ Complete ~54:NOVEL PYRIMETHANIL FORMULATIONS AND USES THEREOF IN THE TREATMENT OF CROPS ~71:XEDA INTERNATIONAL , Zone Artisanale la CrauRoute Nationale 7SAINT ANDIOL F-13670, France ~72: SARDO,ALBERTO~ 2014/02456 ~ Complete ~54:FORMULATION ~71:SYNGENTA PARTICIPATIONS AG, Schwarzwaldallee 215BASEL CH-4058, Switzerland ~72: FOWLER,JEFFREY DAVID;KIM,SEJONG~ 33:US ~31:61/552,201 ~32:27/10/2011

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2014/02454 ~ Complete ~54:GENETICALLY MODIFIED T CELL RECEPTOR MICE ~71:REGENERON PHARMACEUTICALS ,INC, 777 Old Saw Mill River RoadTARRYTOWN 10591NY, United States of America ~72: GURER,CAGAN;MACDONALD,LYNN;MCWHIRTER,JOHN;MEAGHER,KAROLINA;MURPHY,ANDREW J.;STEVENS,SEAN;VORONINA,VERA;YU,NAXIN~ 33:US ~31:61/552,582 ~32:28/10/2011;33:US ~31:61/621,198 ~32:06/04/2012;33:US ~31:61/700,908 ~32:14/09/2012 2014/02451 ~ Complete ~54:MECHANICAL AND ADHESIVE BASED RECLOSABLE FASTENERS ~71:INTERCONTINENTAL GREAT BRANDS LLC, 100 Deforest Avenue EAST HANOVER 07936NJ, United States of America ~72: ALTEN,MARK R.;BOYCE,JEFFREY JAMES;HENRY,COLLEN MARIE;JENKINS,KELLY J.;MASTERSON,DAVID CHRIS;MCGINNISS,VINCENT DANIEL;SCAROLA,LEONARD;ZERFAS,PAUL ANTHONY~ 33:US ~31:61/544,223 ~32:06/10/2011 2014/02455 ~ Complete ~54:RESTRICTED IMMUNOGLOBULIN HEAVY CHAIN MICE ~71:REGENERON PHARMACEUTICALS ,INC, 777 Old Saw Mill River Road TARRYTOWN 10591NY, United States of America ~72: GURER,CAGAN;MACDONALD,LYNN;MCWHIRTER,JOHN;MEAGHER,KAROLINA A.;MURPHY,ANDREW J.~ 33:US ~31:61/547,974 ~32:17/10/2011;33:US ~31:61/597,969 ~32:13/02/2012;33:US ~31:61/658,459 ~32:12/06/2012 2014/02457 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD FOR PRODUCING A GUN CARTRIDGE CASING ~71:NEUGEBAUER,HANS-JURGEN, Am Stiepenwaldchen 23WARBURG 34414, Germany ~72: NEUGEBAUER,HANS-JURGEN~ 33:EP ~31:13162784.6 ~32:08/04/2013 2014/02446 ~ Complete ~54:CONTROL AND POSITIONING SYSTEM FOR THE EXCHANGE OF WEAR LINING ELEMENTS ON A WALL SUBJECT TO WEAR ~71:METSO MINERALS (SWEDEN) AB, P.O.Box 132TRELLEBORG S-231 22, Sweden ~72: FURTENBACH,LARS;JOHANSSON,DENNIS;MOLLER,TAGE~ 2014/02450 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD FOR THE FUNGICIDAL AND /OR BACTERICIDAL TREATMENT OF RESISTANT STRAINS USING ONE OR MORE ESSENTIAL OILS ~71:XEDA INTERNATIONAL , Zone Artisanale la CrauRoute Nationale 7SAINT ANDIOL F-13670, France ~72: SARDO, ALBERTO~ 2014/02453 ~ Complete ~54:INSECTICIDAL 2-METHOXYBENZAMIDE DERIVATIVES ~71:SYNGENTA PARTICIPATIONS AG, Schwarzwaldallee 215BASEL CH-4058, Switzerland ~72: GODFREY,CHRISTOPHER RICAHRD AYLES;HILLESHEIM,ELKE MARIA;HUETER,OTTMAR FRANZ;JUNG,PIERRE JOSEPH MARCEL;MAIENFISCH,PETER;PITTERNA,THOMAS;RENOLD,PETER;STOLLER,ANDRE~ 33:EP ~31:11183726.6 ~32:03/10/2011 2014/02440 ~ Provisional ~54:SUSPENSION ASSEMBLY,AND A LOAD DISPLACING APPARATUS COMPRISING SAME ~71:BEYERS,CHRISTOPHER DEON , 16 Lombard StreetPinetownDurban3610KwaZuluNatal , South Africa ~72: BEYERS,CHRISTOPHER DEON~ 2014/02445 ~ Complete ~54:PACKAGE ASSEMBLY FOR MONETARY PAYMENT CARDS AND RELATED METHOD ~71:DEUFOL SUNMAN INC., 924 South Meridian StreetSUNMAN 47041IN, United States of America ~72: MORGAN,WILLIAM E.;POMERVILLE,DEAN A.;WEILER,KELLY S.~ 33:US ~31:61/807,594 ~32:02/04/2013;33:US ~31:61/812,501 ~32:16/04/2013;33:US ~31:61/821,998 ~32:10/05/2013 2014/02443 ~ Complete ~54:SPRAY DEVICE HAVING CURVED PASSAGES ~71:FINISHING BRANDS HOLDINGS INC., 88 11th AvenueNE MinneapolisMinnesota 55413, United States of America ~72: CEDOZ,ROGER T.;HASSELSCHWERT,DANIEL J.~ 33:US ~31:61/542,019 ~32:30/09/2011;33:US ~31:13/620,606 ~32:14/09/2012 . - APPLIED ON 2014/04/02 -

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2014/02398 ~ Provisional ~54:CANDLE SAFETY DEVICE ~71:TAU, Boichoko Emmanuel, 5437 Botleng Ext 4, South Africa ~72: TAU, Boichoko Emmanuel~ 2014/02399 ~ Provisional ~54:Rotational Exercise Device ~71:Willem Johannes van Straaten, 130 Trafalgar Place Street, Sandhurst, South Africa ~72: Willem Johannes van Straaten~ 2014/02404 ~ Complete ~54:PYRROLOBENZODIAZEPINES AND TARGETED CONJUGATES ~71:SEATTLE GENETICS, INC., 21823 30th Drive South East, United States of America;SPIROGEN SRL, Chemin de la Pacottaz 1, c/o Michael Forer, Switzerland ~72: BURKE, Patrick;HOWARD, Philip, Wilson;JEFFREY, Scott~ 33:US ~31:61/547,195 ~32:14/10/2011 2014/02401 ~ Complete ~54:SUPPORT PROP ~71:ELBROC MINING PRODUCTS (PTY) LTD, 19 Brewery Road, South Africa ~72: CHALMERS, Graeme;ROACH, Grant;WILSON, Errol~ 2014/02403 ~ Complete ~54:SAMPLE TUBE WITH IMPROVED LID ~71:VIBOD GMBH, Kaditzer Strae 4, Germany ~72: DOBROWOLSKI, Peter~ 33:EP ~31:11185055.8 ~32:13/10/2011 2014/02400 ~ Provisional ~54:FLUID DRAINAGE CONTAINER ~71:SHAHIM, Clinton Frederick, 1A Duff Road, Houghton Estate, South Africa ~72: SCHMITT, Karl-Heinz~ 2014/02407 ~ Complete ~54:A METHOD AND CIRCUIT STRUCTURE FOR SUPPRESSING SINGLE EVENT TRANSIENTS OR GLITCHES IN DIGITAL ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS ~71:NELSON MANDELA METROPOLITAN UNIVERSITY, Room 1207, 12th Floor, Main Building, Nelson Mandela Metropolitan UniversitySummerstrand Campus (South), University Way, Summerstrand, , South Africa ~72: SMITH, Farouk~ 33:ZA ~31:2011/07718 ~32:21/10/2011;33:ZA ~31:2011/07719 ~32:21/10/2011;33:ZA ~31:2012/00683 ~32:27/01/2012 2014/02408 ~ Complete ~54:FRICTION PIECE OPERATING IN A LUBRICATED MEDIUM ~71:H.E.F., Rue Benot, Fourneyron, F-42160 , France ~72: HEAU, Christophe;MAURIN-PERRIER, Philippe~ 33:FR ~31:1159546 ~32:21/10/2011 2014/02409 ~ Complete ~54:DEVICES, SYSTEMS AND METHODS FOR THE WHITENING OF TEETH ~71:MAVRIK DENTAL SYSTEMS, LTD., 22 Hatzlil Street, Israel ~72: SANDERS, Daniel DDS~ 33:US ~31:61/533,303 ~32:12/09/2011;33:US ~31:61/596,238 ~32:08/02/2012 2014/02405 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD FOR APPLYING BRAZING MATERIAL TO METAL HONEYCOMB MATRIX, METAL HONEYCOMB MATRIX AND MANUFACTURING METHOD THEREOF ~71:BASF CORPORATION, 100 CAMPUS DRIVE, FLORHAM PARK, NJ 07932, USA, United States of America ~72: BARTHOLOMAEUS, Peter;CHU, Gengsheng;DENG, Shuiping;LIU, Ye;TAO, Weichang;ZHANG, Yuqin~ 2014/02402 ~ Complete ~54:MULTI-WAY TUBULAR CHANNEL CONNECTOR BLOCK ~71:MASTER BLASTER PROPRIETARY LIMITED, PLOT 8777, INDEPENDENCE ROAD, SELEBI PHIKWE, BOTSWANA, Botswana ~72: DAVIS, Mark, Rodney~ 33:ZA ~31:2013/7947 ~32:24/10/2013 2014/02406 ~ Complete ~54:ELECTRIC POWER SUPPLY ASSEMBLY WITH ASSISTED ESTABLISHMENT OF ELECTRICAL CONTACT WITH A POWER-COLLECTING TRACK CARRIED BY AN ELECTRICALLY POWERED VEHICLE ~71:NEWTL, Z.A.E. de la Bruche, 20 avenue de la ConcordeF-67120, France ~72: ANDRE, Jean-Luc~ 33:FR ~31:11/59049 ~32:06/10/2011 2014/02431 ~ Complete ~54:A PERSONAL CLEANING COMPOSITION ~71:UNILEVER PLC, Unilever House, 100 Victoria Embankment, London Greater London, EC4Y 0DY, United Kingdom ~72: BARNE, SAMEER KESHAV;CHAKRABORTTY, AMIT;SAJI, MAYA TREESA~ 33:IN ~31:3096/MUM/2011 ~32:03/11/2011

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2014/02458 ~ Complete ~54:A HOUSE FLOATABLE IN THE AIR ~71:JIANG YANG, Bengbu Institute of Glass Industry Design and ResearchNo.1047 Tushan RoadBengbu City, People's Republic of China ~72: JIANG YANG~ 33:CN ~31:201320162589.6 ~32:03/04/2013 2014/02365 ~ Provisional ~54:DEURSIGTIGE PLASTIESE STROOK IN HOUERS ~71:WILLEM JOHANNES JACOBUS BEKKER, Schneider Str 68FranskraalGansbaai, South Africa ~72: WILLEM JOHANNES JACOBUS BEKKER~ 2014/02433 ~ Complete ~54:AN AQUEOUS PHOTO-PROTECTIVE PERSONAL CARE COMPOSITION ~71:UNILEVER PLC, Unilever House, 100 Victoria Embankment, London Greater London, EC4Y 0DY, United Kingdom ~72: GHOSH, NILMONI;VAIDYA, ASHISH ANANT~ 33:IN ~31:3041/MUM/2011 ~32:28/10/2011;33:EP ~31:12152054.8 ~32:23/01/2012 2014/02435 ~ Complete ~54:MEASURED AND APPARATUS FOR MEASURING THE TEMPERATURE OF A MOLTEN METAL ~71:HERAEUS ELECTRO-NITE INTERNATIONAL,N.V. , Centrum Zuid 11053530Houthalen, Belgium ~72: NEYENS,GUIDO JACOBUS;STEVENS,FRANK;THYS,MICHEL~ 33:EP ~31:13165941.9 ~32:30/04/2013 2014/02438 ~ Complete ~54:IMAGE PROCESSING DEVICE AND IMAGE PROCESSING METHOD ~71:SONY CORPORATION , 1-7-1KonanMINATO-KU 108-0075TOKYO, Japan ~72: SATO,KAZUSHI~ 33:JP ~31:2011274660 ~32:15/12/2011 2014/02441 ~ Complete ~54:WATER CRAFT HAVING OPEN UPPER DECK,AFT SWIM DECK AND COLLAPSIBLE BULWARKS ~71:DE BASTO,LUIZ, 355 Alhambra Circle Suite 1100CORAL GABLES 33134FL, United States of America;RAMIREZ MAGANA,ENRIQUE , 355 Alhambra Circle Suite 1100CORAL GABLES 33134FL, United States of America ~72: DE BASTO,LUIZ;RAMIREZ MAGANA,ENRIQUE~ 33:US ~31:61/532,956 ~32:09/09/2011 2014/02447 ~ Complete ~54:PROCESS FOR PRODUCING HYDROGEN PEROXIDE ~71:SOLVAY SA, Rue de Ransbeek310B-1120 Brussels, Belgium ~72: BLOOMFIELD,STEPHEN;DHAESE,PATRICK MARKUS;JANSSENS,FRANCINE;VANDENBUSSCHE,ALAIN~ 33:EP ~31:11184575.6 ~32:11/10/2011 2014/02459 ~ Complete ~54:PNEUMATIC DOWN-THE-HOLE DRILL ~71:SANDVIK MINING AND CONSTRUCTION OY, Pihtisulunkatu 9, Finland ~72: HEDLUND JUHA;KESKINIVA MARKKU;LEPPANEN JARMO~ 33:FI ~31:20115980 ~32:06/10/2011 2014/02418 ~ Complete ~54:PHARMACEUTICAL FORMULATIONS ~71:VOVARTIS AG, Lichtstrasse 35, CH4056 Basel, Switzerland ~72: KRISHNAMACHARI, YOGITA;LEE, HANCHEN;LI, PING;SHEN, XIAOHONG;SINGH, RAJINDER;TAN, LAYCHOO;VERMA, DAYA~ 33:US ~31:61/563,229 ~32:23/11/2011 2014/02421 ~ Complete ~54:SOY PROTEIN PRODUCTS OF IMPROVED WATER-BINDING CAPACITY ~71:BURCON NUTRASCIENCE (MB) CORP., 1388 Waller Avenue, Winnipeg, R3T 1P9, Manitoba, Canada ~72: GREEN, BRENT E;SEGALL, KEVIN I~ 33:US ~31:61/457,050 ~32:16/12/2010 2014/02425 ~ Complete ~54:PAINT PRETREATMENT AGENT FOR COATING-TYPE PAINT, AND COATINGTYPE PAINTING METHOD ~71:CHEMETALL GMBH, Trakehner Strasse 3, D-60487, Frankfurt AM Main, Germany ~72: INOUE, MINORU;TOI, TERUZO~ 33:JP ~31:2011-227215 ~32:14/10/2011 2014/02428 ~ Complete ~54:REVERSE CIRCULATION BIT ASSEMBLY ~71:ATLAS COPCO SECOROC LLC, 1600 South Great Southwest Parkway, Grand Prairie, 75051, Texas, United States of America ~72: CURRY, KENNETH M;JOHNSON, KYLE E;JONES, MARK L;ROSS, JEFFERY T~ 33:US ~31:61/548,037 ~32:17/10/2011

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2014/02430 ~ Complete ~54:A LIQUID HARD SURFACE ANTIMICROBIAL CLEANING COMPOSITION ~71:UNILEVER PLC, Unilver House, 100 Victoria Embankment, London Greater London, EC4Y 0DY, United Kingdom ~72: BARNE, SAMEER KESHAV;CHAKRABORTTY, AMIT;SAJI, MAYA TREESA~ 33:IN ~31:3093/MUM/2011 ~32:03/11/2011;33:EP ~31:12150935.0 ~32:12/01/2012 2014/02481 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD FOR IMPACT-CUTTING MINING AND IMPACT-CUTTING MINER CARRYING OUT THE METHOD ~71:SUHUA LIU, Yanzhou Haizhi Mechanical and Electrical Technology Co.LtdXinyanzhen Industrial Park YanzhouShandong 272100, People's Republic of China ~72: SUHUA LIU~ 33:CN ~31:201110278511.6 ~32:11/09/2011;33:CN ~31:PCT/CN12/001499 ~32:07/11/2012 2014/02414 ~ Complete ~54:METHODS OF INHIBITING TUMOR GROWTH BY ANTAGONIZING IL-6 RECEPTOR ~71:REGENERON PHARMACEUTICALS, INC, Corporation New York, 777 Old Saw Mill River Road, Tarrytown, New York 10591, United States of America ~72: ZHANG, LI~ 33:US ~31:61/557,939 ~32:10/11/2011;33:US ~31:61/609,968 ~32:13/03/2012;33:US ~31:61/613,538 ~32:21/03/2012 2014/02417 ~ Complete ~54:FURNACE WITH REFRACTORY BRICKS THAT DEFINE COOLING CHANNELS FOR GASEOUS MEDIA ~71:HATCH LTD., 2800 Speakman Drive, Massissauga, Ontario L5K 2R7, Canada ~72: JASTRZEBSKI, MACIEJ;PARRAVANI, MICHAEL;SOUTHHALL, SEAN;STOBER, FRANK;VEENSTRA, ROBERT;WASMUND, BERT~ 33:US ~31:61/540,896 ~32:29/09/2011 2014/02426 ~ Complete ~54:DOUBLE LAYER SOLAR HEATING-AND-COOLING THERMOSYPHON SYSTEM ~71:TEOH, SIANG TEIK, No. 2, Jalan SS 14/7F, 47500 Subang Jaya, 47500, Sellangor, Malaysia ~72: TEOH, SIANG TEIK~ 33:US ~31:61/628,344 ~32:27/10/2011;33:US ~31:61/629,445 ~32:21/11/2011;33:US ~31:61/617,556 ~32:29/03/2012 2014/02427 ~ Provisional ~54:INITIATOR ~71:RICHARDS, PAUL, 85 Riverside Drive, Fisherhaven, South Africa ~72: RICHARDS, PAUL~ 2014/02432 ~ Complete ~54:METHODS FOR TREATING A STROKE-RELATED SENSORIMOTOR IMPAIRMENT USING AMINOPYRIDINES ~71:ACORDIA THERAPEUTICS, INC., 420 Saw Mill River Road, Ardsley, 10502, New York, United States of America ~72: BLIGHT, ANDREW R;CAGGIANO, ANTHONY O;IACI, JENNIFER F;PARRY, TOM J~ 33:US ~31:61/543,150 ~32:04/10/2011;33:US ~31:61/591,833 ~32:27/01/2012;33:US ~31:61/648,695 ~32:18/05/2012 2014/02423 ~ Complete ~54:SOY PROTEIN PRODUCTS OF IMPROVED WATER-BINDING CAPACITY ~71:BURCON NUTRASCIENCE (MB) CORP., 1388 Waller Avenue, Winnipeg, R3T 1P9, Manitoba, Canada ~72: GREEN, BRENT E;SEGALL, KEVIN I~ 33:US ~31:61/457,050 ~32:16/12/2010 2014/02424 ~ Complete ~54:1- ARYLCARBONYL -4 - OXY - PIPERIDINE COMPOUNDS USEFUL FOR THE TREATMENT OF NEURODEGENERATIVE DISEASES ~71:TEKEDA PHARMACEUTICAL COMPANY LIMITED, 1-1, Doshomachi 4-Chome, Chuo-Ku, Osaka, 541-0045, Japan ~72: ANDO, HARUHI;FARNABY, WILLIAM JOHN;KOIKE, TATSUKI;YOSHIKAWA, MASATO~ 33:JP ~31:2011-222741 ~32:07/10/2011 2014/02429 ~ Complete ~54:PROCESSES AND PLANTS FOR REDUCING AMMONIA LOSS AND ODOR FROM ORGANIC MATERIAL OR WASTE TO THE ATMOSPHERE ~71:NA APPLIED AS, Beddingen 2, N-0250, Oslo, Norway ~72: INGELS, RUNE~ 33:NO ~31:20111701 ~32:08/12/2011 2014/02412 ~ Provisional ~54:FENCING PANEL ~71:GEOGE ANTON HARROP-ALLIN, 21 Mt Linsley, Midlands Estate, Midstream Estate, South Africa ~72: GEORGE ANTON HARROP-ALLIN~

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2014/02416 ~ Complete ~54:FORMING INSULATED CONDUCTORS USING A FINAL REDUCTION STEP AFTER HEAT TREATING ~71:SHELL INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH MAATSCHAPPIJ B.V, Carel van Bylandtlaan 30, 2596 HR The Hague, Netherlands ~72: ARORA, DHRUV;BURNS, DAVID BOOTH;CRANEY, TREVOR ALEXANDER;DE ST. REMEY, EDWARD EVERETT;HARLEY, ROBERT GUY;HERRERA, GILBERT LUIS;NOEL, JUSTIN MICHAEL;SHAFFER, ROBERT ANTHONY~ 33:US ~31:61/544,797 ~32:07/10/2011 2014/02411 ~ Provisional ~54:CURRENT SENSOR BATTERIES WITH THREADED CIRCULAR TERMINAL POSTS ~71:BALANCELL (Pty) Ltd, Unit 7 West Prime Park, Printers Way, Montague Gardens, South Africa ~72: WILHEM FRANZ FULS~ 2014/02415 ~ Complete ~54:NEW SALT AND MEDICAL USE ~71:PFIZER LIMITED, Ramsgate Road, Sandwich, Kent CT13 9NJ, United Kingdom ~72: ALI, ZAHID;BUTCHER, KENNETH JOHN;BUTT, RICHARD PHILIP;FELSTEAD, STEPHEN JOHN;GLATT, SOPHIE;MCKERNAN, RUTH MITCHELL;PANESAR, MANINDER~ 33:US ~31:61/549,823 ~32:21/10/2011;33:US ~31:61/700,582 ~32:13/09/2012 2014/02420 ~ Complete ~54:TOW-HITCH COUPLING ~71:AVOL MARKETING CC, 10A Potgieter Road, Eastleigh, Edenvale, South Africa ~72: AUSTIN, LESLIE MALCOLM~ 33:ZA ~31:2013/02698 ~32:15/04/2013 2014/02460 ~ Complete ~54:ASSEMBLY FOR DETERMINING THE PRESENCE OR ABSENCE OF AN ANALYTE IN A BLOOD SAMPLE AND ANALYSIS UNIT COMPRISING SUCH AN ASSEMBLY ~71:BIOMERIEUX, Marcy-L'etoile, France ~72: COLIN BRUNO;GOUDARD MICHEL;PARIS CECILE~ 33:FR ~31:1158998 ~32:05/10/2011 2014/02419 ~ Complete ~54:COMPOSITIONS AND METHODS TO INHIBIT STEM CELL AND PROGENITOR CELL BINDING TO LYMPHOID TISSUE AND FOR REGENERATING GERMINAL CENTERS IN LYMPHATIC TISSUES ~71:DEISHER, THERESA, 1420 Fifth Avenue, Seattle, 98101, Washington, United States of America ~72: DEISHER, THERESA~ 33:US ~31:61/374,943 ~32:18/08/2010;33:US ~31:61/441,485 ~32:10/02/2011;33:US ~31:61/449,372 ~32:04/03/2011 2014/02422 ~ Complete ~54:SOY PROTEIN PRODUCTS OF IMPROVED WATER-BINDING CAPACITY ~71:BURCON NUTRASCIENCE (MB) CORP, 1388 Waller Avenue, Winnipeg, R3T 1P9, Manitoba, Canada ~72: SEGALL, KEVIN I~ 33:US ~31:61/457,050 ~32:16/12/2010 2014/02434 ~ Complete ~54:REFUGE SHELTER,COUPLING AND METHOD ~71:STRATA PRODUCTS WORLDWIDE,LLC , 8995 Rowell RoadSuite 200Sandy Spring30350Georgia , United States of America ~72: BISHOFF,MICHAEL SCOTT;FIKE,SHAWN L;MAUST,DAVID EMERSON~ 33:US ~31:61/808,115 ~32:03/04/2013 2014/02436 ~ Complete ~54:SELECTIVE METABOLIC APPROACH TO INCREASING ORAL BIOAVAILABITITY OF PHENYLEPHRINE AND OTHER PHENOLIC BIOACTIVES ~71:VIRGINIA COMMONWEALTGH UNIVERSITY , 800 E.Leigh StreetSuite 113Richmond23219Virginia, United States of America ~72: BARR,WILLIAM H;GERK,PHILLIP M;RITTER,JOSEPH K~ 33:US ~31:61/539,530 ~32:27/09/2011;33:US ~31:61/544,396 ~32:07/10/2011 2014/02437 ~ Complete ~54:DIAGNOSIS OF TUBERCULOSIS ~71:CSIR , Scientia0002 Pretoria , South Africa ~72: KHATI,MAKOBETSE ABEL;MASERUMULE,MATSOPIANE CHARLOTTE;ROTHERHAM,LIA SUZANNE~ 33:ZA ~31:2011/06987 ~32:23/09/2011;33:ZA ~31:2012/04226 ~32:08/06/2012 2014/02442 ~ Complete ~54:INK COATINGS FOR SECURITY DOCUMENTS TO PREVENT FORGERY BY MEANS OF HEAT SENSITIVE ERASABLE INK ~71:SICPA HOLDING SA, Avenue de Florissant 41PRILLY CH-

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1008, Switzerland ~72: DUMUSOIS,CHRISTOPHE;LEPRINCE,CECILE;LUKAS,DAGMAR~ 33:EP ~31:11184571.5 ~32:11/10/2011;33:US ~31:61/545 798 ~32:11/10/2011 2014/02448 ~ Complete ~54:PROCESS FOR PRODUCING HYDROGEN PEROXIDE ~71:SOLVAY SA, Rue de Ransbeek310B-1120 Brussels, Belgium ~72: BLOOMFIELD,STEPHEN;DHAESE,PATRICK MARKUS;JANSSENS,FRANCINE;VANDENBUSSCHE,ALAIN~ 33:EP ~31:11184576.4 ~32:11/10/2011 2014/02439 ~ Complete ~54:PYRAZOLOQUINOLINE DERIVATIVE ~71:EISAI R &D MANAGEMENT CO,.LTD , 4-6-10KoishikawaBUNKYO-KU 112-8088TOKYO, Japan ~72: HAGIWARA KOJI;ISHIHARA,YUKI;NORIMINE,YOSHIHIKO;SATO,NOBUAKI;SUZUKI,YUICHI;TAKEDA,KUNITOSHI~ 33:US ~31:61/544860 ~32:07/10/2011;33:US ~31:61/550623 ~32:24/10/2011;33:US ~31:61/558110 ~32:10/11/2011;33:US ~31:61/580903 ~32:28/12/2011 2014/02444 ~ Complete ~54:CONTIGUOUS FILTER PRESS AND METHODS OF MANUFACTURING THE SAME ~71:FLSMIDTH A/S, 77 Vigerslev AlleVALBY DK-2500, Denmark ~72: NEUMANN,REUBEN~ 33:US ~31:61/548,954 ~32:19/10/2011 2014/02449 ~ Complete ~54:FUEL TANK ~71:SANDVIK MINING AND CONSTRUCTION OY, Pihtisulunkatu 9TAMPERE FI-33330, Finland ~72: HEDLUND,JUHA;KESKINIVA,MARKKU;LEPPANEN,JARMO~ 33:FI ~31:20115981 ~32:06/10/2011 . - APPLIED ON 2014/04/03 -

2014/02464 ~ Provisional ~54:METHOD OF INSTALLING SAFETY NETS ~71:NICAUD COMPANIES 22 (PTY) LTD, Plot 75, Rhenosterfontein, South Africa ~72: FLANAGAN, Frederick William~ 2014/02465 ~ Provisional ~54:SPRAG STABILISING AND LIMITING MEANS ~71:NAUDE, Johannes Jacobus, 12 Arend Road, Windsor Glen, South Africa ~72: NAUDE, Johannes Jacobus~ 2014/02466 ~ Complete ~54:FORENSIC COLLECTION DEVICE ~71:VIBOD GMBH, Kaditzer Strae 4, Germany ~72: DOBROWOLSKI, Peter~ 33:EP ~31:11186238.9 ~32:21/10/2011 2014/02468 ~ Complete ~54:PIPELINE SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR DRAINING A PIPELINE SYSTEM ~71:BASF SE, D-67056 LUDWIGSHAFEN, GERMANY, Germany ~72: GARLICHS, Florian;GEYER, Karolin;GRTNER, Martin;LADENBERGER, Michael;LUTZ, Michael;MAURER, Stephan;SCHIERLE-ARNDT, Kerstin;WORTMANN, Jrgen~ 33:EP ~31:11180219.5 ~32:06/09/2011;33:US ~31:61/531,114 ~32:06/09/2011 2014/02467 ~ Complete ~54:SYNTHESIS OF ZEOLITIC MATERIALS USING N,N-DIMETHYL ORGANOTEMPLATES ~71:BASF SE, D-67056 LUDWIGSHAFEN, GERMANY, Germany ~72: BERENS, Ulrich;IFFLAND, Gabriele;MLLER, Ulrich;SWAMINATHAN, Vijay, Narayanan;SZARVAS, Laszlo;YILMAZ, Bilge~ 33:EP ~31:11180148.6 ~32:06/09/2011 2014/02462 ~ Provisional ~54:A BUILDING PANEL ~71:EZEE BUILD DEVELOPMENTS CC, 379 Commercial Road, Pietermaritzburg, 3201, South Africa, South Africa ~72: SERVANT, Brian, Ronald~ 2014/02461 ~ Provisional ~54:A BUILDING PANEL ~71:EZEE BUILD DEVELOPMENTS CC, 379 Commercial Road, Pietermaritzburg, 3201, South Africa, South Africa ~72: SERVANT, Brian, Ronald~ 2014/02469 ~ Complete ~54:FACILITY FOR TREATING THERMAL OILS IN SOLAR THERMAL PLANTS ~71:GD ENERGY SERVICES, S.A.U., Edificio Sorolla Av. Cortes Valencianas, 58, Spain ~72: Jess LACALLE BAYO~

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2014/02463 ~ Provisional ~54:GREET BENNY ~71:QUINTON DANIEL ARRONS, 53 CROTON ROADMEREWENT, South Africa ~72: QUINTON DANIEL ARRONS~ 2014/02472 ~ Provisional ~54:TRANSPORT OF LIQUID EXPLOSIVES ~71:IPTREE TRUST (TRUST NUMBER 503/2009), 5 Libertas Road Somerset Office ParkBullseye Gebou, South Africa ~72: BUHRMANN,RUDOLPH;BUHRMANN,RUDOLPH TEODOR~ 2014/02473 ~ Complete ~54:CHEMICAL LOOPING COMBUSTION METHOD WITH THE REMOVAL OF ASH AND FINES LEAVING THE OXIDATION ZONE,AND FACILITY USING SUCH A METHOD ~71:IFP ENERGIES NOUVELLES , 1 et avenue de Bois -Preau92852 Rueil-Malmaison Cedex , France;TOTAL SA, Tour Coupole2 place Jean Millier La Defense 6F-92400 Courbevoie, France ~72: GAUTHIER,THIERRY;GUILLOU,FLORENT;HOTEIT,ALI;RIFFLART,SEBASTIEN~ 33:FR ~31:11/03697 ~32:02/12/2011 2014/02475 ~ Complete ~54:SELF-ADHESIVE LAVATORY TREATMENT COMPOSITIONS ~71:RECKITT BENCKISER LLC, Morris Corporate Center IV399 Interpace ParkwayParsippanyNew Jersey 07054, United States of America ~72: BURT,DIANE ,JOYCE;LUCIANO,PRISCILA,MIRA~ 33:US ~31:61/672,029 ~32:16/07/2012;33:US ~31:61/683,879 ~32:16/08/2012;33:US ~31:61/724,758 ~32:09/11/2012 2014/02495 ~ Provisional ~54:PANEL WALLING SYSTEM ~71:READYKIT CONSTRUCTION (PROPRIETARY)LIMITED , 16 Elizabeth Avenue Rivonia 2191, South Africa ~72: HILL,MICHAEL JOHN ANTHONY~ 2014/02476 ~ Complete ~54:A COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY IMAGING PROCESS AND SYSTEM ~71:FEI COMPANY, PO Box 1745, 5602 BS Eindhoven, Netherlands ~72: KINGSTON, ANDREW MAURICE;SHEPPARD, ADRIAN PAUL;VARSLOT, TROND KARSTEN~ 33:AU ~31:2011904072 ~32:03/10/2011 2014/02470 ~ Provisional ~54:SAILSAFE LOADING EQUIPMENT ~71:MATTHEW JOHN BAILEY , 43 Deklerks DrEdenvale, South Africa;ROELOF ANDRIES KRUGER, 7 Biggs AveBrakpan North, South Africa ~72: MATTHEW JOHN BAILEY;ROELOF ANDRIES KRUGER~ 2014/02477 ~ Complete ~54:COMPOUNDS FOR USE IN THE TREATMENT OF ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE ~71:UNIVERSITY OF THE WITWATERSRAND, JOHANNESBURG, 1 Jan Smuts Avenue, Braamfontein, South Africa ~72: DIAS, BIANCA DA COSTA;GONSALVES, DANIELLE;JOVANOVIC, KATRINA;KNACKMUSS, STEFAN;LITTLE, MELVYN;REUSCH, UWE;WEISS, STEFAN FRANZ THOMAS~ 33:ZA ~31:2011/06804 ~32:19/09/2011 2014/02479 ~ Complete ~54:BAG AND ITS USE TO PROVIDE ADMIXTURE FOR A HYDRAULIC COMPOSITION ~71:LAFARGE, 61 rue des Balles Feuilles, Paris F-75116, France ~72: DUVEAU, VINCENT;GEORGES, SEBASTIAN;JACQUET, ALAIN;THOUUILLEUX, PHILIPPE;VILLARD, EMMANUEL~ 33:FR ~31:1158931 ~32:04/10/2011 2014/02474 ~ Complete ~54:CHEMICAL LOOPING COMBUSTION METHOD WITH THE DILUTED-PHASE REMOVAL OF ASH AND FINES IN THE OXIDATION ZONE ,AND FACILITY USING SUCH A METHOD ~71:IFP ENERGIES NOUVELLES , 1 et 4 avenue de Bois-Preau92852 Rueil-Malmaison Cedex , France;TOTAL SA, Tour Coupole 2place Jean Millier La Defense 6F-92400 Courbevoie, France ~72: GAUTHIER,THIERRY;GUILLOU,FLORENT;HOTEIT,ALI;RIFFLART,SEBASTIEN~ 33:FR ~31:11/03698 ~32:02/12/2011

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2014/02471 ~ Provisional ~54:GENERATOR WITH TWIN STATORS 4 ~71:JACOBUS JOHANNES VAN DER MERWE , 1060 Pierneef straatVillieria, South Africa ~72: JACOBUS JOHANNES VAN DER MERWE~ 2014/02478 ~ Complete ~54:SYSTEMS AND METHODS FOR THE USE OF FISCHER-TROPSCH TAIL GAS IN A GAS LIQUID PROCESS ~71:MIDREX TECHNOLOGIES, INC, 2 Water Bridge Parkway, Suite 100, Charlotte 28217, NC, United States of America ~72: CHEELEY, ROBERT B.;MEISSNER, DAVID C.;METIUS, GARY E.~ 33:US ~31:61/556,933 ~32:08/11/2011 2014/02480 ~ Complete ~54:GRAPHITE COATED METAL NANOPARTICLES FOR POLYCRYSTALLINE DIAMOND COMPACT SYNTHESIS ~71:BAKER HUGHES INCORPORATED, PO Box 4740, Houston 772104740, TX, United States of America ~72: DIGIOVANNI, ANTHONY A.;JOHNSON, MICHAEL H.;MAZYAR, OLEG A.;SCOTT, DAN E.~ 33:US ~31:13/252,551 ~32:04/10/2011 . - APPLIED ON 2014/04/04 -

2014/02487 ~ Complete ~54:LIFTING AND TRANSPORTING DEVICE INCLUDING FRONT LOAD SUPPORTING CASTORS AND ASSOCIATED LINKAGE SYSTEM ~71:AUSTECH AND DESIGN PTY LTD, PO Box 1208 , Australia ~72: Kenneth Ian BELL;Peter Raymond MARCH~ 33:AU ~31:2011904249 ~32:12/10/2011 2014/02484 ~ Complete ~54:STEAM OR VAPOUR CONDENSING SYSTEM ~71:YEOMANS, Allan, James, 60 SUNRISE BOULEVARD, SURFERS PARADISE, GOLD COAST, QUEENSLAND 4217, AUSTRALIA, Australia ~72: YEOMANS, Allan, James~ 33:AU ~31:2011903603 ~32:06/09/2011 2014/02486 ~ Complete ~54:ANALYTICS ~71:SHL GROUP LTD, THE PAVILLION, 1 ATWELL PLACE, THAMES DITTON, United Kingdom ~72: ANDERSSON, Lotte;BURKE, Eugene;GIBBS, Tom;IGBOKWE, Uche;LEVETT, Paul;PERHAM, Scott Jonathon;REES, Alex~ 33:GB ~31:1115418.4 ~32:06/09/2011;33:GB ~31:1116863.0 ~32:29/09/2011;33:GB ~31:1200884.3 ~32:18/01/2012 2014/02482 ~ Provisional ~54:A SLURRY REMOVAL APPARATUS ~71:MEGAW, Darren, Craig, 10 HIBISCUS STREET, RANDPARKRIDGE, 2194, South Africa ~72: MEGAW, Darren, Craig~ 2014/02483 ~ Provisional ~54:KAOLIN SEPARATOR ~71:GROENRIVIERSMOND TRUST IT 5838/2007, THE FARM RONDAWEL, South Africa ~72: NIEUWOUDT, Adriaan Alettus~ 2014/02488 ~ Provisional ~54:ROCK DRILL ROTATION MECHANISM ~71:HYDRO POWER EQUIPMENT (PTY) LTD, 19 Precision Street, Kya Sand, South Africa ~72: BUHRMANN, RUDOLPH~ 2014/02489 ~ Provisional ~54:A CONSTANT PRESSURE PUMP ~71:THE BUHRMANN TRUST, Plot 33, Riverside Estate, South Africa ~72: BUHRMANN, RUDOLPH~ 2014/02499 ~ Complete ~54:IMPROVED ELECTROLYTIC CELL COVERS COMPRISING A RESIN COMPOSITION POLYMERIZED WITH A GROUP 8 OLEFIN METATHESIS CATALYST ~71:MATERIA,INC., 60 North San Gabriel BoulevardPASADENA 91107CA, United States of America ~72: CRUCE,CHRISTOPHER J.;GIARDELLO,MICHAEL A.;PAPPANO,ALBERT E.;STEPHEN,ANTHONY R.;TONER,STUART A.M.;TRIMMER,MARKS S.~ 33:US ~31:61/534,869 ~32:14/09/2011 2014/02500 ~ Complete ~54:ORALLY ADMINISTERED ADSORBENT ~71:TEIJIN PHARMA LIMITED , 21Kasumigaseki 3-chome TOKYO 100-0013CHIYODA-KU, Japan ~72: ETO,NOBUAKI;IMAIZUMI,KEIICHIRO;MURAKAMI,TAKASHI;NISHIWAKI,YASUMI;OHTAKI,AKIHITO;SHIMAZA KI,KENJI~ 33:JP ~31:2011-222949 ~32:07/10/2011;33:JP ~31:2012-181466 ~32:20/08/2012

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2014/02485 ~ Complete ~54:DUAL INTERPRETATION OF A LENGTH FIELD OF A SIGNAL UNIT ~71:QUALCOMM INCOPROTAED , Attn:International IP Administration 5775 Morehouse Drive SAN DIEGO 92121-1714CA, United States of America ~72: ABRAHAM,SANTOSH PAUL;MERLIN,SIMONE;TAGHAVI NASRABADI,MOHAMMAD HOSSEIN;VERMANI,SAMEER~ 33:US ~31:61/531,584 ~32:06/09/2011;33:US ~31:61/562,063 ~32:21/11/2011;33:US ~31:61/654,177 ~32:28/11/2011;33:US ~31:61/566,961 ~32:05/12/2011;33:US ~31:61/580,616 ~32:27/12/2011;33:US ~31:61/585,479 ~32:11/01/2012;33:US ~31:61/585,573 ~32:11/01/2012;33:US ~31:61/670,092 ~32:10/07/2012;33:US ~31:61/684,248 ~32:17/08/2012;33:US ~31:13//604,030 ~32:05/09/2012 2014/02496 ~ Provisional ~54:A ROOF SUPPORT STRUCTURE FOR SUPPORTING A ROOF ~71:PRINSLOO,DAVID CRAIG, No.44 Oryx StreetGoedemoedDurbanville7550 , South Africa ~72: PRINSLOO,DAVID CRAIG~ 2014/02497 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD FOR PRODUCING BEVERAGES ~71:NESTEC S.A. , Avenue Nestle 55VEVEY CH-1800, Switzerland ~72: BRUNNER,YANN;STIEGER,MICHAEL(MISCHA)~ 33:EP ~31:11180253.4 ~32:06/09/2011 2014/02498 ~ Complete ~54:AMINO-SUBSTITUTED MIMIDAZOPYRIDAZINES ~71:BAYER INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY GMBH, Alfred-Nobel-Strasse 10MONHEIM AM RHEIN 40789 , Germany ~72: BOMER,ULF;EIS,KNUT;GNOTH,MARK JEAN;GUNTHER,JUDITH;HITCHCOCK,MARION;LIENAU,PHILIP;PUHLER,FLORIAN;SCHOLZ,ARNE;ZORN,LU DWIG~ 33:EP ~31:11180129.6 ~32:06/09/2011;33:EP ~31:11 182 440.5 ~32:23/09/2011;33:EP ~31:12 179 902.7 ~32:09/08/2012 2014/02501 ~ Complete ~54:PALLADIUM SEPARATING AGENT ,METHOD FOR PRODUCING SAME AND USE OF SAME ~71:TOSOH CORPORATION , 4560Kaisei-choshunan-shiYamaguchi746-8501, Japan ~72: MASUDA ,TAKAHIRO;SUDO,YUKINORI;YOSHIDA,SETSUO~ 2014/02502 ~ Complete ~54:A METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR ACCESSING PLACES ~71:AMADEUS S.A.S, 485 Route du Pin MontardSOPHIA ANTIPOLIS F-06410BIOT , France ~72: GUENEC,MATHIEU;HARREN,MIKAEL~ 33:EP ~31:11306112.1 ~32:07/09/2011 2014/02503 ~ Complete ~54:MOLECULAR DETECTION ASSAY ~71:HUMAN GENETIC SIGNATURES PTY LTD, Virology Research LaboratoryLevel 3Clinical Science Building Prince of Wales Hospital Randwick NSW 2031, Australia ~72: HUMAN ,DOUGLAS SPENCER~ 2014/02575 ~ Complete ~54:DIAGNOSTIC TOOL AND METHOD FOR USING THE SAME FOR COLORIMETRIC DETECTION OF ORGANIC RESIDUES IN A PRODUCT IN A PRODUCT SAMPLE ~71:KIRKPATRICK,ROBIN DUNCAN , 6 TATE CRESCENTLONEHILLJOHANNESBURG, South Africa ~72: KIRKPATRICK,ROBIN DUNCAN~ 33:ZA ~31:2013/06966 ~32:16/09/2013 2014/02492 ~ Complete ~54:POLYMORPHIC FORM OF PRIDOPIDINE HYDROCHLORIDE ~71:IVAX INTERNATIONAL GMBH, Alpenstrasse 2, CH8640, Rapperswil, Switzerland ~72: FROSTRUP, BRIAN;PITTELKOW, THOMAS;SONESSON, CLAS;ZIMMERMANN, ANNE~ 33:DK ~31:PA 2011 70496 ~32:07/09/2011;33:US ~31:61/533,550 ~32:12/09/2011 2014/02490 ~ Complete ~54:ADDITION OF IRON TO IMPROVE CELL CULTURE ~71:PFIZER, INC, 235 East 42nd Street, New York, NY 10017, United States of America ~72: DRAPEAU, DENIS;LUAN, YEN-TUNG;NOLAN, RYAN P.;WANG, WENGE~ 33:US ~31:61/550,058 ~32:21/10/2011

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2014/02491 ~ Complete ~54:ANTI IL-36R ANTIBODIES ~71:BOEHRINGER INGELHEIM INTERNATIONAL GMBH, Binger Strasse 173, 55216 Ingelheim am Rhein, Germany ~72: BROWN, Su-ELLEN;CANADA, KEITH;CHLEWICKI, LUKASZ;HOWELL, MICHAEL;MENNERICH, DETLEV;WOSKA JR, JOSEPH ROBERT~ 33:US ~31:61/560,554 ~32:16/11/2011;33:US ~31:61/664,111 ~32:08/05/2012;33:US ~31:61/713,713 ~32:15/10/2012 2014/02493 ~ Complete ~54:MOTOR PROTECTION AND CONTROL APPARATUS, SYSTEM, AND/OR METHOD ~71:CERUS INDUSTRIAL CORPORATION, 22995 NW Evergreen Pkwy, Hillsboro, 97124, Oregon , United States of America ~72: HOLCE, KENT JEFFREY;LEONARD, SCOTT E;PERRA, ANDRE PIERRE~ 33:US ~31:61/531,610 ~32:06/09/2011 2014/02494 ~ Complete ~54:STARTER APPARATUS, SYSTEM, AND/OR METHOD FOR A SEPARABLEWINDING MOTOR ~71:CERUS INDUSTRIAL CORPORATION, 22995 NW Evergreen Pkwy, Hillsboro, 97124, Oregon, United States of America ~72: HOLCE, KENT JEFFREY;LEONARD, SCOTT E;PERRA, ANDRE PIERRE~ 33:US ~31:61/531,610 ~32:06/09/2011 . - APPLIED ON 2014/04/07 -

2014/02506 ~ Complete ~54:AN ANCHOR DEVICE ~71:DU PLESSIS, Eckard, 266 Fakkel Street, Silverton, South Africa ~72: DU PLESSIS, Eckardt~ 33:ZA ~31:2013/02447 ~32:05/04/2013 2014/02512 ~ Complete ~54:BENZOTHIAZOL-6-YL ACETIC ACID DERIVATIVES AND THEIR USE FOR TREATING AN HIV INFECTION ~71:GILEAD SCIENCES, INC., 333 Lakeside Drive, United States of America ~72: BABAOGLU, Kerim;BRIZGYS, Gediminas;CHA, Jake;CHEN, Xiaowu;GUO, Hongyan;HALCOMB, Randall, L.;HAN, Xiaochun;HUANG, Richard;LIU, Hongtao;MCFADDEN, Ryan;MITCHELL, Michael, L.;QI, Yingmei;ROETHLE, Paul, A.;XU, Lianhong;YANG, Hong~ 33:US ~31:61/636,602 ~32:20/04/2012;33:US ~31:61/718,165 ~32:24/10/2012 2014/02504 ~ Provisional ~54:METHODS AND SYSTEMS FOR OBTAINING A PASSCODE FOR CONDUCTING A FINANCIAL TRANSACTION ~71:VISA INTERNATIONAL SERVICE ASSOCIATION, P.O. Box 8999San Francisco, United States of America ~72: HUXHAM, Horatio Nelson;MOSS, Tara Anne;O'REGAN, Alan Joseph;VAN WYK, Hough Arie~ 2014/02509 ~ Complete ~54:JET LOOP REACTOR HAVING NANOFILTRATION ~71:EVONIK DEGUSSA GMBH, RELLINGHAUSER STRASSE 1-11, 45128 ESSEN, GERMANY, Germany ~72: BECKER, Marc;FRANKE, Robert;FRIDAG, Dirk;HAMERS, Bart;PRISKE, Markus~ 33:DE ~31:10 2011 082 441.3 ~32:09/09/2011 2014/02508 ~ Complete ~54:PROCESS FOR THE ORGANOTEMPLATE-FREE SYNTHETIC PRODUCTION OF A ZEOLITIC MATERIAL USING RECYCLED MOTHER LIQUOR ~71:BASF SE, D-67056 LUDWIGSHAFEN, GERMANY, Germany ~72: HAAS, Mike;MLLER, Ulrich;PFAFF, Meike;XIAO, Feng-Shou;YILMAZ, Bilge;ZKIRIM, Faruk~ 33:CN ~31:PCT/CN2011/079502 ~32:09/09/2011 2014/02510 ~ Complete ~54:PHARMACEUTICAL NANOSUSPENSION ~71:UNIVERSITEIT GENT, St. Pietersnieuwstraat 25, Belgium ~72: REMON, Jean Paul;VERVAET, Chris~ 33:EP ~31:11185803.1 ~32:19/10/2011 2014/02511 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD FOR TRANSMITTING AND RECEIVING AUDIOVISUAL CONTENT ~71:MOTIVE TELEVISION, S.L., Avenida Diagonal 177, 1., Spain ~72: AGUILAR FARGAS, Joan;COMBE, Anthony;TEJA, Puneet Kamal Singh~ 33:ES ~31:P201131860 ~32:18/11/2011

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2014/02505 ~ Complete ~54:A DRIVE FOR AN ULTRA-HIGH-ENERGY PULSATORY-ROTARY MILL ~71:Politechnika Krakowska im., Tadeusz Kociuszki, ul. Warszawska 24, Poland ~72: Jerzy KRYZA;Krystyna Wieczorek CIUROWA;Maciej MOSZUMASKI;Piotr DULIAN;Ryszard MOSZUMASKI;Sawomir KNAPIK;Teodora SIKORA~ 33:PL ~31:P406540 ~32:16/12/2013 2014/02517 ~ Complete ~54:AEROSOL GENERATING SYSTEM WITH IMPROVED AEROSOL PRODUCTION ~71:PHILIP MORRIS PRODUCTS S.A., Quai Jeanrenaud 3, CH-2000 Neuchatel, Switzerland ~72: FLICK, JEANMARC~ 33:EP ~31:11250875.9 ~32:27/10/2011 2014/02526 ~ Complete ~54:SEED TREATMENT METHODS AND COMPOSITIONS ~71:NOVOZYMES BioAG A/S, Krogshoejvej 36, Denmark ~72: HABIB AHSAN;KOSANKE JOHN;SMITH R STEWART~ 33:US ~31:61/532 234 ~32:08/09/2011;33:US ~31:61/568 435 ~32:08/12/2011 2014/02524 ~ Complete ~54:IMPROVED OFFSHORE MARINE ANCHOR ~71:BRUPAT LIMITED, Anchor HouseBallafletcher RoadCronkbourneISLE OF MAN, United Kingdom ~72: BRUCE PETER~ 33:DE ~31:1117570.0 ~32:12/10/2011 2014/02528 ~ Complete ~54:ANTAGONISTS OF PRODUCTS OF THE HS.459642 UNIGENE CLUSTER FOR THE INHIBITION OF PROLIFERATION, DEVELOPMENT OR DIFFERENTIATION OF STEM CELLS INCLUDING CANCER STEM CELLS ~71:TAU THERAPEUTICS LLC, 600 East Water StreetSuite E, United States of America ~72: GRAY LLOYDS~ 33:US ~31:61/533 545 ~32:12/09/2011 2014/02516 ~ Complete ~54:AN ELECTRICALLY OPERATED AEROSOL GENERATING SYSTEM HAVING AEROSOL PRODUCTION CONTROL ~71:PHILIP MORRIS PRODUCTS S.A., Quai Jeanrenaud 3, CH-2000 Neuchatel, Switzerland ~72: FLICK, JEAN-MARC~ 33:EP ~31:11250874.2 ~32:27/10/2011 2014/02518 ~ Complete ~54:A THERMALLY STABLE NANO-CATALYST ~71:UNIVERSITY OF THE WITWATERSRAND, JOHANNESBURG, 1 Jan Smuts Avenue, South Africa ~72: BARRET, DEAN HOWARD;FRANKLYN, PAUL JOHN~ 33:ZA ~31:2011/06802 ~32:19/09/2011 2014/02522 ~ Complete ~54:SANDWICH STRUCTURE UNIT FOR SOLAR COLLECTOR MIRRORS ~71:CARBONA COMPOSITES AB, Staffanstorppsvagen 121, S-232 61, Arlov, Sweden ~72: BLOMBERG, TOBIAS~ 33:SE ~31:1150929-6 ~32:07/10/2011 2014/02513 ~ Provisional ~54:CALL FOR CASH ~71:JOHAN WILHELM ANDREAS LANDSMAN, 06 Rooipeper StreetThe Ridge, South Africa ~72: JOHAN WILHELM ANDREAS LANDSMAN~ 2014/02520 ~ Complete ~54:APPARATUS FOR MINIMIZING BYPASS IN AMMONIA OXIDATION BURNERS ~71:THYSSENKRUPP INDUSTRIAL SOLUTIONS GMBH, Graf-Galen-Strasse 17, 59269, Beckum, Germany ~72: FUCHS, JURGEN~ 33:DE ~31:10 2011 112 781.3 ~32:09/09/2011 2014/02529 ~ Complete ~54:TRANSMISSION RATE CONTROL METHOD, MOBILITY MANAGEMENT ENTITY, AND COMMUNICATION SYSTEM ~71:HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD, Huawei Administration BuildingBantianLonggang Shenzhen, People's Republic of China ~72: HUANG QUFANG;ZENG QINGHAI~ 33:CN ~31:201110311424.6 ~32:14/10/2011 2014/02521 ~ Complete ~54:APPARATUS FOR MINIMIZING BYPASS IN AMMONIA OXIDATION BURNERS OF INDUSTRIAL PLANTS WITH BURNER DIAMETERS OF 2-7 M IN NATURAL - OR FORCED-CIRCULATION BOILERS ~71:THYSSENKRUPP INDUSTRIAL SOLUTIONS GMBH, Graf-Galen-Strasse 17, 59269, Beckum, Germany ~72: FUCHS, JURGEN~ 33:DE ~31:10 2011 112 782.1 ~32:09/09/2011

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2014/02525 ~ Complete ~54:ASSEMBLY FOR KYPHOPLASTY PROCEDURES ~71:O .P.A. MEDICAL S.R.L., Largo Gaetano La Loggia, Italy ~72: PIRAS ANGELO~ 33:IT ~31:RM2011A000479 ~32:09/09/2011 2014/02527 ~ Complete ~54:USE OF LIPOCHITO-OLIGOSACCHARIDES AND/OR CHITO OLIGOSACCHARIDES IN COMBINATION WITH PHOSPHATE-SOLUBILIZING MICROORGANISMS TO ENHANCE PLANT GROWTH ~71:NOVOZYMES BioAG A/S, Krogshoejvej 36, Denmark ~72: FRODYMA MICHAEL;KANG YAOWEI;SEMONES SHAWN;SMITH R STEWART~ 33:US ~31:61/534 639 ~32:14/09/2011 2014/02514 ~ Provisional ~54:MOUNTING ARRANGEMENT FOR A ROCK DRILL ~71:HYDRO POWER EQUIPMENT (PTY) LTD, 19 Precision Street, Kya Sand, South Africa ~72: BUHRMANN, RUDOLPH~ 2014/02515 ~ Complete ~54:WHEEL GENERATED SPRAY MIST SUPPRESSING EQUIPMENT ~71:SMIT, HENDRIK PETRUS, 10 Diaz Street, Morgan Ridge, South Africa ~72: SMIT, HENDRIK PETRUS~ 33:ZA ~31:2011/04203 ~32:07/06/2011 2014/02519 ~ Complete ~54:IMPROVING PROPERTIES OF PAPER MATERIALS ~71:NOVOZYMES A/S, Krogshoejvej 36, DK-2880, Bagsvaerd, Denmark ~72: CASSLAND, PIERRE;LUND, HENRIK;XU, HUI~ 33:US ~31:61/532,917 ~32:09/09/2011 . - APPLIED ON 2014/04/08 -

2014/02533 ~ Complete ~54:THE ENERGY DEVICE ~71:NANIK TIRATH, Mulchandani, UTG & Company, Hansraj Pragji Building,Dr., E Moses Road, Worli , India ~72: NANIK TIRATH, Mulchandani~ 33:IN ~31:2793/MUM/2011 ~32:30/09/2011 2014/02532 ~ Complete ~54:A PROPULSION ARRANGEMENT ~71:BUGUMA, Michael, Daniel, NO. 2 ORABI COURT, GWAMILE STREET, MBABANE, SWAZILAND, Swaziland ~72: BUGUMA, Michael, Daniel~ 2014/02534 ~ Complete ~54:METHODS FOR TREATING HCV ~71:GILEAD PHARMASSET LLC, 333 Lakeside Drive, United States of America ~72: DELANEY, IV, William E.;LINK, John O.;OLDACH, David W.;RAY, Adrian S.;WATKINS, William J.;~ 33:US ~31:61/535,885 ~32:16/09/2011;33:US ~31:61/561,753 ~32:18/11/2011 2014/02530 ~ Provisional ~54:TOILET PEDESTAL INSERT ~71:ENVIROSAN CC, Unit 3, 7 Umdoni Crescent, Mahogany Ridge, South Africa ~72: LEWIS, Brian Thomas~ 2014/02531 ~ Provisional ~54:WASTE PIPE ~71:ENVIROSAN CC, Unit 3, Umdoni Crescent, Mahogany Ridge, South Africa ~72: LEWIS, Brian Thomas~ 2014/02850 ~ Provisional ~54:THE NAME GAME ~71:JAGAOEESAN PILLAY, 26 Green Haven, 7 Gazelle Road, South Africa ~72: JAGAOEESAN PILLAY~ 2014/02538 ~ Provisional ~54:SOUTHERN JUMP! ~71:ABEL ORIEL MOTHIBI, 11306 Enoch Moshashe Street, Bloemanda, South Africa ~72: ABEL ORIEL MOTHIBI~ 2014/02539 ~ Provisional ~54:MULTI PURPOSE WHEELBARROW ~71:CARL COETZEE NORTJE, PO Box 1370Por 6, Hartebeesfontein, Zonkolal Road, South Africa ~72: CALR COETZEW NORTJE~ 2014/02543 ~ Complete ~54:FLUOROCHEMICAL COMPOSITION AND USE THEREOF ~71:CLARIANT INTERNATIONAL LTD, Rothasstrasse 61, CH-4132 Muttenz, Switzerland ~72: JONCKHEREE, ERIC;MABIRE, FREDERIC;NUSSER, RAINER;TANG, QIAN~ 33:EP ~31:11010033.6 ~32:21/12/2011

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2014/02549 ~ Complete ~54:HETEROCYCLIC COMPOUNDS AND USE THEREOF AS MODULATORS OF TYPE III RECEPTOR TYROSINE KINASES ~71:AMBIT BIOSCIENCES CORPORATION, 4215 Sorrento Valley Boulevard, San Diego, 92121, California, United States of America ~72: HADD, MICHAEL J;HOCKER, MICHAEL D;HOLLADAY, MARK W;LIU, GANG;ROWBOTTOM, MARTIN W;XU, SHIMIN~ 33:US ~31:61/547,637 ~32:14/10/2011;33:US ~31:61/638,990 ~32:26/04/2012 2014/02556 ~ Complete ~54:8- CARBAMOYL- 2 - (2,3- DI SUBSTITUTED PYRID - 6 -YL) - 1,2,3,4TETRAHYDROISOQUINOLINE DERIVATIVES AS APOPTOSIS- INDUCING AGENTS FOR THE TREATMENT OF CANCER AND IMMUNE AND AUTOIMMUNE DISEASES ~71:AbbVie Inc., 1 North Waukegan Road, North Chicago 60064, IL, United States of America ~72: BRUNKO, MILAN;DOHERTY, GEORGE;FREY, ROBIN;HANSEN, TODD M.;JUDD, ANDREW;KUNZER, AARON R.;SONG, XIAHONG;SOUERS, ANDREW;SULLIVAN, GERARD M.;TAO, ZHI-FU;WANG, LE;WANG, XILU;WENDT, MICHAEL D.~ 33:US ~31:61/547,162 ~32:14/10/2011;33:CN ~31:2012/079012 ~32:23/07/2012 2014/02560 ~ Complete ~54:COMBINES FIELD ASSISTED SINTERING TECHNIQUES AND HTHP SINTERING TECHNIQUES FOR FORMING POLYCRYSTALLINE DIAMOND COMPACTS AND EARTH-BORING TOOLS, AND SINTERING SYSTEMS FOR PERFORMING SUCH METHODS ~71:BAKER HUGHES INCORPORATED, P.O BOX 4740, Houston 77210-4740, Tx, United States of America ~72: DIGIOVANNI, ANTHONY A.;KADIOGLU, YAVUZ;SCOTT, DAN E.~ 33:US ~31:61/545,272 ~32:10/10/2011 2014/02553 ~ Complete ~54:VACCINES FOR HUMAN PAPILLOMA VIRUS AND METHODS FOR USING THE SAME ~71:THE TRUSTEES OF THE UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA, 3160 Chestnut Street, Suite 200, Philadelphia 19104-6283, PA, United States of America ~72: WEINER, DAVID B.;YAN, JIAN~ 2014/02554 ~ Complete ~54:ROTATABLE JOINT ~71:MANULI RUBBER INDUSTRIES S.P.A, Via Paleocapa, 7, Milano I-20121, Italy ~72: BECHIS, LUCA;SEGHI, PAOLO~ 33:EP ~31:11186234.8 ~32:21/10/2011 2014/02536 ~ Provisional ~54:ACTIVE HERBAL COSMETIC & PHARMACEUTICALS ~71:ABDOOL HAMID MUHAMMAD, 26 1st Avenue, South Africa ~72: ABDOOL HAMID MUHAMMAD~ 2014/02546 ~ Complete ~54:NEW THERAPY FOR TRANSTHYRETIN-ASSOCIATED AMYLOIDOSIS ~71:SOM INNOVATION BIOTECH, S.L., Baldiri Reixac, 4, E-08028, Barcelona, Spain ~72: CENTELLAS CASADO, MARC;GAVALDA BATALLA, NURIA;INSA BORONAT, RAUL;REIG BOLANO, NURIA~ 33:EP ~31:11382326.4 ~32:24/10/2011 2014/02555 ~ Complete ~54:APOPTOSIS-INDUCING AGENTS FOR THE TREATMENT OF CANCER AND IMMUNE AND AUTOIMMUNE DISEASES ~71:AbbVie Inc., 1 North Waukegan Road, North Chigago 60064, IL, United States of America ~72: BRUNKO, MILAN;DOHERTY, GEORGE;FREY, ROBIN;HANSEN TODD M.;JUDD, ANDREW;KUNZER, AARON R.;SONG, XIAOHONG;SOUERS, ANDREW;SULLIVAN, GERARD M.;TAO, ZHIFU;WANG, LE;WANG, XILU;WENDT, MICHAEL D.~ 33:US ~31:61/547,165 ~32:14/10/2011;33:CN ~31:2012/078372 ~32:09/07/2012 2014/02540 ~ Complete ~54:METAL-ASSISTED AND MICROWAVE- ACCELERATED EVAPORATIVE CRYSTALLIZATION ~71:MORGAN STATE UNIVERSITY, 1700 E. Cold Spring Lane, Baltimore, Maryland 21251, United States of America ~72: ASLAN, KADIR~ 33:US ~31:61/545,808 ~32:11/10/2011 2014/02542 ~ Complete ~54:GRAFT CALIPER MARKING DEVICE ~71:SMITH & NEPHEW, INC, 1450 Brooks Road, Memhpis, TN 38116, United States of America ~72: BROWN, CHAERLES H., Jr.;DAVIS, WILLIAM, R.;FERRAGAMO, MICHAEL, C.~ 33:US ~31:13/270,967 ~32:11/10/2011

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2014/02550 ~ Complete ~54:PESTICIDAL COMPOSITIONS AND PROCESSES RELATED THERETO ~71:DOW AGROSCIENCES LLC, 9330 Zionsville Road, Indianapolis, 46268, Indiana, United States of America ~72: BUYSSE, ANN M;GARIZI, NEGAR;HUNTER, RICKY;KNUEPPEL, DANIEL;LOWE, CHRISTIAN T;NIYAZ, NOORMOHAMED M;TRULLINGER, TONY K;ZHANG, YU~ 33:US ~31:61/551,575 ~32:26/10/2011 2014/02557 ~ Complete ~54:ROTARY KNIFE FIXTURE FOR CUTTING SPIRAL, TEXTURED POTATO PIECES ~71:J.R. SIMPLOT COMPANY , One Capital Center, 999 Main Street, Suite 1300, Boise 83702, ID, United States of America ~72: NEEL, ALLEN J.;WALKER, DAVID BRUCE~ 33:US ~31:61/546,035 ~32:11/10/2011;33:US ~31:13/647,319 ~32:08/10/2012;33:US ~31:61/661,278 ~32:18/10/2012 2014/02535 ~ Provisional ~54:VERSATILE CELLPHONE CONTROLLED SWITCH FOR CARS ~71:M. ANDRIES TSHIPE, 206 Tladi Babina Phuti Street, South Africa ~72: M. ANDRIES TSHIPE~ 2014/02537 ~ Provisional ~54:LAWN WEEDER ~71:DEREK BERNARD RADUE, Postnet 1462Private Bag X9013, South Africa;GIEL BERDUS KRUGER, Postnet 1462Private Bag X9013, South Africa ~72: DEREK BERNARD RADUE;GIEL BERDUS KRUGER~ 2014/02541 ~ Complete ~54:AEROSOL GENERATING DEVICE WITH HEATER ASSEMBLY ~71:PHILIP MORRIS PRODUCTS S.A., Quai JEanrenaud 3, CH-2000 Neuchatel, Switzerland ~72: GREIM, OLIVIER;PLOJOUX, JULIEN;RUSCIO, DANI~ 33:EP ~31:11250870.0 ~32:25/10/2011 2014/02548 ~ Complete ~54:A METHOD AND DEVICE FOR BLOWING OFF GASEOUS CONTAMINANTS FROM CRUDE WATER IN THE PRODUCTION OF DRINKING WATER ~71:MICRODROP AQUA APS, C/O Hans Andrias Dam, Rektaragota 10, 100 Torshavn, DK-Ffaerorne, Denmark ~72: A DALBO, SUNI;BECK, IDAR;GULDAGER, ANDREAS;JENSEN, KARSTEN E;LEBECH, FINN;SVEJGAARD, PEDER GODSK~ 33:DK ~31:PA 2011 00733 ~32:23/09/2011 2014/02544 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR UNIFICATION OF COEFFICIENT SCAN OF 8X8 TRANSFORM UNITS IN HEVC ~71:MEDIATEK INC., No. 1 Dusing Rd 1st, SCience-Based Industrial Park, Hsin-Chu, Taiwan, People's Republic of China ~72: CHUANG, TZU-DER;HSU, CHIH-WEI;HUANG, YU-WEN~ 33:US ~31:61/586,248 ~32:13/01/2012 2014/02551 ~ Complete ~54:PESTICIDAL COMPOSITIONS AND PROCESSES RELATED THERETO ~71:DOW AGROSCIENCES LLC, 9330 Zionsville Road, Indianapolis, 46268, Indiana, United States of America ~72: BUYSSE, ANN M;DEMETER, DAVID A;GARIZI, NEGAR;HUNTER, RICKY;JOHNSON, TOMOTHY C;KNUEPPEL, DANIEL;KUBOTA, ASAKO;LEPLAE, PAUL RENEE;LOWE, CHRISTIAN T;NIYAZ, NOORMOHAMED M;PERNICH, DAN;TRULLINGER, TONY K;ZHANG, YU~ 33:US ~31:61/551,585 ~32:26/10/2011 2014/02561 ~ Complete ~54:BENZONITRILE DERIVATIVES AS KINASE INHIBITORS ~71:MERCK PATENT GMBH, Frankfurter Strasse 250, Darmstadt 64293, Germany ~72: DORSCH, DIETER;EGGENWEILER, HANSMICHAEL;HOELZEMANN, GUENTER~ 33:DE ~31:10 2011 112 978.6 ~32:09/09/2011 2014/02547 ~ Complete ~54:MODIFIED NUCLEOSIDES, NUCLEOTIDES, AND NUCLEIC ACIDS, AND USES THEREOF ~71:MORDENA THERAPEUTICS, INC, 200 Technology Square, Cambridge, 02139, Massachussetts, United States of America ~72: BANCEL, STEPHANE;DE FOUGEROLLES, ANTONIN;HATALA, PAUL;ROY, ATANU;SCHRUM, JASON P;SIDDIQI, SUHAIB~ 33:US ~31:61/542,533 ~32:03/10/2011 2014/02558 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD OF PRODUCING A PLATE-LIKE CONSTRUCTION WITH A DOUBLEWALL STRUCTURE ~71:UPONOR INFRA OY, Ayritie 20, Vantaa FI-01510, Finland ~72: BLOMQVIST, GUNNAR;SILLANPAA, ARI;SODERGARD, HENRY;TAYLOR, TED~ 33:FI ~31:20116026 ~32:17/10/2011

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2014/02545 ~ Complete ~54:AXLE ADJUSTMENT FOR AXLES OF UTILITY DEVICES ~71:SAF-HOLLAND GMBH, Hauptstrabe 26, D-63856, Bassenbach, Germany ~72: KHOURY, JEAN~ 33:DE ~31:102011084198.9 ~32:10/10/2011 2014/02559 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD OF OPERATING REGENERATIVE HEATERS IN BLAST FURNACE PLANT ~71:PAUL WURTH REFRACTORY & ENGINEERING GMBH, Peter-Sander-Strasse 32, Mainz-Kastel 55252, Germany;PAUL WURTH S.A., 32, rue d'Alsace, Luxembourg L-1122, Luxembourg ~72: ALLMANNSDORFER, RALF;ESCHMANN, FRIEDRICH;HEILHECKER, SYLVIA;MUNZER, JOHANNES;SIMOES, JEAN-PAUL~ 33:EP ~31:11185842.9 ~32:19/10/2011 2014/02552 ~ Complete ~54:ANTI-VIRAL AZIDE-CONTAINING COMPOUNDS ~71:LIFE TECHNOLOGIES CORPORATION, 5791 Van Allen Way, Carlsbad, CA 92008, United States of America ~72: AGNEW, BRIAN;GRAHAM, DAVID;GRECIAN, SCOTT;SINGH, UPINDER~ 33:US ~31:61/368,565 ~32:28/07/2010 . - APPLIED ON 2014/04/09 -

2014/02572 ~ Provisional ~54:MOBILE HANDWASHER ~71:EBUKHOSINI PROPERTIES 777 PTY LTD, 255 Lipton Road, South Africa ~72: SIBUSISO S. VILAKAZI~ 2014/02609 ~ Provisional ~54:A SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR MANAGING THE PROCESSING OF A MEDICAL CLAIM ~71:SAMCAR TRUST , 43 Graaff Avenue ~Milnerton ~7441~WESTERN CAPE, South Africa ~72: BERGER,SAMUEL~ 2014/02566 ~ Complete ~54:NUT SENSING DEVICE ~71:SAFETYTRIM WORLDWIDE HOLDINGS LTD, BOSTON HOUSE, 69 BOSTON MANOR ROAD, BRENTFORD, MIDDLESEX, TW8 9JJ, UNITED KINGDOM, United Kingdom ~72: DOONER, Nicholas, Charles~ 33:AU ~31:2011235942 ~32:11/10/2011;33:US ~31:61/561,639 ~32:18/11/2011 2014/02565 ~ Complete ~54:ENCAPSULATED SWEETENER COMPOSITION, METHOD FOR THE PREPARATION THEREOF, AND CHEWING GUM COMPRISING SAME ~71:INTERCONTINENTAL GREAT BRANDS LLC, 100 DEFOREST AVENUE, EAST HANOVER, NEW JERSEY 07936, USA, United States of America ~72: ANASTASIOU, Theodore, James;BOGHANI, Navroz;GEBRESELASSIE, Petros;GUAN, Junjie;HINTZ, Tana;VYAKARANAM, Kiran~ 33:US ~31:61/545,842 ~32:11/10/2011 2014/02567 ~ Complete ~54:NOVEL CATALYST TO INCREASE PROPYLENE YIELDS FROM A FLUID CATALYTIC CRACKING UNIT ~71:BASF CORPORATION, 100 PARK AVENUE, FLORHAM PARK, NJ 07932, USA, United States of America ~72: HARRIS, David, H.~ 33:US ~31:13/231,522 ~32:13/09/2011 2014/02568 ~ Complete ~54:BROADLY NEUTRALIZING VHH AGAINST HIV-1 ~71:UCL BUSINESS PLC, The Network Building, 97 Tottenham Court Road, United Kingdom;UNIVERSITEIT UTRECHT HOLDING B.V., Yalelaan 40, Netherlands ~72: MCCOY, Laura Ellen Fleet;RUTTEN, Lucy;STROKAPPE, Nika Mindy;VERRIPS, Cornelis Theodorus;WEBB, Benjamin Lucian John;WEISS, Robert Anthony~ 33:EP ~31:11180823.4 ~32:09/09/2011 2014/02562 ~ Provisional ~54:CIRCUMCISION DEVICE ~71:VENIOSAT (PTY) LTD, 9TH FLOOR74 SHORTMARKET STREET, South Africa ~72: HENDRIK JAKOBUS VAN WYK~ 2014/02569 ~ Complete ~54:HIGHLY SAFE CONTROL MECHANISM FOR A DEVICE FOR THE SEALED TRANSFER BETWEEN TWO CLOSED SPACES ~71:GETINGE LA CALHENE, 1 rue du Comt de Donegal, France ~72: CHAVROT, Bernard~ 33:FR ~31:11 59327 ~32:14/10/2011

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2014/02563 ~ Provisional ~54:A SEALING ARRANGEMENT ~71:LEIGH, Stephen, Andrew, 709 SANDLEFORD CLOSE, DAINFERN, 2055, South Africa ~72: LEIGH, Stephen, Andrew~ 2014/02570 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD FOR CONTROLLING THE PLANTING OF OLIVE TREES FOR THE CONTINUOUS MECHANICAL HARVESTING OF THE OLIVES ~71:LLENC (Socit Anonyme), Route de Cavaillon Quartier Notre Dame, France ~72: Christian ROLLAND;Roger PELLENC~ 33:FR ~31:11/04095 ~32:23/12/2011 2014/02564 ~ Provisional ~54:CABLE ARRANGEMENT ~71:Ron STOCKDALE, 67 Winton Crescent, South Africa ~72: Ron STOCKDALE~ 2014/02594 ~ Complete ~54:A CUTTING ELEMENT AND A METHOD OF MANUFACTURING A CUTTING ELEMENT ~71:SMITH INTERNATIONAL, INC., 1310 Rankin Road, Houston, Texas 77073, United States of America ~72: BELNAP, J. DANIEL;CORBETT, LOEL G.~ 33:US ~31:61/117,456 ~32:24/11/2008 2014/02595 ~ Complete ~54:PLAYBACK DEVICE, PLAYBACK METHOD, AND PROGRAM ~71:SONY CORPORATION, 1-7-1, Konan, Tokyo 108-0075, Minato-Ku, Japan ~72: KITAZATO, NAOHISA~ 33:US ~31:51/554,141 ~32:01/11/2011 2014/02574 ~ Provisional ~54:XPAND-A-BELT ~71:JAMES JOSEPH KIDO, 56 MUNNIK STSTELPARK, South Africa ~72: JAMES JOSEPH KIDO~ 2014/02577 ~ Complete ~54:ABSORBENT ARTICLE WITH DUAL CORE ~71:THE PROCTER & GAMBLE COMPANY , One Procter 7 Gamble Plaza CincinattiOhio 45202, United States of America ~72: AGAMI,SION;LAVASH,BRUCE,WILLIAM;ROBLES,MIGUEL,ALVARO~ 33:US ~31:61/557,723 ~32:09/11/2011 2014/02582 ~ Complete ~54:WING SHAPED BEVERAGE CAN PULL TAB ~71:SCHORRE ,CHRISTOPHER, 717 Brownlee CircleAustin78703Texas, United States of America ~72: SCHORRE,CHRISTOPHER~ 33:US ~31:13/305,097 ~32:28/11/2011 2014/02584 ~ Complete ~54:AEROSOL DISPENSER ~71:UNILEVER PLC, Unilever House100 Victoria Embankment, United Kingdom ~72: BETTS KASSIE TERRA-LYNN;BILTON SIMON LEWIS;CAROEN ADRIAN BARCLAY;JONES CHRISTOPHER JOHN;KOUYOUMJIAN GAREN~ 33:EP ~31:11188487.0 ~32:09/11/2011 2014/02608 ~ Provisional ~54:A SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR PROCESSING A CLAIM ~71:SAMCAR TRUST, 43 Graaff Avenue ~Milnerton ~7441~WESTERN CAPE, South Africa ~72: BERGER SAMUEL~ 2014/02589 ~ Complete ~54:A FLOATING OFFSHORE FACILITY AND A METHOD FOR DRILLING A WELL ~71:TOTAL SA, 2 Place Jean Miller La Defense 6F-92400Courbevoie, France ~72: LABRUGERE,PHILIPPE~ 33:US ~31:61/548,339 ~32:18/10/2011 2014/02592 ~ Complete ~54:SUBSTITUTED PYRAZOLE ANALOGUES AS RAR ANTAGONISTS ~71:ELI LILLY AND COMPANY , Lilly Corporate center INDIANAPOLIS 46285IN, United States of America ~72: BLEISCH,THOMAS JOHN;COATES,DAVID ANDREW;HUGHES,NORMAN EARLE;JONES,SCOTT ALAN;NORMAN,BRYAN HURST~ 33:US ~31:61/553,597 ~32:31/10/2011 2014/02599 ~ Complete ~54:RADIAL CUTTER BIT WITH CUTTING INSERT HAVING EDGE PREPARATION ~71:KENNAMETAL INC., 1600 Technology Way,P.O. Box 231, Latrobe, PA, United States of America ~72: GEORGE, STEPHEN M.;PAROS, NOCHOLAS J.;ROWLETT, DON C.;SHEFFLER, GLENN W.~ 33:US ~31:13/871,012 ~32:26/04/2013

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2014/02600 ~ Complete ~54:ROTARY DRILL BIT WITH CUTTING INSERT HAVING EDGE PREPARATION ~71:KENNAMETAL INC., 1600 Technology Way, P.O. Box 231, Latrobe 15650, PA, United States of America ~72: GEORGE, STEPHEN M.;PAROS, NICHOLAS J.;ROWLETT, DON C.;SHEFFLER, GLENN W.~ 33:US ~31:13/871,006 ~32:26/04/2013 2014/02606 ~ Complete ~54:GAS DIFFUSION SUBSTRATE ~71:JOHNSON MATTHEY FUEL CELLS LIMITED, 5th Floor, 25 Farringdon Street, London EC4A 4AB, United Kingdom;TECHNICAL FIBRE PRODUCTS LIMITED, Burneside Mills Kendal Cumbria LA9 6PZ, United Kingdom ~72: FISHER, ROSEMARY;HARKNESS, IAN ROY;JESCHKE, MICHAEL;SHARMAN, JONATHAN DAVID BRERETON~ 33:GB ~31:1118020.5 ~32:19/10/2011 2014/02591 ~ Complete ~54:PROCESS FOR THE PREPARATION OF HIGHER ALCOHOLS ~71:HALDOR TOPSOE A/S , Nymollevej 55DK-2800 KGSLyngby, Denmark ~72: WIX,CHRISTIAN~ 33:DK ~31:PA 2011 00904 ~32:18/11/2011;33:DK ~31:PA 2012 00082 ~32:30/01/2012 2014/02593 ~ Provisional ~54:IMMORTAL SCOOP CIRCLIP ~71:TYRON WALTERS, 8 Ravenswood Manor Asquith StreetRavenswood, South Africa ~72: TYRON WALTERS~ 2014/02586 ~ Complete ~54:CD44 MONOCLONAL ANTIBODY FOR THE TREATMENT OF B-CELL CHRONIC LYMPHOCYTIC LEUKEMIA AND OTHER HEMATOLOGICAL MALIGNANCIES ~71:THE REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, 1111 Franklin Street12th FloorOakland, United States of America ~72: KIPPS THOMAS J;WU CRISTINA C;ZHANG SUPING~ 33:US ~31:61/551 852 ~32:26/10/2011 2014/02573 ~ Provisional ~54:SYNTHETIC OPTION EQUITY HEDGE RISKLESS PRINCIPAL UNLIMITED MARGIN PROPRIETARY TRADES ~71:LOURI LEMMER , 388 ARIES STREETWATERKLOOF RIDGE , South Africa ~72: LOURI LEMMER~ 2014/02579 ~ Complete ~54:PROCESS FOR PREPARING QUINOLINE DERIVATIVES ~71:EXELIXIS,INC , 210 East Grand Avenue South San FranciscoCA 94080, United States of America ~72: ANDERSEN,NEIL G.;NAGANATHAN,SRIRAM;PFEIFFER,MATTHEW;WILSON,JO,ANN~ 33:US ~31:61/549,312 ~32:20/10/2011 2014/02581 ~ Complete ~54:PTEROSTILBENE AND STATIN COMBINATION FOR TREATMENT OF MATABOLIC DISEASE CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE,AND INFLAMMATION ~71:CHROMADEX INC., 10005 MuirlandsSuite gIrvine 92618California , United States of America ~72: BARTOS,JEREMY~ 33:US ~31:61/535,143 ~32:15/09/2011;33:US ~31:13/616,567 ~32:14/09/2012 2014/02580 ~ Complete ~54:GAMING DEVICES AND METHODS OF OPERATING THEM ~71:NOVOMATIC AG, Wiener Strasse 158A-2352Gumpoldskirchen, Austria ~72: DINNING,ANDY;WATTS,RON~ 33:GB ~31:1116561.0 ~32:26/09/2011 2014/02583 ~ Complete ~54:ACTUATOR CAP FOR A FLUID DISPENSER ~71:UNILEVER PLC, Unilever House100 Victoria Embankment, South Africa ~72: BETTS KASSIE TERRA-LYNN;BILTON SIMON LEWIS;CAROEN ADRIAN BARCLAY;JONES CHRISTOPHER JOHN;KOUYOUMJIAN GAREN~ 33:EP ~31:11188487.0 ~32:09/11/2011;33:EP ~31:11188488.8 ~32:09/11/2011;33:EP ~31:11188489.6 ~32:09/11/2011;33:EP ~31:11188491.2 ~32:09/11/2011;33:EP ~31:11195105.9 ~32:22/12/2011 2014/02585 ~ Complete ~54:HANDLING AND CONFINEMENT HOOD, APPLICATION TO HANDLING HOLDERS OF SAMPLES OF NUCLEAR MATERIALS SUCH AS NUCLEAR FUELS ~71:COMMISSARIAT A L'ENERGIE ATOMIQUE ET AUX ENERGIES ALTERNATIVES, 25 Rue LeblancBatiment(Le Ponant D), France ~72: GAY SEBASTIEN;MOGNOT XAVIER~ 33:FR ~31:13 53162 ~32:09/04/2013

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2014/02587 ~ Complete ~54:A COMPOSITE INSULATING PANEL ~71:KINGSPAN HOLDINGS (IRL) LIMITED, Dublin RoadKingscourt County, Ireland ~72: CAROLAN JAMES;FLYNN GREGORY~ 33:IE ~31:2011/00444 ~32:30/09/2011;33:IE ~31:2012/00124 ~32:08/03/2012 2014/02590 ~ Complete ~54:HIGH STRENGTH HOT DIP GALVANISED STEEL STRIP ~71:TATA STEEL IJMUIDEN B.V., P O Box 10000NL-1970 CA Ijmuiden, Netherlands ~72: ENNIS,BERNARD LEO~ 33:EP ~31:11007431.7 ~32:13/09/2011 2014/02604 ~ Complete ~54:A CATALYST BED SYSTEM FOR AN ENDOTHERMIC CATALYTIC DEHYDROGENATION PROCESS AND AN ENDOTHERMIC DEHYDROGENATION PROCESS ~71:BOREALIS AG, Wagramerstrasse 17-19, A-1220 Wien, Austria ~72: MATHIVANAN, GUHAN;WEYNE, KRISTOF~ 33:EP ~31:11186322.1 ~32:24/10/2011 2014/02651 ~ Provisional ~54:APPARATUS FOR REDUCING TOXINS IN EMISSIONS FROM POWER STATIONS ~71:NORMAN THOMSON GILMOUR , 10 SAN JUAN AVENUE FIRGROVE CONSTRANTIA HILLS , South Africa ~72: NORMAN THOMSON GILMOUR~ 2014/02596 ~ Complete ~54:REMOTE OPERATION AND CONTROL SYSTEM FOR PRESSURE FILTER ~71:SHANDONG JINGJIN ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION EQUIPMENT Co., Ltd., Jinghua Road, Economic Development Zone, Dezhou 253034, Shandong, , People's Republic of China ~72: JIANG, GUITING;YAN, FENGQI~ 33:CN ~31:201210175313.1 ~32:31/05/2012 2014/02597 ~ Complete ~54:ROTARY DRILL BIT WITH CUTTING INSERT FOR ENGAGING EARTH STRATA ~71:KENNAMETAL INC., 1600 Technology Way, P.O Box 231, Latrobe 15650, PA, United States of America ~72: GEORGE, STEPHEN M.;PAROS, NICHOLAS J.~ 33:US ~31:13/871,002 ~32:26/04/2013 2014/02598 ~ Complete ~54:TWO PRONG ROTARY DRILL BIT WITH CUTTING INSERT HAVING EDGE PREPARATION ~71:KENNAMETAL, INC., 1600 Technology Way, P.O. Box 231, Latrobe 15650, PA, United States of America ~72: GEORGE, STEPHEN M.;PAROS, NICHOLAS J.;ROWLETT, DON C.;SHEFFLER, GLENN W.~ 33:US ~31:13/871,009 ~32:26/04/2013 2014/02601 ~ Complete ~54:PRODUCT DISPENSING SYSTEM WITH PWM CONTROLLED SOLENOID PUMP ~71:DEKA PRODUCTS LIMITED PARTERSHIP, 340 Commercial Street, Manchester, New Hampshire 031011129, United States of America ~72: BEAVIS, RUSSELL H.;PAWLOWSKI, DANIEL F.~ 33:US ~31:61/552,938 ~32:28/10/2011;33:US ~31:61/560,007 ~32:15/11/2011;33:US ~31:61/636,298 ~32:20/04/2012 2014/02602 ~ Complete ~54:IMPROVED METHOD FOR PRODUCTION OF F-18 LABELEB AB LIGANDS ~71:PIRAMAL IMAGING SA, Route de l'Ecole 13, Matran CH-1753, Switzerland ~72: GRAHAM, KEITH;MEIER, FRANZ~ 33:EP ~31:11075236.7 ~32:19/10/2011 2014/02603 ~ Complete ~54:ANTIBODY POLYPEPTIDES THAT ANTAGONIZE CD40L ~71:BRISTOL-MYERS SQUIBB COMPANY, Route 206 & Province Line Road, Princeton 08543, NJ, United States of America;DOMANTIS LIMITED, 980 Great West Road, BRentford, Middlesex, TW8 9GS, United Kingdom ~72: BRYSON, JAMES WILLIAM;DREW, PHILIP;GRANT, STEVEN;IGNATOVICH, OLGA;NADLER, STEVEN G.;PRICE, LAURA;REHFUSS, ROBERT P.;SUCHARD, SUZANNE J.;SURI, ANISH;TAMURA, JAMES K.;YAMNIUK, AARON~ 33:US ~31:61/546,800 ~32:13/10/2011;33:US ~31:61/655,110 ~32:04/06/2012 2014/02605 ~ Complete ~54:ION-CONDUCTING MEMBRANE ~71:JOHNSON MATTHEY FUEL CELLS LIMITED, 5th Floor, 25 Farringdon Street, London EC4A 4AB, United Kingdom ~72: O'malley, Rachel Louise;Permogorov, Nadia Michele;Petch, Michael Ian~ 33:GB ~31:1118288.8 ~32:24/10/2011

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2014/02578 ~ Provisional ~54:CONDOM ~71:MUTOMBO,LEONARD,TSHIMBALAY, 92 Bellairs Drive Woodland Garden ComplexUnit 275North Riding , South Africa ~72: MUTOMBO,LEONARD,TSHIMBALAY~ 2014/02588 ~ Complete ~54:ACTUATOR CAP FOR A FLUID DISPENSER ~71:UNILEVER PLC, Unilever House 100 Victoria Embankment London Greater London EC4Y 0DY, United Kingdom ~72: BETTS,KASSIE TERRA-LYNN;BILTON,SIMON LEWIS;CAROEN,ANRIAN BARCLAY;JONES,CHRISTOPHER JOHN;KOUYOUMJIAN,GAREN~ 33:EP ~31:11188489.6 ~32:09/11/2011 . - APPLIED ON 2014/04/10 -

2014/02610 ~ Complete ~54:LIVESTOCK TREATMENT METHOD AND APPARATUS ~71:R & M Butterworth Pty Ltd, 75-77 Wooralla Drive, Australia ~72: Richard John BUTTERWORTH~ 2014/02614 ~ Complete ~54:SEAT-BELT STRAP FOR A SEAT-BELT SYSTEM ~71:CARL STAHL GMBH & CO. KG, GURT - UND BANDWEBEREI, ANHAUSER STR. 7, 89542 HERBRECHTINGEN, GERMANY, Germany ~72: BRIELMANN, Roland;RENNER, Jrgen~ 33:DE ~31:10 2011 084 336.1 ~32:12/10/2011;33:DE ~31:20 2012 001 690.3 ~32:21/02/2012 2014/02612 ~ Complete ~54:DISK BRAKE OF A MOTOR VEHICLE AND BRAKE PAD ~71:KNORR-BREMSE SYSTEME FR NUTZFAHRZEUGE GMBH, MOOSACHER STRASSE 80, D-80809 MNCHEN, GERMANY, Germany ~72: IRASCHKO, Johann~ 33:EP ~31:11181212.9 ~32:14/09/2011 2014/02615 ~ Complete ~54:PREVENTION AND TREATMENT OF OCULAR CONDITIONS ~71:ASCENDIS PHARMA OPHTHALMOLOGY DIVISION A/S, TUBORG BOULEVARD 12, 2900 HELLERUP, DENMARK, Denmark ~72: KNAPPE, Thomas;LAUFER, Burkhardt;RAU, Harald;SPROGE, Kennett;VOIGT, Tobias;WEISBROD, Samuel~ 33:EP ~31:11184865.1 ~32:12/10/2011 2014/02613 ~ Complete ~54:DISK BRAKE FOR A MOTOR VEHICLE AND BRAKE LINING ~71:KNORRBREMSE SYSTEME FR NUTZFAHRZEUGE GMBH, MOOSACHER STRASSE 80, D-80809 MNCHEN, GERMANY, Germany ~72: IRASCHKO, Johann~ 33:EP ~31:11181212.9 ~32:14/09/2011 2014/02611 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD OF CONTROLLING PARASITIC WEEDS WITH MIXTURES COMPRISING HERBICIDAL ACETOLACTATE SYNTHASE INHIBITORS AND PLANT GROWTH REGULATORS ~71:BASF AGROCHEMICAL PRODUCTS B.V., GRONINGENSINGEL 1, 6835 EA ARNHEM, THE NETHERLANDS, Netherlands ~72: BREMER, Hagen;PFENNING, Matthias~ 33:EP ~31:11181041.2 ~32:13/09/2011 2014/02616 ~ Complete ~54:TABLETOP NAPKIN DISPENSER ~71:SCA HYGIENE PRODUCTS AB, S-405 03, Sweden ~72: JUSTIN SIEBEL;LEO GONZALES;RODNEY WILSON~ 33:EP ~31:PCT/EP2011/069116 ~32:31/10/2011 2014/02622 ~ Complete ~54:A METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR IMPLEMENTING A REWARDS PROGRAMME FOR A USER OF A FINANCIAL PAYMENT DEVICE ~71:DISCOVERY LIMITED, 155 West Street, South Africa ~72: HUTCHINSON-KEIP,ROBERT;SEGAL,DARREN~ 33:ZA ~31:2013/02603 ~32:11/04/2013 2014/02624 ~ Complete ~54:PROCESS FOR PREPARING BUPRENORPHINE ~71:JOHNSON MATTHEY PLC, 5th Floor 25 Farringdon StreetLondonEC4A 4AB, United Kingdom ~72: ARCHER,NICOLAS;AUGUST,DAVID;BEASE,MICHAEL;JAMIESON,BARBARA;MARMOR,ROBERT~ 33:US ~31:61/542,491 ~32:03/10/2011

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2014/02654 ~ Provisional ~54:A TAMPER EVIDENT PACKAGING ENVELOPE ~71:INTEGRITY CONTROL SYSTEMS (PTY) LTD, Meerzicht Business ParkMeerzicht North33 Kelly Road, South Africa ~72: COETZER, CLAUDIA;COETZER, TONY~ 2014/02623 ~ Complete ~54:INDAZOLE-3-CARBOXAMIDES AND THEIR USE AS WNT/B-CATENIN SIGNALING PATHWAY INHIBITORS ~71:SAMUMED,LLC , 9381 Judicial Drive Suite 160San Diego92121California , United States of America ~72: HOOD ,JOHN;KC,SUNIL KUMAR~ 33:US ~31:61/534,601 ~32:14/09/2011;33:US ~31:61/624,646 ~32:16/04/2012 2014/02632 ~ Complete ~54:CONSTRUCTION AND COMPOSITION OF PREFORMED CONTAINERS USED IN A HIGH-PRESSURE PRESS ~71:SMITH INTERNATIONAL INC., 1310 Rankin Rd, Houston, 77073, Texas, United States of America ~72: MIDDLEMISS, STEWART N~ 33:US ~31:61/551,621 ~32:26/10/2011;33:US ~31:13/657,792 ~32:22/10/2012 2014/02625 ~ Complete ~54:PROCESSES FOR MAKING COMPOUNDS USEFUL AS INHIBITORS OF ATR KINASE ~71:VERTEX PHARMACEUTICALS INCORPORATED , 50 Northern Avenue 15th Floor Boston02210Massachusetts, United States of America ~72: ANGELL,PAUL;CHARRIER,JEANDAMIEN;DURRANT,STEVEN JOHN;HUGHES,ROBERT MICHAEL;LITTLER,BENJAMIN JOSEPH;PIERARD,FRANCOISE YVONNE THEODORA MARIE;SHI,YI;SIESEL,DAVID ANDREW;STUDLEY,JOHN;URBINA,ARMANDO~ 33:US ~31:61/541,865 ~32:30/09/2011 2014/02631 ~ Complete ~54:COMPOSITIONS AND METHODS USEFUL FOR OIL EXTRACTION ~71:GREENSTRACT LLC, 1500 Main Street, Suite 2700, Springfield, 01115-5507, Massachusetts, United States of America ~72: REHAGE, PETER~ 33:US ~31:61/545,817 ~32:11/10/2011 2014/02634 ~ Complete ~54:EARTH BORING CUTTING INSERTS AND EARTH BORING BITS INCLUDING THE SAME ~71:KENNAMETAL INC, 1600 Technology WayLatrobe , United States of America ~72: COLLINS GABRIEL B;ESO OLADAPO O;JOHNSON JOHN L;MIRCHANDANI PRAKASH K;OAKES JAMES J~ 33:US ~31:13/286 355 ~32:01/11/2011 2014/02636 ~ Complete ~54:NEPRILYSIN INHIBITORS ~71:THERAVANCE INC, 901 Gateway Boulevard, United States of America ~72: FENSTER ERIK;FLEURY MELISSA;GENDRON ROLAND;HUGHES ADAM;MORAN EDMUND J~ 33:US ~31:61/554 625 ~32:02/11/2011 2014/02639 ~ Complete ~54:HERBAL EXTRACT FOR INHIBITING GROWTH OF TUMOR ~71:FONG WENGUANG, No.8 Yongkang RoadFenglin township, Taiwan, Province of China;LIAO CING-HUO, No.9 Shuiche RdFenglin Township, Taiwan, Province of China;TING MING-CHE, No. 126Sec.2 Guoji RdTAOYUAN COUNTRY, Taiwan, Province of China ~72: FONG WEN-GUANG~ 33:TW ~31:102112921 ~32:11/04/2013 2014/02626 ~ Complete ~54:COMPOUNDS USEFUL AS INHIBITORS OF ATR KINASE ~71:VERTEX PHARMACEUTICALS INCORPORATED , 50 Northern Avenue 15th Floor Boston02210Massachusetts, United States of America ~72: ANGELL,PAUL;BARDER,TIMOTHY;CHARRIER,JEAN-DAMIEN;DURRANT,STEVEN JOHN;HUGHES,ROBERT MICHAEL;LITTLER,BENJAMIN JOSEPH;LOCONTE,NICHOLAS;PIERARD,FRANCOISE YVONNE THERDORA MARIE;SIESEL,DAVID ANDREW;STORCK,PIERRE-HENRI;STUDLEY,JOHN;URBINA,ARMANDO;ZWICKKER,CARL~ 33:US ~31:61/541,861 ~32:30/09/2011;33:US ~31:61/554,174 ~32:01/11/2011;33:US ~31:61/620,698 ~32:05/04/2012 2014/02635 ~ Complete ~54:HUMANIZED IL-6 AND IL-6 RECEPTOR ~71:REGENERON PHARMACEUTICALS, INC, 777 Old Saw Mills River Road, United States of America ~72: DORE JR ANTHONY T;MURPHY ANDREW J;STEVENS SEAN;WANG LI-HSIEN~

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2014/02637 ~ Complete ~54:THERAPEUTIC COMBINATION FOR THE TREATMENT OF CANCER ~71:NERIUM BIOTECHNOLOGY INC, 11467 Huebner RoadSuite 175, United States of America ~72: KNOCKE DENNIS R;NESTER JOSEPH B;PAPASOTIRIOU IOANNIS~ 33:US ~31:61/549 386 ~32:20/10/2011 2014/02621 ~ Complete ~54:TIRE WITH MULTIPLE BEAD CORES AND LOCKING INSERT ~71:COMPAGNIE GENERALE DES ETBLISSEMENTS MICHELIN, 12Cours SablonFR-63000Clermont-Ferrand, France;MICHELIN RECHERCHE ET TECHNIQUE S.A., Route Louis Braille 10CH-1763 Granges-Paccot, Switzerland ~72: DEVINCENTIS,ROBERT,A.;LANDIS,MICHAEL,K.~ 2014/02628 ~ Complete ~54:A CELL AND A TRAY FOR PLANT PROPAGATION ~71:BJORKEMAR CONSTRUCTION & CONSULTING BCC AB, Profilgatan 15, SE-261 35, Landskrona, Sweden ~72: BJORKEMAR, HANS;PERSSON, TOBIAS~ 2014/02630 ~ Complete ~54:METHODS FOR PREPARING RUTHENIUM CARBENE COMPLEX PRECURSORS AND RUTHENIUM CARBENE COMPLEXES ~71:ELEVANCE RENEWABLE SCIENCES, INC., 2501 Davey Road, Woodridge, 60517, Illinois, United States of America ~72: COHEN, STEVEN A.;KUNZ, LINDA A.;LUETKENS, MELVIN L~ 33:US ~31:13/272,788 ~32:13/10/2011;33:US ~31:13/606,640 ~32:07/09/2012 2014/02633 ~ Complete ~54:TREATMENT OF CHEMICAL FEEDSTOCKS ~71:THE SOUTH AFRICAN NUCLEAR ENERGY COPRORATION LIMITED, Pelindaba, South Africa ~72: DU PLESSIS, WILHELMINA;HAVENGA, JOHAN LOUIS;LE ROUX, JOHANNES PERTUS;NEIL, JOHANNES THEODORUS;RETIEF, WILLEM LIEBENBERG (DECEASED)~ 33:ZA ~31:2011/07455 ~32:11/10/2011 2014/02618 ~ Provisional ~54:FREE FLOWING DRILLING SYSTEM ~71:GERT KOCK, P.O BOX 647CULLINAN, South Africa ~72: GERT KOCK~ 2014/02620 ~ Complete ~54:A PROCESS FOR PRODUCING HYDROCARBONS ~71:SHELL INTERNATIONALE RESEARCH MAATSCHAPPIJ B.V. , Carel van Bylandtlaan 302596 HR The Hague, Netherlands ~72: DEL PAGGIO,ALAN,ANTHONY;FELIX,LARRY,GORDON;LINCK,MARTIN,BRENDAN;MARKER,TERRY,LOUISE;RO BERTS,MICHAEL,JOHN~ 33:US ~31:61/559,248 ~32:14/11/2011 2014/02629 ~ Complete ~54:SOLID DOSAGE FORMS OF (S)-RTHYL 2-AMINO-3-(4-(2-AMINO-6-((R)-1-(4CHLORO-2-(3-METHYL-1H-PYRAZOL-1-YL)PHENYL)-2,2,2-TRIFLUOROETHOXY)PYRIMIDIN-4YL)PHENYL)PROPANOATE ~71:LEXICON PHARMACEUTICALS, INC, 8800 Technology Forest Place, The Woodlands, 77381, Texas, United States of America ~72: CHEN, JINLING;DEAVER, MATTHEWS;HOLL, RICHARD J;NUGURU, KALYAN~ 33:US ~31:61/547,894 ~32:17/10/2011 2014/02638 ~ Complete ~54:FISCHER TROPSCH REACTOR WITH INTEGRATED ORGANIC RANKINE CYCLE ~71:BP CORPORATION NORTH AMERICA INC, 501 Westlake Park Boulevard, United States of America;MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, 77 Massachusetts Avenue, United States of America ~72: BOTROS BARBARA B;BRISSON JOHN G;DIGENOVA KEVIN J;HUFF JR GEORGE A~ 33:US ~31:13/270 563 ~32:11/10/2011 2014/02576 ~ Complete ~54:DESULFURIZATION AGENT CONTAINING BITUMEN,METHOD FOR THE PRODUCTION THEREOF ,AND USE THEREOF ~71:ALMAMET GMBH , Gewrbestr.5a83404 Ainring , Germany ~72: HERWIG,FRANK~ 33:DE ~31:10 2011 116 501.4 ~32:20/10/2011 2014/02617 ~ Provisional ~54:DATAMENT INTEGRATED SUPPLIER DATABASE REGISTRATION SYSTEM ~71:MAKHAZA GEORGE MNGUNI, 2001 SECTION AEMPUMALANGA, South Africa ~72: MAKHAZA GEORGE MNGUNI~

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2014/02619 ~ Complete ~54:A CATALYST FOR PRODUCING HYDROCARBONS ~71:SHELL INTERNATIONALE RESEARCH MAATSCHAPPIJ B.V., Carel van Bylandtlaan 302596 HR The Hague , Netherlands ~72: DEL PAGGIO,ALAN,ANTHONY;FELIX,LARRY,GORDON;KRAUS,LAWRENCE ,STEPHEN;LINCK,MARTIN,BRENDAN;MARKER,TERRY,LOUISE;MCLEOD,CELESTE,JEAN;ROBERTS,MICH AEL,JOHN~ 33:US ~31:61/559,255 ~32:14/11/2011 2014/02627 ~ Complete ~54:TREATING PANCREATIC CANCER AND NON-SMALL CELL LUNG CANCER WITH ATR INHIBITORS ~71:VERTEX [HARMACEUTICALS INCORPORATED, 20 Northern Avenue, 15th Floor Boston, 02210, Massachusetts, United States of America ~72: POLLARD, JOHN ROBERT;REAPER, PHILIP MICHAEL~ 33:US ~31:61/542,084 ~32:30/09/2011 . - APPLIED ON 2014/04/11 -

2014/02650 ~ Complete ~54:SYSTEM FOR DYNAMIC CONTROL OF THE ROLLING OF THE GUIDE ROLLER(S) FOR AN ASSEMBLY FOR GUIDING A VEHICLE ALONG AT LEAST ONE RAIL ~71:NEWTL, Z.A.E. de la Bruche, 20 avenue de la Concorde, France ~72: ANDRE, Jean-Luc~ 33:FR ~31:11 59794 ~32:28/10/2011 2014/02646 ~ Complete ~54:REGULATORY NUCLEIC ACID MOLECULES FOR RELIABLE GENE EXPRESSION IN PLANTS ~71:BASF PLANT SCIENCE COMPANY GMBH, 67056 LUDWIGSHAFEN, GERMANY, Germany ~72: BURGMEIER, Alrun, Nora;HARTIG, Julia, Verena;KUHN, Josef, Martin;STUIVER, Maarten, Hendrik~ 33:EP ~31:11181420.8 ~32:15/09/2011;33:US ~31:61/627,037 ~32:16/09/2011 2014/02645 ~ Complete ~54:AN IN-VITRO PROCESS FOR THE QUICK DETERMINATION OF THE INFECTION STATUS OF AN INFECTION WITH AN INFLUENZA VIRUS TYPE ~71:SOVICELL GMBH, DEUTSCHER PLATZ 5B, 04103 LEIPZIG, GERMANY, Germany ~72: BAHLMANN, Ferdinand Hermann;FLISER, Danilo;SESTER, Martina;SESTER, Urban~ 33:EP ~31:11181119.6 ~32:13/09/2011;33:US ~31:61/534,058 ~32:13/09/2011 2014/02647 ~ Complete ~54:BALLOON WITH ILLUMINATING/SOUNDING DEVICE ~71:SHENZHEN PROMOTION CONCEPT CO. LTD., Room 1802, Block A, Shenfang Building, Ren Minnan Rd. Luohu Shenzhen, , People's Republic of China ~72: HENRIK, Bo Stieler~ 2014/02648 ~ Complete ~54:METHODS FOR IMPROVING SEED PRODUCTION IN MAIZE ~71:PIONEER HIBRED INTERNATIONAL, INC., 7100 N.W. 62nd Avenue, Johnston, United States of America ~72: MIHURA, Eduardo;NELSON, Scott;SAAB, Imad;SAYERS, Adda;SCHWARTE, Aaron~ 33:US ~31:61/547,142 ~32:14/10/2011 2014/02641 ~ Provisional ~54:ROTOR FOR PRECIOUS METAL CONCENTRATORS (GOLD, PLATINUM, COPPER INDUSTRY) ~71:B AND C PROCESS SERVICES AND MANUFACTURING, 40 FRANSEN STREET, CHAMDOR, KRUGERSDORP, 1739, South Africa ~72: KRUGER, Jacobus, Johannes~ 2014/02640 ~ Provisional ~54:ELEVATOR ARRESTOR ~71:BOTHA, Raymond, Mark, FARM 134, KARINO, NELSPRUIT, 1204, South Africa ~72: BOTHA, Raymond, Mark~ 2014/02642 ~ Provisional ~54:ELECTRONIC CIRCUIT MEANS FOR DIMMING A LAMP ~71:CAELUS RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT (PTY) LTD, UNIT D 38, OLIVE GROVE BUSINESS PARK, OLD PAARDEVLEI ROAD, SOMERSET WEST, CAPE TOWN, SOUTH AFRICA, South Africa ~72: CORTE CABRERA, Daniel, Alfonso;DE WET, Riccardo, Arthur~

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2014/02643 ~ Complete ~54:ELECTRONIC IGNITER ~71:MASTER BLASTER PROPRIETARY LIMITED, PLOT 8777, INDEPENDENCE ROAD, SELEBI PHIKWE, BOTSWANA, Botswana ~72: DAVIS, Mark, Rodney~ 33:ZA ~31:2013/3684 ~32:21/05/2013 2014/02649 ~ Complete ~54:USE OF INHIBITORS OF BRUTONS TYROSINE KINASE (BTK) ~71:PHARMACYCLICS, INC., 995 East Arques Avenue, United States of America ~72: BUGGY, Joseph J.;ELIAS, Laurence;FYFE, Gwen;HEDRICK, Eric;LOURY, David J.;MODY, Tarak D.~ 33:US ~31:61/549,067 ~32:19/10/2011 2014/02644 ~ Complete ~54:PRIVACY SCREEN ~71:Jacobus Johannes JOUBERT, Unit 2, 59 Buckingham Drive, Australia ~72: Jacobus Johannes JOUBERT~ 33:AU ~31:2013205136 ~32:13/04/2013 2014/02652 ~ Provisional ~54:IMPROVED DESIGN OF ADJUSTABLE TEMPORARY STAIRWAYS ~71:LWARENCE ALLEN PRESTON, PORTION 94 OF JQ 417, ROODEKOPJES, South Africa ~72: LAWRENCE ALLEN PRESTON~ 2014/02655 ~ Provisional ~54:ACCESS TO STUDY MATERIAL ~71:MAGONDO, MICHAEL MUNYARADZI, 15 Musselburgh Road, Blue Valley Golf Estate, South Africa ~72: MAGONDO, MICHAEL MUNYARADZI~ 2014/02656 ~ Complete ~54:A LAYERED MATERIAL ~71:KAYMAC (PTY) LIMITED T/A KAYTECH, 11 Livingstone Road, Pinetown, South Africa ~72: HOW, ANTHONY MICHAEL~ 33:ZA ~31:2011/06739 ~32:15/09/2011 2014/02683 ~ Complete ~54:FIBER ORIENTING TECHNOLOGY FOR A GRINDING MACHINE ~71:WOLFF JAMES B, 5706 S.E. Lafayette Street, United States of America ~72: TO BE ADVICED~ 33:US ~31:13/199 910 ~32:12/09/2011;33:US ~31:13/374 421 ~32:27/12/2011;33:US ~31:13/374 422 ~32:27/12/2011;33:US ~31:13/374 423 ~32:27/12/2011;33:US ~31:13/374 417 ~32:28/12/2011;33:US ~31:13/374 441 ~32:29/12/2011 2014/02689 ~ Complete ~54:LIQUID SPRAY APPARATUS AND SYSTEM ~71:DANTENG PTY LTD, 15 Hanwell WayBassendean, Australia ~72: TRAVAGLINI DANTE~ 33:AU ~31:2011904225 ~32:13/10/2011 2014/02690 ~ Complete ~54:METHODS OF TREATING PEDIATRIC PATIENTS USING DEXMEDETOMIDINE ~71:HOSPIRA INC, 275 North Field Drive, United States of America ~72: GARCIA DE ROCHA MARCELO;KOO EDWARD;STALKER DENNIS J;WISEMANDLE WAYNE~ 33:US ~31:61/547 626 ~32:14/10/2011;33:US ~31:13/343 693 ~32:04/01/2012;33:US ~31:13/471 403 ~32:14/05/2012 2014/02659 ~ Complete ~54:AEROSOL GENERATING DEVICE WITH AIR FLOW DETECTION ~71:PHILIP MORRIS PRODUCTS S.A., Quai Jeanrenaud 3, CH-2000 Neuchatel, Switzerland ~72: TALON, PASCAL~ 33:EP ~31:11196240.3 ~32:30/12/2011;33:EP ~31:12162894.5 ~32:02/04/2012 2014/02685 ~ Complete ~54:VENTURI EFFECT TECHNOLOGY ON A FOOD PRODUCT MOLDING MACHINE ~71:WOLFF JAMES B, 5706 S.E. Lafayette Street, United States of America ~72: WOLFF JAMES B~ 33:US ~31:13/199 910 ~32:12/09/2011;33:US ~31:13/374 421 ~32:27/12/2011;33:US ~31:13/374 422 ~32:27/12/2011;33:US ~31:13/374 423 ~32:27/12/2011;33:US ~31:13/374 417 ~32:28/12/2011;33:US ~31:13/374 441 ~32:29/12/2011 2014/02686 ~ Complete ~54:AUCTION METHOD AND AUCTION SERVER ~71:LEE JEONG-GAB, 101-710 Mido Apt.,Daechi-dong Gangnam-gu, Republic of Korea ~72: LEE JEONG-GAB~ 33:KR ~31:10-2011-0092472 ~32:14/09/2011

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2014/02677 ~ Complete ~54:SYNTHESIS OF MSE-FRAMEWORK TYPE MOLECULAR SIEVES ~71:EXXONMOBIL RESEARCH AND ENGINEERING COMPANY, 1545 Route 22 EastP O Box 900, United States of America ~72: BURTON ALLEN W~ 33:US ~31:61/546 322 ~32:12/10/2011 2014/02680 ~ Complete ~54:INHALER ~71:ASTRAZENECA AB, SODERTALJE SE-151 85, Sweden ~72: CHRISTIANSEN,JONAS;ELGAARD,SVEND ERIK;RASMUSSEN,JORGEN;TRENEMAN,WIILIAM~ 33:DE ~31:1115870.6 ~32:14/09/2011 2014/02682 ~ Complete ~54:IMPROVED FORMED FOOD PRODUCT ~71:WOLFF JAMES B, 5706 S.E. Lafayette Street, United States of America ~72: To be advised~ 33:US ~31:13/199 910 ~32:12/09/2011;33:US ~31:13/374 421 ~32:27/12/2011;33:US ~31:13/374 422 ~32:27/12/2011;33:US ~31:13/374 423 ~32:27/12/2011;33:US ~31:13/374 417 ~32:28/12/2011;33:US ~31:13/374 441 ~32:29/12/2011 2014/02668 ~ Complete ~54:PEST CONTROL COMPOSITION ~71:SUMITOMO CHEMICAL COMPANY ,LIMITED , 27-1Shinkawa 2-Chome Chuo-KuTokyo1048260, Japan ~72: YAMADA,MASAHIRO~ 33:JP ~31:2011-289276 ~32:28/12/2011 2014/02670 ~ Complete ~54:PEST CONTROL COMPOSITION ~71:SUMITOMO CHEMICAL COMPANY ,LIMITED, 27-1Shinkawa 2-ChomeChuo-KuTokyo1048260, Japan ~72: YAMADA,MASAHIRO~ 33:JP ~31:2011289275 ~32:28/12/2011 2014/02681 ~ Complete ~54:PROCESS FOR PRODUCING JET FUEL FROM A HYDROCARBON SYNTHESIS PRODUCT STREAM ~71:AXENS , 89Boulevard Franklin RooseveltCEDEX 92508RUEIL MALMAISON , France;SASOL TECHNOLOGY(PTY) LTD., R&D Division P.O.Box 1 Klasie Havenga Road SASOLBURG 1947, South Africa ~72: FEDOU,STEPHANE;GAGNIERE,MARIELLE;WATERMEYER DE WET,EWALD;WIILIAMS ,PATA CLAIR~ 33:EP ~31:13001989.6 ~32:16/04/2013 2014/02657 ~ Complete ~54:DETECTION OF AEROSOL-FORMING SUBSTRATE IN AN AEROSOL GENERATING DEVICE ~71:PHILIP MORRIS PRODUCTS S.A., Quai Jeanrenaud 3, CH-2000 Neuchatel, Switzerland ~72: TALON, PASCAL~ 33:EP ~31:11196227.0 ~32:30/12/2011 2014/02663 ~ Provisional ~54:SLURRY DEWATERING METHOD AND APPARATUS ~71:PHOTRA INVESTMENTS (PROPRIETARY) LIMITED, 17 Resnick Street, Factoria, South Africa ~72: CAREW, JEFFREY MARK~ 2014/02664 ~ Complete ~54:DIALYSIS MACHINE INCLUDING ULTRAFILTRATION AND BACKFILTRATION MEANS ~71:PHYSIDIA, 39 Boulevard De La Romanerie, F-49124, Saint-Barthelemy-D'anjou, France ~72: VINCENT, ERIC~ 33:FR ~31:1158915 ~32:03/10/2011 2014/02666 ~ Complete ~54:ENVIRO MOBI INFORMATION DISPLAY AND SERVICE DELIVERY MANAGEMENT PLATFORM ~71:KGP MEDIA HOLDINGS (PROPRIETARY) LIMITED, 15th Floor, Jorissen Place, South Africa ~72: MABE, PULENG PETER~ 33:ZA ~31:2014/01547 ~32:03/03/2014 2014/02667 ~ Complete ~54:COMPUTER SYSTEM FOR INSTRUCTING AN INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY(IP) FILING ~71:INOVIA HOLDINGS PTY LTD, Suite 4Level 124545 Clarence StreetSydney2000New South Wales , Australia ~72: SELVARAJ,JOHN WILFRED ADAIKALAM;SIMPSON,JUSTIN RYAN~ 33:AU ~31:2011904442 ~32:26/10/2011 2014/02671 ~ Complete ~54:A FOOD PRODUCT PRECURSOR ,A FOOD PRODUCT AND A METHOD OF MAKING A FOOD PRODUCT COMPRISING LUPIN FLOUR ~71:LUPIN POWER PTY LTD, 24 Grand Boulevard

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Canning VALE 6155Washington , United States of America ~72: CRONJE,JOSEPHUS;JAYASENA,VIJAY~ 33:AU ~31:2011904463 ~32:27/10/2011 2014/02674 ~ Provisional ~54:BOWLING TRAINING AID ~71:CALITZ,RUDOLF JAN DANIEL , 29 Impala StreetHermanus7200, South Africa ~72: CALITZ,RUDOLF JAN DANIEL~ 2014/02676 ~ Complete ~54:CHIMERIC NON-INTEGRATING LENTIVIRAL GENOMES AS VACCINES AGAINST HIV-1 ~71:CENTER NATIONAL DE LA RECHERCHE SCIENTIFIQUE (C.N.R.S.), 3,rue Michel AngePARIS F-75016, France ~72: ALDEBERT,DELPHINE;ARRODEBRUSES,GERALDINE;CHEBLOUNE,YAHIA~ 33:FR ~31:1158096 ~32:12/09/2011 2014/02653 ~ Provisional ~54:JOXER - YOUR BOXER JOCK ~71:PIETER SCHALK VAN HEERDEN, PO Box 167, South Africa ~72: PIETER SCHALK VAN HEERDEN~ 2014/02669 ~ Complete ~54:SOLUTION FOR ORAL ADMINISTRATION ~71:OTSUKA PHARMACEUTICAL CO.,LTD , 2-9Kanda-TsukasamachiChiyoda-KuTokyo1018535, Japan ~72: OKAMOTO,AYAKO~ 33:US ~31:61/548,859 ~32:19/10/2011 2014/02673 ~ Complete ~54:DECK PANEL,LOAD PLATFORM,CLAMP AND TENSIONER ~71:WEB RIGGING SERVICES LTD. , Unit 26 Belleknowes Industrial EstateAdmiralty Road Inverkeithing KY11 1HZ, United Kingdom ~72: BISSET,GORDON IRVINE~ 33:EP ~31:1118568.3 ~32:27/10/2011 2014/02675 ~ Complete ~54:WIRELESS COMMUNICATION USING CONCURRENT RE-AUTHENTICATION AND CONNECTION SETUP ~71:QUALCOMM INCORPORATED, Attn:International IP Administration5775Morehouse DriveSAN DIEGO 92121-1714CA, United States of America ~72: ABRAHAM,SANTOSH PAUL;CHERIAN,GEORGE;HAWKES,PHILIPN MICHAEL;MALINEN,JOUNI;PALANIGOUNDER,ANAND;WENTINK,MAARTEN MENZO~ 33:US ~31:61/533,627 ~32:12/09/2011;33:US ~31:61/535,234 ~32:15/09/2011;33:US ~31:61/583,052 ~32:04/01/2012;33:US ~31:61/606,794 ~32:05/03/2012;33:US ~31:61/611,553 ~32:15/03/2012;33:US ~31:61/645,987 ~32:11/05/2012;33:US ~31:13/610,718 ~32:11/09/2012 2014/02658 ~ Complete ~54:AEROSOL GENERATING DEVICE WITH IMPROVED TEMPERATURE DISTRIBUTION ~71:PHILIP MORRIS PRODUCTS S.A., Quai Jeanrenaud 3, CH-2000 Neuchatel, Switzerland ~72: GREIM, OLIVIER;PLOJOUX, JULIEN~ 33:EP ~31:11196232.0 ~32:30/12/2011 2014/02660 ~ Complete ~54:SMOKING ARTICLE WITH FRONT-PLUG AND AEROSOL-FORMING SUBSTRATE AND METHOD ~71:PHILIP MORRIS PRODUCTS S.A., Quai JEanrenaud 3, CH-2000 Neuchatel, Switzerland ~72: BADERTSCHER, THOMAS;LOUVET, ALEXIS;MEYER, CEDRIC;ZUBER, GERARD~ 33:EP ~31:1196203.1 ~32:30/12/2011 2014/02661 ~ Complete ~54:INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINE AND METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING SAME ~71:KABUSHIKI KAISHA TOYOTA CHUO KENKYUSHO, 41-1, Yokomichi, Nagakute-Shi, Aichi-Ken, 4801192, Japan;TOYOTA JIDOSHA KABUSHIKI KAISHA, 1 Toyota-Cho, Toyota-Shi, Aichi-Ken, 471-8571, Japan ~72: HIJII, TAKUMI;KAWAGUCHI, AKIO;KOSAKA, HIDEMASA;NISHIKAWA, NAOKI;SHIMIZU, FUMIO;WAKISAKA, YOSHIFUMI;YATSUDUKA, RYOUTA~ 33:JP ~31:2011-198812 ~32:12/09/2011 2014/02662 ~ Complete ~54:DEVICE AND METHOD FOR DRIVING TUNNELS, GALLERIES OR THE LIKE ~71:ATLAS COPCO ROCK DRILLS AB, S-701 91, Orebro, Sweden ~72: BACK, JERK;EMANUELSSON, KAJ;HARTWIG, SVERKER~ 33:SE ~31:1100713-5 ~32:27/09/2011

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2014/02665 ~ Complete ~54:SMAC MIMETIC (BIRINAPANT) FOR USE IN THE TREATMENT OF PROLIFERATIVE DISEASES (CANCER) ~71:TETRALOGIC PHARMACEUTICALS CORPORATION, 343 Phoenixville Pike, Malvern, 19355, Pennsylvania, United States of America ~72: CHUNDURU, SRINIVAS;GRAHAM, MARTIN;WENG, DAVID~ 33:US ~31:61/541.531 ~32:30/09/2011;33:US ~31:61/554,829 ~32:02/11/2011;33:US ~31:61/559,058 ~32:12/11/2011;33:US ~31:61/656,026 ~32:06/06/2012 2014/02672 ~ Complete ~54:A METHOD TO WASH GREASY WOOL,A METHOD TO SEPARATE LANOLIN FROM THE SAID GREASY WOOL,WOOL AND LANOLIN OBTAINABLE BY THESE METHODS ~71:ERUTAN BV, Mercuriusplein 1NL-5971 LWGrubbenvorst, Netherlands ~72: REUTELINGSPERGER,CHRISTIAAN MATHIAS HUBERTUS GERARD~ 33:EP ~31:1184427.0 ~32:07/10/2011 2014/02678 ~ Complete ~54:INHALER ~71:ASTRAZENECA AB, SODERTALJE SE-151 85, Sweden ~72: BERRY,SIMON CHRISTOPHER;CHRISTIANSEN.JONAS;ELGAARD,SVEND ERIK;JOHANSEN,ESBEN;JORGEN,RASMUSSEN;MOLLER,CLAUS SCHMIDT;TRENEMAN,WILLIAM~ 33:DE ~31:1115874.8 ~32:14/09/2011 2014/02679 ~ Complete ~54:DEVICE TO COUNTERACT GASTROESOPHAGEAL REFLUX IN CHILDREN ~71:DR ALBANI LIMITED , 5th Floor North Side7-10 Chandos StreetCavendish SquareLONDON W1G 9DQ, United Kingdom ~72: DR.ROBERTO ALBANI~ 33:IT ~31:RM2011A000553 ~32:12/10/2011 2014/02684 ~ Complete ~54:SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR CREATING A VENTURI EFFECT WITHIN AND ORIFICE ~71:WOLFF JAMES B., 5706 S.E.Lafayette Street, United States of America ~72: To be Advised~ 33:US ~31:13/199 910 ~32:12/09/2011;33:US ~31:13/374 421 ~32:27/12/2011;33:US ~31:13/374 422 ~32:27/12/2011;33:US ~31:13/374 423 ~32:27/12/2011;33:US ~31:13/374 417 ~32:28/12/2011;33:US ~31:13/374 441 ~32:29/12/2011 2014/02687 ~ Complete ~54:PLASTICIZERS DERIVED FROM RENEWABLE FEEDSTOCK ~71:GALATA CHEMICALS LLC, 464 Heritage RoadSuite A1, United States of America ~72: FRENKEL PETER;MCKEOWN STEVEN~ 33:US ~31:61/547 427 ~32:14/10/2011;33:US ~31:61/590 204 ~32:24/01/2012 2014/02691 ~ Complete ~54:SYNTHESIS OF MSE-FRAMEWORK TYPE MOLECULAR SIEVES ~71:EXXONMOBIL RESEARCH AND ENGINEERING COMPANY, 1545 Route 22 East P.O. Box 900ANNANDALE 08801-0900NJ, United States of America ~72: STROHAMAIER,KARL G.;VROMAN,HILDA B.;WESTON,SIMON CHRISTOPHER~ 33:US ~31:61/546,335 ~32:10/12/2011 . - APPLIED ON 2014/04/14 -

2014/02698 ~ Complete ~54:DISPENSER FOR STATIC CENTER-FEED CORELESS ROLL OF SHEET PRODUCT ~71:SCA TISSUE FRANCE, 151-161, Bd Victor Hugo, France ~72: GILLES CATTACIN;JAMES TAYLOR;JULIEN MARIETTA-TONDIN~ 33:EP ~31:11008454.8 ~32:21/10/2011 2014/02696 ~ Provisional ~54:Handle Positioner ~71:Russel Francis Gillwald, 6 Mulvihal Road, Rondebosch, South Africa ~72: Russel Francis Gillwald~ 2014/02697 ~ Complete ~54:PROCESS FOR THE PRODUCTION OF A CORE/SHELL ZEOLITIC MATERIAL HAVING A CHA FRAMEWORK STRUCTURE ~71:BASF SE, D-67056 LUDWIGSHAFEN, GERMANY, Germany;TOKYO INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, 2-12-1 OOKAYAMA, MEGURO-KU, TOKYO 152-8550, JAPAN, Japan ~72: BAO, Xinhe;DE VOS, Dirk;GIES, Hermann;IMAI, Hiroyuki;MLLER, Ulrich;REN, Limin;TATSUMI, Takashi;TIJSEBAERT, Bart;XIAO, Feng-Shou;YANG, Chengguan;YILMAZ, Bilge;ZHANG, Weiping~ 33:CN ~31:PCT/CN2011/079746 ~32:16/09/2011

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2014/02694 ~ Provisional ~54:SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR LOCATING A PERSON ~71:MAJOLA, Linda, Gordon, 19 CANARY STREET, AVIARY HILLS, NEWCASTLE, 2940, South Africa ~72: MAJOLA, Linda, Gordon~ 2014/02695 ~ Provisional ~54:INFLATOR ARRANGEMENT ~71:Stopak (Pty) Ltd, 4 Paddy Close , South Africa ~72: Baldwin BALIE;Bester Jacobus PANSEGROUW;Ryan FOWLER~ 2014/02729 ~ Complete ~54:SOLAR DESALINATION PLANT FOR SEA WATER ,BRINES OR WASTE WATER AND DESALINATION METHOD ~71:UNIVERSITAT POLITECNICA DE CATALUNYA , Calle Jordi Girona 31BARCELONA 08034, Spain ~72: BOSCH I BOSCH,ANGEL~ 33:ES ~31:P201130414 ~32:22/03/2011 2014/02736 ~ Complete ~54:FROTH FLOTATION PROCESSES ~71:CYTEC TECHNOLOGY CORP, 300 Delaware Avenue, Wilmington 19801, DE, United States of America ~72: BHAMBHI, TARUN;NAGARAJ, DEVARAYASAMUDRAM R.;QUINTANAR, CARMINA;RICCIO, PETER;ROTHENBERG, ALAN S.;WANG, BING~ 33:US ~31:61/458,417 ~32:18/10/2011 2014/02738 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD FOR ENHANCING CROP YIELDS BY APPLICATION OF TREHALOSE ~71:STOLLER ENTERPRISES ,INC. , 4001 W.Sam Houston Parkway Suite 100HOUSTON 77043TX, United States of America ~72: LIPTAY,ALBERT;SALZMAN,RONALD;STOLLER,JERRY H.~ 33:US ~31:61/533,872 ~32:13/09/2011;33:US ~31:61/538,653 ~32:23/09/2011 2014/02709 ~ Complete ~54:MULTIPLE PROTOCOL RECEIVER ~71:ITRON,INC ., 2111 N.Molter Road Liberty Lake 90019, United States of America ~72: PICARD,GILLES~ 33:US ~31:13/278,421 ~32:21/10/2011;33:CA ~31:2756704 ~32:31/10/2011 2014/02719 ~ Complete ~54:MULTI-WAN MODULE ~71:ITRON, INC., 2111 N. Molter Road, Liberty Lake, 99019, Washington, United States of America ~72: PONTIN, JOSEPH;SMITH, THOMAS BENJAMIN~ 33:US ~31:13/275,780 ~32:18/10/2011;33:US ~31:2755393 ~32:20/10/2011 2014/02723 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD AND MACHINES FOR TRANSFORMING INITIAL SEALED PACKAGINGS INTO IRREGULAR CUBIC OR POLYHEDRAL PACKAGINGS BY MEANS OF SEALING AND CUTTING FLAPS ~71:PACK SAVE PLANET, S.L., Zalbides Auzoa, 13, E-48610, Urduliz (Viscaya), Spain ~72: LOPEZ-AROSTEGUI SAENZ, GUILLERMO~ 33:ES ~31:P201101023 ~32:13/09/2011;33:ES ~31:P201101148 ~32:18/10/2011;33:ES ~31:P201200301 ~32:15/03/2012;33:ES ~31:P201200401 ~32:11/04/2012;33:ES ~31:P201200926 ~32:10/09/2012 2014/02727 ~ Complete ~54:FLAT CUTTER BIT WITH CUTTING INSERT HAVING EDGE PREPARATION ~71:KENNAMETAL INC., 1600 Technology Way, P.O. Box 231. Latrobe, PA, United States of America ~72: GEORGE, STEPHEN M.;PAROS, NICHOLAS J.;ROWLETT, DON C.;SHEFFLER, GLENN W.~ 33:US ~31:13/871,023 ~32:26/04/2013 2014/02732 ~ Provisional ~54:COPPER MICROPARTICLES AND/OR COPPER NANOPARTICLES FOR USE IN THE TREATMENT OF AN INFECTION AND/OR DISEASE ~71:TraceXtec (Pty) Ltd., 38 Galway Road, , South Africa ~72: TRACE, CRISPIAN GARTH NEWBON;TRACE, JAMES CRISPIAN GARTH~ 2014/02733 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD AND DEVICE FOR PERSONALIZING AT LEAST TWO CARDS, AND CARD OBTAINED VIA SAID METHOD ~71:OBERTHUR TECHNOLOGIES, 420 Rue d'Estianne d'Orves, Colombes F-92700, France ~72: GEFFRAY, FRANCK;LAUNAY, FRANCOIS;SIMONNEAUX, GREGORY~ 33:FR ~31:1158325 ~32:20/09/2011

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2014/02734 ~ Complete ~54:COLLECTOR COMPOSITIONS AND METHODS OF USING THE SAME ~71:CYTEC TECHNOLOGY CORP., 300 Delaware Avenue, Wilmington 19801, DE, United States of America ~72: BHAMBHANI, TARUN;NAGARAJ, DEVARAYASAMUDRAM R.;QUINTANAR, CARMINA;RICCIO, PETER;ROTHENBERG, ALAN S.;WANG, BING~ 33:US ~31:61/548,402 ~32:18/10/2011 2014/02740 ~ Provisional ~54:AN UNDERGROUND CARRIER FOR TRANSPORTING PEOPLE IN UNDERGROUND MINES ~71:MULTIBRAKE WITBANK CC, Eskom ParkShop 79AWITBANK 1035, South Africa ~72: STAPELBERG,GERHARD;VAN DEN HEEVER ,RAS~ 2014/02712 ~ Complete ~54:MULTIPLE PROTOCOL RECEIVER ~71:ITRON,INC., 2111 North Molter Road Liberty Lake 99019, United States of America ~72: PICARD ,GILLES~ 33:EP ~31:11186210.8 ~32:21/10/2011 2014/02718 ~ Complete ~54:TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT AND REMOTE CONFIGURATION IN A GATEWAYBASED NETWORK ~71:ITRON, INC., 2111 N. Molter Road, Liberty Lake, 99019, Washington, United States of America ~72: JOHNSON, MATTHEW~ 33:US ~31:13/275,759 ~32:18/10/2011;33:CA ~31:2,755,459 ~32:20/10/2011 2014/02721 ~ Complete ~54:PEER-TO-PEER COMMUNICATIONS IN AMI WITH SOURCE-TREE ROUTING ~71:ITRON, INC., 2111 N. Molter Road, Liberty Lake, 99019, Washington, United States of America ~72: POPA, DANIEL;VAN WYK, HARTMAN~ 33:US ~31:13/275,800 ~32:18/10/2011;33:US ~31:2755331 ~32:20/10/2011 2014/02710 ~ Complete ~54:SOFTWARE-DEFINED COMMUNICATION UNIT ~71:ITRON,INC ., 2111 N.Molter Road Liberty Lake99019, United States of America ~72: BORISOV,VLADIMIR;THUMATY,SUDHIR~ 33:US ~31:13/278,412 ~32:21/10/2011;33:CA ~31:2756703 ~32:31/10/2011 2014/02720 ~ Complete ~54:DUAL-CHANNEL RECEIVER FOR POWERLINE COMMUNICATIONS ~71:ITRON, INC., 2111 N. Molter Road, Liberty, 99019, Washington, United States of America ~72: BORISOV, VLADIMIR;CHIUMMIENTO, PHILIPPE~ 33:US ~31:13/275,812 ~32:18/10/2011;33:CA ~31:2755339 ~32:20/10/2011 2014/02722 ~ Complete ~54:ENDPOINT REPEATER FUNCTIONALITY SELECTION ~71:ITRON, INC., 2111 N. Molter Road, Liberty Lake, 99019, Washington, United States of America ~72: CUMERALTO, SCOTT~ 33:US ~31:13/275,863 ~32:18/10/2011;33:CA ~31:2755450 ~32:20/10/2011 2014/02726 ~ Complete ~54:STUMP GRINDING CUTTER BIT WITH CUTTING INSERT HAVING EDGE PREPARATION ~71:KENNAMETAL INC., 1600 Technology Way, PO Box 231, Latrobe 15650, PA, United States of America ~72: GEORGE, STEPHEN M.;PAROS, NICHOLAS J.;ROWLETT, DON C.;SHEFFLER, GLENN W.~ 33:US ~31:13/871,029 ~32:26/04/2013 2014/02701 ~ Provisional ~54:SAFARI STEP ~71:BENJAMIN SWANEPOEL, 53 HARVESTON VILLA'SDIE OU PADRD HONEYDEW MANOR , South Africa ~72: BENJAMIN SWANEPOEL~ 2014/02705 ~ Complete ~54:AEROSOL GENERATING SYSTEM WITH CONSUMPTION MONITORING AND FEEDBACK ~71:PHILIP MORRIS PRODUCTS S.A , Quai Jeanrenaud 3CH-2000 Neuchatel, Switzerland ~72: FLORACK,DIONISIUS;TALON,PASCAL~ 33:EP ~31:11196227.0 ~32:30/12/2011;33:EP ~31:11196240.3 ~32:30/12/2011;33:EP ~31:12162894.5 ~32:02/04/2012 2014/02713 ~ Complete ~54:SYNCHRONIZATION OF NODES IN A NETWORK ~71:ITRON,INC., 2111 North Molter Road Liberty Lake99019, United States of America ~72: BARTIER,JEROME;MAINAUD,BASTIEN;MONIER,FABRICE;NGUYEN,VIET-HUNG~ 33:EP ~31:11187341.0 ~32:31/10/2011

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2014/02717 ~ Complete ~54:INSTRUMENTATION CIRCUIT FOR SHUNT-BASED METROLOGY MEASUREMENT ~71:ITRON, INC., 2111 N. Molter Road, Liberty Lake, 99019, Washington, United States of America ~72: DOORMAND, JEAN-JACQUES;HADDAB, YOUCEF;VAN WYK, HARTMAN~ 33:US ~31:13/275,841 ~32:18/10/2011;33:CA ~31:2755382 ~32:20/10/2011 2014/02714 ~ Complete ~54:QUICK ADVERTISEMENT OF A FAILURE OF A NETWORK CELLULAR ROUTER ~71:ITRON,INC., 2111 North Molter Road Liberty Lake 99019, United States of America ~72: MAINAUD,BASTIEN~ 33:EP ~31:11187338.6 ~32:31/10/2011 2014/02716 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD FOR THE THERMAL PREPARATION OF AN AUXILIARY MATERIAL AND PREPARATION UNIT ~71:DURR SYSTEMS GMBH, Carl-Benz-Strasse 34, 74321, Bietigheim-Bissingen, Germany ~72: HOLLER, SEBASTIAN;KIRSCHKE, CORD~ 33:DE ~31:20 2011 107 555.2 ~32:02/11/2011;33:EP ~31:PCT/EP2012/058167 ~32:03/05/2012;33:DE ~31:10 2012 110 243.0 ~32:26/10/2012 2014/02725 ~ Complete ~54:HARDENING STEEL FOR LIFTING, FASTENING, CLAMPING AND/OR LASHING MEANS AND CONNECTING ELEMENTS, COMPONENT FOR LIFTING, FASTENING, CLAMPING AND/OR LASHING TECHNOLOGY, CONNECTING ELEMENT AND METHOD FOR PRODUCTION THEREOF ~71:RUD KETTEN RIEGER & DIETZ GmbH u. Co. KG, Friedensinsel, Aalen 73432, Germany ~72: SINZ, ROLF~ 33:DE ~31:10 2011 054 840.8 ~32:26/10/2011;33:DE ~31:20 2011 052 154.0 ~32:30/11/2011 2014/02700 ~ Provisional ~54:SYSTEMS,ENVIRONMENT APPROACH TO CALCULATING PRODUCTIVITY FOR MINING OPERATIONS ~71:MIGHT NDAMANA NXUMALO, 459 Tempest strOrmonde view , South Africa ~72: MIGHT NDAMANA NXUMALO~ 2014/02703 ~ Provisional ~54:DUMP BUCKET TOILET SYSTEM ~71:HENTINA TRUST , 67 Lakeside Village Eagle Canyon Honeydew, South Africa ~72: LANGE,HENDRIK;LANGE,LESLIE WILLIAM~ 2014/02706 ~ Complete ~54:AN AEROSOL GENERATING DEVICE WITH AIR FLOW NOZZLES ~71:PHILIP MORRIS PRODUCTS S.A., Quai Jeanrenaud 3CH-2000 Neuchatel, Switzerland ~72: DUBIEF,FLAVIEN~ 33:EP ~31:11192698.6 ~32:08/12/2011 2014/02707 ~ Complete ~54:HEATING ARRANGEMENT ~71:TSHWANE UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY , Building 20Office 133Staatsartillery Road, South Africa ~72: DUFF,CRAIG ANDREW~ 33:ZA ~31:2013/01854 ~32:12/03/2013 2014/02708 ~ Provisional ~54:A GAMING MACHINE ~71:KATZMAN ,GARY, 59 Oakwood Estate 57 Oaklands Road Orchards, South Africa;LEVY,ALAN SIMON, 122 3RD Avenue Fairmount , South Africa ~72: KATZMAN ,GARY;LEVY,ALAN SIMON~ 2014/02699 ~ Provisional ~54:GOO FINNN ~71:LEON,MARUIS VERGOTTINI, 21 SEGOOTSANE STRTUSKANY RIDGEVAN DER HOF PARK, South Africa ~72: LEON, MARUIS VERGOTTINI~ 2014/02731 ~ Complete ~54:DESALINATION SYSTEM WITH ENERGY RECOVERY AND RELATED PUMPS ,VALVES AND CONTROLLER ~71:GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY , 1 River Road SCHENECTADY 12345NY, United States of America ~72: CHILDS ,WILLARD D.~ 33:US ~31:13/250,674 ~32:30/09/2011 2014/02737 ~ Provisional ~54:DISPLAY ITEMS ~71:PRESS PRO INDUSTRIAL (PTY) LTD., cnr Bossman and Cross Street, Ophirton, South Africa ~72: BLUMBERG, MURRAY BASIL;BLUMBERG, SHAUN LEROY~ 2014/02711 ~ Complete ~54:SYSTEM AND METHOD OF LOCATING MISSING NODES IN NETWORKS ~71:ITRON,INC., 2111 N.Molter Road Liberty Lake 99019, United States of America ~72: CORMWALL,MARK

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K;CUTLER,NATHAN;MITCHELL,JACK D~ 33:US ~31:13/278,434 ~32:21/10/2011;33:CA ~31:2756751 ~32:31/10/2011 2014/02715 ~ Complete ~54:ENZYME COCKTAILS PREPARED FROM MIXED CULTURES ~71:DANISCO US INC., 925 Page Mill Road, Palo Alto, 94304, California, United States of America ~72: ENGLAND, GEORGE;LANTZ, SUZANNE E~ 33:US ~31:61/570,243 ~32:13/12/2011 2014/02724 ~ Complete ~54:CATALYST FOR PREPARING VINYL CHLORIDE, PREPARATION METHOD THEREFOR AND USE THEREOF ~71:SHANGHAI ADVANCED RESEARCH INSTITUTE , CHINESE ACADEMY OF SCIENCE, No. 99 Haike Road, Zhangjiang Hi-tech Park, Pudong Shanghai 201203, People's Republic of China;ZHONGKE YIGONG (XIAMEN) CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY Co., Ltd., Room 422 Kechuang Building, No. 289 Wengjiao Road, Haicang, Xiamen, Fujian 361022, People's Republic of China ~72: JIANG, BIAO;ZHONG, JINGUANG~ 2014/02728 ~ Complete ~54:CARBURIZING SENSING METHOD ~71:NIPPON STEEL & SUMITOMO METAL CORPORATION, 6-1, Marunouchi 2-Chome. Chiyoda-Ku 100-8071, Tokyo, Japan ~72: HYODO, SHIGETOSHI;TAKIMOTO, YOSHIKAZU~ 33:JP ~31:2011-233881 ~32:25/10/2011 2014/02730 ~ Complete ~54:MEASUREMENT OF A FLUORESCENT ANALYTE USING TISSUE EXCITATION ~71:THE TRUSTEES OF COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY IN THE CITY OF NEW YORK , 412 Low memorial library 535 West 116th StreetNEW YORK 10027NY, United States of America ~72: BRITTENHAM,GARY M.;HENNING,GEORG;STEPP,HERBERT~ 33:US ~31:61/535,064 ~32:15/09/2011 2014/02739 ~ Provisional ~54:A METHOD AND A DEVICE FOR DETECTING A MATERIAL ~71:KRUGEL,DANIEL RUDOLPH , 75 E General Dan Piennar AvenueHeuwelsigBLOEMFONTEIN 9307, South Africa ~72: KRUGEL,DANIEL RUDOLPH~ 2014/02702 ~ Provisional ~54:MEDICAMENT AND NUTRITIONAL SUPPLEMENT ~71:MOLEFI,DAVID , 15 Hamberg roadGeorginiaRoodepoort, South Africa ~72: MOLEFI,DAVID~ 2014/02704 ~ Complete ~54:AEROSOL-GENERATING ARTICLES FOR USE WITH AN AEROSOLGENERATING DEVICE ~71:PHILIP MORRIS PRODUCTS S.A. , Quai Jeanrenaud 3CH-2000 Neuchatel, Switzerland ~72: BADERTSCHER,THOMAS;GINDRAT,PIERREYVES;JARRIAULT,MARINE;LOUVET,ALEXIS;MEYER,CEDRIC;SANNA,DANIELE;ZUBER,GERARD~ 33:EP ~31:11196203.1 ~32:30/12/2011;33:EP ~31:11196204.9 ~32:30/12/2011;33:EP ~31:12155248.3 ~32:13/02/2012;33:EP ~31:12155250.9 ~32:13/02/2012;33:EP ~31:12173054.3 ~32:21/06/2012 2014/02768 ~ Complete ~54:MINE PROP SPANNER ~71:M PROPS (PROPRIETARY) LIMITED, 1 Silver Stream Village, No 9 Heather Street, South Africa ~72: MAY, COLIN MARK~ 33:ZA ~31:2013/05087 ~32:05/07/2013 2014/02735 ~ Complete ~54:FROTH FLOTATION PROCESSES ~71:CYTEC TECHNOLOGY CORP, 300 Delaware Avenue, Wilmington 19801, DE, United States of America ~72: BHAMBHANI, TARUN;NAGARAJ, DEVARAYASAMUDRAM R.;QUINTANAR, CARMINA;RICCIO, PETER;ROTHENBERG, ALAN S.;WANG, BING~ 33:US ~31:61/548,408 ~32:18/10/2011 . - APPLIED ON 2014/04/15 -

2014/02743 ~ Provisional ~54:A METHOD FOR DIAGNOSING TUBERCULOUS MENINGITIS ~71:STELLENBOSCH UNIVERSITY, Admin B, Victoria StreetStellenbosch, South Africa ~72: CHEGOU, Novel Njweipi;VAN FURTH, Anne Marceline;VISSER, Douwe Hendrik;WALZL, Gerhard~

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2014/02746 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD AND DEVICE FOR CHECKING VALUE DOCUMENTS ~71:GIESECKE & DEVRIENT GMBH, Prinzregentenstrae 159, Germany ~72: SCHTZMANN, Jrgen~ 33:DE ~31:102011120972.0 ~32:13/12/2011 2014/02747 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD AND COMPOSITION FOR ENZYMATIC TREATMENT OF FIBER FOR PAPERMAKING, AND PAPER PRODUCTS MADE THEREWITH ~71:BUCKMAN LABORATORIES INTERNATIONAL, INC., 1256 North McLean BoulevardMemphis, United States of America ~72: BRYANT, Stephen D.;GLOVER, Daniel, E.;HOEKSTRA, Philip;JANSE, Bernard;MACDONALD, Kevin J.;ZHOU, Xiangdong~ 33:US ~31:61/552,007 ~32:27/10/2011 2014/02741 ~ Provisional ~54:MINING SHAFT LINING METHOD ~71:REDPATH MINING (SOUTH AFRICA) (PTY) LIMITED, 18 INDUSTRIE ROAD, ISANDO, EXT 2, 1601, South Africa ~72: DAVEL, Johannes, Gerhardus~ 2014/02742 ~ Provisional ~54:APERTURED SAFETY NET ~71:NCM INNOVATIONS (PTY) LTD, 109 Adcock Ingram Avenue, Aeroton, South Africa ~72: CROMPTON, Brendan Robert; FLANAGAN, Federick William~ 2014/02744 ~ Complete ~54:ACTIVE TEST SYSTEM AND ASSEMBLY FOR AN ELECTRIC SECURITY FENCE ~71:Stephen ROSIER, 138 Fairey Rd, Australia ~72: Stephen ROSIER~ 33:AU ~31:2013901297 ~32:15/04/2013 2014/02745 ~ Complete ~54:BLOOD COAGULATION FACTOR VII AND VIIA DERIVATIVES, CONJUGATES AND COMPLEXES COMPRISING THE SAME, AND THE USE THEREOF. ~71:HANMI SCIENCE CO., LTD., 550 DONGTANGIHEUNG-RO,DONGTAN-MYEON , HWASEONG-SI, , Republic of Korea ~72: HONG, Sung Hwan;HUH, Yong Ho;JUNG, Sung Youb;KIM, Dae Jin;KWON, Se Chang;LEE, Byung Sun~ 2014/02753 ~ Provisional ~54:EMULSIFIER COMPOSITIONS ~71:GLENSOL (PTY) LIMITED, 13 Erlswoldway, South Africa ~72: GREUB, FRITZ~ 2014/02757 ~ Provisional ~54:ION EXCHANGE RESIN ~71:TRAILBLAZER TECHNOLOGIES (PTY) LTD, 36 Steyn Road, Muldersdrift, South Africa ~72: BEWSEY, JOHN ARTHUR~ 2014/02758 ~ Complete ~54:BRIMONIDINE GEL COMPOSITIONS AND METHODS OF USE ~71:GALDERMA S.A., Zugerstrasse 8CH-6330Cham, Switzerland ~72: BUGE,JEAN-CHRISTOPHE;MEUNIER,CYRIL;NADAU FOURCADE,KARINE~ 33:FR ~31:1058612 ~32:21/10/2010;33:US ~31:61/405,388 ~32:21/10/2010 2014/02765 ~ Complete ~54:GROUND ENGAGING IMPLEMENT TOOTH ASSEMBLY WITH TIP AND ADAPTER ~71:CATERPILLAR INC., 100 N.E.Adams StreetPeoria61629-9510Illinois, United States of America ~72: CONGDON,THOMAS MARSHALL;LAHOOD,JAMES ROBERT;RENSKI,WILLIAM J~ 33:US ~31:61/545,276 ~32:10/10/2011;33:US ~31:13/644,429 ~32:04/10/2012 2014/02749 ~ Provisional ~54:RECIPE METHODS OF PREPARING WHEY PROTEIN WITH FORTIFIED FROZEN DESSERT ~71:KAREN ANNE McINTOSH, 40 FOODS DISTRIBUTORS, 22 Montgomery DriveP.O Box 2297, South Africa ~72: Diane Claire Neethling;KAREN ANNE McINTOSH~ 2014/02754 ~ Complete ~54:SMOKING ARTICLE WITH FRONT-PLUG AND METHOD ~71:PHILIP MORRIS PRODUCTS S.A., Quai Jeanrenaud 3, CH-2000 Neuchatel, Switzerland ~72: BADERTSCHER, THOMAS;MEYER, CEDRIC;ZUBER, GERARD~ 33:EP ~31:11196204.9 ~32:30/12/2011 2014/02763 ~ Complete ~54:GROUND ENGAGING IMPLEMENT TOOTH ASSEMBLY WITH TIP AND ADAPTER ~71:CATERPILLAR INC., 100 N.E.Adams StreetPeoria61629-9510Illinois , United States of America ~72: LAHOOD,JAMES ROBERT;RENSKI,WILLIAM J~ 33:US ~31:61/545,109 ~32:08/10/2011;33:US ~31:13/644,555 ~32:04/10/2012

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2014/02766 ~ Complete ~54:SINGLE-LAYER PRINTING METHOD OF PAPER WRAPPER FOR SMOKING ARTICLES ~71:MIQUELY Y COSTAS & MIQUEL,S.A., Tusset 10E-08006Barcelona, Spain ~72: DE MARISCAL RUIGOMEX,PABLO;TOSAS FUENTES,AGUSTIN~ 33:ES ~31:P201131662 ~32:17/10/2011 2014/02767 ~ Complete ~54:SYSTEM FOR CONNECTING A LIFTING DEVICE TO THE SUSPENSION BRACKET OF A VEHICLE ~71:ACCESORIOS Y ELEVADORES VALENCIA,S.L., C/Barranc Pascual23 Pol.IndCampo Anibal46530Puzol Valencia , Spain ~72: MORENO IBANEZ,ALBERTO~ 33:ES ~31:P201131655 ~32:14/10/2011 2014/02760 ~ Complete ~54:NEUTRALISING ANTIBODIES TO THE MAJOR EXOTOXINS TCDA AND TCDB OF CLOSTRIDIUM DIFFICILE ~71:UCB PHARMA S.A., 60 Allee De La RechercheB-1070Brussels, Belgium ~72: COMPSON,JOANNE ELIZABETH;COX,MATTHEW;FISHER,NICOLA LOUISE;HERVE,KARINE JEANNINE MADELEINE;HUMPHREYS,DAVID PAUL;KNIGHT,DAVID EDWARD ORMONDE;LIGHTWOOD,DANIEL JOHN;MACKENZIE,BRENDON;PAGE,MATTHEW JON TIMOTHY;PAYNE,ANDREW CHARLES;TYSON,KERRY LOUISE~ 33:US ~31:61/535,532 ~32:16/09/2011;33:US ~31:61/638,731 ~32:26/04/2012 2014/02771 ~ Complete ~54:TREATMENT OF CANCER WITH TOR KINASE INHIBITORS ~71:SIGNAL PHARMACEUTICALS, LLC, 4550 Towne Centre CourtSan Diego, United States of America ~72: CHOPRA RAJESH;HEGE KRISTEN MAE;LOPEZ-GIRONA ANTONIA;NARLA RAMA K;RAYMOND HEATHER;XU SHUICHAN~ 33:US ~31:61/549 034 ~32:19/10/2011;33:US ~31:61/591 401 ~32:27/01/2012;33:US ~31:61/647 233 ~32:15/05/2012;33:US ~31:61/653 436 ~32:31/05/2012 2014/02774 ~ Complete ~54:DESALINATION SYSTEM WITH ENERGY RECOVERY AND RELATED PUMPS, VALVES AND CONTROLLER ~71:GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY, 1 River Road, United States of America ~72: CHILDS WILLARD D;CONNOR JR MICHAEL J;D'ARTENAY MATTHEW D;VANDERLOOP GERARD J~ 33:US ~31:13/250 463 ~32:30/09/2011 2014/02776 ~ Complete ~54:METERED AND ACTIVE SPRAYER DEVICES WITH AEROSOL FUNCTIONALITY ("FLAIROSOL II") ~71:DISPENSING TECHNOLOGIES B.V, Waterbeemd 4a, Netherlands ~72: HALEVA AARON S;HURKMANS PETRUS LAMBERTUS WILHELMUS;MAAS WILHELMUS JOHANNES JOSEPH;NERVO PAOLO~ 33:US ~31:61/626 067 ~32:20/09/2011 2014/02772 ~ Complete ~54:CATALYTIC DEHYDRATION OF ALCOHOLS AND ETHERS OVER A TERNARY MIXED OXIDE ~71:EASTMAN CHEMICAL COMPANY, 200 South Wilcox Drive, United States of America ~72: NORMAN DAVID WILLIAM~ 33:US ~31:13/234 277 ~32:16/09/2011 2014/02770 ~ Complete ~54:A MEAL INTENDED FOR HUMAN CONSUMPTION ~71:UNILEVER PLC, Unilever House100 Victoria Embankment, United Kingdom ~72: BERRY MARK JOHN;BLIGH HEATHER FRANCES JENNIFER;FOWLER MARK IAN;HUNTER KARL JOHN;MACAULAY KATRINA~ 33:EP ~31:11191182.2 ~32:29/11/2011 2014/02773 ~ Complete ~54:USE OF PHENYLPYRAZOLIN-3-CARBOXYLATES FOR IMPROVING PLANT YIELD ~71:BAYER INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY GMBH, Alfred-Nobel-strasse 10Monheim, Germany ~72: BICKERS UDO;BONFIG-PICARD GEORG;HACKER ERWIN;HESS MARTIN;HILLS MARTIN JEFFREY;LEHR STEFAN;RUIZ-SANTAELLA MORENO JUAN PEDRO;SCHMIDT MATHIAS;ZIEMER FRANK~ 33:EP ~31:11181705.2 ~32:16/09/2011 2014/02777 ~ Complete ~54:IMPACT EXTRUDED CONTAINERS FROM RECYCLED ALUMINUM SCRAP ~71:BALL CORPORATION, 10 Longs Peak, United States of America ~72: CHATEY ANTHONY;MELANCON SAMUEL;PLATEK STANLEY M;SILES JOHN L~ 33:US ~31:61/535 807 ~32:16/09/2011

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2014/02778 ~ Provisional ~54:PLUGSAFE ~71:SUSANNA MAGDALENA DENYSSCHEN, 217 Calanbria StrMonodeor, South Africa ~72: SUSANNA MAGDALENA DENYSSCHEN~ 2014/02751 ~ Provisional ~54:EDUCATIONAL CARDS - ECARDS ~71:MANDLENKOSI VK NGCOBO, 75 Towerbridge Garden Stonebridge , South Africa ~72: MANDLENKOSI VIKA NGCOBO;THOKOZANI MBHATHA~ 2014/02756 ~ Complete ~54:IMMEDIATE RELEASE 4-METHYL-3-[[4-(3-PYRIDINYL)]AMINO]-N-[5-(4-METHYL1H-IMIDAZOL-1-YL)-3-(TRIFLUOROMETHYL)PHENYL]BENZAMIDE FORMULATION ~71:NOVARTIS, Litchstrasse 35, CH-4056 Basel, Switzerland ~72: BHARDWAJ, UPKAR;BORDAWEKAR, MANGESH SADASHIV;COMFORT, ANN REESE;LI, PING;LI, SHOUFENG;MAKAROV, ALEXEY~ 33:US ~31:61/559,281 ~32:14/11/2011 2014/02761 ~ Complete ~54:PACKING SYSTEM AND USE THEREOF ~71:SOCIETE LORRAINE DE CAPSULES METALLIQUES-MANUFACTURE DE BOUCHAGE(SOLOCAP-MAB), 130 Chemin Des LacsF88140Contrexeville, France ~72: ANTIER,GREGORY;STONE,ANDREW~ 33:FR ~31:1159656 ~32:25/10/2011 2014/02769 ~ Complete ~54:SYSTEMS AND METHODS FOR IMPROVED WATER ROTORS ~71:FERGUSON FREDERICK D, 12 Peters Point RoadChelsea QC, Canada ~72: FERGUSON FREDERICK D~ 33:US ~31:13/236 955 ~32:20/09/2011 2014/02775 ~ Complete ~54:SYSTEMS AND METHODS FOR CONTINOUSLY PRODUCING CARBON NANOSTRUCTURES ON REUSABLE SUBSTRATES ~71:APPLIED NANOSTRUCTURED SOLUTIONS LLC, 2323 Eastern Blvd, United States of America ~72: ALBERDING MARK R;JONES MELISSA L;PETERSON BRADLEY W;SHAH TUSHAR K~ 33:US ~31:61/549 182 ~32:19/10/2011;33:US ~31:61/707 738 ~32:28/09/2012 2014/02755 ~ Complete ~54:PROCESS FOR CONVERSION OF A CELLULOSIC MATERIAL ~71:SHELL INTERNATIONALE RESEARCH MAATSCHAPPIJ B.V., Carel van Bylandtlaan 30, NL-2596 HR The Hague , Netherlands ~72: BOON, ANDRIES QUIRIN MARIA;ESPINOSA ALONSO, LETICIA;GOSSELINK, JOHAN WILLEM;HARRIS, JOHN WILLIAM;JANSSEN, ANDRIES HENDRIK;LANGE, JEAN-PAUL;SCHAVERIEN, COLIN JOHN;WAY, NICOLAAS WILHELMUS JOSEPH~ 33:EP ~31:11189049.7 ~32:14/11/2011;33:EP ~31:12190054.2 ~32:25/10/2012 2014/02759 ~ Complete ~54:NOVEL MANGANESE COMPRISING NANOSTRUCTURES ~71:SPAGO IMAGING AB , Grev Turegatan 7S-114 46Stockholm, Sweden ~72: AXELSSON,OSKAR;EK,FREDEDRIK;LAURITZSON,PETTER;PETORAL JR,RODRIGO M~ 33:EP ~31:11182528.7 ~32:23/09/2011 2014/02762 ~ Complete ~54:GROUND ENGAGING IMPLEMENT TOOTH ASSEMBLY WITH TIP AND ADAPTER ~71:CATERPILLAR INC ., 100 N.E. Adams StreetPeoria61629-9510Illinois , United States of America ~72: LAHOOD,JAMES ROBERT;RENSKI,WILLIAM J~ 33:US ~31:61/545,107 ~32:07/10/2011;33:US ~31:13/644,518 ~32:04/10/2012 2014/02750 ~ Provisional ~54:MICRO-WAVE/FRIDGE/FREEZER ~71:NJABULO MSIMANGA, 479 Korhaan Cresent, Rabie-Ridge, South Africa ~72: NJABULO MSIMANGA~ 2014/02748 ~ Provisional ~54:3D-BANNER ~71:NORMAN CLIFFORD VENN, 89 Pitzer Road, Glen Austin , South Africa ~72: NORMAN CLIFFORD VENN~

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2014/02752 ~ Complete ~54:ENERGY ABSORBER AND FALL ARREST SYSTEM SAFETY DEVICE ~71:LATCHWAYS PLC, Hopton ParkDevizes, Wiltshire SN10 2JP, United Kingdom ~72: JONES, KARL;JONES, OWAIN~ 33:GB ~31:1118597.2 ~32:27/10/2011;33:GB ~31:1213064.7 ~32:23/07/2012 2014/02764 ~ Complete ~54:GROUND ENGAGING IMPLEMENT TOOTH ASSEMBLY WITH TIP AND ADAPTER ~71:CATERPILLAR INC., 100 N.E.Adams StreetPeoria61629-9510Illinois , United States of America ~72: CONGDON,THOMAS MARSHALL;KOTTAKAPU,SUDHA;LAHOOD,JAMES ROBERT;RENSKI,WILLIAM J~ 33:US ~31:61/545,110 ~32:08/10/2011;33:US ~31:13/644,493 ~32:04/10/2012 . - APPLIED ON 2014/04/16 -

2014/02782 ~ Provisional ~54:A METHOD OF OBTAINING SEISMIC INFORMATION ~71:DETNET SOUTH AFRICA (PTY) LTD, AECI Place, The Woodlands, Woodlands Drive, Woodmead, South Africa ~72: KRUGER, Michiel Jacobus~ 2014/02783 ~ Provisional ~54:SECURE TRANSMISSION OF A SUPPLEMENTARY PAYMENT CREDENTIAL ~71:VISA INTERNATIONAL SERVICE ASSOCIATION, P.O. Box 8999San Francisco, United States of America ~72: HUXHAM, Horatio Nelson~ 2014/02784 ~ Provisional ~54:ELECTRODES FOR ELECTROWINNING AND ELECTROREFINING ~71:HUMAN, Jan Petrus, 15 LOBELIA STREET, SOMERSET WEST, South Africa ~72: HUMAN, Jan Petrus~ 2014/02785 ~ Provisional ~54:ELECTRICAL STORAGE BATTERIES ~71:Jan Petrus Human, 15 Lobelia Street, Somerset West, South Africa ~72: Jan Petrus Human~ 2014/02786 ~ Provisional ~54:ELECTRODES FOR ELECTROWINING AND ELECTROREFINING ~71:Jan Petrus Human, 15 Lobelia Street, Somerset West, South Africa ~72: Jan Petrus Human~ 2014/02787 ~ Provisional ~54:METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR AUTHORIZING A TRANSACTION ~71:VISA INTERNATIONAL SERVICE ASSOCIATION, P.O. Box 8999San Francisco, United States of America ~72: HUXHAM, Horatio Nelson;MOSS, Tara Anne;O'REGAN, Alan Joseph;VAN WYK, Hough Arie~ 2014/02789 ~ Complete ~54:PROCESS FOR THE PREPARATION OF BORTEZOMIB MANNITOL ESTER ~71:CIPLA LIMITED, Cipla House,Peninsula Business Park,Ganpatrao Kadam Marg,Lower Parel, India ~72: KANKAN, Rajendra Narayanrao;PATHI, Srinivas Laxminarayan;PUPPALA, Ravikumar;RAO, Dharmaraj Ramachandra~ 33:IN ~31:1431/MUM/2013 ~32:16/04/2013 2014/02794 ~ Complete ~54:POROUS PROPPANTS ~71:ROHRING, Steve, 2462 CAYUGA STREET, NIAGARA FALLS, NEW YORK 14304, USA, United States of America ~72: ROHRING, Steve~ 33:US ~31:61/549,878 ~32:21/10/2011 2014/02790 ~ Complete ~54:NEW THIO DERIVATIVES BEARING LACTAMS AS POTENT HDAC INHIBITORS AND THEIR USES AS MEDICAMENTS ~71:SIGMA-TAU INDUSTRIE FARMACEUTICHE RIUNITE S.p.A., VIALE SHAKESPEARE, 47, I-00144 ROME, ITALY, Italy ~72: BATTISTUZZI, Gianfranco;CABRI, Walter;FANTO', Nicola;GIANNINI, Giuseppe;PISANO, Claudio;VESCI, Loredana;VIGNOLA, Davide~ 33:EP ~31:11181832.4 ~32:19/09/2011 2014/02791 ~ Complete ~54:MODULATION OF MACROPHAGE ACTIVATION ~71:TRANSGENE SA, BD GONTHIER D'ANDERNACH, PARC D'INNOVATION, F-67405 ILLKIRCH, FRANCE, France ~72: HAEGEL, Hlne;HALLET, Rmy~ 33:EP ~31:11306368.9 ~32:21/10/2011

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2014/02792 ~ Complete ~54:PACKAGING MATERIAL, PACKAGE AND PACKAGING BLANK ~71:INTERCONTINENTAL GREAT BRANDS LLC, 100 DEFOREST AVENUE, EAST HANOVER, NEW JERSEY 07936, USA, United States of America ~72: POITEVIN, Patrick~ 33:GB ~31:1116277.3 ~32:21/09/2011 2014/02793 ~ Complete ~54:CITRUS TRISTEZA VIRUS BASED VECTORS FOR FOREIGN GENE/S EXPRESSION ~71:UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA RESEARCH FOUNDATION, INC., 223 GRINTER HALL, GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA 32611, U.S.A., United States of America ~72: DAWSON, William, O.;EL-MOHTAR, Choaa;FOLIMONOVA, Svetlana, Y.~ 33:US ~31:61/537,154 ~32:21/09/2011 2014/02795 ~ Complete ~54:3,4-DI-SUBSTITUTED PYRIDINE COMPOUND, METHODS OF USING AND COMPOSITIONS COMPRISING THE SAME ~71:ARDEA BIOSCIENCES, INC., 4939 Directors Place, San Diego, United States of America ~72: QUART, Barry, D.;YEH, Li-Tain~ 33:US ~31:61/555,450 ~32:03/11/2011;33:US ~31:61/616,363 ~32:27/03/2012 2014/02779 ~ Provisional ~54:STRESS STONE CUTTING ~71:BRUWER, Frederick Johannes, c/o 109 Main Road, South Africa;DECKERT, Carl Helmuth, c/o 109 Main Road, South Africa ~72: BRUWER, Frederick Johannes;DECKERT, Carl Helmuth~ 2014/02780 ~ Provisional ~54:EYELASH EXTENSION ARRANGEMENT ~71:Elma LINTZ, 13 Schubert Street, South Africa;Klaus-Peter LINTZ, 13 Schubert Street, South Africa ~72: Elma LINTZ;Klaus-Peter LINTZ~ 2014/02788 ~ Complete ~54:THERMAL INSULATION ARRANGEMENT ~71:Mohamed FOUAD, 39 Durham Close, South Africa ~72: Mohamed FOUAD~ 33:ZA ~31:2013/09002 ~32:02/12/2013 2014/02781 ~ Provisional ~54:FOOD PLATE ~71:REID, Malcolm, McKenzie, 481 Manning Road, Glenwood, Durban, 4001, Republic of South Africa, South Africa ~72: REID, Malcolm, McKenzie~ 2014/02798 ~ Provisional ~54:JUMBO ELECTRICAL SAVER ~71:NGOAKO NELSON RAPHIRI, 6607 Ramochana D4 Street, South Africa ~72: NGOAKO NELSON RAPHIRI~ 2014/02802 ~ Provisional ~54:APPARATUS FOR SEPARATING PACKAGING FROM PACKAGED PRODUCT ~71:DMCRI BUSINESS TRUST, REPRESENTED BY TRUSTEES: 1. DARRIN GARY MCCOMB 2. JUDY ELAINE MCCOMB 3. MARIUS PRETORIUS, 49 Victory Avenue, South Africa ~72: BARRY PLATT;DARRIN MCCOMB~ 2014/02807 ~ Complete ~54:MATERIAL FEEDING ARRANGEMENT AND METHOD FOR A DC-ARC SMELTER FURNACE ~71:GREYLING FREDERIK PETRUS, 53 Coetzee StreetMiddleburg, South Africa;GREYLING HENDRIK WILLEM, Farm 375 BankfonteinMiddleburg, South Africa ~72: GREYLING FREDERIK PETRUS;GREYLING HENDRIK WILLEM~ 33:ZA ~31:2013/02720 ~32:16/04/2013 2014/02810 ~ Complete ~54:INTERNAL CONVECTION CELL ~71:FLUIDIC INC, 8455 North 90th StreetSuite 417, United States of America ~72: FRIESEN CODY A;FRIESEN GRANT;HAYES JOEL;KRISHNAN RAMKUMAR~ 33:US ~31:61/555 982 ~32:04/11/2011 2014/02821 ~ Complete ~54:APPARATUS AND METHOD FOR RUNNING APPLICATION IN MOBILE TERMINAL ~71:SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS CO., LTD, 129, Samsung-Ro, YEongtong-Gu, Suwon-Si, GyeonggiDo, 443-742, Republic of Korea ~72: KIM, DO-YEON;KOO, HYE-WON;KU, HAN-JUN;LEE, CHUNG-KYU;LEE, EUN-JOO~ 33:KR ~31:10-2011-0094588 ~32:20/09/2011 2014/02796 ~ Provisional ~54:E.Z CLAMP ~71:VRASITHAS FOURITHIS, Plot 104/105 BarnardsvleiMooinooi, South Africa ~72: QUENTIN GROENEWALD;VRASITHAS FOURITHIS~

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2014/02800 ~ Complete ~54:PAYMENT METHOD ~71:MICHAEL SIDNEY DALBY, 132 15th STREET , South Africa ~72: MICHAEL SIDNEY DALBY;ROSS BEERMAN~ 33:ZA ~31:2013/03141 ~32:30/04/2013 2014/02813 ~ Complete ~54:STRESS AND/OR ACCUMULATED DAMAGE MONITORING SYSTEM ~71:TECH MINING PTY LTD ACN 153 118 024, C/-SHRADER SINGH & CO PTY LTD, Suite 15C 79 Centre, Dandenong Rd, Dingley Village, 3172, Victoria , Australia ~72: APONSO, LASHA BIYANGA;CHITTY, GERARD BERNARD~ 33:AU ~31:2011903848 ~32:20/09/2011;33:AU ~31:2012902335 ~32:05/06/2012 2014/02817 ~ Complete ~54:SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR SUPPORTING AN EXERCISE MOVEMENT ~71:FRIEDRICH-ALEXANDER-UNIVERSITAT ERLANGEN-NURNBERG, Schlossplatz 4, 91054, Erlangen, Germany ~72: LOCHMANN, MATTHIAS~ 2014/02839 ~ Complete ~54:PRODUCTION METHOD FOR POWDER CONTAINING CRYSTALLINE a,aTREHALOSE DIHYDRATE ~71:HAYASHIBARA CO., LTD, 675-1FujisakiNaka-kuOkayama, Japan ~72: IZAWA SEISUKE;SHIBUYA TAKASHI~ 33:JP ~31:2011-206482 ~32:21/09/2011;33:JP ~31:2012-168474 ~32:30/07/2012 2014/02842 ~ Complete ~54:PHOSPHORUS MODIFIED ZEOLITE CATALYST ~71:ExxonMobil Research and Engineering Company, 1545 Route 22 East, P.O. Box 900, Annandale 08801-0900, NJ, United States of America ~72: BEUTEL, TILMAN W.;DAAGE, MICHEL A.;HICKEY, KARLTON;MCCARTHY, STEPHEN J.;WALDRUP, BEAU~ 33:US ~31:51/548,044 ~32:17/10/2011;33:US ~31:61/548,015 ~32:17/10/2011;33:US ~31:61/548,038 ~32:17/10/2011;33:US ~31:61/548,052 ~32:17/10/2011;33:US ~31:61/548,057 ~32:17/10/2011;33:US ~31:61/548,064 ~32:17/10/2011 2014/02847 ~ Complete ~54:REGULATION OF SODIUM CHANNELS BY PLUNC PROTEINS ~71:THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA AT CHAPEL HILL, 308 Bynum Hall, Campus 4105, Chapel Hill 275994105, NC, United States of America ~72: DONALDSON, SCOTT;STUTTS, MONROE JACK;TARRAN, ROBERT~ 33:US ~31:61/536,647 ~32:20/09/2011 2014/02805 ~ Provisional ~54:MOBILE DISPLAY DEVICE ~71:SUSAN DAWN MILLER, 118 Oak AvenueMarlands, South Africa ~72: NEIL MILLER~ 2014/02815 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD FOR PRODUCING SYNTHESIS GAS BY GASIFYING A BIOMASS IN A FLUIDIZED BED ~71:THYSSENKRUPP INDUSTRIAL SOLUTIONS AG, Thyssenkrupp Allee 1, 45143, Essen, Germany ~72: ABRAHAM, RALF;HEINRITS-ADRIAN, MAX;PAVONE, DOMENICO~ 33:DE ~31:10 2011 114 171.9 ~32:19/09/2011 2014/02818 ~ Complete ~54:VEGETATION BED, AND METHOD FOR CULTIVATING PLANTS ~71:TORAY INDUSTRIES, 1-1, Nihonbashi-Muromachi, 2-Chome. Chuo-Ku, Tokyo, 1038666, Japan ~72: KAJIYAMA, HIROSHI;MATSUMOTO, SHIGETO;SHIRAI, TAKAMUNE~ 33:JP ~31:2011-225798 ~32:13/10/2011 2014/02825 ~ Complete ~54:GRAPHITE THERMAL DECONTAMINATION WITH REDUCING GASES ~71:ELECTRICITE DE FRANCE, 22-30, Avenue De Wagram, F-75008, Paris, France ~72: BROWN THOMAS;MASON, J BRADLEY;OLANDER, JONATHAN;TOABZADEH, SAHAR~ 2014/02801 ~ Provisional ~54:INDUCTION COOKER ~71:EGGNIFFICENT (PTY) LTD, 123 KleinboschKoppie Street, South Africa ~72: COETZEE WILLEM WOUTER;NIEUWOUDT JAMES GEORGE;SCHWARZ WALDEMAR;VAN STADEN JACOBUS FREDERICK~

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2014/02806 ~ Complete ~54:ANTENNA ARRANGEMENT ~71:POYNTING ANTENNAS (PTY) LIMITED, 33 Thora CrescentWynberg, South Africa ~72: VALE CHRISTOPHER ALFRED WOLFGANG~ 33:ZA ~31:2011/07758 ~32:24/10/2011 2014/02808 ~ Provisional ~54:ANTIBODY FRAGMENTS SPECIFIC TO VON WILLEBRAND FACTOR PROPEPTIDE (VWFPP) ~71:UNIVERSITY OF THE FREE STATE, Department of MicrobialBiochemical and Food BiotechnologyNelson Mandela Drive, South Africa ~72: MEIRING SARAH MURIEL;SETLAI BOTLE DIRONTSO PRECIOUS~ 2014/02814 ~ Complete ~54:POSITIVE DISPLACEMENT PUMP AND OPERATING METHOD THEREOF ~71:AKER WIRTH GMBH, Kolner Strabe 71-73, 41812, Erkelenz, Germany ~72: GIESSBACH, ALFRED;JAEGER, NORBERT~ 33:DE ~31:10 2011 054 073.3 ~32:30/09/2011;33:DE ~31:10 2011 054 074 ~32:30/09/2011 2014/02822 ~ Complete ~54:EMBOSSED THERMOPLASTIC LABEL ~71:AVERY DENNISON CORPORATION, 150 N. Orange Grove BLVD., Pasadena, 91103, California, United States of America ~72: HANNINGTON, MICHAEL;HEEDERIK, PETER J;OWUSU, OSEI~ 33:US ~31:61/537,045 ~32:20/09/2011 2014/02826 ~ Complete ~54:VANADIUM FLOW CELL ~71:DEEYA ENERGY, INC., 48611 Warm Springs BLVD., Fremont, 94539, California, United States of America ~72: KESHAVARZ, MAJID;ZU, GE~ 33:US ~31:61547,643 ~32:14/10/2011;33:US ~31:13/651,230 ~32:12/10/2012 2014/02829 ~ Complete ~54:COMPOUNDS WITH NEMATICIDAL ACTIVITY ~71:BAYER INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY GMBH, Alfred-Nobel-Str 10, 40789, Monheim, Germany ~72: CARLES, LIONEL;COQUERON, PIERRE-YVES;DESBORDES, PHILIPPE;FUSSLEIN, MARTIN;GORGENS, ULRICH;GREUL, JORG NICO;ILG, KERSTIN;KATHER, KRISTIAN;LOSEL, PETER;MALSAM, OLGA;MANSFIELD, DARREN;MERESSE, PHILIPPE;REICK, HEIKO;REIDRICH, MATTHIAS;RODEFELD, LARS;SCHWARZ, HANS-GEORG;VOERSTE, ARND~ 33:EP ~31:11187507.6 ~32:02/11/2011;33:US ~31:61/555,127 ~32:03/11/2011;33:EP ~31:11194886.5 ~32:21/12/2011 2014/02833 ~ Provisional ~54:METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR ADAPTIVE TRAFFIC CONTROL ~71:SYNTELL PROPRIETARY LIMITED, 64-74 White Road, South Africa ~72: LEWIS ROGER ALEXANDER~ 2014/02836 ~ Complete ~54:COMESTIBLE ANIMAL CHEW AND PLAY TOY ~71:NESTEC S.A., Avenue Nestle 55, Switzerland ~72: DIXON DAN K~ 33:US ~31:61/626 056 ~32:20/09/2011 2014/02837 ~ Complete ~54:THERMALLY INSULATED COMPONENTS FOR EXHAUST SYSTEMS ~71:3M INNOVATIVE PROPERTIES COMPANY, 3M CenterPost Office Box 33427, United States of America ~72: DIETZ PETER T~ 33:US ~31:61/537 600 ~32:22/09/2011 2014/02843 ~ Complete ~54:PHOSPHORUS MODIFIED ZEOLITE CATALYSTS ~71:ExxonMobil Research and Engineering Company, 1545 Route 22 East, P.O. Box 900, Annandale 08801-0900, NJ, United States of America ~72: BEUTEL, TILMAN W.;DAAGE, MICHEL;HICKEY, KARLTON J.;MCCARTHY, STEPHEN J.;WALDRUP, BEAU~ 33:US ~31:61/548,015 ~32:17/10/2011;33:US ~31:61/548,038 ~32:17/10/2011;33:US ~31:61/548,044 ~32:17/10/2011;33:US ~31:61/548,052 ~32:17/10/2011;33:US ~31:61/548,057 ~32:17/10/2011;33:US ~31:61/548,064 ~32:17/10/2011 2014/02846 ~ Complete ~54:DEVICE FOR REMOVING DELIVERY MEMBER SHIELDS ~71:SHL GROUP AB, IP Department, Box 1240, Augustenndalsvagen 19, Nacka Strand SE-13128, Sweden ~72: HOLMQVIST, ANDERS~ 33:SE ~31:1150962-7 ~32:17/10/2011;33:US ~31:61/547,913 ~32:17/10/2011

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2014/02848 ~ Complete ~54:POLYMER INTERLAYERS COMPRISING EPOXIDIZED VEGETABLE OIL ~71:SOLUTIA INC., 575 Maryville Centre Drive, St. Louis 63141, MO, United States of America ~72: CHEN, WENJIE;MA, YINONG~ 33:US ~31:13/240,834 ~32:22/09/2011 2014/02830 ~ Complete ~54:HEAT-CONDUCTING DEVICE FOR AN ABSORBER AND METHOD FOR THE PRODUCTION THEREOF ~71:ROBERT BOSCH GMBH, Postfach 30 02 20, Germany ~72: CLEMENT UWE;VIETEN MARTIN~ 33:DE ~31:10 2011 114 053.4 ~32:22/09/2011 2014/02831 ~ Provisional ~54:ROTARY PLOUGHS FOR GASIFIERS ~71:SASOL TECHNOLOGY PROPRIETARY LIMITED, 1 Sturdee AvenueRosebank, South Africa ~72: BEUKMAN MARNUS;DEAS GAVIN;DU TOIT MARCO;FRANCIS DANIEL;HADEBE NATHI;KOEKEMOER ANDREI;STADLER KOBUS~ 2014/02811 ~ Complete ~54:HYDROCARBON FLUID COMPATIBLE MICRONIZED POLYMERS ~71:SHELL INTERNATIONALE RESEARCH MAATSCHAPPIJ B.V., Carel van Bylandtlaan 30, Netherlands ~72: RUSSO JOSEPH MICHAEL;SHEA TIMOTHY MICHAEL~ 33:US ~31:61/553 586 ~32:31/10/2011 2014/02819 ~ Complete ~54:POLYPEPTIDE CONSTRUCTS AND USES THEREOF ~71:TEVA PHARMACEUTICALS AUSTRALIA PTY LTD, Level 2 37 Epping Road, Macquarie Park, 2113, New South Wales, Australia ~72: CLARKE, ADAM;DOYLE, ANTHONY G;KORVER, WOUTER;LIN, JACK TZUCHIAO;MIKESELL, GLEN E;POGUE, SARAH L;POLLARD, MATTHEW;TAURA, TETSUYA;TRAN, STEPHEN;WILSON JR, DAVID S~ 33:AU ~31:2011904502 ~32:28/10/2011 2014/02820 ~ Complete ~54:PHARMACEUTICAL COMPOSITIONS COMPRISING DGLA AND/OR 15-HETRE AND METHODS OF USE THEREOF ~71:DIGNITY SCIENCES LIMITED, First Floor, Block 3 The Oval, Shelbourne Road, Ballsbridge, 44245, Dublin, Ireland ~72: CLIMAX, JOHN;COUGHLAN, DAVID;MANKU, MEHAR~ 33:US ~31:61/549,022 ~32:19/10/2011 2014/02824 ~ Complete ~54:REDUCTION OF GALECTIN-3 LEVELS BY PLASMAPHERESIS ~71:ELIAZ, ISAAC, 721 Jonive Road, Sebastopol, 94572, California, United States of America ~72: ELIAZ, ISAAC~ 33:US ~31:61/568,210 ~32:08/12/2011 2014/02840 ~ Complete ~54:AN IR BLASTER ASSEMBLY ~71:ELLIES (PROPRIETARY) LIMITED, 94 Eloff Street Extension, Village Deep, South Africa ~72: RAUTENBACH, GERT CHRISTIAAN;SAMSON, WAYNE MERVYN GRADUS;THORNE, STEPHEN WESTLEY~ 2014/02832 ~ Complete ~54:PROCESS FOR PREPARING EXPANDED COPOLYMERS BASED ON POLY(METH)ACRYLIMIDE COMPRISING AN ADHESION PROMOTER ~71:EVONIK ROHM GMBH, Kirschenallee, Germany ~72: BERNHARD KAY;BUHLER SEBASTIAN;KRAATZ ARNIM;PIOTROWSKI INA~ 33:DE ~31:10 2011 085 026.0 ~32:21/10/2011 2014/02835 ~ Complete ~54:ONBOARD-INSTALLATION FOR A VEHICLE ~71:KAPSCH TRAFFICCOM AG, Am Europlatz 2, Austria ~72: NAGY OLIVER;POVOLNY ROBERT~ 33:EP ~31:13 164 397.5 ~32:19/04/2013 2014/02844 ~ Complete ~54:SYSTEM FOR FAST AND ACCURATE FILLING OF A TWO-PHASE COOLING DEVICE, NOTABLY A HEAT PIPE, ADAPTED FOR USE IN AUTOMATED PROCESS ~71:THALES NEDERLAND B.V., Zuidelijke Havenweg 40, Hengelo NL-7550 GD, Netherlands ~72: TE RIELE, GERT JAN;TEN HOEVE, HARM JAN;VAN ES, JOHANNES;WITS, WESSEL WILLEMS~ 33:EP ~31:11186242.1 ~32:21/10/2011 2014/02849 ~ Complete ~54:ANTIMICROBIAL FORMULATIONS WITH PELARGONIC ACID ~71:ANITOX CORPORATION, 1055 Progress CircleLawrenceville, United States of America ~72: PIMENTEL JULIO;RICHARDSON KURT~ 33:US ~31:61/549 661 ~32:20/10/2011

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2014/02838 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD FOR CHARGING AN ONBOARD-UNIT WITH AN ELECTRONIC TICKET ~71:KAPSCH TRAFFICCOM AG, Am Europlatz 2, Austria ~72: NAGY OLIVER;POVOLNY ROBERT~ 33:EP ~31:13 164 396.7 ~32:19/04/2013 2014/02841 ~ Complete ~54:PHOSPHORUS MODIFIED ZEOLITE CATALYSTS ~71:ExxonMobil Research and Engineering Company, 1545 Route 22 East, P.O. Box 900, Annandale 08801-0900, NJ, United States of America ~72: BEUTEL, TILMAN W.;DAAGE, MICHEL A.;HICKEY, KARLTON J.;MCCARTHY, STEPHEN J.;WALDRUP, BEAU~ 33:US ~31:61/548,015 ~32:17/10/2011;33:US ~31:61/548,038 ~32:17/10/2011;33:US ~31:61/548,044 ~32:17/10/2011;33:US ~31:61/548,052 ~32:17/10/2011;33:US ~31:61/548,057 ~32:17/10/2011;33:US ~31:61/548,064 ~32:17/10/2011 2014/02797 ~ Provisional ~54:SPIGOTS C.W ~71:VRASITHAS FOURITHIS, Plot 104/105, South Africa ~72: QUENTIN GROENEWALD;VRASITHAS FOURITHIS~ 2014/02799 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD OF CONSTRUCTING A CURVED STRUCTURE AND APPARATUS FOR PERFORMING SUCH METHOD ~71:HALL ALETHEA ROSALIND MELANIE, Plot 40 Driefontein, South Africa ~72: HALL ALETHEA ROSALIND MELANIE~ 33:ZA ~31:2011/07886 ~32:28/10/2011 2014/02803 ~ Complete ~54:ANTIMICROBIAL MIXTURE OF ALDEHYDES, ORGANIC ACIDS AND ARGANIC ACID ESTERS ~71:ANITOX CORPORATION, 1055 Progress CircleLawrenceville, United States of America ~72: PIMENTEL JULIO;RICHARDSON KURT~ 33:US ~31:61/565 276 ~32:30/11/2011 2014/02804 ~ Complete ~54:A LIGHTNING DETECTION AND PROTECTION SYSTEM ~71:PRIMARY TECHNOLOGY SERVICES CC, 139 8th RoadApple Orchards Homestead, South Africa ~72: WHYTE MARK PETER~ 33:ZA ~31:2013/03160 ~32:30/04/2013 2014/02809 ~ Complete ~54:METHODS AND APPARATUS FOR THERMAL ENERGY STORAGE CONTROL OPTIMIZATION ~71:ABENGOA SOLAR INC, 11500 West 13th AvenueLakewood, United States of America ~72: ERICKSON LUKE;GAVILAN ANTONIO;MUREN RUSSELL~ 33:US ~31:61/558 275 ~32:10/11/2011 2014/02812 ~ Complete ~54:PROCESS FOR REDUCTION OF SULFUR IN FCC LIQUID PRODUCTS THROUGH THE USE OF CARBON MONOXIDE AS A REDUCING AGENT ~71:INDIAN OIL CORPORATION LTD., Indian Oil Bhavan 2, Gariahat Road (South), Dhakuria West, Bengal, Kolkata, 700 068, India ~72: KARTHIKEYANI, ARUMUGAM VELAYUTHAM;KASLIWAL, PANKAJ KUMAR;KUMAR, BRIJESH;KUVETTU MOHAN, PRABHU;MALHOTRA, RAVINDER KUMAR;MISHRA, GANGA SHANKER;RAJAGOPAL, SANTANAM;SAROYA, LATOOR LAL;VERMA, BRIJESH KUMAR~ 33:IN ~31:1412/KOL/2011 ~32:03/11/2011 2014/02816 ~ Complete ~54:SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR DETECTING A USER-DEPENDENT STATE OF A SPORTS OBJECT ~71:FRIEDRICH-ALEXANDER-UNIVERSITAT ERLANGEN-NURNBERG, Schossplatz 4, 91054, erlangen, Germany ~72: LOCHMANN, MATTHIAS~ 2014/02823 ~ Complete ~54:PHYTOSEIID PREDATORY MITE RELEASING SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR PRODUCTION ~71:KOPPERT B.V., Veilingweg 14, NL-2651 BE, Berkel En Rodenrijs, Netherlands ~72: BOLCKMANS, KAREL JOZEF FLORENT;STAM, ARNO THEODOOR;VAN BAAL, ADELMAR EMMANUEL;VAN HOUTEN, YVONNE MARIA~ 33:NL ~31:1039058 ~32:20/09/2011 2014/02834 ~ Complete ~54:MOTION VECTOR DETERMINATION FOR VIDEO CODING ~71:QUALCOMM INCORPORATED, Attn: International IP Administration5775 Morehouse Drive, United States of America ~72: KARCZEWICZ MARTA;SEREGIN VADIM;WANG XIANGLIN;ZHENG YUNFEI~ 33:US ~31:61/535 964 ~32:17/09/2011;33:US ~31:61/564 764 ~32:29/11/2011;33:US ~31:61/564 799 ~32:29/11/2011;33:US ~31:13/585 423 ~32:14/08/2012

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2014/02845 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD FOR PRODUCING NUCLEAR FUEL PRODUCTS WITH A HIGH LOADING OF LOW ENRICHED URANIUM AND CORRESPONDING NUCLEAR KERNBRENNSTOFF ~71:COMPAGNIE POUR L'ETUDE Et La REALISATION DE COMBUSTIBLES ATOMIQUES, Tour Areva, 1 Place Jean Millier, Courbevoie F-92400, France ~72: BOURDAT, GILLES;COULLOMB, CHRISTEL;GRASSE, MICHEL;MOYROUD, CHRISTOPHE;STEPNIK, BERTRAND~ 2014/02827 ~ Complete ~54:A TUBE MODULE ~71:ALFA LAVAL CORPORATE AB, Box 73, S-221 00, Lund, Sweden ~72: HOGLUND, KASPER~ 33:EP ~31:11188166.0 ~32:08/11/2011 2014/02828 ~ Complete ~54:CATALYST COMPOSITIONS AND PROCESS FOR ETHYLENE OLIGOMERIZATION ~71:BEIJING RESEARCH INSTITUTE OF CHEMICAL INDUSTRY, CHINA PETROLEUM & CHEMICAL CORPORATION, No 14 Beisanuan East Road, Chaoyang District, 100013, Beijing, People's Republic of China;CHINA PETROLEUM & CHEMICAL CORPORATION, No. 22 Chaoyangmen North Street, Chaoyang District, Biejing, 100728, People's Republic of China ~72: LI, TONGLIN;LI, WEIZHEN;LIU, JUN;PIAO, YULING;WANG, HUAJIE;WANG, JILONG;ZHANG, HAIYANG;ZHENG, MINGFANG~ 33:CN ~31:201310132839.6 ~32:17/04/2013;33:CN ~31:201310132911.5 ~32:17/04/2013;33:CN ~31:201310133037.7 ~32:17/04/2013;33:CN ~31:201310347221.1 ~32:09/08/2013;33:CN ~31:201310347347.9 ~32:09/08/2013;33:CN ~31:201310376576.3 ~32:26/08/2013;33:CN ~31:201310421815.2 ~32:16/09/2013;33:CN ~31:201310492966.7 ~32:18/10/2013 . - APPLIED ON 2014/04/17 -

2014/02891 ~ Provisional ~54:FERROCHROME ALLOY PRODUCTION ~71:SUBLIME TECHNOLOGIES (PTY) LTD , 10 Sherborne Road Parktown, South Africa ~72: COOKSON,KEVIN;PHEIFFER,DAVID MITCHELL~ . - APPLIED ON 2014/04/22 -

2014/02852 ~ Provisional ~54:METHOD OF INSTALLING AN EXTRUDED PLASTIC MESH NET ~71:NCM INNOVATIONS (PTY) LTD, 109 Adcock Ingram Avenue, Aeroton, South Africa ~72: CROMPTON, Brendan Robert~ 2014/02858 ~ Provisional ~54:RECTIFYING A BALANCE OF A FLOAT ACCOUNT ~71:VISA INTERNATIONAL SERVICE ASSOCIATION, P.O. Box 8999San Francisco, United States of America ~72: MEREDITH, Owen David~ 2014/02863 ~ Complete ~54:TAMPER RESISTANT COUPLING ~71:VICTAULIC COMPANY, 4901 Kesslersville Road,Easton, United States of America ~72: BIERY, Wayne M.;DOLE, Douglas R.;SITH, Ahmed~ 33:US ~31:13/888,439 ~32:07/05/2013 2014/02854 ~ Provisional ~54:METHOD FOR PREVENTING WINE HAZE FORMATION ~71:STELLENBOSCH UNIVERSITY, Admin B, Victoria StreetStellenbosch, South Africa ~72: BAUER, Florian Franz;NDLOVU, Thulile~ 2014/02856 ~ Provisional ~54:DC ARC FURNACE SYNTHESIS OF REFINED FERROMANGANESE ALLOYS AND METAL ~71:HARDING, Vernon; BEYLEFELD, Jacques, c/o 48 Soverign Drive, Routh 21 Corporate Park, Irene Ext 30, Centurion, South Africa ~72: HARDING, Vernon; BEYLEFELD, Jacques~ 2014/02864 ~ Complete ~54:A GASTRORETENTIVE DOSAGE SYSTEM AND PROCESS OF PREPARATION THEREOF ~71:RANBAXY LABORATORIES LIMITED, Head Office: 12th Floor, Devika Tower, 06 Nehru Place, India ~72: AHMAD, Shavej;KUMAR, Varinder;SINGH, Romi, Barat~ 33:IN ~31:2922/DEL/2011 ~32:11/10/2011

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2014/02868 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD FOR THE CONTROLLING AND FEEDING OF A POWER PLANT AND POWER PLANT ~71:PISKORZ, Tomasz, Tadeusz , Polna 12, 21-509, Poland;PISKORZ, Waldemar , Polna 12, 21-509, Poland ~72: PISKORZ, Tomasz, Tadeusz;PISKORZ, Waldemar~ 33:PL ~31:P-396453 ~32:27/09/2011 2014/02866 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD FOR CULTIVATING SUGAR CANE ~71:BASF SE, D-67056 LUDWIGSHAFEN, GERMANY, Germany ~72: AZENHA, Antonio Cesar;DEGASPARI, Nilton;QUEIROZ, Paulo Cesar;TAVARES-RODRIGUES, Marco Antonio;TEIXEIRA, Cassio da Silva Cardoso;WERNER, Frank~ 33:EP ~31:11182454.6 ~32:23/09/2011;33:US ~31:61/538,138 ~32:23/09/2011 2014/02853 ~ Provisional ~54:SERVICE INDICATOR DEVICE ~71:ALETTA JACOBA SMIT & LEON RENIER SMIT &MFUNDO SIPHESIHLE MHLONGO, NO:13 SOMME ROADMUSGRAVE, South Africa ~72: LEON RENIER SMIT~ 2014/02857 ~ Provisional ~54:Fire Extinguisher Kit ~71:Komani Discount Centre CC, Langverwacht, Ambordale 1, South Africa ~72: COETZER, Gert Jeremiah;HAVONGA, Chris;MOULANG, Bryan~ 2014/02869 ~ Complete ~54:DISPENSING SYSTEMS ~71:LEO PHARMA A/S, Industriparken 55 , Denmark ~72: DAVIES, Graeme Howard;LACY, Graham Keith;MCLELLAN, Steven;REDDALL, Nicholas Henry;ROGERS, Georgina;SPRADA, Peter;WILCOX, Alun~ 33:US ~31:61/549,952 ~32:21/10/2011;33:US ~31:61/587,907 ~32:18/01/2012;33:US ~31:61/654,5777 ~32:01/06/2012 2014/02855 ~ Provisional ~54:BREATHER TUBE INDICATOR ~71:NCM INNOVATIONS (PTY) LTD, 109 Adcock Ingram Avenue, Aeroton, South Africa ~72: CROMPTON, Brendan Robert~ 2014/02865 ~ Complete ~54:DIESEL OXIDATION CATALYST WITH LAYERED STRUCTURE CONTAINING CERIA COMPOSITION AS PALLADIUM SUPPORT MATERIAL FOR ENHANCED HC AND CO GAS CONVERSION ~71:BASF CORPORATION, 100 PARK AVENUE, FLORHAM PARK, NJ 07932, USA, United States of America;BASF SE, D-67056 LUDWIGSHAFEN, GERMANY, Germany ~72: GERLACH, Olga;GRUBERT, Gerd;HILGENDORFF, Marcus;HOKE, Jeffrey;MLLER-STACH, Torsten;NEUBAUER, Torsten;PUNKE, Alfred;ROTH, Stanley;SUNG, Shiang;WEI, Xinyi~ 33:EP ~31:11182585.7 ~32:23/09/2011 2014/02867 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR PRECISELY CONTROLLING THE SIZE AND SHAPE OF RADIOFREQUENCY ABLATIONS ~71:DIROS TECHNOLOGY INC., 232 Hood Road, Canada ~72: ATLTMEJD, Moshe, Morrie;DARMOS, George, Peter;DARMOS, Peter, George;GAVRILOV, Ilya;IRONSTONE, Joel;ORGAN, Leslie, William~ 33:US ~31:61/547,713 ~32:15/10/2011 2014/02861 ~ Provisional ~54:BLASTING SYSTEM CONTROL ~71:DETNET SOUTH AFRICA (PTY) LTD, AECI Place, The Woodlands, Woodlands Drive, Woodmead, South Africa ~72: KRUGER, Michiel Jacobus~ 2014/02874 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR TREATMENT OF EFFLUENT ACCUMULATING IN A DESALINATION PLANT ~71:Frederick Simon OOSTHUIZEN, Rabenslcke 40, Germany ~72: Frederick Simon OOSTHUIZEN~ 33:DE ~31:10 2011 116 699.1 ~32:24/10/2011 2014/02875 ~ Complete ~54:ANALYZING CLIENT DATA STORES ~71:MIMECAST NORTH AMERICA INC., 203 Crescent Street, Suite 303, Waltham, United States of America ~72: BORENSTEIN, Nathaniel S.~ 33:US ~31:13/273,696 ~32:14/10/2011 2014/02862 ~ Provisional ~54:UNDERGROUND MINE SUPPORT ~71:Stitch Wise (Pty) Ltd, 1 Nursery Road, Westerndeep Levels, South Africa ~72: KILLASSY, Natalie~

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2014/02870 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING A TWO-PART HYBRID WHEEL MADE OF A LIGHT ALLOY, IN PARTICULAR ALUMINUM ~71:SAINT JEAN INDUSTRIES, 180, rue des Frres LumireF69220, France ~72: DI SERIO, Emile, Thomas~ 33:FR ~31:1159645 ~32:25/10/2011 2014/02871 ~ Complete ~54:STAINLESS STEEL PICKLING IN AN OXIDIZING, ELECTROLYTIC ACID BATH ~71:AK STEEL PROPERTIES, INC., 9227 CENTRE POINTE DRIVE, WEST CHESTER, OH 45069, USA, United States of America ~72: GLASS, Amanda, R.;PRICE, David, M.;RODABAUGH, Ronald, D.~ 33:US ~31:61/539,259 ~32:26/09/2011 2014/02973 ~ Complete ~54: METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR OPERATING AN ENGINE ON NATURAL AIR ~71:SUMRA, Hajibhai A., Kalawad Road, Behind Vrandavan Socty., Ruda 1, Plot No. 164 , India ~72: SUMRA, Hajibhai A.~ 33:IN ~31:2686/MUM/2011 ~32:22/09/2011 2014/02872 ~ Complete ~54:FOUNDATION FOR A WIND TURBINE ~71:WOBBEN PROPERTIES GMBH, Dreekamp 5, Germany ~72: Thomas COORDES~ 33:DE ~31:10 2011 085 947.0 ~32:08/11/2011 2014/02873 ~ Complete ~54:COMPOSITE BIOMARKERS FOR NON-INVASIVE SCREENING, DIAGNOSIS AND PROGNOSIS OF COLORECTAL CANCER ~71:KING ABDULLAH UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, 4700 King Abdullah, University of Science And Technology, Saudi Arabia ~72: BAJIC, Vladimir;INCITTI, Roberto;MANSOUR, Hicham~ 33:US ~31:61/548,202 ~32:17/10/2011 2014/02860 ~ Provisional ~54:HYDRAULIC CYLINDER ~71:HENKAL (PTY) LTD, 55 POTGIETER STREETALRODE EX4, South Africa ~72: HENDRIK JOHANNES KALTWASSE~ 2014/02915 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD AND ARRANGEMENT FOR VEHICLE STABILIZATION ~71:VOLVO LASTVAGNAR AB, Goteborg SE-405 08, Sweden ~72: KHARRAZI SOGOL;LAINE LEO;TAGESSON KRISTOFFER~ 2014/02917 ~ Complete ~54:ATTACHMENT PATCH FOR MOUNTING VARIOUS DEVICES ~71:BRIDGESTONE AMERICAS TIRE OPERATIONS. LLC, 535 Marriott DriveNashville, United States of America ~72: RENSEL JOHN D;WILSON PAUL B~ 33:US ~31:13/251 311 ~32:03/10/2011 2014/02925 ~ Complete ~54:IMMUNOBINDERS DIRECTED AGAINST SCLEROSTIN ~71:ABBVIE INC, 1 North Waukegan Road, United States of America;HSIEH CHUNG-MING, 22 Olde Field Road, United States of America;IVANOV ALEXANDER, 12468 Main Campus Drive, United States of America;WAEGELL WENDY, 7 Rice Corner, United States of America ~72: HSIEH CHUNG-MING;IVANOV ALEXANDER;WAEGELL WENDY~ 33:US ~31:61/550 724 ~32:24/10/2011 2014/02907 ~ Complete ~54:DISUBSTITUTED 3,4-DIAMINO-3-CYCLOBUTENE-1,2-DIONE COMPOUNDS FOR USE IN THE TREATMENT OF CHEMOKINE-MEDIATED PATHOLOGIES ~71:GALDERMA RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT , 2400 Route des Colles, Les Templiers, Biot F-06410, France ~72: AUBERT, JEROME;BOITEAU, JEAN-GUY;CLARY, LAURENCE;MUSICKI, BRANISLAV;ROSSIO, PATRICIA;SCHUPPLINOLLET, MARLENE~ 33:FR ~31:1159829 ~32:28/10/2011;33:US ~31:61/552,829 ~32:28/10/2011 2014/02878 ~ Provisional ~54:DIAMOND TRAILER LOCK ~71:ESTHER SUZAN NEUMANN, P.O Box 925Ferndale , South Africa;MICHAEL GLEN HAUGHTAN, P.O Box 925Ferndale , South Africa ~72: ESTHER SUZAN NEUMANN;MICHAEL GLEN HAUGHTAN~ 2014/02892 ~ Complete ~54:USING CONTINUOUS NITRATE MEASUREMENT TO CONTROL AERATION IN AN AERATED-ANOXIC PROCESS ~71:EVOQUA WATER TECHNOLOGIES LLC, 4800 North Point

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ParkwaySuite 250 Alpharetta30022Georgia, United States of America ~72: DOYLE,MICHAEL L;WHITTIER,MICHAEL CASEY~ 33:US ~31:61/560,318 ~32:16/11/2011 2014/02893 ~ Complete ~54:MIXTURE FOR THERMAL ENERGY STORAGE AND DEVICE FOR HEAT STORAGE AND RELEASE USING SAID MIXTURE ~71:OHIKIA S.R.L., Via F.Lli Gabba1/A I-20121Milano, Italy ~72: NEGRISOLO,FRANCESCO;ROSSO,MARIACRISTINA~ 33:IT ~31:MI2011A002050 ~32:11/11/2011 2014/02902 ~ Complete ~54:REFERENCE PICTURE LIST CONSTRUCTION FOR VIDEO CODING ~71:QUALCOMM INCORPORATED, Attn:International IP Administration, 5775 Morehouse Drive, San Diego 92121-1714, CA, United States of America ~72: CHEN, YING;WANG, YE-KUI~ 33:US ~31:61/538,787 ~32:23/09/2011;33:US ~31:61/539,433 ~32:26/09/2011;33:US ~31:61/542,034 ~32:30/09/2011;33:US ~31:13/622,944 ~32:19/09/2012 2014/02926 ~ Complete ~54:PRODUCING PIG IRON FROM IRON-CONTAINING FEED MATERIALS ~71:HOFFMAN GLENN E, 1092 John Clyburn Rd, United States of America ~72: HOFFMAN GLEN E~ 33:US ~31:61/692 014 ~32:22/08/2012;33:US ~31:61/718 510 ~32:25/10/2012;33:US ~31:61/749 215 ~32:04/01/2013 2014/02898 ~ Complete ~54:VIDEO CODING WITH SUBSETS OF A REFERENCE PICTURE SET ~71:QUALCOMM INCORPORATED, Attn: International IP Administration, 5775 Morehouse Drive, San Diego 92121-1714,CA, United States of America ~72: CHEN, YING;WANG, YE-KUI~ 33:US ~31:61/538,787 ~32:23/09/2011;33:US ~31:61/539,433 ~32:26/09/2011;33:US ~31:61/542,034 ~32:30/09/2011;33:US ~31:13/622,961 ~32:19/09/2012 2014/02918 ~ Complete ~54:PUMP FITTINGS AND METHODS FOR THEIR MANUFACTURE ~71:QUANTEX PATENTS LIMITED, 85 Richford Street, United Kingdom ~72: FORD JONATHAN EDWARD;HAYESPANKHURST RICHARD PAUL~ 33:GB ~31:1117297.0 ~32:07/10/2011 2014/02920 ~ Complete ~54:INSECTICIDAL PAINTS ~71:AKZO NOBEL COATINGS INTERNATIONAL B.V., Velperweg 76, Netherlands ~72: KANG KAI;LU JUNBIAO;MCLOUGHLIN DARAGH;OLSEN JORGEN H~ 33:CA ~31:2011/081547 ~32:31/10/2011 2014/02922 ~ Complete ~54:PATTERN FOR ENCODING DIGITAL INFORMATION ON A SURFACE, AND MARKING AND READING METHODS ~71:SICPA HOLDING SA, Avenue de Florissant 41, Switzerland ~72: DECOUX ERIC;VUISTINER DAVE~ 2014/02924 ~ Complete ~54:CONTACT DISPLAY METHOD, INSTANT MESSAGING SOFTWARE CLIENT, AND CLIENT SERVER ~71:TENCENT TECHNOLOGY (SHENZHEN) COMPANY LTD, Room 403East Block 2SEG ParkZhenxing RoadFutian District Shenzhen , People's Republic of China ~72: LIU SHILEI~ 33:CN ~31:201110320427.6 ~32:20/10/2011 2014/02881 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD FOR PROCESSING FISCHER-TROPSCH OFF-GAS ~71:SHELL INTERNATIONALE RESEARCH MAATSCHAPPIJ B.V., Carel van Bylandtlaan 30NL-2596 HR The Hague , Netherlands ~72: BRACHT,MAARTEN;BUNGKU,DESMOND ,ANDREW;LINDERS,XANDER;SADASIVAN VIJAYAKUMARI,SIVAKUMAR;TE BRAAKE,JUSTUS,THEODORUS,GERARDUS;VAN DE GRAAF,WOUTER,DAVID~ 33:EP ~31:11186511.9 ~32:25/10/2011;33:EP ~31:11186514.3 ~32:25/10/2011 2014/02886 ~ Complete ~54:SAWTOOTH STRUCTURE AND TOY BLOCK COMPRISING THE STRUCTURE ~71:KAJIN GROUP PTE.LTD , 20 Collyer Quay#23-01Singapore049319, Singapore;SYNTHIA JAPAN CO.,LTD , 1-53-3-101 Izumi Suginami-KuTokyo, Japan ~72: KIM,SANG HOON;KIMSANG HOON~ 33:KR ~31:10-20110096253 ~32:23/09/2011;33:KR ~31:10-2012-0086355 ~32:07/08/2012

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2014/02894 ~ Complete ~54:CONNECTION ARRANGEMENT OF AT LEAST TWO BODIES,IN PARTICULAR AT LEAST TWO BODIES OF COMPONENTS OF A MECHANICAL AUTOMATION GROUP OF MOVEMENTS,WITH A REMOVABLE CONSTRAINING GROUP ~71:METAL WORK S.P.A., Via Segni5-7-9I25062Concesio (BS), Italy ~72: TAMIOZZO,CORRADO~ 33:IT ~31:MI2011A 002202 ~32:02/12/2011 2014/02895 ~ Complete ~54:METHODS OF PRESERVING INJECTABLE PHARMACEUTICAL COMPOSITIONS COMPRISING A CYCLODEXTRIN AND A HYDROPHOBIC DRUG ~71:JUROX PTY LTD , 85 Gardiner StreetRutherford2320New South Wales , Australia ~72: LAU,KAI;PASLOSKE,KIRBY SHAWN;RICHARDSON,SARAH JANE;WILLIS,AMANDA EILEEN~ 33:AU ~31:2011904970 ~32:29/11/2011;33:AU ~31:2012/904962 ~32:09/11/2012 2014/02896 ~ Complete ~54:A MEMBRANE, AND A NECK INCLUDING SUCH MEMBRANE ~71:TETRA LAVAL HOLDINGS & FINANCE S.A., 70 Avenue General-Guisan, CH-1009, Pully, Switzerland ~72: HAKANSSON, BENGT;JOHANSON, GORAN;RYDBERG, PAR;STILLERUD, LENNART~ 33:SE ~31:1151098-9 ~32:18/11/2011 2014/02903 ~ Complete ~54:AMIDE COMPOUNDS, COMPOSITIONS AND APPLICATIONS THEREOF ~71:Advinus Therapeutics Limited, 21 & 22, Peenya Industrial Area, Phase II, Bangalore 560058, India ~72: BHUNYA, DEBNATH;DATRANGE, LAXMIKANT;HAZARE, ATUL;KHARUL, RAJENDRA;MOOKHTIAR, KASIM A;PATIL, SATISH;SINGH, UMESH;THAKKAR, MAHESH~ 33:IN ~31:3308/CHE/2011 ~32:23/09/2011 2014/02905 ~ Complete ~54:[1,2,3]TRIAZOLO [4,5-D]PYRIMIDINE DERIVATIVES AS AGONIST OF THE CANNABINOID RECEPTOR 2 ~71:F. Hoffmann-La Roche AG, Grenzacherstrasse 124, Basel CH-4070, Switzerland ~72: ADAM, JEAN-MICHEL;BISSANTZ, CATERINA;GRETHER, UWE;KIMBARA, ATSUSHI;NETTEKOVEN, MATTHIAS;ROEVER, STEPHAN;ROGERS-EVANS, MARK~ 33:EP ~31:11188333.6 ~32:08/11/2011 2014/02908 ~ Complete ~54:NEW BICYCLIC DIHYDROISOQUINOLINE-1-ONE DERIVATIVES ~71:F. Hoffmann-La Roche AG, Grenzacherstrasse 124, Basel CH-4070, Switzerland ~72: AEBI, JOHANNES;AMREN, KURT;CHEN, WENMING;HORNSPENGER, BENOIT;KUHN, BERND;LIU, YONGFU;MAERKI, HANS P.;MAYWEG, ALEXANDER V.;MOHR, PETER;TAN, XUEFEI;WANG, ZHANGUO;ZHOU, MINGWEI~ 33:CN ~31:2011/083229 ~32:30/11/2011 2014/02911 ~ Complete ~54:TOOTH FILM FORMULATIONS ~71:COLGATE-PALMOLIVE COMPANY, 300 Park Avenue, New York 10022, NY, United States of America ~72: PILLAI, SHYAMALA;XU, GUOFENG~ 2014/02913 ~ Complete ~54:DECODED PICTURE BUFFER MANAGEMENT ~71:QUALCOMM INCORPORATED, Attn:International IP Administration, 5775 Morehouse Drive, San Diego 92121-1714, CA, United States of America ~72: CHEN, YING;WANG, YE-KUI~ 33:US ~31:61/538,787 ~32:23/09/2011;33:US ~31:61/539,433 ~32:26/09/2011;33:US ~31:61/542,034 ~32:30/09/2011;33:US ~31:13/622,972 ~32:19/09/2012 2014/02888 ~ Complete ~54:GUIDE AND FASTENING DEVICE FOR PLANT SUPPORT WIRES ~71:BORTOLISSI,CLAUDIO, Via Grigoletti 3I-33080Fiume Veneto (PORDENONE), Italy;BORTOLUSSI,FRANCO, Via Grigoletti 11I-33080Fiume Veneto (PORDENONE), Italy ~72: BORTOLUSSI,CLAUDIO;BORTOLUSSI,FRANCO~ 33:IT ~31:PN2011U000035 ~32:28/11/2011 2014/02890 ~ Complete ~54:VEGF/DLL4 BINDING AGENTS AND USES THEREOF ~71:ONCOMED PHARMACEUTICALS ,INC ., 800 Chesapeake DriveRedwood City 94063California , United States of America ~72: BOND,CHRISTOPHER JOHN;GURNEY,AUSTIN L;SATO,AARON KEN~ 33:US ~31:61/538,454 ~32:23/09/2011

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2014/02889 ~ Complete ~54:VEHICLE SEA,IN PARTICULAR A PASSENGER SEAT FOR A BUS ~71:MAN TRUCK & BUS AG , Dachauer StrabBe 66780995Munchen, Germany ~72: BURMEISTER,ACHIM;SCHERELLO,MICHAEL~ 33:DE ~31:10 2013 012 291.0 ~32:24/07/2013 2014/02971 ~ Provisional ~54:CONVEYER SAFETY ~71:BOTHA, CHRISTOPHER, 19 Fita Avenue, Wirlo Park, South Africa;SERRAO, MANUEL CARLOS, 19 Fita Avenue, Wirlo Park, South Africa ~72: BOTHA, CHRISTOPHER~ 2014/02879 ~ Provisional ~54:METHOD AND EQUIPMENT FOR THE RECOVERY OF THERMOPLASTICS MATERIAL FROM CARPET TILES ~71:NOUWENS CUSTOM WEAVE (PTY)LIMITED, 1 Badenhorst Street, South Africa ~72: NICHOLAS CORNELIUS NOUWENS;PIETER PAUL CORNELIUS JOHANNES MARIA NOUWENS~ 2014/02882 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD FOR PROCESSING FISCHER-TROPSCH OFF-GAS ~71:SHELL INTERNATIONALE RESEARCH MAATSCHAPPIJ B.V., Carel van Bylandtlaan 30NL-2596 HR The Hague, Netherlands ~72: BRACHT,MAARTEN;BUNGKU,DESMOND,ANDREW;LINDERS,XANDER;SADASIVAN VIJAYAKUMARI,SIVAKUMAR;TE BRAAKE,JUSTUS ,THOEDORUS,GERARDUS;VAN DE GRAAF,WOUTER,DAVID~ 33:EP ~31:11186512.7 ~32:25/10/2011;33:EP ~31:11186516.8 ~32:25/10/2011 2014/02883 ~ Complete ~54:HEAT TRANSFER FLUID HEATING SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR A PARABOLIC TROUGH SOLAR CONCENTRATOR ~71:ABENGOA SOLAR LLC , 11500 West 13th Avenue 3LakewoodCO 80215, United States of America ~72: MANNING,KERRY;O'ROURKE,DEVEN;STEGALL,NATHAN~ 33:US ~31:61/549,674 ~32:20/10/2011 2014/02899 ~ Complete ~54:REFERENCE PICTURE LIST CONSTRUCTION FOR VIDEO CODING ~71:QUALCOMM INCORPORATED, Attn:International IP Administration, 5775 Morehouse Drive, San Diego 9221-1714, CA, United States of America ~72: CHEN, YING;WANG, YE-KUI~ 33:US ~31:61/538,787 ~32:23/09/2011;33:US ~31:61/539,433 ~32:26/09/2011;33:US ~31:61/542,034 ~32:30/09/2011;33:US ~31:13/622,929 ~32:19/09/2012 2014/02910 ~ Complete ~54:IMMUNOGENIC COMPLEXES OF POLYANIONIC CARBOMERS AND ENV POLYPEPTIDES AND METHODS OF MANUFACTURE AND USE THEREOF ~71:BARNETT, SUSAN W, c/o Novartis Vaccines and Diagnostics Inc., PO Box 8097, Emeryville 94662, CA, United States of America;DEY, ANTU, c/o Novartis Vaccines and Diagnostics, Inc., PO Box 8097, Emeryville 94662, CA, United States of America;NORVARTIS AG, Lichtstrasse 35, CH-4056 Basel, Switzerland ~72: BARNETT, SUSAN W;DEY, ANTU~ 33:US ~31:61/559,512 ~32:14/11/2011 2014/02876 ~ Provisional ~54:5.1 OXIDIZER GUN (BATHING GUN) ~71:HANS JURGENS FOURIE , 61A Seventh Street Fochville, South Africa ~72: HANS JURGENS FOURIE~ 2014/02877 ~ Provisional ~54:BATH BUNK ~71:MONIQUE HUNTER, 7 CHERRYWOOD , South Africa ~72: MONIQUE HUNTER~ 2014/02880 ~ Provisional ~54:COOKING APPARATUS ~71:VAN HUYSSTEEN,GLYNIS MARGARET , 15 Forestwood Zimbali Estates Ballito KwaZulu-natal , South Africa ~72: VAN HUYSSTEEN,GLYNIS MARGARET~ 2014/02897 ~ Complete ~54:MULTI-MEGAWATT OCEAN CURRENT ENERGY EXTRACTION DEVICE ~71:AQUANTIS, INC., 101 East Victoria Street, Suite F, Santa Barbara, 93101, CA, United States of America ~72: DEHLSEN, JAMES B.;DEHLSEN, JAMES G.P.;FLEMING, ALEXANDER~ 33:US ~31:61/628,518 ~32:31/10/2011;33:US ~31:13/454,059 ~32:23/04/2012

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2014/02900 ~ Complete ~54:CODING REFERENCE PICTURES FOR A REFERENCE PICTURE SET ~71:QUALCOMM INCORPORATED, Attn: International IP Administration, 5775 Morehouse Drive, San Diego 92121-1714, CA, United States of America ~72: CHEN, YING;WANG, YE-KUI~ 33:US ~31:61/538,787 ~32:23/09/2011;33:US ~31:61/539,433 ~32:26/09/2011;33:US ~31:61/542,034 ~32:30/09/2011;33:US ~31:13/622,928 ~32:19/09/2012 2014/02904 ~ Complete ~54:TAMPER-RESISTANT ORAL PHARMACEUTICAL DOSAGE FORM COMPRISING A PHARMACOLOGICALLY ACTIVE INGREDIENT, AN OPIOID ANTAGONIST AND/OR AVERSIVE AGENT, POLYALKYLENE OXIDE AND ANIONIC POLYMER ~71:Grunenthal GmbH, Zieglersstrabe 6, Aachen 52078, Germany ~72: BARNSCHEID, LUTZ;BARTOLOMAUS, JOHANNES;GEISSLER, ANJA;SCHWIER, SEBASTIAN~ 33:EP ~31:11009129.5 ~32:17/11/2011;33:EP ~31:12001295.0 ~32:28/02/2012 2014/02906 ~ Complete ~54:NEW ARYL-QUINOLINE DERIVATIVES ~71:F. Hoffmann-La Roche AG, Grenzacherstrasse 124, Basel CH-4070, Switzerland ~72: CACCARELLI, SIMONA M.;CONTE, AURELIA;KUEHNE, HOLGER;KUHN, BERND;NIEDHART, WERNER;OBST SANDER, ULRIKE;RUDOLPH, MARKUS~ 33:EP ~31:11187967.2 ~32:04/11/2011 2014/02909 ~ Complete ~54:PRE-SLAUGHTER DIET INCLUDING METHIONINE ~71:ADISSEO FRANCE S.A.S, Immeuble Antony Parc II, 10, place du General de Gaulle, Antony F-92160, France ~72: PIERZYNOWSKI, STEFAN~ 33:SE ~31:1151056-7 ~32:09/11/2011 2014/02912 ~ Complete ~54:ALCOHOL-FREE MOUTHWASH ~71:COLGATE-PALMOLIVE COMPANY, 300 Park Avenue, New York, NY, United States of America ~72: ARVANITIDOU, EVANGELIA S.;KOHRS, KARSTEN;PERNA, FERNANDO;VOGT, ROBERT~ 2014/02914 ~ Complete ~54:HARD METAL COMPOSITION ~71:H.C. Starck GmbH, Im Schleeke 78-91, Goslar 38642, Germany ~72: GERK, CHRISTIAN;ZUMDICK, MARKUS~ 33:DE ~31:10 2011 117 042.5 ~32:27/10/2011 2014/02884 ~ Complete ~54:DOCUMENT PROCESSING AND NOTATING METHOD AND SYSTEM ~71:PREPIT PTY LTD, 7 Buderim Glen Drive BuderimQLD 4556, Australia ~72: GLASSOP,LINDA~ 33:US ~31:61/559,083 ~32:13/11/2011;33:US ~31:61/655,677 ~32:05/06/2012 2014/02887 ~ Complete ~54:ARTICLE OF CLOTHING ~71:PUMA SE, Puma Way 191074Herzogenaurach, Germany ~72: WILMS-OTTO,CHRISTIANE~ 2014/02901 ~ Complete ~54:REFERENCE PICTURE LIST CONSTRUCTION FOR VIDEO CODING ~71:QUALCOMM INCORPORATED, Attn: International IP Administration, 5775 Morehouse Drive, San Diego 92121-1714, CA, United States of America ~72: CHEN, YING;WANG, YE-KUI~ 33:US ~31:61/538,787 ~32:23/09/2011;33:US ~31:61/539,433 ~32:26/09/2011;33:US ~31:61/542,034 ~32:30/09/2011;33:US ~31:13/622,931 ~32:19/09/2012 2014/02885 ~ Complete ~54:BUBBLE-COLUMN VAPOR MIXTURE CONDENSER ~71:KING FAHD UNIVERSITY OF PETROLEUM & MINERALS , University BoulevardDhahran31261, Saudi Arabia;MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, 77 Massachusetts Avenue Cambridge02139Massachusetts, United States of America ~72: ELSHARQAWY,MOSTAFA;GOVINDAN,PRAKASH;LIENHARD,JOHN;MCGOVERN,RONAN;THIEL,GREGORY~ 33:US ~31:13/241,907 ~32:23/09/2011;33:US ~31:13/548,166 ~32:12/07/2012 2014/02859 ~ Provisional ~54:PUMP ADJUSTING BLOCK ~71:VRASITHAS FOURITHIS, Plot 104\105 Branardsvlei, South Africa ~72: VRASITHAS FOURITHIS~

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2014/02916 ~ Complete ~54:A HANGER BRACKET ~71:MITEK HOLDINGS, INC, 300 Delaware AvenueSuite 1704, United States of America ~72: TAN ROBERT~ 33:AU ~31:2013205474 ~32:29/04/2013 2014/02919 ~ Complete ~54:IMPROVED SOLVENT-FREE LOW ENERGY COATINGS ~71:AKZO NOBEL COATINGS INTERNATIONAL B.V., Velperweg 76Arnhem, Netherlands ~72: EMMETT SIMON NICHOLAS;HORNY JULIE ANNE;LEDINGHAM KATHERINE MARY;PEREZ-AMOROS JAVIER;WHEELER STEPHEN ARTHUR;WOODS ANTHONY DAVID~ 33:EP ~31:11186773.5 ~32:26/10/2011 2014/02921 ~ Complete ~54:ANTIBORY FORMULATIONS AND METHODS ~71:ONCLAVE THERAPEUTICS, Treasury BuildingLower Grand Canal Street, Ireland ~72: GARIDEL PATRICK;HENDERSON ISAAC CRAIG;KLEIN PAMELA~ 33:US ~31:61/551 406 ~32:25/10/2011 2014/02923 ~ Complete ~54:METHODS OF REDUCING OR ELIMINATING PROTEIN MODIFICATION AND DEGRADATION ARISING FROM EXPOSURE TO UV LIGHT ~71:AMGEN INC, One Amgen Center Drive, United States of America ~72: HART ROGER;SHULTZ JOSEPH EDWARD;WELBORN BRENT~ 33:US ~31:61/551 822 ~32:26/10/2011 . - APPLIED ON 2014/04/23 -

2014/02928 ~ Provisional ~54:MANAGEMENT SYSTEM ~71:BARKHUIZEN, WERNER, C/O BADAL ATTORNEYS, 1ST FLOOR 20 BAKER STREET, ROSEBANK 2196, South Africa;BEZUIDENHOUT, JOHANNES, HENDRIK, COENRAD, 58 LEOPARD LANE, ELDORAIGNE MANOR, CENTURION, 0157, South Africa;JANSE VAN RENSBURG, ADRIAAN, WILLEM, 212 SPRINGBOK STRAAT, WIERDAPARK, CENTURION, 0149, South Africa ~72: BARKHUIZEN, WERNER;BEZUIDENHOUT, JOHANNES, HENDRIK, COENRAD;JANSE VAN RENSBURG, ADRIAAN, WILLEM~ 2014/02931 ~ Complete ~54:Methods for Co-Production of Alkylbenzene and Biofuel from Natural Oils ~71:UOP LLC, 25 East Algonquin Road P. O. Box 5017, Des Plaines, 60017-5017, Illinois, United States of America, United States of America ~72: Amarendra Anumakonda;Andrea G Bozzano;Matthew James Griffiths~ 33:US ~31:13/242,833 ~32:23/09/2011 2014/02933 ~ Complete ~54:N- (4 -Quinolinylmethyl) Sulfonamide Derivatives and Their Use as Anthelmintics ~71:E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company, a corporation organized and existing under the laws of the State of Delaware (U.S.A.), 1007 Market Street, Wilmington, 19899, Delaware, United States of America, United States of America ~72: George Philip Lahm;Moumita Kar~ 33:US ~31:61/563,926 ~32:28/11/2011 2014/02936 ~ Complete ~54:Prosthesis Component ~71:Biomet UK Healthcare Limited, Waterton Industrial Estate Bridgend, South Wales, CF31 3XA, United Kingdom, United Kingdom ~72: Mohammed Imran Khan (Dr);Robert John Andrew Bigsby~ 33:GB ~31:1119017.0 ~32:03/11/2011 2014/02939 ~ Complete ~54:Tyrosine Based Linkers for the Releasable Connection of Peptides ~71:Bayer Intellectual Property GmbH, a German company, Alfred-Nobel-Str. 10, 40789, Monheim, Germany, Germany;Bayer Pharma Aktiengesellschaft, Mllerstr. 178, 13353, Berlin, Germany, Germany ~72: Hans-Georg Lerchen;Ingo Flamme;Johannes Kbberling;Nils Griebenow;Rudolf Schohe-Loop;Sven Wittrock;Ursula Krenz~ 33:EP ~31:11187737.9 ~32:03/11/2011 2014/02941 ~ Complete ~54:Thickening Vinyl Copolymers ~71:Unilever PLC, a company registered in England and Wales, Unilever House 100 Victoria Embankment, London Greater London, EC4Y 0DY, United Kingdom, United Kingdom ~72: Adam John Limer;Adam Peter Jarvis;Martin Swanson Vethamuthu~ 33:EP ~31:1116659.2 ~32:28/09/2011

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2014/02943 ~ Complete ~54:Thickening Vinyl Copolymers ~71:Unilever PLC, a company registered in England and Wales, Unilever House 100 Victoria Embankment, London Greater London, EC4Y 0DY, United Kingdom, United Kingdom ~72: Adam John Limer;Adam Peter Jarvis;Jean-Philippe Andre Roger Courtois;Martin Swanson Vethamuthu~ 33:GB ~31:1116660.0 ~32:28/09/2011 2014/02932 ~ Complete ~54:Overload And Elute Chromatography ~71:Genentech, Inc., a corporation organised and existing under the laws of the State of Delaware, 1 DNA Way, MS-49, South San Francisco, 94080-4990, California, United States of America, United States of America ~72: Amit Mehta;Deepa Nadarajah~ 33:US ~31:61/554,898 ~32:02/11/2011 2014/02935 ~ Complete ~54:Balanced System and Method for Production of Microbial Output ~71:Tenfold Technologies, LLC, 801 S Hwy 377, Pilot Point, 76258, Texas, United States of America, United States of America ~72: David P Lanciault;John R Coyne;Michael Lamontagne;Robert Chisholm;Robert N Ames~ 33:US ~31:61/627,633 ~32:13/10/2011;33:US ~31:61/581,679 ~32:30/12/2011 2014/02937 ~ Complete ~54:Retaining System for Installing a Photovoltaic Module ~71:Adensis GmbH, Industriestrasse 65, 01129, Dresden, Germany, Germany ~72: Bernhard Beck;Michael Scholler;Thomas Siedler~ 33:DE ~31:10 2011 116 926.5 ~32:26/10/2011;33:DE ~31:10 2012 008 001.8 ~32:20/04/2012 2014/02938 ~ Complete ~54:Methods and Arrangements for Transmitting and Receiving Downlink Control Information for Mobile Wireless Communication ~71:Telefonaktiebolaget L M Ericsson (publ), , SE-16483, Stockholm, Sweden, Sweden ~72: Christian Hoymann;Daniel Larsson;Havish Koorapaty;Johan Furuskog;JungFu Cheng;Mattias Frenne~ 33:US ~31:61/556,557 ~32:07/11/2011;33:US ~31:61/591,929 ~32:29/01/2012 2014/02940 ~ Complete ~54:Uracil Derivatives as AXL and C-MET Kinase Inhibitors ~71:Cephalon, Inc., a corporation organised and existing under the laws of the State of Delaware, 41 Moores Road P.O. Box 4011, Frazer, 19355, Pennsylvania, United States of America, United States of America ~72: Catherine P Prouty;Kurt A Josef;Rabindranath Tripathy;Reddeppareddy Dandu;Robert L Hudkins~ 33:US ~31:61/559,312 ~32:14/11/2011 2014/02942 ~ Complete ~54:Process for the Coating of Textiles ~71:Bayer Intellectual Property GmbH, a German company, Alfred-Nobel-Strasse 10, 40789, Monheim am Rhein, Germany, Germany ~72: Rolf Irnich;Xuehui Zhao~ 33:CN ~31:PCT/CN2011/001862 ~32:04/11/2011 2014/02944 ~ Complete ~54:Construction of Pipes ~71:Long Pipes Pty Ltd, 18 Castellon Crescent, Coogee Beach, 6166, Western Australia, Australia, Australia ~72: Neil Deryck Bray Graham~ 2014/02930 ~ Complete ~54:Method and Apparatus for Transmitting And Receiving Feedback Information in a Mobile Communication System ~71:Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., a Korean corporation, 129, Samsung-ro Yeongtong-gu Suwon-si, Gyeonggi-do, 443-742, Republic of Korea, Republic of Korea ~72: Hyo-Jin Lee;Ki-Il Kim;Youn-Sun Kim~ 33:US ~31:61/546,294 ~32:12/10/2011;33:US ~31:61/547,294 ~32:14/10/2011;33:KR ~31:10-2011-0113894 ~32:03/11/2011;33:KR ~31:10-2011-0117483 ~32:11/11/2011;33:KR ~31:10-20120008868 ~32:30/01/2012;33:US ~31:61/636,989 ~32:23/04/2012 2014/02934 ~ Complete ~54:Phase Transformation Heat Exchange Device ~71:Beijing Terasolar Energy Technologies Co., Ltd, No.37 Jingsheng Naner Street Jinqiao Science and Technology Industry Basement Zhongguancun Science and Technology Park, Tongzhou District, 100070, Beijing, People's Republic of China, People's Republic of China ~72: Yang Liu~ 33:CN ~31:201110285859.8 ~32:23/09/2011 2014/02945 ~ Complete ~54:REQUIREMENTS CHARACTERISATION ~71:SHL GROUP LTD, THE PAVILLION, 1 ATWELL PLACE, THAMES DITTON, United Kingdom ~72: BARTRAM, David;FLECK, Steven John~ 33:GB ~31:1116864.8 ~32:29/09/2011;33:GB ~31:1119694.6 ~32:14/11/2011

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2014/02946 ~ Complete ~54:CONTAINER SEAL SECURITY DEVICE ~71:HARRY JOLLIFFE, 21 Monti Vista,Valley View Avenue,Morningside, South Africa ~72: HARRY JOLLIFFE~ 33:ZA ~31:2011/07677 ~32:20/10/2011 2014/02947 ~ Complete ~54:ANTI SIPHON DEVICE ~71:HENDRIK OOSTENWALD JOHANNES LAMPRECHT, Unit 15, Pecanwood Industrial Estate,3 Woodlands Drive, South Africa;LOUIS JAMES MARAIS, Unit 15, Pecanwood Industrial Estate,3 Woodlands Drive, South Africa ~72: HENDRIK OOSTENWALD JOHANNES LAMPRECHT~ 33:ZA ~31:2011/08143 ~32:04/11/2011 2014/02948 ~ Complete ~54:MOBILE TREATMENT, DIAGNOSTIC AND MINOR SURGERY FACILITY ~71:MED1 PARTNERS LLC, 2 Bethesda Metro Center, Suite 910, United States of America ~72: BLACKWELL, Thomas, H.;FISCHER, Jeffrey, D.;MASUD, Timothy, J.~ 33:US ~31:61/561,963 ~32:21/11/2011;33:US ~31:61/588,814 ~32:20/01/2012 2014/02950 ~ Complete ~54:RENEWABLE ENERGY MICROGENERATION SYSTEM ~71:SEAB ENERGY LTD, Brandon Thatch Annex,Ringwood, , United Kingdom ~72: SASSOW, NICOLAS W.~ 2014/02929 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD FOR CONTROLLING A WIND TURBINE ~71:WOBBEN PROPERTIES GMBH, Dreekamp 5, Germany ~72: Helge GIERTZ;Wolfgang DE BOER~ 33:DE ~31:10 2011 085 107.0 ~32:24/10/2011 2014/02927 ~ Provisional ~54:BIRD GAURD ~71:Joelle Dountio, Attn: Mark JohnsonHead of Enterprise Development UnitTechnology Transfer and Innovation, South Africa;Joelle Dountio, Vaal University of Technology Vanderbijlpark Campus, South Africa ~72: Jeanne Bresler~ 2014/02951 ~ Provisional ~54:MOT LIGHT ~71:MASILO REUBEN MOTAUNG, 06 Block B, South Africa ~72: MASILO REUBEN MOTAUNG~ 2014/02954 ~ Complete ~54:SOLAR RECEIVER WITH DUAL-EXPOSURE HEAT ABSORPTION PANEL ~71:BABCOCK & WILCOX POWER GENERATION GROUP, INC., 20 S Van Buren Avenue, Barberton, Ohio 44203, United States of America ~72: ALBRECHT, MELVIN J.;KRAFT, DAVID L.;MARSHALL, JASON M.;PERSINGER, JUSTIN A.;WASYLUK, DAVID T.~ 33:US ~31:61/560,215 ~32:16/11/2011;33:US ~31:13/677,545 ~32:15/11/2012 2014/02957 ~ Complete ~54:A LOW COST AND HIGH ACTIVITY HYDROPROCESSING CATALYST ~71:SHELL INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH MAATSCHAPPIJ B.V., Carel van Bylandtlaan 30, NL-2596 HR The Hague, Netherlands ~72: BHAN, OPINDER KISHAN~ 33:US ~31:13/283,389 ~32:27/10/2011 2014/02958 ~ Provisional ~54:VENTILATION DUCT ~71:UNIQUE VENTILATION ANS SUPPORT SYSTEMS (PROPRIETARY) LIMITED, 1 Resnick Street, South Africa ~72: OLEVANO, CESARE;VAN DER MERWE, JACOB JACOBUS~ 2014/02961 ~ Provisional ~54:MOBILE COMPUTER DEVICE,PROGRAM AND METHOD FOR RATING SERVICE LEVELS ~71:TALLORDER SOLUTIONS PROPRIETARY LIMITED , 8 Waterford MewsCentury Boulevard Century City, South Africa ~72: DANIEL JACOBUS BUYS~ 2014/02962 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD FOR PRODUCING OPTIMISED TOMOGRAPHY IMAGES ~71:PIRAMAL IMAGING SA , Route de I'Ecole 13MATRAN CH-1753 , Switzerland ~72: HUTTER,JOACHIM;SCHOLLE,FRANKDETLEF~ 33:DE ~31:10 2011 085 180.1 ~32:25/10/2011

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2014/02963 ~ Complete ~54:COMPOUNDS FOR IMPROVED VIRAL TRANSDUCTION ~71:BLUEBIRD BIO,INC. , 840 Memorial Drive CAMBRIDGE 02139MA, United States of America ~72: BASSAN,ABRAHAM ISAAC;HEFFNER,GARRETT COLLINS~ 33:US ~31:61/541,736 ~32:30/09/2011 2014/02966 ~ Complete ~54:INHIBITORS OF PHOSPHODIESTERASE TYPE 10A ~71:ABBVIE DEUTSCHLAND GMBH & CO.KG, Max-Planck-Ring 2aWIESBADEN 65205, Germany;ABBVIE INC., 1 North Waukegan Road NORTH CHICAGO 60064IL, United States of America ~72: BEHL,BERTHOLD;BLACK,LAWRENCE A;DINGES,JURGEN;DRESCHER,KARLA;GENESTE,HERVE;JAKOB,CLARISSA;JANTOS,KATJA;LAPLANCHE, LOIC;OCHSE,MICHAEL;TURNER,SEAN~ 33:US ~31:61/557,874 ~32:09/11/2011 2014/02970 ~ Complete ~54:HIGH-STRENGTH HOT-DIPPED GALVANIZED STEEL SHEET AND HIGHSTRENGTH ALLOYED HOT-DIPPED GALVANIZED STEEL SHEET,EACH HAVING TENSILE STRENGTH OF 980 MPA OR MORE,EXCELLENT PLATING ADHESION,EXCELLENT FORMABILITY AND EXCELLENT BORE EXPANDING PROPERTIES ,AND METHOD FOR PRODUCING SAME ~71:NIPPON STEEL & SUMITOMO METAL CORPORATION , 6-1Marunouchi 2-chome CHIYODA-KU 100-8071TOKYO, Japan ~72: AZUMA,MASAFUMI;FUJITA,NOBUHIRO;SANO,KOHICHI;WAKABAYASHI,CHISATO~ 33:JP ~31:2011-216967 ~32:30/09/2011 2014/02953 ~ Complete ~54:MEANS AN METHODS FOR GROWING PLANTS IN HIGH SALINITY OR BRACKISH WATER ~71:SEANOVO LTD, 843 Finchley Road, London, NW11 8NA, United Kingdom ~72: LOTVAK, IZHAK LEVI;RONEN, EYAL;SHANI, GIL~ 33:IL ~31:215501 ~32:03/10/2011 2014/02956 ~ Complete ~54:AN AEROSOL GENERATING DEVICE HAVING AN INTERNAL HEATER ~71:PHILIP MORRIS PRODUCTS S.A., Quai Jeanrenaud 3, CH-2000 Neuchatel, Switzerland ~72: COCHAND, OLIVIER;DEGOUMOIS, YVAN;DUBIEF, FLAVIEN;FLICK, JEAN-MARC;THORENS, MICHEL~ 33:EP ~31:11192696.0 ~32:08/12/2011 2014/02959 ~ Provisional ~54:MY PRIDE ~71:SIBONELO BOY CHILIZA, 24 Palmiet Drive Westville , South Africa ~72: SIBONELO BOY CHILIZA~ 2014/02952 ~ Provisional ~54:EARPHONE ~71:ELIAS THAPELO TSHEPHE, PLOT 426 WATER KLOOF, South Africa;KEOLEBOGILE MALAO, Modikwe VillageHouse 0491North West Province, South Africa ~72: KEOLEBOGILE MALAO~ 2014/02955 ~ Complete ~54:A BUILDING ~71:PEARLS MiiHOME IP PTY LTD, 1/79 Dover Drive, Burleigh Heads, Queensland 4220, Australia ~72: WINFIELD, MARK~ 33:AU ~31:2010904506 ~32:08/10/2010 2014/02960 ~ Provisional ~54:A METHOD OF PROMOTING GROWTH AND BRAIN DEVELOPMENT OF AN UNBORN CHILD ~71:TWILLEY,HEILA ALETTA ELIZABETH, 10 Elsabie StreetWilkoppies, South Africa ~72: TWILLEY,HEILA ALETTA ELIZABETH~ 2014/02965 ~ Complete ~54:HETEROCYCLIC CARBOXAMIDES USEFUL AS INHIBITORS OF PHOSPHODIESTERASE TYPE TYPE 10A ~71:ABBVIE INC., 1 North Waukegan Road NORTH CHICAGO 60064IL, United States of America;ADDVIE DEUTSCHLAND GMBH & CO.KG , Max-Planck-Ring 2aWIESBADEN 65205, Germany ~72: DINGES,JURGEN;DRESCHER,KARLA;GENESTE,HERVE;JAKOB,CLARISSA;OCHSE,MICHAEL~ 33:US ~31:61/557,878 ~32:09/11/2011 2014/02967 ~ Complete ~54:PESTICIDAL COMPOUNDS ~71:SYNGENTA PARTICIPATIONS AG, Schwarzwaldallee 215BASEL CH-4058, Switzerland ~72:

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KICKOVA,ANNA;LOISELEUR,OLIVIER;LUKSCH,TORSTEN;O'SULLIVAN,ANTHONY CORNELIUS;PITTERNA,THOMAS~ 33:EP ~31:11187914.4 ~32:04/11/2011;33:EP ~31:12179208.9 ~32:03/08/2012 2014/02969 ~ Complete ~54:HIGH-STRENGTH HOT DIP GALVANIZED STEEL PLATE HAVING EXCELLENT MOLDABILITY,WEAK MATERIAL ANISOTROPY AND ULTIMATE TENSILE STRENGTH OF 980 MPA OR MORE ,HIGH-STRENGTH ALLOYED HOT DIP GALVANIZED STEEL PLATE AND MANUFACTURING METHOD THEREFOR ~71:NIPPON STEEL & SUMITOMO METAL CORPORATION , 6-1Marunouchi 2-chome CHIYODA-KU 100-8071TOKYO, Japan ~72: AZUMA,MASAFUMI;FUJITA,NOBUHIRO;NOZAKI,TAKAYUKI;TAKAHASHI,MANABU;WAKABAYASHI ,CHISATO~ 33:JP ~31:2011-218040 ~32:30/09/2011 2014/02964 ~ Complete ~54:A MEDICAMENT FOR TREATING ANTERIOR EYE DISEASE COMPRISING REBAMIPIDE AND A TEAR-RETAINING AGENT ~71:OTSUKA PHARMACEUTICAL CO.,LTD, 9Kanda Tsukasamachi 2-chomeChiyoda-ku101-8535Tokyo, Japan ~72: HIRATA,YUKI;NAKASHIMA,HIDEO;SHINOHARA,HISASHI;TAKEJI,YASUHIRO;URASHIMA,HIROKI~ 33:JP ~31:2011-240177 ~32:01/11/2011 2014/02968 ~ Complete ~54:DISPENSER ~71:EURO-CELTIQUE S.A., 2avenue Charles de GaulleLUXEMBOURG L-1653, Luxembourg ~72: DUIGNAN,CATHAL;MCDERMENT,IAIN GRIERSON~ 33:GB ~31:1118845.5 ~32:01/11/2011 . - APPLIED ON 2014/04/24 -

2014/02992 ~ Complete ~54:Construct and Method for Synthetic Bidirectional Plant Promoter UBI1 ~71:Dow AgroSciences LLC, 9330 Zionsville Road, Indianapolis, 46268, Indiana, United States of America, United States of America ~72: Diaa Alabed;Manju Gupta;Sandeep Kumar;Terry Wright~ 33:US ~31:61/582,138 ~32:30/12/2011;33:US ~31:61/617,252 ~32:29/03/2012 2014/02991 ~ Complete ~54:Method and Construct for Synthetic Bidirectional SCBV Plant Promoter ~71:Dow AgroSciences LLC, 9330 Zionsville Road, Indianapolis, 46268, Indiana, United States of America, United States of America ~72: Diaa Alabed;Manju Gupta;Sandeep Kumar;Sara Bennett;Susan Jayne;Terry Wright~ 33:US ~31:61/582,148 ~32:30/12/2011;33:US ~31:61/641,956 ~32:03/05/2012 2014/02998 ~ Complete ~54:Venucane: an Electronic Travel Aid for Visually Impaired and Blind People ~71:Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, Sponsored Research & Industrial Consultancy Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur, Kharagpur, 721302, West Bengal, India, India ~72: Bhatlawande Shripad Subhashrao;Jayant Mukhopadhyay;Manjunatha Mahadevappa~ 33:IN ~31:1288/KOL/2011 ~32:30/09/2011 2014/02987 ~ Complete ~54:Impeller for Centrifugal Food Cutting Apparatus and Centrifugal Food Cutting Apparatus Comprising Same ~71:FAM, Neerveld 2, B-2550, Kontich, Belgium, Belgium ~72: Brent L Bucks~ 33:US ~31:61/540,291 ~32:28/09/2011 2014/02988 ~ Complete ~54:Dermal Delivery Compositions and Methods ~71:Agile Therapeutics, Inc., 101 Poor Farm Road, Princeton, 08540, New Jersey, United States of America, United States of America ~72: Agis Kydonieus;Alfred F Altomari;Charles G Arnold;Thomas M Rossi~ 33:US ~31:61/555,546 ~32:04/11/2011;33:US ~31:61/645,778 ~32:11/05/2012 2014/02990 ~ Complete ~54:Choline Composition ~71:Jeffrey M Golini, a citizen, 2376 Main Street, Billing, 59105, Montana, United States of America, United States of America ~72: Jeffrey M Golini~ 33:US ~31:61/626,928 ~32:05/10/2011

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2014/02995 ~ Complete ~54:Method and Device for Improving the Capture of SO2 in Electrolytic Cell Gases ~71:Solios Environnement, a French Socit Anonyme, 25-27 Boulevard de la Paix, 78100, Saint Germain en Laye, France, France ~72: El-Hani Bouhabila;Thierry Malard~ 33:FR ~31:11 61928 ~32:19/12/2011 2014/02984 ~ Complete ~54:Systems and Methods for Multi-Analysis ~71:Theranos, Inc., 1601 S California Avenue Palo Alto, 94304, California, United States of America, United States of America ~72: Elizabeth Holmes;Gary Frenzel;John Kent Frankovich;Joy Roy;Sunny Balwani~ 33:US ~31:PCT/US2011/053188 ~32:25/09/2011;33:US ~31:PCT/US2011/053189 ~32:25/09/2011;33:US ~31:13/244,836 ~32:26/09/2011;33:US ~31:13/244,946 ~32:26/09/2011;33:US ~31:13/244,947 ~32:26/09/2011 2014/02993 ~ Complete ~54:5-Phenyl-Substituted N-(Tetrazol-5-Yl) Aryl Carboxylic Acid Amides and N-(Triazol5-Yl) Aryl Carboxylic Acid Amides, and use Thereof as Herbicides ~71:Bayer Intellectual Property GmbH, a German company, Alfred-Nobel-Str. 10, 40789, Monheim, Germany, Germany ~72: Andreas Van Almsick;Christopher Hugh Rosinger;Elmar Gatzweiler;Hansjrg Dietrich;Hartmut Ahrens;Ines Heinemann;Isolde Huser-Hahn;Ralf Braun;Stefan Lehr~ 33:EP ~31:11187669.4 ~32:03/11/2011 2014/02999 ~ Complete ~54:Feedback Method and Apparatus for Cooperative Multi-Point Communication in Communication System ~71:Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., a Korean corporation, 129, Samsung-ro Yeongtonggu Suwon-si, Gyeonggi-do, 443-742, Republic of Korea, Republic of Korea ~72: Hyo-Jin Lee;Hyoung-Ju Ji;Ki-Il Kim;Seung-Hoon Choi;Youn-Sun Kim;Young-Bum Kim~ 33:US ~31:61/553,494 ~32:31/10/2011;33:US ~31:61/651,829 ~32:25/05/2012;33:US ~31:61/665,491 ~32:28/06/2012 2014/02986 ~ Complete ~54:Cutting Head Assembly for Centrifugal Cutting Apparatus and Centrifugal Apparatus Equipped with Same ~71:FAM, Neerveld 2, B-2550, Kontich, Belgium, Belgium ~72: Brent L Bucks~ 33:US ~31:61/540,246 ~32:28/09/2011 2014/02985 ~ Complete ~54:Liquid Cooling Type Power Conversion Apparatus and Railway Vehicle ~71:Kabushiki Kaisha Toshiba, 1-1 Shibaura 1-chome Minato-ku, Tokyo, 1058001, Japan, Japan ~72: Mitsuyo Yamashita;Yuuji Ide~ 33:JP ~31:2011-209994 ~32:26/09/2011 2014/02997 ~ Complete ~54:Method and Device for Notifying Information of Microblog Client ~71:Tencent Technology (Shenzhen) Company Limited, Room 403 East Block 2 SEG Park Zhenxing Road Futian, Shenzhen, 518044, Guangdong, People's Republic of China, People's Republic of China ~72: Huan Xiong;Minghong Tang~ 33:CN ~31:201210052278.4 ~32:01/03/2012 2014/02989 ~ Complete ~54:Production of Acetyl-Coenzyme a Derived Isoprenoids ~71:Amyris, Inc., 5885 Hollis Street Suite 100, Emeryville, 94608, California, United States of America, United States of America ~72: Adam Leon Meadows;Annie Ening Tsong;Kristy Michelle Hawkins;Timothy Stevens Gardner;Yoseph Tsegaye~ 33:US ~31:61/557,893 ~32:09/11/2011 2014/02996 ~ Complete ~54:Microblog Information Publishing Method, Server, and Storage Medium ~71:Tencent Technology (Shenzhen) Company Limited, Room 403 East Block 2 SEG Park Zhenxing Road Futian District, Shenzhen, 518044, Guangdong, People's Republic of China, People's Republic of China ~72: Dong Chen;Guanghui Yang;He Zou~ 33:CN ~31:201210126849.4 ~32:26/04/2012 2014/03000 ~ Complete ~54:Azole Derivative ~71:Taisho Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd., a corporation organised and existing under the laws of Japan, 24-1, Takada 3-chome, Toshima-ku, Tokyo, 1708633, Japan, Japan ~72: Daisuke Wakasugi;Mitsukane Yoshinaga;Naoki Miyakoshi;Nobutaka Hattori;Shin-Ichi Shirokawa;Takeshi Kuwada;Tomoko Ishizaka;Youichi Shimazaki~ 33:JP ~31:2011-236487 ~32:27/10/2011

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2014/02994 ~ Complete ~54:Anti-Fraud Device ~71:Morpho, 11 Boulevard Gallieni, F-92130, Issy-LesMoulineaux, France, France ~72: Alain Thiebot;Sylvaine Picard~ 33:FR ~31:11/59678 ~32:25/10/2011 2014/03001 ~ Complete ~54:CONTACT INFORMATION SYNCHRONIZATION SYSTEM AND METHOD ~71:TENCENT TECHNOLOGY (SHENZHEN) COMPANY LIMITED, Room 403, East Block 2, SEG Park, Zhenxing Rd,Futian District, Shenzhen, People's Republic of China ~72: WANG, Baohua;WEN, Guanghai;XIAO, Haoyu;YU, Shuangquan~ 33:CN ~31:201110322436.9 ~32:21/10/2011 2014/03002 ~ Complete ~54:CONTACTLESS DATA-TRANSMITTING DEVICE, SECURITY AND/OR VALUE DOCUMENT CONTAINING SAID DATA-TRANSMITTING DEVICE, AND METHOD FOR PRODUCING THE CONTACTLESS DATA-TRANSMITTING DEVICE ~71:Bundesdruckerei GmbH, Oranienstrasse 91, Germany ~72: Alexander FERBER;Denis DONATH;Joachim KLOESER;Jrg FISCHER;Manfred PAESCHKE;Markus TIETKE;Oliver MUTH;Stefan TRLENBERG~ 33:DE ~31:10 2012 203 251.7 ~32:01/03/2012 2014/03003 ~ Complete ~54:METHODS FOR TREATMENT OF DISEASES AND DISORDERS RELATED TO TRANSDUCIN -LIKE PROTEIN 1 (TBL 1) ACTIVITY, INCLUDING MYELOPROLIFERATIVE NEOPLASIA AND CHRONIC MYELOID LEUKEMIA ~71:BETA CAT PHARMACEUTICALS, LLC , 22 Firstfield Road, Suite 280, United States of America ~72: BHALLA, Kapil, N.;HORRIGAN, Stephen~ 33:US ~31:61/556,245 ~32:06/11/2011 2014/03004 ~ Complete ~54:CONTENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS, METHODS, APPARATUS AND USER INTERFACES ~71:TRANSCITY GROUP PTY LTD, 44-48 Rocco Drive, Scoresby, Australia ~72: ALFORD, James;MCNAIR, David~ 33:AU ~31:2011903999 ~32:28/09/2011 2014/02972 ~ Provisional ~54:DRINKING VESSEL PRODUCTS ~71:BROUGHTON, Dallas Lee, 10 GOLDEN POND, 38 AIKEN ROAD, KIRSTENHOF, South Africa;TURNER, Rian Stewart, 3 STARKE ROAD, BERGVLIET, South Africa ~72: BROUGHTON, Dallas Lee;TURNER, Rian Stewart~ 2014/02976 ~ Complete ~54:DISK BRAKE AND BRAKE PAD FOR A DISK BRAKE ~71:KNORR-BREMSE SYSTEME FR NUTZFAHRZEUGE GMBH, MOOSACHER STRASSE 80, D-80809 MNCHEN, GERMANY, Germany ~72: SCHOENAUER, MANFRED~ 33:DE ~31:10 2011 115 213.3 ~32:28/09/2011 2014/02977 ~ Complete ~54:SUPPORT METAL STRUCTURE FOR A FALSE CEILING ~71:CIPRIANI, GIUSEPPE, VIA FORTUNATO DEPERO 25, 38068 ROVERETO TN, ITALY, Italy ~72: CIPRIANI, GIUSEPPE~ 33:IB ~31:PCT/IB2011/055051 ~32:11/11/2011 2014/02975 ~ Complete ~54:DERIVATIVES OF 6-SUBSTITUTED TRIAZOLOPYRIDAZINES AS REV-ERB AGONISTS ~71:GENFIT, PARC EURASANT- LILLE MTROPOLE, 885 AVENUE EUGNE AVINE, F-59120 LOOS, FRANCE, France ~72: BOUROTTE, MARYLINE;DELHOMEL, JEAN-FRANOIS;DUBERNET, MATHIEU;GOUY, MARIE-HLNE~ 33:EP ~31:11306234.3 ~32:27/09/2011;33:EP ~31:12163795.3 ~32:11/04/2012 2014/02974 ~ Complete ~54:DISK BRAKE, IN PARTICULAR FOR A UTILITY VEHICLE, AND BRAKE LINING FOR A DISK BRAKE ~71:KNORR-BREMSE SYSTEME FR NUTZFAHRZEUGE GMBH, MOOSACHER STRASSE 80, D-80809 MNCHEN, GERMANY, Germany ~72: PAHLE, WOLFGANG~ 33:DE ~31:10 2011 115 214.1 ~32:28/09/2011 2014/02978 ~ Complete ~54:APPARATUS AND METHOD FOR PROCESSING A CONCRETE TOWER SEGMENT OF A WIND TURBINE ~71:WOBBEN PROPERTIES GMBH, Dreekamp 5, Germany ~72: Gnther HORN;Norbert HLSCHER;Olaf STRACKE~ 33:DE ~31:10 2011 087 025.3 ~32:24/11/2011;33:DE ~31:10 2012 020 333.0 ~32:17/10/2012

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2014/02979 ~ Complete ~54:COMPOSITE PASSIVE ARMOR PROTECTION ~71:INSTYTUT ODLEWNICTWA, Zakopiaska 73, PL-30-418, Krakw POLAND, Poland ~72: DARLAK, Pawel;DLUGOSZ, Piotr;SOBCZAK, Jerzy~ 33:PL ~31:P.396896 ~32:07/11/2011 2014/02980 ~ Complete ~54:COMPOSITE PASSIVE ARMOR PROTECTION ~71:INSTYTUT ODLEWNICTWA, Zakopiaska 73, PL-30-418, Krakw , Poland ~72: DARLAK, Pawel;DLUGOSZ, Piotr;SOBCZAK, Jerzy~ 33:PL ~31:P.396893 ~32:07/11/2011 2014/02981 ~ Complete ~54:COMPOSITE PASSIVE ARMOR PROTECTION ~71:INSTYTUT ODLEWNICTWA, Zakopiaska 73, PL-30-418, , Poland ~72: DARLAK, Pawel;DLUGOSZ, Piotr;SOBCZAK, Jerzy~ 33:PL ~31:P.396895 ~32:07/11/2011 2014/02982 ~ Complete ~54:COMPOSITE PASSIVE ARMOR PROTECTION ~71:INSTYTUT ODLEWNICTWA, Zakopiaska 73, PL-30-418, Poland ~72: SOBCZAK, Jerzy;DARLAK, Pawel;DLUGOSZ, Piotr~ 33:PL ~31:P.396894 ~32:07/11/2011 2014/02983 ~ Complete ~54:Device for conversion of mechanical energy from sea waves to electric energy ~71:Ensea S.r.l., Via Francesco D'Elia, Italy ~72: GRECO, Paolo~ 33:IT ~31:RM2011A000581 ~32:04/11/2011 2014/03014 ~ Complete ~54:DRILL BIT HAVING A SUNKEN BUTTON AND ROCK DRILLING TOOL FOR USE WITH SUCH A DRILL BIT ~71:SANDVIK INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY AB, Sandviken , Sweden ~72: SEPPALA CONNY~ 33:EP ~31:11186861.8 ~32:27/10/2011 2014/03016 ~ Complete ~54:FOAM BLADE HAVING CONNECTION MEANS ~71:NMC S.A., Gert-Noel-Strasse, Belgium ~72: MAYERES JEAN-PIERRE~ 33:BE ~31:2011/00632 ~32:27/10/2011 2014/03018 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR ENCODING VIDEO,AND METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR DECODING VIDEO ~71:SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS CO.,LTD, 416,Maetan-dong YeongtongguSuwon-siGyeonggi-do 442-742 , Republic of Korea ~72: CHEN,JIANLE;CHEON,MIN-SU;JUNG,HAEKYUNG;KIM,II-KOO;LEE,JAE-CHOOL;LEE,KYO-HYUK;LEE,SANG-RAE;MIN,JUNG-HYE~ 33:KR ~31:10-20090075335 ~32:14/08/2009 2014/03020 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR ENCODING VIDEO,AND METHOD AND APPARATUS FRO DECODING VIDEO ~71:SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS CO.,LTD., 416Maetan-dong YeongtongguSuwon-siGYEONGGI-DO 442-742 , Republic of Korea ~72: CHEN,JIANLE;CHEON,MIN-SU;JUNG,HAEKYUNG;KIM.II-KOO;LEE,JAE-CHOOL;LEE,KYO-HYUK;LEE,SANG-RAE;MIN,JUNG-HYE~ 33:KR ~31:10-20090075335 ~32:14/08/2009 2014/03021 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR ENCODING VIDEO ,AND METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR DECODING VIDEO ~71:SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS CO.,LTD, 416Maetan-dong YeongtongguSuwon-SiGYEONGGI-DO 442-742, Republic of Korea ~72: CHEN,JIANLE;CHEON,MIN-SU;JUNG,HAEKYUNG;KIM,II-KOO;LEE,JAE-CHOOL;LEE,KYO-HYUK;LEE,SANG-RAE;MIN,JUNG-HYE~ 33:KR ~31:10-20090075335 ~32:14/08/2009 2014/03006 ~ Complete ~54:COMPOSITION FOR USE IN TREATMENT OF CANCER ~71:INDIGENOUS THERAPIES HOLDINGS (PTY) LTD, 56 Yelande StreetThe Reeds, South Africa ~72: BOGOSHI MOROLE NTHEDI~ 2014/03008 ~ Complete ~54:A SELF-ACTIVATING HYDROPROCESSING CATALYST AND PROCESS FOR TREATING HEAVY HYDROCARBON FEEDSTOCKS ~71:SHELL INTERNATIONALE RESEARCH

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MAATSCHAPPIJ B.V., Carel Van Bylandtlaan 30NL-2596 HR, Netherlands ~72: BHAN OPINDER KISHAN~ 33:US ~31:13/283 404 ~32:27/10/2011 2014/03010 ~ Complete ~54:SOLAR TUBE PANEL WITH DUAL-EXPOSURE HEAT ABSORPTION ~71:BABCOCK & WILCOX POWER GENERATION GROUP, INC, 20 S Van Buren AvenueBarberton, United States of America ~72: KRAFT DAVID L;MARSHALL JASON M;PERSINGER JUSTIN A;WASYLUK DAVID T~ 33:US ~31:61/560 527 ~32:16/11/2011;33:US ~31:13/677 519 ~32:15/11/2012 2014/03005 ~ Provisional ~54:WIND TURBINE STORAGE CRADLES ~71:CYRIL BASSON, 38 Magnolia Street, South Africa ~72: CYRIL BASSON;DERICK KIRSTEN~ 2014/03009 ~ Complete ~54:NOVEL PURINE DERIVATIVES AND THEIR USE IN THE TREATMENT OF DISEASE ~71:NOVARTIS AG, Lichtstrasse 35, Switzerland ~72: BRIARD EMMANUELLE;FURET PASCAL;LERCHNER ANDREAS;MEIER PETER;RADETICH BRANKO;SANDHAM DAVID ANDREW;ZHU YANYI~ 33:US ~31:61/552 746 ~32:28/10/2011 2014/03015 ~ Complete ~54:REVERSE CIRCULATION HAMMER SPLINE ARRANGEMENT IMPROVEMENTS ~71:SANDVIK INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY AB, Sandviken, Sweden ~72: BEIERER PHILIPP;HILL RAYMOND~ 33:AU ~31:2011904443 ~32:26/10/2011 2014/03017 ~ Complete ~54:MOLDED ARTICLE EXTRACTOR AND METHOD ~71:BRIDGESTONE BANDAG LLC, 2000 Bandag Drive, United States of America ~72: GRIDLEY JASON L;KOST TROY A~ 33:US ~31:13/281 587 ~32:26/10/2011 2014/03007 ~ Complete ~54:WALL SURFACING COMPOSITION, METHOD OF MANUFACTURING SAME AND METHOD FOR APPLICATION THEREOF ~71:SA MARBLITE CC, 18 Richard AvenueVerwoerdpark, South Africa ~72: FRANS JOHANNES BASSON~ 2014/03013 ~ Complete ~54:DUST EMISSION REDUCTION DURING METAL CASTING ~71:PAUL WURTH S.A., 32 rue d'Alsace, Luxembourg ~72: BOTH INGO;HOUBART MICHEL;KINZEL KLAUS PETER;LESSMANN HANS JUERGEN;NOUAILLE-DEGORCE GILLES~ 33:LU ~31:91880 ~32:28/09/2011 2014/03011 ~ Complete ~54:HIGH EFFICIENCY SOLAR RECEIVER ~71:BABCOCK & WILCOX POWER GENERATION GROUP, INC, 20 S Van Buren AvenueBarberton, United States of America ~72: ALBRECHT MELVIN J;ALEXANDER KIPLIN C;IANNACCHIONE STEVEN P (legal Representative: Irwin Ruth E, Executrix of Estate Legal Representative);MARSHALL JASON M;PERSINGER JUSTIN A;WASYLUK DAVID T~ 33:US ~31:61/560 631 ~32:16/11/2011;33:US ~31:13/678 320 ~32:15/11/2012 2014/03012 ~ Provisional ~54:A SEASONING DISPENSER AND A METHOD OF SEASONING ~71:FRANCOIS LERIA, 13 Cordgrass WayAtlantic Beach, South Africa ~72: FRANCOIS LERIA~ 2014/03019 ~ Complete ~54:METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR ENCODING VIDEO ,AND METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR DECODING VIDEO ~71:SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS CO.,LTD , 416,Maetan-dong Yeongtong-guSuwon-siGyeonnggi-do 442-742 , Republic of Korea ~72: CHEN,JIANLE;CHEON,MINSU;JUNG,HAE-KYUNG;KIM,II-KOO;LEE,JAE-CHOOL;LEE,KYO-HYUK;LEE,SANG -RAE;MIN,JUNG-HYE~ 33:KR ~31:10-2009-0075335 ~32:14/08/2009

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21: 2003/9698 22: 2003/12/12 43: 2014/01/13 51: A61D 71: ZOETIS P LLC 72: KEICH, Robin, Lee, SABBADINI, Lisa, Grace 33: US 31: 60/302,636 32: 2001/07/02 54: ONE DOSE VACCINATION WITH ^^iMYCOPLASMA HYOPNEUMONIAE`!~i 00: The present invention relates to methods for treating or preventing a disease or disorder in an animal caused by infection by Mycoplasma hyopneumoniae (M. hyo) by administering to the animal at approximately three (3) to ten (10) days of age, a single dose of an effective amount of a M. hyo vaccine. The M. hyo vaccine can be a whole or partial cell inactivated or modified live preparation, a subunit vaccine, or a nucleic acid or DNA vaccine. The M. hyo vaccine administered in accordance with the present invention can be synthesized or recombinantly produced. 21: 2005/10155 22: 2005/12/13 43: 2014/02/25 51: A61K 71: Immunogen, Inc. 72: AMPHLETT, Godfrey, CHIH, Hung-Wei, FLEMING, Michael, ZHANG, Wei 33: US 31: 60/470,550 32: 2003/05/14 54: DRUG CONJUGATE COMPOSITION 00: The invention provides a liquid composition and a Iyophilized composition comprising a therapeutically effective amount of a conjugate comprising an antibody chemically coupled to a maytansinoid. The invention further provides a method for killing a cell in a human comprising administering to the human either of the compositions such that the antibody binds to the surface of the cell and the cytotoxicity of the maytansinoid is activated, whereby the cell is killed. 21: 2006/2366 22: 2006/03/23 43: 2014/02/03 51: A01N 71: BASF AKTIENGESELLSCHAFT 72: BUBERL, Jan, BROSCIOUS, Steven, YPEMA, Hendrik, MILLHOUSE, David, HELM, John, BURKDOLL, Todd 33: US 31: 60/497,717 32: 2003/08/26 54: METHOD OF PLANT GROWTH PROMOTION USING AMIDE COMPOUNDS 00: A method for treating plants in need of growth promotion, comprising applying to said plants, to the seeds from which they grow or to the locus in which they grow, a non-phytotoxic, effective plant growth promoting amount of an amide compound having the formula A-CO-NR1R2 in which A is an aryl group or an aromatic or non-aromatic, 5- or 6-membered

heterocycle which has from 1 to 3 hetero atoms which are selected from O, N and S; where the aryl group or the heterocycle may or may not have 1, 2 or 3 substituents which are selected, independently of one another, from alkyl, halogen, CHF2, CF3, alkoxy, haloalkoxy, alkylthio, alkylsulfinyl and alkylsulfonyl; R1 is a hydrogen atom; R2 is a phenyl or cycloalkyl group which may or may not have 1, 2 or 3 substituents which are selected, independently of one another, from alkyl, alkenyl, alkynyl, alkoxy, alkenyloxy, alkynyloxy, cycloalkyl, cycloalkenyl, cycloalkyloxy, cycloal- kenyloxy, phenyl and halogen, where the aliphatic and cycloaliphatic radicals may be partially or fully halogenated and/or the cycloaliphatic radicals may be substituted by from 1 to 3 alkyl groups and where the phenyl group may have from 1 to 5 halogen atoms and/or from 1 to 3 substituents which are selected, in dependently of one another, from alkyl, haloalkyl, alkoxy, haloalkoxy, alkylthio and haloalkylthio, and where the amidic phenyl group may or may not be condensed with a saturated 5-membered ring which may or may not be substituted by one or more alkyl groups and/or may have a hetero atom selected from O and S. 21: 2007/05212 22: 2007/07/02 43: 2014/02/13 51: A61K, A61Q 71: Colgate-Palmolive Company 72: CHOPRA, Suman K., CAMERON, Ryan, DIXIT, Nagaraj, MIRAJKAR, Yelloji Rao, PRENCIPE, Michael, SHASTRY, Ramachandra, WANG, Qin, ZAIDEL, Lynette 33: US 31: 60/640,656 32: 2004/12/30 54: TOOTH WHITENING COMPOSITION CONTAINING CROSS-LINKED POLYMERPEROXIDES 00: In various embodiments, the present invention provides a tooth whitening composition comprising a peroxide composite and an orally acceptable carrier. The peroxide composite comprises a peroxide compound and a porous cross-linked polymer, preferably in the form of a microporous particulate. The peroxide compound can be sorbed onto the porous crosslinked polymer. The porous cross-linked polymer may comprise a polymerized polyunsaturated monomer selected from polyacrylates, polymethacrylates, polyitaconates, and mixtures thereof. The carrier can be nonaqueous, and can comprise a film forming material. Methods are also provided for whitening a tooth surface with the tooth whitening compositions. 21: 2007/07339 22: 2006/02/02 43: 2014/02/13 51: C12N; C07K; A61K; A61P; G01N

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PATENT JOURNAL from kidney disease or impaired kidney function. In a preferred embodiment, the composition is admixed with one or more food ingredients to produce a food composition useful for preventing or treating kidney disease and improving kidney function, particularly in senior animals. 21: 2009/01133 22: 2009/02/17 43: 2014/02/17 51: G06F 71: Hill's Pet Nutrition, Inc. 72: AL-MURRANI, Samer Waleed Khedheyer 33: US 31: 11/469,565 32: 2006/09/01 54: METHODS AND SYSTEMS FOR DESIGNING ANIMAL FOOD COMPOSITIONS 00: A method for preparing a food composition for animals comprising (a) accessing at least one database that comprises a first data set relating functional genomic profile of a biofluid or tissue sample from an animal to physiological condition and optionally genotype of the animal; (b) accessing at least one database that comprises a second data set relating to effects of bioactive dietary components on functional genomic profile; (c) by use of an algorithm drawing on these data sets, processing input data defining physiological condition and optionally genotype of a subpopulation of animals to derive a nutritional formula promoting wellness of one or more animals of the subpopulation; and (d) preparing a food composition based on the nutritional formula.

71: UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS, CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL AND PREVENTION 72: BABCOCK, GREGORY J, MANDELL, ROBERT, THOMAS, WILLIAM D. JR, AMBROSINO, DONNA, SCHONHOFF, SUSAN, RUPPRECHT, CHARLES 33: US 31: 60/649,512 32: 2005/02/02 54: HUMAN ANTIBODIES AGAINST RABIES AND USES THEREOF 00: Human monoclonal antibodies that specifically bind to rabies virus, antigen binding portions thereof, and methods of making and using such antibodies and antigen binding portions thereof for treating rabies virus in a subject, are provided herein. 21: 2007/09972 22: 2007/11/19 43: 2014/02/24 51: B01J, C07C 71: Solvay 72: BALTHASART, Dominique, FRANCK, Christian, GILBEAU, Patrick, KRAFFT, Philippe, SMETS, Valentine 33: EP 31: EPBE05104321.4 32: 2005/05/20 33: FR 31: 0505120 32: 2005-05-20 54: METHOD FOR MAKING CHLOROHYDRIN IN CORROSION-RESISTANT EQUIPMENT 00: The invention concerns a method for making chlorohydrin, which consists in reacting a polyhydroxylated aliphatic hydrocarbon, an ester of a polyhydroxylated aliphatic hydrocarbon or a mixture thereof, with a chlorinating agent, in the presence of a liquid phase comprising heavy compounds other than polyhydroxylated aliphatic hydrocarbon and whereof the boiling point under a pressure of 1 bar absolute is not less than 15 C higher than the boiling point of the chlorohydrin under a pressure of 1 bar absolute. 21: 2008/01706 22: 2008/02/21 43: 2014/02/24 51: A61K 71: Hill's Pet Nutrition, Inc. 72: ZICKER, Steven Curtis, WEDEKIND, Karen Joy 33: US 31: 60/709,071 32: 2005/08/17 54: Methods and compositions for the prevention and treatment of kidney disease 00: The invention provides compositions for preventing or treating kidney disease and improving kidney function comprising at least two ingredients selected from the group consisting of antioxidants and mitochondrial cofactors in amounts sufficient for preventing or treating kidney disease or for improving kidney function and methods for preventing and treating kidney disease or improving kidney function comprising administering such compositions to an animal susceptible to or suffering

21: 2009/07357 22: 2009/10/20 43: 2014/02/21 51: A23J 71: MONSANTO TECHNOLOGY LLC 72: SHI, Xiaohong, PENN, Stephen R., FLASINSKI, Stanislaw, HECK, Gregory, R., SUKURU, Uma, Rao, BAUM, James 33: US 31: 60/914,364 32: 2007/04/27 33: US 31: 12/109,122 32: 2008/04/24

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PATENT JOURNAL 54: A WEAR PART FOR A VSI-CRUSHER, AND A METHOD OF REDUCING THE WEAR ON THE ROTOR OF SUCH A CRUSHER 00: A wear part (56) for protecting a vertical rotor wall of a rotor of a VSI-crusher comprises a wear body (58) having a wear surface (68) adapted for contacting abrasive particles. The wear surface (68) is provided with at least one ridge (70) extending over at least a portion of said wear surface (68). At least a portion of the length of said ridge (70) is, when said wear part (56) has been mounted to said vertical rotor wall, inclined in relation to a horizontal plane.

54: HEMIPTERAN- AND COLEOPTERAN- ACTIVE TOXIN PROTEINS FROM BACILLUS THURINGIENSIS 00: A novel Bacillus thuringiensis crystal protein exhibiting insect inhibitory activity is disclosed. Growth of Lygus insects is significantly inhibited by providing the novel crystal protein in Lygus insect diet. Polynucleotides encoding the crystal protein, transgenic plants and microorganisms that contain the polynucleotides, isolated peptides derived from the crystal protein, and antibodies directed against the crystal protein are also provided. Methods of using the crystal protein and polynucleotides encoding the crystal protein to control Hemipteran insects are also disclosed. 21: 2009/07445 22: 23/10/2009 43: 24/02/2014 51: A61K, C07H, C12N 71: GOVERNMENT OF THE UNITED STATES AS REPRESENTED BY THE SECRETARY OF THE ARMY and ALNYLAM PHARMACEUTICALS INC 72: DE FOUGEROLLES ANTONIN, NOVOBRANTSEVA TATIANA, BORODOVSKY ANNA, TAN PAMELA, WARFIELD KELLY LYN, BAVARI SINA 33: US 31: 60/908,793 32: 2007/03/29 54: COMPOSITIONS AND METHODS FOR INHIBITING EXPRESSION OF A GENE FROM THE EBOLA 00: 57: The invention relates to a double-stranded ribonucleic acid (dsRNA) for inhibiting the expression of a gene from the Ebola virus.

21: 2009/07472 22: 2009/10/23 43: 2014/02/10 51: B02C 71: Sandvik Intellectual Property AB 72: DALLIMORE, Rowan, FENSOME, George, KJAERRAN, Knut 33: SE 31: 0700983-0 32: 2007/04/25

21: 2009/07673 22: 2009/11/02 43: 2014/02/03 51: A01N 71: Anadys Pharmaceuticals, Inc. 72: TRAN, Chinh Viet, RUEBSAM, Frank, MURPHY, Douglas Eric, DRAGOVICH, Peter, ZHOU, Yuefen, CHEN, Lijian, KUCERA, David, BLATTER, Fritz, VIERTELHAUS, Martin 33: US 31: 60/907,478 32: 2007/04/03 54: 5,6-DIHYDRO-1H-PYRIDIN-2-ONE COMPOUNDS 00: The invention is directed to 5,6-dihydro-lH-pyridin-2one compounds and pharmaceutical compositions containing such compounds that are useful in

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PATENT JOURNAL Methods, compositions and kits for diagnosing osteoarthritis in a feline are disclosed. The methods of the invention comprise detecting differential expression of at least one biomarker in a body sample, preferably a blood sample, where the biomarker is differentially expressed in osteoarthritis.

treating infections by hepatitis C virus. 21: 2009/07790 22: 2009/11/05 43: 2014/02/07 51: C12N 71: Inviragen, Inc. 72: STINCHCOMB, Dan T., OSORIO, Jorge E., WIGGAN, O'Neil 33: US 31: 60/910,579 32: 2007/04/06 54: METHODS AND COMPOSITIONS FOR LIVE ATTENUATED VIRUSES 00: One or more live, attenuated viruses and compositions to reduce inactivation and/or degradation of the live, attenuated virus, including a vaccine are disclosed. This composition may include at least one carbohydrate, at least one protein and at least one high molecular weight surfactant. 21: 2009/07835 22: 2009/11/06 43: 2014/02/10 51: C01B, C01F, C01G 71: Joma International AS, Asher Vitner Ltd. 72: VITNER, Asher 33: IL 31: 182,946 32: 2007/05/03 54: A METHOD FOR THE PRODUCTION OF METAL PRODUCTS 00: The invention provides a method for the Industrial purification of a low-grade polyvalent cation feed stream of purity P1, by the formation of a polyvalent cation- double-salt precipitate of purity P2 and a polyvalent cation solution with purity P3, wherein P2>P1>P3, said method comprising the steps of: a) forming, from said feed, a medium comprising water, polyvalent cation, a cation selected from the group consisting of ammonium, cations of alkali metals, protons and a combination thereof, and anions; which formed medium is further characterized by the presence of (i) a double- salt precipitate comprising a polyvalent cation, at least one of said cations and at least one of said anions; and (ii) a polyvalent cation solution; and wherein the concentration of said anions is higher then 10% and the ratio between the concentrations of said cation to said anion in said polyvalent cation solution is within Zone DS as herein defined; and b) separating at least a portion of said precipitate from said solution. 21: 2009/07860 22: 2009/11/09 43: 2014/02/17 51: C12Q, G01N 71: Hill's Pet Nutrition, Inc. 72: AL-MURRANI, Samer Waleed Khedheyer, SCHOENHERR, William David 33: US 31: 60/927,167 32: 2007/05/01 54: METHODS AND COMPOSITIONS FOR DIAGNOSING OSTEOARTHRITIS IN A FELINE 00: -

21: 2009/07861 22: 2009/11/09 43: 2014/02/10 51: A61K, A61Q 71: Tom's of Maine, Inc. 72: BERGERON, Chantal, GAFNER, Stefan 33: US 31: 11/799,524 32: 2007/05/02 54: LIQUORICE EXTRACT ANTIMICROBIAL AND ANTI-INFLAMMATORY ISOLATES 00: The present invention provides, in one aspect, to products made from a novel and non-obvious supercritical CO2 extract of the roots of Glycyrrhiza sp., effective as an anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, anti-fungal and anti-adherent agent, including, but not limited to, products for oral care and body care. The present invention also provides, in another aspect, components isolated from the supercritical CO2 extract of the roots of Glycyrrhiza sp., effective as an anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, anti-fungal and anti-adherent agent, including, but not limited to, products for oral care and body care. 21: 2009/07880 22: 2005/01/12 43: 2014/02/11 51: C02F; A01N 71: A.Y. LABORATORIES LTD. 72: BARAK, AYALA 33: US 31: 60/536,811 32: 2004/01/14 33: US 31: 60/536,851 32: 2004/01/14 33: US 31: 60/536,852 32: 2004/01/14 33: US 31: 60/536,853 32: 2004/01/14 54: BIOCIDES AND APPARATUS 00: There are provided methods for controlling microbial or biofilm growth, comprising mixing a hypochlorite oxidant and at least one nitrogen-containing

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PATENT JOURNAL that has at least one opening exposing at least one surface of said outer layer, the coating being substantially insoluble in and impermeable to fluids and comprising a polymer, and the composition having a cylindrical form optionally with one or more tapered ends, wherein the ratio between the surface area of one end surface of the cylinder and the length of the cylinder is in a range of from 0.02 to 45 mm. 21: 2010/07850 22: 2010/11/02 43: 2014/02/03 51: B26B 71: The Gillette Company 72: BRUNO, Michael Hal 33: US 31: 12/156,149 32: 2008/05/30 54: BLADE SUPPORT FOR MULTI-BLADE RAZOR CARTRIDGES 00: The invention provides a razor cartridge (10) with multiple blades (25) and peg(s) (74) or pegged support members (72) that aid in the control of the blades by restricting fore and aft blade movement, which in turn, reduces the amplitude of blade deflection and/or vibration during shaving. This reduction provided by the pegs improves shaving performance. Blades rest between pegs which are rounded or shaped such that the blade bottom portion contacts the peg at one point, forming a single line of contact. The pegs may be in a slalomlike, linear (with one or more peg columns), or offset arrangement. Pegs or pegged support members may be at any location of the razor blade assembly; for instance, at the center and/or at blade slot ends. Pegs may each be of different shapes and may or may not be equidistant or at the same heights as each other, depending on blade spans and exposures.

compound or salt thereof selected from a particular group of nitrogen-containing compounds and salts to form a biocide, and applying the biocide. Apparatus for practicing the methods are also provided.

21: 2009/08019 22: 2009/11/13 43: 2014/02/13 51: A61K 71: Egalet Ltd. 72: HEMMINGSEN, Pernille Kirstine Hyrup, PEDERSEN, Anders Vagn, BAR-SHALOM, Daniel 33: DK 31: PA 2007 00816 32: 2007/06/04 33: US 31: 60/941,848 32: 2007/06/04 54: CONTROLLED RELEASE PHARMACEUTICAL COMPOSITIONS FOR PROLONGED EFFECT 00: Layered pharmaceutical composition suitable for oral use in the treatment of diseases where absorption takes place over a large part of the gastrointestinal tract. The composition comprising A) a solid inner layer comprising i) an active substance, and ii) one or more disintegrants/exploding agents, one of more effervescent agents or a mixture thereof. the solid inner layer being sandwiched between two outer layers B1) and B2), each outer layer comprising iii) a substantially water soluble and/or crystalline polymer or a mixture of substantially water soluble and/or crystalline polymers, the polymer being a polyglycol in the form of one of a) a homopolymer having a MW of at least about 100,000 daltons, and b) a copolymer having a MW of at least about 2,000 daltons, or a mixture thereof, and iv) an active substance, which is the same as in said solid inner layer A), and layer A being different from layer B, the layered composition being coated with a coating C)

21: 2010/07916 22: 2010/11/04 43: 2014/02/04 51: A61K 71: AstraZeneca AB 72: BATEMAN, Nicola Frances, MACFAUL, Philip Alexander, NASH, Ian Alun 33: US 31: 61/043,491 32: 2008/04/09

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54: PHARMACEUTICAL DEPOT COMPRISING N{5-[(CYCLOPROPYLAMINO)CARBONYL)]-2METHYLPHENYL}-3-FLUORO-4-(PYRIDIN-2YLMETHOXY)BENZAMIDE 00: A pharmaceutical depot comprising (i) N-{5[(cyclopropylamino)carbonyl]-2-methylphenyl}-3fluoro-4-(pyridin-2-ylmethoxy)benzamide, or a pharmaceutically-acceptable salt thereof, as a pharmaceutical agent (PA) and (ii) a polymer which degrades to create an acidic microclimate, wherein the PA is released from the polymer upon polymer degradation.

21: 2010/07983 22: 2010/11/08 43: 2014/02/10 51: C07C 71: Mexichem Amanco Holding S.A. de C.V. 72: SMITH, John William, MCGUINESS, Claire, SHARRATT, Andrew Paul 33: GB 31: 0806389.3 32: 2008/04/09 54: PROCESS FOR THE PREPARATION OF 2,3,3,3-TETRAFLUOROPROPENE 00: The invention provides a process for the preparation of 2,3,3,3-tetrafluoropropene (1234yf) comprising (a) contacting 1,1,1-trifluoro-2,3-difluoropropane (243db) with hydrogen fluoride (HF) in the presence of a zinc/chromia catalyst to produce a compound having the formula CF3CHFCH2X, wherein X is Cl or F, and (b) dehydrohalogenating the compound of formula CF3CHFCH2X to produce 1234yf. 21: 2010/07984 22: 2010/11/08 43: 2014/02/10 51: C07C 71: Mexichem Amanco Holding S.A. de C.V. 72: SMITH, John William, MCGUINESS, Claire, SHARRATT, Andrew Paul 33: GB 31: 0806419.8 32: 2008/04/09 54: PROCESS FOR THE PREPARATION OF 1, 1, 1-TRIFLU0R0-2, 3 -DI CHLOROPROPANE 00: The invention provides a process for preparing 1,1,1-trifluoro-2,3-dichloropropane (243db), which process comprises contacting 3,3,3-trifluoropropene

21: 2010/08053 22: 2010/11/10 43: 2014/02/10 51: A61K, A61P, C07F 71: Actelion Pharmaceuticals Ltd 72: CAROFF, Eva, HILPERT, Kurt, HUBLER, Francis, MEYER, Emmanuel, RENNEBERG, Dorte 33: PCT 31: PCT/IB2008/051384 32: 2008/04/11 54: SUBSTITUTED 2-PHENYL-PYRIDINE DERIVATIVES 00: The present invention relates to compounds of formula (I) wherein R1, R2, R4, R5, Ra, Rb, n, W and Z are as defined in the application, their preparation and their use as P2Y12 receptor

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PATENT JOURNAL 00: The present invention relates generally to improving the taste of synthetic and/or natural high-potency sweeteners and compositions sweetened therewith. In particular, the present invention relates to compositions that can improve the tastes of synthetic sweeteners and/or natural high-potency sweeteners by imparting a more sugar-like taste or characteristic. In particular, the compositions and methods provide at least one natural and/or highpotency sweetener in combination with at least one salt, at least one salty taste inhibitor, and optionally at least one sweet taste improving composition. 21: 2010/08212 22: 2010/11/16 43: 2014/02/17 51: A61K, A61P, C07D 71: Incyte Corporation 72: WENG, Lingkai, QIAO, Lei, ZHOU, Jiacheng, LIU, Pingli, PAN, Yongchun 33: US 31: 61/054,995 32: 2008/05/21 54: SALTS OF 2-FLUORO-N-METHYL-4-[7(QUINOLIN-6-YL-METHYL)-IMIDAZO[1,2B][1,2,4]TRIAZIN-2-YL]BENZAMIDE AND PROCESSES RELATED TO PREPARING THE SAME 00: The present invention is directed to dihydrochloric acid and dibenzenesulfonic acid salts of the c-Met kinase inhibitor 2-fluoro-N-methyl-4-[7-(quinolin-6ylmethyl)-imidazo[1,2-b][1,2,4]triazin-2-yl]benzamide, and pharmaceutical compositions thereof, useful in the treatment of cancer and other diseases related to the dysregulation of kinase pathways. The present invention further relates to processes and intermediates for preparing 2-fluoro-N-methyl-4-[7(quinolin-6-ylmethyl)imidazo[1,2-b][1,2,4]triazin-2yl]benzamide, and salts thereof.

antagonists in the treatment and/or prevention of peripheral vascular, of visceral-, hepatic- and renalvascular, of cardiovascular and of cerebrovascular diseases or conditions associated with platelet aggregation, including thrombosis in humans and other mammals.

21: 2010/08097 22: 2010/11/11 43: 2014/02/11 51: C07C 71: Mexichem Amanco Holding S.A. de C.V. 72: SMITH, John William, MCGUINESS, Claire, SHARRATT, Andrew Paul, TAYLOR, Andrew Mark 33: GB 31: 0808836.1 32: 2008/05/15 54: PROCESS FOR THE PREPARATION OF 2, 3, 3, 3-TRIFLUOROPROPENE 00: The invention provides a process for the preparation of 1234yf comprising (a) contacting 1,1, 2,3,3, 3hexafluoropropene (1216) with hydrogen in the presence of a hydrogenation catalyst to produce 1,1,2,3,3,3-hexafluoropropane (236ea); (b) dehydrofluorinating 236ea to produce 1,2,3,3,3pentafluoropropene (1225ye); (c) contacting 1225ye with hydrogen in the presence of a hydrogenation catalyst to produce 1,2,3,3,3-pentafluoropropane (245eb); and (d) dehydrofluorinating (245eb) to produce (1234yf). 21: 2010/08138 22: 2010/11/12 43: 2014/02/17 51: A23L 71: The Coca-Cola Company 72: DUBOIS, Grant E., THELIN, William R. 33: US 31: 61/053,307 32: 2008/05/15 54: NATURAL AND/OR SYNTHETIC HIGHPOTENCY SWEETENER COMPOSITIONS WITH IMPROVED TEMPORAL PROFILE AND/OR FLAVOR PROFILE, METHODS FOR THEIR FORMULATION, AND USES

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72: BLOOM, Laird, GILL, Davinder, VUGMEYSTER, Yulia, YOUNG, Deborah A., LOWE, David, VALGEARCHER, Viia 33: US 31: 61/055,500 32: 2008/05/23 54: INTERLEUKIN-21 RECEPTOR BINDING PROTEINS 00: The present invention provides binding proteins and antigen-binding fragments thereof that specifically bind to the human interleukin-21 receptor (IL-21R). The binding proteins can act as, e.g., antagonists of IL-21R activity, thereby modulating immune responses in general, and those mediated by IL-21R in particular. The disclosed compositions and methods may be used, e.g., in diagnosing and/or treating IL-21R-associated disorders, e.g., inflammatory disorders, autoimmune diseases, allergies, transplant rejection, cancer, and other immune system disorders.

21: 2010/08391 22: 2010/11/23 43: 2014/02/24 51: C12N 71: Centocor Ortho Biotech Inc. 72: REZANIA, Alireza 33: US 31: 12/108,872 32: 2008/04/24 54: PLURIPOTENT CELLS 00: The present invention is directed to pluripotent cells that can be readily expanded in culture on tissue culture substrate that is not pre-treated with protein or an extracellular matrix, and do not require a feeder cell line. The present invention also provides methods to derive the pluripotent cell line from human embryonic stem cells.

21: 2011/00138 22: 2009/07/01 43: 2014/02/07 51: C12N; C12P 71: THE GOODYEAR TIRE & RUBBER COMPANY, DANISCO US INC. 72: CERVIN, MARGUERITE A, WHITED, GREGORY M, MCAULIFFE, JOSEPH C, CHOTANI, GOPAL K, LA DUCA, RICHARD, SANFORD, KARL J, CALABRIA, ANTHONY RUDOLF, MILLER, MICHAEL CHARLES, SABO, TIMOTHY ALAN, WEBSTER, ERIN LYNNE 33: US 31: 61/133,947 32: 2008/07/02 33: US 31: 61/134,011 32: 2008/07/02 33: US 31: 61/134,094 32: 2008/07/02 54: COMPOSITIONS AND METHODS FOR PRODUCING ISOPRENE FREE OF C5 HYDROCARBONS UNDER DECOUPLING CONDITIONS AND/OR SAFE OPERATING RANGES 00: The invention features methods for producing isoprene from cultured cells wherein the cells in the stationary phase. The invention also provides compositions that include these cultured cells and/or increased amount of isoprene. The invention also provides for systems that include a non-flammable concentration of isoprene in the gas phase. Additionally, the invention provides isoprene

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compositions, such as compositions with increased amount of isoprene or increased purity.

21: 2011/00555 22: 2011/01/21 43: 2014/02/21 51: B65D 71: Alcoa Inc. 72: FEDUSA, Anthony J., DICK, Robert E., BOYSEL, Darl G. 33: US 31: 61/075,977 32: 2008/06/26 54: DOUBLE-WALLED CONTAINER AND METHOD OF MANUFACTURE 00: A double-walled container and method of manufacturing are disclosed. A first container having a smaller diameter than a second container is inserted into the second container. A portion of the first container is expanded and/or a portion of the second container may be narrowed so that first and second container is interlocked and form a doublewalled container. The first and/or second containers may have ribs. An air gap between the first and second containers provides thermal insulation to contents of the double-walled container.

21: 2011/00835 22: 2009/09/16 43: 2014/02/03 51: C07K 71: GANYMED PHARMACEUTICALS AG, JOHANNES GUTENBERG-UNIVERSITT MAINZ 72: SAHIN, UGUR, TRECI, ZLEM, KOSLOWSKI, MICHAEL, MITNACHT-KRAUS, RITA 33: EP 31: 08016277.9 32: 2008/09/16 33: US 31: 61/097,453 32: 2008/09/16 54: MONOCLONAL ANTIBODIES FOR TREATMENT OF CANCER 00: The present invention provides antibodies useful as therapeutics for treating and/or preventing diseases associated with cells expressing GT468, including tumor-related diseases such as breast Cancer, lung Cancer, gastric Cancer, ovarian Cancer, hepatocellular Cancer, colon Cancer, pancreatic Cancer, esophageal Cancer, head & neck Cancer, kidney Cancer, in particular renal cell Carcinoma, prostate Cancer, liver cancer, melanoma, sarcoma, myeloma, neuroblastoma, placental

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PATENT JOURNAL placental stem cells, and/or compositions comprising placental stem cells.

choriocarcinoma, cervical cancer, and thyroid Cancer, and the metastatic forms thereof. In one embodiment, the rumor disease is metastatic cancer in the lung. 21: 2011/01000 22: 2009/07/21 43: 2014/02/10 51: C07D, C07C, C07H, C07K, C08B 71: THE BRIGHAM AND WOMEN'S HOSPITAL, INC. 72: PIER, GERALD B, NIFANTIEV, NIKOLAY, TSVETKOV, YURY, GENING, MARINA 33: US 31: 61/135,493 32: 2008/07/21 33: US 31: 61/208,155 32: 2009/02/20 54: METHODS AND COMPOSITIONS RELATING TO SYNTHETIC BETA-1,6 GLUCOSAMINE OLIGOSACCHARIDES 00: The invention relates to the compositions of synthetic oligo-β-(l ?6)-2-amino-2- deoxy-Dglucopyranosides conjugated to carriers and methods for making and use same.

21: 2011/01405 22: 2009/09/09 43: 2014/02/24 51: A61L 71: BIOMIMETIC THERAPEUTICS, INC. 72: LYNCH, SAMUEL E, WISNER-LYNCH, LESLIE A, KESTLER, HANS K, LIU, YANCHUN 33: US 31: 61/144,088 32: 2009/01/12 33: US 31: 61/144,126 32: 2009/01/12 33: US 31: 61/191,641 32: 2008/09/09 54: PLATELET-DERIVED GROWTH FACTOR COMPOSITIONS AND METHODS FOR THE TREATMENT OF TENDON AND LIGAMENT INJURIES 00: The invention provides compositions and methods for treatment of tendon and ligament injuries and/or repair of damaged tendons and ligament. The invention provides compositions comprising a biocompatible matrix and platelet-derived growth factor (PDGF).

21: 2011/01207 22: 2009/08/20 43: 2014/02/24 51: C12N; A61K; A61P 71: ANTHROGENESIS CORPORATION 72: ZEITLIN, ANDREW, PAL, AJAI 33: US 31: 61/090,565 32: 2008/08/20 54: TREATMENT OF STROKE USING ISOLATED PLACENTAL CELLS 00: Provided herein are methods for the treatment of stroke comprising administering to a stroke victim placental stem cells, populations of cells comprising

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21: 2011/01475 22: 2009/07/29 43: 2014/02/24 51: C02F 71: TRUSTWATER LTD. 72: VAN NIEKERK, DAVID-LEE, O'REILLY, EDMOND, KEANE, KEVIN, CROKE, EOIN, CAMPION, MICHAEL, KENNEDY, BRENDAN 33: IE 31: S2008/0637 32: 2008/07/29 33: IE 31: S2008/0638 32: 2008/07/29 33: IE 31: S2008/0639 32: 2008/07/29 54: ELECTROCHEMICAL DEVICE 00: There is provided an automated electrochemical device for generating a biocidal output solution, said device comprising: a flow-through electrochemical cell comprising an anodic chamber and a cathodic chamber for electrolysing an electrolyte to generate an anolyte solution and a catholyte solution; characterised in that the device further comprises: (i) a reservoir for storing catholyte; and (ii) a hydraulic circuit for recirculating catholyte from the reservoir to the anolyte on start-up of the cell, wherein input of catholyte of a compensating strength to the cell anodic chamber, is arranged so as to optimise the cell anolyte pH to produce a stable output solution at the start of the electrolysis process.

21: 2011/05878 22: 2011/08/11 43: 2014/02/03 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 00: The present invention relates to noval oral suspension formulation comprising prednisolone acetate, a pharmaceutically acceptable vehicle and a thickening agent. The present invention further provides a method of trating patients in need of prednisolone with the novel formulation. 21: 2011/06260 22: 2010/02/26 43: 2014/02/25 51: C12N; C07K 71: ATHENIX CORPORATION 72: TOMSO, DANIEL J, SAMPSON, KIMBERLY S, DUMITRU, RAZVAN VALERIU 33: US 31: 61/156,301 32: 2009/02/27 54: PESTICIDAL PROTEINS AND METHODS FOR THEIR USE 00: Compositions and methods for conferring pesticidal activity to bacteria, plants, plant cells, tissues and seeds are provided. Compositions comprising a coding sequence for a toxin polypeptide are provided. The coding sequences can be used in DNA constructs or expression cassettes for transformation and expression in plants and bacteria. Compositions also comprise transformed bacteria, plants, plant cells, tissues, and seeds. In particular, isolated toxin nucleic acid molecules are

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PATENT JOURNAL 71: The Gillette Company 72: FATHALLAH, Paul, O'CONNOR, William Thomas, JOHNSON, Robert Harold 33: US 31: 61/177,782 32: 2009/05/13 54: SHAVING CARTRIDGES HAVING A PLURALITY OF ARRAYS 00: A razor blade cartridge (14) which has a housing (20) with a proximal end portion (24), a distal end portion (26), and one or more blades (22) mounted within the housing. An elongated resilient skin contacting element (60) is joined to the proximal end portion of the housing. The elongated resilient skin contacting element has an alignment array of skin contacting members (110) having a pattern of one or more flexible skin-engaging projections (112) that are generally transverse to one or more of the blades and define a plurality of open channels that facilitate the generally unobstructed passage of hair to one or more of the blades during shaving. The elongated resilient skin contacting element also has at least one additional array of skin contacting members (80, 90, 100) having a pattern that is different than the pattern of the alignment array of skin contacting members.

provided. Additionally, amino acid sequences corresponding to the polynucleotides are encompassed, and antibodies specifically binding to those amino acid sequences. In particular, the present invention provides for isolated nucleic acid molecules comprising nucleotide sequences encoding the amino acid sequence shown in SEQ ID NO:50-96, or the nucleotide sequence set forth in SEQ ID NO: 1-47, as well as variants and fragments thereof. 21: 2011/06414 22: 2011/07/13 43: 2014/02/20 51: B01J; C01B 71: RAIN CII CARBON LLC 72: EDWARDS, LESLIE C 33: US 31: 13/033,110 32: 2011/02/23 33: US 31: 13/180,765 32: 2011/07/12 54: PELLETIZATION AND CALCINATION OF GREEN COKE 00: A method of calcining green petroleum coke which includes separating the green coke having a particle size of between 0.1 mm and 50 mm into undersized and oversized fractions, pelletizing the undersized fraction with a binder to form pelletized coke, combining the oversized fraction and the pelletized coke to form a feed mixture, and calcining he feed mixture to form calcined coke.The method include the addition of pulverization step wherein all the green coke is pulverized before pelletization and the pellets are then calcined to produce a pelletized calcined coke product.

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21: 2011/07958 22: 2011/10/31 43: 2014/02/03 51: A61K 71: Colgate-Palmolive Company 72: CAMPBELL, Thomas S., BOYD, Thomas J., FISHER, Steven W., PRENCIPE, Michael 33: US 31: 61/181,116 32: 2009/05/26 54: ORAL CARE FORMULATIONS THAT ENHANCE AMOUNT OF SOLUBLE ZINC 00: An oral care composition and method are described in which the composition includes a film or a plurality of film fragments entrained in a carrier. The film or plurality of film fragments comprises a zinc compound and the carrier comprises a polysaccharide and a maleic anhydride copolymer. The composition and methods provide benefits

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PATENT JOURNAL A stabilized topical composition comprising a borinic acid derivative, e.g., a borinic ester.

including one or more of increased consumer acceptability, improved solubility of zinc thus permitting the use of lower amounts of zinc compounds and reducing the adverse astringency associated with zinc, decreased adverse reactions brought about by the presence of zinc ions, enhanced aesthetics, improved stability for active or other functional materials, and controlled delivery of active materials such as zinc. 21: 2011/07959 22: 2011/10/31 43: 2014/02/03 51: A61K 71: Colgate-Palmolive Company 72: MARTINETTI, Melissa, BOYD, Thomas, BROWN, James R., WON, Betty, PILCH, Shira, MASTERS, James Gerard, PIMENTA, Paloma 33: US 31: 61/181,124 32: 2009/05/26 54: HIGHER LOADING ZINC-CONTAINING FILMS 00: Described herein are polymer matrix films, compositions comprising the polymer matrix films, and methods of preparing and using the same.

21: 2011/07962 22: 2011/10/31 43: 2014/02/03 51: A61K, A61Q 71: Colgate-Palmolive Company 72: PORTER, Venda, MORGAN, Andre, JARACZ, Stanislav, GRONLUND, Jennifer, XU, Guofeng, WU, Donghui, PRENCIPE, Michael, SUBRAMANYAM, Ravi 33: US 31: 61/183,788 32: 2009/06/03 33: US 31: 61/183,792 32: 2009/06/03 54: BORINIC COMPOSITIONS 00: A stabilized oral care composition comprising a borinic acid derivative, e.g., a borinic ester. 21: 2011/08050 22: 2011/11/02 43: 2014/02/11 51: A61K, A61P, C07J 71: AstraZeneca AB 72: BURKAMP, Frank, GABOS, Balint, IVANOVA, Svetlana, LISIUS, Alice Ingrid Anna 33: US 31: 61/166,324 32: 2009/04/03 54: NOVEL AMIDE DERIVATIVES OF STEROIDAL[3,2-C]PYRAZOLE COMPOUNDS WITH GLUCOCORTICOID ACTIVITY 00: The present invention provides compounds of formula (I) wherein n, R1, R2, X1, X2, X3, X4, X5, R3a, R3b, R4, R5 and R6 are defined in the specification, a process for their preparation, pharmaceutical compositions containing them and their use in therapy.

21: 2011/07961 22: 2011/10/31 43: 2014/02/03 51: A61K, A61P, A61Q 71: Colgate-Palmolive Company 72: PORTER, Venda, MORGAN, Andre, JARACZ, Stanislav, GRONLUND, Jennifer, XU, Guofeng, WU, Donghui, PRENCIPE, Michael, SUBRAMANYAM, Ravi 33: US 31: 61/183,788 32: 2009/06/03 33: US 31: 61/183,792 32: 2009/06/03 54: BORINIC COMPOSITIONS 00: -

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21: 2011/08124 22: 2011/11/04 43: 2014/02/11 51: A61K, A61P, C07D 71: Plexxikon, Inc. 72: IBRAHIM, Prabha N., SPEVAK, Wayne, CHO, Hanna, SHI, Songyuan, WU, Guoxian 33: US 31: 61/176,054 32: 2009/05/06 54: PYRROLO [2, 3-B] PYRIDINES WHICH INHIBIT RAF PROTEIN KINASE 00: Compounds (I) and salts thereof, formulations thereof, conjugates thereof, derivatives thereof, forms thereof and uses thereof are described. In certain aspects and embodiments, the described compounds or salts thereof, formulations thereof, conjugates thereof, derivatives thereof, and forms thereof are active on each of BRaf and c-Raf -1 protein kinase, and may also be active on either or both of A-Raf and B-Raf V600E protein kinase. Also described are methods of use thereof to treat diseases and conditions, including melanoma, colorectal cancer, thyroid cancer, ovarian cancer, and biliary tract cancer. 21: 2011/08128 22: 2011/11/04 43: 2014/02/11 51: B26B 71: The Gillette Company 72: KWIECIEN, Michael Joseph, LEE, Alejandro Carlos 33: US 31: 12/468,147 32: 2009/05/19 54: SHAVING CARTRIDGES HAVING ELONGATED SKIN CONTACTING MEMBERS 00: A razor cartridge (14) which has a housing (18) with a pocket (40) defined by a front wall (42) and a rear wall (44). The pocket has a seat surface (90) and at least one of the front and rear walls include one or more flexible segments (50). One or more blades (20) are mounted within the housing. An elongated skin contacting member (22) is provided that comprises a shaving aid composite that has one or more water-leachable shaving aid materials. The elongated skin contacting member has a body portion (30) with an upper skin contacting surface (32) and a base portion (34) which is disposed at least partially within the pocket. The base portion has a bottom surface (36) spaced apart from the seat surface. The base portion extends laterally outwardly from the body portion and is in mechanical engagement with the one or more flexible segments to secure the skin contacting member to the housing.

21: 2011/08127 22: 2011/11/04 43: 2014/02/07 51: A24F, B65D 71: British American Tobacco (Holdings) Limited 72: LAFORGE, Jean Marc 33: GB 31: 0908277.7 32: 2009/05/14 54: CONTAINER 00: A container formed from a rigid material comprising an inner base defining a space for storing smoking articles, configured to stand vertically on a flat surface is disclosed. The container further comprises a cover that fits over the inner base to extend over a major portion of the inner base, wherein the inner base includes an enlarged lower end such that the cover abuts said lower end when the cover is fitted over the inner base when the container is closed.

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PATENT JOURNAL non-volatile oil. It also relates to the cosmetic compositions containing the abovementioned oily composition, and the cosmetic uses of said cosmetic compositions, particularly for making up and/or caring for and/or protecting skin, lips, eyelashes and/or nails, and in antiperspirant / deodorant compositions. 21: 2011/08192 22: 2011/11/08 43: 2014/02/10 51: A44B, A45C 71: Delsey 72: JACOBSEN, Ebbe 33: FR 31: 0952679 32: 2009/04/24 54: SECURITY DEVICE FOR LUGGAGE, COMPRISING A FIRST EXTERNAL ZIP FASTENER AND A SECOND INTERNAL ZIP FASTENER 00: The invention relates to a security device for luggage, comprising a first external zip fastener (1) and a second internal zip fastener (2). The two zip fasteners (1, 2) are placed directly on top of one another, such that the teeth (1a, 2a) of the zip fasteners (1, 2) come into contact when an external pressure is applied against the external zip fastener (1) with a pointed tool (P), thereby preventing the teeth of the external zip fastener (1) from disengaging and moving downwards under the force of said tool (P).

21: 2011/08158 22: 2011/11/07 43: 2014/02/10 51: A61K, A61P, C07D 71: Actelion Pharmaceuticals Ltd 72: CAROFF, Eva, HILPERT, Kurt, HUBLER, Francis, MEYER, Emmanuel, RENNEBERG, Dorte 33: PCT 31: PCT/IB2009/051486 32: 2009/04/08 54: 6-(3-AZA-BICYCLO[3.1.0]HEX-3-YL)-2PHENYL-PYRIMIDINES AS ADP RECEPTOR ANTAGONISTS 00: The present invention relates to 6-(3-azabicyclo[3.1.0]hex-3-yl)-2-phenyl-pyrimidine derivatives and their use as P2Y12 receptor antagonists in the treatment and/or prevention of peripheral vascular, of visceral-, hepatic- and renalvascular, of cardiovascular and of cerebrovascular diseases or conditions associated with platelet aggregation, including thrombosis in humans and other mammals. 21: 2011/08187 22: 2011/11/08 43: 2014/02/10 51: A61K, A61Q, C08L 71: Biosynthis 72: BERNOUD, Thierry, RAMIANDRASOA, Parfait 33: FR 31: 0952400 32: 2009/04/10 54: VOLATILE OILY COMPOSITION 00: The present invention relates to a volatile oily composition comprising, and preferably consisting of, from 50 to 100% by weight of a mixture of paraffins and from 0 to 50% by weight of at least one

21: 2011/08266 22: 2011/11/10 43: 2014/02/10 51: C02F, C10G, C10L, C23F 71: Dorf Ketal Chemicals (I) Pvt. Ltd. 72: SUBRAMANIYAM, Mahesh 33: IN 31: 974/MUM/2009 32: 2009/04/15 54: AN EFFECTIVE NOVEL NON - POLYMERIC AND NON - FOULING ADDITIVE FOR INHIBITING HIGH - TEMPERATURE NAPHTHENIC ACID CORROSION AND METHOD OF USING THE SAME 00: The present invention relates to inhibition of high temperature naphthenic acid corrosion occurring in hydrocarbon processing units. The invention provides an effective novel non - polymeric and non

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- fouling additive for inhibiting high - temperature naphthenic acid corrosion, comprising an effective corrosion - inhibiting amount of a second phosphate ester wherein said second phosphate ester is obtained by reacting a first phosphate ester with an oxirane compound selected from the group consisting of butylene oxide, ethylene oxide, propylene oxide or any other oxirane compound or a combination thereof, preferably with butylene oxide, capably yielding said second phosphate ester, having a structure A or B, Formulae (A) and (B) wherein R1 and R2 are each independently selected from the group consisting of moieties having 1 to 20 carbon atoms and R1 and R2 may be identical or different, X is H, CH3 or C2H5; and n may vary from 1 to 20, wherein said first phosphate ester is having a structure I or II, Formulae (I) and (II) wherein R1 and R2 are each independently selected from the group consisting of moieties having 1 to 20 carbon atoms and R1 and R2 may be identical or different, said first phosphate ester being obtained as a reaction product of reaction of an alcohol with a phosphorous pentaoxide.

21: 2011/08358 22: 2011/11/14 43: 2014/02/24 51: A24C, A24D 71: British American Tobacco (Investments) Limited 72: SUTTON, Joseph Peter 33: GB 31: 0910198.1 32: 2009/06/12 54: SMOKING ARTICLE 00: A smoking article (10) comprises a rod (12) of smokeable material and a filter (14) attached to one end of the rod. The filter comprises an elongate body of filter material (16) wrapped with a transparent plug wrap (18). A first tipping wrapper (20a) overlies the join between the rod and the filter to attach the filter to the rod. At least one additional tipping wrapper (20b) is provided around the filter, spaced from and separate to the first tipping wrapper such that a portion of the transparent plug wrap is exposed between the first and at least one additional tipping wrapper to define a window portion (22) through which the filter material is visible. A method of producing such a smoking article is also disclosed.

21: 2011/08356 22: 2011/11/14 43: 2014/02/24 51: H04B, H04W 71: QUALCOMM Incorporated 72: YU, Zhi-Zong, DHANDA, Mungal Singh 33: US 31: 61/177,207 32: 2009/05/11 54: TIME SHIFTING OF CO-CHANNEL DATA TRANSMISSIONS TO REDUCE CO-CHANNEL INTERFERENCE 00: A cellular communications system in which transmission of control signals for plural different remote stations is so displaced in time that the transmission of control signals for one remote station does not interfere with the transmission of control signals for another remote station, the displacement being sufficient to prevent contemporaneous

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PATENT JOURNAL further provided a method for reducing the occurrence of wrinkles in laundered garments. 21: 2011/08533 22: 2011/11/21 43: 2014/02/24 51: A61K, A61P, C07D, C07F 71: Actelion Pharmaceuticals Ltd 72: CAROFF, Eva, HILPERT, Kurt, HUBLER, Francis, LEHMANN, David, MEYER, Emmanuel, RENNEBERG, Dorte 33: PCT 31: PCT/IB2009/051647 32: 2009/04/22 54: THIAZOLE DERIVATIVES AND THEIR USE AS P2Y12 RECEPTOR ANTAGONISTS 00: The present invention relates to thiazole derivatives of Formula (I) and their use as P2Y12 receptor antagonists in the treatment and/or prevention of peripheral vascular, of visceral-, hepatic- and renalvascular, of cardiovascular and of cerebrovascular diseases or conditions associated with platelet aggregation, including thrombosis in humans and other mammals.

57: In a method for cooling a metallurgical furnace, comprising at least one cooling element through which a cooling medium flows, a cooling medium that contains at least one ionic fluid, and preferably consists thereof, is conducted through the cooling element, thereby preventing the problems that are associated with water cooling, such as the danger of hydrogen explosions and damage to the furnace lining.

21: 2011/08452 22: 2011/11/17 43: 2014/02/25 51: C07K 71: F. Hoffmann-La Roche AG 72: BOHRMANN, Bernd, GOEPFERT, Ulrich, GRUENINGER, Fiona, HUBER, Walter, KRELL, Hans-Willi, LIFKE, Valeria, MUNDIGL, Olaf, OFFNER, Sonja, OZMEN, Laurence, SCHRAEML, Michael 33: EP 31: 09007656.3 32: 2009/06/10 54: USE OF AN ANTI-TAU PS422 ANTIBODY FOR THE TREATMENT OF BRAIN DISEASES 00: An antibody binding to Tau, phosphorylated at serine 422 (pS422), characterized in specifically binding to phosphorylated Tau fragment of SEQ ID NO: 9 and to Tau pS422, but not binding to Tau and to phosphorylated MCAK fragment of SEQ ID NO: 17 is useful in the treatment of a Tauopathy. 21: 2011/08453 22: 2011/11/17 43: 2014/02/24 51: C11D, D06L, D06M 71: Colgate-Palmolive Company 72: GARDUNO, Raul, TOVAR, Javier, JACQUES, Alain, CESAR, Regis, ACOSTA, Ana, SACHDEV, Amit 33: US 31: 61/224,300 32: 2009/07/09 54: METHOD FOR REDUCING WRINKLES USING A FABRIC CARE COMPOSITION 00: There is provided a fabric conditioner that reduces wrinkle formation in laundered garments. There is

21: 2011/08542 22: 2011/11/21 43: 2014/02/24 51: B26B 71: The Gillette Company 72: ROYLE, Terence Gordon 33: US 31: 61/186,408 32: 2009/06/12 54: SAFETY RAZOR WITH PIVOT AND ROTATION 00: A safety razor (10) including a handle (12) having a grip portion (14) and a connection portion (16) secured to the grip portion. The connection portion rotates with respect to the grip portion about a rotational axis (18). The blade unit (11) is mounted to the connection portion by a connection member (20). The blade unit has a guard (22), a cap (24) and at least one blade (26) positioned between the guard and the cap. The blade unit pivots with respect to the connection member about a pivot axis (36) substantially parallel to the at least one blade.

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PATENT JOURNAL 54: PHENTERMINE LIQUID DOSAGE FORM 00: The invention provides a pharmaceutical composition liquid dosage form of Phentermine, said dosage form including a liquid carrier and suspended or dissolved therein one or more pharmaceutically active ingredient selected from Phentermine, salts and bases thereof, and a prodrug thereof. The invention extends to a method of administering Phentermine to an obese patient in need thereof and for appetite suppression or related conditions. 21: 2012/01073 22: 2010/08/06 43: 2014/02/24 51: E21B 71: SMITH INTERNATIONAL, INC. 72: CARIVEAU, PETER T, EYRE, RONALD K, FANG, YI 33: US 31: 61/232,228 32: 2009/08/07 54: METHOD OF FORMING A THERMALLY STABLE DIAMOND CUTTING ELEMENT 00: In one aspect, a vacuum-sealed can is used during the bonding process to improve the properties of an infiltrated TSP cutting element. In one embodiment, ultra hard diamond crystals and a catalyst material are sintered to form a polycrystalline diamond material (PCD). This PCD material is leached to remove the catalyst, forming a thermally stable product (TSP). The TSP material and a substrate are placed into an enclosure such as a can assembly, heated, and subjected to a vacuum in order to remove gas, moisture and other residuals that can inhibit infiltration of the infiltrant into the TSP layer. The can assembly is then subjected to high temperature, high pressure bonding to bond the TSP material to the substrate. During bonding, material from the substrate infiltrates the TSP layer. In another aspect, an insulator material may be used during a bonding process.

21: 2011/08675 22: 25/11/2011 43: 25/02/2014 51: A61K, C12N 71: TRANSGENE S A 72: COURDIER YVES, CAMPOURCY SYLVIE, SENE CLAUDE 33: EP 31: 09305422.9 32: 2009/05/12, 54: METHOD FOR ORTHOPOXVIRUS PRODUCTION AND PURIFICATION 00: 57: The present invention relates to a method for producing and purifying a wild type, an attenuated and/or a recombinant Orthopoxvirus. The present invention relates to a purified wild type, attenuated and/or recombinant Orthopoxvirus obtained by the method of the invention and to a pharmaceutical composition, preferably a vaccine, comprising said purified Orthopoxvirus for the treatment and/or the prevention a cancer, an infectious disease and/or an autoimmune disorder, and uses thereof. The present invention also relates to the use of an immortalized avian cell line obtained from an avian cell belonging to the Anatidae family, in particular Cairina moschata immortalized avian cell lines comprising a nucleic acid sequence coding a telomerase reverse transcriptase (TERT) and optionally an E1A nucleic acid sequence, for the production of a wild type, attenuated and/or recombinant Orthopoxvirus according to the process of the invention. 21: 2011/8366 22: 2011/11/15 43: 2014/02/24 51: A61K A61P A61M 71: PHARMACORP CC 72: DU TOIT, Leneri, STOLTZ, Eduan, COETZEE, Marina 33: ZA 31: 2009/4136 32: 2009/06/12

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PATENT JOURNAL 71: SMITH INTERNATIONAL, INC. 72: EYRE, RONALD K, VORONIN, GEORGIY 33: US 31: 61/234,535 32: 2009/08/17 54: IMPROVED NON-PLANAR INTERFACE CONSTRUCTION 00: A cutting element is provided, including a substrate and an ultra-hard material layer formed over the substrate. At one end of the substrate is an interface surface that interfaces with the ultra-hard material layer to bond the layer to the substrate. The interface surface includes a first or outer annular section that extends to the peripheral edge of the substrate, and a second or inner section that is radially inside the first section. The interface surface includes several spaced-apart projections arranged in an annular row. In one aspect, each projection has an upper surface that defines a groove bisecting the projection. In another aspect, the interface surface may include a bridge coupling adjacent projections.

21: 2012/01144 22: 2010/08/17 43: 2014/02/24 51: A61K 71: INTELLIKINE LLC 72: CAMPBELL, SIMON FRASER, LI, LIANSHENG, REN, PINGDA, WILSON, TROY EDWARD, CHAN, KATRINA, LUI, YI 33: US 31: 61/234,617 32: 2009/08/17 54: HETEROCYCLIC COMPOUNDS AND USES THEREOF 00: Heterocyclic entities that modulate PI3 kinase activity, pharmaceutical compositions containing the heterocyclic entities, and methods of using these chemical entities for treating diseases and conditions associated with PI3 kinase activity are described herein. 21: 2012/01148 22: 2010/08/24 43: 2014/02/17 51: G01N 71: GENENTECH, INC. 72: HATZIVASSILIOU, GEORGIA, MALEK, SHIVA 33: US 31: 61/236,466 32: 2009/08/24 33: US 31: 61/301,149 32: 2010/02/03 54: DETERMINING SENSITIVITY OF CELLS TO BRAF INHIBITOR TREATMENT BY DETECTING KRAS MUTATION AND RTK EXPRESSION LEVELS 00: The present invention relates to prognostic methods for identifying tumors that are not susceptible to BRaf inhibitor treatment by detecting mutations in a Kras gene or protein or by detecting overexpression of RTKs and/or their ligands. Kits are also disclosed for carrying out the methods. 21: 2012/01330 22: 2010/08/17 43: 2014/02/24 51: E21B; B22F

21: 2012/01754 22: 2012/03/09 43: 2014/02/18 51: A61K, C07K 71: Fundao Oswaldo Cruz 72: SENNA, Jos Procpio Moreno, QUEIROZ, Joo Luiz Sampaio, BATOREU, Nadia Maria, TEIXEIRA, Maria da Glria Martins 33: BR 31: PI 0914508-7 32: 2009/08/10 54: MONOCLONAL ANTIBODIES AGAINST THE PBP2-A PROTEIN AND HOMOLOGOUS SEQUENCES FOR THE TREATMENT OF

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PATENT JOURNAL 71: PIRAMAL ENTERPRISES LIMITED 72: KANDRE SHIVAJI SADASHIV, KADAM KISHORKUMAR SHIVAJIRAO, JADHAV RAVINDRA DNYANDEV, SHARMA RAJIV 33: US 31: 61/258 272 32: 2009/11/05 54: CARBORY OXAZOLE OR THIAZOLE COMPOUNDS AS DGAT-1 INHIBITORS USEFUL FOR THE TREATMENT OF OBESITY 00: 57: The present invention relates to novel heteroaryl compounds of formula (I), processes for their preparation, pharmaceutical compositions containing them and their use in^the treatment of diseases or disorders mediated by Diacylglycerol acyltransferase 1 enzyme. (DGAT-1), particularly obesity or an obesity related disorder. (I), wherein, Z is selected from unsubstituted or substituted alkylcycloalkyl, unsubstituted or substituted cycloalkyl, unsubstituted or substituted aryl, unsubstituted or substituted heteroaryl and unsubstituted or substituted heterocycle; Y is selected from -?(R4)-, N(R4)CON(R5)-, -N(R4)CSN(R5)-, -NR4C(0)-, N(R4)(C=NR4)N(R5)-, -C0N(R4)-, -NR4SO2- and SO2NR4-; U is selected from (a) and (b), wherein T is -O- or -S-; V is selected from -CONR4-, -CSNR4-, C(0). -C(S), -COC(R4)(R5) and -S02NR4; R3 is selected from -COORp, -CONRpRq, -CONRpSChR, and a carboxylic acid isostere selected from tetrazol5-yl, 5-trifluorome-hyl-l,2,4-triazol-3-yl, S(methylsulfonyl)- 1,2,4-triazol-3-yl and 2,5-dihydro-5oxo-l,2,4-oxadiazol-3-yl; R1, R2, R4, Rp and Rq are i.a. H and optionally substituted alkyl.

INFECTIONS BY AND IMMUNODIAGNOSTICS OF BACTERIA OF THE FIRMICUTES PHYLUM 00: The present invention relates to monoclonal antibodies capable of recognising and binding to the PBP2-a protein and to other proteins having sequences homologous to PBP2-a, including pathogenic species such as the methyciline-resistant Staphylococcus Aureus (MRSA), coagulasenegative Staphilococcus, Staphylococcus sciuri and Enterococcus, and any other bacteria containing the PBP2-a protein or homologous sequences. The invention also relates to the use of the monoclonal antibodies capable of recognising and binding to the PBP2-a protein and to other proteins having sequences homologous to PBP2-a in a complementary immunodiagnostic test for detecting resistance to beta-lactam antibiotics.

21: 2012/02561 22: 2012/04/10 43: 2014/01/30 51: A61K 71: Nestec S.A. 72: ZANGHI, Brian Michael, RAMADAN, Ziad Saad 33: US 31: 61/276,402 32: 2009/09/11 54: COMPOSITIONS AND METHODS FOR ENHANCING COGNITIVE AND RELATED FUNCTIONS IN ANIMALS 00: Compositions comprising melatonin and one or more carotenoids and methods for using such compositions for enhancing cognitive and related functions such as reducing or preventing a decline of social interaction, reducing or preventing age-related behavioral changes, increasing trainabihty, improving attention, maintaining optimal brain function, facilitating learning and memory, reducing memory loss, and preventing or treating cognitive decline caused by dementia in an animal. Preferably, the compositions are food compositions useful for enhancing cognitive function in humans and companion animals. 21: 2012/03321 22: 08/05/2012 43: 24/02/2014 51: A61K, C07D, A61P

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PATENT JOURNAL effective amount of a compound represented by formula (I): wherein n is 1 or 3; R is hydrogen or -C(O)N(Ra)(Rb) wherein Ra and Rb are independently --(C1-C4) alkyl, or --(C1-C4) alkyl(C5-C7) aryl, wherein each of Ra and Rb is optionally substituted by --(C1-C4) alkoxy; R1, R2, and R3, are independently hydrogen, halogen, cyano or --(C6-C10) aryl, wherein said --(C6-C10) aryl is optionally substituted by halogen, with the proviso that no more than one of R1, R2, and R3 is hydrogen; and R4 and R5 are hydrogen; or a pharmaceutically acceptable salt thereof.

72: PATEL, Madhusudan, PAREDES, Rosa, HASSAN, Mahmoud, BOYD, Thomas 33: US 31: 61/288,377 32: 2009/12/21 54: METHOD OF TREATING AND/OR PREVENTING CONDITIONS CAUSED BY MICROORGANISMS USING AN ORAL LIGHT DEVICE 00: Generally regarded as safe (GRAS) dyes can be used as photosensitizing dyes in oral compositions to provide anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory efficacy. Embodiments include oral care compositions including photosensitizing dyes, methods of making the compositions, methods of using the compositions, and kits containing the compositions and light emitting devices. 21: 2012/04884 22: 2012/06/29 43: 2014/02/03 51: C01B 71: ExxonMobil Research and Engineering Company 72: STROHMAIER, Karl G., CORMA CANOS, Avelino, DIAZ CABANAS, Maria Jose, REY GARCIA, Fernando, DORSET, Douglas L., SOLED, Stuart L. 33: US 31: 61/335,102 32: 2009/12/31 54: ITQ-40, NEW CRYSTALLINE MICROPOROUS MATERIAL 00: ITQ-40 (INSTITUTO DE TECNOLOGA QUMICA number 40) is a new crystalline microporous material with a framework of tetrahedral atoms connected by atoms capable of bridging the tetrahedral atoms, the tetrahedral atom framework being defined by the interconnections between the tetrahedrally coordinated atoms in its framework. ITQ-40 can be prepared in silicate compositions with an organic structure directing agent. It has a unique X-ray diffraction pattern, which identifies it as a new material. 21: 2012/05058 22: 2012/07/06 43: 2014/02/13 51: A61K, A61P 71: NOVARTIS AG 72: MEREDITH, Erik, MONOVICH, Lauren, G., PAPILLON, Julien, HU, Qi-Ying, KSANDER, Gary, SCHUMACHER, Christoph 33: US 31: 61/294,980 32: 2010/01/14 54: USE OF AN ADRENAL HORMONEMODIFYING AGENT 00: The present invention relates to a method of treating a disease or disorder characterised by increased stress hormone levels and/or decreased androgen hormone levels in a subject, comprising administering to the subject a therapeutically

21: 2012/05198 22: 11/07/2012 43: 12/03/2013 51: B41M 71: WING KING TONG PPRINTING LIMITED 72: YAN TAK KIN ANDREW 33: - 31: - 32: 54: MULTI-PRIMARY COLORS PRINTING QUALITY CONTROL METHOD 00: 57: A multi-primary colors printing quality control method is provided. The method includes: setting the area of color values on printed material, the second primary colors are produced by the combination of the primary colors to each other, and overprinting the primary colors with the second primary colors according to a pre-determined percentage to form the neutral gray color level due to the combination of the primary colors and the second primary colors. In order to amend color values to control the change of color, the black "K" halftone used as a reference monochromatic gray level is compared with the neutral gray color level in the set area of color values. Using WING "K" Tone (WKT one) neutral gray balance theory and visual technology, operators can be provided with accurate control of comparison of color ink consumption and accurate control of the change of color value which can be read by color reading device for real-time color correction. This technology can be used in

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PATENT JOURNAL includes methods of using the host cells, as well as, methods for identifying polypeptides that increase the flux in an Fe-S cluster biosynthesis pathway in a host cell.

surpassing the proofing of three colors and massproduction printing. 21: 2012/05198 22: 11/07/2012 43: 12/03/2013 51: B41M 71: WING KING TONG PPRINTING LIMITED of 3/F, Block, Leader Ind.Ctr, 188-202 Texaco Road, Tsuen Wan , N.T.Hong Kong,People's Republic of China 72: YAN TAK KIN ANDREW 33: - 31: - 32: 54: MULTI-PRIMARY COLORS PRINTING QUALITY CONTROL METHOD 00: 57: A multi-primary colors printing quality control method is provided. The method includes: setting the area of color values on printed material, the second primary colors are produced by the combination of the primary colors to each other, and overprinting the primary colors with the second primary colors according to a pre-determined percentage to form the neutral gray color level due to the combination of the primary colors and the second primary colors. In order to amend color values to control the change of color, the black "K" halftone used as a reference monochromatic gray level is compared with the neutral gray color level in the set area of color values. Using WING "K" Tone (WKT one) neutral gray balance theory and visual technology, operators can be provided with accurate control of comparison of color ink consumption and accurate control of the change of color value which can be read by color reading device for real-time color correction. This technology can be used in surpassing the proofing of three primary colors and mass-production printing. 21: 2012/05427 22: 2011/02/17 43: 2014/01/31 51: C12N; C12P; G01N 71: BUTAMAX(TM) ADVANCED BIOFUELS LLC 72: FLINT, DENNIS, YE, RICK W, PAUL, BRIAN JAMES 33: US 31: 61/305,333 32: 2010/02/17 54: IMPROVING ACTIVITY OF FE-S CLUSTER REQUIRING PROTEINS 00: The present invention is related to a recombinant host cell, in particular a yeast cell, comprising a dihydroxy-acid dehydratase polypeptide. The invention is also related to a recombinant host cell having increased specific activity of the dihydroxyacid dehydratase polypeptide as a result of increased expression of the polypeptide, modulation of the Fe-S cluster biosynthesis of the cell, or a combination thereof. The present invention also

21: 2012/05450 22: 20/07/2012 43: 13/03/2014 51: G01D, G06Q 71: JANSE VAN RENSBURG GERFINA JOHANNA ROSSOUW 72: JANSE VAN RENSBURG GERFINA JOHANNA ROSSOUW 33: - 31: - 32: 54: A PERFORMANCE MONITORING AND MANAGEMENT TOOL 00: 57: An electronic tool, whereby input of, review, oversight and reporting on performance related data from both an organisational and individual perspective is monitored. The tool provides support for Key Performance Indicators, Projects (milestone driven) and Processes to be adhered to. Performance is measured through an automatic calculation of scores based on the stipulated targets and the actual achievement made. The tool enables the auditing of perform-ance data and generation of reports to enable effective management of persons and organisations utilising the tool. 21: 2012/05868 22: 2008/03/21 43: 2014/02/14 51: C07K; A61P 71: GENENTECH, INC. 72: BALAZS, MERCEDESZ, CHUNTHARAPAI, ANAN, WU, LAWREN, DENNIS, MARK, CHEN, YVONNE, WONG, TERENCE, BRIGHTBILL, HANS, CHAN, ANDREW

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PATENT JOURNAL 72: DING, SHENG, XU, YUE 33: US 31: 61/200,808 32: 2008/12/03 54: STEM CELL CULTURES 00: The present invention relates compounds for stabilizing cells and methods of their use.

33: US 31: 60/896,339 32: 2007/03/22 54: APOPTOTIC ANTI-IGE ANTIBODIES BINDING THE MEMBRANE-BOUND IGE 00: The present invention relates to anti-IgE antibodies, nucleic acid encoding the same, therapeutic compositions thereof, and their use in the treatment of IgE-mediated disorders.

21: 2012/06062 22: 2012/08/13 43: 2014/02/26 51: A61K, A61P, C07C, C07D, C07F 71: Abbott Laboratories, AbbVie Deutschland GmbH & Co. KG 72: AMBERG, Wilhelm, OCHSE, Michael, LANGE, Udo, KLING, Andreas, BEHL, Berthold, HORNBERGER, Wilfried, MEZLER, Mario, HUTCHINS, Charles 33: US 31: 61/152,825 32: 2009/02/16 54: AMINOTETRALINE DERIVATIVES, PHARMACEUTICAL COMPOSITIONS CONTAINING THEM, AND THEIR USE IN THERAPY 00: The present invention relates to aminotetraline derivatives of the formula (I) or a physiologically tolerated salt thereof. The invention relates to pharmaceutical compositions comprising such aminotetraline derivatives, and the use of such aminotetraline derivatives for therapeutic purposes. The aminotetraline derivatives are GIyT1 inhibitors. 21: 2012/06083 22: 2009/12/03 43: 2014/02/20 51: C07D 71: THE SCRIPPS RESEARCH INSTITUTE

21: 2012/06988 22: 18/09/2012 43: 19/02/2014 51: A61K 71: PHARMANEST AB 72: KALLBERG NILS, BRODIN ARNE, SUNDBERG MARK 33: SE 31: 1050321-7 32: 2010/04/01, 54: THERMOGELLING ANAESTHETIC COMPOSITIONS 00: 57: The present invention relates to a thermogelling pharmaceutical composition comprising local anaesthetics. The present invention relates to a thermogelling pharmaceutical composition comprising local anaesthetics in base form and which is suitable for topical administration. The compositions further comprise a polyoxyethylene castor oil and one or more surfactants to obtain thermogelling characteristics in base form and which is suitable for topical administration. The compositions further comprise a polyoxyethylene castor oil and one or more surfactants to obtain thermogelling characteristics.

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PATENT JOURNAL provides a pharmaceutical composition comprising an amount of laquimmod or pharmaceutically acceptable salt thereof and an amount of methotrexate for use in treating a subject afflicted with rheumatoid arthritis. 21: 2012/07137 22: 2012/09/21 43: 2014/02/03 51: C22C 71: Arcelormittal Investigacin Y Desarrollo SL 72: ANTONISSEN, Joachim, DE GRAVE, Eddy, MEJIA GOMEZ, Julieth Alexandra 54: STEEL PRODUCT WITH IMPROVED WEATHERING CHARACTERISTICS IN SALINE ENVIRONMENT 00: The present invention is related to a steel product of the weathering steel type, i.e. a product exhibiting increased corrosion resistance after having been exposed to the outside environment for a given time. According to the invention, the steel product is defined by a composition consisting of (in wt%) : Carbon between 0.03 and 0.2, - Manganese between 0.5 and 2, - Copper between 0 and 0.5, - Ti between 0 and 0.1, - Cr between 0 and 0.5, - Nickel between 0 and 0.2, - Niobium between 0 and 0.1, Nitrogen between 0 and 0.01, - Sulphur between 0 and 0.01, Phosphor between 0 and 0.01, Aluminium higher than 0 and maximum 1.5, - Silicon between 0.25 and 1.5, the balance being Fe and accidental impurities, and wherein the sum of the Al and Si levels is higher than about 0.85wt%. 21: 2012/07190 22: 2012/09/21 43: 2013/10/15 51: CO2F, B01J, B01D 71: VAN NIEKERK, Ockert Tobias 72: VAN NIEKERK, Ockert Tobias 33: ZA 31: 2009/08330 32: 2010/02/24 33: ZA 31: 2010/06606 32: 2010/09/15 54: WATER DESALINATION AND TREATMENT SYSTEM AND METHOD 00: The invention comprises water desalination methods and a system for such, which includes treatment of water in cation and anion ion exchange columns, and regenerating the columns after treatment of the water to set them up again for a further treatment cycle, and also providing recoverable by-products during the regeneration of the ion exchange columns instead of waste.

21: 2012/06989 22: 18/09/2012 43: 20/02/2014 51: A61K 71: PHARMANEST AB 72: GUSTAFSSON JONAS, BRODIN ARNE, SUNBERG MARK 33: SE 31: 1050322-5 32: 2010/04/01, 54: BIOADHESIVE COMPOSITIONS OF LOCAL ANAESTHETICS 00: 57: The present invention relates to a gelling bioadhesive pharmaceutical composition comprising one or more local anaesthetics in base form and which is suitable for topical administration. The compositions have anisotropic organic phase behaviour that admits swelling at administration site with excess water. 21: 2012/07128 22: 2011/03/02 43: 2014/02/07 51: A01N 71: TEVA PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRIES LTD. 72: BLAUGRUND, ERAN, TARCIC, NORA, KAYE, JOEL 33: US 31: 61/339,375 32: 2010/03/03 54: TREATMENT OF RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS WITH A COMBINATION OF LAQUINIMOD AND METHOTREXATE 00: This invention provides a method of treating a subject afflicted with rheumatoid arthritis comprising periodically administering to the subject an amount of laquimmod or pharmaceutically acceptable salt thereof and an amount of methotrexate wherein the amounts when taken together are effective to treat the subject. This invention also provides laqumimod or pharmaceutically acceptable salt thereof for use in combination with methotrexate in treating a subject afflicted with rheumatoid arthritis. This invention also

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21: 2012/07540 22: 2011/04/07 43: 2014/02/07 51: F27B; C21D; F27D 71: EBNER INDUSTRIEOFENBAU GESELLSCHAFT M.B.H. 72: SAUSCHLAGER, ANDREAS, EBNER, ROBERT 33: AT 31: A 590/2010 32: 2010/04/14 54: METHOD FOR PRE-HEATING ANNEALING MATERIAL IN A HOOD-TYPE ANNEALING SYSTEM 00: Method for pre-heating material in a hood-type annealing system. A method is described for preheating annealing material (4, 5) in a hood-type annealing system, comprising annealing bases (1, 2) which accommodate the annealing material (4, 5) under a protective cover (7) in a protective gas atmosphere, with the annealing material (4) to be subjected to a heat treatment in a protective cover (7) being preheated with the help of a gaseous heat carrier which flows in a cycle around the protective covers (7) on the outside and absorbs heat from annealing material (5) which is already heat-treated in the other protective cover (7). In order to achieve advantageous utilization of the thermal energy it is proposed that for the heat treatment of the annealing material (4, 5, 6) at least one further annealing base (3) is used which comprises a protective hood (7) which is heatable from the outside by a burner (15), and that the hot exhaust gases from the heating of said protective hood (7) are admixed into the heated heat carrier for preheating the annealing material (4).

21: 2012/07598 22: 2011/03/11 43: 2014/02/11 51: H01R; H02G 71: PREFORMED LINE PRODUCTS COMPANY 72: RENTON, ANDREW CHARLES, BARCLAY, GREGORY JOHN, TREMAIN, MURRAY CARL 33: NZ 31: 583865 32: 2010/03/11 54: IMPROVEMENTS IN ELECTRICAL CONNECTORS AND METHODS THEREFOR 00: The application discloses apparatus and methods for a high-voltage electrical connector. The connector connects a first electrical conductor to a second electrical conductor. The connector has a body portion and a securing portion, from either of which the first electrical conductor is adapted to connect to. The body portion and the securing portion at least in part define an engaging aperture into an interior of the connector. A tensioning means is also present to constrict and un-constrict the engaging aperture. The second electrical conductor is received into or out of the engaging aperture in a direction lateral to the connector. When it is received therein the engaging aperture substantially surrounds the second electrical conductor, and when so surrounded an electrical and physical connection, or disconnection, of the connector to the second electrical conductor is affected by the constriction or un-constriction.

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21: 2012/07896 22: 2012/10/19 43: 2014/02/05 51: E21B 71: Sandvik Intellectual Property AB 72: CARLSTRM, Bo, SUNDIN, Jens, LEJON, Susanne 33: EP 31:10161383.4 32:2010/04/29 54: DRILL BIT FOR PERCUSSIVE ROCK DRILLING 00: The invention relates to a drill bit (20) for percussive rock drilling, which comprises: - a drill head (21); - a skirt (24), which has a first end and an opposite second end, the skirt being connected to the drill head at said first end; - a recess (25) extending axially through the skirt from the second end of the skirt towards the first end thereof, the recess being provided with an internal, cylindrical female thread (26); and - an impact surface (27) at the bottom of the recess. Every cross-section of the recess (25) between the impact surface and the part of the recess where the female thread has its full thread profile has a cross-sectional area which is smaller than the cross- sectional area of a cross-section of the recess at the part of the recess where the female thread has its full thread profile.

21: 2012/08024 22: 2011/04/06 43: 2014/02/05 51: C21D; G21C; H05B 71: ELECTRICITE DE FRANCE 72: CHAMPREDONDE, JACQUES, FAGEON, JEAN-MARIE, NEAU, YVES 33: FR 31: 1052651 32: 2010/04/08 54: TREATMENT OF A HEATER TUBE INTENDED FOR A PRESSURIZER OF THE PRIMARY COOLING SYSTEM OF A NUCLEAR REACTOR 00: The present invention relates to the treatment of a heater tube intended to be used in a pressurizer of the primary cooling system of a nuclear reactor. In particular, the heater tube comprises a heater (1) housed in a substantially cylindrical sheath (5). The material of which this sheath is made may be a work-hardened austenitic stainless steel. In particular, the external surface of the sheath (5) is liable to undergo a stress corrosion during use of the heatertube. In the context of the invention, the method includes a heat treatment step, preferably using induction heating, in which the external

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surface of the sheath is heat-treated so as to recrystallize the material of the sheath at least on the surface thereof.

21: 2012/08064 22: 2012/10/25 43: 2014/02/26 51: F27D, G01S 71: Hatch Ltd. 72: SADRI, Afshin, SHAMELI, Ehsan, VENDITTI, Roberto, KEPES, Andrei, GERRITSEN, Terry, SOUTHALL, Sean, UYEDA, Bruce 33: US 31: 61/328,023 32: 2010/04/26 54: MEASUREMENT OF CHARGE BANK LEVEL IN A METALLURGICAL FURNACE 00: Various systems and methods for monitoring the level of a feed material layer in a metallurgical furnace are described. At least one non-contact sensor is used to sense a distance between the feed layer and a reference position. A process controller linked to the sensor provides a control signal based upon the sensed distance. The control signal may be used to control various factors in the operation of the metallurgical furnace.

21: 2012/08116 22: 26/10/2012 43: 24/01/2014 51: A61K, A61P 71: CESA ALLIANCE S.A. 72: COPPENS CHRISTINE 33: EP 31: 10157930.8 32: 2010/03/26 54: VIRAL INHIBITOR COMPOSITIONS FOR IN VIVO THERAPEUTIC USE COMPRISING A COMBINATION OF (-)-CARVONE, GERANIOL AND A FURTHER ESSENTIAL OIL COMPONENT 00: 57: The present invention concerns an antiviral composition comprising the following components: R-(-)-2-methyl-5-(prop-1-en-2-yl)-cyclohex-2-enone (also called (-) carvone) and S-(+)-2=methyl-5-(prop1-en-2-yl)-cyclohex-2-enone (also called (+) carvone) and (2E)-3,7 -dimethylocts-2,6- dien-1-ol (also called trans-geraniol) in combination with at least one or more component chosen among essential oils components for use in treatment and prevention of diseases caused by DNA enveloped viruses, DNA non-enveloped viruses, RNA enveloped viruses and RNA non-enveloped viruses. 21: 2012/08169 22: 2012/10/30 43: 2014/01/30 51: B60K, B60W, E21B, H02K 71: Sandvik Mining and Construction Oy 72: OSARA, Jukka, PIIPPONEN, Juha, KUITTINEN, Jarno, NIEMI, Timo 33: FI 31: 20105577 32: 2010/05/25 54: ROCK DRILLING RIG, METHOD FOR CONTROLLING THE TEMPERATURE OF ITS

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PATENT JOURNAL 72: PIRINEN, Tuomo, HAKALA, Joona, KLAPURI, Anssi, UITTO, Vesa 33: FI 31: 20105487 32: 2010/05/04 54: METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR DETECTING TIGHTNESS OF THREADED JOINTS OF DRILL RODS 00: The invention relates to a method and an apparatus for detecting tightness of threaded joints of drill rods when unfastening at least one threaded joint of the drilling equipment (6) by impacting the drilling equipment (6) with a percussion device in the rock drilling rig (1). For detecting the tightness there is predetermined at least one fastened model for a situation where the threaded joint/joints are fastened, a vibration signal measured during impacting is compared with both the fastened model and the unfastened model and, on the basis of the comparison, it is determined to which one of the models the tightness of the threaded joints better corresponds at the moment of determination.

DRIVE EQUIPMENT, AND LIQUID COOLING SYSTEM 00: The invention relates to a rock drilling rig, a method for controlling the temperature of its drive equipment, and a liquid cooling system. The rock drilling rig (1) comprises combustion-engine-free drive equipment (16), which includes electric components (K) for affecting transfer drive (43). The rock drilling rig is also provided with a liquid cooling system (21), to which one or more electric components affecting the transfer drive are connected to be cooled by the system. The cooling of the components is controlled by a control unit (C) according to a strategy set therein. The cooling system may additionally be precooled before the transfer drive.

21: 2012/08210 22: 2012/12/06 43: 2014/03/10 51: A61K 71: AFT PHARMACEUTICALS LIMITED 72: ATKINSON, Hartley Campbell 33: NZ 31: 586661 32: 2010/07/07 54: A COMBINATION COMPOSITION COMPRISING IBUPROFEN AND PARACETAMOL 00: A combination composition for providing relief for pain and/or inflammation, the composition having ibuprofen and paracetamol and being suitable for use in delivering to a human intravenously at each dose; a) approximately 375 mg to approximately 425 mg ibuprofen, in combination with approximately 975 mg to approximately 1,025 mg paracetamol; or b) approximately 175 mg to approximately 225 mg ibuprofen, in combination with approximately 475 mg to approximately 525 mg paracetamol. 21: 2012/08285 22: 2012/11/02 43: 2014/02/03 51: E21B 71: Sandvik Mining and Construction Oy

21: 2012/08317 22: 2012/11/05 43: 2014/02/05 51: A61K, A61P, C07D 71: F. Hoffmann-La Roche AG 72: DOLENTE, Cosimo, SCHNIDER, Patrick 33: EP 31: 10 162 451.8 32: 2010/05/10 54: HETEROARYL-CYCLOHEXYLTETRAAZABENZO[E]AZULENES 00: The present invention is concerned with heteroarylcyclohexyl-tetraazabenzo[e]azulenes of formula (I) wherein R1, R2 and R3 are as described herein. The compounds according to the invention act as Via receptor modulators, and in particular as Via receptor antagonists, their manufacture, pharmaceutical compositions containing them and their use as medicaments. The active compounds of the present invention are useful as therapeutics

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PATENT JOURNAL 51: A47J 71: Nestec S.A. 72: ETTER, Stefan 33: EP 31: 10159189.9 32: 2010/04/07 54: EXTRACTION SYSTEM FOR THE PRODUCTION OF A DRINK USING A CAPSULE 00: System for preparing drinks from a capsule comprising: a capsule (1) including a body comprising an injection face and an extraction face with an opening and terminating in a collar (5) and a portion for delivery of the drink; the collar terminating in a free edge (8); a device for preparing drinks comprising: a first chamber portion (14) comprising a cavity of a shape suitable for substantially covering the body of the capsule and a clamping surface (23) which is engaged in compression against the collar, and a second chamber portion comprising an extraction plate, at least one of the two chamber portions being able to move relative to the other chamber portion from an open position in which the capsule is inserted to a closed position in which the capsule is enclosed between the two chamber portions, the first chamber portion (14) comprising means (32, 38) for hooking the capsule making it possible to keep the capsule in the said cavity of the said first portion during the transition from the closed position to the open position; the capsule comprising complementary means (8, 39) suitable for the takeover by these hooking means.

acting peripherally and centrally in the conditions of dysmenorrhea, male or female sexual dysfunction, hypertension, chronic heart failure, inappropriate secretion of vasopressin, liver cirrhosis, nephrotic syndrome, anxiety, depressive disorders, obsessive compulsive disorder, autistic spectrum disorders, schizophrenia, and aggressive behavior.

21: 2012/08334 22: 2012/11/06 43: 2014/02/06 51: D21H 71: Hercules Incorporated 72: SUTMAN, Frank J., DILKUS, Christopher P., GU, Qu-Ming 33: US 31: 61/321,639 32: 2010/04/07 54: STABLE AND AQUEOUS COMPOSITIONS OF POLYVINYLAMINES WITH CATIONIC STARCH, AND UTILITY FOR PAPERMAKING 00: A stable aqueous composition comprising poiyvinylamine and liquid cationic starch a ratio of from 90 to 55 parts of poiyvinylamine on active basis to 10 to 45 parts of liquid cationic starch on active basis is disclosed. The composition can be used in papermaking as a strength or as a drainage aid. 21: 2012/08335 22: 2012/11/06 43: 2014/02/06

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PATENT JOURNAL 72: KAFTORI, Daniel 33: US 31: 61/332,840 32: 2010/05/10 54: SOLAR ENERGY COLLECTING SYSTEMS AND METHODS 00: An energy collecting module (100) for assembling, together with a plurality of similar energy collecting module (100), a modular energy collecting system. The energy collecting module (100) comprises a fluid channel (101) having a lumen for conducting fluid from a first connectable opening to a second connectable opening and an energy collecting element (104) mounted in front of the fluid channel (101) for concentrating radiation along the fluid channel (101). 21: 2012/08380 22: 2012/11/07 43: 2014/02/07 51: G06F 71: Accenture Global Services Limited 72: SCOTT, Anthony David 33: US 31: 61/346,787 32: 2010/05/20 54: MALICIOUS ATTACK DETECTION AND ANALYSIS 00: A system for characterizing malicious activity in an intelligent utility grid system includes a system storage which stores a database including a plurality of rules. A collector collects and store sin the system storage information-technology (IT) data including IT-related activity from the intelligent grid system. A complex event processing (CEP) bus receiving nonIT data including location-specific event data from a plurality of electronic sources, the CEP bus disregarding the non-IT data failing to meet a predetermined level of relevance to one of a plurality of risk-related events. A processor applies the plurality of rules to the relevant non-IT data to: associate an undesired event with reference to the IT -related activity; and determine a probability that the undesired event is indicative of malicious activity. The processor further applies a risk characterization to the undesired event based on the probability and the IT-related activity.

A dispensing unit for dispensing a liquid under pressure, the dispensing unit comprising a first coupling means for coupling to a liquid container adapted to store the liquid to be dispensed and a propellant gas at a first pressure and a pressure regulating means for generating said first pressure in the liquid container. The pressure regulating means have a second coupling means for coupling to a gas container adapted to store said propellant gas at a second pressure substantially higher than said first pressure and a first fluid communication path for the propellant gas between said gas container and said liquid container. Furthermore a dispensing path for dispensing the liquid from the liquid container and a first operating means for controlling the flow rate of the liquid along the liquid dispensing path during dispensing are provided. The dispensing unit further comprises a second operating means for controlling, during dispensing, the pressure of the liquid container within a range defined by the first pressure and a third pressure lower than the first pressure.

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PATENT JOURNAL 00: The present invention relates to fibronectin based scaffold domain proteins that bind PCSK9. The invention also relates to the use of the innovative proteins in therapeutic applications to treat atherosclerosis, hypercholesterolemia and other cholesterol related diseases. The invention further relates to cells comprising such proteins, polynucleotides encoding such proteins or fragments thereof, and to vectors comprising the polynucleotides encoding the innovative protein.

21: 2012/08381 22: 2012/11/07 43: 2014/02/07 51: A61K, A61P, C07C 71: Novartis AG 72: HORA, Maninder 33: US 31: 61/395,448 32: 2010/05/12 54: IMPROVED METHODS FOR PREPARING SQUALENE 00: An improved method for preparing squalene from a squalene-containing composition, said method comprising the steps of (a) a purification distillation carried out at a temperature T1; (b) a denaturing distillation carried out at a temperature T2; wherein steps (a) and (b) may be performed in either order; T1 and T2 are sufficient to cause squalene to boil; T2 > T1; and T2 > 200C.

21: 2012/08508 22: 2012/11/12 43: 2014/02/13 51: A61K, C07K, C12N 71: Bristol-Myers Squibb Company 72: CAMPHAUSEN, Ray, CLOAD, Sharon T., DAVIS, Jonathan H., DENHEZ, Fabienne M., SAEED-KOTHE, Amna, LIPOVSEK, Dasa, LOW, Chee Meng, MITCHELL, Tracy S., RAKESTRAW, Ginger C., RUSSO, Katie A., LO, Ching-Hsiung Frederick, MIAO, Bowman, PARKER, Rex A., SITKOFF, Doree F. 33: US 31: 61/323,562 32: 2010/04/13 54: FIBRONECTIN BASED SCAFFOLD DOMAIN PROTEINS THAT BIND PCSK9

21: 2012/08561 22: 14/11/2012 43: 14/02/2014 51: B60R 71: BERGER JOHANNES ALEXANDER 72: BERGER JOHANNES ALEXANDER 33: DE 31: 10 2010 023 825.2 32: 2010/06/15 54: INFLATABLE WOVEN TUBULAR BELT 00: 57: The invention proposes an inflatable woven tubular belt, with first warp threads in an upper woven layer and first warp threads in a lower woven layer, the belt being characterized in that the number of first warp threads (O1) in the upper woven layer (O) is approximately 1.5 times to three times the number of first warp threads (U1) in the lower woven layer (U).

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21: 2012/08591 22: 2012/11/14 43: 2014/02/14 51: B65D 71: British American Tobacco (Investments) Limited 72: BRAY, Andrew Johnathan, BECK, Roger Kenneth, HODGES, Paul, VILLIERS, David Robert 33: GB 31: 1008962.1 32: 2010/05/28 54: WRAPPED BUNDLE OF SMOKING ARTICLES 00: A bundle of smoking articles (1) for insertion into a smoking article pack is disclosed. The smoking articles (1) are arranged in rows with their longitudinal axes parallel to each other. The bundle is enclosed in a sheet of wrapping material (2) such that a portion of said wrapping material (2) that extends over an end of the smoking articles (3) lies in a plane at an oblique angle relative to the longitudinal axes of the smoking articles (3).

21: 2012/08635 22: 2011/12/06 43: 2014/02/18 51: B01D; B03B; B08B 71: AUSTRALIAN FINE COAL TECHNOLOGY PTY LTD 72: PORTEUS, DAVID FRANCIS, DAVIS, PAUL FREDERICK, WILLIAMS, DAVID JOHN 33: AU 31: 2010905352 32: 2010/12/06 54: SEPARATION APPARATUS 00: A separation conveyor (10) for separating a mass or slurry of different sized particles is provided. The separation conveyor includes a filter belt (12) including a feed side for receiving the mass or slurry and a filtrate side. The separation conveyor further includes a conveyor assembly (16) for conveying the filter belt, an overhead spray array (28) for spraying fluid downwards onto the slurry as it travels on the filter belt, and a lower spray array (30) for spraying fluid upwards against an underside of the belt. The upper and lower spray arrays are arranged in combination to assist in promoting separation of

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oversized particles on the feed side of the belt and undersized particles on the filtrate side of the belt.

21: 2012/08641 22: 2011/06/22 43: 2014/02/27 51: C07B 71: DIETZ, ULRICH 72: DIETZ, ULRICH 33: EP 31: 10075274.0 32: 2010/06/22 33: US 31: 61/344,311 32: 2010/06/28 54: DEVICE AND METHOD FOR SOLUBILIZING, SEPARATING, REMOVING AND REACTING CARBOXYLIC ACIDS IN OILS, FATS, AQUEOUS OR ORGANIC SOLUTIONS BY MEANS OF MICRO- OR NANOEMULSIFICATION 00: The present invention is directed to solubilizing compounds, a device and a method for solubilizing and removing carboxylic acids and especially fatty acids from oils, fats, aqueous emulsion, aqueous media and organic solutions. Devices utilizing the inventive method shall be used for separating carboxylic acids from oils, fats, aqueous emulsion, lipophilic media or organic solutions, respectively by preparing an aqueous micro- or nanoemulsion of the carboxylic acids especially the fatty acids and the solubilizing compound which contains at least one amidino and/or gianidino group. Solubilization effects of solubilizing compounds combined with the inventive use of separation methods for carboxylic acids can be used to treat persons in need of removal of fatty acids or analyze carboxylic acids from blood or process other solutions in food,

21: 2012/08667 22: 2012/11/19 43: 2014/02/19 51: C11D 71: THE PROCTER & GAMBLE COMPANY 72: VAN GINDEREN, Peter, Jos, Emma, JENNEWEIN, Marc, LABEQUE, Regine 33: EP 31: 10167234.3 32: 2010/06/24 54: SOLUBLE UNIT DOSE ARTICLES COMPRISING A CATIONIC POLYMER 00: The need for a stable, quick dissolving unit dose article delivering good fabric care benefit is met by combining a cationic polymer with a fatty acid or salt in a non-aqueous composition, that is comprised within a water-soluble or dispersible film. By combining the cationic polymer with the fatty acid, the cationic polymer is prevented from reducing the solubility of the encapsulating film. 21: 2012/08670 22: 2011/05/12 43: 2014/02/19 51: B65B; B65C; G09F 71: AVERY DENNISON CORPORATION 72: HALLAK, BASSAM, BENEDETTI, CAMILA, VAN DRIESTEN, SJOERD J 33: US 31: 61/333,777 32: 2010/05/12 33: US 31: 61/454,603 32: 2011/03/21 54: HEAT SHRINK PACKAGING SYSTEM AND METHOD 00: A packaging system including a heat shrinkable flexible wall container (1) and a heat shrinkable label (50) is described. The label (50) can be applied to

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the container (20) prior to heat shrinking. Upon subjecting the labeled container containing the items or goods of interest to a heat shrink operation, the label and flexible wall container both undergo shrinking. The shrinkage characteristics of the flexible wall container and the label are matched to one another. Also described are various methods of packaging using the noted systems.

21: 2012/08680 22: 2012/11/19 43: 2014/02/20 51: A47J 71: Nestec S.A. 72: COOKE, Charles Brian Durler, JARISCH, Christian, PALMER, Timothy John, PERENTES, Alexandre, ENGELBRECHT, Pirow 33: EP 31: 10 160 459.3 32: 2010/04/20 54: CONTAINER WITH THERMAL MANAGEMENT 00: A thermal storage device (1) for storing and maintaining a body (5), such as liquid, at a constant storage temperature different to a temperature external (1') to such device, comprises: a container (4) for containing this body at the constant storage temperature; and a thermal source (3) for compensating heat transfer resulting from a thermal gradient between the external temperature and the constant storage temperature. The thermal source comprises a mass (31) for accumulating thermal energy and for transferring heat from or to the container to compensate said heat transfer resulting

21: 2012/08709 22: 2012/11/20 43: 2014/02/20 51: C11D 71: THE PROCTER & GAMBLE COMPANY 72: LANT, Neil, Joseph 33: EP 31: 10165574.4 32: 2010/06/10 54: COMPACTED LIQUID LAUNDRY DETERGENT COMPOSITION COMPRISING LIPASE OF BACTERIAL ORIGIN 00: The present invention relates to a liquid laundry detergent composition comprising: (i) detersive surfactant comprising anionic detersive surfactant and optionally non-ionic surfactant, optionally wherein the weight ratio of anionic detersive surfactant to non-ionic detersive surfactant is greater

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PATENT JOURNAL 21: 2012/08723 22: 2012/11/20 43: 2014/02/20 51: A23F 71: Nestec S.A. 72: SHER, Alexander A., SAHAI, Deepak, LIEDTKE, Paul 33: US 31: 61/326,461 32: 2010/04/21 54: COFFEE EXTRACT COMPRISING A MULTIVALENT ION 00: The present invention relates to a coffee extract with improved foaming properties, which comprises a multivalent ion ant to methods of producing a coffee extract of the invention and uses thereof. 21: 2012/08725 22: 2012/11/20 43: 2014/02/20 51: C02F 71: General Electric Company 72: CHANG, Sheng, WANG, Sijing, GINZBURG, Boris Fernandes, FAN, Fengshen 54: MIXED LIQUOR FILTERABILITY TREATMENT IN A MEMBRANE BIOREACTOR 00: A membrane bioreactor (MB R) (10) uses a process and apparatus for dosing flux enhancing chemicals (FEC) to respond to temporary periods of operation that cause, or are likely to cause, membrane fouling. An FEC dosing device (32) is provided in communication with a channel (20) separating a process tank (12) and the membrane filtration system (14) of an MBR. A mixer (36) in the channel (20) rapidly mixes dosed FEC with mixed liquor (18) flowing into the membrane tank. The dosing device (32) is connected to sensors (40, 42) sensing conditions in the channel or the membrane filtration system (14) or both. FEC is added to the mixed liquor (18) flowing into the membrane filtration system (14) considering conditions in the mixed liquor (18) flowing to the membrane unit or membrane operating parameters or both. The FEC dosage may be in the range of 0.05 to 10 mg/g MLSS. The process may include steps of initiating dosing, adjusting the dosing concentration, and terminating dosing.

than 1:1; (ii) optionally, surfactancy boosting polymer; (iii) from 0wt% to 10wt% fatty acid;(iv) optionally, silicone suds suppressor; (v) optionally, structurant; (vi) lipase of bacterial origin; and (vii) optionally nil-boron enzyme stabilizer; wherein the electrolytic strength of the composition at a concentration of 1g/l in de-ionized water and at a temperature of 25oC in mScm-1 is preferably less than 200mScm-1. 21: 2012/08718 22: 2011/05/24 43: 2014/02/18 51: B01D 71: VEOLIA WATER SOLUTIONS & TECHNOLOGIES NORTH AMERICA, INC 72: SHAW, WILLIAM A, SMITH, STANTON R 33: US 31: 12/786,737 32: 2010/05/25 54: GASIFICATION PROCESS 00: A gasifier waste stream from a gasification process is directed to a solids separator. A portion of the suspended solids in the waste stream is removed in the solids separator, producing slag and fly ash and a grey water effluent. The grey water effluent is directed to one or more ceramic membranes which remove at least portions of the remaining suspended solids in the grey water. Permeate from the ceramic membrane is directed to an evaporator located downstream from the ceramic membrane for further concentration. Placing the ceramic membrane upstream from the evaporator reduces fouling and plugging in the evaporator that would otherwise occur due to the suspended solids in the grey water.

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21: 2012/08759 22: 2011/04/25 43: 2014/02/21 51: G02F 71: VIEW, INC. 72: WANG, ZHONGCHUN, PRADHAN, ANSHU, ROZBICKI, ROBERT 33: US 31: 12/772,055 32: 2010/04/30 33: US 31: 12/772,075 32: 2010/04/30 33: US 31: 12/814,277 32: 2010/06/11 33: US 31: 12/814,279 32: 2010/06/11 54: ELECTROCHROMIC DEVICES 00: Conventional electrochromic devices frequently suffer from poor reliability and poor performance. Improvements are made using entirely solid and inorganic materials. Electrochromic devices are fabricated by forming an ion conducting electronically-insulating interfacial region that serves as an IC layer. In some methods, the interfacial region is formed after formation of an electrochromic and a counter electrode layer. The interfacial region contains an ion conducting electronically-insulating material along with components of the electrochromic and/or the counter electrode layer. Materials and microstructure of the electrochromic devices provide improvements in performance and reliability over conventional devices.

21: 2012/08783 22: 2012/11/22 43: 2014/02/24 51: C11D 71: THE PROCTER & GAMBLE COMPANY 72: JENNEWEIN, Marc, BOULAICH, Rajae, LABEQUE, Regine 33: EP 31: 10167227.7 32: 2010/06/24 54: STABLE NON-AQUEOUS LIQUID COMPOSITIONS COMPRISING A CATIONIC POLYMER IN PARTICULATE FORM 00: The need for a stable, compact composition providing improved fabric care benefit, that is also convenient to use, can be met by incorporating a cationic cellulose polymer into a non-aqueous composition, using a non-aqueous dispersant. Such compositions have good physical stability, with little or no clumping of the cationic polymer in particulate form. 21: 2012/08784 22: 2012/11/22 43: 2014/02/24 51: C11D 71: THE PROCTER & GAMBLE COMPANY 72: LABEQUE, Regine 33: EP 31: 10167235.0 32: 2010/06/24 54: STABLE COMPOSITIONS COMPRISING CATIONIC CELLULOSE POLYMERS AND CELLULASE 00: The need for a stable, compact composition providing improved fabric care benefit, that is also convenient to use, can be met by incorporating a cationic cellulose polymer and cellulase enzyme into a non-aqueous composition. The non-aqueous composition can be made even more convenient to use, by encapsulating in a water-soluble or dispersible film to form a unit-dose article. Such unit

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dose articles provide improved fabric feel in addition to improved colour maintenance. 21: 2012/08785 22: 2012/11/22 43: 2014/02/24 51: A61F 71: THE PROCTER & GAMBLE COMPANY 72: LASH, Glen, Ray 33: US 31: 61/359,457 32: 2010/06/29 54: ABSORBENT ARTICLE HAVING AN IMPROVED LEG CUFF 00: An absorbent article having improved leg cuffs. The absorbent article includes a topsheet, a backsheet joined to the topsheet; and an absorbent core positioned between the topsheet and the backsheet. The absorbent core can have longitudinal edges and end edges, and the absorbent article can have a leg cuff extending along each longitudinal edge of the absorbent core. The leg cuff can have a lifted position and a flat position, a height, a width, a length, a volume, an upper surface, an inner barrier, an outer barrier, a lower surface, and a crosssectional area that is a generally quadrilateral shape in the lifted position. The cross-sectional area is defined by the upper surface, the inner barrier, the outer barrier, and the lower surface.

21: 2012/08840 22: 2012/11/22 43: 2014/02/24 51: A24F, A61M, B65D 71: British American Tobacco (Investments) Limited 72: SCHENNUM, Steven Michael 33: US 31: 12/787,271 32: 2010/05/25 54: AEROSOL GENERATOR 00: An aerosol generator device has an elongate body (1) with an interior passageway (35) extending longitudinally to its mouth end (4). The device receives an interchangeable, pressurised canister (2) charged with a nicotine containing liquid that is discharged in a metered doses on manual actuation of a button member (7) that causes a valve (18) in the canister to open and discharge through a discharge tube (11). A sleeve (3) releaseably couples the canister (2) to the body (1). The button member (12) is slidably mounted on the body for reciprocal movement along a trigger axis Y- Y' extending transversely of the longitudinal axis X-X' of the device, and has a manually depressible surface portion (36) and a camming surface portion (38) that drives a slidable nozzle member (12) to press the discharge tube (11) inwardly of the canister to open its valve and release liquid into the nozzle member. Nozzle (32) forms an aerosol from the liquid, which is delivered to the consumer through outlets (9) in the mouth end (4) of the device.

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PATENT JOURNAL Aerosol generator An aerosol generator has a body (4), a mouthpiece (6) on the body and a delivery mechanism to deliver aerosol for inhalation by a consumer into the mouthpiece by turning the mouthpiece and body relative to one another The aerosol is generated from liquid dispensed from a canister (2) having a discharge tube (9) depressible inwardly to open an interior valve. A nozzle member (5) is driven inwardly against the discharge tube of the canister when the mouthpiece and body are turned relative to one another, to open the valve and create the aerosol.

discharged in a metered doses on manual actuation of a trigger (39) that causes a valve in the canister to open and discharge through a discharge tube (13). Inner and outer collar members (18, 19) releasably couple the canister (2) with a controlled angular orientation to the body (1) with a bayonet action. The trigger (39) is rotatably mounted on the body about a trigger axis (40) spaced from and extending transversely of the longitudinal axis X-X' of the device, and has a manually depressible surface portion (42) under a flexible cover (38), and a camming surface portion (43) that drives a slidable nozzle member (44) inwardly of the body to press the discharge tube (13) inwardly of the canister and the valve so as to form an aerosol from the liquid released from the canister. 21: 2012/08842 22: 2012/11/22 43: 2014/02/24 51: A24F, A61M 71: British American Tobacco (Investments) Limited 72: SCHENNUM, Steven Michael 33: US 31: 12/787,258 32: 2010/05/25 54: AEROSOL GENERATOR 00: An aerosol generator ( 1 ) has a generally cylindrical body with a mouthpiece at one end a canister ( 6 ) removably received within the body, the canister containing pressurised fluid, an interior, continuous canister valve ( 8 ) and a depressible discharge tube ( 12 ) that releases the fluid into the body. An electrically operable valve ( 14 ) controls the discharge of the fluid from the canister towards the mouthpiece, and a nozzle forms an aerosol of the fluid that discharges from the canister. A pressure switch ( 17 ) switches in response to a pressure reduction at the mouthpiece and supplies electrical power from internal batteries ( 15 ) to the valve to produce a discharge of the fluid through the valve to create an aerosol in the mouthpiece for the consumer.

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21: 2012/08866 22: 26/11/2012 43: 19/02/2014 51: E04H 71: VAN DEN BERG DANIEL 72: VAN DEN BERG DANIEL 33: ZA 31: 2011/06370 32: 2011/08/31 54: SECURITY BARRIER 00: 57: This security barrier includes a barrier structure in the form of a number of upright poles with metal conductive wires supported between the poles. The poles act as supports for the wires and other items required to be supported along the barrier or fence. A light is attached to the poles. The light is an LED light and it has a mounting means having a housing with a clip formation so that it clips into or snap-fits into a hole in a pole. The clip may be a-symmetrical so that the angle of the light beamed from the light, relative to the pole is adjustable by adjusting the position of the clip relative to the pole.

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PATENT JOURNAL are useful, e.g., in treatment and/or prevention of retrovirus infection. In particular, asymmetric target sequences present in a plurality of HIV strains are disclosed, as well as tailored recombinases capable of combining these sequences (Tre 3.0 and 4.0) and expression vectors encoding them.

21: 2012/08908 22: 2012/11/26 43: 2014/02/13 51: C12N 71: Heinrich-Pette-Institut Leibniz-lnstitut fr Experimentelle Virologie - Stiftung brgerlichen Rechts -, Max-Planck-Gesellschaft Zur Frderung der Wissenschaften E.V. 72: HAUBER, Joachim, CHEMNITZ, Jan, BUCHHOLZ, Frank, CHUSAINOW, Janet 33: EP 31: 10005499.8 32: 2010/05/27 54: TAILORED RECOMBINASE FOR RECOMBINING ASYMMETRIC TARGET SITES IN A PLURALITY OF RETROVIRUS STRAINS 00: The present invention relates to a method for preparing an expression vector encoding a tailored recombinase, which tailored recombinase is capable of recombining asymmetric target sequences within the long terminal repeat (LTR) of proviral DNA of a plurality of retrovirus strains inserted into the genome of a host cell, as well as to the obtained expression vector, cells transfected with this, expressed recombinase and pharmaceutical compositions comprising the expression vector, cells and/or recombinase. Pharmaceutical compositions

21: 2012/08915 22: 2012/11/26 43: 2014/02/26 51: A61K, A61P 71: GlaxoSmithKline Biologicals s.a. 72: OUAKED, Nadia, PLANTE, Martin, LAROCQUE, Daniel, MALLETT, Corey Patrick 33: GB 31: 1009273.2 32: 2010/06/03 54: ORAL VACCINE COMPRISING AN ANTIGEN AND A TOLL-LIKE RECEPTOR AGONIST 00: The present invention provides an immunogenic composition comprising one or more antigens and a Toll-like receptor (TLR) agonist in an orally (e.g. sublingually) administered composition. 21: 2012/08928 22: 27/11/2012 43: 27/02/2014 51: B01J, C07B, C07C 71: GRAPHEA INC 72: JIA HONG-PENG, DREYER DANIEL R, BIELAWSKI CHRISTOPHER W 33: US 31: 61/349.378 32: 2010/05/28, 54: CARBOCATALYSTS FOR CHEMICAL TRANSFORMATIONS 00: 57: The disclosure relates to catalytically active carbocatalysts, e.g., a graphene oxide or graphite oxide catalyst suitable for use in a variety of chemical transformations. In one embodiment, it relates to a method of catalyzing a chemical reaction of an organic molecule by reacting the organic molecule in the presence of a sufficient amount of graphene oxide or graphite oxide for a time and at a temperature sufficient to allow catalysis of a chemical reaction. According to other embodiments, the reaction may be an oxidation reaction, a hydration reaction, a dehydrogenation reaction, a condensation reaction, or a polymerization reaction.

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PATENT JOURNAL 72: LESIC BILIANA, CAPRONNIER SANDRINE, LEGRAIN-RASPAUD SOPHIE, GROMPONE GIANFRANCO, CHAMBAUD ISABELLE 33: - 31: - 32: 54: PROBIOTIC STRAINS FOR USE IN IMPROVING TRANSEPITHELIAL RESISTANCE 00: 57: The invention relates to the use of lactic acid bacteria, for use in improving transepithelial resistance and more particularly in treating and/or preventing constipation and/or irritable bowel disease. 21: 2012/09028 22: 2012/11/29 43: 2014/02/26 51: E21B 71: SMITH INTERNATIONAL, INC. 72: CARIVEAU, PETER T, VORONIN, GEORGIY, BELNAP, J DANIEL 33: US 31: 13/684,613 32: 2012/11/26 33: US 31: 61/564,577 32: 2011/11/29 54: SHEAR CUTTER WITH IMPROVED WEAR RESISTANCE OF WC-CO SUBSTRATE 00: A cutting element having a substrate, an abrasive layer mounted to the substrate at an interface, and a longitudinal axis extending through the abrasive layer and the substrate is disclosed, wherein the substrate has a binder material, a plurality of metal carbide grains bonded together by an amount of the binder material, and at least one binder gradient, and wherein the amount of binder material decreases along at least one direction to form the at least one binder gradient.

Some reactions may include auto-tandem reactions. The disclosure further provides reaction mixtures containing an organic molecule and graphene oxide or graphite oxide in an amount sufficient to catalyze a reaction of the organic molecule.

21: 2012/08950 22: 2012/11/27 43: 2014/02/27 51: A61L 71: Semprus Biosciences Corp. 72: LI, Jun, ZHANG, Zheng, HUVAL, Chad, BOUCHARD, Michael, COURY, Arthur J., LOOSE, Christopher R. 33: US 31: 61/353,059 32: 2010/06/09 54: NON-FOULING, ANTI-MICROBIAL, ANTITHROMBOGENIC GRAFT-FROM COMPOSITIONS 00: A method for preparing and resulting articles of manufacture comprising a substrate having a surface, a bulk beneath the surface, and a grafted polymer layer on the substrate surface, the substrate surface and the grafted polymer layer, in combination, constituting a modified surface having a fibrinogen adsorption of less than about 125 ng/cm2 in a fibrinogen binding assay in which the modified surface is incubated for 60 minutes at 37 C in 70 g/mL fibrinogen derived from human plasma containing 1.4 g/mL I-125 radiolabeled fibrinogen. 21: 2012/08977 22: 08/08/2012 43: 28/02/2014 51: G01F 71: PATTISON-EMMS ROBERT 72: PATTISON-EMMS ROBERT 33: ZA 31: 2010/08361 32: 2010/11/22 54: METERING DEVICE 00: 57: The invention relates to the use of lactic acid bacteria, for use in modifying the enteric nervous system and more particularly in treating and/or preventing intestinal disorders such as constipation and/or irritable bowel disease. 21: 2012/08978 22: 28/11/2012 43: 28/02/2014 51: A23L, A61K, A61P 71: COMPAGNIE GERVAIS DANONE

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21: 2012/09233 22: 2012/12/06 43: 2013/12/09 51: A61K 71: RB PHARMACEUTICALS LIMITED 72: NORTON, Richard, L., WATKINS, Andrew, ZHOU, Mingxing 33: GB 31: 1009549.5 32: 2010/06/08 54: INJECTABLE FLOWABLE COMPOSITION COMPRISING BUPRENORPHINE 00: The present invention is directed to a buprenorphine sustained release delivery system capable of delivering buprenorphine, a metabolite, or a prodrug thereof for a duration of about 14 days to about 3 months. The buprenorphine sustained release delivery system includes a flowable composition and a solid implant for the sustained release of buprenorphine, a metabolite, or a prodrug thereof. The implant is produced from the flowable composition. The buprenorphine sustained release delivery system provides in situ 1-month and 3month release profiles characterized by an exceptionally high bioavailability and minimal risk of permanent tissue damage and typically no risk of muscle necrosis. 21: 2012/09314 22: 10/12/2012 43: 11/03/2014 51: G01P, H02P 71: EATON CORP 72: YAN TING, SHARMA SANTOSH KUMAR, DIMINO STEVEN A, LU BIN 33: US 31: 12/816.461 32: 2010/06/16 54: SYSTEM AND METHOD OF SPEED DETECTION IN ANAC INDUCTION MACHINE 00: 57: A system and method for determining rotor speed of an AC induction machine is disclosed. The system is programmed to estimate a rotor speed of the induction machine according to a linear speed estimation algorithm and based on name plate information (NPI) of the induction machine and parameters of the AC induction machine during operation thereof. The rotor speed estimation system is also programmed to estimate a rotor speed of the AC induction machine according to a frequency-domain signal processing algorithm and determine if the rotor speed estimated thereby is valid. If the rotor speed estimated by the frequencydomain signal processing algorithm is valid, then a tuned rotor speed of the AC induction machine is estimated according to the linear speed estimation algorithm and based, in part, on the rotor speed estimated by the frequency-domain signal processing algorithm.

21: 2012/09314 22: 10/12/2012 43: 11/03/2014 51: G01P, H02P 71: EATON CORP 72: YAN TING, SHARMA SANTOSH KUMAR, DIMINO STEVEN A, LU BIN 33: US 31: 12/816.461 32: 2010/06/16 54: SYSTEM AND METHOD OF SPEED DETECTION IN ANAC INDUCTION MACHINE 00: 57: A system and method for determining rotor speed of an AC induction machine is disclosed. The system is programmed to estimate a rotor speed of the induction machine according to a linear speed estimation algorithm and based on name plate information (NPI) of the induction machine and parameters of the AC induction machine during operation thereof. The rotor speed estimation system is also programmed to estimate a rotor speed of the AC induction machine according to a frequency-domain signal processing algorithm and determine if the rotor speed estimated thereby is valid. If the rotor speed estimated by the frequencydomain signal processing algorithm is valid, then a tuned rotor speed of the AC induction machine is estimated according to the linear speed estimation algorithm and based, in part, on the rotor speed estimated by the frequency-domain signal processing algorithm.

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54: METHODS OF TREATING OR PREVENTING ESTROGEN-RELATED DISEASES 00: Methods for treating or reducing the likelihood of acquiring estrogen -related (e.g. estrogenexacerbated) diseases including endometriosis include administering to a patient a selective estrogen receptor modulator (SERM), in combination with inhibiting ovarian secretions, e.g., by administering an LHRH agonist or antagonist. In some embodiments, a precursor of sex steroids, said precursor being selected from the group consisting of dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA), dehydroepiandrosterone sulfate (DHEA- S), androst5-ene-3,17-diol (5-diol), and androstenedione or a compound transformed into one of these, is also administered

21: 2012/09373 22: 2011/06/30 43: 2014/02/25 51: A61J 71: CYTONET, LLC 72: ALEKSANDROVA, KRASIMIRA LAMBEVA, ARSENIEV, LUBOMIR, SIEMS, KIMBERLY ANN, SHERWOOD, SONYA OLABISI AMELIA MEHEUX 33: US 31: 61/361,722 32: 2010/07/06 54: DEVICES AND METHODS FOR PROCESSING A BIOMATERIAL IN A CLOSED SYSTEM 00: Disclosed herein are methods and devices for processing a biomaterial in a closed system and administering the processed biomaterial to a subject.

21: 2012/09765 22: 2012/12/20 43: 2014/03/04 51: E06B 71: VENTRITE BUSINESS TRUST 72: VAN BILJOEN, Brian Jeffrey 33: ZA 31: 2011/06881 32: 2011/09/21 54: SOLAR SHADING LOUVRE ASSEMBLY 00: The invention provides a louvre assembly comprising a set of spaced apart rigid cranked clips for retaining the ends of shading louvres and pivotally mounted adjacent the ends of the flanges of a pair of channel sectioned retaining posts for the ends of shading louvres. The end of each clip within the channel is pivotally secured to an operating lever longitudinally movable within the channel and the outer end of each clip is adapted for a releasable attachment to a louvre. The invention further provides for means for controlled movement of the operating lever.

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PATENT JOURNAL acid (1,3PDS) in a subject, preferably a human subject. The invention encompasses compounds that will yield or generate 1,3PDS, either in vitro or in vivo. The invention also relates to sulfonate ester prodrugs of 1,3PDS as well as Gemini dimmers and oligomers of 1,3PDS for the prevention or treatment of associated diseases and conditions. 21: 2012/5860 22: 2012/08/03 43: 2014/02/04 51: A01H C12N 71: BASF AGRO B.V., ARNHEM (NL), ZWEIGNIEDERLASSUNG WDENSWIL 72: MANKIN, Scots, L., CARLSON, Dale, R., LIEBL, Rex, STEVENSON-PAULIK, Jill, M., PASTERNAK, Maciej, WELZEL, Annegret 33: US 31: 61/293,165 32: 2010/01/07 54: HERBICIDE-TOLERANT PLANTS 00: The present invention provides saflufenacil-tolerant plants. The present invention also provides methods for controlling the growth of weeds by applying saflufenacil to which the saflufenacil-tolerant plants of the invention are tolerant. Plants of the invention express a cytochrome P450 polypeptide, the expression of which confers, to the plants, tolerance to the saflufenacil.

21: 2012/09780 22: 18/12/2012 43: 04/04/2014 51: G01F 71: COENRAAD WILLEM VAN WYK 72: COENRAAD WILLEM VAN WYK 33: - 31: - 32: 54: LIQUID LEVEL INDICATING FACILITY INCORPORATING WATER TANK 00: 57: Remotely viewable liquid level establishing apparatus in the form of a liquid level indicating facility incorporating water tank 10 comprises a water tank 12 incorporating charging and discharge connections and a liquid level indicating facility 18. The facility 18 is constituted from buoyancy means in the form of a float member 20 and a liquid level indicator in the form of an even remotely perceivable sphere 22 that is connected to the float member 20 by a rod 24. The rod 24 fits displaceably along a sleeve 28 enabling the elevation of the sphere 22 to reflect the level of water within the tank 12.

21: 2012/1352 22: 2012/02/23 43: 2014/02/24 51: C07C A61K A61P 71: BHI LIMITED PARTNERSHIP 72: KONG, Xianqi, LEVENS, Nigel, BOUZIDE, Abderrahim, CIBLAT, Stphane, FRENETTE, Richard, RENAUD, Johanne 33: US 31: 61/232,597 32: 2009-08-10 54: METHODS, COMPOUNDS, AND COMPOSITIONS FOR DELIVERING 1,3PROPANEDISULFONIC ACID 00: The invention relates to methods, compounds, and compositions for delivering 1,3-propanedisulfonic

21: 2012/6356 22: 2012/08/23 43: 2014/02/25 51: A23L 71: CADBURY UK LIMITED 72: SARKAR, Subhashis, SURI, Krishnamohan, AMBESKAR, Satish, LEWIS DLIMA, Oriana, BHATIA, Atul 33: GB 31: 1001195.5 32: 2010/01/26 54: IMPROVEMENTS IN COMESTIBLE PRODUCTS AND THEIR MANUFACTURE 00: A process for preparing a malted beverage particulate comprises: a) a mixing stage in which a liquid material comprising malt extract is mixed with an expansion control agent to form a liquid

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PATENT JOURNAL connection, and enabling a connection determination to be made at the mobile terminal regarding whether to connect to the access point based on whether the access point supports the particular service or connection. A corresponding computer program product and apparatuses are also provided.

admixture; b) a drying stage in which the liquid admixture is formed into a dried mass, and c) a comminution stage in which the malted beverage particulate is formed from the dried mass. Also described is a malted beverage product comprising particles which comprise malt extract and an expansion control agent; and the use of an expansion control agent to improve the drying of malted extract.

21: 2012/7113 22: 2012/09/21 43: 2014/02/03 51: H04W G06F G01C G08G 71: NOKIA CORPORATION 72: BRAKENSIEK, Jorg, BOSE, Raja 33: US 31: 12/713,780 32: 2010/02/26 54: METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR PROVIDING COOPERATIVE ENABLEMENT OF USER INPUT OPTIONS 00: An apparatus for providing cooperative enablement or disablement of user input options may include at least one processor and at least one memory including computer program code. The at least one memory and the computer program code may be configured, with the processor, to cause the apparatus to perform at least receiving a first indication identifying any user input option to be enabled or disabled based on context information associated with a local device, receiving a second indication of any user input option to be enabled or disabled based on context information associated with a remote device, and providing enablement or disablement of user input options of the local device based on the first indication and the second indication. A corresponding method and computer program product are also provided. 21: 2012/8660 22: 2012/11/19 43: 2014/02/19 51: H04W 71: NOKIA CORPORATION 72: PATIL, Basavaraj, BAJKO, Gabor 33: US 31: 61/326,459 32: 2010/04/21 54: METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR DETERMINING ACCESS POINT SERVICE CAPABILITIES 00: A method for determining access point service capabilities may include identifying, at a mobile terminal, an access point to which the mobile terminal is capable of establishing a connection, determining, prior to authentication between the mobile terminal and the access point, whether the access point supports a particular service or

21: 2012/8661 22: 2012/11/19 43: 2014/02/19 51: H04L 71: NOKIA CORPORATION 72: SAVOLAINEN, Teemu Ilmari, KORHONEN, Jouni 54: METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR SYNTHESIZED ADDRESS DETECTION 00: A method and apparatus for synthesized address prefix detection is provided. One example method includes generating a request for a first protocol address record of a name that has been assigned an address in accordance with a second protocol, causing the request to be sent to a domain name system server, and analyzing a response to the request for the first protocol address record to determine whether the domain name system server

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generated a synthesized address for the name in accordance with the first protocol. Similar and related example methods and example apparatuses are also provided.

21: 2013/00242 22: 2011/07/05 43: 2014/02/14 51: A61M; A61K 71: CAREBAY HOLDING LTD., 72: LAWLIS, BRYAN V, HAYENGA, KIRK J, HORTON, DARLENE P, GIAMBATTISTA, LUCIO, DESALVO, DAVID, BENDEK, ANTONIO 33: US 31: 61/361,319 32: 2010/07/02 54: PRESERVATIVE-FREE FOLLICLE STIMULATING HORMONE SOLUTION DELIVERY DEVICE 00: A one-time use device to deliver preservative-free follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) solution is disclosed. The device includes a needle covered by a sliding needle shield, which covers the needle in all modes of the device. The device can be placed into a ready-to-use position in four or fewer user steps. The device has a knob for setting a desired dose of FSH. The knob includes longitudinally spaced elements respectively corresponding to the lock position and the seven or fewer discrete dosing positions. The device locks after one use and cannot be reused thereafter.

21: 2013/00327 22: 2011/07/12 43: 2014/02/25 51: A42B 71: PFANNER SCHUTZBEKLEIDUNG GMBH 72: PFANNER, ANTON, GREBER, MARTIN 33: DE 31: 10 2010 027 012.1 32: 2010/07/13 54: PROTECTIVE HELMET, IN PARTICULAR FOR FORESTRY WORKERS 00: A protective helmet is described, with a helmet shell (36) and with an interior fitting subassembly (40) which comprises at least one supporting cage (42), a head band (44) and a neck band (46). Three supporting arms (54, 55, 56) serve to fasten the subassembly (40) to the helmet shell (36) with a spacing. A clearance (60) is thus provided between the interior fitting subassembly (40) and the helmet shell (36) for receiving ear protection capsules (35a, 35b) and supporting straps (37a, 37b) of ear defenders (34) and of another helmet accessory. When not in use, the ear defenders (34) can be pivoted under the helmet shell (36). The protective helmet (30) therefore does not provide any engagement possibilities whatsoever for obstacles, such as branches and the like. The supporting arms (54, 55, 56) partially conduct a force acting on the helmet (30) from above back into the helmet shell (36) in order to elastically deform the latter. The helmet (30) therefore has improved shock absorption capability.

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21: 2013/00539 22: 2011/07/22 43: 2014/02/26 51: B65D 71: K-FEE SYSTEM GMBH 72: KRGER, MARC 33: DE 31: 10 2010 031 988.0 32: 2010/07/22 33: DE 31: 10 2010 044 251.8 32: 2010/09/02 33: DE 31: 10 2011 010 534.4 32: 2011/02/07 54: PORTION CAPSULE HAVING AN IDENTIFIER 00: The present invention refers to a portion capsule for producing a beverage, comprising a base element having a cavity in which a beverage raw material is provided and which is closed by a membrane fastened to the base element.

21: 2013/00650 22: 2011/06/14 43: 2014/02/24 51: B64B; B64C; D07B; H04B 71: DAVIDSON TECHNOLOGY LIMITED 72: DAVIDSON, PETER, HUNT, HUGH EDMUND MURRAY, BURGOYNE, CHRISTOPHER JOHN 33: GB 31: 1012864.3 32: 2010/07/30 33: GB 31: 1015807.9 32: 2010/09/21 33: GB 31: 1017685.7 32: 2010/10/20 54: HIGH ALTITUDE PLATFORM 00: An apparatus for generating electrical energy at altitude, comprising a tether connecting a substantially ground level location, part to a platform at an elevated location, the tether comprising a conduit coupled to an electrical generator at the platform, the conduit arranged to allow the flow of a fuel fluid from the substantially ground level location to the elevated location, and the electrical generator being operable to convert energy in the fuel fluid to electrical energy at the elevated location.

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21: 2013/00716 22: 28/01/2013 43: 28/01/2014 51: A61F 71: DIGRAZIA JENNIFER 72: DIGRAZIA JENNIFER 33: US 31: 12/826,644 32: 2010/06/29, 54: WOUND AND BANDAGE PROTECTION SYSTEM METHOD 00: 57: This invention concerns wound/bandage protectors. In particular, the invention relates to a wound/bandage protector configured as a wrap, a sock/mitten, or a bandage, which may be made out of stretchable material. The wrap may have one or more fastening straps as well as possibly a first catch fastening surface. The sock/mitten may have a fastening strap and a sheath. The WTap, the sock/mitten, and the bandages may have apertures and aperture covers. In addition, the wound/bandage protectors as well as the bandages may have diamond or triangular gauze configurations with the gauze pad having three or four primary corners, the primary corners of the gauze pad in most instances being oriented towards edges of the body portion or length or width tangents of the body portion, preferably mid-points or mid-sections of the length or width tangents or body portion edges.

21: 2013/00795 22: 2011/08/02 43: 2014/01/31 51: A61K; A61P 71: LABORATORIOS DEL DR. ESTEVE, S.A. 72: ZAMANILLO-CASTANEDO, DANIEL, VELA HERNNDEZ, JOS MIGUEL, PUIG RIERA DE CONIAS, MARGARITA 33: EP 31: 10382215.1 32: 2010/08/03 54: USE OF SIGMA LIGANDS IN OPIOIDINDUCED HYPERALGESIA 00: The invention refers to the use of a sigma ligand, particularly a sigma ligand of formula (I) to prevent and/or treat opioid-induced hyperalgesia (OIH) associated to opioid therapy. 21: 2013/00796 22: 2011/07/26 43: 2014/01/31 51: A01D; B23D; B27B; B27G 71: DENIS, GILLES, DENIS, LAURENT 72: DENIS, GILLES, DENIS, LAURENT 33: US 31: 12/924,862 32: 2010/10/08 33: CA 31: 2,717,479 32: 2010/10/04 33: US 31: 61/344,453 32: 2010/07/26 54: BRUSH CUTTER 00: A cutting tooth having a blade-like cutting section, a mounting section extending down from the bottom surface of the cutting section with at least a top portion of the mounting section adjacent the cutting section defining a width smaller than that of the cutting section, the mounting section having laterally extending retaining members spaced from the cutting section and adapted to be retained in a mounting block, at least a quarter of the length of the cutting section extending past a front of the mounting section, with the front end of the cutting section terminating in a cutting edge.

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21: 2013/00797 22: 2011/08/12 43: 2014/01/31 51: F16K 71: LEINEMANN GMBH & CO. KG 72: KOSMEHL, RALF, KLAUE, UWE 33: EP 31: 10008514.1 32: 2010/08/16 54: SWITCHING VALVE 00: The invention relates to a switching valve having a valve seat (8) with a longitudinal axis (L) and having a valve plate (2) with a valve plate surface (6) which can be placed into a pass-through position, in which the switching valve is open, and into a closed position, in which the switching valve is closed and the valve plate (2) bears with the valve plate surface (6), in a contact region (10), against the valve seat (8), wherein the valve plate has a modulus of elasticity of at least 1000 N/mm2, which switching valve is characterized in that the valve plate (2), in the closed position, is deformed by a closing force acting thereon, in such a way that the contact region (10) of the valve plate surface (6) in the closed position forms an angle α, which differs from 0°, with the contact region (10) of the valve plate surface (6) in the pass-through position. 

21: 2013/00822 22: 2011/03/28 43: 2014/01/31 51: A61K; A61P 71: ORCHID CHEMICALS & PHARMACEUTICALS LTD. 72: BALASUBRAMANIAN, GOPALAN, SINGH, GAJENDRA, NARAYANAN, SHRIDHAR, MOOKKAN, JEYAMURUGAN, KULATHINGAL, JAYANARAYAN, NARAYANAN, SURENDRAN 33: IN 31: 2140/CHE/2010 32: 2010/07/28 33: IN 31: 525/CHE/2011 32: 2011/02/23 54: DIPHENYL ETHER COMPOUNDS FOR THE TREATMENT OF LIVER, LUNG DISORDERS, DIABETIC COMPLICATIONS AND CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES 00: Described herein are compounds of formula (I), their derivatives, analogs, tautomeric forms, stereoisomers, polymorphs, hydrates, solvates, pharmaceutically acceptable salts and compositions, metabolites and prodrugs thereof, for use in treating liver diseases such as non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) and non-alcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH), and other fibrotic diseases of the liver; diabetic complications such as macro (ischemic heart disease, cerebrovascular disease and peripheral vascular disease) and micro (cataract, retinopathy nephropathy neuropathy, maculopathy and glaucoma) vascular complication; and cardiovascular diseases such as atherosclerosis, restenosis, hypertension, vasospasm, and cardiac hypertrophy; and lung disorders and lung fibrosis.

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21: 2013/00823 22: 2011/07/07 43: 2014/01/31 51: E02B; B63C; E21B 71: KIRKBY, ALAN DENNIS 72: KIRKBY, ALAN DENNIS 33: GB 31: 1011445.2 32: 2010/07/07 54: UNDERWATER OIL AND GAS COLLECTION SYSTEM 00: A device for collection of oil and gas from an underwater source comprising a balloon-like structure (1) defined by an envelope having an opening (18), which, in operation, is on the underside of the balloon-like structure, which balloon-like structure includes: a vent (23) adapted to vent gas in the envelope, and control means (2) for controlling the oil upper level having a closure valve (3) adapted to control flow of gas in the envelope through the vent, the valve being closable by a valve closure member operable by a float (8) adapted to float on the oil to determine the minimum volume of gas in the envelope, wherein, in use, the balloon-like structure is adapted to be placed over the source to collect oil and gasses from said underwater source. The balloon-like structure further includes buoyancy means (10, 12, 14, 16, 17) adapted to control the buoyancy of the structure to enable ascent to the surface of the water in a controlled manner. The envelope may be formed of a flexible material to enable it to be collapsed or folded for storage and/or transportation.

21: 2013/00824 22: 2011/07/01 43: 2014/01/31 51: B01J 71: COMMONWEALTH SCIENTIFIC AND INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH ORGANISATION, CHEVRON U.S.A. INC. 72: KIBBY, CHARLES LEONARD, TRIMM [DECEASED], DAVID LAWRENCE 33: US 31: 61/360,967 32: 2010/07/02 54: MODIFIED FISCHER-TROPSCH CATALYST AND METHOD FOR CONVERSION OF SYNGAS 00: A method of preparing a catalyst for conversion of syngas to Fischer-Tropsch hydrocarbon products comprising providing a reduced oxide FischerTropsch catalyst and treating the reduced oxide catalyst with acetylene.

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21: 2013/00825 22: 2011/07/12 43: 2014/01/31 51: F23D; F23Q; F23N 71: ALSTOM TECHNOLOGY LTD 72: CHASE, PAUL H, BOGUSZEWSKI, STANLEY 33: US 31: 12/846,063 32: 2010/07/29 54: IGNITOR SPARK STATUS INDICATOR 00: An ignitor spark indicator (100) is described that monitors RF signals within a flame rod (25) located near a spark rod (23). The signal from the flame rod (25) is processed to provide a waveform that indicates when electrical arcing is occuring. The indication when arcing is occurring is also provided to flame-detecting equipment. The flame-proving device (60) only operates when the arcing is not produced so that the flame-detecting device (60) does not confuse the arcing with a flame reducing the false positive determinations.

21: 2013/00826 22: 2011/06/29 43: 2014/01/31 51: G01N; C12Q 71: MICROSENS MEDTECH LIMITED 72: STANLEY, CHRISTOPHER JOHN, WILSON, STUART MARK 33: GB 31: 1011152.4 32: 2010/07/02 54: CAPTURE OF MICRO-ORGANISMS 00: Micro-organisms, including fungi, viruses and bacteria such as Mycobacteria and/or fragments of micro-organisms such as cell wall components present in an aqueous liquid are captured to a solid surface by adding to said liquid a sufficient quantity of a water soluble polymer in the presence of said solid surface to displace said micro-organisms and/or fragments from the liquid to the solid surface. The surface may be provided by a bead. The water soluble polymer may be polyethyleneglycol or polyvinylpyrrolidone. 21: 2013/00827 22: 2011/08/12 43: 2014/01/31 51: F28D 71: HIGHVIEW ENTERPRISES LIMITED 72: MORGAN, ROBERT, BRETT, STEPHEN GARETH 33: GB 31: 1013578.8 32: 2010/08/12 33: GB 31: 1104387.4 32: 2011/03/15 54: INTEGRATION OF AN ENERGY STORAGE DEVICE WITH A SEPARATE THERMAL PROCESS 00: The present invention relates to methods of integrating one or more thermal processes with one another, wherein the thermal processes to be

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integrated have different supply and demand criteria for thermal energy. The method involves the use of one or more thermal stores.

21: 2013/00828 22: 2011/08/12 43: 2014/01/31 51: F28D 71: HIGHVIEW ENTERPRISES LIMITED 72: MORGAN, ROBERT, DEARMAN, MICHAEL 33: GB 31: 1013578.8 32: 2010/08/12 33: GB 31: 1104387.4 32: 2011/03/15 54: METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR STORING THERMAL ENERGY 00: Methods and apparatus for storing thermal energy are disclosed. The thermal energy may be hot or cold. The methods and apparatus allow the thermal store to be charged and discharged at different rates. The methods and apparatus also allow the thermal store to be charged and discharged with multiple and/or interrupted phases.

21: 2013/00829 22: 2011/08/04 43: 2014/01/31 51: B07C; B07B; C22B; G01N 71: TECHNOLOGICAL RESOURCES PTY. LIMITED 72: KINGMAN, SAMUEL, DIMITRAKIS, GEORGIOS, DODDS, CHRISTOPHER, WELLWOOD, GRANT ASHLEY 33: AU 31: 2010903483 32: 2010/08/04 54: SORTING MINED MATERIAL 00: An apparatus for sorting mined material, such as mined ore, includes an applicator for exposing fragments of a material to electromagnetic radiation and an assembly for distributing fragments from the applicator so that the fragments move downwardly and outwardly from an upper inlet of the assembly and are discharged from a lower outlet of the assembly as individual, separate fragments that are not in contact with each other. The apparatus also includes a detection and assessment system for detecting and assessing one or more than one characteristic of the fragments and a sorting means in the form of a separator for separating the fragments into multiple streams in response to the assessment.

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21: 2013/00830 22: 2011/07/29 43: 2014/01/31 51: H04W; H04M 71: NTT DOCOMO, INC. 72: NISHIDA, KATSUTOSHI 33: JP 31: 2010-178198 32: 2010/08/06 33: JP 31: 2010-183497 32: 2010/08/18 54: MOBILE COMMUNICATION METHOD AND MOBILE COMMUNICATION SYSTEM 00: The characteristic of a mobile communication system according to the present invention is that the mobile communication system includes the steps of: causing an MME in a visitor network of EU#1 to acquire SRVCC capability of the UE#1 in an attach process or location registration process of the UE#1; and causing an ATCF, which controls an ATGW, to acquire the SRVCC capability of the UE#1, in a registration process of the UE#1 with IMS.

21: 2013/00832 22: 2011/07/14 43: 2014/01/31 51: B01D; C12H 71: X-FLOW B.V. 72: MEPSCHEN, ANDR 33: NL 31: 2005177 32: 2010/07/30 54: A FILTRATION METHOD FOR OPERATING A FILTRATION MODULE WITH GAS FEED AT ITS PERMEATE SIDE TO PREVENT BACKFLOW OF PERMEATE 00: A method for operation of a filtration module (4) comprising a housing (5) with at least one filter element (7) positioned therein, the filter element defining a first space (10) in the housing at a feeding side of its filtering surface and a second space (11) at an opposite permeate side thereof, a fluid feed (14) opening out in the first space at the feeding side of the filter element, and a permeate outlet (17) in flow communication with the second space at the permeate side of the filter element, in which the filter element is placed in an upright position. The permeate outlet is positioned at a lower end of the filter element, and a gas feed (18) is provided opening out in the second space at said permeate side of the filter element. During filtration, pressurized gas is fed into the second space.

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21: 2013/00833 22: 2011/08/03 43: 2014/01/31 51: A01N 71: DOW AGROSCIENCES LLC 72: LIU, LEI, EHR, ROBERT J, KALANTAR, THOMAS H, SCHMIDT, DALE C, ZHANG, QIANG, ZHAO, MIN 33: US 31: 61/370,838 32: 2010/08/05 54: PESTICIDE COMPOSITIONS OF MESO-SIZED PARTICLES WITH ENHANCED ACTIVITY 00: The present disclosure relates to pesticide compositions consisting of meso-sized particles in combination with certain adjuvants such as built-in adjuvants which are added directly to the formulation or to an aqueous dilution of the formulation such as tank-mix adjuvants, to provide enhanced effectiveness for the control of agricultural pests. mesoparticle compositions containing such adjuvants have been found to provide improved effectiveness compared to mesoparticle compositions not containing such adjuvants or to conventional formulations. 21: 2013/00870 22: 2011/07/27 43: 2014/02/03 51: A61K; A61P 71: CHIESI FARMACEUTICI S.P.A. 72: BILZI, ROBERTO, COCCONI, DANIELA, SCHIARETTI, FRANCESCA 33: EP 31: 10171748.6 32: 2010/08/03 54: DRY POWDER FORMULATION COMPRISING A PHOSPHODIESTERASE INHIBITOR 00: The invention relates to a pharmaceutical formulation in the form of inhalable dry powder comprising particles of a phosphodiesterase-4

21: 2013/00873 22: 2011/07/26 43: 2014/02/03 51: A61M 71: B. BRAUN MELSUNGEN AG 72: WOEHR, KEVIN 33: US 31: 61/371,054 32: 2010/08/05 54: NEEDLE SAFETY DEVICE AND ASSEMBLY 00: Safety intravenous catheters (IVCs) are disclosed herein having a catheter hub (102) with a catheter tube (112), a needle with a needle hub, and a needle guard (204). The needle guard is configured to be positioned at least partially within an interior space of the catheter hub and is retained thereto by mechanical engagement between the two. Following removal of the needle from the catheter hub, the needle guard is configured to disengage from the catheter hub and attach over a tip of the needle to shield the needle tip from inadvertent needlesticks. The needle guard having an angled end section configured with a length and a width to retain the needle tip within a tip holding space behind the angled end section.

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21: 2013/00874 22: 2011/08/05 43: 2014/02/03 51: F02C; F03G; F24J 71: ALSTOM TECHNOLOGY LTD 72: WIEGHARDT, KAI 33: DE 31: 10 2010 036 900.4 32: 2010/08/06 54: SOLAR TOWER WITH INTEGRATED GAS TURBINE 00: A solar tower (1) comprises a solar radiation receiver (4) and a gas turbine engine (2). The gas turbine engine (2) is vertically arranged within the tower and comprises in downward flow series: - a compressor (3) for compressing ambient air (15) drawn through at least one air inlet at an upper end of the tower, - a heating arrangement (4) for heating compressed air from the compressor, the solar radiation receiver comprises at least part of the heating arrangement, and - a turbine (5) for extracting work from the heated compressed air. The gas turbine engine (2) is integrally formed with the solar tower (1) and the gas heating arrangement of the gas turbine engine (2) is integrally formed with the solar radiation receiver (4).

21: 2013/00877 22: 2011/07/07 43: 2014/02/03 51: A61K; A61P 71: GREEN, JAMES TRINCA, WILKISON, WILLIAM OWEN 72: GREEN, JAMES TRINCA, WILKISON, WILLIAM OWEN 33: US 31: 61/362,946 32: 2010/07/09 54: COMBINATION IMMEDIATE/DELAYED RELEASE DELIVERY SYSTEM FOR SHORT HALF-LIFE PHARMACEUTICALS INCLUDING REMOGLIFLOZIN 00: A combination immediate/delayed release delivery system for compounds which have short half-life's, such as the antidiabetic remogliflozin etabonate, is provided which provides a dosage form that has two distinct phases of release, a formulation that promotes immediate release of the compound upon ingestion and another formulation which delays the release of the compound so that a dosing regimen of remogliflozin etabonate, once daily, may be acheived while providing effective control of plasma glucose and minimizing the nighttime exposure of this compound. The delivery system includes, but is not limited to, a combination of enteric coating of an immediate release formulation such that a delay in release is provided. Methods for forming the sodescribed immediate/delayed release delivery system and using such delivery system for treating diabetes are also provided.

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21: 2013/00887 22: 2013/02/01 43: 2014/01/31 51: G06F, G06Q, H04L 71: AMADEUS S.A.S 72: DANIELLO, Rudy, ISNARDY, Luc, REYNAUD, Claudine, MOUNTAIN, Eric Stephen, CIABRINI, Damien 33: EP 31: 10305855.8 32: 2010/08/02 54: AUTOMATIC TRAFFIC GENERATION FOR A FARING SYSTEM 00: A faring system (10) includes a production facility (12) including at least one fare shopping server (14), a staging facility (16) including at least one fare shopping server (18), and an entry point (20) for conducting bi-directional communications with customers. The staging facility further includes a database (26) storing transformation rules and a traffic generation subsystem (24) configured to receive a transaction via the entry point from a customer, to determine if the received request is one suitable for use in generating simulation data for the fare shopping server of the staging system and, if so, to modify the received transaction in accordance with at least one rule retrieved from the database to create at least one modified transaction, and to send the at least one modified transaction to the fare shopping server of the staging facility for processing. The fare shopping server of the staging facility processes the modified transaction for evaluating a potential new or modified functionality of the faring system.

21: 2013/00919 22: 2011/07/01 43: 2014/02/04 51: B25D; E21B 71: ATLAS COPCO ROCK DRILLS AB 72: PETTERSSON, MARIA, JOHANSSON, ANDERS 33: SE 31: 1000885-2 32: 2010/08/31 54: HYDRAULIC IMPACT MECHANISM FOR USE IN EQUIPMENT FOR TREATING ROCK AND CONCRETE 00: A hydraulic impact mechanism, of the valveless impact mechanism type, comprising a pre-charged gas accumulator connected to a working chamber in order to make possible impact mechanisms for equipment for rock drilling and hydraulic breakers that is lighter, cheaper and more sustainable from the point of view of material fatigue. Furthermore, a gas accumulator of piston type with an integral brake chamber (240, 250, 360) and a piston (220, 320) designed to fit into the said brake chamber (240, 250, 360).

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21: 2013/00920 22: 2011/08/09 43: 2014/02/05 51: C07D; A61K; A61P 71: SHIONOGI & CO., LTD. 72: ENDOH, TAKESHI, SHINTANI, TAKUYA, KAI, HIROYUKI, KAMEYAMA, TAKAYUKI, HORIGUCHI, TOHRU, ASAHI, KENTARO, FUJII, YASUHIKO, NAKAMURA, KEN'ICHIROH, JIKIHARA, SAE, HASEGAWA, TSUYOSHI, OOHARA, MIHO, TADA, YUKIO, MAKI, TOSHIKATSU, IIDA, AKIRA 33: JP 31: 2010-179350 32: 2010/08/10 33: JP 31: 2010-182803 32: 2010/08/18 33: JP 31: 2011-074763 32: 2011/03/30 54: TRIAZINE DERIVATIVE AND PHARMACEUTICAL COMPOSITION HAVING AN ANALGESIC ACTIVITY COMPRISING THE SAME 00: The present invention provides novel compounds having a P2X3and/or P2X2/3receptor antagonistic effect. A pharmaceutical composition having an analgesic effect or an improving effect of urination disorder comprising: a compound of the formula (I), h j wherein R and R are taken together to form a bond; a b d e R and R , and/or R and R are taken together to form c an oxo or the like; R is hydrogen, substituted or f 4a 4b 2 unsubstituted alkyl or the like; R is -(CR R )n-R ; 4a 4b R and R are hydrogen, substituted or 2 unsubstituted alkyl or the like; R is substituted or unsubstituted cycloalkyl or the like;nis an integer of 1 g 3 3 to 4; -R is -X-R ; -X- is -O-, -S-, or the like; and R is substituted or unsubstituted cycloalkyl or the like, or its pharmaceutically acceptable salt or a solvate thereof.

21: 2013/00921 22: 2011/07/29 43: 2014/02/04 51: G01N 71: SIGNAL PHARMACEUTICALS, LLC 72: XU, SHUICHAN, WONG, LILLY, DING, JIANHUA 33: US 31: 61/369,455 32: 2010/07/30 54: BIOMARKER ASSAYS FOR DETECTING OR MEASURING INHIBITION OF TOR KINASE ACTIVITY 00: Provided herein are methods for detecting and/or measuring the inhibition of TOR kinase activity in a subject and uses associated therewith. 21: 2013/00922 22: 2011/07/14 43: 2014/02/04 51: E21B 71: GEO-MOLE LIMITED 72: BRICE, MARK 33: GB 31: 1011999.8 32: 2010/07/16 54: TWO-PORT PERCUSSION MOLE 00: A percussion mole for inserting a ground-loop for a geothermal heat-pump apparatus. The ground-loop includes a first pipe and a second pipe. The mole comprises: a percussive drive mechanism;a first passage connectable to the first pipe, for receiving a driving fluid via the first pipe and delivering it to the drive mechanism, during insertion of the groundloop;a second passage connectable to the second pipe, for exhausting the driving fluid from the drive mechanism via the second pipe, during insertion of the ground-loop; and a connection connecting the first passage with the second passage. The

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connection includes a non-return valve arranged to restrict flow of the driving fluid from the first passage to the second passage during insertion of the ground-loop but permit flow in the opposite direction,whereby after insertion, when the heat pump apparatus is in use, the ground-loop comprises the first and second pipes; the first and second passages; and the connection.

21: 2013/00950 22: 2011/08/09 43: 2014/02/05 51: C07D; A61K; A61P 71: ASTELLAS PHARMA INC. 72: ASANO, TORU, MAEDA, JUNKO, KOZUKI, YOSHIHIRO, IMADA, SUNAO, KATO, KOJI, TAKAHASHI, FUMIE, SHIWAKU (DECEASED), MASAHIKO, FUKAHORI, HIDEHIKO 33: JP 31: 2010-179418 32: 2010/08/10 54: HETEROCYCLIC COMPOUND 00: [Problem] A novel and excellent compound which is useful as an agent for preventing and/or treating rejection reactions in various organ transplantations, allergy diseases, autoimmune diseases, and hematologic tumor, and based on a PI3Kδ selective inhibitory action and/or an IL-2 production inhibitory action and/or a B cell proliferation inhibitory action (including an activation inhibitory action). [Means for Solution] The present inventors have investigated a compound having a PI3Kδ selective inhibitory action and/or an IL-2 production inhibitory action and/or a B cell proliferation inhibitory action (including an activation inhibitory action), and

21: 2013/00951 22: 2011/07/28 43: 2014/02/05 51: C01B 71: SD-CHEMIE IP GMBH & CO. KG 72: LARLUS, OLIVIER, CLAUS, MARTIN, RAKOCZY, ALBERT RAINER 33: DE 31: 10 2010 034 005.7 32: 2010/08/11 54: HYDROTHERMAL SYNTHESIS OF ZEOLITES OR ZEOLITE-LIKE MATERIALS USING MODIFIED MIXED OXIDES 00: This invention relates to a process for producing aluminium silicates in the form of zeolite L, as well as the intermediate and end products of this process. The invention further relates to the use of these aluminium silicates for the conversion or adsorption of hydrocarbons.

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PATENT JOURNAL 00: The present disclosure provides methods for the treatment of neurological diseases/disorders using neural stem cells (NSCs) obtained from a spinal cord tissue. The methods may include the use of a NSC population to treat a neurological disease/disorder of the brain. Such methods may include introducing exogenously cultured and expanded NSCs into the brain, which differentiate into neurons capable of integrating in vivo into the brain tissue in a sufficient manner to ameliorate the symptoms associated with the neurological disease/disorder. 21: 2013/00956 22: 2011/07/08 43: 2014/02/07 51: A01N 71: TEVA PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRIES LTD. 72: LAXER, AVITAL, PIRYATINSKY, VICTOR 33: US 31: 61/399,297 32: 2010/07/09 54: DEUTERATED N-ETHYL-N-PHENYL-1,2DIHYDRO-4-HYDROXY-5-CHLORO-1-METHYL-2OXOQUINOLINE-3-CARBOXAMIDE, SALTS AND USES THEREOF 00: The subject invention provides deuterated N-ethyl-Nphenyl-1,2-dihydro-4-hydroxy-5- chloro-1-methyl-2oxoquinoline-3-carboxamide, its salts and uses. 21: 2013/00957 22: 2011/07/08 43: 2014/02/07 51: A61K 71: TEVA PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRIES LTD. 72: FRISTEDT, ULF TOMAS 33: US 31: 61/399,264 32: 2010/07/09 54: 5-CHLORO-4-HYDROXY-1-METHYL-2-OXO-NPHENYL-1,2-DIHYDROQUINOLINE-3CARBOXAMIDE, SALTS AND USES THEREOF 00: The subject invention provides 5-chloro-4-hydroxy- 1 -methyl-2-oxo-N-phenyl- 1,2- dihydroquinoline-3carboxamide, its salts and uses. 21: 2013/00960 22: 2011/09/06 43: 2014/02/05 51: E05F 71: IN & TEC S.R.L. 72: BACCHETI, LUCIANO 33: EP 31: 10175479.4 32: 2010/09/06 33: EP 31: 10187458.4 32: 2010/10/13 54: DOOR CLOSER, PARTICULARLY FOR GLASS DOORS 00: A door closer for doors, particularly glass doors, which are supported by a stationary support structure (S) and are movable between an open door position and a closed door position. The door closer comprises a box-like body (10) and a pin (20) reciprocally rotatably coupled to rotate around a first axis (x) between the open door position and the

21: 2013/00952 22: 2011/08/16 43: 2014/02/05 51: C11D 71: UNILEVER PLC 72: WANG, JINFANG, JONES, CHRISTOPHER CLARKSON, MEALING, DAVID RICHARD ARTHUR, FERGUSON, PAUL, PAN, XIAOYUN, CHEN, HONGGANG 33: CN 31: PCT/CN2010/076087 32: 2010/08/18 54: FABRIC TREATMENT COMPOSITIONS COMPRISING TARGETED BENEFIT AGENTS 00: The invention provides a benefit agent delivery particle comprising hydroxylpropyl cellulose. The benefit agent delivery particle may further comprise a non- polysaccharide polymer, preferably an aminoplast polymer. The benefit agent delivery particle may comprise a perfume. The invention also provides a process for the manufacture of the particles in which perfume oil is encapsulated using emulsion polymerization to form core-shell particles, (in the alternative the perfume may be adsorbed later) and, a further polymer layer is formed on the outer surface of the core shell-particles in the presence of the delivery aid. 21: 2013/00954 22: 2011/07/28 43: 2014/02/07 51: A61K 71: NEURALSTEM, INC., SHYU, WOEI-CHERNG, LIN, SHINN-ZONG, WANG, HSIAO-JUNG 72: JOHE, KARL K, SHYU, WOEI-CHERNG, LIN, SHINN-ZONG, WANG, HSIAO-JUNG 33: US 31: 61/368,409 32: 2010/07/28 54: METHODS FOR TREATING AND/OR REVERSING NEURODEGENERATIVE DISEASES AND/OR DISORDERS

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PATENT JOURNAL third natural frequencies of a vehicle windshield to be optimized without increasing the weight of the windshield.

closed door position. Closing means are provided (30) to automatically return the door, as well as a braking means (40) acting thereon to counteract their action. First and second cam elements (31, 41) unitary with the pin (20) and interposed between a first and second plunger elements (32, 42) are provided.

21: 2013/00966 22: 2013/02/05 43: 2014/02/07 51: B32B, C03C, G01N, G10K 71: Saint-Gobain Glass France 72: REHFELD, Marc, FOURNIER, David 33: FR 31: 1056725 32: 2010/08/24 54: METHOD FOR SELECTING AN INTERLAYER FOR VIBROACOUSTIC DAMPING, INTERLAYER AND GLAZING UNIT COMPRISING SUCH AN INTERLAYER 00: The invention relates to a method for selecting a viscoelastic plastic insert, including two outer layers and a central layer, to be included between two glass sheets of a glass panel, the method including the following steps: providing first and second elements for forming the central layer and the outer layers, respectively; measuring the shear modulus G' of the first and second elements; selecting the material for the second element only if G' > 3.107 Pa at 20C and 100 Hz to 240 Hz; setting the thickness h the first element such that h is 0.31 mm to 1.20 mm and such that g = G7h is 5.58.108 Pa/m to 2.37.109 Pa/m at 20C and 100 Hz to 240 Hz. The invention enables the damping of the second and

21: 2013/00995 22: 2011/07/14 43: 2014/02/06 51: E05B 71: ADOLFSSON, BERNT 72: ADOLFSSON, BERNT 33: SE 31: 1050810-9 32: 2010/07/16 54: AN ARRANGEMENT FOR A LOCK 00: According to one aspect of the present invention, an arrangement for a lock is provided, comprising: a first lock part and a second lock part which is rotatably arranged in the first lock part and comprises a plurality of lock elements for cooperation with the first lock part and a key, which lock elements comprise a first and a second group of lock elements which are oriented with a primary end facing in a first and a second direction respectively relative to the second lock part, each of which lock elements in the first and second group is arranged: to assume a first position relative to the second lock part in the absence of actuation of the key, to be movable by means of the key from the first position into a third position via a second intermediate position, and to prevent rotation of the second lock part in the first position, each lock element in the first group being arranged to, in the second position, prevent rotation of the second lock part and, in the third position, allow rotation of the second lock part, and each lock element in the second group being

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PATENT JOURNAL during the course of variable delay periods to relatively constant delay periods and the corresponding pressures of the pressurized cuff to determine a diastolic pressure. Possible and inevitable errors caused by discontinuity of heartbeats can be avoided by a conversion from discontinuous events to continuous measurements. The systolic pressure and the diastolic pressure of blood pressure can be measured accurately and non-invasively.

arranged to, in the second position, allow rotation of the second lock part and, in the third position, prevent rotation of the second lock part.

21: 2013/00996 22: 2011/05/17 43: 2014/02/07 51: A61B 71: SHENZHEN RAYCOME HEALTH TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD. 72: WU, XIAOGUANG 33: CN 31: 201010247968.6 32: 2010/08/06 54: NON-INVASIVE BLOOD PRESSURE MEASURING APPARATUS AND MEASURING METHOD THEREOF 00: A non-invasive blood pressure measuring apparatus and a measuring method is provided. A host (1) is provided with a microprocessor coupled with an air pressure sensor. A pressurized cuff (2) is an inflatable cuff with a gas tube connected with the air pressure sensor, and fastened to a body portion where user's artery blood flow can be blocked completely after air inflation. A pulse wave detector (3) is fixed at a downstream position of the pressurized (2) according to the artery blood flow direction. The microprocessor performs a real-time process to several pulse wave amplitudes detected by the pulse wave detector (3) during the course of slow increase from zero and the corresponding pressures of the pressurized cuff to determine a systolic pressure; and the microprocessor performs a real-time process to several pulse delay periods which are the delay periods between the pulse waves and the corresponding pressure AC signals

21: 2013/00997 22: 2011/08/23 43: 2014/02/07 51: C09C; C04B 71: OMYA INTERNATIONAL AG 72: SKOVBY, MICHAEL, GONNON, PASCAL 33: EP 31: 10008803.8 32: 2010-08-24 33: US 31: 61/414,508 32: 2010/11/17 54: PROCESS FOR THE PREPARATION OF CEMENT, MORTARS, CONCRETE COMPOSITIONS CONTAINING A CALCIUM CARBONATE - BASED FILLER (PRE) -TREATED WITH A SUPERPLASTICIZER, COMPOSITIONS AND CEMENT PRODUCTS OBTAINED AND THEIR APPLICATIONS 00: The invention concerns a PROCESS for the preparation of cement / mortar / concrete (for simplicity: "cement") compositions or systems, (hereafter "cement" compositions or systems for simplicity), of a general known type, in which the filler(s) is/are comprising or consist of "calcium carbonate - based filler(s)", comprising at least one step where the said filler(s) is / are treated with an

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PATENT JOURNAL plasmid encoding rep protein. This system allows to obtain a stable integration of the structural and regulatory HIV-1 proteins gag/pol and rev. The system allows to obtain a first intermediate including only the structural and regulatory HIV proteins gag/pol and rev, to be used as starting point to obtain stable packaging cell lines as well as producer cell lines. 21: 2013/00999 22: 2011/09/01 43: 2014/02/07 51: C12N 71: MOLMED SPA 72: BOVOLENTA, CHIARA, STORNAIUOLO, ANNA, RIZZARDI, PAOLO, MAVILIO, FULVIO 33: EP 31: 10175088.3 32: 2010/09/02 54: SEMI-STABLE PRODUCTION OF LENTIVIRAL VECTORS 00: The present invention provides a new semi-stable packaging cell line and a method to produce lentiviral vectors (LV), using the semi-stable packaging cell line. New methods and packaging cell lines of the invention are generated using a baculoAAV hybrid system for stable expression of structural and regulatory lentiviral proteins, such system comprising a baculoviral backbone containing an integration cassette flanked by AAV ITRs, in combination with a plasmid encoding rep protein. This system allows to obtain a stable integration of the structural and regulatory HIV-1 proteins gag/pol and rev. The system allows to obtain a cell line including the structural and regulatory HIV proteins gag/pol and rev, to be used for a semi-stable LV production. 21: 2013/01028 22: 2011/08/23 43: 2014/02/07 51: A01N 71: DOW AGROSCIENCES LLC 72: ZHANG, HONG, TANK, HOLGER, QIN, KUIDE, LIU, LEI, LI, MEI, WILSON, STEPHEN L, OUSE, DAVID G, KENNEDY, ALEX, DOWNER, BRANDON MATTHEW 33: US 31: 61/376,360 32: 2010/08/24 54: COMPOSITIONS AND METHODS FOR IMPROVING THE COMPATIBILITY OF WATER SOLUBLE HERBICIDE SALTS 00: The compatibility of aqueous herbicide solutions containing water soluble salts of 2,4-D and glyphosate in the presence of inorganic cations is improved by the addition of polyethylenimine or polyvinylamine crystallization inhibitors. 21: 2013/01029 22: 2011/08/01 43: 2014/02/07 51: H01H 71: SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC INDUSTRIES SAS

efficient treating amount of at least one treating agent consisting of or comprising superplastifier(s). The main purpose of this invention is to build a process aimed at providing improved, "High performance", FLUID, cement or mortars or concrete systems or compositions having an improved compacity, an improved flowability, and globally speaking a definitely improved "workability", and "regularity" of the properties of the final systems. The present invention also concerns a filler for "cement" compositions, characterized in that if consists of, or comprises, a calcium- carbonate-based filler or blends of same, pre-treated with an "efficient amount" of at least one superplastifier.

21: 2013/00998 22: 2011/09/01 43: 2014/02/07 51: C12N 71: MOLMED SPA 72: BOVOLENTA, CHIARA, STORNAIUOLO, ANNA, RIZZARDI, PAOLO, MAVILIO, FULVIO 33: EP 31: 10175088.3 32: 2010/09/02 54: STABLE PRODUCTION OF LENTIVIRAL VECTORS 00: The present invention provides new stable packaging cell lines and producer cell lines as well as methods to obtain them, and a new method to produce lentiviral vectors using such cell lines. New methods and packaging cell lines of the invention are generated using a baculo-AAV hybrid system for stable expression of structural and regulatory lentiviral proteins, such system comprising a baculoviral backbone containing an integration cassette flanked by AAV ITR, in combination with a

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PATENT JOURNAL means of conveyance where installation would result in significant exposure to environmental hazards, and including a rating system that can handle complex fare calculations from a plurality of sensors.

72: BENNI, DOMINIQUE, GUILLOT, ALAIN, MEFTAH, TEWFIK, DESAPHIE, BERNARD 33: FR 31: 10 56741 32: 2010/08/25 54: DEVICE FOR DETECTING AND SIGNALING A CHANGE IN THE STATE OF A PUSH BUTTON 00: The invention relates to a device (3) for detecting and signalling the change of state of a push-button (2), for example of the emergency stop type. The device is in the form of an attachment which can be removed from the push-button (2) and comprises: an electrical energy generator (1) housed in the casing (30) of the device and adapted to cooperate with the control head (20) of the push-button (2) in order to convert mechanical energy into electrical energy, - a wireless transmitter for sending a message to a remote receiver, the said wireless transmitter being housed in the casing (30) and electrically connected to the electrical energy generator (1).

21: 2013/01031 22: 2011/08/08 43: 2014/02/07 51: G07B 71: WORLD MOTO, INC. 72: ZIOMKOWSKI, CHRISTOPHER LOUIS, GILES, PAUL ANTHONY 33: US 31: 61/401,337 32: 2010/08/10 54: UNIVERSAL VEHICLE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM 00: A universal vehicle management apparatus that can be installed on any means of conveyance, including

21: 2013/01032 22: 2011/08/05 43: 2014/02/07 51: A61K; C12P 71: COUNCIL OF SCIENTIFIC & INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH 72: MAHESHWARI, NEERAJ, SAHNI, GIRISH 33: IN 31: 1845/DEL/2010 32: 2010/08/05 54: PROTEIN FUSION CONSTRUCTS POSSESSING THROMBOLYTIC AND ANTICOAGULANT PROPERTIES 00: The present invention discloses novel hybrid proteins that have both plasminogen activator and anti-thrombotic properties, including clot specific action, that renders these as highly advantageous for the treatment of circulatory disorders involving fibrin clot formation due to underlying tissue damage in the blood vesels leading to myocardial infarction, strokes etc. Also disclosed are new proteins, and methods of obtaining the same, that help to dissolve blood clots by activating plasminogen in a plasmin or thrombin dependent manner and also inhibit both the activity and generation of thrombin through the intrinsic pathway of blood coagulation.

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PATENT JOURNAL 33: JP 31: 2010-184854 32: 2010/08/20 33: JP 31: 2010-189739 32: 2010/08/26 54: CRYSTAL FORM OF 4-ISOPROPYLPHENYL GLUCITOL COMPOUND AND PROCESS FOR PRODUCTION THEREOF 00: A highly stable crystal of (1S)-1,5-anhydro-1-[5-(4{(1E)-4-[(1-{[2-(dimethylamino)ethyl]amino}-2methyl-1-oxopropan-2-yl)amino]-3,3-dimethyl-4oxobut-1-en-1-yl}benzyl)-2-methoxy-4-(propan-2yl)phenyl]-D-glucitol, and a process for producing the crystal are provided. Specifically, an ethanolate having the following physical properties, and a plurality of other crystal forms transformed from the ethanolate are provided:  (a) Having peaks appear at 2θ = 5.9, 17.1, 17.6 and 21.5 in X-ray powder diffraction (Cu-Kα);  (b) Showing characteristic absorption bands appear at -1 -1 -1 -1 3538 cm , 3357 cm , 2964 cm , 1673 cm , 1634 -1 -1 cm and 1505 cm in an infrared absorption spectrum; and  (c) Having a melting point in a vicinity of 111C. 21: 2013/01063 22: 2011/07/05 43: 2014/02/10 51: B29C 71: COLORMATRIX HOLDINGS, INC. 72: SEE, MICHAEL D 33: US 31: 61/362,410 32: 2010/07/08 54: HIGH PRESSURE INJECTION METHOD 00: A method for additive delivery during a plastics processing is disclosed. The method includes establishing a network of components in a control loop that uses a feedback method to drive at least one pump (46), thus enabling continuous, robust proportioning of additive in a difficult to control environment. The feedback method includes sending at least one signal from at least one sensor associated with a plastics melting machine to a controller (43), sending one or more signals from the controller to the at least one pump (46), monitoring the pressure in the at least one pump (46) and sensing the position of an injection nozzle valve (49), and sending one or more signals to the injection nozzle valve (49) instructing the valve (49) to open or close.

21: 2013/01033 22: 2010/10/25 43: 2014/02/07 51: A43B 71: S.C. JOHNSON & SON, INC. 72: HOOGERBRUGGE, EDWIN PAUL, BRONGERS, BAS, VAN HAASTEREN, JOOST ROBERT 33: NL 31: 2005226 32: 2010/08/13 54: INSOLE PAD FOR FOOTWEAR 00: An insole pad (1; 51) for placement on top of an inner sole of footwear and adapted in use to cover only an area of that inner sole that is substantially smaller than the human footprint. The insole pad (1; 51) includes a relatively thin, sheet-like body that has an upper surface (33) and a lower surface (41) and an outer periphery (25). The lower surface (41) has sticky or adhesive properties, and is interrupted by recessed areas arranged in a pattern (5; 55). The pattern (5; 55) is configured to include a plurality of channels combined to be at least intersecting or joining, so as to define a plurality of differently sized non-recessed lower surface areas. At least a portion of the channels vary in width, while the pattern has a varying density to provide high and low cushioning values in predefined areas A, B, C; G).

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21: 2013/01064 22: 2011/07/30 43: 2014/02/10 51: C12Q; G01N 71: CYTONET GMBH & CO. KG 72: AYGEN, SITKE 33: EP 31: 10173593.4 32: 2010/08/20 33: EP 31: 10193920.5 32: 2010/12/07 54: METHOD FOR ISOLATING UREA WHILE REMOVING OBJECTIONABLE CO2 00: A method for isolating urea and removing CO2 from plasma samples, comprising the following steps: a) providing a plasma sample; b) adding an acid so as to partially remove CO2; c) lyophilizing the sample so as to further remove CO2 and obtain a dried sample; and d) redissolving the dried sample and neutralizing to a pH value of 4 to 7 using a buffer solution, wherein optionally a filtration step is carried out before adding the acid.

21: 2013/01120 22: 2011/08/09 43: 2014/02/12 51: C07D; A61K; A61P 71: TAKEDA PHARMACEUTICAL COMPANY LIMITED 72: MOCHIZUKI, MICHIYO, HONDA, EIJI, IMAEDA, TOSHIHIRO, TOYOFUKU, MASASHI, NAKAMURA, SHINJI, KORI, MASAKUNI, UJIKAWA, OSAMU, ASANO, YASUTOMI 33: JP 31: 2010-179577 32: 2010/08/10 54: HETEROCYCLIC COMPOUND AND USE THEREOF 00: Provided is a compound represented by the formula (I): wherein each symbol is as defined in the specification, or a salt thereof, which has an AMPA (α-amino-3-hydroxy-5-methyl-4isoxazolepropionic acid) receptor potentiating action. The compound of the present invention is useful as a prophylactic or therapeutic drug for depression, schizophrenia, Alzheimer's disease or attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and the like.

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PATENT JOURNAL 00: A handling device (300) of a connector (200) designed to connect an anode stem onto the anode frame (5) of an aluminium production plant (1) using igneous electrolysis, said connector being equipped with two side trunnions (212, 212') able to cooperate with support hooks (10, 10') interdependent with said anode frame and placed on either side of the anode stem (9), so as to pin said anode stem against said anode frame, said handling device comprising at least a guiding member (3) having a notch (40) associated with each of said trunnions and designed to receive said trunnion, said handling device being characterized in that it also includes: - at least a gripping member (31), having an open position and a closed position, said guiding member and said gripping member cooperating in such a manner that, when said gripping member is in open position, wach trunnion can be inserted into or extracted from said notch, and when said gripping member is in closed position, each trunnion can only move a limited distance in said notch, between a so-called "low" position, corresponding to the contact with said gripping member and a :high" position; - an actuating system (311) associated with said gripping member, able to move it between said open and closed positions, - at least a locking system (32) having a locked position and an unlocked position, that is able to block said gripping member when in locked position, and able to move from the locked position to the unlocked position when said trunnions are in high position.

21: 2013/01121 22: 2011/08/12 43: 2014/02/14 51: B01D; A61L; C02F 71: UNILEVER PLC 72: MAHAPATRA, SAMIRAN, SAMADDER, SATYAJIT 33: EP 31: 10188448.4 32: 2010/10/22 33: IN 31: 2483/MUM/2010 32: 2010/09/08 54: AN ANTIMICROBIAL MEMBRANE 00: The present invention relates to an antimicrobial membrane. More particularly the present invention relates to an antimicrobial membrane for purification of drinking water under gravity by removing harmful microorganism that exists in an input water source. One of the objects of the present invention is to provide an antimicrobial membrane with relatively high life time. It is another object of the invention to provide a water purification process without producing any byproduct. Surprisingly it has now been found that, a fabric filter impregnated with a thermoplastic polymer and silver halide capable of forming a antimicrobial membrane having ultrafiltration property that has long lasting life, requiring lesser number of interventions and without producing any byproduct and yet is capable of delivering microbiologically safe water. 21: 2013/01122 22: 2011/09/06 43: 2014/02/14 51: C25C 71: E.C.L. 72: DAVID, STPHANE 33: FR 31: 1003568 32: 2010/09/08 54: HANDLING TOOL, FOR SECURE HANDLING OF CONNECTORS OF ELECTROLYSIS CELLS INTENDED FOR ALUMINIUM PRODUCTION

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PATENT JOURNAL a first triaxial cable (2) to a second triaxial cable (6) and vice versa. It comprises: a first interface (3) between the first triaxial cable (2) and a fibre optic cable (4) and a second interface (5) between the fibre optic cable (4) and the second triaxial cable (6). A television camera (7) is connected to a remote camera control unit (1) via this installation. The first triaxial cable (2) connects the camera control unit (1) with the first interface (3). The first interface (3) comprises a first adapter converting electrical signals, conveyed by the first triaxial cable (2), to optical signals. The fibre optic cable (4) transmits optical signals to the second interface (5). The second interface (5) comprises a second adapter converting optical signals to electrical signals. The second triaxial cable (6) transmits the electrical signals to the television camera (7). A mirror image of the adapters allows transmitting electrical signals from the camera (7) to the camera control unit (1). The interfaces comprise A/D converters and D/A converters repectively adapted to convert analogue signals from the triaxial cable into digital optical signal to be launched into the fibre and digital optical signals into analogue electrical signals.

21: 2013/01150 22: 2013/02/13 43: 2014/02/13 51: A61K, C07K 71: WYETH LLC 72: HOISETH, Susan, Kay, JANSEN, Kathrin, Ute, MORAN, Justin, Keith, RUPPEN, Mark, Edward, ANDERSON, Annaliesa, Sybil 33: US 31: 61/381,837 32: 2010/09/10 54: NON-LIPIDATED VARIANTS OF NEISSERIA MENINGITIDIS ORF2086 ANTIGENS 00: The present invention relates to compositions including an isolated non- pyruvylated non-lipidated ORF2086 polypeptide, and methods thereof. In an exemplary embodiment, the compositions described herein are immunogenic. The present invention further relates to compositions that elicit a bactericidal immune response in a mammal against an ORF2086 subfamily B polypeptide from serogroup B Neisseria meningitidis, and methods related thereto. 21: 2013/01152 22: 2011/09/07 43: 2014/02/13 51: H04B; H04N 71: INTERLEMO HOLDING S.A. 72: LONGHURST, PHILIP, HAMBLIN, CHRISTOPHER, FOSTER, GARETH, JENKINS, KEITH, WORDSWORTH, GARY 33: EP 31: 10175822.5 32: 2010/09/08 54: INSTALLATION FOR CONVEYING ELECTRICAL SIGNALS BETWEEN A FIRST TRIAXIAL CABLE AND A SECOND TRIAXIAL CABLE 00: The present invention relates to an improved installation for conveying electrical signals carried by

21: 2013/01153 22: 2011/07/15 43: 2014/02/13 51: A61N; A61B; A61K 71: TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF DENMARK 72: ANDRESEN, THOMAS LARS, ALBRECHTSEN, MORTEN

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PATENT JOURNAL 33: US 31: 61/516,462 32: 2011/04/04 33: US 31: 61/516,495 32: 2011/04/04 33: US 31: 61/516,496 32: 2011/04/04 33: US 31: 61/516,694 32: 2011/04/06 54: DROP GENERATING DEVICE 00: A method of delivering safe, suitable, and repeatable dosages to a subject for topical, oral, nasal, or pulmonary use and a device for droplet ejection includes a fluid delivery system capable of delivering a defined volume of the fluid in the form of droplets having properties that afford adequate and repeatable high percentage deposition upon application. The method and device include a housing, a reservoir disposed within the housing for receiving a volume of fluid, an ejector mechanism configured to eject a stream of droplets having an average ejected droplet diameter greater than 15 microns, the stream of droplets having low entrained airflow such that the stream of droplets deposit on the eye of the subject during use.

33: EP 31: 10169862.9 32: 2010/07/16 33: US 31: 61/364,917 32: 2010/07/16 54: NANOPARTICLE-GUIDED RADIOTHERAPY 00: The present invention relates to a method and nanosized particles for image guided radiotherapy (IGRT) of a target tissue. More specifically, the invention relates to nano-sized particles comprising X-rayimaging contrast agents in solid form with the ability to block x-rays, allowing for simultaneous or integrated external beam radiotherapy and imaging, e.g., using computed tomography (CT).

21: 2013/01154 22: 2011/07/15 43: 2014/02/13 51: A61F 71: CORINTHIAN OPHTHALMIC, INC. 72: BALLOU, BERNARD L JR, HUNTER, CHARLES ERIC, VOLLRATH, JURGEN KLAUS, PACKER, MARK , INACHULEV, TSONTCHO, TEW, ARTHUR H, BROWN, JOSHUA RICHARD, LEATH, JAMES THORNHILL, FAULKS, NATHAN R, JOHNSON, BRADLEY G, CLEMENTS, J SID, RUSSELL, PHILLIP E, HEBRANK, JOHN H, ELLIOTT, TROY, FIERSON, WALTER M, LINDNER, THOMAS J 33: US 31: 61/400,864 32: 2010/07/15 33: US 31: 61/401,848 32: 2010/08/20 33: US 31: 61/401,849 32: 2010/08/20 33: US 31: 61/401,850 32: 2010/08/20 33: US 31: 61/401,918 32: 2010/08/20 33: US 31: 61/401,920 32: 2010/08/20 33: US 31: 61/462,576 32: 2011/02/04 33: US 31: 61/462,791 32: 2011/02/05 33: US 31: 61/463,280 32: 2011/02/15

21: 2013/01155 22: 2011/07/15 43: 2014/02/13 51: A61F 71: CORINTHIAN OPHTHALMIC, INC. 72: BALLOU, BERNARD L JR, PACKER, MARK, MUMPER, RUSSELL JOHN, INACHULEV, TSONTCHO 33: US 31: 61/400,864 32: 2010/07/15 33: US 31: 61/401,848 32: 2010/08/20 33: US 31: 61/401,849 32: 2010/08/20 33: US 31: 61/401,850 32: 2010/08/20 33: US 31: 61/401,918 32: 2010/08/20 33: US 31: 61/401,920 32: 2010/08/20

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PATENT JOURNAL 72: WEBB, JOHN R, WICK, DARIN ARNE 33: US 31: 61/364,750 32: 2010/07/15 54: HUMAN PAPILLOMAVIRUS E7 ANTIGEN COMPOSITIONS AND USES THEREOF 00: The present invention relates to human papillomavirus E7 antigen compounds and compositions for treating human papillomavirus infection and associated conditions. The invention provides, in part, polypeptide and nucleic acid molecules including sequences substantially identical to the sequences of two or more human papillomavirus (HPV) E7 antigens, where the E7 antigens are selected from at least two different HPV strains, and methods of using the same.

33: US 31: 61/462,576 32: 2011/02/04 33: US 31: 61/462,791 32: 2011/02/05 33: US 31: 61/463,280 32: 2011/02/15 33: US 31: 61/516,462 32: 2011/04/04 33: US 31: 61/516,495 32: 2011/04/04 33: US 31: 61/516,496 32: 2011/04/04 33: US 31: 61/516,694 32: 2011/04/06 54: OPHTHALMIC DRUG DELIVERY 00: The present invention includes and provides a method of delivering a medicament to an eye of a subject in need thereof a solution, the method comprising: (a) providing droplets containing the medicament with a specified average size and average initial ejecting velocity; and (b) delivering the medicament to the eye, where the droplets deliver a percentage of the ejected mass of the droplets to the eye. 21: 2013/01156 22: 2011/08/26 43: 2014/02/13 51: A01N; A01P; A61K; C07C; C07D; C07F 71: MEIJI SEIKA PHARMA CO., LTD. 72: HORIKOSHI, RYO, MITOMI, MASAAKI, KAGABU, SHINZO, KITSUDA, SHIGEKI, NOMURA, MASAHIRO, ONOZAKI, YASUMICHI 33: JP 31: 2010-194584 32: 2010/08/31 54: PEST CONTROL AGENT 00: Specific amine derivatives have been found to possess excellent activities as pest control agents.

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21: 2013/01168 22: 2011/08/16 43: 2014/02/14 51: A01N; A01P 71: GOWAN COMRCIO INTERNACIONAL E SERVIOS LIMITADA 72: BORGO, FRANCESCA, KUNKEL, TIMOTHY EDWARD, CHEUNG, TAK WAI, EDMONDS, JOHN, ANSIAUX, JACQUES LAURENT, NEWBERRY, GEORGE DAVID, MELCHIOR, GARY LOUIS, MIRANDA, FRANK RENE 33: US 31: 61/374,819 32: 2010/08/18 54: IMPROVED PROCESSES FOR THE CONTROL OF UNDESIRED VEGETATIVE GROWTH IN CROPS 00: Disclosed are compositions comprising a microencapsulated triallate compound, and an improved process for the control of undesired vegetative growth in and among desired vegetative growth, especially cereal crops, the process

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PATENT JOURNAL 72: ADELFINSKAYA, YELENA, BABCOCK, JONATHAN M, HUNTER, RICKY, SAMARITONI, JACK GENO, TRULLINGER, TONY K, GARIZI, NEGAR, YAP, MAURICE C H, BUYSSE, ANN M, ECKELBARGER, JOSEPH D, PARKER, MARSHALL H 33: US 31: 61/378,528 32: 2010/08/31 54: PESTICIDAL COMPOSITIONS 00: Molecules according to Formula One and their uses are disclosed herein.

comprising the steps of: providing an effective amount of a treatment composition to the treated crop. 21: 2013/01171 22: 2011/03/18 43: 2014/02/14 51: H04L 71: TELEFONAKTIEBOLAGET L M ERICSSON (PUBL) 72: GERSTENBERGER, DIRK, CHENG, JUNG-FU, BALDEMAIR, ROBERT, PARKVALL, STEFAN, LARSSON, DANIEL 33: US 31: 61/375,658 32: 2010/08/20 54: ARRANGEMENT AND METHOD FOR IDENTIFYING PUCCH FORMAT 3 RESOURCES 00: The disclosure relates to a user equipment for a wireless communications system, and to a related method for identifying a resource to use for a transmission of control information on a physical uplink control channel, PUCCH, format 3. The method comprises receiving (610) a resource index from a serving radio base station, and identifying (620) the resource to use for the transmission of the control information in a subframe based on the received resource index, wherein the identified resource is within a same confined set of physical resource blocks regardless of if a normal or a shortened PUCCH format 3 is used in the subframe.

21: 2013/01174 22: 2011/08/29 43: 2014/02/17 51: A01N; A61K 71: DOW AGROSCIENCES LLC

21: 2013/01175 22: 2011/08/31 43: 2014/02/17 51: G01N; A61K 71: GENENTECH, INC. 72: YAUCH, ROBERT L, PETERSON, AMY C, PATEL, PREMAL, ZHA, JIPING 33: US 31: 61/378,911 32: 2010/08/31 33: US 31: 61/389,922 32: 2010/10/05 33: US 31: 61/390,995 32: 2010/10/07 33: US 31: 61/420,703 32: 2010/12/07 33: US 31: 61/487,527 32: 2011/05/18 33: US 31: 61/492,338 32: 2011/06/01 33: US 31: 61/503,489 32: 2011/06/30 54: BIOMARKERS AND METHODS OF TREATMENT 00: The present invention concerns cancer biomarkers. In particular, the invention concerns c-met as biomarkers for patient selection and patient prognosis in cancer, as well as methods of therapeutic treatment, articles of manufacture and methods for making them, diagnostic kits, methods of detection and methods of advertising related

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PATENT JOURNAL Nucleic acids, compositions, and methods that allow for the excision of one or more loci from the genome of a host cell are provided herein. In particular, provided herein is an excisable nucleic acid construct comprising, in a 5' to 3' orientation: a first tandem repeat nucleic acid, a first homing endonuclease recognition site, a target nucleic acid, a second homing endonuclease recognition site, and a second tandem repeat nucleic acid. In some embodiments, the excisable nucleic acid construct is integrated into the host cell genome, and the target nucleic acid can be excised from the host cell genome by contacting the homing endonuclease recognition sites with one or more appropriate homing endonucleases.

21: 2013/01176 22: 2011/09/05 43: 2014/02/14 51: C12N; A61K; A61P 71: MAX-PLANCK-GESELLSCHAFT ZUR FRDERUNG DER WISSENSCHAFTEN E.V. 72: ULLRICH, AXEL, FALCENBERG, MATHIAS 33: EP 31: 10075383.9 32: 2010/09/03 33: US 31: 61/344,668 32: 2010/09/08 54: KINASES AS TARGETS FOR ANTI-DIABETIC THERAPY 00: The present invention is related to compound capable of modulating the activity and/or expression of the protein kinases SCYL1, ADCK1, and GRK5, thereby enhancing the expression and/or release of insulin. The invention is further related to methods of identifying said compounds for the treatment of diseases of the carbohydrate metabolism. The invention is further related to methods of treatment of diseases of the carbohydrate metabolism, particularly diabetes mellitus type 2.

21: 2013/01177 22: 2011/08/29 43: 2014/02/14 51: C12N 71: AMYRIS, INC. 72: BENJAMIN, KIRSTEN R 33: US 31: 61/378,350 32: 2010/08/30 54: NUCLEIC ACIDS, COMPOSITIONS AND METHODS FOR THE EXCISION OF TARGET NUCLEIC ACIDS 00: -

21: 2013/01196 22: 2013/02/15 43: 2014/02/03 51: A61K, A61P 71: ALLERGAN, INC. 72: WHITCUP, Scott, M., JIANG, Guang-Liang, IM, Wha, Bin, WHEELER, Larry, A. 33: US 31: 61/374,439 32: 2010/08/17 54: EP2 OR EP4 AGONISTS FOR TREATING CORNEAL HAZE 00: Disclosed herein are compositions and methods for treating corneal haze. Compositions and methods of use comprise therapeutically effective amounts of compounds that agonize the EP2 and/or EP4 receptor. Adminstration of the disclosed compounds can prevent and treat corneal haze development.

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21: 2013/01221 22: 18/02/2013 43: 27/09/2013 51: F24F, H04L 71: COMVERGE INC 72: NG HOWARD 33: US 31: 12,869,561 32: 2010/08/26 54: SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR ESTABLISHING LOCAL CONTROL OF A SPACE CONDITIONING LOAD DURING A DIRECT LOAD CONTROL EVENT 00: 57: A system for establishing local control of a space conditioning load includes a switch for controlling a flow of energy for a space conditioning load. Control logic is operatively coupled to the switch, for receiving control parameters associated with a direct load control event from a utility provider. The control logic may also measure room temperature based on received temperature signals and determine if a room temperature is a greater comfort temperature range. The control logic may eliminate operation of a direct load control program if the room temperature is greater than or equal to the comfort temperature range. The control logic may log and signal back to the utility provider that the comfort temperature rang is exceeded. The control logic may then restore local control of the switch and initiate a temperature setback control to a thermostat for the remainder of the control period.

21: 2013/01222 22: 18/02/2013 43: 01/10/2013 51: H02J 71: COMVERGE INC 72: ELLIS DAVID and ROSSI JOHN 33: US 31: 61/381,515 32: 2010/09/10 54: A METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR CONTROLLING A BUILDING LOAD IN TANDEM WITH A REPLENISHABLE ENERGY SOURCE IN ORDER TO INCREASE THE APPARENT SIZE OF THE REPLENISHABLE ENERGY SOURCE 00: 57: A method and system for controlling a building load in tandem with a replenishable energy source includes generating a control signal comprising at least one of a source command and a sink command. The control signal is transmitted over a communications network to a replenishable energy storage controller. Next, a capacity of the replenishable energy source is determined in response to the control signal. Then a capacity of the building load is determined in relation to the capacity of the replenishable energy source. After this determination, the building load is used as one of a source for supplying energy and a sink for receiving energy in response to the control signal. The replenishable energy source may also be used as a source for supplying energy or a sink for receiving energy in response to the command signal.

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PATENT JOURNAL 00: A core barrel head assembly positionable within a drill string of a drilling apparatus. The core barrel head assembly comprises an upper latch body having a latch assembly for engageably latching the drill string, and a reduced diametric portion below the latch assembly for receiving a seal member. The reduced diametric portion has a lower coupling portion on a bottom portion thereof. The head assembly also includes a lower latch body comprising an upper coupling portion on a top portion thereof, as well as a coupler for removably coupling the upper latch body to the lower latch body. The seal member is installable on and removable from the reduced diametric portion upon uncoupling the upper latch body from the lower latch body. The head assembly is quickly reconfigurable between surface and pump in/underground configurations. Core barrel outer tube components also do not require reconfiguring between these two configurations.

21: 2013/01231 22: 2011/07/20 43: 2014/02/18 51: A61K; A61P 71: PHYTOPHARM PLC 72: HOWSON, PATRICK ALEXANDER 33: US 31: 61/366,015 32: 2010/07/20 54: TREATMENT OF L-DOPA, DOPAMINE AGONIST AND/OR DOPAMINE ENHANCER INDUCED DISORDERS 00: One or more agent selected from A/B-cis furostane, furostene, spirostane and spirostene steroidal sapogenins and ester, ether, ketone and glycosylated forms thereof, including E and/or F ring opened derivatives thereof, is used to treat or prevent L-DOPA,dopamine agonist and/or dopamine enhancer induced disorders, such as L-DOPA induced dyskinesia (LID), which is a side effect of LDOPA, dopamine agonist and/or dopamine enhancer therapies, e.g.for Parkinson's disease. The agent according to the invention may be administered in association with the therapeutic agent for the treatment of the Parkinson's disease or another dopamine-responsive disorder. 21: 2013/01233 22: 2010/08/30 43: 2014/02/18 51: E21B 71: ATLAS COPCO CANADA INC. 72: SALVADOR, PATRICK, GROULX, DENNIS, LAMBERT, PAUL 54: QUICKLY RECONFIGURABLE CORE BARREL HEAD ASSEMBLY

21: 2013/01234 22: 2011/09/12 43: 2014/02/18 51: A23L; A61K 71: STOKELY-VAN CAMP, INC. 72: ZACHWIEJA, JEFFREY J, PIRNER, MARK ARTHUR, SMITH, JOHNERIC WILLIAM 33: US 31: 61/383,973 32: 2010/09/17 33: US 31: 61/498,007 32: 2011/06/17 54: METHODS OF REDUCING BLOOD LACTATE CONCENTRATION 00: -

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The present invention is directed to methods for reducing blood lactate concentration during exercise, physical activity or athletic performance.

21: 2013/01235 22: 2011/09/22 43: 2014/02/18 51: C07C; B01J 71: B9 PLASMA, INC. 72: BUTLER, JAMES CHARLES 33: US 31: 61/385,392 32: 2010/09/22 33: US 31: 61/385,423 32: 2010/09/22 54: CHEMICAL REACTOR SYSTEM AND METHOD USING REGENERATIVE TURBINE PUMP TO PRODUCE FUEL GAS 00: A pump system and controller for a chemical reactor for converting water and carbon dioxide into a fuel gas is provided. Carbon dioxide gas bubbles are created and introduced into pumped water and delivered to a regenerative turbine pump where bubbles are collapsed to produce an ionized gas and ionized liquid mixture containing hydrogen, hydroxyl radicals and hydroxide, which subsequently react with the carbon dioxide gas present in the bubble, reducing it to carbon monoxide, with further reactions yielding methane.

21: 2013/01236 22: 2011/09/22 43: 2014/02/18 51: B01D 71: B9 PLASMA, INC. 72: BUTLER, JAMES CHARLES 33: US 31: 61/385,392 32: 2010/09/22 33: US 31: 61/385,423 32: 2010/09/22 54: CHEMICAL REACTOR SYSTEM AND METHODS TO CREATE PLASMA HOT SPOTS IN A PUMPED MEDIA 00: Methods and apparatus are disclosed to produce gas vapor bubbles in a liquid media and collapsing the bubble to create a plasma hot spot. Generated bubbles are introduced and collapsing the bubbles results in the partial or total conversion of the internal and boundary layer gas and liquid phase content of the bubble to plasma, ionized gas and ionized liquid. Consequently, a change or increase in the reactivity of the elements and compounds in the gas or liquid phases of the bubble and the surrounding liquid media occurs.

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21: 2013/01237 22: 2011/09/07 43: 2014/02/18 51: C12N; C12P 71: BUTAMAX(TM) ADVANCED BIOFUELS LLC 72: MAGGIO-HALL, LORI ANN, ANTHONY, LARRY CAMERON, PAUL, BRIAN JAMES 33: US 31: 61/380,563 32: 2010/09/07 33: US 31: 61/466,557 32: 2011/03/23 54: INTEGRATION OF A POLYNUCLEOTIDE ENCODING A POLYPEPTIDE THAT CATALYZES PYRUVATE TO ACETOLACTATE CONVERSION 00: The invention relates to recombinant host cells having at least one integrated polynucleotide encoding a polypeptide that catalyzes a step in a pyruvate-utilizing biosynthetic pathway, e.g., pyruvate to acetolactate conversion. The invention also relates to methods of increasing the biosynthetic production of isobutanol, 2,3-butanediol, 2-butanol or 2-butanone using such host cells.

21: 2013/01238 22: 2011/07/20 43: 2014/02/18 51: F23K; B01F 71: BLUE OCEAN SOLUTIONS PTE LTD 72: NG, KOK LOON 33: SG 31: 201005265-2 32: 2010/07/20 54: AN EMULSIFIER, AND METHOD OF DERIVING PARAMETERS FOR AN EMULSIFIER 00: A method of deriving parameters for an emulsifier for producing specific water-in-fuel emulsions consistent with emulsions produced by a reference emulsifier is disclosed herein. In a described embodiment, the emulsifier and reference emulsifier includes a desired mixing chamber and reference mixing chamber respectively for mixing fuel and water. The method comprises, at steps 602 to 604, deriving a diameter of the desired mixing chamber for the emulsifier based on a diameter of the reference mixing chamber of the reference emulsifier, the derived dimension of the desired mixing chamber being one which creates a turbulent type flow at the mixing chamber. At step 605, the method includes calculating dimensionless water particle size from the derived dimension and at step 606, deriving nozzle dimension of the emulsifier for a plurality of water nozzles for injecting the water into the oil at the mixing chamber from the calculated dimensionless water particle size. Further the method includes deriving the number of water nozzles for the emulsifier at step 607.

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PATENT JOURNAL 33: US 31: 61/377,229 32: 2010/08/26 33: US 31: 61/442,967 32: 2011/02/15 54: HETEROARYLPIPERIDINE AND PIPERAZINE DERIVATIVES AS FUNGICIDES 00: Heteroarylpiperidine and -piperazine derivatives of the formula (I) in which the symbols A, X, Y, L1, L2, G, Q, p, R1, R2 and R10 are each as defined in the description, and salts, metal complexes and Noxides of the compounds of the formula (I), and the use thereof for controlling phytopathogenic harmful fungi and processes for preparing compounds of the formula (I).

21: 2013/01239 22: 2011/07/01 43: 2014/02/19 51: C07C; B01J 71: CHEVRON U.S.A. INC. 72: JOTHIMURUGESAN, KANDASWAMY, KIBBY, CHARLES L, DAS, TAPAN K, SAXTON, ROBERT J 33: US 31: 12/953,042 32: 2010/11/23 54: PROCESS OF SYNTHESIS GAS CONVERSION TO LIQUID HYDROCARBON MIXTURES USING A CATALYST SYSTEM CONTAINING RUTHENIUM AND AN ACIDIC COMPONENT 00: The disclosure relates to a method of performing a synthesis gas conversion reaction in which synthesis gas contacts a catalyst system including a mixture of ruthenium loaded Fischer-Tropsch catalyst particles and at least one set of catalyst particles including an acidic component promoted with a noble metal, e.g., Pt or Pd. The reaction occurs at conditions resulting in a hydrocarbons product containing 1-15 weight% CH4, 1-15 weight% C2-C4, 70-95 weight% C5+, 0-5 weight% C21+ normal paraffins, and 0-10 weight% aromatic hydrocarbons. 21: 2013/01240 22: 2011/08/24 43: 2014/02/18 51: C07D; A01N 71: BAYER INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY GMBH 72: SEITZ, THOMAS, WACHENDORFF-NEUMANN, ULRIKE, HILLEBRAND, STEFAN, TSUCHIYA, TOMOKI, WASNAIRE, PIERRE, HOFFMANN, SEBASTIAN, CRISTAU, PIERRE, KLUTH, JOACHIM, BENTING, JRGEN, PORTZ, DANIELA 33: EP 31: 10174012.4 32: 2010/08/25 33: EP 31: 11154453.2 32: 2011/02/15

21: 2013/01241 22: 2010/12/13 43: 2014/02/18 51: H04W 71: TELEFONAKTIEBOLAGET L M ERICSSON (PUBL) 72: SACHS, JOACHIM, KRONANDER, JONAS, IRNICH, TIM 33: US 31: 61/378,042 32: 2010/08/30 54: METHOD AND ARRANGEMENT FOR WHITE SPACE ALLOCATION 00: The disclosure relates to a network node of a wireless network, and to a related method of controlling interference generated by at least one white space device controlled by the network node. The method comprises transmitting (520) a request for information regarding channels available for secondary usage to the remote entity, and receiving (530) information from the remote entity, the

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information indicating a channel available for secondary usage, a critical position associated with said channel, and an interference threshold for the critical position. The method also comprises deriving (540) a constraint for the allocation of said channel to the at least one white space device, based on a position of the at least one white space device, the critical position, and the interference threshold, and allocating (550) said channel and a transmit power to the at least one white space device based on the derived constraint, whereby the interference generated in the critical position by the at least one white space device is kept below the interference threshold.

21: 2013/01242 22: 2011/08/18 43: 2014/02/18 51: B65D 71: MICROGREEN POLYMERS, INC. 72: NADELLA, KRISHNA, MALONE, TOM, WOOLRIDGE, STEPHEN, BURKE, BARBARA 33: US 31: 61/401,730 32: 2010/08/18 54: CONTAINERS AND OVERWRAPS COMPRISING THERMOPLASTIC POLYMER MATERIAL, AND RELATED METHODS FOR MAKING THE SAME 00: A container comprises a wall and a bottom. The wall includes a thermoplastic polymer material, and forms a cylindrical shape. The thermoplastic polymer material has a microstructure that includes a plurality of closed cells, each cell containing a void and each cell having a maximum dimension extending across the void within the cell that ranges between 1

21: 2013/01268 22: 2013/02/19 43: 2014/02/19 51: A47L, B65D 71: RECKITT BENCKISER N.V. 72: VAN DIEPEN, Jacobus, Simon, Petrus, DI BONO, Giuseppe, LU, Tangent 33: GB 31: 1014324.6 32: 2010/08/27 33: GB 31: 1018654.2 32: 2010/11/05 54: APPARATUS FOR MOUNTING A CANISTER THERETO AND FOR CONTROLLED SPRAYING FROM SAID CANISTER 00: An apparatus (1) for mounting of a canister (2) and controlled spraying application of a substance from said (2), canister with a manual actuator mechanism. The apparatus (1) comprises a main body portion (3) with means for removable mounting of the canister. A handle (4) extends from the main body portion (3). A trigger (5) is connected to the handle (4). The trigger is adapted for causing said canister to emit a spray upon manual actuation thereof. The handle is in the form of a tube. Disposed within the tube is a rigid linkage (6) cooperating with the aerosol canister and the trigger. The linkage has a resilient arm (8) biasing against the interior of the tube.

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21: 2013/01270 22: 2011/08/11 43: 2014/02/19 51: H04B; H04J 71: SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS CO., LTD. 72: HAN, JIN-KYU, KIM, SUNG TAE, KIM, YOUN SUN 33: KR 31: 10-2010-0078232 32: 2010/08/13 54: METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR TRANSMITTING AND RECEIVING REFERENCE SIGNAL IN WIRELESS COMMUNICATION SYSTEM 00: Methods and apparatus are provided for transmitting processing reference signals in a mobile communication system. A base station determines a reference signal pattern comprising at least one resource element, generates a bitmap indicator indicating whether zero transmission power is assigned to the at least one resource element of the reference signal pattern, and transmits the reference signal pattern and the bitmap indicator to a terminal. The terminal receives the reference signal pattern and the bitmap indicator, and processes a reference signal extracted according to the reference signal pattern and the bitmap indicator.

21: 2013/01271 22: 2011/09/29 43: 2014/02/19 51: H04B; H04L 71: SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS CO., LTD. 72: HAN, JIN-KYU, KIM, YOUN SUN 33: KR 31: 10-2010-0094749 32: 2010/09/29 54: TRANSMISSION/RECEPTION METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR UPLINK MIMO RETRANSMISSION IN LTE SYSTEM 00: A transmission/reception method and apparatus for a mobile communication system supporting uplink MIMO is provided. In the transmission method, a User Equipment (UE) transmits two transport blocks according to a predetermined number of layers and respective precoding indices, an evolve Node B (eNB) transmits, when one of the transport blocks is lost, a negative acknowledgement for the lost transport block, and the UE sets a precoding index for the lost transport block to a predetermined value to retransmit the lost transport block while maintaining the number of layers.

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21: 2013/01272 22: 2011/07/28 43: 2014/02/19 51: C01B; A61L 71: CONSIGLIO NAZIONALE DELLE RICERCHE, FIN-CERAMICA FAENZA S.P.A 72: TAMPIERI, ANNA, PRESSATO, DANIELE, LANDI, ELENA, MARCACCI, MAURILIO, SANDRI, MONICA, RIVAS REY, JOS, BANOBRE LOPEZ, MANUEL 33: IT 31: MI2010A001420 32: 2010/07/29 54: INTRINSICALLY MAGNETIC HYDROXYAPATITE 00: The present invention relates to hydroxyapatite doped with Fe2+ ions and Fe3+ ions which partially substitute the calcium ions in the crystal lattice. The hydroxyapatite is characterized by an intrinsic magnetism of 0.05 to 8 emu/g, measured by applying a magnetic field of 34 Oe, due to the presence of magnetic nano-domains in the crystal lattice of HA, given the limited amount of magnetic secondary phases present, less than about 3% by volume. The intrinsically magnetic hydroxyapatite can be loaded with biological substances selected in the group consisting of proteins, genes, stem cells, growth factors, vascularization factors, active substances and drugs, under the control of an external magnetic field, as a carrier and release agent for biological substances or drugs, as a contrast agent in diagnostics or for bone or osteocartilage regeneration.

21: 2013/01278 22: 2011/09/19 43: 2014/02/19 51: E21B; B25D 71: SPC TECHNOLOGY AB 72: HENRIKSSON, IVO 33: SE 31: 1000943-9 32: 2010/09/20 54: METHOD AND DEVICE FOR MONITORING DOWN-THE-HOLE PERCUSSION DRILLING 00: A method for monitoring down-the-hole percussion drilling, wherein a down-the-hole hammer (8) is supplied with percussion and flushing fluid flow and the down-the-hole hammer is subjected to rotational force and to feed force. Percussion frequency or a related frequency of the down-the-hole hammer (8) is sensed, and a representation (16, 18, 19, 20, 21, 25) of a spread thereof is created so as to produce a response to an adjustment of at least one drilling parameter as a change of width (W) of said spread. The invention also concerns a device.

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21: 2013/01279 22: 2011/10/14 43: 2014/02/20 51: C12N; A61K; A61P 71: OTSUKA PHARMACEUTICAL CO., LTD., MIE UNIVERSITY 72: TOYOBUKU, HIDEKAZU, GABAZZA, ESTEBAN C, KOBAYASHI, TETSU, FUKUDA, AYAKO, HASEGAWA, TETSUYA 33: JP 31: 2010-231946 32: 2010/10/14 54: PREVENTIVE OR THERAPEUTIC AGENT FOR FIBROSIS 00: Provided is siRNA effective for the treatment of fibrosis and a pharmaceutical containing the siRNA. An siRNA having a full length of 30 or fewer nucleotides and targeting a sequence consisting of 17 to 23 consecutive bases selected from the group consisting of bases at positions 1285 to 1318, bases at positions 1398 to 1418, bases at positions 1434 to 1463, bases at positions 1548 to 1579, bases at positions 1700 to 1726, bases at postions 1778 to 1798, bases at positions 1806 to 1826, and bases at positions 1887 to 1907 of SEQ ID NO: 1.

21: 2013/01281 22: 2011/09/06 43: 2014/02/19 51: C25C 71: RIO TINTO ALCAN INTERNATIONAL LIMITED 72: DESPINASSE, SERGE, ROCHET, YVES, BERTHE, SANDRA 33: FR 31: 10/03695 32: 2010/09/17 54: ELECTRICAL CONNECTION DEVICE, FOR CONNECTING BETWEEN TWO SUCCESSIVE CELLS OF A SERIES OF CELLS FOR THE PRODUCTION OF ALUMINIUM 00: The electrical connection device connecting the cells in series comprises: - a first conductor (16) connected to the cathode assembly of cell (N-1) and to the anode frame of cell (N), having a portion (19) located between said pots (N-1) and (N) in which the current (I) flows in the direction of the alignment axis (x) of the pots; - a second conductor (24) connected to the cathode assembly of cell (N) and to the anode frame of cell (N+1), having a portion (23) located between said pots (N-1) and (N) in which the current flows away from the axis. - short-circuiting wedges (20, 21) housed between said portions (19, 23) of said conductors (16, 24); - a third conductor (27) to balance the current flowing through the wedges.

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PATENT JOURNAL item based on its associated desired quantity of impressions and the predetermined time period, and to select a content item for transmission by the web interface from amongst the content items for which the duration between the current time and the time stored in the serve log exceeds the minimum time period calculated for the content item.

21: 2013/01317 22: 2013/02/20 43: 2014/02/20 51: C11D 71: RECKITT BENCKISER N.V. 72: PREUSCHEN, Judith, CABIROL, Marine, GRAF, Nicole 33: GB 31: 1014328.7 32: 2010/08/27 54: DETERGENT COMPOSITION COMPRISING MANGANESE-OXALATE 00: The present invention provides a detergent composition comprising MGDA, managanese oxalate and a bleach compound. In particular the invention provides detergent compositions that are suitable for automatic dishwashing (ADW). 21: 2013/01320 22: 2011/08/08 43: 2014/02/20 51: G06F; G06Q 71: DANCING SUN LIMITED 72: BARNETT, TOM 33: GB 31: 1013855.0 32: 2010/08/18 54: CONTENT SERVER 00: A content server for serving content items for inclusion in a web page. The content server comprises a web interface, a content store, a serve log and a decision engine. The content store stores a plurality of content items, each content item having associated with it a desired number of impressions for a predetermined time period. The serve log stores, for each content item, the most recent time which it was served by the content server. The decision engine is arranged to calculate, for each content item, a minimum time period for the content

21: 2013/01321 22: 2011/08/02 43: 2014/02/20 51: A61K; A61Q 71: UNILEVER PLC 72: VASUDEVAN, TIRUCHERAI VARAHAN, PATEL, RAJESH 33: US 31: 12/858,578 32: 2010/08/18 54: CLEAR LIQUID COMPOSITION COMPRISING ALKANOYL GLYCINATE, AMPHOTERIC SURFACTANT, ALKYL SULFATE AND SPECIFIC ASSOCIATIVE ACRYLATE POLYMERS 00: The application relates to clear liquid compositions comprising alkanoyl glycinate, amphoteric, alkyl sulfate and specific acrylate polymers. 21: 2013/01322 22: 2011/08/24 43: 2014/02/20 51: A61K; A61Q 71: SAFEWHITE LLC 72: BRIDGEMAN, SCOTT JOSEPH, BRODY, RICHARD SIMON, ZUPANCIC, THOMAS JOEL 33: US 31: 61/376,523 32: 2010/08/24 54: METHODS AND MATERIALS FOR PROVIDING TEETH WITH A WHITE APPEARANCE 00: -

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This document provides methods and materials for providing teeth with a white appearance. For example, methods and materials for contacting teeth with one or more fluorescence emitting polypeptides (e.g., a blue fluorescent protein (BFP)) to provide the teeth with a whiter appearance are provided. 21: 2013/01327 22: 2011/07/22 43: 2014/02/20 51: A61F 71: ZIMMER, INC. 72: WENTORF, MARY S S, BISCHOFF, JEFFREY E, PARISI, RAYMOND C, RETTIG, KATHERINE M 33: US 31: 61/367,375 32: 2010/07/24 33: US 31: 61/381,800 32: 2010/09/10 54: ASYMMETRIC TIBIAL COMPONENTS FOR A KNEE PROSTHESIS 00: An orthopaedic tibial prosthesis (10) includes a tibial baseplate (12) with an asymmetric periphery (200) which promotes proper positioning and orientation on a resected tibia, while also facilitating enhanced kinematics, soft-tissue interaction, and long-term fixation of the complete knee prosthesis. The asymmetric baseplate periphery is sized and shaped to substantially match portions of the periphery of a typical resected proximal tibial surface, such that proper location and orientation is evident by resting the baseplate on the tibia. The baseplate periphery provides strategically positioned relief and/or clearance between the baseplate periphery and bone periphery, such as in the posterior-medial portion to prevent deep-flexion component impingement, and in the anterior-lateral portion to avoid undue interaction between the anatomic iliotibial band and prosthesis components.

21: 2013/01328 22: 2011/07/22 43: 2014/02/20 51: A61F 71: ZIMMER, INC. 72: WENTORF, MARY S S, BISCHOFF, JEFFREY E 33: US 31: 61/367,375 32: 2010/07/24 33: US 31: 61/381,800 32: 2010/09/10 54: ASYMMETRIC TIBIAL COMPONENTS FOR A KNEE PROSTHESIS 00: An orthopaedic tibial prosthesis includes a tibial baseplate with an asymmetric periphery which promotes proper positioning and orientation on a resected tibia, while also facilitating enhanced kinematics, soft-tissue interaction, and long-term fixation of the complete knee prosthesis. The asymmetric baseplate periphery is sized and shaped to substantially match portions of the periphery of a typical resected proximal tibial surface, such that proper location and orientation is evident by resting the baseplate on the tibia. The baseplate periphery provides strategically positioned relief and/or clearance between the baseplate periphery and bone periphery, such as in the posterior-medial portion to prevent deep-flexion component impingement, and in the anterior-lateral portion to avoid undue interaction between the anatomic iliotibial band and prosthesis components.

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21: 2013/01329 22: 2011/09/02 43: 2014/02/20 51: C07D; A61K; A61P 71: GENENTECH, INC., FORMA TM, LLC 72: ZHENG, XIAOZHANG, HAN, BINGSONG, BAIR, KENNETH W, BAUMEISTER, TIMM, CLODFELTER, KARL H, DRAGOVICH, PETER, GOSSELIN, FRANCIS, LIN, JIAN, REYNOLDS, DOMINIC J, ROTH, BRUCE, SMITH, CHASE C, WANG, ZHONGGUO, YUEN, PO-WAI, BUCKMELTER, ALEXANDRE J 33: US 31: 61/379,789 32: 2010/09/03 33: US 31: 61/379,796 32: 2010/09/03 33: US 31: 61/386,023 32: 2010/09/24 33: US 31: 61/386,028 32: 2010/09/24 33: US 31: 61/475,813 32: 2011/04/15 33: US 31: 61/483,242 32: 2011/05/06 54: NOVEL COMPOUNDS AND COMPOSITIONS FOR THE INHIBITION OF NAMPT 00: The present invention relates to compounds and compositions for the inhibition of NAMPT, their synthesis, applications and antidotes. An illustrative compound of the invention is shown below:

21: 2013/01358 22: 2011/08/12 43: 2014/02/21 51: A23F 71: UNILEVER PLC 72: BHOSLE, BALAJI MAROTRAO 33: EP 31: 10187615.9 32: 2010/10/14 33: IN 31: 2369/MUM/2010 32: 2010/08/25 54: A PROCESS FOR PREPARATION OF A TEA PRODUCT 00: A process for preparing a tea product according to claim 1 comprises the steps of: a. Adding aqueous solution comprising greater than 5 to 50 parts by weight monosaccharide to 50-95 parts by weight black leaf tea to obtain a mixture, and; b. Drying the mixture to a water content of less than 10% by weight to obtain a tea product. 21: 2013/01364 22: 2011/08/16 43: 2014/02/21 51: C22B 71: AMERICAN MANGANESE INC. 72: CHOW, NORMAN, FISHER, JOHN W, WARKENTI, DOUGLAS, NACU, ANCA-MIHAELA 33: US 31: 61/374,691 32: 2010/08/18 54: PROCESSING OF MANGANOUS SULPHATE/DITHIONATE LIQUORS 00: The process concerns hydrometallurgical processing of manganese sulphate and manganese dithionate containing liquors and recovery of water therefrom. Sodium sulphate and/or sodium dithionate containing liquors are derived from manganese sulphate and manganese dithionate containing liquids, which are then cooled to produce crystals of sodium sulphate decahydrate and sodium dithionate

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PATENT JOURNAL the extrudate is contacted with a synthesis gas having a H2 to CO molar ratio of 0.5 to 3.0 at a reaction temperature of 160C to 300C, a total pressure of 3 to 35 atmospheres, and an hourly space velocity of 5 to 10,000 v/v/hour, resulting in hydrocarbon products containing 1-15 weight% CH4; 1 -15 weight.% C2-C4; 70-95 weight% C5+; 0-5 weight.% C21+ normal paraffins; and 0-10 weight% aromatic hydrocarbons. 21: 2013/01382 22: 2011/09/02 43: 2014/02/24 51: F24J 71: EEUWES, THEODORUS MARIA, ADOLFS, THEODORUS STEPHANUS MARIA 72: ADOLFS, THEODORUS STEPHANUS MARIA 33: NL 31: 2005311 32: 2010/09/03 54: SOLAR PANEL ASSEMBLY 00: Solar panel assembly (1) for collecting sunlight, comprising an underframe (2), a first solar panel holder (3) and a solar panel (4), wherein the first solar panel holder comprises a basis (32) having a circumference onto which a drive engages for rotation of the first solar panel holder with respect to the underframe about a vertical rotation axis, wherein with respect to the first solar panel holder the solar panel is rotatable about a horizontal rotation axis, wherein the solar panel assembly is provided with a second solar panel holder (5) which, when viewed parallel to the vertical rotation axis, is situated fully within the circumference of the basis of the first solar panel holder, wherein the second solar panel holder is rotatable with respect to the underframe about a parallactic rotation axis, wherein the parallactic rotation axis intersects the intersection of the horizontal rotation axis and the vertical rotation axis.

dehydrate. The sodium sulphate decahydrate and sodium dithionate dehydrate crystals are then heated to a temperature sufficient to decompose the sodium sulphate decahydrate crystals to form anhydrous sodium sulphate crystals, sodium dithionate hydrate crystals and water, after which water is removed from the sodium sulphate and sodium dithionate hydrate crystal. The sodium sulphate and sodium dithionate dehydrate crystals are then heated to form anhydrous sodium sulphate, sulfur dioxide and water or steam. The anhydrous sodium sulphate is then separated from the sulfur dioxide and water.

21: 2013/01365 22: 2011/07/01 43: 2014/02/21 51: B01J; C07C; C10G 71: CHEVRON U.S.A. INC. 72: JOTHIMURUGESAN, KANDASWAMY, KIBBY, CHARLES L, DAS, TAPAN K, SAXTON, ROBERT J 33: US 31: 12/953,024 32: 2010/11/23 54: RUTHENIUM HYBRID FISCHER-TROPSCH CATALYST, AND METHODS FOR PREPARATION AND USE THEREOF 00: Disclosed, is a method of forming a hybrid FischerTropsch catalyst extrudate for use in synthesis gas conversion reactions. The method includes extruding a mixture of ruthenium loaded metal oxide support particles, particles of an acidic component and a binder sol to form an extrudate. The resulting extrudate contains from about 0.1 to about 15 weight percent ruthenium based on the weight of the extrudate. In a synthesis gas conversion reaction,

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21: 2013/01385 22: 2011/08/22 43: 2014/02/24 51: A61K; A61P 71: H. LUNDBECK A/S 72: DRAGHEIM, MARIANNE, FLOREA, IOANA 33: DK 31: PA201000739 32: 2010/08/23 54: THERAPEUTIC USES OF 1-[2-(2,4-DIMETHYLPHENYLSULFANYL)PHENYL]PIPERAZINE 00: The invention provides new therapeutic uses of 1-[2(2,4-dimethyl-phenylsulfanyl)phenyl]- piperazine and pharmaceuticallyacceptable salts thereof. 21: 2013/01387 22: 2011/06/23 43: 2014/02/24 51: A61N; A61B 71: AMBICARE HEALTH LIMITED 72: MCNEILL, ANDREW 33: GB 31: 1012294.3 32: 2010/07/22 33: GB 31: 1015849.1 32: 2010/09/22 54: DISPOSABLE SKIN CARE DEVICE 00: There is herein described a disposable skin care device. More particularly, there is described a disposable skin care device capable of forming part of a light emitting medical apparatus.

21: 2013/01388 22: 2011/08/08 43: 2014/02/24 51: G06F 71: MICROSOFT CORPORATION 72: GUNDOROV, SERGEI 33: US 31: 12/877,860 32: 2010/09/08 54: REMOVING STYLE CORRUPTION FROM EXTENSIBLE MARKUP LANGUAGE DOCUMENTS 00: Unused, duplicate, or corrupted styles are removed from XML based document files through a styles definition part of a document using system input output. The removal is based on the analysis of the information contained in a compressible package of a respective document file. Other incorrect file content may also be removed such as corrupted name ranges or unused value format definitions using the same approach.

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PATENT JOURNAL they inhibit the rifaximin release at pH values between 1.5 and 4.0, and they allow its release at pH values between 5.0 and 7.5, the processes for their obtainment and their use in the treatment and the prevention of diseases directly or indirectly deriving from inflammatory bowel diseases. 21: 2013/01418 22: 2011/08/05 43: 2014/02/25 51: C02F 71: UNILEVER PLC 72: CHANDRA, FRANKLIN DAVID, VAN DE POLL, JONKHEER HENDRIK THEODOOR, RAJANARAYANA, VENKATARAGHAVAN 33: EP 31: 10178265.4 32: 2010/09/22 33: IN 31: 2242/MUM/2010 32: 2010/08/09 54: LOW COST WATER PURIFICATION DEVICE 00: The present invention relates to low cost water purification device. In particular the invention relates to point of use water purification devices that do not require running water or electricity. It is an object of the present invention to provide a low cost water purification device that provides for clean potable water, especially to provide a low cost water purification device that can be easily folded and transported and that can be operated when hung up. It has been found that sealing a foldable, flexible, plastic sheet material into housing comprising chambers formed by heat-sealing the plastic housing material together and one or more filters and a disinfection cartridge, provides a light weight, low cost, foldable water purification device that can provide water free from suspended particles, colored bodies, certain pesticides and also 6-log reduction of bacteria, 4-log reduction of viruses and 3-log reduction of cysts. 21: 2013/01420 22: 2011/08/23 43: 2014/02/14 51: A61K; A61P 71: XBIOTECH, INC. 72: SIMARD, JOHN 33: US 31: 61/376,097 32: 2010/08/23 33: US 31: 61/406,759 32: 2010/10/26 33: US 31: 61/411,183 32: 2010/11/08 33: US 31: 61/480,635 32: 2011/04/29 54: TREATMENT FOR NEOPLASTIC DISEASES 00: Administration of a mAb that specifically binds IL1α is useful for treating tumor-associated diseases in human subjects. 21: 2013/01421 22: 2011/06/03 43: 2014/02/25 51: A01K; A61K 71: TECHNOLOGIE INTEGRALE LTD. 72: FILINOVA, ELENA YU 33: EP 31: 10008952.3 32: 2010/08/27

21: 2013/01390 22: 2011/08/16 43: 2014/02/24 51: C09J 71: AVERY DENNISON CORPORATION 72: MALLYA, PRAKASH, KOCH, CAROL A, WILLIAMS, CHARLES R 33: US 31: 61/374,743 32: 2010/08/18 54: PRESSURE SENSITIVE ADHESIVES BASED ON RENEWABLE RESOURCES AND RELATED METHODS 00: Pressure sensitive adhesives produced from naturally occurring fats and oils are described. Also described are methods of producing the pressure sensitive adhesives. Generally, one or more naturally occurring fats or oils are epoxidized, and then reacted with certain alcohols or amines to thereby obtain the noted pressure sensitive adhesives. 21: 2013/01391 22: 2011/09/21 43: 2014/02/24 51: A61K 71: ALFA WASSERMANN S.P.A. 72: GIUSEPPE CLAUDIO, VISCOMI, PAOLA, MAFFEI, GIUSEPPE, BOTTONI, MARIA, GRIMALDI 33: IT 31: BO2010A000567 32: 2010/09/22 33: IT 31: BO2010A000638 32: 2010/10/22 33: IT 31: BO2011A000012 32: 2011/01/19 54: PHARMACEUTICAL FORMULATIONS CONTAINING RIFAXIMIN, PROCESSES FOR THEIR OBTAINMENT AND METHOD OF TREATING INTESTINAL DISEASE 00: The object of the invention concerns gastroresistant tablets containing rifaximin, obtained by means of gastroresistant microgranules characterized in that

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PATENT JOURNAL 54: MOBILE COMMUNICATION METHOD, RELAY NODE, AND RADIO BASE STATION 00: The present invention relates to a mobile communication method of sending and receiving the signaling of an S1AP/X2AP layer on DRB established between a radio base station DeNB and a relay node RN, the method comprising a step of generating a key Ks1x2_int for performing integrity protection in the above DRB, in an SMC (security mode command) process performed in an attach process of the relay node RN.

54: ANIMAL MODEL FOR THE EVALUATION OF THE EFFICACY OF AN HIV VACCINE 00: The present invention relates to the use of a Severe Combined T-B-Immune Deficient (SCID) mouse engrafted with human immunocompetent cells (HuSCID-mouse) as an animal model for the evaluation of the effectiveness of an HIV vaccine. Furthermore, the present invention relates to a method for the evaluation of an HIV vaccine, wherein a Hu-SCIDmouse of the invention is inoculated with the HIV vaccine and thereafter challenged with HI-virus. The invention also relates to novel HIV vaccine compositions, which can be evaluated using the animal model. 21: 2013/01422 22: 2011/08/30 43: 2014/02/25 51: C10G; B01J; C10B; C10L 71: BTG BIOMASS TECHNOLOGY GROUP B.V. 72: VENDERBOSCH, ROBERTUS HENDRIKUS, ARDIYANTI, AGNES RETNO, HEERES, HERO JAN, YAKOVLEV, VADIM, ERMAKOV, DMITRY, KHROMOVA, SOFIA, PARMON, VALENTIN 33: NL 31: 2005292 32: 2010/08/30 33: RU 31: 2010135823 32: 2010/08/30 54: PROCESS FOR THE HYDROTREATMENT OF VEGETAL MATERIALS 00: The present invention relates to a process for the hydrotreatment of a vegetal biomass. Specifically, the present invention relates to a process for the hydrotreatment of a vegetal biomass comprising: a) subjecting said vegetal biomass to a hydrotreatment in a first reactor, said hydrotreatment comprises contacting said vegetal biomass in an aqueous medium and a metal oxide, a mixed metal oxide, or a metal- metalloid oxide catalyst comprising at least 35% by weight of metal oxide, mixed metal oxide, or metal-metalloid oxide relative to the total weight of the catalyst, with hydrogen at a pressure in the range of 10 to 400 bar and at a temperature in the range of 50C to 300C until a predetermined level of the hydrotreatment of said biomass is obtained and wherein the metal oxide, a mixed metal oxide, or a metal-metalloid oxide catalyst comprises nickel. Further, the present invention relates to a metal oxide, mixed metal oxide or metal-metalloid oxide catalyst. Furthermore, the present invention relates to the use of the catalyst. 21: 2013/01423 22: 2011/08/12 43: 2014/02/25 51: H04W 71: NTT DOCOMO, INC. 72: HAPSARI, WURI ANDARMAWANTI, IWAMURA, MIKIO, UMESH, ANIL, TAKAHASHI, HIDEAKI 33: JP 31: 2010-181881 32: 2010/08/16

21: 2013/01426 22: 2011/09/01 43: 2014/02/25 51: B03C 71: SEPARATION TECHNOLOGIES LLC 72: SERT, BULENT, MACKAY, BRUCE E 33: US 31: 12/875,792 32: 2010/09/03 54: ELECTROSTATIC SEPARATION CONTROL SYSTEM 00: A process control system, more particularly, a process control system for controlling electrostatic separation for the separation of particulate materials is provided.

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21: 2013/01427 22: 2011/08/10 43: 2014/02/25 51: E21B 71: MINCON INTERNATIONAL 72: PURCELL, JOSEPH 33: IE 31: S2010/0502 32: 2010/08/12 54: AN ATTACHMENT FOR PERCUSSION DRILL TOOLS 00: The present invention provides an attachment (1) for a fluid-operated percussion drill tool (2), the drill tool having a backhead assembly (4) for attachment to a drill rod (10). The attachment comprises a shaft (3) attachable to the backhead assembly, wherein the shaft comprises a central bore (16) in fluid communication with a pressure bore of the drill rod. The attachment further comprises a sleeve (5) coaxially slidably mounted on the shaft, the sleeve comprising an outer shoulder (7) at a rear end thereof, and at least one rearwardly-directed exhaust passage. Pressurised air is supplied from the central bore of the shaft to urge the sleeve rearwards into a closed position in which air is prevented from exhausting through the exhaust passage. When a restriction is encountered at the shoulder, the sleeve moves forward to an open position in which air is permitted to exhaust through the exhaust passage adjacent the restriction.

21: 2013/01450 22: 2011/08/19 43: 2014/02/27 51: A61B 71: SHANG, JIANZHONG 72: SHANG, JIANZHONG, SHANG, JINGJING 33: CN 31: 201020297600.6 32: 2010/08/19 54: DISPOSABLE CIRCUMCISION ANASTOMAT 00: A disposable circumcision anastomat comprises an internal ring (2) and an external ring (1) having an opening (10). The internal ring (2) substantially matchesan external ring (1). The external ring (1) includes a sidewall (100). The sidewall (100) is provided with a retainer (7) for holding a gasket. The retainer (7) is an annular ring (71) extended inwardly from the sidewall (100) of the external ring. The annular ring (71) is equipped with an opening (710), corresponding to opening (10) on the external ring. The width (K1) of the annular ring is less than the width (K2) of the blade. The apparatus is safe, reliable, and able to reduce pain experienced by patients after surgery.

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21: 2013/01451 22: 2011/08/19 43: 2014/02/26 51: A61B 71: SHANG, JIANZHONG 72: SHANG, JIANZHONG, SHANG, JINGJING 33: CN 31: 201020299303.5 32: 2010/08/20 54: DISPOSABLE CIRCUMCISION CLAMP 00: The present invention relates to a disposable circumcision apparatus, the apparatus comprising an inner ring (1) for placement onto a penis. The inner ring (1) is connected to one or more connecting rods (11). The inner ring (1) may comprise a slanted structure substantially conforming to the coronal sulcus of a penis. The apparatus may also comprise an outer ring for use in preventing foreskin blood circulation during circumcision surgery, the outer ring sized and shaped to match an external diameter of the inner ring. A detachment structure (14) is provided at the connection between the inner ring and the connecting rod(s) that allow the connecting rod(s) to be removed from the inner ring once the inner ring has been placed onto the penis.

21: 2013/01454 22: 2011/08/11 43: 2014/02/26 51: G06Q; G06F 71: FACEBOOK, INC. 72: WU, CHARLES CHU-SHIN 33: US 31: 12/857,192 32: 2010/08/16 54: PEOPLE DIRECTORY WITH SOCIAL PRIVACY AND CONTACT ASSOCIATION FEATURES 00: In one embodiment, a social networking system provides people look up service and establish anonymous communication session between users; creates contact association for future communication between users; and configures one or more privacy settings for users.

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21: 2013/01455 22: 2011/07/27 43: 2014/02/26 51: G01N; B01D 71: NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY 72: KELSO, DAVID M, JANGAM, SUJIT, SUR, KUNAL, NABATIYAN, ARMAN, YANCHAK BOGGIANO, ASHLEY MARIE, PICKERILL, SAMUEL JOHN, GUPTA, SHIVANI 33: US 31: 61/368,156 32: 2010/07/27 54: DEVICES AND METHODS FOR FILTERING BLOOD PLASMA 00: The present invention provides systems, devices, kits, and methods for separating blood plasma from whole blood. In particular, the present invention provides systems, devices, and methods for separating a fixed volume of blood plasma from whole blood with minimal energy input.

21: 2013/01456 22: 2011/08/11 43: 2014/02/26 51: G06Q; H04W 71: FACEBOOK, INC. 72: REDSTONE, JOSHUA, SHARON, EYAL M, NARAYANAN, SRINIVASA P 33: US 31: 12/858,718 32: 2010/08/18 54: LOCATION RANKING USING SOCIAL GRAPH INFORMATION 00: In one embodiment, a user of a social networking system requests to check in a place near the user's current location. The social networking system generates a list of places near the user's current location, ranks the places in the list of places near the user's current location by a distance between each place and the user's current location, as well as activity of the user and the user's social contacts for each place, and returns the ranked list to the user.

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21: 2013/01457 22: 2011/08/15 43: 2014/02/26 51: G06Q 71: JT INTERNATIONAL SA 72: SCHMITZ, REINER 33: EP 31: 10174422.5 32: 2010/08/27 54: PRODUCT AUTHENTICATION METHOD 00: The present invention provides a commodity carrying out device that can reliably carry out a vertically-long shaped commodity in an upright state from a commodity storage column to a bucket. More specifically, since a commodity positioned at the front end side of a commodity storage column is tilted forward to be moved into a bucket, when moving a vertically-long shaped commodity in an upright state into a bucket, it is possible to move the commodity without the commodity toppling backwards. Thus, the commodity can be reliably moved into the bucket.

21: 2013/01489 22: 2011/08/22 43: 2014/02/27 51: B01J 71: UNILEVER PLC 72: CHATTERJEE, JAIDEEP, PRATAP, SHAILENDRA, RAMACHANDRAN, RAJEESH KUMAR, ABDUL KAREEM, SHAJAHAN, GUPTA, SANTOSH KUMAR 33: EP 31: 10189498.8 32: 2010/10/29 33: IN 31: 2560/MUM/2010 32: 2010/09/16 54: AN ALUMINA BLOCK FILTER MEDIA 00: The present invention relates to an activated alumina block filter media and a process for preparation of the alumina block, for use in gravity fed water filters and pressurized water filters for efficiently filtering particulate contaminants including microorganisms like cysts, bacteria and virus apart from removal of chemical contaminants while at the same time providing for relatively high flow rates. The alumina block filter media for use in gravity fed water filters and pressurized water filters comprises (a) activated alumina having a particle size in the range of 100 to 1000 microns and with a BET surface area in the range 200 to 1000 m2/g and (b) a binder material having a Melt Flow Rate (MFR) of less than 5 wherein the ratio of activated alumina particles to the binder is in the range of 1:1 to 20:1 by weight. 21: 2013/01490 22: 2011/08/12 43: 2014/02/27 51: A61K; A61Q; C11D 71: UNILEVER PLC 72: TSAUR, SHENG LIANG, YANG, LIN 33: US 31: 12/891,874 32: 2010/09/28 54: FRAGRANCED SOAP COMPOSITIONS

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PATENT JOURNAL The invention provides a composition comprising: a) a benefit agent (preferably perfume) delivery particle comprising a poly- xyloglucan or polygalactomannan with a ratio of beta-1,4 to 1,6 linkages of 1:1 to 3:1, or a mixture thereof as a delivery aid, b) a mannanase, preferably in combination with one or more of lipase, protease and amylase. Preferably the delivery particle is a core-shell encapsulate. 21: 2013/01496 22: 2011/08/15 43: 2014/02/27 51: G06Q; G06F 71: MICROSOFT CORPORATION 72: SAINI, SHAILESH, ALBRECHT, BRIAN 33: US 31: 12/878,842 32: 2010/09/09 54: CONCURRENT EDITING OF ONLINE DRAWINGS 00: A webpage contains a canvas. The canvas contains a drawing that is editable within the webpage by a user of a client device and by other users who use other client devices to open webpages that include the canvas. While the webpage is open on the client device, the drawing is dynamically updated to reflect edits made to the drawing by the user and by the other users at approximately times that the user and the other users make the edits to the drawing. The drawing is stored on a server system such that when the user closes the webpage, the other users can continue to edit the drawing. When the user reopens the webpage, the canvas contains the drawing as edited by the other users.

00: A personal care composition is provided which includes a fragrance component selected from the group consisting of hexyl acetate, dihydromyrcenol, phenyl ethyl alcohol, benzyl acetate and mixtures thereof, and from 1 to 30% of a C10-C24 fatty acid material by weight of the composition, wherein from 60 to 85% by weight of the fatty acid material is a salt and a remainder of the fatty acid material is a free fatty acid. 21: 2013/01491 22: 2011/08/12 43: 2014/02/27 51: C11D 71: UNILEVER PLC 72: TSAUR, SHENG LIANG 33: US 31: 12/891,879 32: 2010/09/28 54: LIQUID SOAP COMPOSITIONS 00: A liquid cleansing composition is provided which includes from 5 to 25% by weight of a fatty acids mixture and from 30 to 90% by weight of water, wherein the fatty acids mixture is present in a weight amount greater than a total of all surfactants other than soap present in the composition. Further, the fatty acids mixture is 70- 95% of lauric and myristic fatty acids in a weight ratio from 9: 1 to 1 :2, and 530% C16-C20 fatty acid, all by weight of the fatty acids mixture. Still further, 60-90 mole % of the fatty acids mixture is neutralized into soap. 21: 2013/01493 22: 2011/09/01 43: 2014/02/27 51: A23D; A23L 71: UNILEVER PLC 72: BONS, JOHANNES ROBERT, HUIZINGA, HINDRIK, FLTER, ECKHARD, SMIT-KINGMA, IRENE ERICA 33: EP 31: 10178323.1 32: 2010/09/22 54: EDIBLE FAT CONTINUOUS SPREADS 00: The invention relates to a method of preparing an edible fat continuous spread comprising a dispersed aqueous phase and crystalline non-esterified plant sterol, said method comprising the steps of preparing a fat continuous emulsion and mixing said emulsion with fast re-crystallized non-esterified plant sterol. 21: 2013/01494 22: 2011/08/08 43: 2014/02/27 51: C11D; D06M 71: UNILEVER PLC 72: JONES, CHRISTOPHER CLARKSON, FERGUSON, PAUL 33: GB 31: 1015672.7 32: 2010/09/20 54: FABRIC TREATMENT COMPOSITIONS COMPRISING TARGET BENEFIT AGENTS 00: -

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21: 2013/01497 22: 2010/08/26 43: 2014/02/27 51: G08B 71: BRIGADE ELECTRONICS PLC 72: HANSON-ABBOTT, CHRISTOPHER, LEVENTHALL, HUBERT GEOFFREY, SANDS, KELLY 54: A SOUNDER FOR MOBILE APPARATUS 00: A sounder for use in mobile apparatus comprising an electronic signal generator and a electroacoustic transducer to generate an audible sound, wherein the sound comprises continuous repetitions of a predetermined section of substantially broadband sound.

21: 2013/01498 22: 2011/08/03 43: 2014/02/27 51: G01N 71: ISIS INNOVATION LIMITED 72: SARGENT, IAN, SOUTHCOMBE, JENNIFER, GRANNE, INGRID 33: GB 31: 1013151.4 32: 2010/08/04 54: DIAGNOSTIC METHOD 00: It has been demonstrated that the level of sST2 increases in pregnant females suffering from preeclampsia. Accordingly, the level of sST2 in a pregnant female can be used to assess risk of developing pre-eclampsia.

21: 2013/01529 22: 2011/08/10 43: 2014/02/28 51: C02F 71: OMYA INTERNATIONAL AG 72: SKOVBY, MICHAEL, POFFET, MARTINE, BURI, MATTHIAS, BLUM, REN VINZENZ 33: EP 31: 10172771.7 32: 2010/08/13 33: US 31: 61/401,854 32: 2010/08/20 54: MICRONIZED CACO3 SLURRY INJECTION SYSTEM FOR THE REMINERALIZATION OF DESALINATED AND FRESH WATER 00: The present invention concerns a process for treating water and the use of calcium carbonate in such a process. In particular, the present invention is directed to a process for remineralization of water comprising the steps of providing feed water, and injecting gaseous carbon dioxide and a slurry into the feed water, wherein the slurry comprises micronized calcium carbonate.

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PATENT JOURNAL In a slide door current-carrying system (1), a junction connection detection circuit (11) has a door opening/closing switch (111) on the slide door side and is connected to a junction connection detection section (31) on the body side. A door lock detection circuit (14) has a door lock switch (141) on the slide door side and is connected to a door lock detection section (41) on the body side. The junction connection detection circuit (11) and the door lock detection circuit (14) have a common circuit section (10) where a single junction terminal (21) (21e) of a junction switch (2) is shared. The door opening/closing switch (111) and the door lock switch (141) are connected in parallel to each other on the slide door side.

21: 2013/01531 22: 2011/07/27 43: 2014/02/28 51: C07C 71: OBSHCHESTVO S OGRANICHENNOY OTVETSTVENNOSTJU "UNISIT" 72: ORDOMSKIY, VITALY VALERIEVICH, SUSHKEVICH, VITALY LEONIDOVICH, IVANOVA, IRINA IGOREVNA 33: RU 31: 2010131711 32: 2010/07/29 54: ONE-STEP METHOD FOR BUTADIENE PRODUCTION 00: This invention relates to gas-phase synthesis of butadiene from ethanol or ethanol and acetaldehyde mixture. The method of synthesis includes ethanol or ethanol and acetaldehyde mixture conversion in the presence of a catalyst, which differs from the known methods by the carrying out of the interaction in the presence of the solid catalyst, which contains metal, chosen from the group of silver, gold or copper, and metal oxide, chosen from the group of magnesium, titanium, zirconium, tantalum or niobium oxides. The method announced is used for condensation process under the conditions of continuous flow fixed bed reactor. The invention allows to reach high yield and selectivity to butadiene and high level of conversion of the feed. 21: 2013/01533 22: 2011/03/11 43: 2014/02/28 51: B60R; B60J 71: TOYOTA SHATAI KABUSHIKI KAISHA 72: GONDA, TATSUYA 33: JP 31: 2010-223533 32: 2010/10/01 54: SLIDE DOOR CURRENT-CARRYING SYSTEM 00: -

21: 2013/01534 22: 2010/09/30 43: 2014/02/28 51: F28D; F28F 71: HALDOR TOPSE A/S 72: CHRISTIANSEN, HANS GEORG 54: WASTE HEAT BOILER 00: A waste heat boiler has heat exchange tubes for indirect heat exchange of a relatively hot process gas and a cooling media, and a by-pass tube for bypassing a part of the process gas; a process gas collector collects and mixes a part of the heat exchanged process gas and at least a part of the bypassed process gas before the mix is lead via a control valve to the process gas outlet of the waste

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PATENT JOURNAL surveyed region using said input seismic data, inputting potential field data for said surveyed region, generating a second representation depicting a plurality of density interfaces of said underlying geology of said surveyed region using said input potential field data; combining said representation of said plurality of density interfaces with said representation of said plurality of reflection interfaces to reposition at least one of said plurality of reflection interfaces and generating a final representation depicting said underlying geology of said surveyed region using said combined first and second representations.

heat boiler together with the rest of the heat exchanged process gas.

21: 2013/01535 22: 2011/08/29 43: 2014/02/28 51: A01N; A01P 71: DOW AGROSCIENCES LLC 72: MANN, RICHARD K, HUANG, YI-HSIOU 33: US 31: 61/378,130 32: 2010/08/30 54: SYNERGISTIC HERBICIDAL COMPOSITION CONTAINING PENOXSULAM AND BENTAZON 00: A synergistic mixture of penoxsulam and bentazon controls weeds in crops, especially rice and other cereal and grain crops, pastures, rangelands, IVM and turf. In addition to providing improved postemergence herbicidal weed control, the mixture safens damage to rice. 21: 2013/01537 22: 2011/07/20 43: 2014/02/28 51: G01V 71: ARKEX LIMITED 72: DYER, NEIL JAMES, COSTA E SILVA, MERCIA BETANIA 33: GB 31: 1013091.2 32: 2010/08/04 54: SYSTEMS AND METHODS FOR PROCESSING GEOPHYSICAL DATA 00: A method of processing geophysical data from a survey of a surveyed region of the earth to provide a representation of the underlying geology of said surveyed region, the method comprising inputting 2D seismic data for said surveyed region, generating a first representation depicting a plurality of reflection interfaces of said underlying geology of said

21: 2013/01539 22: 2011/09/14 43: 2014/02/28 51: H02K 71: HGANS AB (PUBL) 72: PENNANDER, LARS-OLOV, ATKINSON, GLYNN, JACK, ALAN 33: US 31: 61/384,514 32: 2010/09/20 33: DK 31: PA201000833 32: 2010/09/17 54: ROTOR FOR MODULATED POLE MACHINE 00: A rotor for an inner-rotor modulated pole machine, the rotor being configured to generate a rotor magnetic field for interaction with a stator magnetic field of a stator of the modulated pole machine, wherein said rotor is adapted to rotate around a longitudinal axis of the rotor; wherein the rotor comprises a plurality of permanent magnets arranged circumferentially around the longitudinal

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axis, each permanent magnet being magnetised in a direction of magnetisation so as to generate a magnetic flux; a plurality of axial flux guiding members each adapted to provide an at least twodimensional flux path for the magnetic flux generated by a respective one of the plurality of permanent magnets; a support structure comprising an inner tubular support member arranged radially inward of the plurality of permanent magnets; and at least one outer flux guiding member adapted to provide a path in at least a radial direction for the magnetic flux generated by one or more of the plurality of permanent magnets.

21: 2013/01540 22: 2011/08/11 43: 2014/02/28 51: G06Q; H04W 71: FACEBOOK, INC. 72: REDSTONE, JOSHUA, SHARON, EYAL M, NARAYANAN, SRINIVASA P, GERTZFIELD, BENJAMIN J, HUI, DANIEL JENG-PING 33: US 31: 12/858,859 32: 2010/08/18 54: DYNAMIC PLACE VISIBILITY IN GEO-SOCIAL NETWORKING SYSTEM 00: In one embodiment, a user of a social networking system requests to search for a place near the user's current location. The social networking system generates a list of places near the user's current location, select a sub-set from the list of places based on visibility and activity of the user and the user's social contacts for each place in the list, and returns the sub-set to the user.

21: 2013/01542 22: 2011/09/30 43: 2014/02/28 51: C07C 71: ARKEMA FRANCE 72: FREMY, GEORGES, RAYMOND, JEANMICHEL 33: FR 31: 1057904 32: 2010/09/30 54: PROCESS FOR PREPARING DIALKYL DISULPHIDES 00: The present invention relates to a process for obtaining dialkyl disulphides from an alkyl mercaptan and from sulphur, in which a reaction intermediate present in the final disulphide is decomposed at the end of synthesis. This operation makes it possible to avoid the degradation of said reaction intermediate over time, which is responsible for the decrease in purity of the dialkyl disulphide. 21: 2013/01544 22: 2011/08/30 43: 2014/02/28 51: C08L; C08J 71: CHEVRON PHILLIPS CHEMICAL COMPANY LP 72: MCDANIEL, MAX P, YANG, QING, ST JEAN, GUYLAINE, TSO, CHUNG CHING 33: US 31: 12/875,373 32: 2010/09/03 54: POLYMER RESINS HAVING IMPROVED BARRIER PROPERTIES AND METHODS OF MAKING SAME 00: A polymeric resin having a lower molecular weight (LMW) component and a higher molecular weight (HMW) component and the resin having a density of from about 0.955 g/cc to about 0.967 g/cc, a melt index of from about 0.5 dg/min to about 4.0 dg/min, and a zero shear viscosity of from about 3.0 x

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10 Pa-s to about 4.0 x 10 Pa-s. A method comprising providing a catalyst system comprising at least one transition metal complex, an activator support, and a cocatalyst; contacting the catalyst system with an olefin under conditions suitable to form a polyolefin, wherein the polyolefin has a HMW component and a LMW component; and recovering the polyolefin, wherein the polyolefin has a melt index of from about 0.5 dg/min to about 4.0 dg/min, and a zero shear viscosity of from about 3.0 x 3 4 10 Pa-s to about 4.0 x 10 Pa-s. 21: 2013/01545 22: 2011/10/06 43: 2014/02/28 51: H04L 71: SCHWEITZER ENGINEERING LABORATORIES, INC. 72: ROURKE, MICHAEL E, DOLEZILEK, DAVID J, RYAN, MAX B, BENNETT, JERRY J 33: US 31: 61/390,850 32: 2010/10/07 54: SYSTEMS AND METHODS FOR EXTENDING A DETERMINISTIC FIELDBUS NETWORK OVER A WIDE AREA 00: The present disclosure provides systems and methods for extending a deterministic network over a wide geographical area. According to one embodiment, an IED may transmit data frames using a deterministic frame-based communication protocol, such as EtherCAT, via a local deterministic fieldbus. A first transceiver may encapsulate the data frames for transmission over a multiplexing synchronized optical network, such as a SONET network. A second transceiver may de-encapsulate the encapsulated data frames and transmit them via a remote deterministic fieldbus, such that communication between the local and remote deterministic fieldbuses is deterministic. Accordingly, an IED may communicate with a high level of determinism and/or in real-time with various components in a power delivery system across a wide geographical area including multiple deterministic fieldbuses.

21: 2013/01546 22: 2011/09/22 43: 2014/02/28 51: H04W 71: TELEFONAKTIEBOLAGET L M ERICSSON (PUBL) 72: KELLER, RALF, SCHLIWA-BERTLING, PAUL, EHRENHOLM, BO 33: US 31: 61/392,093 32: 2010/10/12 54: METHOD AND NETWORK NODE 00: Method in a network node (110, 120) for identifying an SGSN (130) of a mobile station (140). The method comprises acquiring (301) a TLLI, and identifying (302) the SGSN (130) of the mobile station (140) by deriving the identity of the SGSN (130) from the acquired (301) TLLI. Also, a corresponding network node (110, 120) is described.

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21: 2013/01549 22: 2011/09/15 43: 2014/02/28 51: H04B 71: ABB TECHNOLOGY AG 72: BENNINGER, HANS, CACHIN, DOMINIQUE, COMINO, ROMEO 33: EP 31: 10177513.8 32: 2010/09/19 54: UTILITY COMMUNICATION METHOD AND SYSTEM 00: The present invention proposes the use of transparent transmission of teleprotection commands in the form of GOOSE or GSSE messages, as defined by the Generic Substation Event (GSE) class model by the standard IEC61850, between substations combined with Channel Supervision and Monitoring (CSM) equivalent to CSM offered by conventional teleprotection equipment. This approach avoids the disadvantage of non-transparent transmission when using the gateway approach and of the lack of the CSM functionality when using the tunnelling approach.

21: 2013/01550 22: 2011/12/15 43: 2014/02/28 51: F25J 71: CHEVRON U.S.A. INC. 72: HAVLIK, ROBERT C, HUANG, STANLEY H 33: US 31: 12/982,219 32: 2010/12/30 54: METHOD TO MAXIMIZE LNG PLANT CAPACITY IN ALL SEASONS 00: As described herein, a method and system for operating a liquefied natural gas (LNG) plant are provided. The method and system also provide for domestic natural gas production. In the present methods and systems, substantially all of the natural gas produced from a well or formation is processed to form LNG; a portion of the LNG produced is regasified; and the regasification is utilized to cool the inlet air to the gas turbines in the LNG plant, either directly or indirectly.

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21: 2013/01551 22: 2011/08/12 43: 2014/02/28 51: A45D 71: JEMELLA LIMITED 72: FORD, TOM, SIMS, RICHARD, SINCLAIR, JOHN ALLAN, MCPHERSON, JAMIE 33: GB 31: 1014424.4 32: 2010/08/31 33: GB 31: 1020598.7 32: 2010/12/03 54: HAIR STYLING APPLIANCE 00: The invention relates to a hair styling appliance (100, 100 ', 100") comprising at least one heater (103, 104) having a plurality of heating zones (Z1 - Z5). The heating zones are independently operable arranged along the length of the heater. The sequential arrangement of the independently operable heating zones helps to improve the thermal control of the hair styling appliance. The hair styling appliance may be a hair straightener, curling tong, curling wand or a crimping iron.

21: 2013/01652 22: 2013/03/04 43: 2014/02/17 51: A61K, A61P, C07D 71: Daiichi Sankyo Company, Limited 72: TODA, Narihiro, TAKANO, Rieko, SHIDA, Takeshi, KATAGIRI, Takahiro, IWAMOTO, Mitsuhiro, ASHIDA, Shinji, YAMAZAKI, Mami 33: JP 31: 2010-215403 32: 2010/09/27 54: CYCLOHEXANE DERIVATIVE COMPOUND 00: The purpose of the present invention is to find a therapeutic and/or prophylactic agent for gastrointestinal disorders and so on, said agent having an excellent activity and a high safety. A compound represented by general formula (I) or a pharmacologically acceptable salt of the same. In general formula (I): A represents an optionally substituted phenylene group; B represents an optionally substituted 4- to 10-membered heterocyclic group, an optionally substituted C6-10 aryl group or an optionally substituted C3-10 cycloalkyl group; R1 represents a hydrogen atom or a C1-3 alkyl group; R2 represents a hydrogen atom or a C1-3 alkyl group; R3 represents a C1-6 alkyl group, a C3-10 cycloalkyl group, a C1-3 alkoxy C1-3 alkyl group or a C1-3 hydroxyalkyl group; R4 represents a hydrogen atom, a C1-6 alkyl group or a halogen atom; n is an integer of 1 to 4; and X represents methylene, -O-, -NH-, -N(C1-3 alkyl)-, C(=O)-, -S-, -S(O)-, -S(O2)- or a single bond.

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PATENT JOURNAL 51: C07C, C08G, C14C 71: Lanxess Deutschland GmbH 72: REINERS, Jrgen, TYSOE, Christopher, WIECHMANN, Jan-Dieter, KRGER, Claudia, GROSCH, Rafael, HEINZELMANN, Franz, EBBINGHAUS, Michael, KLEBAN, Martin 33: EP 31: 10172191.8 32: 2010/08/06 54: COMPOSITIONS COMPRISING AT LEAST ONE COMPOUND CONTAINING A CARBAMOYL SULFONATE GROUP AND USE OF THE SAME AS TANNING AGENTS 00: The invention relates to an aqueous composition containing a) at least one compound containing a carbamoyl sulfonate group and b) at least one nonionic alkoxylated polyol containing ester groups and having a HLB value of at least 13 (b1) and/or an alkylglycoside (b2). 21: 2013/01686 22: 2013/03/05 43: 2014/02/17 51: A61F 71: Unicharm Corporation 72: KATO, Nobuyuki, TAMURA, Tatsuya, HAYASHI, Toshihisa 33: JP 31: 2010-223059 32: 2010/09/30 54: ABSORBENT ARTICLE 00: An absorbent article is provided in which the absorbent is resistant to twisting even when the absorbent article is worn for a long period of time, and has a favorable sensation when contacting the skin of a wearer. The present invention discloses an absorbent article 1 provided with a liquid-permeable top sheet 10, a liquid-impermeable back sheet 20 provided at a location opposing the top sheet, an absorbent 30 provided between the top sheet and the back sheet, and a side sheet 40 provided on both sides of the top sheet in the widthwise direction and having an area that overlaps the top sheet and the absorbent, wherein the absorbent contains an airlaid layer 32 and a crushed pulp layer 34, the crushed pulp layer is provided on the top sheet side, the airlaid layer is provided on the back sheet side, and the absorbent article has a plurality of indentations formed by pin-embossing the top sheet, the side sheet and the absorbent, and a plurality of indentations formed by pin-embossing the top sheet and the absorbent.

21: 2013/01683 22: 2013/03/05 43: 2014/02/03 51: A47B 71: The Coca-Cola Company 72: HORN, Brett, GOMEZ, Erika 33: US 31: 12/850,687 32: 2010/08/05 54: MODULAR RACKING SYSTEM 00: The present application provides a modular racking system for use with a number of products. The modular racking system may include a number of support members and a number of shelves. The shelves may include a number of locking sections with a tapered cutout sized for one of the support members.

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PATENT JOURNAL 71: Norit Americas Inc. 72: NEBERGALL, Robert S., ADAMS, Patton M. 33: US 31: 12/875,195 32: 2010/09/03 54: METHODS AND APPARATUSES FOR IMPREGNATION OF A DILUTE PHASE MILLED SORBENT WITH A CHEMICAL COMPOUND IN AN AQUEOUS SOLUTION 00: The present disclosure relates to apparatus designed to impregnate a sorbent. In some embodiments apparatus of the disclosure may comprise a mixing vessel having either a conical mixing chamber or an cylindrical mixing chamber designed to increase the contact surface area and/or contact/residence time of a sorbent and impregnant to produce compositions comprising an impregnated sorbent. Apparatus of the disclosure may also comprise one or more atomizers operable to produce atomized droplets of impregnant. The disclosure also provides methods for impregnation of a milled sorbent or an un-milled sorbent. Methods of the disclosure provide several technical advantages and may be cost effective. Impregnant sorbent compositions produced by methods and/or apparatus of the disclosure may have higher concentrations of an impregnant, a more uniform distribution of an impregnant and may have a greater sorbent efficiency.

21: 2013/01689 22: 2013/03/05 43: 2014/02/17 51: A23L, A61K, A61P 71: XIE, Chen, ZHONG, Zhong 72: XIE, Chen, ZHONG, Zhong 54: ANTI-FATIGUE COMPOSITION OF PLANT MATERIAL AND PREPARATION METHOD, USE AND PRODUCTS THEREOF 00: A composition of plant material for improving symptoms of fatigue, improving sleep quality and preparation method, use and products thereof, said composition is prepared by using Rhodiola L.2080%, Gynostemma BL.10-60% and Lycium L.1060%.

21: 2013/01787 22: 08/03/2013 43: 17/01/2014 51: G08B 71: JONKER RYNHARD 72: JONKER RYNHARD 33: - 31: - 32: 54: AN ALARM SYSTEM 00: 57: The invention provides for an alarm system, including a base configured to be attachable to a surface; a sensor attached to the base, means for alerting the user to the activation of the sensor, and wherein the system is installed independently of an existing alarm system.

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21: 2013/02012 22: 2013/03/18 43: 2014/02/20 51: A61K 71: CIPLA LIMITED 72: PURANDARE, Shrinivas Madhukar, MALHOTRA, Geena 33: IN 31: 2684/MUM/2010 32: 2010/09/27 54: LOW DOSE PHARMACEUTICAL COMPOSITION 00: The present invention provides a pharmaceutical composition comprising a low dose of zanamivir and a process for preparing the pharmaceutical composition comprising a low dose of zanamivir. The pharmaceutical composition comprising a low dose zanamivir may be used in the treatment and/or prophylaxis of influenza. The present invention also provides a method of treatment and/or prophylaxis of influenza which comprises administering a dry powder inhaler composition comprising a low dose zanamavir. The pharmaceutical composition of the present invention comprises zanamivir and one or more pharmaceutically acceptable excipients, wherein the total daily dose of the zanamivir is less than 10 mg, preferably for administration at least once a day, and preferably wherein the composition delivers from 3 mg to 8 mg of zanamivir per administered dose.

21: 2013/02167 22: 2013/03/22 43: 2014/02/19 51: H04N; H04L 71: IRDETO B.V. 72: WAJS, ANDREW AUGUSTINE, MOOIJ, WIM 33: EP 31: PCT/EP2012/055174 32: 2012/03/23 54: CONTROLLING ACCESS TO IP STREAMING CONTENT 00: There is described a method of controlling access to IP streaming content by a plurality of receivers. The method comprises the steps of (a) for each receiver in the plurality of receivers, providing that receiver with acces to first control information for that receiver to enable that receiver to access a first portion of the conte; (b) identifying a receiver from the plurality of receivers as an identified receiver; (c) updating the first control information so as to provide updated control information for each receiver, the updated control information being associated with a second portion of the content; and (d) configuring each receiver to fetch the updated control information for that receiver. For the identified receiver, the updated control information is invalid such that the identified receiver is unable to fully access the second portion of the content. A server configured to carry out the method is also described.

21: 2013/02214 22: 2013/03/25 43: 2014/02/17 51: B09B, C02F, C10B, F26B 71: Mutsuwa Kogyo Kabushiki Kaisha 72: OYAMA, Toshio, HOSHI, Masami

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PATENT JOURNAL 72: SMITH, James 33: ZA 31: 2010/07398 32: 2010/10/15 54: AN INVERSIBLE TUBULAR MEMBER AND A GRIPPING DEVICE INCLUDING SUCH A MEMBER 00: This invention relates to a gripping device (10), e.g. a surgical retrieval device. The device includes an inversible tubular member (28), which is composed of interengaged stitches of resiliently flexible filamentary material and which is progressively transformable between an everted condition and an inverted condition. The device includes also actuation means (12,20) carrying the inversible tubular member and operable for effecting progressive inversion and eversion of the inversible tubular member. Through progressive inversion of the inversible tubular member, an object can be gripped thereby.

33: JP 31: 2010-235127 32: 2010/10/20 54: DRYING/CARBONIZING DEVICE AND METHOD THEREOF 00: This drying/carbonizing device is formed from providing within a drying chamber: a plurality of tubes, to one end of which an inlet is formed and to the other end of which an outlet is formed, of which the upper and lower ends are interconnected to each other to form a single chain, and which have rotatable screw conveyers therewithin that are disposed in a manner so that the outward paths and return paths vertically alternate; horizontal tubes that are attached at appropriate intervals along the lengthwise direction of the plurality of tubes and that are horizontal discharge tubes connected to the plurality of tubes; vertical tubes that are connected to the ends of the horizontal tubes and that are provided in the vertical direction; and a bottom collection tube that is provided horizontally to the bottom, links the ends of the vertical tubes, and removes gas.

21: 2013/02310 22: 2013/03/27 43: 2014/02/14 51: E21B 71: Atlas Copco Drilling Solutions LLC 72: LEDBETTER, Timothy W., PEEBLES, Iain A. 33: US 31: 12/576,103 32: 2009/10/08 54: DRILLING MACHINE POWER PACK WHICH INCLUDES A CLUTCH 00: A drilling machine (100) includes a compressor (130) coupled to a prime mover (120) through a hydraulic clutch (140), wherein the hydraulic clutch is repeatably moveable between engaged and disengaged conditions. The compressor is allowed to provide air and is restricted from providing air in response to the hydraulic clutch being in the engaged and disengaged conditions, respectively. The hydraulic clutch is moveable between the engaged and disengaged conditions during operation of the prime mover.

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21: 2013/02577 22: 2013/04/10 43: 2014/02/13 51: E02D, E21D 71: J-LOK CO. 72: SIMMONS, Walter, John, SIMMONS, Walter, Neal 33: US 31: 61/407,009 32: 2010/10/26 54: FILLING OF PARTITIONED FILM PACKAGES FOR ANCHORING SYSTEMS FOR MINES 00: A method of forming a partitioned package for grouting for an anchoring system for a mine includes pumping a mastic into the package through a fill tube while a processing lubricant is separately introduced onto an inner wall of the fill tube. 21: 2013/02602 22: 2013/04/11 43: 2014/02/24 51: A01G 71: CHENGDU JINHUI TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD. 72: ZHANG, YIFAN 33: CN 31: 201220670029.7 32: 2012/12/07 54: MULTIFUNCTIONAL PRUNING MACHINE FOR FRUIT TREE 00: The present invention discloses a multifunctional pruning machine for fruit tree, comprising a handle, a motor and a hub. The motor is configured at one end of the handle, and the other end of the handle is held by hand. The hub is configured on the motor. The handle is configured with batteries, a support base and an electricity display, and a lamp is configured on the motor. The batteries are connected to the

21: 2013/02635 22: 12/04/2013 43: 24/10/2013 51: A61B 71: DYMOND IAN WALTER DRYDEN 72: DYMOND GRAEME FRANCOIS DRYDEN and DYMOND IAN WALTER DRYDEN 33: ZA 31: 2011/00153 32: 2011/01/06 54: A RETRACTOR FOR USE IN SURGERY 00: 57: A retractor for use in surgery, wherein the retractor includes a first and a second arm in hinged arrangement, a blade for levering against tissue, wherein the blade is pivotably attached to the first arm, positioning means for positioning the second arm relative tissue and wherein the actuation of the hinged arms permits linear displacement of an end of the blade relative the positioning means. The positioning means may comprise a spike for insertion in the cancellous bone of the proximal shaft of a femur following an osteotomy of the femoral head during hip replacement surgery.

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PATENT JOURNAL 00: 57: The invention provides for a thermal storage system, the system including an expandable bladder for storing liquid for a cooling system, in a water storage dam, wherein the bladder is connectable to a liquid channeling means for filling and draining the expandable bladder in a substantially uniform manner and wherein the volume of the liquid stored in the expandable bladder controlled by a volume control means for assisting in preventing over-filling and rupture of the expandable bladder.

21: 2013/03083 22: 2013/04/26 43: 2014/01/31 51: C22C; C22F 71: HAYNES INTERNATIONAL, INC. 72: DEODESHMUKH, VINAY P, MECK, NACERA SABRINA, CROOK, PAUL 33: US 31: 13/719,369 32: 2012/12/19 33: US 31: 61/640,096 32: 2012/04/30 54: ACID AND ALKALI RESISTANT NICKELCHROMIUM-MOLYBDENUM-COPPER ALLOYS 00: A nickel-chromium-molybdenum-copper alloy resistant to 70% sulfuric acid at 93°C and 50% sodium hydroxide at 121°C for acid and alkali neutralization in the field of waste management; the alloy contains, in weight percent, 27 to 33 chromium, 4.9 to 7.8 molybdenum, greater than 3.1 but no more than 6.0 copper, up to 3.0 iron, 0.3 to 1.0 manganese, 0.1 to 0.5 aluminum, 0.1 to 0.8 silicon, 0.01 to 0.11 carbon, up to 0.13 nitrogen, up to 0.05 magnesium, up to 0.05 rare earth elements, with a balance of nickel and impurities.  Titanium or another MC carbide former can be added to enhance thermal stability of the alloy. 21: 2013/03401 22: 10/05/2013 43: 26/11/2013 51: B65G, C09K, F16L 71: BBE ENERGY (PTY) LTD 72: WILLIAM ROSS WILLIAM 33: ZA 31: 2012/03400 32: 2012/05/10 54: A THERMAL STORAGE SYSTEM

21: 2013/03475 22: 2013/05/13 43: 2014/02/11 51: A61M 71: inSleep Technologies, LLC 72: BAECKE, Martin, BORGWARD, Marcel 33: US 31: 61/406,315 32: 2010/10/25 54: BUTTERFLY NASAL MASK 00: A nasal interface including a hard base (5) and a soft pad portion (10) with angled butterfly wing portions (15, 20). The soft pad portion (10) is connected to the hard base portion (5), and in some arrangements, can be removed from the hard base portion (5). The soft pad portion (10) includes a bellows (60) positioned between a lower boarder (55) and the butterfly wings (15, 20).

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21: 2013/03550 22: 2013/05/16 43: 2013/11/18 51: G01G 11/16 (2006.01), G01G 23/01 (2006.01) 71: SAIMO ELECTRIC CO., LTD 72: LI, Da; (CN), LIU, Zhiliang; (CN), HE, Fusheng; (CN), ZHANG, Xingguo; (CN), HU, Zhen; (CN), ZHANG, Deqiang; (CN) 33: CN 31: 201010548484.5 32: 2010/11/18 54: HIGH PRECISION BELT WEIGHING DEVICE 00: A high precision belt weighing device is disclosed, it mainly consists of a first belt weighing scale frame (1), a set of buffer carrier rollers (2), a volume scale hopper (3), a second belt weighing scale frame (4), a transfer conveyor (5), a dispenser (6), an initial point detector (7), a weighing control instrument (8), and a speedometer (11). The set of buffer carrier rollers (2) is provided between the first and second belt weighing scale frames (1,4), and the volume scale hopper (3) is provided above the set of buffer carrier rollers (2), and the transfer conveyor (5) is provided above the volume scale hopper (3). The first and second belt weighing scale frames (1,4), the volume scale hopper (3), the initial point detector (7), the speedometer (11) are connected with the weighing control instrument (8) by cables, the cumulative weight of bulk goods transited by the first belt weighing scale frame (1), the cumulative weight of

21: 2013/03576 22: 2013/05/16 43: 2014/02/13 51: F16N 71: BOTHA, Johan Hendrik 72: BOTHA, Johan Hendrik 33: ZA 31: 2012/03904 32: 2012/05/29 54: A LUBRICANT DISPENSING APPARATUS 00: THIS INVENTION relates to a lubricant dispensing apparatus (10) and method. The apparatus (10) includes a body (12) defining a chamber (16, 18) and a double-sided piston (14) disposed in the chamber (16, 18), the piston (14) dividing the chamber (16, 18) into a pressurised fluid volume (16) and a lubricant volume (18). The apparatus (10) further includes a lubricant inlet and a lubricant outlet (20) associated with the lubricant volume (18) for charging and discharging a lubricant to or from the lubricant volume (18), the piston (14) being displaceable in a working stroke by a pressurised fluid within the pressurised fluid volume (16) to discharge any lubricant within the lubricant volume (18).

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PATENT JOURNAL and leakage prevention means configured to prevent or reduce leakage of the liquid aerosol - forming substrate from the liquid storage portion. The leakage prevention means may comprise one or more of a porous plug at least partially located within the liquid storage portion, sealing means between the liquid storage portion and a capillary wick (117), and sealing means between the liquid storage portion and an electrical connector of an electric heater (119).

21: 2013/03587 22: 2013/05/16 43: 2014/02/19 51: A61K 71: The Coca-Cola Company 72: POULOS, Sylvia P., BOZA, Julio, SCOTT, Robert O. 33: US 31: 61/415,016 32: 2010/11/18 54: PERFORMANCE ENHANCING SPORTS BEVERAGE AND METHODS OF USE 00: A performance enhancing sports drink is described. The drink, which is useful before, during, and after exercise, is specially developed to reduce lactate production, reduce perceived exhaustion, reduce muscle soreness (both actual muscle damage and perceived soreness), and reduce net fluid loss observed with exercise. 21: 2013/03601 22: 2013/05/17 43: 2014/02/13 51: A24F 71: PHILIP MORRIS PRODUCTS S.A. 72: THORENS, Michel, FLICK, Jean-Marc, COCHAND, Olivier, Yves, DUBIEF, Flavien 33: EP 31: 10252050.9 32: 2010/12/03 54: AN AEROSOL GENERATING SYSTEM WITH LEAKAGE PREVENTION 00: There is provided an aerosol generating system for heating a liquid aerosol - forming substrate. The system includes a liquid storage portion (113) for storing the liquid aerosol - forming substrate (115),

21: 2013/03631 22: 2013/05/17 43: 2014/02/11 51: G01N 71: Moredun Research Institute 72: NISBET, Alasdair Justice, HUNTLEY, John Frederick, BURGESS, Stewart Thomas George 33: GB 31: 1017705.3 32: 2010/10/20 54: DETECTION AND/OR DIAGNOSIS OF MITE INFECTIONS IN SHEEP 00: This invention provides a mite group 2 allergen for use in detecting P. ovis and/or for diagnosing, detecting or evaluating diseases and/or conditions caused or contributed to by P. ovis. 21: 2013/03635 22: 2013/05/20 43: 2014/02/14 51: C07F; 161K; A61P 71: LAURUS LABS PRIVATE LIMITED 72: INDUKURI, Venkata Sunil Kumar; MUPPIDI, Vamsee Krishna; JOGA, Sree Rambabu; GORANTLA, Seeta Ramanjaneyulu; CHAVA, Satyanarayana 33: IN 31: 1230/CHE/2011 32: 2011/04/08 54: SOLID FORMS OF ANTIRETROVIRAL COMPOUNDS AND ANTI-OXIDATIVE ACIDS, PROCESSES FOR PREPARATION AND PHARMACEUTICAL COMPOSITIONS THEREOF 00: Disclosed are solid forms of antiretroviral compounds and anti-oxidative acids, and processes

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for their preparation. Pharmaceutical compositions using the solid forms are also disclosed.

21: 2013/03637 22: 2013/05/16 43: 2014/03/24 51: E01F 71: HAGLER, Manfred Wolfgang 72: HAGLER, Manfred Wolfgang 54: Traffic Delineator Base 00: This invention relates to a road traffic delineator base. Traffic delineators are used to delineate zones or lanes for purposes of directing road traffic. The delineator base (10) comprises a plinth (12) constituted by a strip of elastomeric sheet material and a delineator mounting bracket (14) secured to the surface of the plinth (12). The delineator mounting bracket (14) is adapted to accept a delineator foot (not shown). The plinth (12) is constituted by an elastomeric unit made up of one or more layers or sheets (12.1) of conveyor belting, preferably used conveyor belting. The delineator mounting bracket (14) is secured to the plinth (12) by means of a securement that passes through all of the sheets (12.1) making up the plinth (12).

21: 2013/03638 22: 2013/05/16 43: 2014/02/11 51: E05G, F42D 71: ARGENT INDUSTRIAL LIMITED 72: PRETORIUS, Burger 33: ZA 31: 2012/06123 32: 2012/08/15 54: BOMB RESISTANT DDU 00: A modular unit for securely housing an automated teller machine (ATM), the unit comprising a floor, walls, a roof and an access door, the floor and/or at least one of the walls including a pressure release system for dissipating blast waves caused by an explosion.

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21: 2013/03649 22: 2013/05/20 43: 2014/02/13 51: C10G 71: EXXONMOBIL CHEMICAL PATENTS INC. 72: TOSIN, Geraldine, VAN DRIESSCHE, Eddy, T., HAMILTON, Paul, MATHYS, Georges, M. K., JANSSEN, Marcel, J., PUTTEMANS, Marc, P., H. 33: US 31: 61/420,602 32: 2010/12/07 33: EP 31: 11152926.9 32: 2011/02/01 54: PROCESSES UTILIZING SOLVENT EXTRACTION 00: Process for removing nitriles and/or pyrroles from a feedstream, the process comprising contacting at least one feedstream comprising olefins, paraffins, an at least one of a nitrile and a pyrrole with at least one solvent and removing at least a portion of the nitrile and the pyrrole with at least one feedstream and contacting of treated feedstream with a catalyst under oligomerization conditions to produce oligomers. 21: 2013/03650 22: 2013/05/20 43: 2014/02/13 51: F23D 71: SHELL INTERNATIONALE RESEARCH MAATSCHAPPIJ B.V. 72: DISSELHORST, Johannes, Hermanus, Maria, DE JONG, Johannes, Cornelis 33: EP 31: 10193305.9 32: 2010/12/01 54: BURNER 00: The invention is directed to a burner comprising (a) a burner pipe, (b) mixing means arranged in the burner pipe for mixing an oxygen-containing gas and a fuel gas and for discharging the resulting gas mixture within the burner pipe; and (c) stabilising means downstream of the mixing means in the

21: 2013/03657 22: 2013/05/20 43: 2014/02/13 51: A61K, C07K 71: CovX Technologies Ireland Limited, Pfizer Inc. 72: ISHINO, Tetsuya, PALANKI, Moorthy Sitharamaiah Suriyanarayana, VIOLAND, Bernard Norman, DAS, Tapan Kanti, HODGE, Tamara Shafer, LEVIN, Nancy Jane, PARSONS, Erin Kristen 33: US 31: 61/410,715 32: 2010/11/05 54: ANTI-DIABETIC COMPOUNDS 00: The present invention provides a FGF21 molecule covalently attached to the combining site of an antibody via a linker, wherein the linker is covalently attached to the side chain of a linking residue within FGF21. Various uses of the compounds are provided, including methods to prevent or treat diabetes or diabetes-related conditions. 21: 2013/03665 22: 2013/05/20 43: 2014/02/11 51: F28B, F28F 71: SPX Cooling Technologies, Inc. 72: VOUCHE, Michel, DELEPLANQUE, Christophe, FAUCONNIER, Fabien 33: US 31: 13/478,827 32: 2012/05/23 54: MODULAR AIR COOLED CONDENSER APPARATUS AND METHOD 00: The present invention relates to a mechanical draft cooling tower that employs air cooled condenser modules. The aforementioned cooling tower operates by mechanical draft and achieves the exchange of heat between two fluids such as atmospheric air, ordinarily, and another fluid which is usually steam. The aforementioned cooling tower utilizes a modular air cooled condenser concept wherein the air cooled condensers utilize heat exchange deltas that use tube bundles that are

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manufactured and assembled prior to being shipped to the tower site.

21: 2013/03672 22: 2013/05/21 43: 2014/02/25 51: F16S; E04H 71: KRUGER, Johan 72: KRUGER, Johan 54: A FUNERAL PLATFORM 00: A funeral platform which includes a modular structure with an aperture formed in an upper surface and support members which support the structure above a ground surface, wherein, in use, the structure is erected over existing graves, in a graveyard, to provide standing space for a cortge, congregated at a committal service.

21: 2013/03674 22: 2013/05/17 43: 2014/02/11 51: F27B, F27D 71: SHANTOU HUAXING METALLURGICAL EQUIPMENT CO., LTD. 72: Chen Gang, MA Bester, Xu Lingshun, Yang Xiangdong, Zhong Ming, Chen Mingjiong 33: CN 31: 201210206065.2 32: 2012/06/20 54: WATER COOLED COPPER PANELS OF ELECTRIC FURNACE 00: The invention provides a water cooled copper panel assembly for an electric furnace gas duct which includes at least two copper plates, with each copper plate having at least one internal water channel. A water inlet and water outlet are provided on an outside surface of each copper plate which have at least two spaced apart water channels connected by a cross-passage. The water channels and/or crosspassages are provided by drilling from an edge of a copper plate and plugging the drill hole or holes at the edge of the copper plate. The water cooled panel assembly comprises a plurality of copper plates are connected to provide an enclosed sidewall section of a gas duct. The copper plates are preferably deoxidized copper plates. The water channels may be of circular cross-section or of overlapping circular cross-section provided by overlapping drill holes of the same or different diameter.

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21: 2013/03686 22: 2013/05/21 43: 2014/02/11 51: A61M 71: GRAMAGE PIA, Ma. Lourdes 72: GRAMAGE PIA, Ma. Lourdes 54: SINGLE-USE SYRINGE 00: Single-use syringe in which the barrel has walls of variable thickness in the cross section thereof but walls of constant thickness longitudinally. The barrel is cylindrical, with a circular end wall externally, and, within, the chamber for the injectable liquid has different forms. The barrel furthermore has, on the inner walls thereof, an upper groove and a lower groove close to the end of the barrel where the needle is located. A close-fitting plunger with longitudinal fins, each with a constant height along the entire length thereof, slides inside the barrel. 21: 2013/03702 22: 2013/05/21 43: 2014/02/13 51: B62J, B62K 71: Honda Motor Co., Ltd. 72: SHIMOJI, Tomotake, MAEDA, Tadamasa 33: JP 31: 2010-270941 32: 2010/12/03 54: STRADDLE-TYPE VEHICLE 00: A straddle-type vehicle (10) is provided with: a vehicle body frame (11); swing arms (15) swingably supported relative to the vehicle body frame (11) and rotatably supporting the rear wheel (13); cushion units (20) provided between the swing arms (15) and the vehicle body frame (11); and cover members (30) disposed above at least the rear wheel (13). Recesses (40) which are recessed toward the center of the vehicle body in the width direction of the vehicle body are provided in the portions of the cover members (30) at which the cushion units (20) and the vehicle frame (11) are connected. The

21: 2013/03709 22: 2013/05/22 43: 2014/03/13 51: E21C; B62D 71: JOY MM DELAWARE, INC. 72: O'NEILL, Michael L. 33: US 31: 61/651,761 32: 2012/05/25 54: CRAWLER TRACK 00: A crawler track includes a link and is driven in a direction of travel by a sprocket having a plurality of teeth. The link includes a pad, a first grouser, and a second grouser. The pad defines a first surface, a second surface opposite the first surface, a first end, and a second end spaced apart from the first end along the direction of travel. The pad defines at least one opening extending through the pad between the first surface and the second surface, and the opening is operable to receive a sprocket tooth. The first grouser is positioned on the first surface proximate the first end of the pad, while the second grouser is positioned on the first surface proximate the second end of the pad. The first grouser and the second grouser extend in a direction substantially perpendicular to the direction of travel of the track.

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21: 2013/03758 22: 2013/05/23 43: 2014/02/13 51: A61K, C07D 71: EXELIXIS, INC. 72: RICE, Kenneth, D. 33: US 31: 61/417,142 32: 2010/11/24 54: BENZOXAZEPINES AS INHIBITORS OF PI3K/MTOR AND METHODS OF THEIR USE AND MANUFACTURE 00: The invention is directed to inhibitors of PI3K and mTOR and pharmaceutically acceptable salts or solvates thereof, as well as methods of using them, wherein the inhibitors are of structural Formula I and pharmaceutically acceptable salts thereof, wherein the variables are as defined herein. 21: 2013/03721 22: 2013/05/22 43: 2014/02/13 51: A61K 71: NOVARTIS AG, DEBIOPHARM INTERNATIONAL SA 72: STOWASSER, Frank, GONCALVES, Elisabete, RAPP, Karin, TRUPP, Bjoern, CHABAUT, Sebastian, THORENS, Julien, SUTTER, Bertrand 33: US 31: 61/422,499 32: 2010/12/13 33: Int. Agreement & Protocol 31: PCT/IB2011/000319 32: 2011/02/18 33: Int. Agreement & Protocol 31: PCT/IB2011/000653 32: 2011/03/25 54: PHARMACEUTICAL COMPOSITIONS COMPRISING ALISPORIVIR 00: The invention provides lipid-based pharmaceutical compositions comprising alisporivir. 21: 2013/03757 22: 2013/05/23 43: 2014/02/13 51: A61K, C07D 71: EXELIXIS, INC. 72: RICE, Kenneth, D. 33: US 31: 61/417,140 32: 2010/11/24 54: BENZOXAZEPINES AS INHIBITORS OF MTOR AND METHODS OF THEIR USE AND MANUFACTURE 00: The invention is directed to inhibitors of mTOR and pharmaceutically acceptable salts or solvates thereof, as well as methods of using them. The inhibitors are generally of structural Formula (I) wherein the variables are as defined herein.

21: 2013/03789 22: 2013/05/24 43: 2014/02/11 51: B65D 71: RAZIBUZZ (PROPRIETARY) LIMITED 72: VAN WYK, THERESA-LYNETTE, PRINSLOO, JOACHIM JOHANNES 33: ZA 31: 2012/01652 32: 2012/02/29 54: CONTAINER HORN 00: This invention relates to a container, and more particularly to a horn-shaped container having at least one removable closure. The container comprises a hollow body which has a straight central axis and which tapers from a first, round, open end of larger diameter to a second, round, open end of smaller diameter. Sealing caps are releasably connected to the respective ends. The shape of the hollow body is such that with the first and second sealing caps disconnected from the ends of the body and the body emptied of its liquid contents, the body

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forms a horn adapted to generate sound when the second end is blown with an appropriate embouchure.

21: 2013/03790 22: 2013/05/24 43: 2014/02/13 51: A61K 71: S A NATURAL PRODUCTS (PROPRIETARY) LIMITED 72: SCHUTTE (DECEASED), IRMA STOFFELINA 33: ZA 31: 2012/03804 32: 2012/05/24 54: FORMULATION USEFUL FOR TREATING PAIN AND/OR INFLAMMATION 00: The invention provides for a herbal formulation comprising methylsulphonylmethane and herbal extracts or dilutions of Ledum palustre, Ruta graveolens and Hypericum perforatum. The herbal formulation is particularly useful fo the treatment of pain and inflammation. 21: 2013/03811 22: 2013/05/24 43: 2014/02/13 51: A61K, A61P, C07D 71: F. Hoffmann-La Roche AG 72: FLOHR, Alexander, GOBBI, Luca, GROEBKE ZBINDEN, Katrin, KOERNER, Matthias, PETERS, Jens-Uwe 33: EP 31: 10194014.6 32: 2010/12/07 54: TRIAZOLOPYRIDINE COMPOUNDS 00: The invention is concerned with triazolopyridine compounds of formula (I), wherein R1, R2 , R3 and R4 are as defined in the description and in the claims, as well as physiologically acceptable salts

21: 2013/03821 22: 2013/05/24 43: 2014/02/13 51: C07D, C07K 71: Onyx Pharmaceuticals, Inc. 72: KERSCHEN, James Alan, BRIDGES, Alexander James, CHOUBAL, Milind D., DALZIEL, Sean Mark, JACKS, Thomas Elliott, THOMPSON, Andrew S., ZELLER, James Robert 33: US 31: 61/459,952 32: 2010/12/22 54: EFFICIENT PEPTIDE COUPLINGS AND THEIR USE IN THE SYNTHESIS AND ISOLATION OF A CYCLOPENTA (G) QUINAZOLINE TRISODIUM SALT 00: A new method for the synthesis of L-Glutamyl-?-DGlutamic acid and its use in the synthesis of (2R)((4S)-carboxy-4-(4,N-(((6S)-2-(hydroxymethyl)-4oxo-3,4,7,8- tetrahydro-3H-cyclopenta[g]quinazolin6-yl)-N-(prop-2-ynyl)amino)benzamido) butanamido)pentanedioic acid, 1 are provided. Also provided is an efficient method for the isolation and purification of the trisodium salt of the abovementioned acid, 2, in a form suitable for long term storage and use in a parenteral dosing form. 21: 2013/03858 22: 2013/05/24 43: 2014/02/13 51: A61K, C07D 71: EXELIXIS, INC. 72: RICE, Kenneth, D., FOSTER, Paul 33: US 31: 61/417,122 32: 2010/11/24 54: BENZOXAZEPINES AS INHIBITORS OF P13K/MTOR AND METHODS OF THEIR USE AND MANUFACTURE 00: The invention is directed 10 Compound's of Formula I: and pharmaceutically acceptable salts or solvates thereof, as well as methods of making and using the compounds.

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21: 2013/03864 22: 2013/05/27 43: 2014/02/14 51: C23F, G02B, H01L 71: PPG INDUSTRIES OHIO INC. 72: MEDWICK, Paul A., ABBOTT, Edward E. 33: US 31: 12/964,125 32: 2010/12/09 54: CORROSION RESISTANT SOLAR MIRROR 00: A reflective article includes a transparent substrate having a first major surface and a second major surface. A base coat is formed over at least a portion of the second major surface. A primary reflective coating having at least one metallic layer is formed over at least a portion of the base coat. A protective coating is formed over at least a portion of the primary reflective coating. The article further includes a solar cell and an anode, with the solar cell connected to the metallic layer and the anode.

21: 2013/04089 22: 2013/06/04 43: 2014/02/13 51: H04B 71: SES Astra S.A. 72: BIEWER, Patrick, LATTANZI, Fabio, BOVE, Antonio, KIERSPEL, Ralf 33: EP 31: 10194188.8 32: 2010/12/08 54: SATELLITE COMMUNICATION SYSTEM WITH SUB-DISTRIBUTION ARCHITECTURE 00: A communication system (10) includes a backboneside transceiving device (12) connected to a terrestrial backbone (14), a remote transceiving device (16) connected to a set of subscriber communication devices (20) of a plurality of subscribers, and a satellite (18) to communicate with the backbone-side transceiving device (12) and a remote transceiving device (16). Data is transferred

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between the terrestrial backbone (14) and the set of subscriber communication devices (20) through the backbone transceiving device (12), the satellite (18), and the remote transceiving device (16). Both the backbone-side transceiving device (12) and the remote transceiving device (16) are configured for enforcing rules, on a per subscriber basis, on the traffic at these devices (12, 16). The invention also relates to communication devices, methods and computer programs used in the context of such a communication architecture.

21: 2013/04171 22: 2013/06/07 43: 2014/02/18 51: B44F; B44D; B44M; B42D 71: HI-YA MEDIA (PTY) LTD 72: MEIRING, Peter 33: ZA 31: 2012/04981 32: 2012/07/04 54: PRINTING METHOD 00: A printed product which includes a reflective substrate, an opaque white dot matrix over at least part of the substrate, and a colour image over at least part of the matrix.

21: 2013/04125 22: 2013/06/05 43: 2014/02/13 51: C01B, F02C, F04D, F25J, F28C 71: L'Air Liquide, Socit Anonyme pour l'Etude et l'Exploitation des Procds Georges Claude 72: DAVIDIAN, Benoit, TRANIER, Jean-Pierre 33: FR 31: 1060574 32: 2010/12/15 54: INTEGRATED METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR COMPRESSING AIR AND PRODUCING CARBON DIOXIDE-RICH FLUID 00: An apparatus for compressing air and producing a carbon dioxide-rich fluid comprises an air compressor (15), an element (7) for bringing the air bound for the air compressor into contact with water to produce humidified air (3) and cooled water (11), a pipe for sending the humidified compressed air from the air compressor to an installation (27) producing a carbon dioxide-rich gas (29, 37), a carbon dioxide-rich gas compressor (41) for compressing the carbon dioxide-rich gas, at least one heat exchanger (39) upstream of the carbon dioxide-rich gas compressor and pipes for conveying into it water cooled in the contact element and the carbon dioxide-rich gas.

21: 2013/04343 22: 2013/06/12 43: 2014/02/27 51: A61B 71: QIAN, Jianmin, HUANG, Xiujuan 72: QIAN, Jianmin 33: CN 31: 201010584868.2 32: 2010/12/13 54: SELF-SERVICE SURGICAL RETRACTOR 00: A self-service surgical retractor comprises a main rod (1), a locking sleeve (7), a locking operation rod (11), a locking sleeve (15) for a band folding device, the band folding device (17) and a hook plate (22).

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PATENT JOURNAL 71: QUICKROCK ENGINEERING PROPRIETARY LIMITED 72: du Preez, Stephen 33: ZA 31: 2013/02512 32: 2013/04/08 54: BOTTOM BRACKET ASSEMBLY 00: The invention provides for a bottom bracket assembly (10) which is receivable by a bottom bracket shell (12) of a bicycle frame. The bottom bracket assembly includes a bearing unit (14) which includes an elongate body (18) which defines an axially extending bore (20) and a spindle (16) which extends through the bore (20), the spindle (16) being adapted at opposite ends thereof to be connectable to a pair of cranks. The body (18) is of a selflubricating material. The invention extends to a bicycle which includes the bottom bracket assembly (10), to a method of installing the bottom bracket assembly (10) in a bottom bracket shell (12) of a bicycle frame, to a kit for a bearing unit (14) for a bottom bracket assembly (10) and to a bottom bracket assembly kit.

The locking sleeve (7) is sheathed on the lower part of the main rod (1) to form a dovetail groove. The locking operation rod (11) is screwed on the main rod (1) with threads. The locking sleeve (15) for the band folding device is screwed on the upper part of the main rod (1) and fixedly locks an inserting rod (18) of the band folding device (17) on the upper end of the main rod (1). The band folding device (17) is connected with the hook plate (22) by a traction band or a traction rope (21). This invention has advantages that the structure is simple, the production and use are convenient, and the cost is low.

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21: 2013/04650 22: 2013/06/21 43: 2014/02/21 51: A61F 71: Bentley InnoMed GmbH 72: OBRADOVIC, Milisav, BREGULLA, Rainer 33: DE 31: 10 2010 055 545.2 32: 2010/12/22 54: STENT GRAFT 00: The invention relates to a stent graft comprising a stent (1) having a plurality of ring segments (3) disposed adjacent to one another and connected to one another and at least one membrane (2) having at least one marginal ring segment (4) having a meandering web configuration, wherein web loops (5) which point inwards or outwards are cut in such a

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PATENT JOURNAL 71: TSUNEO KIDO 72: TSUNEO KIDO 33: US 31: 61/431.944 32: 2011/01/12, 54: CULTURE METHOD TO OBTAIN AND MAINTAIN A PURE OR ENRICHED POPULATION OF MAMMALIAN NEURAL STEM CELLS AND/OR NEURAL PROGENITOR CELLS THAT ARE PRONE TO DIFFERENTIATE INTO OLIGODENROCYTE-LINEAGE CELLS IN VITRO 00: 57: An isolated expandable human neural stem or progenitor cell wherein the cell is a progenitor cells or stem cell, maintains is capability to differentiate inro neurons, astrocytes, and oligondendrocytes, maintains its ability to differentiate into oligondedrocyte lineage cells efficiently throughout subsequent passages, and the cell expresses at least cell surface antigens CD133 and CD140a. Also provided is a method of in vitro culturing an expandable neural progenitor or stem cell isolated from a mammalian central nervous system, and the culture itself, wherein said cell maintains its capability to differentiate into neurons, astrocytes, and oligondedrocyte-lineage cells efficiently. In addition, a method treating a condition caused by a loss of myelin or a loss of oligodendrocytes is provided as is a composition comprising n isolated expandable neural stem cell or one cultured by the methods of the invention.

way as to produce spring tabs (6) which are disposed so that they engage positively in the web loops (5) and are resiliently movable against the web configuration, wherein the membrane (2) is gripped between the spring tabs (6) and the web.

21: 2013/04815 22: 2013/06/27 43: 2014/02/21 51: C12N 71: AbbVie Inc. 72: PLA, Itzcoatl A., MATUCK, Joseph C., FANN, John C., SCHULZ, Christof, ROY, Nicole A., BRUTON, David F., MCINTIRE, James, CHANG, Yu-Hsiang David, SEEWOESTER, Thomas 33: US 31: 60/845,158 32: 2006/09/13 54: CELL CULTURE IMPROVEMENTS 00: The invention describes improved methods and compositions for producing a recombinant protein, e.g., an antibody, in mammalian cell culture. In addition, the invention provides improved cell culture media, including improved production media, feed solutions, and combination feeds, which may be used to improve protein productivity in mammalian cell culture. 21: 2013/05135 22: 09/07/2013 43: 16/01/2014 51: C12N

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PATENT JOURNAL 51: B63B 71: AEROMARINE INNOVATIONS 72: DALEY CARL and JESS PETER EDMOND 33: CA 31: 2,728,819 32: 2011/01/18 54: FOIL STRUCTURE FOR PROVIDING BUOYANCY AND LIFT 00: 57: A foil structure for providing buoyancy and lift to a floating device is provided. The foil structure comprises an elongated left hand side floating device section and an elongated right hand side floating device section. The left hand side floating device section and the right hand side floating device section are placed at a predetermined distance to a longitudinal axis of the floating device and oriented substantially parallel thereto. A left hand side foil and a right hand side foil protrudes from the left hand side floating device section and the right hand side floating device section, respectively, towards a vertical plane through the longitudinal axis and is oriented at an acute angle to a horizontal plane. A leading edge of each foil intersects the respective floating device section in proximity to a bow portion thereof. Each foil extends along the respective floating device section and terminates in proximity to a stern portion thereof. Each foil has a top surface with a front portion thereof being angled downward towards the leading edge. The angled front portion is determined such that wave penetration is assisted and instabilities due to buoyancy change are substantially dampened. 21: 2013/05183 22: 2013/07/10 43: 2014/02/17 51: A62B, E04G 71: LATCHWAYS PLC 72: BISSETT, Timothy, NASH, David, BEALE, Richard 33: GB 31: 1101303.4 32: 2011/01/26 54: SAFETY LINE ANCHOR 00: An anchor arrangement for a safety line system is for use with a bracket to secure to a structure for mounting the safety line. The anchor arrangement either includes an alignment collar arranged to seat in a seat provided on the bracket, the alignment collar being able to seat in a plurality of different orientations with respect to the bracket; a resilient biasing means acting between the bracket and a reaction member provided as part of the anchor arrangement or a tension indicator for the safety line, which has a part of the bracket aligned adjacent and indicia zone on the anchor arrangement.

33: US 31: 61/431,944 32: 2011/01/12 33: US 31: 61/558,527 32: 2011/11/11 54: CULTURE METHOD TO OBTAIN AND MAINTAIN A PURE OR ENRICHED POPULATION OF MAMMALIAN NEURAL STEM CELLS AND/OR NEURAL PROGENITOR CELLS THAT ARE PRONE TO DIFFERENTIATE INTO OLIGODENDROCYTE-LINEAGE CELLS IN VITRO 00: An isolated expandable human neural stem or progenitor cell wherein the cell is a progenitor cells or stem cell, maintains its capability to differentiate into neurons, astrocytes, and oligodendrocytes, maintains its ability to differentiate into oligodendrocyte lineage cells efficiently throughout subsequent passages, and the cell expresses at least cell surface antigens CD133 and CD140a. Also provided is a method of in vitro culturing an expandable neural progenitor or stem cell isolated from a mammalian central nervous system, and the culture itself, wherein said cell maintains its capability to differentiate into neurons, astrocytes, and oligodendrocytes and its ability to differentiate into oligodendrocyte-lineage cells efficiently. In addition, a method of treating a condition caused by a loss of myelin or a loss of oligodendrocytes is provided as is a composition comprising an isolated expandable neural stem cell or one cultured by the methods of the invention.

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21: 2013/05187 22: 2013/07/10 43: 2014/02/12 51: E21B, E21F 71: TERRAVENT (PROPRIETARY) LIMITED 72: VAN SCHOOR, Martin John 33: ZA 31: 2012/06953 32: 2012/09/17 54: IMPROVED BRATTICE 00: This invention provides a brattice including a plurality of brattice panels, each brattice panel including at least one elongated pocket adapted to receive an elongated bladder. The or each elongated pocket and/or the or each elongated bladder may include a suitable closure means at the open end thereof.The or each elongated bladder may be adapted to receive a fluid or granular substance after being positioned within the or each elongated pocket. In this patent specification, the expression fluid or granular substance includes a substance such as water, or another suitable liquid, or alternatively a granular media such as sand, gravel, or small pebbles, or the like materials.The brattice may include a plurality of brattice panels located in sideby-side adjacent or overlapping fashion nesting either loosely or attached to each other.The aforementioned assembly of brattice panels may conveniently be adapted to be suspended from a suspension bracket or structure provided at or near a mine tunnel roof.This invention also provides a brattice suspended from a suspension bracket or structure in a mine tunnel, the brattice including a plurality of brattice panels, each being as described above or otherwise herein.

21: 2013/05250 22: 2013/07/12 43: 2014/03/27 51: F21S 8/02 (2006.01), F21V 25/12 (2006.01), F21V 29/00 (2006.01, F21V 15/01 (2006.01), F21V 21/04 (2006.01) 71: Aurora Limited 72: Andrew Johnson 33: GB 31: 1021482.3 32: 2010/12/17 54: IMPROVED DOWNLIGHTS 00: A ventilation cover (240) assembly for a downlight in which a can of the downlight includes ventilation holes, said cover assembly comprising: (i) attachment means (245,246) adapted to attach the ventilation cover over ventilation holes in a downlight can; (ii) cover means adapted to distance insulation material or the like away from the ventilation holes in a downlight can.

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PATENT JOURNAL The present compounds of formula I are modulators for amyloid beta and thus, they may be useful for the treatment or prevention of a disease associated with the deposition of -amyloid in the brain, in particular Alzheimers disease, and other diseases such as cerebral amyloid angiopathy, hereditary cerebral hemorrhage with amyloidosis, Dutch-type (HCHWAD), multi-infarct dementia, dementia pugilistica and Down syndrome.

21: 2013/05322 22: 2013/07/15 43: 2014/02/10 51: A61K, A61P, C07D 71: F. Hoffmann-La Roche AG 72: BAUMANN, Karlheinz, GREEN, Luke, LIMBERG, Anja, LUEBBERS, Thomas, THOMAS, Andrew 33: EP 31: 11156587.5 32: 2011/03/02 54: BRIDGED PIPERIDINE DERIVATIVES 00: The present invention relates to compounds of formula (l); hetaryl I is a five or six membered heteroaryl group, containing 1 to 3 heteroatoms, selected from S or N; hetaryl II is a six membered heteroaryl group, containing 1 to 3 heteroatoms, selected from S or N, or is a two membered ring system containing 1 to 4 heteroatoms selected from S, or N, wherein at least one ring is aromatic in nature; R1 is lower alkyl, lower alkoxy, lower alkyl substituted by halogen or halogen; R2 is lower alkyl, lower alkyl substituted by halogen, halogen, lower alkoxy, cycloalkyl substituted by lower alkyl or lower alkyl substituted by halogen, or is lower alkyl substituted by hydroxy, or is furyl, or is O-benzyl, (CH2)p-phenyl, optionally substituted by halogen, lower alkoxy, lower alkyl substituted by halogen, lower alkyl or by cyano; R3 is hydrogen or lower alkyl; Y is (CH2)n-, -CH2OCH2-, -CH2O-, CH2S-, CH2SCH2- and is bonded to two of the ring carbon atoms, bonding being to either the ring carbon atoms a and b or the ring carbon atoms c and d; p is 0 or 1; m is 0, 1 or 2; if m is 2 then R1 may be the same or different; -75- n is 2 or 3; o is 0, 1 or 2, if o is 2, then R2 may be the same or different; or to pharmaceutically active acid addition salts thereof.

21: 2013/05330 22: 2013/07/16 43: 2014/02/27 51: F03D 71: VORSTER, Rudolf Pieter 72: VORSTER, Rudolf Pieter, VORSTER, Quinton Rudolf 33: ZA 31: 2012/02745 32: 2012/07/16 54: METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR GENERATING ELECTRICITY 00: The invention relates to a method for generating electricity comprising locating a kinetic energy capturing member in the moving waste fluid exhaust supply of an apparatus which expels the fluid after use, and connecting the kinetic energy capturing member to a rotor of a generator to drive it for the generation of electricity by the generator. The invention also provides for apparatus for use in the exercise of the method.

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PATENT JOURNAL STANDARD ANTI-EPILEPTIC DRUG (SAED) IN THE TREATMENT OF EPILEPSY 00: The invention relates to the use of cannabidiol (CBD), at a dose of greater than 300mg/day, in combination with a standard anti-epileptic drug (SAED) which acts via sodium or calcium channels for use in the treatment of epilepsy.The SAED is preferably one which modifies low-threshold or transient neuronal calcium currents,or reduces high-frequency neuronal firing and sodiumdependent action potentials and enhances GABA effects. Preferred SAEDs are ethosuximide and valproate. 21: 2013/05516 22: 2013/07/22 43: 2014/02/27 51: G01C, G06Q 71: DE BEER, Deon 72: DE BEER, Deon 33: ZA 31: 2011/07676 32: 2012/04/20 54: DYNAMIC SCHEDULING METHOD 00: The invention provides a method of dynamically adjusting a scheduled starting time of an event in a calendar, implemented by a computing device configured to determine estimated arrival times for of at least some of the attendees of the event by calculating estimated travel times to an event venue for such attendees from their respective current locations, and adjusting the starting time of the event in the calendar to correspond with the latest of the calculated arrival times.

72: ACKERMAN, Gabriel Jozua, SWART, Willem Adriaan, DU PREEZ, Marcel James, DE JAGER, Philippus Rudolph, GOUWS, Cornelius 33: ZA 31: 2012/04236 32: 2012/06/08 54: A METHOD AND A SYSTEM OF ASSESSING DAMAGE TO A MOTOR VEHICLE 00: The invention provides a system 100 of assessing damage to a motor vehicle 103. The system 100 includes a communication arrangement 216 which receives an identifier of the motor vehicle 103 and a query image representative of an exterior of the motor vehicle 103. An interrogation module 210 interrogates a pre-populated database 204 of motor vehicle identifiers and associated vehicle reference images, in order to determine whether or not the identifier received in the identifiers matches a prepopulated identifier on the database 204. If the response is positive, the or each reference image associated with the vehicle identifier is retrieved. A damage detection module 212 compares the query image of the motor vehicle 103 with the reference image of the motor vehicle 103 in order to determine whether or not there are any discrepancies between the two images. Any discrepancy indicatives damage and conformity is an indication of no damage.

21: 2013/05508 22: 2013/07/19 43: 2014/02/05 51: A61K, A61P 71: GW Pharma Limited, Otsuka Pharmaceutical Co. Limited 72: WHALLEY, Benjamin, WILLIAMS, Claire, STEPHENS, Gary 33: GB 31: 1100043.7 32: 2011/01/04 54: USE OF THE PHYTOCANNABINOID CANNABIDIOL (CBD) IN COMBINATION WITH A

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PATENT JOURNAL to store thermal energy, said method comprising polymerization of the inorganic oxoacids using an external heat source. In a further aspect the invention provides a method to release thermal energy from said heat storage comprising an exothermic hydrolysation step of the inorganic oxoacids and/or its salt. If no cooling takes place between polymerization and the hydrolyzing step, one can create a heat pump. Such a heat pump might be extremely useful to upgrade waste heat from industry to a higher more valuable level. Using the methods and components of the present invention it is possible to store thermal energy at ambient circumstances in a transportable medium. As a consequence it allows converting a continuous heat generation process into a discontinuous and even dislocated consumption.

54: COMPOSITE MEMBRANES FOR MEMBRANE DISTILLATION AND RELATED METHODS OF MANUFACTURE 00: The present invention provides composite membranes for membrane distillation and related methods of manufacture. In particular, there is provided a composite hydrophilic/hydrophobic membrane comprising a hydrophilic polymer layer and a hydrophobic polymer layer comprising fluorinated surface-modifying macromolecules, wherein said composite membrane has a high vapour flux. There is also provided methods of manufacturing and optimizing the composite membranes and a membrane distillation system comprising the composite membranes.

21: 2013/05627 22: 2013/07/24 43: 2014/02/03 51: C09K, F28D 71: Technology for Renewable Energy Systems (TFRES) bvba, Universiteit Gent 72: DUCHEYNE, Wouter, STEVENS, Christian 33: GB 31: 1101337.2 32: 2011/01/26 54: METHODS AND COMPONENTS FOR THERMAL ENERGY STORAGE 00: This invention relates generally a method of thermal energy storage or heat pump using reversible chemical reactions. Within a reversible cycle, inorganic oxoacid compounds and/or their salts, oxoacids of either nitrogen, sulfur or phosphorus, or its corresponding salt, are hydrolysed and condensed or polymerized in order to release and capture heat. It is accordingly a first aspect of the present invention to provide the use of inorganic esters in a method of thermal energy storage, in particular using inorganic phosphoric acids and/or their salts. The invention further provides a method

21: 2013/05628 22: 2013/07/24 43: 2014/02/12 51: C07K 71: Cerenis Therapeutics Holding S.A. 72: DASSEUX, Jean-Louis, ONICIU, Daniela Carmen, ACKERMANN, Rose 33: US 31: 61/440,371 32: 2011/02/07 54: LIPOPROTEIN COMPLEXES AND MANUFACTURING AND USES THEREOF 00: The present disclosure relates to lipoprotein complexes and lipoprotein populations and their use in the treatment and/or prevention of dyslipidemic diseases, disorders, and/or conditions. The disclosure further relates to recombinant expression of apolipoproteins, purification of apolipoproteins, and production of lipoprotein complexes using thermal cycling-based methods.

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PATENT JOURNAL where the tab is disposed at an angle to the first layer.

21: 2013/05645 22: 2013/07/25 43: 2014/02/11 51: B65D 71: SANOFI-AVENTIS U.S. LLC 72: LIMBACK, Nancy, Gail 33: US 31: 13/029,572 32: 2011/02/17 54: MEDICAL PRODUCT PACKAGE 00: A package for accommodating, storing, displaying and transporting a medical product. The package has a body formed by a plurality of panels, and at least one of the panels has a first layer and a second layer. A tab is formed integrally with the first layer. The tab is pivotable via at least one hinge formed in the first layer from a first position substantially coplanar with the first layer to a second position

21: 2013/05683 22: 2013/07/26 43: 2014/02/05 51: A63B 71: BRANDT, Richard, A. 72: BRANDT, Richard, A. 33: US 31: 61/436,259 32: 2011/01/26 54: TENNIS RACKET AND METHOD 00: A tennis racket is provided that has a rectangular ball striking face with rounded corners. The racket is formed of a carbon fiber sandwich with light material mounted therebetween. A strip of carbon fiber is attached to the outer edge spanning the two carbon fiber top and bottom sheets. The rectangular frame is formed with outwardly bowed sides so as to be pulled into a straight sided configuration by the string tension. Locking grommets of various constructions are provided to hold the strings at predetermined tensions. Testing equipment and methods are provided for testing tennis rackets.

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PATENT JOURNAL employed in extreme and demanding climatic zones. This relates, for example, to the area of a highperformance solar cell as used in concentrating photovoltaics, and likewise to an absorber tube which finds use in concentrating solar thermal collector, for example in the context of parabolic trough technology. 21: 2013/05691 22: 2013/07/26 43: 2014/02/03 51: F24J, G02B, H01L 71: Evonik Rhm GmbH 72: ACKERMANN, Jochen, NUMRICH, Uwe, LAFONTAINE, Grant B., PASIERB, Michael Thomas, BAUMLER, Andrew J. 33: US 31: 61/437,170 32: 2011/01/28 33: EP 31: 11152497.1 32: 2011/01/28 54: NEW SOLAR CONCENTRATION DEVICES 00: The present invention relates to laminated solar concentration devices and to the production thereof from polymeric materials. The inventive solar concentration devices can be employed in photovoltaic systems or in solar thermal energy systems. The inventive solar concentration devices comprise Fresnel lenses and enable the efficient concentration of solar radiation onto objects such as solar cells or absorber units, irrespective of the geometry thereof. This relates, for example, to the area of a high-performance solar cell as used in concentrated photovoltaics (CPV), and equally to absorbers which are used in concentrated solar thermal energy systems (CSP). The invention in particular relates to the use of an UV- and weathering-stabilizer package for said laminated solar concentration devices, for improving optical lifetime and weathering resistance, and for preventing delamination. The invention further relates to a surface finish relevant to scratch resistance, antisoil properties, anti-reflection properties and chemicals resistance of the solar concentration device.

21: 2013/05690 22: 2013/07/26 43: 2014/02/03 51: B29C, B29D, F24J 71: Evonik Rhm GmbH 72: NUMRICH, Uwe, ARNDT, Thomas, BATTENHAUSEN, Peter, ACKERMANN, Jochen, OLBRICH, Michael 33: DE 31: 102011003311.4 32: 2011/01/28 33: US 31: 61/437,220 32: 2011/01/28 54: LONG-LIFE OPTICAL CONCENTRATOR BASED ON A SPECIFIC FRESNEL LENS PRODUCED FROM POLYMERIC MATERIALS FOR SOLAR POWER GENERATION 00: The present invention relates to a concentrator for focusing solar radiation, having surface structuring in the form of one or more Fresnel lenses on the lower side, and to the production thereof from polymeric materials by means of a specific extrusion process. The inventive concentrator can be employed in plants utilizable for photovoltaic or solar heating purposes, and has the required durability and performance in demanding climatic zones. The inventive concentrator enables particularly economic production and efficient concentration of solar radiation onto objects such as solar cells or absorber units, irrespective of the geometry thereof. The inventive concentrator has high longevity and combined with this - high optical performance when

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PATENT JOURNAL 54: SECURITY GATE 00: This invention relates to a security gate 10 to restrict unauthorised entry through an opening. The security gate 10 comprises a plurality of hollow elongate frame members 12.1 to 12.4 and a plurality of brackets 14 adapted to be fitted to ends of the hollow elongate frame members 12.1 to 12.4. The frame members 12.1 to 12.4 are arranged wherein first and second frame members 12.1 and 12.2 define a first opposed pair and third and fourth frame members 12.3 and 12.4 define a second opposed pair. The first and second opposed pairs form a rectangular frame 16. The security gate 10 also includes securing means in the form of elongate rods 18 that extend between the brackets 14 of each opposed pair. The elongate rods 18 are adapted to be tensioned to provide rigidity to the frame 16.

21: 2013/05738 22: 30/07/2013 43: 07/02/2014 51: A01H, C12N 71: COLORADO WHEAT RESEARCH FOUNDATION INC 72: VALDEZ VICTORIA ASHLEY, WESTRA PHILIP, HALEY SCOTT, OSTLIE MIKE 33: US 31: 61/438,294 32: 2011/02/01, 54: ACETYL CO-ENZYME A CARBOXYLASE HERBICIDE RESISTANT PLANTS 00: 57: The present invention provides for compositions and methods for producing crop plants that are resistant to herbicides. In particular, the present invention provides for wheat plants, plant tissues and plant seeds that contain altered acetyl-CoA carboxylase (ACCase) genes and proteins that are resistant to inhibition by herbicides that normally inhibit the activity of the ACCase protein. 21: 2013/05738 22: 30/07/2013 43: 07/02/2014 51: A01H, C12N 71: COLORADO WHEAT RESEARCH FOUNDATION INC 72: VALDEZ VICTORIA ASHLEY, WESTRA PHILIP, HALEY SCOTT, OSTLIE MIKE 33: US 31: 61/438,294 32: 2011/02/01, 54: ACETYL CO-ENZYME A CARBOXYLASE HERBICIDE RESISTANT PLANTS 00: 57: The present invention provides for compositions and methods for producing crop plants that are resistant to herbicides. In particular, the present invention provides for wheat plants, plant tissues and plant seeds that contain altered acetyl-CpA carboxylase (ACCase) genes and proteins that are resistant to inhibition by herbicides that normally inhibit the activity of the ACCase protein. 21: 2013/05741 22: 2013/07/30 43: 2014/02/11 51: E04H, E06B 71: VOGELSANG FAMILY TRUST 72: VOGELSANG, Henk, FANFONI, Vincent, Adolfo 33: ZA 31: 2012/05310 32: 2012/07/17

21: 2013/05742 22: 2013/07/30 43: 2014/02/10 51: E04H, E06B 71: VOGELSANG FAMILY TRUST 72: VOGELSANG, Henk, FANFONI, Vincent, Adolfo 33: ZA 31: 2012/05309 32: 2012/07/17 54: SECURITY BARRIER ARRANGEMENT 00: -

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PATENT JOURNAL regarding a configuration of the plant and a plurality of constraints regarding planned outages of the plant, optimizing the input data, and generating a maintenance plan with maximum equivalent output per a defined observation period regarding the plant.

This invention relates to a security barrier arrangement 10. The security barrier arrangement comprises a rigid security barrier frame 12 constructed from a plurality of elongate tubular frame members 12.1 to 12.4. A hole 14 extends through the first elongate tubular frame member 12.1. The security barrier arrangement further includes a first body 16 having a first bore 18 extending through it. The first body 16 is located in the first elongate tubular frame member 12.1 and orientated and positioned so that the first bore 18 is co-axially aligned with the hole 14. An elongate securing member 20 is positioned in the first bore 18 so that part thereof extends into a surrounding structure being an elongate support member 22 to secure the security barrier frame 12 to the elongate support member 22.

21: 2013/05759 22: 2013/07/30 43: 2014/02/07 51: G06Q 71: Siemens Aktiengesellschaft 72: MONTRONE, Francesco, SCHULTE, Robert, STREER, Wolfgang, SUTOR, Ariane 33: US 31: 13/028,304 32: 2011/02/16 54: METHOD AND COMPUTER PROGRAM PRODUCT FOR OPTIMIZATION OF MAINTENANCE PLANS 00: In accordance with the present invention, a method for optimization of maintenance plans for a plant is proposed, that comprises providing input data comprising at least one of a plurality of indicia

21: 2013/05760 22: 2013/07/30 43: 2014/02/10 51: B82B, B82Y, C01B 71: Baker Hughes Incorporated 72: CHAKRABORTY, Soma, AGRAWAL, Gaurav 33: US 31: 13/021,157 32: 2011/02/04 54: COMPOSITE MICRON DIAMOND PARTICLE AND METHOD OF MAKING 00: A composite particle is disclosed. The composite particle includes a micron diamond particle. The composite particle also includes a nanoparticle, the nanoparticle attached to a surface of the micron diamond particle by an attachment comprising a covalent bond or an intermolecular force, or a combination thereof. A method of making a composite particle is also disclosed. The method includes providing a micron diamond particle. The method also includes providing a nanoparticle and attaching the nanoparticle to a surface of the micron diamond particle by an attachment comprising a covalent bond or an intermolecular force, or a combination thereof.

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PATENT JOURNAL surfaces of which at least one is provided with a release layer (b) as outer layer based on at least one cured polysiloxane, a use of such a release film as detachable protective and covering film and also a roofing sheet provided with such a release film as detachable protective and covering film. 21: 2013/05794 22: 2013/07/31 43: 2014/02/06 51: E01C, E02B, E02D, F16L 71: Afitex International 72: DURKHEIM, Yves 33: FR 31: 1151079 32: 2011/02/10 54: SYSTEM, METHOD, CONNECTOR AND GEOCOMPOSITE FOR FLUID RECOVERY 00: The invention relates to a system, method, geocomposite and connector for fluid recovery in aggregates (S). The system is characterised in that it comprises: (i) at least one so-called barrier layer (5) having a permeability that blocks the passage of fluid (G, L) and having at least one geocomposite (2) disposed therebelow, said geocomposite comprising perforated mini-drains (23), and at least one socalled through layer (22) having a permeability that allows the passage of fluid (G, L); and (ii) connectors (4) arranged to connect the perforated mini-drains (23) to discharge pipes (3) that are connected to at least one pumping device (6), such that at least one fluid (G, L) present in the aggregates (S) can access the perforated mini-drains (23) and be discharged towards the pumping device (6).

21: 2013/05780 22: 31/07/2013 43: 31/01/2014 51: A61K, A61P 71: BAYER NEW ZEALAND LIMITED 72: ALAWI FADIL AL, NANJAN KARTHIGEYAN, LEECH WAYNE FREDERICK 33: NZ 31: 588686 32: 2011/01/20 54: INJECTABLE COMPOSITIONS FOR MASTITIS COMPRISING AN NSAID AND AN ANTIBIOTIC IN A NON-AQUEAOUS SOLVENT 00: 57: An injectable composition when used for the treatment of a microbial infection in a mammary gland of an animal, wherein the composition includes a) a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID); b) an antibiotic selected from the group consisting of a beta lactam antibiotic and macrolide antibiotic; characterised in that the composition includes a non-aqueous solvent, and the NSAID and antibiotic in the composition are dissolved in the non-aqueous solvent. 21: 2013/05792 22: 2013/07/31 43: 2014/02/06 51: B32B, G09F 71: Huhtamaki Films Germany GmbH & Co. KG 72: ENGELHARD, Heinz 33: DE 31: 10 2011 011 296.0 32: 2011/02/15 54: RELEASE FILM HAVING A ROUGH SURFACE STRUCTURE 00: The present invention relates to a release film having at least one layer (s) based on at least one thermoplastic polymer as matrix polymer, in which solid microparticles having a melting point which is at least 10C higher than that of the matrix polymer are present in a dispersed manner and of the

21: 2013/05796 22: 2013/07/31 43: 2014/02/05 51: A62D, B01J, B09C, C01B, C02F 71: The University of Surrey, The Forestry Commission 72: DE LEIJ, Franciscus Antonius Anna Maria, STRATFORD, James, SNEATH, Helen, HUTCHINGS, Tony 33: GB 31: 1101864.5 32: 2011/02/03 54: COMPOSITE ADSORBENT MATERIAL CONTAINING A POROUS CARBON MATRIX 00: The invention relates to composite adsorbent materials, and in particular, to highly porous carbon-

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based composite materials for the adsorption and stabilisation of inorganic substances. The composite adsorbent material comprises a porous carbon carrier matrix and an adsorbent species, wherein the adsorbent species is precipitated within the pores of the carrier matrix. The invention extends to various uses of such adsorbent materials, for example in water purification, recovery of metals from waste streams and remediation applications, and where the adsorbent material is amended into soil, waste etc. for the purpose of breaking pollutant-receptor linkages. 21: 2013/05797 22: 2013/07/31 43: 2014/01/31 51: C12N 71: Amyris, Inc. 72: ZHAO, Lishan, XU, Lan, WESTFALL, Patrick, MAIN, Andrew 33: US 31: 61/438,948 32: 2011/02/02 54: METHODS OF DEVELOPING TERPENE SYNTHASE VARIANTS 00: The present disclosure relates to methods of developing terpene synthase variants through engineered host cells. Particularly, the disclosure provides methods of developing terpene synthase variants with improved in vivo performance that are useful in the commercial production of terpene products. Further encompassed in the present disclosure are superior terpene synthase variants and host cells comprising such terpene synthase variants. 21: 2013/05798 22: 2013/07/31 43: 2014/02/06 51: B01D 71: Linde Aktiengesellschaft 72: SUCHAK, Naresh 33: US 31: 61/438,293 32: 2011/02/01 54: PROCESS FOR REMOVING CONTAMINANTS FROM GAS STREAMS 00: The present invention provides for process for inhibiting the levels of nitrogen oxides in process gas streams from sulfuric acid regeneration and sulfuric acid production plants. Partial oxidation of the nitrogen oxides is achieved by feeding a sub stoichiometric amount of ozone as to nitrogen oxides to the process gas stream. 21: 2013/05811 22: 2013/08/01 43: 2014/03/03 51: A61K, A61Q, C07K 71: MERZ PHARMA GmbH & CO. KGaA 72: POOTH, Rainer, BARG, Heiko 33: EP 31: 11156450.6 32: 2011/03/01 33: US 31: 61/447,726 32: 2011/03/01 54: COMPOSITION COMPRISING PEROXISOME PROLIFERATOR-ACTIVATED RECEPTORGAMMA (PPAR) 00: An injectable composition comprising peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor-gamma for subcutaneous administration and a method for improving imperfections of the skin, wherein the injectable composition is subcutaneously administered at the area of skin imperfections comprising the steps: a) identifying an area of skin imperfections, b) administering a safe and cosmetically effective amount of the composition subcutaneously to the area of skin imperfections. 21: 2013/05812 22: 2013/08/01 43: 2014/02/03 51: A61K, A61P 71: ALLERGAN, INC. 72: SALAMEH, Adnan, K., GIYANANI, Jaya, PUJARA, Chetan, P., TROGDEN, John, T., GORE, Anuradha, V. 33: US 31: 61/436,274 32: 2011/01/26 54: ANDROGEN COMPOSITION FOR TREATING AN OPTHALMIC CONDITION 00: The disclosure provides compositions for treating an ocular condition. The composition comprises a physiologically effective amount of an androgen, wherein the composition is suitable for topical administration to an eye. The disclosure further provides methods for treating an ocular condition with the disclosed compositions. 21: 2013/05815 22: 2013/08/01 43: 2014/02/03 51: B63B; B63C 71: RES MARINA S.R.L. 72: BUFFA, ENRICO 33: IT 31: RN2012A000041 32: 2012/08/02

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PATENT JOURNAL 54: METHOD FOR PRODUCING THE PENTANARY COMPOUND SEMICONDUCTOR CZTSSE, AND THIN-FILM SOLAR CELL 00: The invention relates to a method for producing a compound semiconductor composed of pentanary kesterite/stannite of the type Cu2ZnSn (S, Se)4, which comprises the following steps: producing at least one precursor layer stack, consisting of a first precursor layer and a second precursor layer, wherein, in a first stage, the first precursor layer is produced by depositing the metals copper, zinc and tin onto a body, and, in a second stage, the second precursor layer is produced by depositing the chalcogens sulphur and/or selenium on the first precursor layer; thermally treating the at least one precursor layer stack in a process chamber in such a way that the metals of the first precursor layer and the at least one chalcogen of the second precursor layer are reactively converted into the compound semiconductor; feeding at least one process gas into the process chamber during the thermal treatment of the at least one precursor layer stack, wherein, if the second precursor layer contains a chalcogen, selected from sulphur and selenium, the process gas contains the respective other chalcogen and/or a compound containing the respective other chalcogen, or, if the second precursor layer contains the two chalcogens sulphur and selenium, the process gas contains sulphur and/or selenium and/or a sulphur-containing compound and/or a selenium-containing compound. Furthermore, the invention relates to a thin-film solar cell comprising an absorber consisting of the pentanary compound semiconductor Cu2ZnSn (S, Se)4 on a body, wherein the absorber has a predeterminable sulphur depth profile of various configurations from a semiconductor surface towards a body interface.

54: HYPERBARIC EVACUATION SYSTEM FOR DIVERS AND HYPERBARIC CHAMBER FOR EVACUATING DIVERS 00: A hyperbaric evacuation system for divers, comprising a hyperbaric chamber (8) extending along a respective main direction (A) between a first end portion (8a) and a second end portion (8b), wherein the hyperbaric chamber (8) comprises at least one hatch (11) communicating with a hyperbaric accommodation (3) of the divers, and a supporting structure (12) associated with the hyperbaric chamber (8) to support it. The supporting structure (12) comprises at least one guid member (13) slidably associated with the hyperbaric chamber (8) and extending parallel to it to guide a sliding of the hyperbaric chamber (8) itself along the respective main direction (A), wherein the guid member (13) has at least one inclined operating position in which it keeps the first end portion (8a) of the hyperbaric chamber (8) at a lower level than the second end portion (8b) so as to guide a dive of the hyperbaric chamber (8) from the supporting structure (12) towards the water surface (P).

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PATENT JOURNAL Embodiments relate to Rifaximin polymorphic, salt, and hydrate forms, methods of producing polymorphic forms and to their use in medicinal preparations and to therapeutic methods using them.

21: 2013/05822 22: 2013/08/01 43: 2014/02/06 51: G01M, G01N 71: Bridgestone Americas Tire Operations, LLC 72: YURJEVICH, Martin A., STALNAKER, David O. 33: US 31: 13/025,240 32: 2011/02/11 54: TIRE CHIP AND TEAR TEST APPARATUS AND METHOD 00: A tire testing apparatus that includes a test drum and at least one tire station. The test drum has an outer radial surface and a plurality of sectioned plates having outer radial test surfaces, wherein the plurality of sectioned plates mount on the outer radial surface of the test drum. The tire testing apparatus further includes at least one tire station having a selected tire with a tread, wherein the tread of the selected tire presses against the outer radial test surface of the plurality of sectional plates, and wherein the at least one tire station applies a force against the tread of the selected tire. Further, a tire testing method includes providing a selected tire having a circumferential tread and moving the selected tire against a rotating test drum having a plurality of sectional plates having a test surface. Further, the method includes maintaining contact between the selected tire and the plurality of sectional plates for a selected period of time, moving the selected tire away from the test drum, and evaluating the tread for wear.

21: 2013/05824 22: 2013/08/01 43: 2014/02/12 51: A01N 71: Salix Pharmaceuticals, Ltd. 72: PARENT, Stephan, McQUEEN, Lisa, ANDRES, Patricia, SCHIELDS, Paul, WU, Yiduo, DING, Fei, SMIT, Jared P. 33: US 31: 61/441,902 32: 2011/02/11 54: FORMS OF RIFAXIMIN AND USES THEREOF 00: -

21: 2013/05825 22: 2013/08/01 43: 2014/02/07 51: B60G, B60N, B60P, B60R, B62D 71: Polaris Industries Inc. 72: KINSMAN, Anthony J. 33: US 31: 61/442,071 32: 2011/02/11 54: SIDE BY SIDE ALL TERRAIN VEHICLE 00: A side by side vehicle (2) is disclosed having a vehicle frame (4) having frame tubes (60) extending from a front to a rear. A vehicle seat frame (90) is positioned in a mid portion of the frame, and positions a seat at a raised position relative to the frame tubes. A powertrain (150, 152) is positioned rearward of the vehicle seat frame and is coupled to the vehicle frame. Side by side seats (32, 34, 36)are supported by the seat frame; and one or more storage units (310, 312, 314) are positioned under the side by side seats. The side by side vehicle also has a rear suspension (200) comprising at least one rear alignment arm (202, 204) coupled to each side of a rear of the vehicle frame, where the alignment arms are coupled to the vehicle frame at front (206)and rear (208) connection points. A distance between the front connection points (W1) is greater than a distance between the rear connection points

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(W2), and at least a portion of the powertrain (150, 152) is positioned between the front connection points (206) of the alignment arms.

21: 2013/05826 22: 2013/08/01 43: 2014/02/06 51: A61K, A61P, C07C, C07D 71: Theravance, Inc. 72: FLEURY, Melissa, GENDRON, Roland, HUGHES, Adam D. 33: US 31: 61/443,827 32: 2011/02/17 54: SUBSTITUTED AMINOBUTYRIC DERIVATIVES AS NEPRILYSIN INHIBITORS 00: In one aspect, the invention relates to compounds having the formula: (I) where R1-R6, a, b, Z, and X are as defined in the specification, or a pharmaceutically acceptable salt thereof. These compounds have neprilysin inhibition activity. In another aspect, the invention relates to pharmaceutical compositions comprising such compounds; methods of using such compounds; and processes and intermediates for preparing such compounds.

21: 2013/05838 22: 02/08/2013 43: 25/02/2014 51: H01H 71: TIEMAN ESPAG 72: SAAIMAN ISAK BARTHLOMEUS and ESPAG TIELMAN 33: ZA 31: 2012/04990 32: 2012/07/04 54: A UNIT FOR SWITCHING AND MONITORING THE ELECTRICAL POWER TO AN ELECTRICAL DEVICE 00: 57: The invention provides for a unit for remotely switching and monitoring the status of a load, the unit including a PC board, a power adaptor, a high current relay switch and at least two interlocked relays for contactor switching control, wherein the unit is directly connectable to an electrical power source and is configurable to permit either the high current relay to switch a current load of at least 30Amps, alternatively the interlocked relays to switch a contactor or the simultaneous switching of the high current relay and the interlocked relays and wherein the unit is configured to receive a remote input signal and send an output signal, the input signal configured to switch any aforementioned relay thereby disrupting or permitting the supply of electrical power to the load and wherein the output signal is configured to notify the user of a change of the status of the load or the supply of power thereto.

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PATENT JOURNAL depending on the relative axial position of the carrier (7) and the chassis (2), - a plunger release mechanism (27) arranged for releasing the plunger (9) for injection when the carrier (7) has at least almost reached an extended proximal position, - a detent mechanism (18) arranged for coupling the chassis (2) to the carrier (7) for joint axial translation relative to the case (12), wherein the detent mechanism (18) is arranged to decouple the chassis (2) from the carrier (7) upon actuation of the trigger button (13) thus allowing the carrier (7) to move relative to the chassis (2) so as to cause the needle extension control mechanism (24) to switch the proximal end of the control spring (19) to the carrier (7) for needle extension, a syringe retraction control mechanism (25) arranged for coupling a distal end of the control spring (19) to either the carrier (7) for needle retraction or to the case (12) otherwise.

21: 2013/05842 22: 2013/08/02 43: 2014/02/14 51: A61M 71: SANOFI-AVENTIS DEUTSCHLAND GMBH 72: BURNELL, Rosie, BRERETON, Simon, Francis, EKMAN, Matthew, KEMP, Thomas 33: EP 31: 11155032.3 32: 2011/02/18 33: US 31: 61/445,610 32: 2011/02/23 54: AUTO-INJECTOR 00: The invention refers to an auto-injector (1) for administering a dose of a liquid medicament (M), comprising: - a tubular chassis (2) telescopable in a tubular case (12), - a carrier subassembly comprising a tubular carrier (7) slidably arranged relative to the chassis (2) inside the case (12), the carrier (7) adapted to contain a syringe (3) with a hollow injection needle (4), a drive spring (8) and a plunger (9) for forwarding load of the drive spring (8) to a stopper (6) of the syringe (3), wherein the syringe (3) is lockable for joint axial translation with the carrier (7), - a trigger button (13) arranged distally or laterally in or on the case (12), - a control spring (19) arranged around the carrier (7), - a needle extension control mechanism (24) for coupling a proximal end of the control spring (19) to either the carrier (7) for advancing it for needle extension or to the chassis (2) for needle retraction

21: 2013/05843 22: 2013/08/02 43: 2014/02/07 51: A61M 71: SANOFI-AVENTIS DEUTSCHLAND GMBH 72: KEMP, Thomas, BURNELL, Rosie, BRERETON, Simon, Francis, EKMAN, Matthew 33: EP 31: 11155037.2 32: 2011/02/18 54: AUTO-INJECTOR 00: The invention relates to an auto-injector (1) for administering a dose of a liquid medicament (M), comprising: a tubular chassis (2), a carrier subassembly comprising a tubular carrier (7) slidably arranged partially inside the chassis (2), the carrier (7) adapted to contain a syringe (3) with a hollow injection needle (4), a drive spring (8) and a plunger (9) for forwarding load of the drive spring (8) to a stopper (6) of the syringe (3), wherein the syringe (3) is lockable for joint axial translation with the carrier (7), a control spring (19) arranged around the carrier (7), a needle insertion control mechanism (24) for coupling a proximal end of the control spring (19) to either the carrier (7) for advancing it for needle

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PATENT JOURNAL The invention relates to a catalyst including an amorphous alumina support, C1-C4 dialkyl succinate, citric acid and optionally acetic acid, phosphorus, and a hydro-dehydrogenating function including at least one group VIII element and at least one group VIB element, a catalyst, the Raman spectrum of which includes the most intense bands characteristic of the Keggin heteropolyanions (974 and/or 990 cm-1), of C1-C4 dialkyl succinate, and of citric acid (particularly, 785 and 956 cm-1). The invention also relates to the method for preparing said catalyst in which a catalytic precursor in the dried, calcined, or reclaimed state and containing the elements of the hyro-dehydrogenation function, and optionally phosphorus, is impregnated with an impregnation solution including at least one C1-C4 dialkyl succinate, citric acid, and optionally at least one phosphorus compound and optionally acetic acid, and is then dried. The invention also relates to the use of said catalyst in any hydrotreatment process. 21: 2013/05848 22: 2013/08/02 43: 2014/02/03 51: B65D 71: GUALA CLOSURES PATENTS B.V. 72: GIOVANNINI, MARCO, VIALE, LUCA 54: CLOSURE FOR CONTAINERS PROVIDED WITH A THREADED NECK 00: The present invention relates to a closure (3), preferably for containers (100) which have a standard threaded neck (101), which comprises a metal cap (4) to prevent liquid from escaping from the container (100), a metal sleeve (5) and a polymer ring (6) which are coaxial relative to the latter, wherein the polymer ring (6) comprises a first portion (65) which has a diameter D1, a second portion (66) which has a diameter D2<D1 and a third portion (67) which has a diameter substantially equal to diameter D1. The metal cap (4) comprises an end portion (41) which is disposed around the first portion (65) before the initial opening takes place, the closure (3) being able, during the initial opening, to allow said end portion (41) to pass over the first portion (65). The metal sleeve (5) comprises an end portion (51) which is disposed around said third portion (67) of the polymer ring (6) which is housed inside an annular channel (512) provided in the end portion (51) of the metal sleeve (5) with a radial stop surface (671) axially facing an opposed radial stop surface of the end portion (51) of the metal sleeve (5) without any substantial gap there between.

insertion or to the chassis (2) for needle retraction depending on the relative axial position of the carrier (7) and the chassis (2), wherein the needle insertion control mechanism (24) comprises a first collar (20) biased by the control spring in a proximal direction (P), wherein at least one resilient beam (20.1) is proximally arranged on the first collar (20), wherein respective recesses are arranged in the carrier (7) and case (2), wherein a transversal extension of a head of the resilient beam (20.1) is wider than a gap between the carrier (7) and the chassis (2) causing the head of the resilient beam (20.1) to abut a distal face on the recess in the chassis (2) while being prevented from deflecting in an inward direction (I) by the carrier (7) or to abut a distal face on the recess in the carrier (7) while being prevented from deflecting in an outward direction (O) by the chassis (2) thereby forwarding load from the control spring (19) to the carrier (7) for needle insertion, wherein the resilient beam (20.1) is arranged to be switched between the chassis (2) and the carrier (7) by ramped engagement of the head to the distal faces under load of the control spring (19) depending on the relative longitudinal position between the chassis (2) and the carrier (7).

21: 2013/05844 22: 2013/08/02 43: 2014/02/07 51: B01J, C10G 71: TOTAL RAFFINAGE MARKETING, IFP ENERGIES NOUVELLES 72: DATH, Jean -Pierre, MINOUX, Delphine, GUICHARD, Bertrand, DE GRANDI, Valentina, SIMON, Laurent 33: EP 31: 11/00.840 32: 2011/03/18 54: CATALYST WHICH CAN BE USED IN HYDROTREATMENT AND WHICH INCLUDES GROUP VIII METALS AND GROUP VIB METALS, AND PREPARATION THEREOF USING CITRIC ACID AND C1-C4 DIALKYL SUCCINATE 00: -

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PATENT JOURNAL 54: POLYCRYSTALLINE COMPACTS HAVING DIFFERING REGIONS THEREIN, CUTTING ELEMENTS AND EARTH-BORING TOOLS INCLUDING SUCH COMPACTS, AND METHODS OF FORMING SUCH COMPACTS 00: Polycrystalline compacts include a hard polycrystalline material comprising first and second regions. The first region comprises a first plurality of grains of hard material having a first average grain size, and a second plurality of grains of hard material having a second average grain size smaller than the first average grain size. The first region comprises catalyst material disposed in interstitial spaces between inter-bonded grains of hard material. Such interstitial spaces between grains of the hard material in the second region are at least substantially free of catalyst material. In some embodiments, the first region comprises a plurality of nanograins of the hard material. Cutting elements and earth-boring tools include such polycrystalline compacts. Methods of forming such polycrystalline compacts include removing catalyst material from interstitial spaces within a second region of a polycrystalline compact without entirely removing catalyst material from interstitial spaces within a first region of the compact.

21: 2013/05853 22: 2013/08/02 43: 2014/02/03 51: A61F, B29C 71: The Manchester Metropolitan University 72: GREEN, Lewis, FRIPP, Thomas George, GILL, Lesley Elizabeth 33: GB 31: 1100081.7 32: 2011/01/05 54: ARTIFICIAL EYES AND MANUFACTURE THEREOF 00: A method of manufacturing an artificial eye (10) for fitting as a whole or partial replacement of a patient's original eye, the method comprising the steps of: a) providing a digitally acquired image (22) of an iris; and b) transferring the image to a substrate comprising at least the frontal region of an artificial eye.

21: 2013/05854 22: 2013/08/02 43: 2014/02/07 51: B22F, E21B 71: Baker Hughes Incorporated 72: SCOTT, Danny E., DIGIOVANNI, Anthony A. 33: US 31: 13/010,620 32: 2011/01/20

21: 2013/05855 22: 2013/08/02 43: 2014/02/12 51: B02C 71: FLSmidth A/S 72: EUCULANO, Jason S., BURYNSKI, Raymond M. 33: US 31: 61/445,584 32: 2011/02/23 54: CRUSHING ROLLER 00: -

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Described is a roller for crushing of particulate material, such as crude ore for use in the mineral industry, where the roller body is provided with a roller shell having a plurality of individual wear segments. The roller shell is characterized in that adjacent wear segments have complementary sides and in that a number of the wear segments, prior to mounting of the remaining wear segments, are initially fixed to the roller body in order to provide guiding and fixation for the remaining wear segments which are wedged-in between the number of initially fixed wear segments.

21: 2013/05867 22: 2013/08/05 43: 2014/02/07 51: A61M 71: SANOFI-AVENTIS DEUTSCHLAND GMBH 72: EKMAN, Matthew, BURNELL, Rosie, BRERETON, Simon, Francis, KEMP, Thomas 33: EP 31: 11155039.8 32: 2011/02/18 54: AUTO-INJECTOR 00: The invention relates to an auto-injector (1) for administering a dose of a liquid medicament (M), comprising: - an elongate case (12) arranged to be held by a user, - a tubular chassis (2) telescopable in the case (12) and biased against the case (12) so as to protrude from the case (12), - a syringe (3) with a hollow injection needle (4), a drive spring (8) and a plunger (9) for forwarding load of the drive spring (8) to a stopper (6) of the syringe (3), - a trigger button (13) which is initially abutted against the case (12) thus preventing actuation, wherein the chassis (2) is arranged to translate into the case (12) against the bias when pressed against an injection site, wherein the trigger button (13) is at least initially coupled to the chassis (2) in such a manner that the trigger button (13) emerges from the case (12) when the chassis (2) is being pressed against the injection site

21: 2013/05868 22: 2013/08/05 43: 2014/02/06 51: A61M 71: SANOFI-AVENTIS DEUTSCHLAND GMBH 72: BRERETON, Simon, Francis, EKMAN, Matthew, KEMP, Thomas, BURNELL, Rosie 33: EP 31: 11155040.6 32: 2011/02/18 54: AUTO-INJECTOR 00: The invention refers to an auto-injector (1) for administering a dose of a liquid medicament (M), comprising: - a tubular chassis (2) telescopable in a tubular case (12), - a carrier subassembly comprising a tubular carrier (7) slidably arranged relative to the chassis (2) inside the case (12), the carrier (7) adapted to contain a syringe (3) with a hollow injection needle (4), a drive spring (8) and a plunger (9) for forwarding load of the drive spring (8) to a stopper (6) of the syringe (3), wherein the syringe (3) is lockable for joint axial translation with the carrier (7), - a control spring (19) arranged around the carrier (7) for translating the carrier (7) in a proximal direction (P) for insertion of the needle (4) through the chassis (2) into an injection site, wherein the control spring (19) is arranged to bias the case (12) against the chassis (2) in a distal direction (D) so as to extend the chassis (2) out of a proximal end (P) of the case (12), wherein an insertion depth of the needle (4) is defined by the carrier (7) abutting the chassis (2) in a predefined position, wherein the case (12) is arranged to release or allow release of the control spring (19) for needle insertion on translation of the case (12) in the proximal direction (P) relative to the chassis (2) against the bias into an advanced position.

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21: 2013/05874 22: 2013/08/05 43: 2014/02/05 51: B61L, G06Q, G08G 71: The Aqua Enterprise Company 72: YANO, Koichi 33: PCT 31: PCT/JP2011/050105 32: 2011/01/06 54: TRAVEL PROCESS PREDICTION SYSTEM, TRAVEL PROCESS PREDICITON APPARATUS AND TRAVEL PROCESS PREDICTION METHOD 00: A travel process prediction system, travel process prediction apparatus and ravel process prediction method are provided that serve to reliably predict time concerning travelling. An information acquiring apparatus 2 acquires, when a travel object such as a traveler travels with transportation, passage time at which the travel object passes through each passage point at a departure/arrival facility, transportation specifying information indicating transportation, situation information indicating a situation and so forth. The travel process prediction apparatus 1 stores the acquired information in an associated manner, and obtains a regression equation representing the relationship between items included in the transportation specifying information or situation information and passage time at a specific passage point through which the travel object passes, elapsed time while the travel object passes through two specific passage points or a result of comparison between the passage time and boarding completion time for transportation to be used. The travel process prediction apparatus 1 calculates a predicted value of future passage time, elapsed time or a result of comparison by substituting the content of the expected transportation specifying information or situation information for the regression equation.

21: 2013/05876 22: 2013/08/05 43: 2014/02/05 51: E21F, G08B 71: CRONJE, Willem 72: CRONJE, Willem 33: ZA 31: 2012/07834 32: 2012/10/18 54: AN ELECTRONIC EARLY WARNING DEVICE 00: This invention relates to an electronic early warning device 1 for warning against a potentially unstable roof in a mine. The device 1 includes a tube 2 which is insertable into and anchorable in a hole in the hanging wall, a second tubular member 3 which is slideably received within the tube 2 and which includes a circular cylindrical sleeve 4 and a crown 16 which includes a downwardly and outwardly diverging flange 5 connected to one end of the sleeve 4 and a third elongate member 6 which is slideably displaceable relative to the second member 3 and which includes a generally circular cylindrical pin 7 and a flexible limb 8. The device 1 further includes an electronic circuit 22 with an LED 23 and a switch 24 which is actuatable upon displacement of the pin 7 from a retracted position to an extended position.

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21: 2013/05878 22: 2013/08/06 43: 2014/02/10 51: E05C 71: GIDEON SCHOONBEE PRETORIUS 72: PRETORIUS, GIDEON SCHOONBEE 33: ZA 31: 2012/06509 32: 2012/08/29 54: SAFETY LOCK 00: A safety lock for enabling a closure member to be opened from the interior while remaining locked from the exterior, the safety lock comprising a sliding bolt assembly attachable to a closure member, the bolt assembly including a bolt located in a housing and slidable between a retracted position and an extended position and connected to a first handle located on one side of the closure member , and a second handle located on the other side of the closure member, sliding movement of the bolt by operation of the first handle being independent of the operation of the second handle, and align movement of the bolt by operation of the second handle requiring a co-operative movement of the first handle.

21: 2013/05900 22: 2013/08/06 43: 2014/02/06 51: A61M 71: SANOFI-AVENTIS DEUTSCHLAND GMBH 72: BRERETON, Simon, Francis, BURNELL, Rosie, EKMAN, Matthew, KEMP, Thomas 33: EP 31: 11155041.4 32: 2011/02/18 54: AUTO-INJECTOR 00: The invention relates to an auto-injector (1) for administering a dose of a liquid medicament (M), comprising: -an elongate tubular case (12), -a carrier subassembly comprising a tubular carrier (7) slidably arranged inside the case (12), the carrier (7) adapted to contain a syringe (3) with a hollow injection needle (4), a drive spring (8) and a plunger (9) for forwarding load of the drive spring (8) to a stopper (6) of the syringe (3), wherein the syringe (3) is lockable for joint axial translation with the carrier (7), wherein the drive spring (8) acts between the carrier (7) and the plunger (9), wherein the plunger (9) in an initial state is locked to the carrier (7) by a ramped engagement to the carrier (7) and by being prevented from rotating out of this ramped engagement depending on a relative longitudinal position of the carrier (7) in the case (12), wherein the plunger (9) is arranged to be released for rotating out of the ramped engagement upon the needle (4) reaching at least nearly a predefined injection depth on translation of the carrier (7) in the proximal direction (P) for advancing the needle (4) beyond a proximal end of the auto-injector (1).

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PATENT JOURNAL 54: METHOD TO DEVELOP HIGH OLEIC ACID SOYBEANS USING CONVENTIONAL SOYBEAN BREEDING TECHNIQUES 00: The present invention is directed to a soybean plant with mutations in FAD2-1 A and FAD2-1B. Moreover, the present invention is directed to seeds from said plants with altered ratios of monosaturated and polyunsaturated fats. In particular, the present invention is directed to plants where the plants exhibit elevated levels of oleic acid.

21: 2013/05901 22: 2013/08/06 43: 2014/02/06 51: A61B 71: SMITH & NEPHEW, INC. 72: TORRIE, Paul, Alexander 33: US 31: 13/027,003 32: 2011/02/14 54: METHOD AND DEVICE FOR SUTURE RETRIEVAL 00: The invention relates to a suture manipulation device. The suture manipulation device includes a body (302) and a snare (312). The snare is operatively connected to the body and is adapted to protract from die body, and after protracting from the body, rotate independent of the body. The snare is further adapted to ensnare a portion of suture (310) passed through tissue while rotating, and secure the portion of the suture.

21: 2013/05902 22: 2013/08/06 43: 2014/02/06 51: A01H 71: THE CURATORS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI, THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, 72: LEE, Jeong-Dong, PHAM, Tung, Anh, SHANNON, James, Grover, BILYEU, Kristin, D. 33: US 31: 61/433,120 32: 2011/01/14

21: 2013/05905 22: 2013/08/06 43: 2014/02/06 51: B64C 71: Epsilon Engineering Services (Pty) Ltd 72: TAYLOR, David John 33: ZA 31: 2012/05964 32: 2012/08/07 54: A HINGE ARRANGEMENT 00: This invention discloses a hinge arrangement for a composite blade of a winged craft, the composite blade including first and second pivot members which are pivotally displaceable relative to each other, the hinge arrangement comprising at least two releasably interlocked ears, a first of which is connectable, or connected, to the first pivot member while the second ear is connectable, or connected, to the second pivot member thereby to permit pivotal displacement of the first and second pivot members relative to each other, the ears being characterised in that the material of construction thereof is identical to the material of construction of the first and second pivot members. The invention extends to a method of folding and unfolding a composite blade of a winged craft.

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PATENT JOURNAL 21: 2013/05910 22: 2013/08/06 43: 2014/02/06 51: B01J, C11D 71: Firmenich SA 72: OUALI, Lahoussine, JACQUEMOND, Marlne 33: EP 31: 11153486.3 32: 2011/02/07 54: POLYUREA MICROCAPSULES 00: The present invention relates to polyurea core-shell microcapsules having a polyurea shell comprising the reaction product of a polyisocyanate with guanazole and an amino acid. The invention concerns the capsules themselves as well as perfuming compositions and perfumed articles containing them and a process for producing them. 21: 2013/05912 22: 2013/08/06 43: 2014/02/06 51: F03D 71: XEMC VWEC B.V. 72: VERSTEEGH, Cornelis Johannes Antonius, TREUR, Gerard Albert Jacobus 33: EP 31: 11000939.6 32: 2011/02/07 54: DIRECT DRIVE WIND TURBINE WITH SLIP RING 00: The invention relates to a direct-drive wind turbine comprising a tower with a nacelle, said nacelle being provided with a direct-drive generator and a rotatable hub carrying turbine blades, wherein the direct-drive generator comprises an outer stator and an inner rotor and has a first side facing the turbine blades and a second side facing away from the turbine blades, the nacelle further being provided with a slip ring for transferring power and/or signals from the nacelle to the rotatable hub, said slip ring being mounted coaxially with the centre line of the direct-drive generator. According to the invention, the slip ring is provided at the second side of the direct-drive generator and is mounted on a first arm, the slip ring further being provided with a second arm, wherein an end of said second arm distal to the slip ring is capable of being engaged by the rotor of the direct drive generator or shaft, wherein the assembly of first arm, slip ring and second arm may be at a first position in which the slip ring is aligned with the centre line of the direct drive generator and at a second position to provide access to the hub, wherein the direct-drive wind turbine is provided with a mounting support capable of guiding the assembly from a third position that is away from the second position to the first position. This allows for free access to the hub via the generator.

21: 2013/05908 22: 2013/08/06 43: 2014/02/12 51: B01D 71: Membrane Distillation Desalination Ltd. Co. 72: QTAISHAT, Moh'd Rasool, KHAYET, Mohamed, MATSUURA, Takeshi, ALMUTTIRI, Saad 33: PCT 31: PCT/CA2011/000093 32: 2011/01/24 54: COMPOSITE MIXED MATRIX MEMBRANES FOR MEMBRANE DISTILLATION AND RELATED METHODS OF MANUFACTURE 00: The present invention relates to a membrane distillation system comprising a flat-sheet composite mixed matrix hydrophilic/hydrophobic membrane having at least a hydrophilic layer and a hydrophobic layer. The hydrophilic layer comprises a hydrophilic polymer and inorganic nanoparticles having high thermal conductivity. The hydrophobic layer comprises fluorinated surface-modifying macromolecules (SMM). Also disclosed is a phase inversion method for manufacturing the membrane.

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21: 2013/05928 22: 2013/08/07 43: 2014/02/13 51: F25D 71: MARTINEZ AROCA, Jose Antonio 72: MARTINEZ AROCA, Jose Antonio 33: ES 31: P201100039 32: 2011/01/17 54: ELECTRICAL APPLIANCE THAT CAN ALSO BE USED IN INDUSTRY FOR COOLING OR FREEZING PRODUCTS WITH MAXIMUM SPEED 00: The invention relates to an electrical appliance (1) that can also be used in industry for cooling or freezing products with maximum speed, providing a novel and practical alternative for use and application, in that it can cool products in an accelerated manner, for example drinks or food, such that it only takes a few minutes. Said appliance comprises a novel double filtering system (26) for gas, incorporated into the electrical appliance (1), which, specifically arranged in the outlet end of the evaporating coil (13), generates up to eight times more speed during the periods of the cooling process, reducing the time of the cold cycle. The double filtering system (26) incorporated into the electrical appliance (1) mentioned in the patent to which we refer is essential for cooling with maximum speed.

21: 2013/05933 22: 2013/08/07 43: 2014/02/07 51: A61M 71: SANOFI-AVENTIS DEUTSCHLAND GMBH 72: EKMAN, Matthew, BRERETON, Simon, Francis, KEMP, Thomas, BURNELL, Rosie 33: EP 31: 11155042.2 32: 2011/02/18 54: AUTO-INJECTOR 00: The invention relates to an auto-injector (1) for administering a dose of a liquid medicament (M), comprising: - an elongate case (12) arranged to be held by a user, - a tubular chassis (2) telescoped in the case (12) and biased against the case (12) so as to protrude from the case (12), - a syringe (3) with a hollow injection needle (4), a drive spring (8) and a plunger (9) for forwarding load of the drive spring (8) to a stopper (6) of the syringe (3), - a trigger button (13) distally arranged in or on the case (12), wherein the trigger button (13) is initially coupled to the case (12) in a manner to protrude distally from the case (12) and interlocked to the chassis (2) in a manner preventing the trigger button (13) from disengaging the case (12) and thus preventing actuation of the trigger button (13) in an initial position, wherein the case (12) is arranged to translate in the proximal direction (P) against the bias relative to the chassis (2) when the chassis (2) is pressed against an injection site thereby also translating the trigger button (13) releasing the interlock to the chassis (2) so as to allow actuation of the trigger button (13), wherein the trigger button (13) is arranged to lock in a more proximal position on actuation.

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21: 2013/05934 22: 2013/08/07 43: 2014/02/10 51: B60P, B60R 71: CIMC SILVERGREEN GMBH 72: HELLENSCHMIDT, Dieter, ORTLIEB, Thomas, BAUKNECHT, Markus, SCHALLER, Jrgen, WANG, Wentao 33: DE 31: 102012215863.4 32: 2012/06/06 33: DE 31: 102012218762.6 32: 2012/10/15 33: EP 31: 13161573.4 32: 2013/03/28 54: APPARATUS FOR THE SECURING OF A LOAD 00: The invention relates to an apparatus for the securing of a load at a load bed, said load bed having at least one longitudinal groove including at least one undercut, said apparutus comprising a clamping mechanism, said clamping mechanism comprising an actuation element and an adapter element having at least one engagement means which can be guided into the longitudinal groove, where in the engagement means of the adapter element can be brought into engagement with the undercut of the longitudinal groove in a shapematched and force-transmitting manner by means of the actuation element.

21: 2013/05938 22: 2013/08/07 43: 2014/02/24 51: B29C 71: NIHON SHORYOKU KIKAI CO., LTD. 72: TANAKA, NORIO 33: CN 31: 201220391508.5 32: 2012/08/08 33: CN 31: 201220392133.4 32: 2012/08/08 54: DEBURRING TOOL AND DEBBURING APPARATUS 00: A deburring apparatus including a multi-joint robot provided in an inner upper space of a housing, a processing space provided in proximity to the multijoint robot, a swarf receiving hopper and a tray provided below the processing space, a cutting tool provided through a floating mechanism to any one site of an arm tip portion of the multi-joint robot and a neighborhood of the processing space, and a support mechanism that is provided to the other site, wherein the cutting tool is covered by a sleeve, the sleeve is partially cut out to have at least one cut-out portion through which a part of a cutting blade of the cutting tool is exposed, the cut-out portion is provided with a profiling portion that comes into contact with a profile surface of the surface of the workpiece, and the burr or the chamfer portion is cut out while the profiling portion profiles the profile surface fo the surface of the workpiece supported by the support by the support mechanism when the burr or the chamgfer portion is cut out with the cutting tool by operating the multi-joint robot.

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PATENT JOURNAL data container (325, 335) configured to store statistical data, so that each data container is indexed and is directly addressable from within the files hierarchically indexed; receiving (436) one or more input files (434) comprised of raw data and updating the data containers with the input files (434), which includes for each input file using one or more processor arranged for performing the steps of: identifying and extracting from the raw data at least one attribute to be analyzed through statistics and one or more input file parameters characterizing the attribute; creating at least an individual record (620) from the input file (434), each individual record (620) comprising at least an attribute and the one or more input file parameters characterizing said attribute; associating each input file parameter with at least an index field; establishing a correspondence between each input file parameter and a bin of the at least one index field associated to that input file parameter; identifying data containers indexed with the one or more bins that all correspond to an input file parameter of said individual record (620); incrementally updating the identified data containers (325, 335) with the at least one attribute of said individual records (620) to obtain statistical data describing the attribute.

21: 2013/05948 22: 2013/08/07 43: 2014/02/07 51: G06F 71: AMADEUS s.a.s. 72: NATH, Gourab 33: EP 31: 11305177.5 32: 2011/02/21 54: METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR PROVIDING STATISTICAL FROM A DATA WAREHOUSE 00: The invention relates to a method for providing statistical data from a data warehouse (410) involving one or more data storage means and one or more processor coupled to the data storage means characterized in that it comprises the steps of: defining a plurality of index fields (114) each index field accepting a plurality of index field values; creating a plurality of indexed files (432) and hierarchically indexing the files as trees of indexes (300) which includes, for each tree, the steps of: hierarchically ordering the index fields (201); defining bins, each bin being associated to an index field and gathering one or more index field values for that index field; creating indexes by concatenating one or more bins in compliance with the hierarchy of hierarchically ordered index fields to form a sequence of bins, an index comprising only one bin per index field; hierarchically indexing the files as trees of indexes (300), each index having zero or more children indexes or and having at most one parent index, so that each child index comprises the same sequence of bins as the index of its parent index plus at least an additional bin associated to an additional index field; providing each index with a

21: 2013/05955 22: 2013/08/07 43: 2014/02/13 51: H04W 71: Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 72: ZHAO, Yang, LUO, Chao, QIN, Jun 33: CN 31: 201110008622.5 32: 2011/01/14 54: CELL ENERGY-CONSERVING INFORMATION PROCESSING METHOD, NETWORK DEVICE, AND UE 00: -

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PATENT JOURNAL second chamber (12) comprising an intake orifice (20) for the auxiliary liquid and a delivery orifice (23) for the auxiliary liquid, this delivery orifice being connected by a pipe (26) to an injection chamber (S) situated downstream of the outlet of the dosimeter body.

Provided are a cell energy-conserving information processing method, a network device, and a UE. A cell energy-conserving information processing method comprises: a measurement mode notification information is generated, said notification information including an instruction message of measuring a neighboring cell using an energyconserving measurement mode (101); the measurement mode notification information is transmitted to a UE, so that the UE can measure the neighboring cell according to the instruction message (102). In embodiments of the present invention, a network device can instruct a UE to measure a cell using an energy-conserving measurement mode by transmitting a measurement mode notification information to the UE, thereby ensuring the UE to take accurate measurements on a neighboring cell, and thereby enabling the network device to perform effective mobile management on the UE according to the accurate measurements taken by the UE.

21: 2013/05956 22: 2013/08/07 43: 2014/02/07 51: F04B 71: Dosatron International 72: FURET, Sbastien, DUQUENNOY, Philippe, CHARRIERE, Christophe 33: FR 31: 10 59182 32: 2010/11/08 54: PROPORTIONAL DOSIMETER FOR METERING AN AUXILIARY LIQUID INTO A MAIN LIQUID 00: Proportional dosimeter comprising a metering body with a main liquid inlet (2) and an outlet (3), a hydraulic motor (4) housed in the body, actuated by the main liquid, and connected to a plunger piston (5) that moves in a first chamber (6), the piston plunger drawing in fluid in an outbound stroke, a check valve being provided to allow the liquid to pass to the interior volume of the body when the pressure in the first chamber exceeds a certain pressure, during the return stroke; the dosimeter comprises a second chamber (12) of variable volume bounded by a membrane (M) subjected to the pressure obtaining in the first chamber (6), the

21: 2013/05957 22: 2013/08/07 43: 2014/02/10 51: F04B, G01L 71: Dosatron International 72: LUCAS, Gregory, VACHER, David, CHARRIERE, Christophe 33: FR 31: 1058175 32: 2010/10/08 54: LIQUID METERING PUMP, AND DEVICE FOR DETECTING THE VARIATION IN PRESSURE FOR SUCH A PUMP 00: The invention relates to a liquid metering pump comprising an intake nozzle (2) provided with an intake valve (3) communicating with a working chamber (4) in which a piston (5) can be moved in

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PATENT JOURNAL A mains power adaptor (1) incorporating a fuel cell (5) for providing alternative power to a low voltage portable device when no mains power is available. The adaptor (1) includes electrical pins (4) configured to connect with a mains power supply socket; a power converter circuit (7) having an input coupled to the electrical pins (4) for converting mains power to a lower voltage supply (8); an electrical output (2) of the lower voltage supply (8); and a fuel cell (5) switchably coupled to said electrical output. The adaptor (1) has a fluid connection port (12) for coupling a fluid fuel outlet of a fuel cartridge (not shown) to a fuel inlet of the fuel cell (5) and the fluid connection port (12) is disposed in a face (3) of the adaptor (1) from which the electrical pins (4) extend. A valve of the fuel cartridge is operable by engagement with the electrical pins (4) of the adaptor (1).

an alternating translation movement, suction being produced, with the intake valve open, when the piston moves away from the nozzle, and delivery being produced, with the intake valve closed and liquid emerging through an outlet valve, when the piston moves towards the nozzle; the pump comprises, between the intake valve (3) and the working chamber (4), a device (D) for detecting the variation in pressure, said device (D) comprising a duct (10), which is connected at one end to the working chamber (4) and is provided at its other end with the intake valve (3), and also a means (11) which is sensitive to the pressure in the duct, said means (11) being mounted in the wall of the duct.

21: 2013/05958 22: 2013/08/07 43: 2014/02/10 51: H01M, H01R 71: Intelligent Energy Limited 72: WINAND, Henri, PROVOST, Michael, BIGNELL, Mark 33: GB 31: 1102150.8 32: 2011/02/08 54: MAINS POWER ADAPTOR COMPRISING A FUEL CELL 00: -

21: 2013/05996 22: 2013/08/08 43: 2014/02/11 51: G06F 71: QUALCOMM Incorporated 72: RAVEENDRAN, Vijayalakshmi R., HUANG, Xiaolong, WANG, Xiaodong, SHAUKAT, Fawad 33: US 31: 61/435,194 32: 2011/01/21 54: USER INPUT BACK CHANNEL FOR WIRELESS DISPLAYS 00: As part of a communication session, a wireless source device can transmit audio and video data to a wireless sink device, and the wireless sink device can transmit user input data received at the wireless sink device back to the wireless source device. In this manner, a user of the wireless sink device can control the wireless source device and control the content that is being transmitted from the wireless

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PATENT JOURNAL 72: SHROFF, Jaidev Rajnikant, SHROFF, Vikram Rajnikant, BERGAMASCHI, Andrea 33: IN 31: 907/KOL/2012 32: 2012/08/10 54: STABLE FORMULATION 00: Disclosed is a composition comprising (a) a pesticidally effective amount of mineral oil; and (b) a suspension concentrate comprising particulate sulfur suspended in an aqueous medium and a method for using the same for the treatment of a locus. 21: 2013/06005 22: 2013/08/08 43: 2014/02/12 51: A61K, A61P, C07D 71: Vifor (International) AG 72: BUHR, Wilm, BURCKHARDT, Susanna, DRRENBERGER, Franz, FUNK, Felix, GEISSER, Peter Otto, CORDEN, Vincent Anthony, COURTNEY, Stephen Martin, DAVENPORT, Tara, SLACK, Mark, RIDGILL, Mark Peter, YARNOLD, Christopher John,, DAWSON, Graham, BOYCE, Susan, ELLENBROEK, Albertus Antonius 33: EP 31: 11155103.2 32: 2011/02/18 54: NOVEL SULFONAMINOQUINOLINE HEPCIDIN ANTAGONISTS 00: The present invention relates to novel hepcidin antagonists of formula (I), pharmaceutical compositions comprising them and the use thereof as medicaments for the use in the treatment of iron metabolism disorders, such as, in particular, iron deficiency diseases and anaemias, in particular anaemias in connection with chronic inflammatory diseases (ACD: anaemia of chronic disease and Al; anaemia of inflammation).

source device to the wireless sink device. The input data received at the wireless sink device can have associated coordinate information that is scaled or normalized by either the wireless sink device or the wireless source device.

21: 2013/05997 22: 2013/08/08 43: 2014/02/10 51: G06F, H04L 71: QUALCOMM Incorporated 72: HUANG, Xiaolong, RAVEENDRAN, Vijayalakshmi R., WANG, Xiaodong, SHAUKAT, Fawad 33: US 31: 61/435,194 32: 2011/01/21 54: USER INPUT BACK CHANNEL FOR WIRELESS DISPLAYS 00: As part of a communication session, a wireless source device can transmit audio and video data to a wireless sink device, and the wireless sink device can transmit user input data received at the wireless sink device back to the wireless source device. In this manner, a user of the wireless sink device can control the wireless source device and control the content that is being transmitted from the wireless source device to the wireless sink device.

21: 2013/06000 22: 2013/08/08 43: 2014/02/13 51: A01N, C01B, C09K 71: United Phosphorus Limited

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PATENT JOURNAL 33: ZA 31: 2011/01154 32: 2011/02/14 54: A DEVICE AND SYSTEM FOR VENDING VALUE TOKENS 00: 57: A device (12) and system (10) for vending value tokens by means of printed vouchers is provided. The device includes a body (13) that has a digital processor (50), a memory unit (52), and a printer unit (22) housed therein and a selection interface (20) provided on an outer surface thereof. The selection interface displays a number of different prepaid options (21) for selection by a user, at least some of the prepaid options being provided by different suppliers of prepaid services (100, 102, 104, 106). The vending device is configured to wirelessly acquire a selection of different value tokens from a remotely accessible server (14) through a wireless communication network (16) and to store at least some of the value tokens on the memory unit subsequent to an owner or operator of the device crediting an operator account which the server has previously associated with the device, so that, in response to a user selecting one of the prepaid options and optionally selecting a print button (42), the device will vend a value token corresponding to the selected prepaid option by printing the value token onto a voucher (17). The device is portable and is operable to vend value tokens during a time in which a connection with the server has been lost, by using the value tokens already transferred to the device that are stored on the memory unit.

54: FOOTWEAR, FOOTWEAR VAMP, FOOTWEAR VAMP FASTENING ELEMENT, FOOTWEAR-VAMP ASSEMBLY AND PROCESSES OF PRODUCTION AND/OR ASSEMBLY OF FOOTWEAR 00: 57: The present invention discloses a novel footwear, footwear vamp, footwear vamp fastening element, footwear-vamp assembly and processes for production and/or assembly of a footwear. It is, therefore, a first object of the present invention a footwear (10) comprising at least one vamp (1), at least one outsole (6) and at least one fastening element (2), the fastening element (2) comprising at least one base (5) and at least one projection (4), defining a confinement region (7) for mounting the vamp (1.1).

21: 2013/06016 22: 07/08/2013 43: 12/02/2014 51: A61K, C07D, A61P 71: DR REDDY'S LABORATORIES INC and DR REDDY'S LABORATORIES LTD 72: VAYA NAVIN, KHATI NIRMAL, SINGH TARUM, CHARKHA AMIT ANIL, MULUPURU APARNA, BANDA NAGARAJU, KOCHER-LAKOTA CHANDRASEKHAR, VURE PRASAD, SHARMA SACHIN 33: IN 31: 241/CHE/2011 32: 2011/01/25, 33: US 31: 61/453.796 32: 2011/03/17 54: BENDAMUSTINE FORMULATIONS 00: 57: Aspects of the present application relate to pharmaceutical formulations comprising bendamustine or its pharmaceutically acceptable salts, isomers, racemates, enantiomers, hydrates, solvates, metabolites, polymorphs, and mixtures thereof, suitable for pharmaceutical use. Aspects further provide methods of producing stable bendamustine compositions. 21: 2013/06026 22: 07/08/2013 43: 13/02/2014 51: G07B 71: NOMANINI MOBILE VENDING (PTY) LTD 72: MONADJEM VAHID JACOB

21: 2013/06031 22: 2013/08/12 43: 2014/02/14 51: A61B 71: SMITH & NEPHEW, INC. 72: MATSUDA, Dean, ILIZALITURRI-SANCHEZ, Victor, JEZIERKSI, Rafal, Z., JONES, Bryan, S., MITCHELL, Mathew, Erle

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PATENT JOURNAL guider for conveying a sheet-shaped object of the present invention simplifies the structure of the guider, and meanwhile reduces the manufacturing cost of the guider.

33: US 31: 61/567,577 32: 2011/12/06 33: US 31: 61/545,345 32: 2011/10/10 33: US 31: 61/442,961 32: 2011/02/15 54: ARTHROSCOPIC RESECTION DEVICE 00: The present disclosure relates to an arthroscopic resection device (10). The device includes an outer member (12) including a hub (12c), an inner member (11) including a hub (11d), the inner member housed within the outer member, a tube (13) coupled to the outer member, and means (14) for allowing longitudinal movement of the outer member relative to the inner member, the means coupled to the tube. The means can include a knob (14) with threads, a ratchet (104), or a lever (1004).

21: 2013/06040 22: 2013/08/12 43: 2014/02/12 51: B65H, G07D 71: GRG Banking Equipment Co., Ltd. 72: YIN, Guangjun, WU, En, TAN, Dong 33: CN 31: 201110092162.9 32: 2011/04/13 54: GUIDER FOR CONVEYING SHEET-SHAPED OBJECT 00: A guider for conveying a sheet-shaped object comprises two side plates (13, 14); two wheel components (7, 11) arranged in parallel between the two side plates (13, 14), a top channel plate (9) being disposed on the wheel components; and two side channel components (10, 8) disposed between the two wheel components (7, 11) and the top channel plate (9), the two side channel components (10, 8) forming a horizontal channel with the top channel plate (9), and each forming a lateral channel with the wheel component at the same side, two ends of the side channel component being respectively hinged on the two side plates (13, 14). The guider further comprises two swing plates (6, 17) respectively fixedly disposed on the two side channel components (10, 8); a first driving device for driving the two swing plates (6, 17) to swing; a reversing member (19) hinged between the two lateral channels and used for switch between the two lateral channels; and a second driving device for driving the reversing member (19) to swing. The

21: 2013/06041 22: 2013/08/12 43: 2014/02/12 51: B65H 71: GRG Banking Equipment Co., Ltd. 72: LIU, Heng, TAN, Dong, WU, En, RAN, Fa 33: CN 31: 201110116610.4 32: 2011/05/06 54: BUNDLING APPARATUS FOR SHEET-TYPE MEDIUM 00: A bundling apparatus for sheet-type medium is used for stacking and bundling sheet-type medium. The bundling apparatus for sheet-type medium comprises a banknote delivery channel (11), a bundling mechanism (13) and a position switching mechanism (14), a banknote stacking position (61) formed at the end of the banknote delivery channel as well as a bundling position (62) formed corresponding to the bundling mechanism, the position switching mechanism (14) comprising a rotating power shaft (41) driven by an electric motor and at least two banknote stacking plates (51) installed evenly on the power shaft. When any banknote stacking plate is located in the banknote stacking position, a corresponding banknote stacking plate is located in the bundling position. The present invention achieves the transition between the motion of stacking and bundling the sheet-type medium, improves work efficiency and saves space.

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21: 2013/06042 22: 2013/08/12 43: 2014/02/12 51: B65H 71: GRG Banking Equipment Co., Ltd. 72: YIN, Guangjun, TAN, Dong, WU, En 33: CN 31: 201110092139.X 32: 2011/04/13 54: GUIDER FOR CONVEYING SHEET-SHAPED OBJECT 00: A guider for conveying a sheet-shaped object comprises two side plates; two wheel components arranged in parallel between the two side plates, a top channel plate being disposed on a top portion of the wheel components; and a lifting channel plate disposed between the two wheel components and the top channel plate, the lifting channel plate forming a horizontal channel with the top channel plate, and respectively forming lateral channels with the two wheel components. The lifting channel plate is disposed on the two side plates in a heightadjustable manner. The guider further comprises: a first driving device for driving the lifting channel plate to move up and down; a reversing member hinged between the two lateral channels and used for switch between the two lateral channels; and a second driving device for driving the reversing member to rotate. The guider for conveying a sheetshaped object of the present invention simplifies the structure of the guider, and meanwhile reduces the manufacturing cost of the guider.

21: 2013/06043 22: 2013/08/12 43: 2014/02/13 51: G07D 71: GRG Banking Equipment Co., Ltd. 72: LIANG, Tiancai, MU, Zongbin, XIAO, Dahai, LI, Tingting 33: CN 31: 201110130431.6 32: 2011/05/19 54: VALUABLE DOCUMENT IDENTIFICATION METHOD AND SYSTEM 00: A valuable document identification method and system are provided. The method comprises, detecting features in different space ranges of a valuable document, and obtaining multi-source information O={Xi, Xj,..., Xn}, wherein XinXj?f, or XinXj?f and Xi<=>Xj; labeling the space position of Xj with Xi according to semantic constraints of Xi and Xj, and obtaining position constraints ?ij(x, y); extracting a characteristic value fi from Xi, and extracting a characteristic value fj from Xj according to the position constrains ?ij(x, y); determining whether fi, fj meet the characteristic criteria of the valuable document, if yes, then receiving the valuable document, or else, rejecting the valuable document. The method enables improved reliability and robustness of the valuable document identification system.

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PATENT JOURNAL device illegally arranged in a card plug-in buckle in the process of longitudinally inserting the magnetic card can be effectively solved, and thereby the problem that the magnetic card information is stolen illegally can be thoroughly solved.

21: 2013/06046 22: 2013/08/12 43: 2014/02/12 51: G07F 71: GRG Banking Equipment Co., Ltd. 72: LI, Yedong, VAIGAUSKAS, Eduardas, DONG, Xuewen, WANG, Rongsheng 33: CN 31: 201110129789.7 32: 2011/05/18 54: CARD INFORMATION PROTECTION DEVICE AND FINANCE SERVICE EQUIPMENT HAVING THE SAME 00: A card information protection device and a finance service equipment having the same are provided. The card information protection device is arranged between a transverse card inlet and a longitudinal magnetic card information reader, and comprises a magnetic card transverse admission port. A magnetic card conveying channel is arranged between the magnetic card transverse admission port and the longitudinal magnetic card information reader. A magnetic card rotating mechanism is arranged in the magnetic card channel. The magnetic card rotating mechanism is used for rotating a transversely-inserted magnetic card to longitudinal direction in order to convey the magnetic card into the longitudinal magnetic card information reader, and rotating the longitudinal magnetic card returned by the longitudinal magnetic card information reader to transverse direction in order to convey the transverse magnetic card out. The problem that the whole magnetic strip of the magnetic card information reader which allows a user to plug the magnetic card in the longitudinal direction is completely scanned by a card stealer

21: 2013/06056 22: 2013/08/12 43: 2014/02/12 51: A61K, A61Q 71: Givaudan SA 72: TALSMA, Paul Alexander, BARTHOLOMEW, Tracy 33: GB 31: 1103103.6 32: 2011/02/23 54: ORGANIC COMPOUNDS 00: The invention relates to flavour compositions comprising a mixture of coolant compounds comprising menthol and a menthane carboxamide selected from N-(4-cyanomethylphenyl) pmenthanecarboxamide. 2-isopropyl-5-methyl-N-(2(pyridin-4-yl)ethyl)cyclohexanecarboxamide, or a mixture of N- (4-cyanomethylphenyl) pmenthanecarboxamide and 2- isopropyl-5-methyi-N(2-(pyridin-4-yOethylJcyclohexanecarboxamide, wherein the total amount of menthane carboxamide is about 0.1 to 10%. 21: 2013/06057 22: 2013/08/12 43: 2014/02/14 51: A01N 71: Merck Sharp & Dohme Corp. 72: ANAND, Rajan, APGAR, James M., BIFTU, Tesfaye, CHEN, Ping, CHU, Lin, COLANDREA, Vincent J., DONG, Guizhen, DROPINSKI, James F., FENG, Danqing, HICKS, Jacqueline D., JIANG, Jinlong, KIM, Alexander J., LEAVITT, Kenneth J., LI, Bing, QIAN, Xiaoxia, SEBHAT, Iyassu, WEI, Lan, WILKENING, Robert R., WU, Zhicai 33: US 31: 61/446,551 32: 2011/02/25 54: NOVEL CYCLIC AZABENZIMIDAZOLE DERIVATIVES USEFUL AS ANTI-DIABETIC AGENTS 00: Novel compounds of structural formula (I) are activators of AMP-protein kinase and are useful in

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PATENT JOURNAL A method for operating an ultracapacitor system (310) used in a mining excavator (100) powered by an electrical power source (302). The method includes the step of detecting whether a line power (1590,1600) from the electrical power source is present. Next, a voltage level of the ultracapacitor system is measured if the line power is not present. The measured voltage level is then compared with a minimum voltage level for the ultracapacitor system. If the measured voltage level is more than the minimum voltage level, auxiliary power is supplied from the ultracapacitor system to operate mining excavator systems. The auxiliary power may be used to power electronic systems and components such as computers, displays, control systems, gas insulated switchgear and lighting systems.

the treatment, prevention and suppression of diseases mediated by the AMPK-activated protein kinase. The compounds of the present invention are useful in the treatment of Type 2 diabetes, hyperglycemia, metabolic syndrome, obesity, hypercholesterolemia, and hypertension.

21: 2013/06058 22: 2013/08/12 43: 2014/02/12 51: B63B, B65D 71: ETS A. Deschamps et Fils 72: DESCHAMPS, Georges-Paul 33: FR 31: 1151313 32: 2011/02/17 54: CONVERTIBLE CONTAINER 00: The invention relates to a container comprising fittings (12) for gripping, handling, and securing said container, each of said fittings (12) being placed at a corner of said container in the non-expanded position of said container, wherein said container has a longitudinal dimension and a transverse dimension in said non-expanded position.

21: 2013/06059 22: 2013/08/12 43: 2014/02/12 51: B60K, B60W, E02D, E02F, H02P 71: Siemens Industry, Inc. 72: MAZUMDAR, Joy 33: US 31: 13/033,898 32: 2011/02/24 54: SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR PROVIDING AUXILIARY POWER BY REGENERATION POWER MANAGEMENT IN MOBILE MINING EQUIPMENT 00: -

21: 2013/06072 22: 2013/08/13 43: 2014/02/13 51: A61K, A61P, C07D 71: EXELIXIS, INC. 72: WILSON, Jo, Ann 33: US 31: 61/441,520 32: 2011/02/10 33: US 31: 61/441,527 32: 2011/02/10 54: PROCESSES FOR PREPARING QUINOLINE COMPOUNDS AND PHARMACEUTICAL COMPOSITIONS CONTAINING SUCH COMPOUNDS 00: The present invention is directed to processes for making and compositions containing quinolines such as formula I or pharmaceutically acceptable salts thereof wherein: X1 is H, Br, CI, or X2 is H, Br, CI, or n1 is 1-2; and n2 is 1-2.

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PATENT JOURNAL may conveniently be coupled to a tractor-like vehicle to pull the wheeled vehicle along a surface or along a rail system provided in mine tunnels, for example. The invention also provides a method of spraying a water-based dust suppressant solution on surfaces such as in mine tunnels, including the step of using a spray apparatus as herein described. The invention further provides a method of spraying a water-based dust suppressant solution on surfaces such as in mine tunnels, including the steps of utilizing a high pressure air system to pressurize a low pressure air system that includes a supply of dust suppressant solution, and activating a spray system to suitably spray the solution on a surface such as the floor and/or walls of a mine tunnel, for example. The method may include the steps of providing the high pressure air system, the low pressure air system, and the spray system on a suitable frame that in turn is mounted on a wheeled chassis, for ease of transportation along a surface or along a rail system provided in mine tunnels, for example.

21: 2013/06073 22: 2013/08/13 43: 2014/02/13 51: B05B, E21C 71: TERRAVENT (PROPRIETARY) LIMITED 72: VAN SCHOOR, Martin John 33: ZA 31: 2012/06777 32: 2012/09/11 54: DUST SUPPRESSION 00: This invention provides a spray apparatus for dust suppression, the apparatus including a suitable frame on which is provided a high pressure air system, a low pressure air system, and a spray system, the high pressure system being adapted to supply air to the low pressure system that includes a supply of water-based dust suppressant solution and that is adapted to provide the solution under pressure to the spray system. In a preferred form of the invention, the frame may be adapted to be mounted securely on a wheeled chassis to provide a wheeled vehicle for ease of transportation, for example along a surface or along a rail system as provided in many, if not most, mine tunnels. Although the high pressure tank may be a cylindrical, conventionally-shaped compressed air tank, in one form of the invention the high pressure tank may conveniently be in the form of a square or rectangular doughnut-shaped tank. In this form, the tank may be integral with, or may form part of, the frame. The low pressure system may preferably include a low pressure tank. In a preferred form of the invention, the low pressure tank be a collapsible tank i.e. made from a suitably flexible material such as vinyl coated polyester as is used for tarpaulins and mine ducting. When provided as a collapsible tank, it may be emptied and collapsed between and within the interior part of the aforementioned high pressure tank, for ease of transportation. The spray system may include a horizontal conduit with a directionally adjustable extension conduit at each end thereof, each extension conduit being adjustable between a horizontal position and a vertical position. In one form of the invention, the wheeled vehicle

21: 2013/06074 22: 2013/08/13 43: 2014/02/13 51: A01N, A61K 71: GLAXOSMITHKLINE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY 72: PALOVICH, Michael, R., NEIPP, Christopher, E 33: US 31: 61/441,840 32: 2011/02/11 54: CATHEPSIN C INHIBITORS 00: Disclosed are 4-amino-2-butenamides of Formula (I) having pharmacological activity, pharmaceutical compositions containing them, and methods for the treatment of diseases mediated by the cathepsin C enzyme such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.

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PATENT JOURNAL 72: CAPPELLE, Mark, MAERTENS, Luc, VANHASTEL, Luc, DEMAN, Luc, MARRES, Maarten, VAN TROYS, Jan 33: BG 31: BE 2011/0189 32: 2011/03/28 33: US 31: 61/542,562 32: 2011/10/03 54: COMPOSED ELEMENT AND REAR WALL CONSTRUCTION APPLIED HEREWITH 00: Composed element, more particularly a piece of furniture, wherein this composed element (1) comprises at least a rear wall, as well as a number of constructional parts (3) forming a whole in which the rear wall has to be provided, wherein the rear wall forms the rear side of the composed element (1 ) and consists of one or more rear wall parts (9-10), characterized in that the composed element (1) comprises seats for installing at least one of the rear wall parts (9-10), which are configured such that said rear wall part (9-10) can be slid into the seats starting from the rear side of the composed element (1), more particularly from a position which differs from the final plane in which the rear wall part (9-10) will be situated in the final condition.

21: 2013/06075 22: 2013/08/13 43: 2014/02/13 51: G09F 71: CAMACHO, Armando 72: CAMACHO, Armando 33: AU 31: 2011900108 32: 2011/01/14 54: EXPANDING DEVICES 00: An expandable device including: a first member; a second member; at least one tension member attached to the first and second members and extending between the first and second members, the first and second members movable between an open position, in which at least a part of the first member is spaced from the second member, and a closed position, in which said at least a part of the first member is adjacent the second member; and at least one spacer sized to be located between the first and second members when in the open position, and to maintain the first and second members in the open position, wherein, in the open position, the at least one tension member is held taut between the first and second members.

21: 2013/06076 22: 2013/08/13 43: 2014/02/13 51: A47B, F16B 71: UNILIN, BVBA

21: 2013/06083 22: 2013/08/13 43: 2014/02/13 51: F16K, G05B 71: Govender, Preevin 72: Govender, Preevin 33: ZA 31: 2012/06064 32: 2012/08/13 54: A VALVE APPARATUS; AND SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR CONTROLLING A WATER SUPPLY 00: -

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PATENT JOURNAL condition; and an actuator member having a body comprising a connection zone, connectable directly to the shaft of the motor, and an impact zone spaced from the connection zone, the actuator member being directly rotatable by the shaft of the motor between first and second positions causing the impact zone to engage or impact with the switch arrangement with substantial momentum to actuate the switch arrangement between the first condition and second condition, respectively, in use.

This invention relates to a valve device comprising a valve body having a inlet port connectable to a fluid supply and an outlet port to output fluid received via the inlet port, the device comprising means defining a main flow path for facilitating a main fluid flow between the inlet port and the outlet port; means defining a trickle flow path for facilitating a trickle flow of fluid between the inlet port and the outlet port, wherein the trickle flow has a lower volumetric flow rate than the main flow; and a trickle controller to open or seal the trickle flow path thereby to permit or substantially stop trickle flow or fluid, in use. The invention relates to a method of controlling fluid flow through the valve device and to a method and system of controlling water supply using the valve device in accordance with the invention.

21: 2013/06084 22: 2013/08/13 43: 2014/02/13 51: F16K, G05B, G05D 71: Govender, Preevin 72: Govender, Preevin 33: ZA 31: 2012/06066 32: 2012/08/13 54: A SWITCHING APPARATUS AND A VALVE COMPRISING THE SAME 00: This invention relates to a switching apparatus and a valve device comprising the same. The switching apparatus having a motor having a rotatable shaft, the shaft being actuable to rotate in response to the motor receiving a suitable control signal; a switch arrangement comprising at least one switch actuable between at least a first condition and a second

21: 2013/06086 22: 2013/08/13 43: 2014/02/14 51: A61K, G01N 71: Basilea Pharmaceutica AG 72: LANE, Heidi Alexandra, BACHMANN, Felix 33: EP 31: 11155774.0 32: 2011/02/24 54: USE OF ACETYLATED TUBULIN AS A BIOMARKER OF DRUG RESPONSE TO FURAZANOBENZIMIDAZOLES 00: Use of acetylated tubulin as a biomarker for predicting the response to a compound, preferably resistance of a disease such as cancer in a subject to said compound, wherein the compound is a furazanobenzimidazoles compound of general formula (I).

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PATENT JOURNAL flubendiamide, spirotetramat, thiamethoxam, imidacloprid, abamectin, lambda-cyhalothrin or salts thereof, and at least one agrochemically acceptable excipient. 21: 2013/06090 22: 2013/08/13 43: 2014/02/13 51: A01N 71: SHAH, Deepak Pranjivandas 72: SHAH, Deepak Pranjivandas 33: IN 31: 253/MUM/2011 32: 2011/01/28 54: PESTICIDE COMPOSITION COMPRISING SULPHUR, AN ACARICIDE AND AN AGROCHEMICAL EXCIPIENT 00: The present invention relates to a pesticidal composition comprising an effective amount of sulphur, an effective amount of at least one acaricide selected from the group consisting of bifenazate, fenpyroximate, fenazaquin, hexythiazox, spirodiclofen, spiromesifen, bifenthrin, abamectin and their salts thereof and at least one agrochemically acceptable excipient. 21: 2013/06091 22: 2013/08/13 43: 2014/02/18 51: B64D, F41H 71: Alenia Aermacchi S.p.A. 72: MERLO, Emanuele, BRENNA, Fabio 33: IT 31: TO2011A000123 32: 2011/02/14 54: EQUIPMENT FOR THE REDUCTION OF THE RADAR MARKING FOR AIRCRAFTS 00: Equipment for the reduction of the radar marking of an aircraft V, which can be applied to at least one hot portion H of the aircraft, chosen from the following: a piloting cabin or cockpit, comprising at least one transparent portion; a first frame of the fuselage; a plurality of junction edges of components, including wings, tail veilings and engine air intakes; at least one motor face. Said equipment comprises at least one device for dissipating incident radar waves, which can be removably applied to at least one hot portion H of the aircraft without affecting the aerodynamic characteristics of the aircraft V.

21: 2013/06088 22: 2013/08/13 43: 2014/02/13 51: A01N 71: SHAH, Deepak Pranjivandas 72: SHAH, Deepak Pranjivandas 33: IN 31: 252/MUM/2011 32: 2011/01/28 54: PESTICIDAL COMPOSITION COMPRISING SULPHUR, A FUNGICIDE AND AN AGROCHEMICAL EXCIPIENT 00: A pesticidal composiiton comprising sulphur, a fungicide selected from the group consisting of cymoxanil, fenhexamid, fenamidone, cyazofamid, chlorothalonil, kresoxim methyl, azoxystrobin, pyraclostrobin, iprodione, validamycin, kasugamycin, cyprodinil, pencycuron, hexaconazole, prochloraz, epoxiconazole, prothioconazole, trifloxystrobin, thiophanate methyl, spiroxamine, metrafenone, or their salts thereof and at least one agrochemically acceptable excipient. 21: 2013/06089 22: 2013/08/13 43: 2014/02/13 51: A01N 71: SHAH, Deepak Pranjivandas 72: SHAH, Deepak Pranjivandas 33: IN 31: 251/MUM/2011 32: 2011/01/28 54: PESTICIDE COMPOSITION COMPRISING SULPHUR, AN INSECTICIDE AND AN AGROCHEMICAL EXCIPIENT 00: The present invention relates to an pesticidal composition comprising an effective amount of a sulphur; an effective amount of at least one insecticide selected from the group consisting of cartap fipronil, pirimicarb, buprofezine, thiachloprid, acetamiprid, clothianidin, diafenthiuron, novaluron,

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21: 2013/06092 22: 2013/08/13 43: 2014/02/13 51: B64C, B64D 71: Alenia Aermacchi S.p.A. 72: LUCCHESINI, Massimo, MERLO, Emanuele 33: IT 31: TO2011A000122 32: 2011/02/14 54: AIRCRAFT WITH IMPROVED AERODYNAMIC PERFORMANCE 00: An aircraft (10) with improved aerodynamic performances, adapted to keep the directional stability and a very good aerodynamic behaviour at medium-high incidence. Said aircraft (10) comprises a fuselage (12) to which shaped wings (18, 20) are associated, and a nose (52). Said aircraft (10) also comprises a vortex control device (72) of the extension of the leading edge of the wing at the root (LERX), shaped in order to symmetrize the bursting of the vortices generated by such LERX with a medium-high incidence. Said aircraft comprises removable equipment with at least one dissipation device of incident radar waves, on at least one hot portion of the aircraft.

21: 2013/06106 22: 2013/08/14 43: 2014/02/14 51: G07F 71: Shiluba-Tsaka Productive (Pty) Ltd 72: SHILUBANE, Tsakane 33: ZA 31: 2012/05027 32: 2012/07/05 54: A VENDING MACHINE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM AND METHOD 00: The invention provides a vending machine management system which includes: a data storage device for storing data; a user interface operable to receive a user input indicative of at least one article and/or service to be dispensed from a particular vending machine; a monitoring module adapted generate a monitoring signal to monitor operation conditions of the vending machine, a token generation module operable to generate a token for the at least one article and/or service dispensed by the vending machine, or associated financial values thereof, wherein the token is redeemable at other vending machines; and a control module configured, in use, to determine, from the monitoring signal, whether or not the operation condition of the vending machine substantially matches a predetermined condition, wherein in response to a match, the control module is configured to cause the token generation module to generate a token.

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PATENT JOURNAL 51: B60R, G10K 71: Autoneum Management AG 72: BERTOLINI, Claudio, CASTAGNETTI, Claudio, SEPPI, Marco 54: AUTOMOTIVE NOISE ATTENUATING TRIM PART 00: A sound attenuating trim part, comprising at least one insulating area with an acoustic mass-spring characteristics comprising at least a mass layer (A) and a decoupling layer (3) adjacent to the mass layer (A), whereby the mass layer (A) consists of a porous fibrous layer (1) and a barrier layer (2), with the barrier layer (2) being located between the porous fibrous layer (1) and the decoupling layer (3) and all layers are laminated together, and whereby the porous fibrous layer (1) at least in the insulating area is having an adjusted dynamic Young's modulus (Pa) such that the radiation frequency of is at least 3000 (Hz).

21: 2013/06110 22: 2013/08/14 43: 2014/02/14 51: A61K, A61P, C07K 71: Novo Nordisk A/S 72: ANDERSEN, Mette Dahl, NOERDBY, Peder Lisby, KJAERGAARD, Kristian, GRELL, Susanne Nedergaard, GRUHLER, Albrecht, BUCHARDT, Jens, ANDERSEN, Henrik Sune, PADKJAER, Soeren, KASTRUP, Jesper, HAAKANSSON, Katarina, HORNUM, Lars, FRIEDRICHSEN, Birgitte, BAUNSGAARD, Dorrit 33: EP 31: 11156416.7 32: 2011/03/01 54: ANTAGONISTIC DR3 LIGANDS 00: The present disclosure relates to treatment of inflammatory diseases. In particular, the present disclosure relates to antagonistic DR3 ligands useful for treating inflammatory diseases. 21: 2013/06111 22: 2013/08/14 43: 2014/02/14 51: A61K, C07K 71: Novo Nordisk A/S 72: HILDEN, Ida, PESCHKE, Bernd, BREINHOLT, Jens, KOFOD-HANSEN, Mikael 33: EP 31: 11156682.4 32: 2011/03/02 54: COAGULATION FACTOR-TARGETING TO TLT-1 ON ACTIVATED PLATELETS 00: The current invention relates to: procoagulant proteins which may, for example, be fusion proteins or chemical conjugates; methods of producing said procoagulant proteins; polynucleotides that encode said fusion proteins and cells that expresses them. Furthermore, the current invention relates to procoagulant proteins for use as a medicament. Individuals that have a coagulopathy, such as haemophilia A and B with or without inhibitors, may be treated with the procoagulant proteins of the current invention. 21: 2013/06112 22: 2013/08/14 43: 2014/02/17

21: 2013/06115 22: 2013/08/14 43: 2014/02/18 51: C22C, C23C 71: Umicore AG & Co. KG 72: HUTIN, Olivier, RINGELSTEIN, Hans Martin 33: EP 31: 11157478.6 32: 2011/03/09 54: AMALGAM BALLS HAVING AN ALLOY COATING 00: Energy-saving lamps contain a gas filling of mercury vapour and argon in a gas discharge bulb. Amalgam balls are used for filling the gas discharge bulb with mercury. Novel coated balls whose operating life in the case of automatic metered introduction is increased by coating of the balls with an alloy powder and conglutination of the amalgam balls during storage and processing is prevented are proposed. 21: 2013/06118 22: 2013/08/14 43: 2014/02/26 51: A61K 71: GLAXOSMITHKLINE LLC 72: KRANZ, James, RINELLA, Joseph 33: US 31: 61/440,918 32: 2011/02/09 54: LYOPHILIZED FORMULATIONS 00: -

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The invention is directed to a method for producing a polypeptide composition comprising: combining a polypeptide with a volatile additive to form a liquid mixture and lyophilizing the liquid mixture to obtain a lyophilized polypeptide composition. 21: 2013/06130 22: 15/08/2013 43: 13/02/2014 51: A61K, A61M 71: SOSEI R & D LTD 72: TANSLEY ROBERT and SNAPE SUSAN 33: GB 31: 1103770.2 32: 2011/03/04, 54: USE OF GLYCOPYRROLATE FOR TREATING TACHYCARDIA 00: 57: The invention relates to a novel use of the antimuscarinic agent glycopyrrolate, for example the salt glycopyrronium bromide. In particular, the invention relates to glycopyrrolate for use as a heart rate lowering agent and more particularly, but not exclusively, for use in patients suffering from respiratory conditions such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. 21: 2013/06136 22: 2013/08/15 43: 2014/02/26 51: A24B 71: PHILLIP MORRIS PRODUCTS S.A. 72: SALMON, Brian, KONRATH, Osny, Gilmar 33: EP 31: 11001350.5 32: 2011/02/18 54: METHOD OF PROCESSING TOBACCO LEAVES 00: The present invention relates to a method of processing whole tobacco leaves with stem, veins, and lamina material. The whole tobacco leaves are tipped, in order to receive tips and butts. The tips and butts are then separated. The separated tips are further processed by cutting or shredding, in order to receive light and heavy tip material. Once the light tip material is separated from the heavy tip material, the light tip material is dried, before it is finally packaged.

21: 2013/06137 22: 2013/08/15 43: 2014/02/17 51: F24J, G05D 71: APLICACIONES RENOVABLES INTEGRADAS, S.L. 72: MURCIA PACHECO, Emilio, IESTA GONZLEZ, Daniel, MURCIA PACHECO, Pedro Jse, LPEZ GARRIDO, Julian 54: HELIOSTAT WITH A DRIVE SHAFT POINTING AT THE TARGET, REFLECTION SENSOR AND A CLOSED-LOOP CONTROL SYSTEM 00: Heliostat comprising a drive shaft pointing at the target, two reflection or refraction solar sensors, and a closed-loop control system, independent of the solution provided by the main reflective optics. The first solar sensor (14) detects the position of the incident main beam (22) with respect to the main plane of the optics (21), while the second solar sensor (15) detects the position of the reflected main beam (23) with respect to the drive plane (10). The closed-loop control system is retroactively supplied by the signals from these two sensors that compare said signals at all times, and coordinates the primary drive (4) and the secondary drive (6) in order to achieve the condition of pointing at the target at all times.

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PATENT JOURNAL This invention relates to a method of and apparatus 10.1 for working on a wall 46 of a dam 44. The method includes the steps of separating by centrifugal forces by means of a first centrifugal separator 12.1 an input material 14.1 into a first part 16 having a solids recovery rate of equal to or more than 14% of the input material 14, and a second part 18. The second part 18 is separated by centrifugal forces by means of a second centrfigugal separator 20.1 the second part 18 into a third part 22 having a solids recovery rate of equal to or more than 5% of the input material 14, and a fourth part 24. The fourth part 24 is fed towards a centre region 58 of the dam 44.

21: 2013/06138 22: 2013/08/15 43: 2014/02/17 51: B01J 71: RHODIA OPERATIONS 72: POLLI, Andrew, FRANCIS, Francis, ENGLISH, Thomas, LARCHER, Olivier, INFRAH, Simon 33: US 31: 61/458,035 32: 2010/11/16 54: POROUS INORGANIC COMPOSITE OXIDE 00: The present invention is directed to: a porous inorganic composite oxide that contains oxides of aluminum and cerium, or oxides of aluminum and zirconium, or oxides of aluminum, cerium, and zirconium, and, optionally, oxides of one or more dopants selected from transition metals, rare earths, and mixtures thereof.

21: 2013/06149 22: 2013/08/15 43: 2014/02/17 51: C11D 71: Colgate-Palmolive Company 72: BROZE, Guy, JACQUES, Alain, TUZI, Alexandrine, YIANAKOPOULOS, Georges 33: US 31: 11/756,267 32: 2007/05/31 54: FABRIC SOFTENING COMPOSITIONS COMPRISING POLYMERIC MATERIALS 00: Fabric softening compositions comprising polymeric materials capable of retaining volatile perfume ingredients are disclosed, as well as methods of softening fabrics. 21: 2013/06150 22: 2013/08/15 43: 2014/03/03 51: C11D 71: Colgate-Palmolive Company 72: BROZE, Guy, OLDENHOVE, Louis, PAYNE, Richard 33: US 31: 11/756,267 32: 2007/05/31 54: FABRIC SOFTENING COMPOSITIONS COMPRISING POLYMERIC MATERIALS 00: -

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PATENT JOURNAL translated so as to pass the center of the retroreflective sheet.

Fabric softening compositions comprising polymeric materials capable of retaining volatile perfume ingredients are disclosed, as well as methods of softening fabrics. 21: 2013/06151 22: 2013/08/15 43: 2014/03/04 51: C11D 71: Colgate-Palmolive Company 72: BROZE, Guy, JACQUES, Alain, TUZI, Alexandrine, YIANAKOPOULOS, Georges 33: US 31: 11/756,267 32: 2007/05/31 54: FABRIC SOFTENING COMPOSITIONS COMPRISING POLYMERIC MATERIALS 00: Fabric softening compositions comprising polymeric materials capable of retaining volatile perfume ingredients are disclosed, as well as methods of softening fabrics. 21: 2013/06154 22: 2013/08/15 43: 2014/02/17 51: G02B 71: Nippon Carbide Industries Co., Inc. 72: MIMURA, Ikuo, TAKAMATSU, Takeo 33: JP 31: 2011-009316 32: 2011/01/19 54: MICRO GLASS BEAD RETROREFLECTIVE SHEET IN WHICH IMAGES HAVING VISIBLE DIRECTIVITIES ARE INSTALLED 00: Provided is a retroreflective sheet in which collective images having excellent anti-counterfeiting effect and information transmissibility are installed. The present invention is a retroreflective sheet (100) in which at least two or more kinds of collective images (L1, L2) formed by collecting a large number of dot images (P1, P2) respectively having visible directivities in predetermined directions are installed adjacent to each other. The visible area of each of the dot images constituting the collective images has a conical spread with the dot image as the apex thereof, the inclination () of the central axis of the conical visible area of each of the dot images in the collective images is 5-60 degrees, the difference (?) between the inclinations of the central axes of the visible areas of the respective dot images in the collective images adjacent to each other is 5-25 degrees, and the directions of the inclinations of the central axes (Vo1, Vo2) of the dot images constituting the respective collective images are both located on the same side with respect to a plane perpendicular to the surface of the retroreflective sheet and including a central line passing the center of the retroreflective sheet when the central axes are

21: 2013/06157 22: 2013/08/15 43: 2014/02/17 51: A61H, B05B 71: Kelda Showers Limited 72: HONEYANDS, Christopher 33: GB 31: 1102766.1 32: 2011/02/17 54: SHOWER HEAD 00: A shower head (40) has a passageway for a flow of pressurised air from a pressurised air supply, via a Venturi (48) having a convergent portion (46), throat (50) and divergent portion (52), to a shower discharge opening (56), and a passageway (58) for a flow of water from a water supply to a water discharge opening (60) in the Venturi. The Venturi is such that, in use, the general direction of the flow of air is turned through a substantial angle in the Venturi. This folding of the Venturi enables a compact configuration of shower head to be provided.

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PATENT JOURNAL meaning as indicated in the claims; in free form and in salt form; and optionally the enantiomers and geometrical isomers thereof. The compounds of formula (1) are useful in the control of parasites, in particular ectoparasites, in and on vertebrates.

A control system for a vehicle (10) having an air braking system is disclosed. The control system comprises a supply line (13) for receiving a supply of compressed air to use in the air braking system. One or more brake members (19) are "provided in fluid communication with the supply line (13) and controllable such that upon receipt of a supply of compressed air, the one or more brake members (19) become disengaged so as to facilitate movement of the vehicle (10) and upon removal of the supply of compressed air, the one or more brake members (19) become engaged so as to prevent movement of the vehicle (10). An isolator device (20) is positionable within the supply line (13) so as to be located upstream of the brake members (19). The isolator device (20) is controllable to operate in at least two stales. A first stale wherein the compressed air is permitted to flow along a supply line (16) to the brake members (19) and a second stale wherein the compressed air is prevented from flowing along the supply line (16) to (he brake members (19). When the isolator device (20) is in the second state, any compressed air present in the supply line (16) downstream of the isolator device but upstream of the one or more brake members (19) is exhausted therefrom.

21: 2013/06175 22: 2013/08/16 43: 2014/02/17 51: A01N, C07D 71: NOVARTIS AG 72: NANCHEN, Steve, GAUVRY, Nolle 33: CH 31: 00407/11 32: 2011/03/10 54: ISOXAZOLE DERIVATIVES 00: The invention relates to new isoxazoline compounds of formula (I) wherein the variables have the

21: 2013/06191 22: 2013/08/16 43: 2014/02/17 51: E21D 71: WEKABA ENGINEERING (PTY) LTD 72: ROSSINI, Brett 33: ZA 31: 2012/03726 32: 2012/05/22 54: STABILISATION OF ROCK BODIES 00: This invention relates to the stabilisation of rock bodies. It provides a yielding rock bolt, an anchor assembly for anchoring a shaft of a yielding rock bolt to a wall portion of a borehole in a rock face, a yielding rock bolt kit and a method of assembling a yielding rock bolt. The yielding rock bolt has a shaft having a narrowed region at a predetermined distance from a distal end thereof, the distal end being arranged, in use, adjacent an inner end of the borehole; a rock face engaging means adjacent a proximal end of the shaft to secure the proximal end of the shaft adjacent the rock face; an anchor assembly that is arranged on the shaft at the narrowed region and has a passage therethrough through which the shaft passes, the anchor assembly further having an expandable component which is expandable, in use, to engage a wall portion of the borehole; an expanding component for causing the expandable component to expand, in use; and a deforming unit having a deforming passage of size complementary to the narrowed region and smaller then a distal section of the shaft distally adjacent to the narrowed region, such that, in use, the distal section is deformed by the deforming unit as the shaft is displaced through the deforming unit.

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21: 2013/06196 22: 2013/08/16 43: 2014/02/18 51: C01F, C01G, C02F 71: Outotec Oyj 72: RIIHIMKI, Teppo 33: FI 31: 20110085 32: 2011/03/09 54: METHOD FOR PRODUCING A POORLY SOLUBLE CALCIUM-ARSENIC COMPOUND 00: The invention relates to a method for precipitating pentavalent calcium arsenate from an acidic solution, in which arsenic is at least partially in trivalent form. The acidic solution is neutralised before being routed to an arsenic oxidation stage,and a poorly soluble calcium-arsenic compound is precipitated from the solution, in which all the arsenic is pentavalent. 21: 2013/06201 22: 19/08/2013 43: 19/02/2014 51: G02C 71: ROUMEGA BENEDICTE VALERIE 72: ROUMEGA BENEDICTE VALERIE 33: ZA 31: 2012/03694 32: 2012/05/18 54: VISION ASSISTANCE ASSEMBLY 00: 57: A vision assistance assembly is provided. The assembly includes a vision correcting lens supported on a support arm configured to be secured so that the lens is located in front of a mirror, between the user and the mirror. The support arm supports the lens from a stationary, secondary structure, so that a visually impaired user may look through it, at the mirror, while having his or her vision corrected and having both his or her hands free to apply make-up or do other facial grooming.

21: 2013/06210 22: 19/08/2013 43: 20/02/2014 51: G01R, G08C 71: MACHADO MAGALHAES DE ALMEIDA JOAO and PEREIRA FERREIRA, PAULO RICARDO 72: MACHADO MAGALHAES DE ALMEIDA JOAO and PEREIRA FERREIRA, PAULO RICARDO 33: BR 31: P/1100227-1 32: 2011/02/18, 54: MODULAR MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS FOR COLLECTION OF MEASUREMENTS AND CONTROL FOR ENERGY, WATER AND GAS 00: 57: Modular management system for collection of measurements and control for energy, water and gas characterized by including MUNC equipment composed of electrical and electronic circuits, with resident control program, electronic meters and first module, the first module includes control, processing and energy supply circuits, at least one battery to ensure uninterrupted operation, a microprocessor, memory for resident program and through the communication modem and a second module including control and processing circuits communication modem and ports, with the equipment being able to perform data collection and processing from energy, water, gas or liquid fuel meters. The present invention is a system for collecting and monitoring information and

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PATENT JOURNAL 21: 2013/06257 22: 2013/08/20 43: 2014/02/20 51: G06Q 71: TRUSTCO MOBILE MAURITIUS 72: VAN ROOYEN, Quinton, SWINDON, David William, JONES, Johannes 54: SUBSCRIPTION BASED TRANSACTION FACILITATION SYSTEM 00: The invention provides a computer system for facilitating the initiation and/or conclusion of an insurance contract, said system characterized by a telecommunications network, a telecommunications device operable on the network, one or more application servers having one or more points-of preference on the telecommunications network, said servers including; a CPU, data storage means, and input and output means, as well as one or more subscription servers having one or more points-ofpresence on the telecommunications network, said servers including; a CPU, data storage means, and input and output means, and wherein software is provided on at least one of the application servers which software is operable on one or more of the application servers to initiate an insurance contract, wherein a message is sent to a user in which message an offer is made to the user to provide insurance to the user conditionally on the user responding to the offer by transmitting or having transmitted a message to the one or more servers over the telecommunication network either accepting or rejecting the offer and agreeing to registration to an insurance subscription and a periodic subscription fee being charged to the users mobile telecommunications account, which responding message is processed by the application and subscription severs in accordance with predetermined rules set in the software. 21: 2013/06258 22: 2013/08/20 43: 2014/02/20 51: G06Q 71: TRUSTCO MOBILE MAURITIUS 72: VAN ROOYEN, Quinton, JONES, Johannes, SWINDON, David William 54: TRANSACTION FACILITATION SYSTEM 00: The invention provides a computer system for facilitating the initiation and/or conclusion of a financial product contract, said system characterized by a telecommunications network, a telecommunications terminal operable on the network, and a server having a point-to-presence on the telecommunications network, said server including; a CPU, data storage means, and inputs and outputs, wherein software is provided on the server which is operable on the server to initiate said contract in response to data received by the server

parameters obtained by energy, gas, water and fuel distribution meters. It is a further objective of the present invention to provide at system for processing information received from energy, gas, water or liquid fuel distribution meters. 21: 2013/06212 22: 19/08/2013 43: 20/02/2014 51: C07D 71: RANBAXY LABORATORIES LIMITED 72: MEDHANE ROSHAN RAMESH, MAHESHWARI NITIN, PRASAD MOHAN, ARORA SUDERSHAN KUMAR 33: IN 31: 433/Del/2011 32: 2011/02/21 54: AN IMPROVED PROCESS FOR THE PREPARATION OF VORICONAZOLE AND INTERMEDIATES THEREOF 00: 57: The present invention relates to an improved stereoselective process for the preparation of (2R,3S/2S,3R)-3-(4-chloro-5-fluoropyrimidin-6-yl)-2(2,4-difluorophenyl)- 1-(1H-l,2,4-triazol-1-yl)butan-2ol intermediate compound. This intermediate compound is further used to prepare voriconazole a triazole antifungal agent. 21: 2013/06221 22: 2013/08/19 43: 2014/02/19 51: C07D 71: IRM LLC 72: FLATT, Brenton, T., MOLTENI, Valentina, LOREN, Jon, SMITH, Jeffrey, M., FAN, Yi 33: US 31: 61/446,572 32: 2011/02/25 54: COMPOUNDS AND COMPOSITIONS AS TRK INHIBITORS 00: The invention provides compounds, pharmaceutical compositions comprising such compounds and methods of using such compounds to treat or prevent diseases or disorders associated with abnormal or deregulated TRK kinase activity.

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from the terminal over the network from a user, wherein when the user concludes a transaction with a vendor, a message is sent to the users terminal, in which message an offer is made to the user to provide insurance to the user without further charge conditionally on the user responding to the offer by transmitting a message to the server either accepting or rejecting the offer, which responding message is processed by the server in accordance with predetermined rules set in the software, and wherein a collaboration server pre-processes the data received from the consumer to determine whether the transaction can be concluded and the insurance underwritten in accordance with the predetermined rules of the underwriter, said collaboration sever communicating a determination that the insurance can be underwritten to either or both the insurers server and the vendor whereby the transaction is concluded with payment by the vendor and the insurance underwritten. 21: 2013/06272 22: 2013/08/20 43: 2014/02/20 51: H04W 71: Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 72: GAO, Chi, MAZZARESE, David 33: CN 31: 201110111367.7 32: 2011/04/29 54: METHOD AND DEVICE FOR SENDING AND RECEIVING CONTROL SIGNALLING 00: The present invention provides a method and a device for transmitting and receiving control signaling. The method includes: determining an original size of a DCI format which is in a first group and is the format of DCI to be transmitted; determining, according to a current transmission configuration, a second group of DCI formats that can be used under the current transmission configuration; comparing a size of the DCI format in the second group with the original size of the DCI format in the first group, and if the second group includes a DCI format that has a same size as a DCI format in the first group, appending a bit to the DCI format which is in the first group of DCI formats and has the same size as the DCI format in the second group, so that size of the DCI format in the first group after the bit appending is different from that of the DCI format in the second group; and transmitting, according to the DCI format with the appended bit in the first group, the DCI to be transmitted. According to embodiments of the present invention, DCI formats under a current configuration may be easily distinguished with a relative small overhead. 21: 2013/06273 22: 2013/08/20 43: 2014/02/25 51: B32B, B65D 71: Amcor Flexibles Singen GmbH 72: DIETRICH, Christoph, HAFNER, Klaus, BAUER, Sven 33: EP 31: 11001574.0 32: 2011/02/25 54: COMPOSITE FILM 00: The invention relates to a composite film (10) for closing a container by sealing the composite film against a circumferential sealing surface of the container or of a cap ring to be connected to the container, wherein said composite film comprises a support layer (14) made of a metal film and a sealing layer connected to the metal film. The sealing layer comprises a coextrusion layer having a cohesively breaking intermediate layer (18) and adhesion promoter layers (16, 20) disposed on both sides of the intermediate layer (18). The composite film is suitable for tight sealing against sealing surfaces made of polished tinplate.

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PATENT JOURNAL of an interior flow passage in the vessel; a first pair of support plates arranged on opposite sides of the sidewall, wherein the first pair of support plates reduces a cross-sectional flow area of the flow passage in a first single direction of convergence, and a second pair of support plates arranged on opposite sides of the side wall, wherein the second pair of support plates reduces a cross-sectional flow are of the flow passage in a second single direction of convergence, wherein the second single direction is angularly offset to the first single direction, and the second pair of support plates is at a different elevation of the vessel than the first pair of support plates. 21: 2013/06296 22: 2013/08/21 43: 2014/02/21 51: A61K 71: GLAXOSMITHKLINE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY (No.2) LIMITED 72: MARQUIS, Robert, W., Jr., CASILLAS, Linda, N., ROMANO, Joseph, J., BURY, Michael, Jonathan, CHARNLEY, Adam, Kenneth, HAILE, Pamela, A., MEHLMANN, John, F., SINGHAUS, Robert, R., WANG, Gren, Z. 33: US 31: 61/449,574 32: 2011/03/04 33: US 31: 61/449,843 32: 2011/03/07 54: AMINO-QUINOLINES AS KINASE INHIBITORS 00: Disclosed are compounds having the formula: wherein R1, R2, R3 and Z are as defined herein, and methods of making and using the same.

51: A24F, A61H 71: DARREN JAMES AIKEN 72: AIKEN, DARREN JAMES 54: A DEVICE FOR CURBING ADDICTIVE BEHAVIOUR 00: A device for curbing addictive behaviour comprising an elongate and hollow member including first and second apertures, the location and orientation of the apertures relative the elongate member configured such that when the user applies the first aperture of the elongate member orally and draws on the device, air is drawn in through the second aperture, passing through the elongate member and exiting through the first aperture into the mouth of the user and causing a blast of air into the back of the users throat.

21: 2013/06295 22: 2013/08/21 43: 2014/02/21 51: D21C 71: ANDRITZ INC. 72: JOHANSON, Jerry, R. 33: US 31: 61/467,419 32: 2011/03/25 54: REACTOR VESSEL HAVING SINGLE CONVERGENCE SIDEWALL PLATES 00: A reactor vessel including: an upper inlet and a bottom discharge; a generally vertically oriented sidewall between the upper inlet and bottom discharge, wherein the sidewall defines a perimeter

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PATENT JOURNAL 71: ICA Laboratories CC 72: SCHREUDER, Wouter, ALBELDAS, Michael 33: ZA 31: 2011/02048 32: 2011/03/17 54: A FUNGICIDAL COMPOSITION 00: The invention provides synergistic fungicidal compositions, for use in the treatment or control of plant diseases caused by or associated with phytopathogenic fungi. The compositions comprise at least one conazole fungicide and at least one fungicidal compound which is a fungicidal volatile oil. The conazole fungicides are selected from imazalil, prochloraz, propiconazole, tebuconazole, epoxiconazole, flusilazole and metal complexes thereof. The fungicidal volatile oils are selected from fungicidal C6-C12 aldehydes, fungicidal C6-C12 alcohols, fungicidal C6-C12 carboxylic acids and fungicidal C6-C12 esters. The preferred conazole fungicides are imazalil, prochloraz and the preferred fungicidal volatile oil is n-hexanal. 21: 2013/06308 22: 2013/08/21 43: 2014/02/21 51: B66B, E21D, E21F, H02G 71: Master Drilling (Pty) Limited 72: JORDAAN, Barend Jacobus 33: ZA 31: 2010/05023 32: 2010/09/15 54: INTEGRAL HOISTING CABLE ARRANGEMENT 00: An integral hoisting cable arrangement for a shaft maintenance device is provided, the cable arrangement having a first end that is connectable to the shaft maintenance device and a second end that is connectable to a hoist drum to enable the cable, and thus the shaft maintenance device, to be raised out of and lowered into a drilled shaft as needed. The cable arrangement integrally comprises at least a support cable to support the shaft maintenance device, a data network cable to facilitate communications between the shaft maintenance device and a remote control station, and a power conducting cable to conduct electrical power to the shaft maintenance device. In an embodiment, the hoist drum is mounted to an overhead gantry.

troughs from aluminum production, wherein the cathode material is put into a shaft furnace and, in order to gasify carbon, is subjected to a thermal treatment in the shaft furnace at a temperature above the ignition temperature of the carbon and above the evaporation temperature of toxic substances contained in the used cathode material, the reaction gases are conducted concurrent with the carbon in a first longitudinal section of the shaft furnace and countercurrent to the carbon in a second longitudinal section of the shaft furnace, wherein the reaction gases are drawn from a region of the shaft furnace having an enlarged crosssection between said longitudinal sections and are preferably subjected to an aftertreatment.

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21: 2013/06310 22: 2013/08/21 43: 2014/02/21 51: C07D 71: Pfizer Inc. 72: ASPNES, Gary Erik, DIDIUK, Mary Theresa, FILIPSKI, Kevin James, GUZMAN-PEREZ, Angel, LEE, Esther Cheng Yin, PFEFFERKORN, Jeffrey Allen, STEVENS, Benjamin Dawson, TU, Meihua Mike 33: US 31: 61/440,578 32: 2011/02/08 54: GLUCAGON RECEPTOR MODULATOR 00: The present invention provides a compound of Formula (I) or a pharmaceutically acceptable salt thereof wherein R1, R2, R3, A1, A2, A3, A4, L, B1, B2, B3 and B4 are as defined herein. The compounds of Formula I have been found to act as glucagon antagonists or inverse agonists. Consequently, the compounds of Formula I and the pharmaceutical compositions thereof are useful for the treatment of diseases, disorders, or conditions mediated by glucagon.

21: 2013/06312 22: 2013/08/21 43: 2014/02/24 51: A61F 71: Swemac Innovation AB 72: STER, Lars 33: SE 31: 1150197-0 32: 2011/03/04 54: PROSTHESIS FOR ARTHRODHESIS 00: A prosthesis for primary artrodhesis can be used for artroplasty and a prosthesis for artro- plasty comprises members for artrodhesis. The prosthesis (1 b) for primary artrodhesis comprises a locking member (33b) with an attachment portion (16b) which is insertable into a hole (8b) in a first attachment member (4b) of the prosthesis for location of the locking member therein, and a lockable member (34b) integral with a second attachment member (5b) of the prosthesis. The lockable member (34b) is configured for adjustable setting thereof relative to the locking member (33b) and for fixation thereof, in set position, to the locking member. Alternatively, the lockable member comprises an attachment portion which is insertable into a hole in the second attachment member for location of the lockable member therein. At the prosthesis for artroplasty, the hole in the first screwlike attachment member is partly configured to define a press fit with an attachment pin of a socket member and partly threaded to permit, after removal of the socket member, during artrodhesis, securing by screwing in the hole of the locking member for cooperation with a lockable member which is configured for adjustable setting thereof relative to the locking member and for fixation thereof, in set position, to the locking member.

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PATENT JOURNAL is located a radial position from the bit axis that is intermediate the radial positions of the at least two conical cutting elements.

21: 2013/06316 22: 2013/08/21 43: 2014/02/21 51: A61K, C07D 71: DemeRX, Inc. 72: MASH, Deborah C., MORIARTY, Robert M., GLESS, Richard D. 33: US 31: 61/436,511 32: 2011/01/26 54: METHODS AND COMPOSITIONS FOR PREPARING NORIBOGAINE FROM VOACANGINE 00: Disclosed are methods and compositions for preparing and purifying the non-addictive alkaloid noribogaine. 21: 2013/06315 22: 2013/08/21 43: 2014/02/24 51: E21B 71: Smith International, Inc. 72: AZAR, Michael G., DURAIRAJAN, Bala, KESHAVAN, Madapusi K. 33: US 31: 61/441,319 32: 2011/02/10 54: KERFING HYBRID DRILL BIT AND OTHER DOWNHOLE CUTTING TOOLS 00: A drill bit for drilling a borehole in earth formations may include a bit body having a bit axis and a bit face; a plurality of blades extending radially along the bit face; and a plurality of cutting elements disposed on the plurality of blades, the plurality of cutting elements comprising: at least one cutter comprising a substrate and a diamond table having a substantially planar cutting face; and at least two conical cutting elements comprising a substrate and a diamond layer having a conical cutting end, wherein in a rotated view of the plurality of cutting elements into a single plane, the at least one cutter 21: 2013/06318 22: 2013/08/21 43: 2014/02/21 51: B01J, B24D, E21B 71: Baker Hughes Incorporated 72: DIGIOVANNI, Anthony A. 33: US 31: 13/032,192 32: 2011/02/22 54: METHODS OF FORMING POLYCRYSTALLINE COMPACTS, CUTTING ELEMENTS AND EARTHBORING TOOLS 00: Methods of forming a polycrystalline compact using at least one metal salt as a sintering aid. Such methods may include forming a mixture of the at least one metal salt and a plurality of grains of hard material and sintering the mixture to form a hard polycrystalline material. During sintering, the metal salt may melt or react with another compound to form a liquid that acts as a lubricant to promote rearrangement and packing of the grains of hard material. The metal salt may, thus, enable formation of hard polycrystalline material having increased density, abrasion resistance, or strength. The metal

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PATENT JOURNAL 72: FERNANDES, Desmond Brian, ELLWOOD, Pamela Lee 33: ZA 31: 2011/02483 32: 2011/04/04 54: THE TREATMENT OF VIRAL INFECTIONS 00: The invention provides low concentration, stable compositions for the treatment of lesions associated with herpes viral infections. The compositions are in a form selected from creams and gels containing trichloroacetic acid in an amount of between 2.5 % (m/m) and 6% (w/w) of the weight of the cream or gel. Preferably the cream contains about 5% and the gel about 2,5% of the trichloroacetic acid. 21: 2013/06343 22: 2013/08/22 43: 2014/02/24 51: F01D, F04D 71: MechCal (Proprietary) Limited 72: VIVIERS, Stephan Sebastiaan, MINGES, Michael Valentin 33: ZA 31: 2012/03729 32: 2012/05/22 54: A ROTARY FAN ASSEMBLY 00: This invention relates to a rotary fan assembly 10 and to a method of assembling a rotary fan assembly 10. The fan assembly 10 includes a fan motor 12, which includes a driveshaft 14 which is rotatable about a drive axis X, and a circular cylindrical shroud or outer barrel 16 which surrounds the motor 12 and is concentric with the drive axis X. The motor 12 is centrally mounted within the shroud 16 by four, equi-angularly spaced apart, radially extending mounting brackets 18. Each mounting bracket 18 includes a planar, elongate mounting plate 24 and a planar rib 26 which extends radially outwardly from the mounting plate 24. The shroud 16 includes four, equi-angularly spaced apart, axially extending slots 28 which correspond with the mounting brackets 18 such that the slots 28 serve to locate the shroud 16 relative to the motor 12.

salt may also act as a getter to remove impurities (e.g., catalyst material) during sintering. The methods may also be employed to form cutting elements and earth-boring tools.

21: 2013/06328 22: 2013/08/22 43: 2014/02/24 51: A61K, A61P, C07D 71: SUVEN LIFE SCIENCES LIMITED 72: NIROGI, Ramakrishna, SHINDE, Anil, Karbhari, DWARAMPUDI, Adi, Reddy, KANDIKERE, Vishwottam, Nagaraj, SARAF, Sangram, Keshari, MULLA, Mohmadsadik, Abdulhamid, KAMBHAMPATI, Ramasastri, DESHPANDE, Amol, Dinakar, JASTI, Venkateswarlu, AHMAD, Ishtiyaque, JAYARAJAN, Pradeep, GANGADASARI, Narasimhareddy 33: IN 31: 520/CHE/2011 32: 2011/02/23 54: NOVEL COMPOUNDS AS HISTAMINE H3 RECEPTOR LIGANDS 00: The present invention relates to novel compounds of formula (I), and their pharmaceutically acceptable salts and compositions containing them. The present invention also relates to a process for the preparation of above said novel compounds, and their pharmaceutically acceptable salts. The compounds of formula (I) are useful in the treatment of various disorders that are related to Histamine H3 receptors.

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21: 2013/06348 22: 2013/08/22 43: 2014/02/24 51: A61K, A61P, C07D 71: Pfizer Inc. 72: CHAPPIE, Thomas Allen, HUMPHREY, John Michael, VERHOEST, Patrick Robert, YANG, Eddie, HELAL, Christopher John 33: US 31: 61/445,617 32: 2011/02/23 54: IMIDAZO[5,1-f][1,2,4]TRIAZINES FOR THE TREATMENT OF NEUROLOGICAL DISORDERS 00: The present invention relates to compounds of Formula (I) and pharmaceutically acceptable salts thereof, to processes for the preparation of, intermediates used in the preparation of, and compositions containing such compounds and the uses of such compounds as a method for the treatment of a disease or condition selected from the group consisting of central nervous system disorders, cognitive disorders, schizophrenia, dementia and other disorders in a mammal.

21: 2013/06349 22: 2013/08/22 43: 2014/02/25 51: D01D, D01F 71: YOU, In-Sik, SEOK, Myeong-Ho 72: YOU, In-Sik, SEOK, Myeong-Ho 33: KR 31: 10-2011-0029796 32: 2011/03/31 54: SYNTHETIC FIBER CONTAINING PLANT FATTY ACIDS, AND METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING SAME 00: The present invention relates to a synthetic fiber containing plant fatty acids and to a method for manufacturing same. The method for manufacturing the synthetic fiber according to the present invention involves enabling polymeric materials for forming a fiber to contain 0.1 to 10.0 wt % of plant fatty acids, and melt-spinning the polymeric materials using a conventional method. The synthetic fiber manufactured by the method of the present invention contains 0.01 to 10.0 wt % plant fatty acids, and emits the scent of a plant. Not only are the basic physical properties, such as strength and elongation, of the synthetic fiber manufactured by the method of the present invention superior to those of general synthetic fibers, but the bulkiness, expansion and contraction, whiteness, touch, hygroscopicity, dyeing properties, gloss properties, etc., thereof are significantly excellent. The synthetic fiber of the present invention exhibits antistatic performance and emits the scent of a plant, and therefore can be widely used as a material for high-quality clothing. [Index words] synthetic fiber, strength, elongation, gloss properties, plant fatty acids, appearance features.

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PATENT JOURNAL centrally located baked item form a consumable unit together with at least a portion of the moulded body. Further, at least one portion of at least one baked item is not covered with the first food mass and is visible from at least one side of the moulded body.

21: 2013/06351 22: 2013/08/22 43: 2014/02/24 51: A61K, A61L, C11B 71: Givaudan SA 72: BROOKS, Matthew Peter 33: GB 31: 1104766.9 32: 2011/03/22 54: MALODOUR COUNTERACTING COMPOSITIONS 00: A malodour-counteracting composition comprising (i) a salt of general formula (I) R1R2R3R4N+ X' wherein R1, R2, R3, R4 are independently selected from C1-4 alkyl, or R1, R2, R3, R4 may together constitute a nitrogen-containing cyclic system in which the nitrogen is part of a pyridinium or an iraidazolinium ring; and X' is a counterion characterised by its protonated form having an acidity constant (pKa) lying between 1 and 6; and (ii) an alpha, beta-unsaturated carbonyl compound of the general formula R5R6C=CR7C(=O)YR8 (II) wherein R5, R6, R7 and R8 are independently selected from hydrogen and C1-10 hydrocarbyl residues which may be saturated, unsaturated, aromatic, cyclic, branched or unbranched, and are optionally substituted, or R5, R6, R7 and R8 may together constitute a cyclic system and Y is oxygen or a single covalent bond, with the proviso that Y is a covalent bond when R8 is hydrogen. The composition may be incorporated, into consumer products and is able to remove malodours from the air or from surfaces. 21: 2013/06353 22: 2013/08/22 43: 2014/02/24 51: A61L, C12N 71: Amgen Inc. 72: HART, Roger, BOYCHYN, R. Michael 33: US 31: 61/445,988 32: 2011/02/23 54: CELL CULTURE MEDIA FOR UVC EXPOSURE AND METHODS RELATED THERETO 00: The invention relates to cell culture media optimized for exposure to ultraviolet C (UVC) light exposure and related methods. 21: 2013/06354 22: 2013/08/22 43: 2014/02/24 51: A21D 71: Kraft Foods R & D, Inc. 72: LABERDURE-NEDDER, Aurelie, RAPP, JeanPhilippe, HOUSSEMAND, Philippe 33: EP 31: 11155965.4 32: 2011/02/25 54: FOOD PRODUCT WITH A MOULDED BODY 00: The food product of the invention comprises at least one moulded body. The moulded body comprises a food mass and an array of baked items or a substantially centrally located baked item. At least one member of the array of baked items or the

21: 2013/06355 22: 2013/08/22 43: 2014/02/24 51: A21D, A23L, B02B, B02C 71: Intercontinental Great Brands LLC 72: HAWLEY, Derwin G., HOWEY, Edward D., CLEAVER, William H., DERRICK, Desiree S., HAYNES, Lynn C., ZHOU, Ning, ZHAO, Bin, HANSEN, Timothy S., CASSONE, Dominic R., GABRIEL, Sarwat 33: US 31: 61/457,315 32: 2011/02/24 54: STABILIZED WHOLE GRAIN FLOUR AND METHOD OF MAKING 00: Stabilized whole grain flours having a fine particle size and which exhibit good baking functionality are produced with high throughput using two bran and germ fractions and an endosperm fraction. One bran and germ fraction is a coarse fraction which is subjected to two stage grinding, but the second bran and germ fraction is a low ash, fine bran and germ fraction which is sufficiently fine so that it does not need to be subjected to grinding thereby reducing starch damage and increasing production with reduced grinding equipment load. Portions of the coarse bran and germ fraction which are ground in the first grinding stage to a sufficient fineness are separated out and not subjected to additional grinding further reducing starch damage and increasing production. The bran and germ fractions may be combined, subjected to stabilization, and combined with the endosperm fraction to obtain a stabilized whole grain flour. 21: 2013/06369 22: 23/08/2013 43: 25/02/2014 51: F03B 71: YU YUN-CHANG 72: YU YUN-CHANG 33: TW 31: 101133752 32: 2012/09/14

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PATENT JOURNAL 72: MAISONS CHRISTOPHE, REBEL ESTELLE, MEUNIER JULIEN 33: US 31: 61/692.814 32: 2012/08/24 54: PATCH MICROSEISMIC ARRAY AND METHOD 00: 57: Device and method for locating a microseismic event taking place in a subsurface of the earth. The method includes receiving a location of a well; identifying inaccessible locations for seismic receivers on a surface next to the well; distributing patches of the seismic receivers on the surface above the well, and around the inaccessible locations; and recording seismic data with the seismic receivers.

54: WAVE POWER CONVERTING DEVICE 00: 57: A wave power converting device includes a platform, a plurality of first and second fluid guide assemblies and floating assembly. The platform has a retaining post anchored to an underwater ground. The first and second fluid guide assemblies are disposed underwater so that the water could flow into the first and second fluid guide assemblies. The floating assembly could be moved up and down relative to the platform so as to press the water upwardly through the first and second fluid guide assemblies to a reservoir. Under this arrangement, the energy potential of the water in the reservoir can be converted into electrical power.

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21: 2013/06372 22: 21/08/2013 43: 24/02/2014 51: G01N 71: SKARBOVIG NILS MITTET 72: SKARBOVIG NILS MITTET 33: ZA 31: 2011/03695 32: 2011/05/19 54: TEXTILE STRENGTH TESTING EQUIPMENT 00: 57: Textile strength testing equipment is provided comprising a generally horizontal immovable floor having formations typically in the form of rails that operatively anchor one or more feet of each of multiple columns spaced apart with horizontal positions of individual columns being adjustable. The upper ends of the columns are provided with attachment means for attaching a textile test specimen thereto. A centrally positioned generally vertical pneumatic or hydraulic ram is provided for moving a textile engaging structure generally vertically upwards beyond the level of upper ends of

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the multiple columns. The height of the columns is from about 1 to about 2.metres and the size of the floor is up to about 7.5 m by about 7.5 m or more. Preferably the floor has inwardly lipped channel sectioned rails embedded in a concrete floor with the rails radiating from a central position in which the ram is located towards the centres of each side of a square floor and towards the four corners thereof. The pneumatic or hydraulic ram is accommodated in a generally vertical well that may be a suitable prefabricated vertical concrete pipe buried in a suitable excavation at the centre of the floor.

21: 2013/06374 22: 2013/08/23 43: 2014/02/24 51: A61B 71: SMITH & NEPHEW INC. 72: TAKEUCHI, Yoshiro 33: JP 31: 2011-170653 32: 2011/08/04 33: JP 31: 2011-053838 32: 2011/03/11 54: CUTTING INSTRUMENT 00: A cutting instrument including: an elongated member including a tubular portion and a shaft-like portion inserted in the tubular portion; a blade including two edges, the blade being provided at an end of the elongated member; an operation portion moving the tubular portion and the shaft-like portion relative to each other; and a motion mechanism that converts a relative movement of the tubular portion and the shaft-like portion resulting from an operation of the operation portion into pivoting of the blade between a housed position and a projected position.

21: 2013/06391 22: 2013/08/23 43: 2014/02/24 51: A61K, A61P 71: Anterios, Inc. 72: EDELSON, Jonathan, KOTYLA, Timothy, THEOBALD, Klaus 33: US 31: 61/435,780 32: 2011/01/24 54: NANOPARTICLE COMPOSITIONS 00: The present invention describes novel nanoparticle compositions, and systems and methods utilizing them for treating disorders and/or conditions associated with the epidermal and/or dermal level of the skin. Such disorders include acne, hyperhidrosis, bromhidrosis, chromhidrosis, rosacea, hair loss, dermal infection, actinic keratosis, facial wrinkles, muscle contracture, and headache. Methods generally involve administering nanoparticle compositions to the skin. 21: 2013/06392 22: 2013/08/23 43: 2014/02/24

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PATENT JOURNAL invention further relates to ways of producing the catalytic converter. The invention relates to a catalytic converter for the selective catalytic reduction of nitrogen oxides in diesel engine exhaust gases using ammonia or a precursor compound that can be decomposed to form ammonia as a reductant. The catalytic converter contains two coatings, which are applied to a substrate body and which lie one over the other, of which the first coating, which is applied directly to the substrate body, contains a transition-metal-exchanged zeolite and/or a transition-metal-exchanged zeolite-like compound and actively catalyzes the SCR reaction. The second coating is applied to the first coating in such a way that the second coating covers the first coating on the exhaust gas side. The second coating is such that the second coating prevents hydrocarbons present in the exhaust gas and having at least three C atoms from contacting the layer lying thereunder, without blocking the passage of nitrogen oxides and ammonia to the first coating. The second coating can be made of small-pored zeolites and/or small-pored zeolite-like compounds, and of suitable oxides, in particular silicon dioxide, germanium dioxide, aluminum oxide, titanium oxide, tin oxide, cerium oxide, zirconium dioxide, and mixtures thereof. In addition the catalytic converter itself, the invention further relates to ways of producing the catalytic converter.

51: A61K 71: Anterios, Inc. 72: EDELSON, Jonathan, KOTYLA, Timothy, THEOBALD, Klaus 33: US 31: 61/435,749 32: 2011/01/24 54: COMPOSITIONS OF EMPTY NANOPARTICLES AND THEIR USE FOR TREATING DERMATOLOGICAL CONDITIONS 00: The present invention describes systems and methods for treating disorders and/or conditions associated with the dermal level of the skin. Such disorders include acne, hyperhidrosis, bromhidrosis, chromhidrosis, rosacea, hair loss, dermal infection, and/or actinic keratosis, among others. Methods generally involve administering provided compositions to the skin. 21: 2013/06394 22: 2013/08/23 43: 2014/02/25 51: B01D, F01N 71: Umicore AG & Co. KG 72: SOEGER, Nicola, ADELMANN, Katja, SEYLER, Michael, PAULY, Thomas R., JESKE, Gerald 33: EP 31: 11001789.4 32: 2011/03/03 54: SCR CATALYTIC CONVERTER HAVING IMPROVED HYDROCARBON RESISTANCE 00: The invention relates to a catalytic converter for the selective catalytic reduction of nitrogen oxides in diesel engine exhaust gases using ammonia or a precursor compound that can be decomposed to form ammonia as a reductant. The catalytic converter contains two coatings, which are applied to a substrate body and which lie one over the other, of which the first coating, which is applied directly to the substrate body, contains a transition-metalexchanged zeolite and/or a transition-metalexchanged zeolite-like compound and actively catalyzes the SCR reaction. The second coating is applied to the first coating in such a way that the second coating covers the first coating on the exhaust gas side. The second coating is such that the second coating prevents hydrocarbons present in the exhaust gas and having at least three C atoms from contacting the layer lying thereunder, without blocking the passage of nitrogen oxides and ammonia to the first coating. The second coating can be made of small-pored zeolites and/or smallpored zeolite-like compounds, and of suitable oxides, in particular silicon dioxide, germanium dioxide, aluminum oxide, titanium oxide, tin oxide, cerium oxide, zirconium dioxide, and mixtures thereof. In addition the catalytic converter itself, the

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PATENT JOURNAL 21: 2013/06411 22: 2013/08/26 43: 2014/02/28 51: A61K, A61P 71: CIPLA LIMITED 72: MALHOTRA, Geena, PURANDARE, Shrinivas Madhukar 33: IN 31: 446/MUM/2011 32: 2011/02/17 33: IN 31: 694/MUM/2011 32: 2011/03/11 33: IN 31: 953/MUM/2011 32: 2011/03/28 33: IN 31: 1535/MUM/2011 32: 2011/05/19 33: IN 31: 1534/MUM/2011 32: 2011/05/19 33: IN 31: 1613/MUM/2011 32: 2011/05/31 33: IN 31: 1965/MUM/2011 32: 2011/07/07 33: IN 31: 1966/MUM/2011 32: 2011/07/07 54: COMBINATION OF GLYCOPYRROLATE AND A BETA2-AGONIST 00: The present invention relates to pharmaceutical compositions for inhalation comprising glycopyrrolate, a beta2-agonist, and optionally an inhaled corticosteroid; to a process for preparing such compositions and to the use of such compositions for the prevention and/or treatment of respiratory, inflammatory or obstructive airway disease. 21: 2013/06415 22: 2013/08/26 43: 2014/02/28 51: G01N 71: GLAXOSMITHKLINE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY (No.2) LIMITED 72: QIN, Donghui, LIAO, Xiangmin, KNOX, Andrew, Nicholson, FANG, Yuhong, HOFFMAN, James, SPLETSTOSER, Jared, T., KARPINSKI, Joseph, M., AUBART, Kelly, M., BENOWITZ, Andrew, B., SHI, Dongchuan 33: US 31: 61/450,784 32: 2011/03/09 54: PEPTIDE DEFORMYLASE INHIBITORS 00: The present invention relates to a compound of Formula (I), or a pharmaceutically acceptable salt thereof, corresponding pharmaceutical compositions, compound preparation and treatment methods directed to bacterial infections and inhibition of bacterial peptide deformylase (PDF) activity.

21: 2013/06395 22: 2013/08/23 43: 2014/02/24 51: A61K, A61P 71: National Defense Education and Research Foundation 72: HU, Oliver Yaopu, YOUNG, Tonho, HSIONG, Chenghuei, CHANG, Wenliang, SHIH, Tungyuan, HO, Hsintien 54: NEW LOW SIDE EFFECT PHARMACEUTICAL COMPOSITION CONTAINING ANTITUBERCULOSIS DRUGS 00: A pharmaceutical composition for treating tuberculotic diseases with no side effect /low side effect is provided by the present invention, which contains pharmaceutically effective amount of one or more compounds chosen from isoniazid, rifampin, pyrazinamide and ethambutol, and pharmaceutically effective amount of substances which can reduce the side effect of the antituberculosis agents. 21: 2013/06397 22: 2013/08/23 43: 2014/02/26 51: B67B 71: Closure Systems International, Inc. 72: ZEMLIN, Karl E. 33: US 31: 61/448,749 32: 2011/03/03 54: CAPPING CHUCK ASSEMBLY 00: A capping chuck assembly embodying the present invention comprises an outer chuck housing, and inner, central guide disc upon which a plurality of circumferentially spaced gripper segments are mounted. Each gripper segment includes an inner jaw portion for engagement with an associated closure, and an outer cam surface. The outer chuck housing defines a plurality of inwardly facing, cam drive surfaces positioned for respective engagement with the outer cam surfaces of the gripper segments, so that rotational drive of the outer chuck housing collectively drives the gripper segments and guide disc to urge the segments radially into engagement with an associated closure.

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PATENT JOURNAL 71: LABUSCHAGNE, Cornelia Petronella Johanna 72: LABUSCHAGNE, Cornelia Petronella Johanna 33: ZA 31: 2012/03912 32: 2012/05/29 54: A SAFETY HARNESS AND A KIT FOR SECURING A DOMESTIC ANIMAL IN A VEHICLE 00: This invention relates to a securing arrangement 10 and a kit for securing a domestic animal, for e.g. a dog 23, in a vehicle which includes a conventional seat belt arrangement. The securing arrangement 10 comprises a seat belt extension 12 which includes male 18 and female 19 seat belt connectors which are configured to connect to female and male connectors of the seat belt arrangement, respectively; and a safety harness 11 which includes two pairs of snap fasteners 14 for releasably securing the safety harness 11 to the dog. The harness 11 further includes a sleeve 9 which is configured to receive at least a portion of the seat belt extension 12 therethrough in a configuration in which the connectors 18 and 19 of the seat belt extension 12 engage the male and female connectors of the seat belt arrangement.

21: 2013/06416 22: 2013/08/26 43: 2014/02/26 51: A61K, A61P, C07D 71: ALLERGAN, INC., EXONHIT THERAPEUTICS SA 72: DONELLO, John, E., TAVERNE, Thierry, YANG, Rong, CASAGRANDE, Anne-Sophie, DESIRE, Laurent, J.R., PANDO, Matthew, P., CHAUVIGNAC, Cedric, LEBLOND, Bertrand, BEAUSOLEIL, Eric 33: US 31: 61/444,566 32: 2011/02/18 54: SUBSTITUTED 6,7-DIALKOXY-3ISOQUINOLINOL DERIVATIVES AS INHIBITORS OF PHOSPHODIESTERASE 10 (PDE10A) 00: The invention relates to compounds of the formula wherein R', R1 through R7 and Ar are as defined herein. These compounds are useful as inhibitors of phosphodiesterase 10 (PDE10A) which are useful in treating central nervous system diseases such as psychosis and also in treating, for example, obesity, type II diabetes, metabolic syndrome, glucose intolerance, pain and ophthalmic diseases.

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33: US 31: 61/436,997 32: 2011/01/27 54: PERFORMING MOTION VECTOR PREDICTION FOR VIDEO CODING 00: In general, techniques are described for performing motion vector prediction for video coding. An apparatus comprising a motion compensation unit may implement the techniques. The motion compensation unit determines spatial candidate motion vectors (MVPs) associated with a current portion of a video frame and prunes the spatial candidate motion vectors to remove duplicates without removing a temporal candidate motion vector. The motion compensation unit selects one of the temporal candidate motion vector or one of the spatial candidate motion vectors remaining after pruning as a selected candidate motion vector based on a motion vector predictor (MVP) index signaled in a bitstream and performs motion compensation based on the selected candidate motion vector. 21: 2013/06432 22: 2013/08/26 43: 2014/02/28 51: A63F, G07F 71: TCS JOHN HUXLEY AUSTRALIA PROPRIETARY LIMITED 72: WITTY, Simon McLaren, JACKSON, Harley David 33: AU 31: 2011900208 32: 2011/01/24 54: LIVE TABLE GAMING AND AUXILIARY MYSTERY PROGRESSIVE JACKPOTS 00: The invention provides a method for playing an auxiliary progressive jackpot game associated with a base, live casino table game. The invention extends to an apparatus for administering the auxiliary game and notifying players of game occurrences including jackpot winners.

21: 2013/06430 22: 2013/08/27 43: 2014/02/27 51: E21D 71: GIDDICCA (PTY) LTD 72: CAWOOD, Martin; PASTORINO, Paulo Ettore; SHEPPARD, James William; VENTER, Dirk Lambert 33: ZA 31: 2012/06734 32: 2012/09/10 54: A FLEXIBLE ROCK ANCHOR 00: The invention provides a rock anchor which includes a flexible tubular member, which contains, or which provides a conduit through which flows, adhesive components of a multi-component adhesive system, the member having an input end and an opposed output end, and a fabric sleeve which covers at least part of the length of the tubular member and into which the adhesive components permeate, when extruded from the output end of the member, to set and harden.

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21: 2013/06434 22: 22/08/2013 43: 24/02/2014 51: A47K, B67D, G01F 71: BRIGHTWELL DISPENSERS LTD 72: PENFOLD TIMOTHY DAVID 33: GB 31: 1217626.9 32: 2012/10/02 54: DISPENSING DEVICE 00: 57: A dispensing device comprising a cylinder, a piston disposed in said cylinder and moveable therein in a priming direction and in a dispensing direction, a first spring means biasing said piston to move in said priming direction at a predetermined rate, and an operating plunger operatively connectable to said piston and moveable along a path to move said piston in said dispensing direction, in which said operating plunger comprises engagement means and is moveable between an engaged position in which said engagement means are operatively connected to said piston and movement of said operating plunger along said path is transmitted to said piston, and a disengaged position in which said engagement means are operatively disconnected from said piston and movement of said operating plunger along said path is independent of said piston, and in which said engagement means are arranged such that movement of said operating plunger between said engaged and disengaged positions is of a different kind to movement along said path.

21: 2013/06450 22: 2013/08/27 43: 2014/02/27 51: B42F 71: Deltaclip International B.V. 72: VAN DEN BOGAARD, Johannes Adrianus, VAN DEN BOGAARD, Josephus Petrus Theodorus, VAN DEN BOGAARD, Theodorus Franciscus 33: NL 31: 1038563 32: 2011/02/04 54: DEVICE FOR HOLDING TOGETHER A STACK OF SHEETS 00: The invention relates to a device for holding together a stack of sheets which has a good binding quality, is simple, intuitive and quick to attach, offers multiple functionalities, uses sustainable materials and can be used safely. Because of the simple construction the invention can be manufactured cheaply and quickly and offers a good solution for the business market, wherein speed of attachment, good binding quality and a sustainable appearance together with the combined functionalities (joining paper, promotional expression by means of printed logos on the clip, marking possibilities) offers added value in comparison with existing solutions. For the retail market the invention also offers a good alternative to existing solutions. Certain embodiments of the invention are cheap, sustainable, function well and offer numerous possibilities for applications. The function of the invention is based on a number of basic principles, the most important of which are: visually clearly distinguished areas renders the use intuitive, by using a lever arm effect the effort required for fixing is minimized, by using, in certain embodiments, an adhesive layer or a retaining system the fixing requires particularly few actions, whereby the invention is simple, intuitive and functions appropriately.

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21: 2013/06466 22: 20/08/2013 43: 21/02/2014 51: B07B 71: TEGA INDUSTRIES LIMITED 72: YAVER IMAM SYED 33: - 31: - 32: 54: SCREEN PANEL 00: 57: A screen panel for mining and quarrying industries adapted to be mounted on a screen deck, including a screening surface made up of materials such as herein described formed on a reinforcing, said screening surface having suitably designed apertures of desired shape for allowing materials of desired size to pass through, said, said reinforcing being an external reinforcing (2), whereby screening efficiency of said screen panel is substantially enhanced. 21: 2013/06498 22: 27/08/2013 43: 11/03/2014 51: G01B, G01P, G01V 71: GROUNDPROBE PTY LTD 72: CAMPBELL LACHLAN and NOON DAVID 33: AU 31: 2011900272 32: 2011/01/28 54: SLOPE STABILITY ALARM 00: 57: A method of generating an alarm indicating movement of a slope under inspection that sets an alarm if (I), where dX is a first measured displacement, dY is another measured displacement at a chosen difference from dX, and dZ is another measured displacement at a chosen difference from dY, and the corresponding times at which the chosen distances are measured are tA, tB and tC respectively for dX dY and dZ. So that an alarm is set if the ratio of the time taken for the slope to move between dY and dZ compared to moving between dX and dY is less than the ratio of the respective displacements. 21: 2013/06526 22: 2013/08/30 43: 2014/03/04 51: E04B; E05G 71: PAPENFUS, Nicholas Jacques 72: PAPENFUS, Nicholas Jacques 33: ZA 31: 2012/03959 32: 2012/05/31 54: ROLL-OPEN CLOSURE 00: A closure for a structure with protected area wherein the closure has a body with an obstructing panel which is movable, from a remote position, to block the area, by rolling the body.

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21: 2013/06527 22: 30/08/2013 43: 03/03/2014 51: B23C 71: PARAMOUNT SURGIMED LTD 72: KUMAR ABHAY 33: IN 31: 3530/DEL/2012 32: 2012/11/16 54: RETRACTABLE UNIVERSAL SAFETY SCALPEL 00: 57: A retractable safety scalpel comprising a handle having a proximal and a distal section with a longitudinally extending bore defining a housing, and a blade carrier element having a mid-section, a proximal end and a distal end. A blade is slidably mounted within said housing being capable of getting exposed from the end of distal section of said housing. First and second slider elements are secured to said blade carrier element through a recess in the said handle in a slidable arrangement with the said housing and extend externally in an axial direction to move said blade carrier moving the said blade from an un-exposed position to an exposed position and to a position capable of covering and locking permanently the blade member completely within the housing of the handle. Locking means in the housing enable locking of the blade in an un-exposed position to an exposed position.

21: 2013/06528 22: 30/08/2013 43: 03/03/2014 51: A47J 71: VAN WYK PETRUS JAKOBUS and VAN WYK JOHANNES GERHARDUS JACOBUS 72: VAN WYK PETRUS JAKOBUS and VAN WYK JOHANNES GERHARDUS JACOBUS 33: - 31: - 32: 54: BARBEQUE APPARATUS 00: 57: Barbeque apparatus comprising a gridiron and an elongate shaft. The gridiron has a pair of hingedly connected grids. The elongate shaft has a support end and an abutment member. The gridiron has at least two aligned spaced apart locating formations on an outer side of at least one of the grids for receiving the elongate shaft. The gridiron has a first terminal position in which the abutment member of the shaft retains the gridiron in a generally horizontal position by abutting the outer side of the grid having the locating formations from below when in use, and a second terminal position in which the abutment member of the shaft retains the gridiron in a generally horizontal position by abutting the outer side of the grid having the locating formations from above when in use. The gridiron can be inverted between its first terminal position and its second terminal position.

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21: 2013/06533 22: 30/08/2013 43: 03/03/2014 51: A47H, E06B 71: READ LOUISE 72: READ NEVILLE EDWARD 33: ZA 31: 2012/04079 32: 2012/05/31 54: A DOOR DECORATION 00: 57: The Invention relates to a door decoration. The door decoration includes a sheet dimensioned to correspond with a planar side of a door and a design imprinted on one side of the sheet. The door decoration further includes an adhesive layer provided on an opposed side of the sheet.

21: 2013/06571 22: 02/09/2013 43: 05/03/2014 51: A61K, A61P 71: REYNOLDS MAX 72: REYNOLDS MAX 33: GB 31: 1101778.7 32: 2011/02/02, 54: COMPOSITION OF MONOTERPENOIDS HAVING BACTERICIDAL PROPERTIES 00: 57: A composition having bactericidal properties comprising; (a) 30% - 80% of at least one compound having the formula (I) and (b) 10% to 40% of at least one compound of formula (II).

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PATENT JOURNAL plurality of secured positions for operating the mining shuttle car. Forward movement of the joystick control relative to the seat steers the shuttle car about a point in front of the seat, and rearward movement of the joystick control relative to the seat steers the shuttle car about a point behind the seat.

54: DEVICE FOR MONITORING A VEHICLE PARKING PLACE 00: The invention relates to a device for monitoring a parking place (2) for a vehicle (3), having a camera unit (23) which is assigned to the parking place (2), is mounted thereon and has the purpose of recording images of an end-side number plate (10) of the vehicle (3), having a lighting unit (8, 8', 8") which is assigned to the parking space (2), is mounted thereon and has the purpose of projecting a light fan (9), lying in an approximately vertical plane, along a boundary of the parking place (2) as a ground marker (7'), wherein the camera unit (23) lies approximately in the plane of the light fan (9) and has an angle (a) of aperture which includes both the ground marker (7, 7') and the number plate (10).

21: 2013/06595 22: 2013/09/03 43: 2014/03/04 51: B60K 71: JOY MM DELAWARE, INC. 72: PETERSON, Adam, S.; ANDERSON, Douglas, F.; THOMAS, Terry, M.; SUTTON, Darin, M.; ARNOLD, Randy 33: PCT 31: PCT/US2011/026646 32: 2011/03/01 54: SEAT MODULE FOR A MINING VEHICLE 00: A mining shuttle car that trams on underground roadways includes a conveyor system and an operator's compartment adjacent to the conveyor system. The operator's compartment includes a rotatable seat and a control station. The operator's seat module is coupled to one or more joysticks that control the car, and the operator's seat module and the control station are mounted on a rotatable platform so as to be rotatable as a unit between a

21: 2013/06602 22: 03/09/2013 43: 04/03/2014 51: A45D 71: LOZA CEBREROS RAFAEL 72: LOZA CEBREROS RAFAEL 33: - 31: - 32: 54: DEVICE FOR MAKING ARTIFICIAL NAILS 00: 57: The present invention relates to a device for making artificial nails of different lengths and designs, characterized in that they are made from a sheet that has a first smaller side that is straight, two larger sides, each with symmetrical cutaways, the first being a square cutaway, close to the straight side, the second cutaway being the shape of an arch, which is made up of a straight section with two curves at the extremities thereof and the second smaller side, in the central part thereof has a cutaway with an undulating shape creating two "curved valleys" and one "curved crest", followed by a straight side in each of the extremities thereof; a dotted line of symmetry, diagonal dotted lines creating a pair of symmetrical surfaces acting as internal flaps; dotted lines perpendicular to each straight side; a central surface, formed in the device when the internal and external flaps are removed; a removable cover, with the ergonomic design of a human nail; a template, engraved on the central

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surface on which the artificial nail is formed. Finally, the present invention discloses a means for manufacturing a thumbnail.

21: 2013/06705 22: 06/09/2013 43: 06/03/2014 51: C12M, C12Q, G01N 71: THE GOVERNING COUNCIL OF THE UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 72: NAYYAR RAKESH KUMAR, DOU JAMES JIAHUA, CHEN LU, AITCHISON JAMES STEWART 33: US 31: 61/449.840 32: 2011/03/07 54: METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR PORTABLE CELL DETECTION AND ANALYSIS USING MICROFLUIDIC TECHNOLOGY 00: 57: The present invention is a method and a system of cell detection and analysis. The present invention may incorporate at least an optical source, a fluidic chip and a detection module. Cells may be caused to flow within the fluidic chip and specifically past a detection window section accessible by the optical source. The flowing cells may be identified and/or analyzed. The detection module may specifically count the cells of interest as they flow past the detection window section of the chip. The detection module may further be operable to generate or otherwise capture images of the cells as they flow past the window and to use these images collectively for the purpose of analyzing the cells. The present invention may be portable and operable in remote locations.

21: 2013/06734 22: 03/09/2013 43: 04/03/2014 51: A61K, A61P 71: LUPIN LIMITED 72: KATKAR GANESH, JAHAGIRDAR HARSHAL, DALAL SATISH KUMAR, KULKARNI SHIRISHKUMAR 33: IN 31: 358/KOL/2011 32: 2011/03/17 54: CONTROLLED RELEASE PHARMACEUTICAL COMPOSITIONS OF SELECTIVE SEROTONIN REUPTAKE INHIBITOR 00: 57: The present invention provides a controlled release pharmaceutical composition comprising selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor and a process for preparation thereof. The controlled release pharmaceutical composition comprises: a depositcore comprising a selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor, one or more controlled release agent(s) and one or more pharmaceutically acceptable excipient(s), a support-platform applied to the deposit-core, a controlled release coating and, an immediate release coating comprising a selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor and one or more pharmaceutically acceptable excipient(s). 21: 2013/06773 22: 2013/09/10 43: 2014/03/11 51: A01H 71: PIONEER HI-BRED INTERNATIONAL, INC. 72: COPE, Jason M. 33: US 31: 61/466,350 32: 2011/03/22 54: APPARATUSES AND METHODS FOR EVALUATING AND SORTING POLLEN AND PLANTS 00: A method for sorting pollen containing genetic elements of interest may include associating a genetic marker with seeds defining the genetic elements of interest, growing plants from the seeds, collecting pollen from the seeds, evaluating the

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PATENT JOURNAL mechanism configured to selectively activate the flow source. The apparatus may or may not apply an electrical charge to the grains of pollen. Related methods may include steps of collecting pollen, inserting the pollen into a pollen storage container, connecting the pollen storage container to a dispensing device such as the above-described apparatus, and dispensing the pollen from the pollen storage container with the dispensing device. Known grains of pollen may be dispensed to create predetermined gamete crosses with known plants. Further, an outlet of a fan which dispenses the pollen from the pollen storage container or other parts of the dispensing device may be cleaned when swapping the pollen storage container to prevent cross-contamination.

pollen for presence of the genetic markers, and sorting the pollen based on presence or absence of the genetic markers. A method of determining viability of pollen may evaluate the optical density of grains of pollen and compare the optical density to an optical density threshold. Further, a method for identifying plants defining a genetic element of interest may include associating a genetic marker with seeds defining the genetic element of interest, growing plants from the seeds, and evaluating the plants for presence of the genetic marker. Additionally, a method for identifying a genotype of pollen may include evaluating pollen via spectral and/or hyperspectral imaging, and comparing the wavelength pattern to known wavelength patterns.

21: 2013/06774 22: 2013/09/10 43: 2014/03/11 51: A01H 71: PIONEER HI-BRED INTERNATIONAL, INC. 72: COPE, Jason M.; MCAVOY, Bradley T. 33: US 31: 61/466,807 32: 2011/03/23 54: APPARATUS AND METHOD FOR DISPENSING GRAINS OF POLLEN 00: An apparatus configured for dispensing grains of pollen may include a pollen storage container, a flow source configured to dispense the grains of pollen from the pollen storage container, and a control

21: 2013/06827 22: 2013/09/11 43: 2014/03/24 51: G06F, B41J 71: IDEATRON PTY LTD 72: LAMBIE, John 33: AU 31: 2011900452 32: 2011/02/11 54: KEYPAD 00: The invention provides a keypad comprising at least consonant keys and vowel keys such that the vowel keys are arranged in a column between two edge columns of consonant keys, or in a row between two edge rows of consonant keys, wherein the consonant keys other than Z follow an alphabetic progression.

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21: 2013/06868 22: 2013/09/12 43: 2014/03/12 51: H04L 71: COATMEN TECHNOLOGY INTEGRATION LIMITED 72: HO, Chin-Ting 54: ACTIVE CONTACT AND NEAR-FIELD CARD READING DEVICE AND METHOD THEREOF 00: The present invention relates to an active contact and near-field card reading device and a method thereof, which are a device and a method for being attached to a mobile information device to carry out mobile payment and of which the structure includes a transmission cable. The transmission cable has two ends respectively provided with an audio connector and a reading head. The reading head includes an ISO 7816 reading module and an ISO 14443 reading module. With the above described structure and being operated with the following method: (a) inserting an audio connector into an audio jack of a mobile information device; (b) moving a reading head to approach a reading target; and (c) proceeding with a reading operation, by means of the structure and operation method according to the present invention, actively approaching and matching various specifications of electronic identification card can be made to proceed with a reading operation, so that practical advantages of actively approaching and being secure can be achieved.

21: 2013/06889 22: 13/09/2013 43: 13/03/2014 51: H02K 71: WOBBEN PROPERTIES GMBH 72: GERHARD LENSCHOW 33: DE 31: 10 2011 006 681.0 32: 2011/04/01 54: POLE SHOE 00: 57: The invention relates to a pole shoe of an electrical machine, in particular a rotor of an electrical generator of a wind turbine generator system, comprising a pole shoe body for conducting a magnetic field and for receiving a winding for conducting an electrical current, in particular an excitation current, for producing the magnetic field, and at least one heat sink, entirely or partially surrounding the pole shoe body, for cooling the pole shoe, wherein the heat sink is arranged between the pole shoe body and the winding.

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PATENT JOURNAL be a fluorine-free foam composition or a reduced fluorine content foam composition. 21: 2013/06961 22: 17/09/2013 43: 17/03/2014 51: D01D 71: ELMARCO S.R.O. 72: RADIM KRENEK, LENKA HANUSOVA, LADISLAV MARES, MILAN NYDRLE, PAVEL SEJAK, MARTIN PODANY, JAN CMELIK, MICHAL BITTNER, VIT STROMSKY, MIROSLAV MALY 33: CZ 31: PV 2011-212 32: 2011/04/12 54: METHOD FOR APPLICATION OF LIQUID POLYMERIC MATERIAL ONTO SPINNING CORDS AND A DEVICE FOR PRODUCTION OF NANOFIBERS THROUGH ELECTROSTATIC SPINNING 00: 57: The invention relates to a method and a device for application of liquid polymeric material onto the active spinning zone of the cord (2) of the spinning member of the spinning electrode, where the application means moving reversibly along the active spinning zone of the cord (2) in the device for production of nanofibres through electrostatic spinning of liquid material in electrostatic field of high intensity between at least one spinning electrode and against it arranged collecting electrode. The liquid polymeric material is applied onto the cord (2) around its whole circumference without any contact with gaseous environment in the spinning space, where the application means (6) reversibly moves, whereas while the cord (2) is leaving the application means (6) the thickness of the layer of the liquid polymeric material is being reduced and immediately after leaving the application means (6) the process of electrostatic spinning of the liquid polymeric material applied on the cord (2) is started.

21: 2013/06926 22: 16/09/2013 43: 02/12/2013 51: A61K, A61P 71: CESA ALLIANCE S.A. 72: COPPENS CHRISTINE 33: ZA 31: PCT/EP2011/054758 32: 2011/03/28 54: VIRAL INHIBITOR COMPOSITION FOR IN VIVO THERAPEUTIC USE 00: 57: The present invention concerns a pharmaceutical composition comprising a compound of formula A being (2,3(dihydroxy), 5[3(1,2)butadiene], 1(3hydroxy,3methyl,4pentene) benzene) and/or a compound of formula B being (2,3(dihydroxy), 5[3(1,2)butadiene], 2[2methylbutane] benzenal) and/or a compound of formula C being )2,3(dihydroxy), 5[3(1,2)butadiene], 2hydroxy,3butene benzoate) or a combination thereof for use as a medicament or for in vivo use in treatment and prevention of diseases caused by DNA enveloped viruses, DNA non-enveloped viruses, RNA enveloped viruses and RNA nonenveloped viruses. 21: 2013/06932 22: 11/09/2013 43: 12/03/2014 51: A62D 71: EUROSTAR BIDCO LTD 72: SMETT CHANTAL and ROBINET NICOLAS 33: - 31: - 32: 54: FIRE FIGHTING FOAM COMPOSITION 00: 57: A fire fighting foam composition is disclosed comprising water; diutan gum; one or more surfactants; and one or more water-miscible organic solvents. In some exemplary aspects, the foam may

21: 2013/06962 22: 17/09/2013 43: 17/03/2014 51: F42D 71: MARTIN GEORGE PLICHTA 72: MARTIN GEORGE PLICHTA 33: ZA 31: 2012/07180 32: 2012/09/21 54: DELAY ARRANGEMENT 00: 57: The invention discloses a delay arrangement in which there is provided a pyrotechnic path having a

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start end and a discharge end with activation means for initiating a burn at the start end of the pyrotechnic path. The pyrotechnic path is associated with electronic warning means that emits a warning signal to indicate pending or actual initiation of the burn.

21: 2013 22: 2013/09/19 43: 2014/03/19 51: B62M, F16H 71: BEACHY HEAD, Michael Alan 72: BEACHY HEAD, Michael Alan 33: GB 31: 1216727.6 32: 2012/09/19 54: CONTINUOUSLY VARIABLE TRANSMISSION 00: A continuously variable transmission (10) includes aligned input (28) and output (54) pulleys that rotate about parallel input and output rotational axes (14,52), with a belt (66) extending around their circumferences to transfer power from the input pulley to the output pulley. Each of the pulleys (28,54) has a number of pivot elements (22), each with a tread surface (36) that forms part of the circumference of the pulley and each being pivotable about an axis parallel to the rotational axis of the pulley. The pivotal movement of the pivot element (22) is between a retracted position in which the tread surface is close to the rotational axis of the pulley and an extended position in which the tread surface is farther away from the rotational axis of the pulley, to vary the effective radius and circumference of the pulley.

21: 2013/07053 22: 2013/09/17 43: 2014/03/24 51: A23K, C12N 71: ERBER AKTIENGESELLSCHAFT 72: BERLINGER , Marc , KALISZ, Henryk , MODREGGER, Jan, SCHWAB-ANDICS, Christina, LUQUE, Alejandro, REMLER, Peter, PANDJAITAN, Rudy, HERRMANN, Manuela 33: EP 31: 11155883.9 32: 2011/02/24 54: FEED PROCESSING ENYMES 00: The invention relates to a feed supplement for treating a zearalenone (ZON) contaminated feed product comprising a recombinant Gl stable serine hydrolase enzyme, feed products containing such supplement, methods of preparing a grain based feed product and the use of a recombinant serine hydrolase for in situ detoxification of a mycotoxin upon feeding. 21: 2013/07161 22: 25/09/2013 43: 10/03/2014 51: C05G 71: ARYSTA LIFESCIENCE SOUTH AFRICA (PTY) LTD 72: DREYER MARCEL 33: ZA 31: 2013/03848 32: 2013/05/28 54: A SYSTEMIC PESTICIDE COMPOSITION FOR THE TREATMENT OF SUGARCANE INFESTED BY THRIPS. 00: 57: A systemic pesticide composition for the treatment of sugarcane infested by thrips (Thysanoptera: Thripidae), the active ingredient of the pesticide composition comprising a neonicotinoid of the formula C10H11CIN4.

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PATENT JOURNAL The present invention relates to a pillared silicate compound comprising a layered silicate structure, and bridging metal atoms located between adjacent silicate layers of the silicate structure, wherein said bridging metal atoms form at least one covalent bond to each of the adjacent silicate layers, as well as a process for the preparation of a pillared silicate compound, and further includes a pillared silicate compound obtainable and or obtained according to said process, as well as the use of any of the aforementioned pillared silicate compounds. 21: 2013/0945 22: 2013/02/05 43: 2014/02/05 51: C08G 71: BASF SE 72: PEELER, Calvin, T., GARDIN, Greg, WISHNESKI, Todd, W. 33: US 31: 61/362,549 32: 2010/07/08 54: RIGID POLYURETHANE FOAM 00: A rigid polyurethane foam includes the reaction product of a resin composition and an isocyanate composition. The resin composition includes a novolac polyol that has a general chemical structure (I). In this structure, R is an alkyl or alkylene group and the novolac polyol has an average hydroxyl functionality of from 2 to 30 calculated by dividing the weight average molecular weight of the novolac polyol by the equivalent weight of the novolac polyol. The novolac polyol is present in an amount of from 3 to 65 parts by weight per 100 parts by weight of the resin composition.

21: 2013/07388 22: 2013/10/03 43: 2014/04/04 51: F21V 71: JUSTING TECHNOLOGY (TAIWAN) PTE. LTD JUSTING TECHNOLOGY PTE. LTD 72: SU, Chia-Ching, YEN, Chih-Yuan 33: TW 31: 101136701 32: 2012/10/04 54: METHOD OF MAKING A LIGHT-EMITTINGDIODE LAMP TUBE 00: An automatic production method of making a lightemitting-diode lamp tube is disclosed. The method includes providing a circuit board in a shape of a long strip, printing a bonding layer, mounting electronic inserts, heating up the circuit board, assembling a heat dissipation seat, assembling a translucent cover and assembling an end cap, thereby accomplishing the lamp tube. By the abovementioned steps, the light-emitting-diode lamp tube can be produced automatically, the manufacturing process can be simplified to reduce the labor cost, and the yield factor can be improved considerably.

21: 2013/0780 22: 2013/01/30 43: 2014/01/30 51: C01B B01J 71: BASF SE, TOKYO INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 72: YILMAZ, Bilge, MLLER, Ulrich, DE BAERDEMAEKER, Trees, GIES, Hermann, XIAO, Feng-Shou, TATSUMI, Takashi, BAO, Xinhe, ZHANG, Weiping, DE VOS, Dirk 33: CN 31: PCT/CN2010/074920 32: 2010/07/02 54: METAL-BRIDGED PILLARED SILICATE COMPOUNDS AND PROCESS FOR THEIR PRODUCTION 00: -

21: 2013/1111 22: 2013/02/12 43: 2014/02/19 51: C07K A61K A61P 71: EPSHTEIN, Oleg, Iliich 72: EPSHTEIN, Oleg, Iliich, SERGEEVA, Svetlana, Alexandrovna, DOLGOVYH, Liudmila, Fyodorovna, PETROV, Vladimir, Ivanovich 33: RU 31: 2010129291 32: 2010/07/15 33: RU 31: 2010129290 32: 2010/07/15 33: RU 31: 2010129292 32: 2010/07/15 33: RU 31: 2011110106 32: 2011/03/17 54: A COMBINATION PHARMACEUTICAL COMPOSITION AND METHODS OF TREATING DISEASES OR CONDITIONS ASSOCIATED WITH THE CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM

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PATENT JOURNAL especially be a dye solar cell (1 12). The photovoltaic element (110) has at least one first electrode (1 16), at least one n-semiconductive metal oxide (120), at least one electromagnetic radiation-absorbing dye (122), at least one solid organic p-semiconductor (126) and at least one second electrode (132). The p-semiconductor (126) comprises at least one metal oxide (130).

00: The present application provides a pharmaceutical composition for administration to a patient suffering from at least one symptom of a cardiovascular condition, the composition comprising a) an activated-potentiated form of an antibody to angiotensin II AT1 receptor, and b) an activatedpotentiated form of an antibody to endothelial NOsynthase. 21: 2013/1147 22: 2013/02/13 43: 2014/02/13 51: C12N A01H 71: BASF PLANT SCIENCE COMPANY GMBH 72: SANZ MOLINERO, Ana Isabel, VANDENABEELE, Steven 33: US 31: 61/364,847 32: 2010/07/16 33: US 31: 61/366,962 32: 2010/07/23 33: US 31: 61/376,323 32: 2010/08/24 54: PLANTS HAVING ENHANCED YIELDRELATED TRAITS AND METHOD FOR MAKING THE SAME 00: Nucleic acids and the encoded CER2-like polypeptides, Atlg68440-like polypeptides or DEADbox RNA helicase polypeptides are provided. A method of enhancing yield-related traits in plants by modulating expression of nucleic acids encoding CER2-like polypeptides or Atlg68440-like polypeptides is provided. A method of enhancing yield-related traits in plants by reducing or substantially eliminating expression of nucleic acids encoding DEAD-box RNA helicase polypeptides and/or the activity of DEAD-box RNA helicase polypeptides in said plants is provided. Plants with modulated expression of the nucleic acids encoding CER2-like polypeptides or Atlg68440-like polypeptides have enhanced yield-related traits relative to control plants. Plants with reduction or elimination of the expression of endogenous nucleic acids encoding DEAD-box RNA helicase polypeptides have enhanced yield-related traits relative to control plants. 21: 2013/1310 22: 2013/02/20 43: 2014/02/20 51: H01G H01L 71: BASF SE 72: PSCHIRER, Neil, Gregory, BRUDER, Ingmar, SENS, Rdiger, ERK, Peter 33: EP 31: 10170695.0 32: 2010/07/23 54: DYE SOLAR CELL WITH IMPROVED STABILITY 00: A photovoltaic element (110) is proposed for conversion of electromagnetic radiation to electrical energy. The photovoltaic element (1 10) may

21: 2013/1311 22: 2013/02/20 43: 2014/02/20 51: C07D A01N 71: BASF SE 72: SRGEL, Sebastian, DEFIEBER, Christian, LE VEZOUET, Ronan, CULBERTSON, Deborah, L., ANSPAUGH, Douglas, D. 33: US 31: 61/366,542 32: 2010/07/22 54: NOVEL HETARYL (THIO)CARBOXAMIDE COMPOUNDS FOR CONTROLLING INVERTEBRATE PESTS 00: The present invention relates to hetaryl (thio)carboxamide compounds of formula (I), to the tautomers and N-oxides thereof and to the salts thereof wherein X, R1 and A are as defined in the description. The present invention further relates to a method for controlling invertebrate pests, to a method for protecting plant propagation material and/or the plants which grow therefrom, to plant propagation material, comprising at least one hetaryl (thio)carboxamide compound according to the present invention, to a method for treating or protecting an animal from infestation or infection by parasites and to an agricultural composition containing at least one compound according to the present invention.

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PATENT JOURNAL material are sprayed into a reaction furnace (13) to achieve a controllable highly dispersed spin suspension status, and reach the ignition temperature under the high-temperature radiation of the reaction furnace (13) to undergo an intense combustion reaction. Meanwhile, a spin fluid (15) sprayed into the reaction furnace (13) drives the furnace gas, so as to form a reflux protective layer (14) of a relatively low temperature around the spin fluid. The reaction gas (12) in multiple turnaround channels flows along the tangent to enter a swirl generator (2), to form a controllable rotating gas flow. A conical outlet wind speed controller (9) capable of moving vertically is used to control the area of the outlet of the swirl generator (2), and control the speed that the reaction gas (12) enters the reaction furnace (13). A powdered material flow (11) falls freely along the periphery of the reaction gas (12), and is entrained into the high-speed rotating gas flow, so as to form the spin fluid (15) rotating radially at a high speed and moving vertically along the axial direction where the powdered material is highly dispersed in the reaction gas. Also provided is a reactor for implementing the method and capable of stepless adjustment.

21: 2013/1313 22: 2013/02/20 43: 2014/02/20 51: C07D A01N 71: BASF SE 72: MICHROWSKA-PIANOWSKA, Anna Aleksandra, MAJOR, Julia, HUTZLER, Johannes, NEWTON, Trevor William, EVANS, Richard, Roger, KREUZ, Klaus, GROMANN, Klaus, SONG, Dschun, SIMON, Anja, WITSCHEL, Matthias, MOBERG, William Karl, PARRA RAPADO, Liliana, QU, Tao, STELZER, Frank, KRAUS, Helmut, SEITZ, Thomas, VAN DER KLOET, Andree, REINGRUBER, Rdiger 33: EP 31: 10170416.1 32: 2010/07/22 33: US 31: 61/366,535 32: 2010/07/22 54: HERBICIDAL ISOXAZOLO[5,4-B]PYRIDINES 00: The invention relates to isoxazolo[5,4-b]pyridine compounds of formula (I), to the agriculturally useful salts of isoxazolo[5,4-b]pyridine compounds of formula (I), and to their use as herbicides.

21: 2013/1316 22: 2013/02/20 43: 2014/01/30 51: C22B 71: YANGGU XIANGGUANG COPPER CO. LTD. 72: ZHOU, Songlin, LIU, Weidong 33: CN 31: 201110208013.4 32: 2011/07/25 54: A FLOATING ENTRAINMENT METALLURGICAL PROCESS AND REACTOR 00: A spin-suspension-entrainment metallurgical process. A reaction gas (12) and a powdered

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33: DE 31: 10 2010 042 774.8 32: 2010/10/21 54: METHOD FOR PURIFICATION OF MIXTURES COMPRISING MTBE AS WELL AS PRODUCTION OF ISOBUTENE BY SPLITTING OF MIXTURES COMPRISING MTBE 00: The invention relates to a method for the efficient purification of MTBE-containing mixtures and for producing isobutene by cleavage of MTBEcontaining mixtures. Technical MTBE is separated by distillation into a C4- and C5-hydrocarboncontaining top product, an acetone, methanol and MTBE-containing side cut, and an MTBE-containing bottom product. 21: 2013/3645 22: 2013/05/20 43: 2014/02/11 51: E04H E01F 71: SA FENCE AND GATE INVESTMENT HOLDINGS (PTY) LTD 72: GREYLING, Geoffrey, Edward 33: ZA 31: 2010/8258 32: 2010/11/18 54: FENCE AND METHOD FOR ERECTING A FENCE 00: The invention relates to a fence which includes first (12), second (14) and third (16) elongated members. During assembly the first elongated member (12) is pivotally connected to the second elongated member (14), the second elongated member (14) is in turn pivotally connected to the third elongated member (16) whereafter the third elongated member (16) is releasably connected to the first elongated member (12) such that a substantially triangular shaped support structure (18) for erecting the fence is formed.

21: 2013/3646 22: 2013/05/20 43: 2014/02/13 51: C23C C03C 71: AGC GLASS EUROPE 72: LECOMTE, Benoit, WIAME, Hugues, YONEMICHI, Tomohiro 33: EP 31: 10188560.6 32: 2010/10/22 54: MODULAR COATER SEPARATION 00: The invention relates to a process for depositing under vacuum a multilayers coating stack on a flat glass substrate and to a modular coater for the deposit of thin layers on a flat glass substrate. A gas separation zone disposed between two depositing zones of the modular coater comprises at least one gas injector in the vicinity of the convoying path for the glass substrate which passes through apertures from a depositing zone towards the other depositing zone via the separation zone. The invention allows improvement of the separation factor between the two depositing zones.

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21: 2013/3647 22: 2013/05/20 43: 2014/02/13 51: F41J 71: CHRISTENSEN, Selwyn, Peter 72: CHRISTENSEN, Selwyn, Peter 33: ZA 31: 2012/01758 32: 2012/03/05 54: DART CRICKET GAME 00: The invention provides an apparatus for playing a throwing game simulating the sport of cricket. The apparatus comprises a game board defining (a) a playing surface adapted to receive thrown game pieces, and (b) a plurality of target areas arranged on the playing surface, said target areas including a rectangular formation representing a cricket pitch, two smaller formations representing wickets, and a plurality of shapes arranged around the pitch representing fielders. The fielders may each include a target area marked to show that a game piece thrown into such area will result in the loss of a wicket. The game board may define a circular boundary line sandwiched between an outer scoring zone and an inner scoring zone. The apparatus typically further includes a scoreboard marked with at least one word having a meaning selected from the group consisting of balls, bat, batsman, batter, out, overs, runs, 6s and 4s.

21: 2013/3752 22: 2013/05/23 43: 2014/02/13 51: A01N A61K 71: PRESIDIO PHARMACEUTICALS, INC. 72: ZHONG, Min, LI, Leping 33: US 31: 61/406,972 32: 2010/10/26 33: US 31: 61/438,429 32: 2011/02/01 33: US 31: 61/524,220 32: 2011/08/16 54: INHIBITORS OF HEPATITIS C VIRUS 00: A class of compounds that inhibit Hepatitis C Virus (HCV) is disclosed, along with compositions containing the compound, and methods of using the composition for treating individuals infected with HCV. 21: 2013/3754 22: 2013/05/23 43: 2014/02/13 51: B29C B29L 71: NISSEI ASB MACHINE CO., LTD. 72: YAMAGUCHI, Masaki, ANDO, Masatoshi, OGIHARA, Shuichi 33: JP 31: 2010-238199 32: 2010/10/25 54: INJECTION STRETCH BLOW MOLDING DEVICE AND MOLDED PART HEATING DEVICE 00: Provided is an injection stretch blow molding device wherein differences among the molding temperatures in (n) number of batches of blow molding operations are reduced when the number (N) simultaneously injection molded is blow molded by (M) ((M) = (N)/(n)) in the (n) number of batches in 1.5 stage process having both advantages of 1 stage process and 2 stage process. There is disclosed an injection stretch blow molding device

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PATENT JOURNAL holder. The receiver block receives the ultrasonic signals from the contact block and converts the received ultrasonic signals into a digital voltage signal.

having: an injection molding unit (10) which injection molds (N) (N is an integer of two or more) number of preforms; a cooling unit (20) which forcibly cools the (N) number of preforms carried out of the injection molding unit; a heating unit (30) which continuously carries and heats the (N) number of cooled preforms; and a blow molding unit (40) which divides the (N) number of heated preforms in (n) (n is an integer of two or more) number of batches to stretch blow mold (M) ((M) = (N)/(n): (M) is a natural number) number of preforms in (M) number of containers at a time.

21: 2013/3787 22: 2013/05/24 43: 2014/02/11 51: C21C G01K G01N G08C 71: HERAEUS ELECTRO-NITE INTERNATIONAL N.V. 72: CONTI, Richard, F., KUSZYK, Jack, Andrew, RODRIGO, Renuka, SAAR, David, A. 33: US 31: 61/407,513 32: 2010/10/28 54: WIRELESS LANCE 00: A system for wirelessly obtaining a measurement of a characteristic of a molten metal is disclosed. The system includes a contact block configured to be operatively coupled to a first end of a substantially hollow lance holder. The contact block is detachably and electrically coupled to and receives analog signals from a measurement sensor. The contact block converts the received analog signals into ultrasonic signals and transmits the ultrasonic signals through the hollow of the lance holder. A receiver block is configured to be operatively coupled to a second end of the lance holder. The second end is opposite the first end of the lance

21: 2013/3833 22: 2013/05/27 43: 2014/02/24 51: F16D 71: KNORR-BREMSE SYSTEME FR NUTZFAHRZEUGE GMBH 72: CAMILO-MARTINEZ, Jos, BAUMGARTNER, Johann, PAHLE, Wolfgang 33: DE 31: 10 2010 050 103.4 32: 2010/10/29 54: BRAKE LINING FOR A DISK BRAKE 00: The invention relates to a brake lining for a disk brake which can be installed into a wheel that has a size of 22.5", comprising a ring segment-shaped lining support plate (2) which supports a friction lining, the inner radius Ri of which merges with straight bearing surfaces (5) on both sides, and which has two molded-on pressure pieces (3) that are arranged in a mutually spaced manner on the lining support plate rear face that faces away from the friction lining. The brake lining is designed such that the length (L) of the lining support plate (2) is 245 - 250 mm, the inner radius (Ri) is 115 - 135 mm, and the outer radius (Ra) of the lining support plate (2) is 205 - 220 mm.

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21: 2013/3834 22: 2013/05/27 43: 2014/02/13 51: C07K C12N 71: HANMI SCIENCE CO., LTD. 72: CHOI, Sung Chul, KIM, Jin Ki, OH, Young Hak, LEE, Jong Soo 33: KR 31: 10-2010-0106994 32: 2010/10/29 54: METHOD FOR PURIFYING HUMAN GRANULOCYTE-COLONY STIMULATING FACTOR FROM RECOMBINANT E. COLI 00: The present invention provides a method for purifying a large amount of human granulocytecolony stimulating factors (hG-CSFs) from a recombinant E. coli with high yield and purity. According to the method of the present invention, human granulocyte-colony stimulating factor, identical to the native form expressed in the human body, can be easily purified with high yield and purity without an additional activation process. In particular, according to the purification method of the present invention, hG-CSF variants expressed in E. coli are efficiently removed to obtain physiologically active hG-CSFs with high purity.

21: 2013/3854 22: 2013/05/28 43: 2014/02/11 51: E21B F25B F01B 71: SCHWARZ, Marcus, KIRSTEN, Ulf, REICH, Matthias, RNTZSCH, Silke, MERTENS, Florian 72: SCHWARZ, Marcus, KIRSTEN, Ulf, REICH, Matthias, RNTZSCH, Silke, MERTENS, Florian 33: DE 31: 10 2010 050 244.8 32: 2010/10/30 54: DIRECT DRILL BIT DRIVE FOR TOOLS ON THE BASIS OF A HEAT ENGINE 00: In a direct drill bit drive for tools for comminuting brittle materials and penetrating into brittle materials by percussive impact on the basis of a heat engine operated with a gaseous working medium, the heat engine is a hot gas engine operating in accordance with a real Stirling cycle process.

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PATENT JOURNAL catalyst activities and low catalyst use, very high turnover frequencies are achieved. 21: 2013/4317 22: 2013/06/12 43: 2014/02/18 51: A47J 71: BOTHA, Andries, Stephanus 72: BOTHA, Andries, Stephanus 33: ZA 31: 2012/4291 32: 2012/06/12 54: A BARBEQUE DEVICE 00: The barbecue device 10 includes a stand, arms 14, with a first end portion 16 of the arms 14 connected to the stand, and a second end portion 18 of the arms 14 connected to a clamping member 20, wherein the clamping member 20 is held in suspension by the arms 14 connected to the stand.

21: 2013/4113 22: 2013/06/05 43: 2014/02/11 51: C07C C07F 71: EVONIK OXENO GMBH 72: BELLER, Matthias, JACKSTELL, Ralf, JENNERJAHN, Reiko, PIRAS, Irene, FRANKE, Robert 33: DE 31: 10 2010 043 558.9 32: 2010/11/08 54: METHOD FOR HYDROFORMYLATION OF UNSATURATED COMPOUNDS 00: The invention relates to a method for hydroformylation of unsaturated compounds such as olefins and alkynes using mixtures of synthesis gas (CO/H2), in which either the unsaturated compounds and a catalyst are heated to a reaction temperature of 60 to 200C and the synthesis gas is then introduced, or the unsaturated compounds and the catalyst are brought into contact with pure CO at normal temperature in a preformation step, then are heated to reaction temperature and on reaching the reaction temperature the CO is replaced by the synthesis gas. The pressure is 1 to 200 bar and the CO:H2 ratio in the synthesis gas is in the range from 1:1 to 50:1. The iridium catalyst used comprises a phosphorus-containing ligand in an iridium:ligand ratio in the range from 1:1 to 1:100. With high

21: 2013/4840 22: 2013/06/28 43: 2014/02/05 51: A61K 71: NEXMED HOLDINGS, INC. 72: DAMAJ, Bassam B., MARTIN, Richard 33: US 31: 61/418,996 32: 2010/12/02 54: ACTIVE ENANTIOMER OF DODECYL 2-(N,NDIMETHYLAMINO)-PROPIONATE 00: 2R-dodecyl 2-(N,N dimethylamino)-propionate (RDDAIP) provides an unexpectedly improved activity in facilitating transport of a pharmaceutically active compound across biological membranes and tissues, compared to S-DDAIP of the same

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enantiomeric purity, or racemic DDAIP. Purified SDDAIP is also provided.

21: 2013/5105 22: 2013/07/08 43: 2014/02/24 51: F03G F02G 71: VIKING HEAT ENGINES AS 72: NES RISL, Harald 33: NO 31: 20101725 32: 2010/12/10 54: DEVICE AND METHOD FOR ENERGY SUPPLY FOR A THERMAL POWER STATION SYSTEM FOR A BUILDING OR VESSEL 00: A thermal power station system (3) where at least one heat engine (32) is connected to at least one work receiver (34), and the heat engine (32) is arranged to be able to utilise a working fluid alternating between liquid and gas phase, and there in the heat engine (32) is arranged at least one heat exchanger (321) in thermal contact with at least one expansion chamber (322). Also described is a method for energy supply to a building (1) or a vessel (2).

21: 2013/5372 22: 2013/07/17 43: 2014/02/11 51: H04M 71: MOBYDOM LTD 72: HAREL, Zion, WEINER, Avish Jacob 33: US 31: 12/973,731 32: 2010/12/20 54: METHOD, DEVICE, AND SYSTEM FOR SECURED ACCESS TO GATED AREAS 00: Embodiments of the present invention allow vehicular ingress and egress to an automotive facility using a mobile communication device, such as a smart phone, having thereon a software application adapted to communicate with a gate unit. The mobile communication device may transmit one or more parameters to the gate unit, which may determine whether to open a gate or which may transmit the parameters to a server, which may determine whether to allow or deny access.

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51: H02G 71: STATE GRID CORPORATION OF CHINA, HBEPC MAINTENANCE BRANCH 72: YAN, Xudong, ZHANG, Xun, HU, Chuan, WANG, Xingchao, HU, Zhen 33: CN 31: 201110026677.9 32: 2011/01/25 54: TOOL FOR REPLACING CERAMIC ROD TYPE INSULATOR 00: A tool for replacing a ceramic rod type insulator which is suitable for replacing an insulator, including: a front block (1), a back block (2), a line take-up system (3), with the two ends of the line take-up system (3) connected to the front block (1) and the back block (2) respectively, and a lifting system (4), with the lifting system (4) connected to the front block (1) and/or the back block (2). By adding the lifting system (4) at the front block (1) and/or the back block (2), the following problem is solved: since the weight of the ceramic rod type insulator is great, there is a need to switch off the whole power transmission circuit when replacing the ceramic rod type insulator, so as to perform the work of replacing a single insulator by putting seven ceramic rod type insulators on the ground at the same time. 21: 2013/5740 22: 2013/07/30 43: 2014/02/07 51: F16P A61F 71: STONE, Kim, Alexander, Jeffrey 72: STONE, Kim, Alexander, Jeffrey 54: A SAFETY DEVICE 00: The safety device 10 is configured and dimensioned to in use be worn on a hand of a user (not shown) wearing protective gloves, wherein lettering and/or symbols 12 is/are applied to at least one operatively outer surface 14 of the device 10 in a readily visible manner. The least one operatively outer surface 14 of the device 10 is manufactured from a material having a readily visible colour. The lettering and/or symbols 12 are arranged on said outer surface 14 using a reflective medium.

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21: 2013/5781 22: 2013/07/31 43: 2014/01/31 51: B65D 71: IFCO SYSTEMS GMBH 72: ORGELDINGER, Wolfgang 54: BOX 00: A box comprises a bottom (10) and at least two pairs of side walls which lie opposite one another and extend upwards in the vertical direction from the bottom (10). The side walls are arranged such that they can be folded with regard to the bottom (10) and can be locked to one another in their opened position. At least one of the side walls (12) comprises an unlocking mechanism (38) which can be moved between a rest position and an unlocking position, in which the locking action (28, 30) of the side walls is cancelled. The unlocking mechanism (38) comprises at least one prestressing element (52, 54) which prestresses the unlocking mechanism (38) into its rest position, and also comprises a first end, which is connected to the unlocking mechanism (38) or the side wall (12), and a second, free end.

21: 2013/5782 22: 2013/07/31 43: 2014/01/31 51: F16L 71: PARKER HANNIFIN MANUFACTURING GERMANY GMBH & CO. KG 72: NEISKE, Oliver 33: DE 31: 102011009956.5 32: 2011/02/01 54: CONNECTING DEVICE FOR CONDUITS OR HOSE LINES HAVING ASSEMBLY DETECTION 00: The invention relates to a connecting device for conduits or hose lines, comprising a connecting body, which has a borehole for conducting a medium flowing through the conduit or hose line therethrough, and a pipe-like end piece, which can be inserted in a receptacle that is formed at the front end of the connecting body and which can fixed in said receptacle by means of a union nut that is arranged rotatably between a loosened position and an assembly position on the outside of the connecting body, wherein a display rendering the assembly state of the connecting device is arranged between the mutually facing end faces of the union nut and connecting body. Said device is characterized in that the display consists of two annular display elements (13, 14) as carriers of at least one marking in each case, each display element being formed at the end faces of the connecting body (10) and union nut (12). At the start of assembly of the union nut (12), the markings of the two display elements (13, 14) are located at different locations of the circumference of the connecting body (10) and union nut (12) and when the assembly of the connecting device is completed, they are moved into a mutually agreeing position by the relative rotation of the two display elements (13, 14) relative to each other that takes place when the union nut (12) is screwed on.

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PATENT JOURNAL 72: BANNISTER, Robin Mark, BREW, John, STOLOFF, Gregory, Alan, DILLY, Suzanne Jane, SZUCS, Gemma, PLEGUEZUELOS MATEO, Olga, CAPARROS-WANDERLEY, Wilson 33: GB 31: 1101937.9 32: 2011/02/04 33: GB 31: 1113730.4 32: 2011/08/10 33: GB 31: 1113728.8 32: 2011/08/10 33: GB 31: 1113729.6 32: 2011/08/10 33: GB 31: PCT/GB2011/052115 32: 2011/10/31 54: COMPOSITIONS AND METHODS FOR TREATING CHRONIC INFLAMMATION AND INFLAMMATORY DISEASES 00: The present specification discloses pharmaceutical compositions, methods of preparing such pharmaceutical compositions, and methods and uses of treating a chronic inflammation and/or an inflammatory disease in an individual using such pharmaceutical compositions. 21: 2013/5810 22: 2013/08/01 43: 2014/02/03 51: E04H 71: W.S ELECTRONICS 72: LANDMAN, Wallace 33: ZA 31: 2012/4956 32: 2012/07/03 54: AN AERATION DEVICE 00: The aeration device 10 for a body of liquid 12 includes a housing 14 having a liquid inlet 16 and a liquid outlet 18. An aerating conduit 20 is arranged in fluid flow communication with and extends away from the housing 14. An outlet conduit 22 extends from the outlet 18 of the housing 14 and has a smaller cross-sectional area than the housing 14. A narrowed zone 21 is defined within the housing 14 proximate an area where the aerating conduit 20 joins the housing 14.

21: 2013/5783 22: 2013/07/31 43: 2014/01/31 51: A61K 71: BIOCOPEA LIMITED 72: BANNISTER, Robin Mark, BREW, John, DILLY, Suzanne Jane, STOLOFF, Gregory, Alan, CAPARROS-WANDERLEY, Wilson 33: GB 31: 1113729.6 32: 2011/08/10 33: GB 31: 1113730.4 32: 2011/08/10 33: GB 31: 1113728.8 32: 2011/08/10 33: GB 31: PCT/GB2011/052115 32: 2011/10/31 33: GB 31: 1101937.9 32: 2011/02/04 54: COMPOSITIONS AND METHODS FOR TREATING CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES 00: The present specification discloses pharmaceutical compositions, methods of preparing such pharmaceutical compositions, and methods and uses of treating a cardiovascular disease in an individual using such pharmaceutical compositions.

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PATENT JOURNAL 51: A61K A61P 71: DIMERIX BIOSCIENCE PTY LTD 72: PFLEGER, Kevin, Donald, George, WILLIAMS, James, MCCALL, Elizabeth 33: AU 31: 2011900060 32: 2011/01/11 33: US 31: 61/432,896 32: 2011/01/14 33: AU 31: 2011904279 32: 2011/10/17 33: US 31: 61/547,951 32: 2011/10/17 54: COMBINATION THERAPY 00: The invention relates to pharmaceutical compositions comprising: (a) at least one angiotensin receptor blocker or a pharmaceutically acceptable salt thereof, and (b) at least one chemokine receptor pathway inhibitor or a pharmaceutically acceptable salt thereof. The invention also relates to pharmaceutical compositions comprising: (a) at least one angiotensin receptor blocker or a pharmaceutically acceptable salt thereof; and (b) at least one chemokine receptor pathway inhibitor or a pharmaceutically acceptable salt thereof which inhibits a component of the chemokine receptor pathway other than the chemokine receptor. Oral sustained release pharmaceutical compositions comprising the pharmaceutical composition, as well as injectable sustained release pharmaceutical compositions comprising the pharmaceutical composition are described. The invention further relates to tablets, capsules, injectable suspensions, and compositions for pulmonary or nasal delivery comprising the pharmaceutical composition. Also described are: methods for assessing the efficacy of the pharmaceutical composition; methods for assessing the inhibition or partial inhibition activity of the pharmaceutical composition; methods for the treatment, amelioration or prevention of a condition or disease comprising administering to a subject a therapeutically effective amount of the pharmaceutical composition; and the use of the pharmaceutical composition for the manufacture of a dosage form for the treatment of a disease.

21: 2013/5896 22: 2013/08/06 43: 2014/02/06 51: F41C 71: DIEHL BGT DEFENCE GMBH & CO. KG 72: PFERSMANN, Axel, HIMMERT, Rainer 33: DE 31: 10 2012 015 785.1 32: 2012/08/08 54: WEAPON BARREL 00: A weapon barrel of an automatic firearm, including a muzzle that is set into flexural oscillations by firing, with a damping device for damping the flexural oscillations by means of frictional processes between a radially projecting friction ring disposed on the muzzle and at least one friction element loaded by means of a spring element, wherein at least one friction element (7) loaded by means of a separate spring element (13) acts on both sides of the friction ring (6) respectively and is supported so as to be axially movable relative to the muzzle (3).

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21: 2013/5898 22: 2013/08/06 43: 2014/02/06 51: E21B 71: SDG, LLC 72: MOENY, William, M. 33: US 31: 61/430,728 32: 2011/01/07 54: APPARATUS AND METHOD FOR SUPPLYING ELECTRICAL POWER TO AN ELECTROCRUSHING DRILL 00: An apparatus and method for controlling power delivered to a pulsed power system which includes a command charge switch for controlling when power produced by a primary power system is fed into a cable. The command charge switch also controls the power delivered to the pulsed power system in a bottom hole assembly.

21: 2013/5930 22: 2013/08/07 43: 2014/02/10 51: C06B 71: DIEHL BGT DEFENCE GMBH & CO. KG 72: HAHMA, Arno 33: DE 31: 10 2012 015 761.4 32: 2012/08/09 54: EFFECTIVE MATERIAL FOR A PYROTECHNIC PHANTOM TARGET WITH HIGH EMISSIVITY 00: The invention relates to an effective material for a pyrotechnic phantom target with high emissivity, including a fuel, an additive including carbon, an oxidation means for the fuel and optionally a bonding means, wherein the additive is present in the form of

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PATENT JOURNAL prevention of disorders of the central nervous system. 21: 2013/5971 22: 2013/08/08 43: 2014/02/13 51: C07F 71: EVONIK OXENO GMBH 72: KREIDLER, Burkard, FRIDAG, Dirk, SCHEMMER, Bernhard, WECHSLER, Bjoern, CHRISTIANSEN, Andrea, NEUMANN, Doris 33: DE 31: 10 2011 002 640.1 32: 2011/01/13 54: METHOD FOR THE PURIFICATION OF BIPHEPHOS 00: The invention relates to a method for the purification of 6,6'-[(3,3'-di-tert-butyl-5,5'-dimethoxy-1,1'biphenyl2,2'diyl)bis(oxy)]bis(dibenzo[d,f][1,3,2]dioxaphosphe pin), in short: biphephos (see formula 1).

particles, wherein a predominant number of the particles has a maximum extent in the range from 1 m to 200 m, and wherein the particles do not consist of graphite. 21: 2013/5931 22: 2013/08/07 43: 2014/02/10 51: C06B 71: DIEHL BGT DEFENCE GMBH & CO. KG 72: HAHMA, Arno 33: DE 31: 10 2012 015 762.2 32: 2012/08/09 54: HIGH-INTENSITY ACTIVE COMPOSITION FOR A PYROTECHNIC DECOY WITH A FLUORINATED CARBON COMPOUND 00: The invention relates to a high-intensity active composition for a pyrotechnic decoy, including a fuel, an oxidizer for the fuel and optionally a binder, the oxidizer being a fluorinated carbon compound having a carbon chain at least 100 carbon atoms long or having repeating units that include carbon atoms and form a polymer, at least one of the carbon atoms in the carbon chain or in each of the units having at least one bonding site occupied by a molecular radical or by an atom other than fluorine or carbon, the oxidizer not being graphite fluoride. 21: 2013/5932 22: 2013/08/07 43: 2014/02/10 51: C06B 71: DIEHL BGT DEFENCE GMBH & CO. KG 72: HAHMA, Arno 33: DE 31: 10 2012 015 757.6 32: 2012/08/09 54: PYROTECHNIC ACTIVE COMPOSITION WITH A COMBUSTION ACCELERANT 00: A pyrotechnic active composition including a combustion fuel, an oxidant for the combustion fuel, a combustion accelerant and optionally a binder, wherein the combustion accelerant is present in the form of particles which are distributed in the active composition, wherein the combustion accelerant is a solid which is expandable at least by a factor of 2 by input of heat. 21: 2013/5970 22: 2011/09/16 43: 2014/02/19 51: C07D A61K A61P 71: ADAMED SP. Z O.O. 72: KOLACZKOWSKI, Marcin, KOWALSKI, Piotr, JASKOWSKA, Jolanta, MARCINKOWSKA, Monika, MITKA, Katarzyna, BUCKI, Adam, WESOLOWSKA, Anna, PAWLOWSKI, Maciej 33: PL 31: P.392436 32: 2010/09/17 54: ARYLOSULFONAMIDES FOR THE TREATMENT OF CNS DISEASES 00: Arylsulphonamide derivatives of formula (l) and pharmaceutically acceptable salts thereof. The compounds may be useful for the treatment and/or

21: 2013/5972 22: 2013/08/08 43: 2014/02/13 51: C07F 71: EVONIK OXENO GMBH 72: KREIDLER, Burkard, FRIDAG, Dirk, SCHEMMER, Bernhard, WECHSLER, Bjoern, CHRISTIANSEN, Andrea, NEUMANN, Doris 33: DE 31: 10 2011 002 639.8 32: 2011/01/13 54: METHOD FOR THE PREPARATION OF BIPHEPHOS 00: The invention relates to a method for producing 6,6'[(3,3'-di-tert-butyl-5,5'-dimethoxy-1,1'-biphenyl2,2'diyl)bis(oxy)]bis(dibenzo[d,f][1,3,2]dioxaphosphe pin), in short: biphephos (see formula 1), which has a low chlorine content.

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21: 2013/6101 22: 2013/08/14 43: 2014/02/19 51: A61B A61M A61J 71: LI, Rongshan 72: LI, Rongshan 33: US 31: 61/516,971 32: 2011/04/11 33: US 31: 61/629,022 32: 2011/11/12 54: MULTIFUNCTION ASPIRATION BIOPSY DEVICE AND METHODS OF USE 00: One embodiment of a multifunction aspiration biopsy device includes a hub having a chamber for receiving a collected specimen, a vacuum source in communication with the hub chamber, a needle detachable from the hub and having an outlet in communication with the hub chamber, and a cover extending over a portion of the needle outlet for directing a specimen collected through the needle into the hub chamber in a direction that differs from a longitudinal axis of the needle. The hub chamber with collected specimen may be separated from the vacuum source and the needle and the specimen may be triaged within the hub chamber. Various embodiments of a collection container for receiving used needles are also disclosed.

21: 2013/6102 22: 2013/08/14 43: 2014/02/14 51: A61L 71: TSHWANE UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY 72: GODDETI, Siva, Mohan, Reddy, KOKKARACHEDU, Varaprasad, SADIKU, Emmanuel, Rotimi, JARUGALU, Jayaramudu, RAY, Suprakas, Sinha 33: ZA 31: 2012/6857 32: 2012/09/13 54: METHOD OF PRODUCING REGENERATED CELLULOSE FILMS INCLUDING AN ANTIBACTERIAL AGENT 00: A method of manufacturing a regenerated cellulose film including silver, the method including at least the steps of: preparing a regenerated cellulose film; immersing the film in an aqueous solution of silver nitrate; subjecting the film to sound waves; and allowing the film to rest in the solution at a predetermined temperature.

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21: 2013/6132 22: 2013/08/15 43: 2014/02/17 51: C08K C08L C06B 71: DIEHL BGT DEFENCE GMBH & CO. KG 72: HAHMA, Arno 33: DE 31: 10 2012 016 480.7 32: 2012/08/17 33: DE 31: 10 2013 007 678.1 32: 2013/05/03 54: USE OF A COMPOSITION COMPRISING A POLYMER AND AN IONIC LIQUID 00: The invention relates to a use of a composition including a polar polymer and an ionic liquid or a mixture of ionic liquids as agent for stabilizing an active pyrotechnic composition, wherein the composition is a viscoelastic material and the polymer includes polyacrylonitrile, polyvinyl nitrate, polyvinylpyrrolidone (PVP), or nitrocellulose. 21: 2013/6133 22: 2013/08/15 43: 2014/02/17 51: C06C C06B 71: DIEHL BGT DEFENCE GMBH & CO. KG 72: HAHMA, Arno 33: DE 31: 10 2012 016 454.8 32: 2012/08/17 54: ACTIVE COMPOSITION FOR A DECOY WHICH RADIATES SPECTRALLY ON BURNUP OF THE ACTIVE COMPOSITION 00: The invention relates to an active composition for a decoy which radiates spectrally as the active composition burns up, featuring a radiation emitted during burnup of the active composition in the wavelength range from 3.7 to 5.1 m which is stronger by a factor of at least 15 than radiation emitted during burnup of the active composition in the wavelength range from 1.9 to 2.3 m.

21: 2013/6134 22: 2013/08/15 43: 2014/02/17 51: C06B 71: DIEHL BGT DEFENCE GMBH & CO. KG 72: HAHMA, Arno, LICHA, Johann 33: DE 31: 10 2012 016 478.5 32: 2012/08/17 54: INSENSITIVE ACTIVE EXPLOSIVE COMPOSITION CONTAINING A STABILIZER 00: The invention relates to an insensitive active explosive composition including an explosive and a stabilizer, wherein the stabilizer includes an ionic liquid. 21: 2013/6135 22: 2013/08/15 43: 2014/02/17 51: C06C 71: DIEHL BGT DEFENCE GMBH & CO. KG 72: HAHMA, Arno 33: DE 31: 10 2012 016 452.1 32: 2012/08/17 54: ACTIVE COMPOSITION FOR A DECOY WHICH RADIATES SPECTRALLY ON BURNUP OF THE ACTIVE COMPOSITION, COMPRISING AN ADDITIVE 00: An active composition for a decoy which radiates spectrally as the active composition burns up, including an additive which is distributed in the active composition and which increases the ratio of the intensity of radiation emitted during burnup of the active composition in the wavelength range from 3.7 to 5.1 m to the intensity of radiation emitted during burnup of the active composition in the wavelength range from 1.9 to 2.3 m, the active composition including a fuel, including carbon atoms and

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hydrogen atoms, and an oxidizer for the fuel, including oxygen atoms, the amount of the oxidizer being such that it is not sufficient for complete oxidation of the carbon, and the additive being a catalyst present in the form of particles that catalyses a redox reaction.

21: 2013/6170 22: 2013/08/16 43: 2014/02/18 51: A01D 71: COETZEE, Marthinus, Philippus 72: COETZEE, Marthinus, Philippus 54: COMBINED FORAGE HARVESTER AND HAMMER MILL 00: This invention relates to a combined forage harvester and hammer mill and includes an intake platform having a crop intake and a crop outlet, wherein the outlet of the intake platform is configured to connect to an inlet of a rotor unit. The forage harvester further includes a rotor unit which can be disconnected and reconnected to the hammer mill. The forage harvester also includes an intake guide arranged on the intake platform in order to guide materials for processing toward the crop intake.

21: 2013/6173 22: 2013/08/16 43: 2014/02/17 51: G10L 71: FRAUNHOFER-GESELLSCHAFT ZUR FRDERUNG DER ANGEWANDTEN FORSCHUNG E.V. 72: KUNTZ, Achim, DISCH, Sascha, BAECKSTROEM, Tom 33: US 31: 61/433,803 32: 2011/01/18 33: EP 31: 11172791.3 32: 2011/07/06 54: ENCODING AND DECODING OF SLOT POSITIONS OF EVENTS IN AN AUDIO SIGNAL FRAME 00: An apparatus for decoding (10; 40; 60; 410), an apparatus for encoding (510), a method for decoding and a method for encoding positions of slots comprising events in an audio signal frame and respective computer programs and encoded signals, wherein the apparatus for decoding (10; 40; 60; 410) comprises: an analysing unit (20; 42; 70; 420) for analysing a frame slots number indicating the total of slots of the audio signal frame, an event slots number indicating the number of slots comprising the events of the audio signal frame, and an event state number, and a generating unit (30; 45; 80; 430)

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for generating an indication of a plurality of positions of slots comprising the events in the audio signal frame using the frame slots number, the event slots number and the event state number.

21: 2013/6215 22: 2013/08/19 43: 2014/02/19 51: G06Q 71: ENERGY INTELLIGENCE CONSULTING (PTY) LTD 72: LACOUR, Sebastien, KROES, Gabriel, VAN NIEKERK, Gerhard 54: A METHOD OF GENERATING SITE AND/OR BUILDING-SPECIFIC COST RECOVERY INFORMATION FOR UTILITY BILLS 00: Meters 1 and 2 are municipal utility meters for sites 1 and 2, wherein site 1 includes buildings 1 to 3 and site 2 includes buildings 4 and 5. The utility provider provides site utility bills for both sites using data from meters1 and 2. Each building on the sites 1 and 2 is provided with its own utility meter which is accessible to an owner of the buildings. During a billing period which corresponds to a billing period of the utility provider, the owner will read the utility usage values indicated on Meter # 3 through to Meter # 7 and use these to calculate a building utility bill value (BUBV) for each of the buildings 1 to 5.

21: 2013/6216 22: 2013/08/19 43: 2014/02/19 51: C22B 71: HERAEUS PRECIOUS METALS GMBH & CO. KG 72: ROMERO, Jose, Manuel, MEYER, Horst, VOSS, Steffen 33: DE 31: 10 2012 016 420.3 32: 2012/08/21 54: DEVICE AND METHOD FOR THERMAL TREATMENT OF FLUORINE-CONTAINING AND NOBLE METAL-CONTAINING PRODUCTS 00: An ashing plant for enriching noble metals from fluorine-containing materials, including a thermal treatment chamber (1) having a refractory insulating lining on the inside of the chamber and an exhaust gas cleaning system, wherein the refractory insulating lining is resistant to hydrofluoric acid and the exhaust gas cleaning system includes at least one thermal after-incineration chamber (2), at least one or more acid scrubber(s) (3, 4) and at least one alkaline scrubber (5).

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51: B05D C09D 71: CYTEC AUSTRIA GMBH 72: SCHIPFER, Rudolf, FEOLA, Roland, KUTTLER, Ulrike 33: EP 31: 11155271.7 32: 2011/02/21 54: MULTI-LAYER COATING FILMS 00: The invention relates to a process for the preparation of a multi-layer coating film on an electrically conductive substrate, comprising the steps of electrodepositing on an electrically conductive substrate, a first coating composition to form an uncured electrodeposition coating film, applying an aqueous primer-surfacer coating composition to form an uncured intermediate coating film, and then simultaneously heating the substrate coated with the said coating films and curing both the uncured electrodeposition coating film and the uncured intermediate coating film to form a cured film, wherein the curing agent B is a capped isocyanate where the capping agents are selected from the group consisting of aliphatic linear or branched diols, hydroxyalkyl(meth)acrylates and >NH functional heterocyclic aliphatic or aromatic compounds, to coating films made by this process, and to substrates covered with such coating films. 21: 2013/6293 22: 2013/08/21 43: 2014/02/21 51: H02J G08C 71: REGEN ENERGY INC. 72: KULYK, Roman, KERBEL, Mark 33: US 31: 13/012,480 32: 2011/01/24 33: US 31: 13/047,276 32: 2011/03/14 54: METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR MANAGING AN ENERGY CONSUMING LOAD 00: A method and an apparatus for managing an energy consuming load in a group of energy consuming loads by generating sets of load state data from the loads, making enablement state decisions for one or more loads using the sets of load state data, and implementing the enablement state decisions. The apparatus for managing an energy consuming load in a group of energy consuming loads, includes a transmitter, a receiver, a processor for processing sets of load state data to make an enablement state decision for the load, and a controller for implementing the enablement state decision and the method for managing an enablement state of an energy consuming load, includes a step of assigning an assigned duty cycle to the load, determining a load enabled utilization value for the load, and adjusting the assigned duty cycle using the load enabled utilization value.

21: 2013/6294 22: 2013/08/21 43: 2014/02/21 51: C09J 71: WUHAN KEDA MARBLE PROTECTIVE MATERIALS CO., LTD. 72: DU, Kunwen, DU, Kunwu 33: CN 31: 201110043873.7 32: 2011/02/24 54: ADDITIVE FOR INCREASING TOUGHNESS OF MARBLE GLUE 00: An additive for increasing toughness of marble glue is one or more of R-(C6H4)-CH3OH, R-O-(CH2)2-O(CH2)2-OH,R-O-CH2-CH(OH)-CH3 and R-O(CH2)2-OH, wherein R is hydrogen or alkyl. The ratio of the content of the additive to the content of unsaturated polyester resin in the marble resin is 0.5 weight%-10 weight%. The added of the additive is increasing the toughness of the existing marble glue, inhibiting the generation of craze, making mechanical performance better and binding intensity higher. Simultaneously, the added of the additive is improving the "ice production" of the existing marble glue and reducing the cost of the existing marble glue. 21: 2013/6373 22: 2013/08/23 43: 2014/02/25 51: F03G 71: HITACHI POWER EUROPE GMBH 72: STVER, Brian, BERGINS, Christian, KLEBES, Jrgen, JOORMANN, Marinus 33: DE 31: 10 2011 000 946.9 32: 2011/02/25 54: SOLAR THERMAL ENERGY GENERATING PLANT AND METHOD FOR OBTAINING ENERGY BY MEANS OF A SOLAR THERMAL ENERGY GENERATING PLANT 00: In a solarthermal energy generation plant having a first solar array (10) which uses water as a heat carrier medium, having a water separator (12) positioned downstream of the first solar array (10) and having a high-pressure turbine (16), it is sought

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to obtain an increase in the efficiency of the solarthermal energy generation plant. This is achieved in that a first superheater (14) for superheating the steam emerging from the water separator (12) is arranged between the water separator (12) and the high-pressure turbine (16).

21: 2013/6413 22: 2013/08/26 43: 2014/02/26 51: C07F 71: FOR SOLUTIONS IP, LLC 72: SMITH-SEBASTO, Nicholas 33: US 31: 13/016,428 32: 2011/01/28 54: COMPOSTING MACHINE 00: An apparatus for the aerobic in-vessel rotary drum composting of feedstock into nutrient-rich compost comprising means for shredding said input material, said means configured and powered for shredding said feedstock into a particle size no larger than one cubic inch, a vessel having an input port on top of such vessel and a discharge port, said vessel comprising one chamber, said vessel configured and powered for composting said shredded feedstock, and said vessel tilted from the input port to the discharge port, means for passing said feedstock from said means for shredding into said vessel, means for rotating said vessel, means for introducing air into said vessel and a process controller, said process controller communicating with said means for shredding, said vessel, said means for rotating said vessel and said means for introducing air into said vessel.

21: 2013/6414 22: 2013/08/26 43: 2014/02/26 51: F02B F02F F16M 71: HERZER, Bernardo 72: HERZER, Bernardo 33: US 31: 12/931,618 32: 2011/02/03 54: PORTABLE GAS POWERED INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINE ARRANGEMENT 00: A gas powered internal combustion engine in which the gas is provided from the gas phase of a pressurized liquid gas in an liquified petroleum gas container and in which the liquified petroleum gas container is rigidly mounted adjacent to the internal combustion engine at a preselected angle to be in conductive heat transfer relationship to the internal combustion engine and in vibration receiving relationship to the internal combustion engine whereby the liquified gas in the liquified petroleum gas container is heated and vibrated and the effective surface area thereof is thereby increased. A pressure regulator is provided for receiving the gas from the liquified petroleum gas bottle regulating the pressure of the gas transmitted to the internal combustion engine and at least one flexible hose is connected to the pressure regulator for transmitting the gas therethrough. A vibration and/or heat limiting member may be incorporated to reduce the frequence and amplitude of the vibration and limit the amount of heat transferred to the liquified petroleum gas.

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21: 2013/6464 22: 2013/08/28 43: 2014/02/24 51: A61K 71: NANOBIOTIX 72: POTTIER, Agns, LEVY, Laurent, MEYRE, Marie-Edith, GERMAIN, Matthieu 33: EP 31: 11305096.7 32: 2011/01/31 33: US 31: 61/437,817 32: 2011/01/31 54: NANOPARTICLES DELIVERY SYSTEMS, PREPARATION AND USES THEREOF 00: The present application relates to thermosensitive liposomes encapsulating nanoparticles which can be used in the health sector, in particular in human health. The invention also relates to pharmaceutical and diagnostic compositions comprising thermosensitive liposomes as defined previously, as well as to their uses. 21: 2013/6689 22: 2013/07/09 43: 2014/02/12 51: A01B 71: BAKER, Christopher, John 72: BAKER, Christopher, John, RITCHIE, William, Rowlan, ROBINSON, David, John, SEFTON, Brian, William 33: NZ 31: 589458 32: 2010/11/23 54: BLADE MOUNT 00: A mounting assembly for holding a blade relative to a surface of a disc for a soil engaging apparatus, including: a first blade mount; and a blade; wherein the blade is mounted on the first blade mount such that the blade can move at least partially along the first blade mount and can tilt about an axis of the first blade mount.

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HYPOTHECATIONS No records available JUDGMENTS No records available OFFICE PRACTISE NOTICES

NOTICE OF ADVERTISEMENT FOR AN APPLICATION FOR AMENDMENT DURING COURT PROCEEDINGS

Ranbaxy (SA) (Pty) Ltd has applied for the revocation of South African patent no. 2005/07223 in the name of Boehringer Ingelheim International GMBH (Boehringer) in respect of an invention entitled PHARMACEUTICAL FORMULATION OF THE SODIUM SALT OF TELMISARTAN (the patent). Boehringer is the patentee of the patent. During the pending revocation proceeding, Boehringer made application in terms of Section 51(9) of the South African Patents Act 57 of 1978 for the amendment of the specification of the patent (the application for amendment). The application for the amendment is open to inspection at the Patent Office, Block F, Entfutfukweni, 77 Meintjies Street, Sunnyside, Pretoria. Copies can also be obtained in request from the Patent Attorneys for Boehringer, whose address appears below. Any person wishing to oppose the application for amendment may join in the proceedings by filing a notice of intention to oppose the application for amendment within two months from the date hereof. The further

proceedings are to be governed by the provisions of Rule 6 of the Uniform Rules of Court, unless the Commissioner of Patents otherwise directs. Address for service in the Republic DM Kisch Inc., Suite 4, Parkland building, 223 Bronkhorst Street, Nieuw Muckleneuk, Pretoria. Reference: R31707ZA00/At van Rooy Tel.: 0113243161.

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DESIGNS
APPLICATIONS FOR REGISTRATION OF DESIGNS IN TERMS OF ACT No. 195 OF 1993
Copies of the application and representations cannot be supplied until application is registered and advertised. In all correspondence reference should be made to the number of the application. The particulars appear in the following sequence: Application number, full name of applicant, class, articles to which design is to be applied and priority date (if any)

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A2014/00469-NAMPAK PRODUCTS LIMITED. Class 09.CONTAINERS F2014/00563-PLANT SAFE SYSTEMS (PTY) LIMITED. Class 13.LOCKOUT BRACKET F2014/00564-PLANT SAFE SYSTEMS (PTY) LIMITED. Class 13.LOCKOUT BRACKET

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A2014/00473-OMNI UNITED (S) PTE LTD. Class 12.TIRE TREAD (RENEGADE 4 x 4 ). Priority: 30/09/2013, 29/463,279 A2014/00474-OMNI UNITED (S) PTE LTD. Class 12.TIRE TREAD (RPX500). Priority: 30/09/2013, 29/463,278 A2014/00475-ARTUSO, Stefano. Class 06.Clothes Hangers A2014/00470-NORMAN MAHLAOLA. Class 14.VEHICLE A2014/00481-HONDA MOTOR CO., LTD. Class 12.MOTORCYCLE. Priority: 24/09/2013, 2013-022049 F2014/00471-BLESSING MHATLHE . Class 99.TO BE ADVICED

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F2014/00476-SATA GMBH & CO. KG. Class 11.IDENTIFICATION CLIP. Priority: 27/09/2013, 201330463082.X F2014/00477-SATA GMBH & CO. KG. Class 11.IDENTIFICATION CLIP. Priority: 27/09/2013, 201330463082.X A2014/00478-MATTHEE, MARGARET. Class 24.ORTHOPAEDIC SLING

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F2014/00479-MATTHEE, MARGARET. Class 24.ORTHOPAEDIC SLING A2014/00482-RIMOWA GMBH. Class 02.PULL FOR SLIDE FASTENER A2014/00483-DART INDUSTRIES CC. Class 07.TONGS. Priority: 25/09/2013, 29/467,932 A2014/00484-RIMOWA GMBH. Class 02.PULL FOR SLIDE FASTENER A2014/00485-ZIP HEATERS (AUSTRALIA) PTY LIMITED. Class 23.A TAP. Priority: 24/09/2013, 14818/2013 A2014/00486-DYSON TECHNOLOGY LIMITED. Class 28.HAIR DRYERS. Priority: 23/09/2013, 001384796-0001 A2014/00487-DYSON TECHNOLOGY LIMITED. Class 28.HAIR DRYERS. Priority: 26/09/2013, 001384796-0002 A2014/00488-DYSON TECHNOLOGY LIMITED. Class 29.HAIR DRYERS. Priority: 24/09/2013, 001384796-0003

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F2014/00506-SATA GMBH & CO. KG. Class 19.A LABEL. Priority: 27/09/2013, 201330463135.8 F2014/00507-NCM INNOVATIONS (PTY) LTD. Class 09.A STOPPER A2014/00508-BRAND, Pieter Gideon. Class 30.Dog Kennels A2014/00494-SATA GMBH & CO. KG. Class 19.A LABEL. Priority: 27/09/2013, 201330463135.8 F2014/00495-SATA GMBH & CO. KG. Class 19.A LABEL. Priority: 27/09/2013, 201330463135.8 A2014/00496-SATA GMBH & CO. KG. Class 19.A LABEL. Priority: 27/09/2013, 201330463135.8 F2014/00497-SATA GMBH & CO. KG. Class 19.A LABEL. Priority: 27/09/2013, 201330463135.8 A2014/00498-SATA GMBH & CO. KG. Class 19.A LABEL. Priority: 27/09/2013, 201330463135.8 F2014/00499-SATA GMBH & CO. KG. Class 19.A LABEL. Priority: 27/09/2013, 201330463135.8 A2014/00500-SATA GMBH & CO. KG. Class 19.A LABEL. Priority: 27/09/2013, 201330463135.8 F2014/00501-SATA GMBH & CO. KG. Class 19.A LABEL. Priority: 27/09/2013, 201330463135.8 A2014/00502-SATA GMBH & CO. KG. Class 19.A LABEL. Priority: 27/09/2013, 201330463135.8 F2014/00503-SATA GMBH & CO. KG. Class 19.A LABEL. Priority: 27/09/2013, 201330463135.8 A2014/00504-SATA GMBH & CO. KG. Class 19.A LABEL. Priority: 27/09/2013, 201330463135.8 F2014/00505-NCM INNOVATIONS (PTY) LTD. Class 09.A BUNG A2014/00489-MACVAD AFRICA LIMITED (INCORPORATED IN NEW ZEALAND). Class 26.SOLAR POWERED LAMPS

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A2014/00491-KIRTECH (PTY) LTD. Class 08.CURTAIN RAIL A2014/00492-PODZ INTERNATIONAL (PTY) LTD. Class 25.BUILDING UNIT F2014/00490-KIRTECH (PTY) LTD. Class 08.CURTAIN RAIL F2014/00493-PODZ INTERNATIONAL (PTY) LTD. Class 25.BUILDING UNIT

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A2014/00509-EQUIVALENZA MANUFACTORY, S.L.. Class 09.BOTTLE FOR PERFUMERY. Priority: 02/10/2013, 002319194-0001 A2014/00511-THE SOUTH AFRICAN NUCLEAR ENERGY CORPORATION LIMITED. Class 09.CLOSURE FOR A TRANSPORT CONTAINER A2014/00513-RIO TINTO ALCAN INTERNATIONAL LIMITED. Class 15.IMPELLERS FOR ROTARY INJECTORS. Priority: 27/09/2013, 29/468,307 F2014/00510-EQUIVALENZA MANUFACTORY, S.L.. Class 09.BOTTLE FOR PERFUMERY. Priority: 02/10/2013, 002319194-0001 A2014/00514-BYTES TECHNOLOGY GROUP SOUTH AFRICA (PTY) LTD.. Class 20.BIOMETRICS SCANNER HOUSINGS A2014/00515-BYTES TECHNOLOGY GROUP SOUTH AFRICA (pTY) LTD. Class 14.BIOMETRICS SCANNER HOUSINGS A2014/00516-BYTES TECHNOLOGY GROUP SOUTH AFRICA (PTY) LTD. Class 20.AUTOMATIC TELLER MACHINE FACIA COLLARS A2014/00517-COMPAGNIE GERVAIS DANONE. Class 09.CONTAINERS OR POST (PACKAGES). Priority: 27/09/2013, 13/4166 A2014/00518-SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS SOUTH AFRICA PROPRIETARY LIMITED. Class 25.PORTABLE BUILDING STRUCTURES EMBODYING TELE-MEDICAL CENTRES F2014/00512-THE SOUTH AFRICAN NUCLEAR CORPORATION LIMITED. Class 09.CLOSURE FOR A TRANSPORT CONTAINER

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F2014/00528-Sigma Holdings Limited. Class 30.Protective Garments F2014/00519-PAM, a division of Saint Gobain Construction Products (Pty) Limited. Class 25.ANTI-THEFT DEVICE FOR A MANHOLE COVER

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A2014/00520-PAM, a division of Saint Gobain Construction Products (Pty) Limited. Class 25.ANTI-THEFT DEVICE FOR A MANHOLE COVER F2014/00521-HOLFELD, Barry Graeme. Class 23.A CONNECTOR A2014/00522-COMPAGNIE GERVAIS DANONE. Class 21.FIGURINES. Priority: 03/10/2013, 13/4244 A2014/00523-BAYERISCHE MOTOREN WERKE AKTIENGESELLSCHAFT. Class 12.MOTOR VEHICLES. Priority: 30/09/2013, 402013100991.8 A2014/00524-BAYERISCHE MOTOREN WERKE AKTIENGESELLSCHAFT. Class 12.MOTOR VEHICLES. Priority: 30/09/2013, 402013100991.8 F2014/00525-LUPIN LIMITED. Class 24.INHALER. Priority: 28/01/2014, 259767 F2014/00526-LUPIN LIMITED. Class 24.INHALER F2014/00527-LUPIN LIMITED. Class 24.INHALER. Priority: 28/01/2014, 259768

- APPLIED ON 28/03/2014 -

F2014/00529-CAPCO CC. Class 25.CONSTRUCTION ELEMENT FOR FORMING A BULHEAD EDGE A2014/00530-NOKIA CORPORATION. Class 14.HANDSET. Priority: 01/10/2013, 29/468,576 A2014/00531-NOKIA CORPORATION. Class 14.HANDSET. Priority: 01/10/2013, 29/468,576 A2014/00532-NOKIA CORPORATION. Class 14.HANDSET A2014/00533-NOKIA CORPORATION. Class 14.HANDSET. Priority: 03/10/2013, 29/468,846 A2014/00534-NOKIA CORPORATION. Class 14.HANDSET. Priority: 03/10/2013, 29/468,846 A2014/00535-NOKIA CORPORATION. Class 14.HANDSET. Priority: 03/10/2013, 29/468,846 A2014/00536-NOKIA CORPORATION. Class 14.HANDSET. Priority: 03/10/2013, 29/468,846 A2014/00537-NOKIA CORPORATION. Class 14.HANDSET. Priority: 03/10/2013, 29/468,846 A2014/00538-NOKIA CORPORATION. Class 14.HANDSET. Priority: 03/10/2013, 29/468,846 A2014/00539-NOKIA CORPORATION. Class 14.HANDSET. Priority: 03/10/2013, 29/468,846 A2014/00540-NOKIA CORPORATION. Class 14.HANDSET. Priority: 03/10/2013, 29/468,846 A2014/00550-RECKITT BENCKISER (BRANDS) LIMITED. Class 22.INSECT REPELLENT DEVICE. Priority: 24/10/2013, 002332890 A2014/00552-MCG INDUSTRIES (PTY) LIMITED. Class 99.FRUIT DRYING TRAY

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F2014/00549-DYWIDAG-SYSTEMS INTERNATIONAL (PTY) LTD. Class 25.INDICATOR WASHERS FOR MINE BOLTS F2014/00551-MCG INDUSTRIES (PTY) LIMITED. Class 09.FRUIT DRYING TRAY

- APPLIED ON 31/03/2014 -

A2014/00541-K. HARTWALL OY AB. Class 06.SHELVES, ESPECIALLY FOR STORAGE TROLLEYS. Priority: 11/10/2013, 002324830-0001 A2014/00542-POYNTING ANTENNAS (PTY) LIMITED. Class 14.ANTENNA HOUSING A2014/00553-NAMPAK PRODUCTS LIMITED. Class 09.CONTAINERS F2014/00543-POYNTING ANTENNAS (PTY) LIMITED. Class 14.ANTENNA F2014/00544-POYNTING ANTENNAS (PTY) LIMITED. Class 14.ANTENNA F2014/00545-POYNTING ANTENNAS (PTY) LIMITED. Class 14.ANTENNA F2014/00546-POYNTING ANTENNAS (PTY) LTD. Class 14.ANTENNA F2014/00547-POYNTINH ANTENNAS (PTY) LIMITED. Class 14.ANTENNA F2014/00548-POYNTING ANTENNAS (PTY) LTD. Class 14.ANTENNA

- APPLIED ON 02/04/2014 -

A2014/00555-MASTER LOCK COMPANY LLC. Class 08.PADLOCK COVERS. Priority: 02/10/2013, 29/468,689 A2014/00556-MASTER LOCK COMPANY LLC. Class 08.PADLOCK COVERS. Priority: 02/10/2013, 29/468,689 A2014/00557-HENK SCHOLTZ. Class 09.TANK A2014/00559-HENK SCHOLTZ. Class 23.TANK A2014/00561-HENK SCHOLTZ. Class 09.WINE BARREL CRADLE A2014/00574-MONIQUE HUNTER. Class 99.BATH BUNK F2014/00554-CROOKES, GARY ALBERT. Class 21.BALLS F2014/00558-HENK SCHOLTZ. Class 09.TANK F2014/00560-HENK SCHOLTZ. Class 23.TANK F2014/00562-HENK SCHOLTZ. Class 09.WINE BARREL CRADLE

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- APPLIED ON 03/04/2014 -

A2014/00568-THE MENTHOLATUM COMPANY. Class 09.CONTAINERS FOR COSMETICS A2014/00565-THE MENTHOLATUM COMPANY. Class 09.CONTAINERS FOR COSMETICS A2014/00566-THE MENTHOLATUM COMPANY. Class 09.CONTAINERS FOR COSMETICS A2014/00567-THE MENTHOLATUM COMPANY. Class 09.CONTAINERS FOR COSMETICS F2014/00569-PULLEN, GARRICK PAUL. Class 15.MESH STRIPS FOR USE IN MESH FENCE ASSEMBLIES

- APPLIED ON 04/04/2014 -

A2014/00570-ALPARGATAS S.A.. Class 02.CLOTHING ACCESSORIES. Priority: 30/12/2013, 002378661 A2014/00571-THE GILLETTE COMPANY . Class 28.RAZOR CARTRIDGE. Priority: 13/11/2013, 29/472583 A2014/00572-RECKITT BENCKISSER (BRANDS) LIMITED. Class 07.DEVICE FOR DELIVERING A WASHING AGENT. Priority: 30/10/2013, 002335901 A2014/00573-RECKITT BENCKISER (BRANDS) LIMITED. Class 07.DEVICE FOR DELIVERING A WASHING AGENT. Priority: 30/10/2013, 002335901

- APPLIED ON 07/04/2014 -

A2014/00575-TEVA BRANDED PHARMACEUTICA PRODUCTS R&D, INC.. Class 24.RESPIRATORY APPARATUS. Priority: 08/10/2013, 032264 A2014/00576-TEVA BRANDED PHARMACEUTICAL PRODUCTS R&D, INC.. Class 24.RESPIRATORY APPARATUS. Priority: 08/10/2013, 00232219 A2014/00577-TEVA UK LIMITED TEVA PHARMACEUTICAL EUROPE B.V.. Class 24.RESPIRATORY APPARATUS. Priority: 08/10/2013, 002321992 A2014/00578-TEVA UK LIMITEDTEVA PHARMACEUTICALS EUROPE B.V.. Class 24.RESPIRATORY APPARATUS. Priority: 08/10/2013, 002322024 A2014/00579-TEVA UK LIMITEDTEVA PHARMACEUTICALS EUROPE B.V.. Class 24.RESPIRATORY APPARATUS. Priority: 07/10/2013, 002321737

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A2014/00580-TEVA UK LIMITEDTEVA PHARMACEUTICALS EUROPE B.V.. Class 24.RESPIRATORY APPARATUS. Priority: 07/10/2013, 002321745 A2014/00581-TEVA UK LIMITED. Class 24.RESPIRATORY APPARATUS. Priority: 08/10/2013, 002322016 A2014/00582-TEVA UK LIMITEDTEVA PHARMACEUTICALS EUROPE B.V.. Class 24.RESPIRATORY APPARATUS. Priority: 07/10/2013, 002321729 A2014/00583-TEVA UK LIMITEDTEVA PHARMACEUTICALS EUROPE B.V.. Class 24.RESPIRATORY APPARATUS. Priority: 07/10/2013, 02321711 A2014/00584-TEVA UK LIMITEDTEVA PHARMACEUTICALS EUROPE B.V.. Class 24.RESPIRATORY APPARATUS. Priority: 08/10/2013, 002321984 A2014/00585-TEVA UK LIMITED. Class 24.RESPIRATORY APPARATUS. Priority: 08/10/2013, 002321877 A2014/00586-TEVA UK LIMITED. Class 24.RESPIRATORY APPARATUS. Priority: 08/10/2013, 002321893 A2014/00587-TEVA UK LIMITED. Class 24.RESPIRATORY APPARATUS. Priority: 07/10/2013, 002321661 A2014/00588-TEVA UK LIMITED. Class 24.RESPIRATORY APPARATUS. Priority: 07/10/2013, 002321703 A2014/00589-TEVA BRANDED PHARMACEUTICAL PRODUCTS R&D, INC. Class 24.RESPIRATORY APPARATUS. Priority: 08/10/2013, 002322123 A2014/00590-TEVA BRANDED PHARMACEUTICAL PRODUCTS R&D, INC.. Class 24.RESPIRATORY APPARATUS. Priority: 08/10/2013, 002322198 A2014/00602-NISSEI ASB MACHINE CO., LTD. Class 09.CONTAINERS. Priority: 09/10/2013, 2013-023649

- APPLIED ON 08/04/2014 -

F2014/00607-INTERLOCK SYSTEMS CC. Class 13.SOLAR PANEL HOUSING A2014/00591-COLGATE-PALMOLIVE. Class 09.CONTAINERS. Priority: 29/10/2013, 29/471,168 A2014/00592-COLGATE-PALMOLIVE COMPANY. Class 09.CONTAINERS. Priority: 29/10/2013, 29/471,167 A2014/00593-COLGATE-PALMOLIVE . Class 09.CAPS FOR CONTAINERS. Priority: 28/10/2013, 29/471,041 A2014/00594-COLGATE-PALMOLIVE COMPANY. Class 09.CAPS FOR CONTAINERS. Priority: 28/10/2013, 29/471,040 A2014/00595-COLGATE-PALMOLIVE COMPANY. Class 09.CAPS FOR CONTAINERS. Priority: 28/10/2013, 29/471,038 A2014/00596-COLGATE-PALMOLIVE. Class 09.CONTAINERS. Priority: 29/10/2013, 29/471,160 A2014/00597-COLGATE-PALMOLIVE. Class 09.CONTAINERS. Priority: 29/10/2013, 29/471,162

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A2014/00598-COLGATE-PALMOLIVE COMPANY. Class 09.CONTAINERS. Priority: 29/10/2013, 29/471,166 A2014/00599-COLGATE-PALMOLIVE COMPANY. Class 09.CAPS FOR CONTAINERS. Priority: 28/10/2013, 29/471,038 A2014/00600-COLGATE-PALMOLIVE COMPANY. Class 09.CONTAINERS A2014/00601-COLGATE-PALMOLIVE COMPANY. Class 09.CONTAINERS. Priority: 29/10/2013, 29/471,157 A2014/00603-TOSHIBA GLOBAL COMMERCE SOLUTIONS HOLDINGS CORPORATION. Class 14.COMPUTING DEVICE HOLDER AND DOCL. Priority: 10/10/2013, 29/469,472 A2014/00604-IPIRANGA PRODUTOS DE PETROLEO S.A.. Class 09.CONTAINER. Priority: 08/10/2013, BR302013005138-2 A2014/00605-IPIRINGA PRODUTOS DE PETRLEO SA. Class 09.CONTAINER. Priority: 08/10/2013, BR302013005137-4 A2014/00606-DEREK BERDUS KRUGER. Class 08.TO BE ADVISED A2014/00608-TOSHIBA GLOBAL COMMERCE SOLUTIONS HOLDINGS CORPORATION. Class 14.COMPUTING DEVICE HOLDER AND DOCK. Priority: 10/10/2013, 29/469,472 A2014/00633-NKGODI RACE DIALE . Class 09.VEGETABLE GROWING TANK

- APPLIED ON 09/04/2014 -

A2014/00609-LUMOSS MOULDINGS (PROPRIETARY) LIMITED. Class 09.CONTAINER A2014/00610-THE GILLETTE COMPANY . Class 28.RAZOR COMPONENT. Priority: 13/05/2013, 29/472,580 A2014/00611-KONINKLIJKE PHILIPS N.V.. Class 07.BOTTLE WARMERS. Priority: 15/10/2013, 0023265790001 A2014/00612-EXCELLENT ID (PTY) LIMITED. Class 14.BIOMETRIC AND SMARTCARD ATTACHENT SUITABLE FOR A DOLPHIN D7800 COMPUTER F2014/00613-EXCELLENT ID (PTY) LIMITED. Class 14.BIOMETRIC AND SMARTCARD ATTACHMENT SUITABLE FOR A DOLPHIN D7800 COMPUTER

- APPLIED ON 10/04/2014 -

F2014/00627-ARTHUR RORY DONALD MILLS. Class 09.REFUSORTA A2014/00614-UNIFY GMBH & CO. KG . Class 14.ACCESSORIES FOR DESKTOP TELEPHONES. Priority: 10/10/2013, 001386387-0002

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A2014/00615-UNIFY GMBH & CO. KG. Class 14.ACCESSORIES FOR DESKTOP TELEPHONES. Priority: 10/10/2013, 001386387-0001 A2014/00616-UNIFY GMBH & CO. KG. Class 14.DESKTOP TELEPHONES. Priority: 10/10/2013, 0013864520004 A2014/00617-UNIFY GMBH & CO. KG. Class 14.DESKTOP TELEPHONES. Priority: 10/10/2013, 0013864520001 A2014/00618-UNIFY GMBH & CO. KG. Class 14.DESKTOP TELEPHONES. Priority: 10/10/2013, 0013864520003 A2014/00619-UNIFY GMBH & CO. KG. Class 14.DESKTOP TELEPHONES. Priority: 10/10/2013, 0013864520002 A2014/00620-UNIFY GMBH & CO. KG. Class 14.TELEPHONE HOLDERS. Priority: 10/10/2013, 0013864450001 A2014/00621-UNIFY GMBH & CO. KG. Class 14.TELEPHONE HOLDERS. Priority: 10/10/2013, 0013864450002 A2014/00622-UNIFY GMBH & CO. KG. Class 14.TELEPHONE HOLDERS. Priority: 10/10/2013, 0013864450003 A2014/00623-UNIFY GMBH & CO. KG. Class 14.TELEPHONE HOLDERS A2014/00624-S.C. JOHNSON & SON, INC. Class 09.BOTTLE AND TRIGGER. Priority: 08/11/2013, 86276 A2014/00626-SCHAFTENAAR, DEREK ROGER. Class 14.GRAPHICAL USER INTERFACE F2014/00625-UNIVERSITY OF CAPE TOWN . Class 24.A PROXIMAL FEMORAL COMPONENT OF A REPLACEMENT HIP

- APPLIED ON 11/04/2014 -

A2014/00628-ZYN APPARELL LLC. Class 32.CAMOUFLAGE PATTERN APPLIED TO A SUBSTRATE A2014/00629-NICOVENTURES HOLDINGS LIMITED. Class 09.PACKAGING. Priority: 14/10/2013, 0013871040001 A2014/00630-NICOVENTURES HOLDINGS LIMITED. Class 09.PACKAGING. Priority: 14/10/2013, 0013871040002 A2014/00631-INTELLIGENT ENERGY LIMITED. Class 13.MODULAR HYDROGEN FUEL CARTRIDGES. Priority: 11/10/2013, 29/469,656 A2014/00632-INTELLIGENT ENERGY LIMITED. Class 13.USB ADAPTERS. Priority: 11/10/2013, 29/469,662

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A2014/00634-IVECO FRANCE S.A.. Class 12.BUS. Priority: 14/10/2013, 002325555 A2014/00635-IVECO FRANCE S.A.. Class 12.BUS. Priority: 15/10/2013, 002326553 A2014/00636-IVECO FRANCE S.A.. Class 12.BUS A2014/00637-IVECO FRANCE S.A. . Class 12.BUS. Priority: 15/10/2013, 002326553 A2014/00638-BATILE MALOPE MOLAPE. Class 09.FRAGRANCE BOTTLE

- APPLIED ON 15/04/2014 -

A2014/00648-UVEX ARBEITSSCHUTZ GMBH. Class 16.SAFETY GOGGLE. Priority: 04/02/2014, 002 398 107 A2014/00649-UVEX ARBEITSSCHUTZ GMBH. Class 16.SAFETY GOGGLE. Priority: 04/02/2014, 002 398 107 F2014/00645-BIKEHITCH LIMITED. Class 12.A TOW HITCH CLAMP A2014/00646-UVEX ARBEITSSCHUTZ GMBH. Class 16.SAFETY GOGGLE. Priority: 04/02/2014, 002 398 107 F2014/00647-NCM INNOVATIONS (PTY) LTD. Class 08.A CLIP A2014/00640-IVECO FRANCE S.A.. Class 12.BUS. Priority: 15/10/2013, 002326629 A2014/00641-SWART, JURGEN, ANDRE. Class 22.A FISHING ROD HOLDER A2014/00642-IVECO FRANCE S.A.. Class 12.BUS. Priority: 16/10/2013, 002327056 A2014/00643-IVECO FRANCE S.A.. Class 12.BUS. Priority: 15/10/2013, 002326629 A2014/00644-IVECO FRANCE S.A.. Class 12.BUS F2014/00639-NORMAN CLIFFORD VENN. Class 20.AN ADVERTISING DEVICE

- APPLIED ON 16/04/2014 -

A2014/00650-Red Bull GmbH. Class 21.Multi-sports goals. Priority: 17/10/2013, 002328567-0001, 17/10/2013, 002328567-0003 A2014/00651-Red Bull GmbH. Class 21.Multi-sports goals. Priority: 17/10/2013, 002328567-0002 A2014/00655-SASOL TECHNOLOGY PROPRIETARY LIMITED. Class 15.SOLIDS HANDLING EQUIPMENT ROTARY PLOUGH COMPONETS

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A2014/00656-NISSAN JIDOSHA KABUSHIKI KAISHA(ALSO TRDING AS NISSAN MOTOR CO,LTD). Class 12.INSTRUMENT PANEL FOR AN AUTOMOBILE A2014/00658-SASOL TECHNOLOGY PROPRIETARY LIMITED. Class 15.SOLIDS HANDLING EQUIPMENT ROTARY PLOUGH COMPONENTS A2014/00660-SASOL TECHNOLOGY PROPRIETARY LIMITED. Class 15.SOLIDS HANDLING EQUIPMENT ROTARY PLOUGHS A2014/00661-INTELLIGENT ENERGY LIMITED. Class 13.ELECTRICAL POWER BATONS. Priority: 17/10/2013, 29/470,043 A2014/00662-WORLD PANEL, INC. Class 13.SOLAR PANEL CHARGERS. Priority: 17/10/2013, 29/470,187 A2014/00663-WORLD PANEL, INC.. Class 13.SOLAR PANEL CHARGERS. Priority: 17/10/2013, 29/470,187 A2014/00664-PRIMARY TECHNOLOGY SERVICES CC. Class 13.MULTI PLUG OUTLET A2014/00665-WORLD PANEL, INC.. Class 13.SOLAR PANEL CHARGERS. Priority: 17/10/2013, 29/470,187 A2014/00667-WONG.Yan Kwong. Class 07.SLICER A2014/00668-NISSAN JIDOSHA KABUSHIKI KAISHA(ALSO TRADING AS NISSAN MOTOR CO ,LTD. Class 12.RADIATOR GRILLE FOR AN AUTOMOBILE F2014/00652-REID,Malcolm,McKenzie. Class 07.FOOD PLATE F2014/00653-REID,Malcolm,McKenzie. Class 07.FOOD PLATE F2014/00654-SASOL TECHNOLOGY PROPRIETARY LIMITED . Class 15.SOLIDS HANDLING EQUIPMENT ROTARY PLOUGH COMPONENTS F2014/00657-SASOL TECHNOLOGY PROPRIETARY LIMITED. Class 15.SOLIDS HANDLING EQUIPMENT ROTARY PLOUGH COMPONENTS F2014/00659-SASOL TECHNOLOGY PROPRIETARY LIMITED. Class 15.SOLIDS HANDLING EQUIPMENT ROTARY PLOUGHS F2014/00666-ENERGY AUDIT LIGHTING (PTY) LTD. Class 26.LIGHTING FIXTURE

- APPLIED ON 18/04/2014 -

A2014/00674-MICHAEL EDWARD MAFAKALA. Class 12.WHEELS FOR CARS, TRUCKS, CYCLES AND MOTORCYCLES

- APPLIED ON 22/04/2014 -

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A2014/00669-HANSGROHE SE. Class 23.HANDLE FOR A SANITARY FAUCET. Priority: 24/10/2013, 001387799-0001 A2014/00670-HANSGROHE SE. Class 23.HANDLE FOR A SANITARY FAUCET. Priority: 24/10/2013, 001387799-0002 A2014/00676-SHANDONG YONGTAI CHEMICAL CO.LTD. Class 12.TIRE. Priority: 21/10/2013, 201330496309.0 F2014/00671-BLAND, BRIAN TREVOR. Class 02.A SEAT PROTECTOR F2014/00672-BLAND, BRIAN TREVOR. Class 99.A SEAT PROTECTOR F2014/00673-ENVIROSAN CC. Class 23. A TRAP A2014/00472-MUXINGO SULIAIMAN KATONGOLE. Class 99.TO BE ADVISED A2014/00675-JOSEPH JOSEPH LTD. Class 09.BINS FOR REFUSE AND WASTE A2014/00677-SHANDONG YONGTAI CHEMICAL CO. LTD. Class 12.TIRE. Priority: 21/10/2013, 20133046365.4 A2014/00678-SHANDONG YONGTAI CHEMICAL CO, LTD. Class 12.TIRE. Priority: 21/10/2013, 201330496366.9 A2014/00679-SHANDONG YONGTAI CHEMICAL CO. LTD . Class 12.TIRE. Priority: 21/10/2013, 201330496361.6 A2014/00681-IPTREE TRUST (TRUST NUMBER 503/2009). Class 09.A CONTAINER FOR LIQUID EXPLOSIVES A2014/00683-MCG INDUSTRIES (PTY) LIMITED. Class 09.A CRATE A2014/00684-KABUSHIKI KAISHA PILOT CORPORATION (ALSO TRADING AS PILOT CORPORATION). Class 19.BALLPOINT PEN. Priority: 21/10/2013, 2013-024600 A2014/00685-BEAUTY UNION GLOBAL LIMITED. Class 09.REFILL BOTTLE F2014/00680-IPTREE TRUST (TRUST NUMBER 503/2009). Class 09.A CONTAINER FOR LIQUID EXPLOSIVES F2014/00682-MCG INDUSTRIES (PTY) LIMITED. Class 09.A CRATE F2014/00688-PIETER SCHALK VAN HEERDEN (CUSTOMER CODE - LENKA3). Class 02.UNDERPANTS, (MEN`S); UNDERPANTS, SHORT [FOR MEN]

- APPLIED ON 23/04/2014 -

A2014/00689-CARNILINX (PTY) LTD. Class 09.PACK OF SMOKING ARTICLES

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A2014/00687-L`AIR LIQUIDE, SOCIETE ANONYME POUR I`ETUDE ET I1EXPLOITATION DES PROCEDES GEORGES CLAUDE. Class 23.ACCESSORIES FOR GAS CYLINDERS. Priority: 23/10/2013, 002331645-0001 F2014/00686-UNIQUE VENTILATION AND SUPPORT SYSTEMS (PROPRIETARY) LIMITED. Class 23.VENTILATION DUCT

- APPLIED ON 24/04/2014 -

F2014/00692-Nordischer Maschinenbau Rud. Baader GmbH + Co. KG . Class 31.MACHINES FOR PREPARING FOOD. Priority: 01/11/2013, 002337139-0001 / 002337139-0002 F2014/00693-Nordischer Maschinenbau Rud. Baader GmbH + Co. KG . Class 31.MACHINES FOR PREPARING FOOD. Priority: 01/11/2013, 002337139-0003 / 002337139-0004 A2014/00694-AURORA LIMITED. Class 26.LIGHT BULBS. Priority: 24/10/2013, DM/082148 A2014/00695-AURORA LIMITED. Class 26.LIGHT BULBS. Priority: 24/10/2013, DM/082148 A2014/00696-AURORA LIMITED. Class 26.LIGHT BULBS. Priority: 24/10/2013, DM/082148 A2014/00697-AURORA LIMITED. Class 26.LIGHT BULBS. Priority: 24/10/2013, DM/082148 A2014/00698-AURORA LIMITED. Class 26.LIGHT BULBS. Priority: 24/10/2013, DM/082148 A2014/00699-AURORA LIMITED. Class 26.LIGHT BULBS. Priority: 24/10/2013, DM/082148 A2014/00700-AURORA LIMITED. Class 26.LIGHT BULBS. Priority: 24/10/2013, DM/082148 A2014/00701-AURORA LIMITED. Class 26.LIGHT BULBS. Priority: 24/10/2013, DM/082148 A2014/00702-AURORA LIMITED. Class 26.LIGHT BULBS. Priority: 24/10/2013, DM/082148 A2014/00703-AURORA LIMITED. Class 26.LIGHT BULBS. Priority: 24/10/2013, DM/082148 A2014/00704-AURORA LIMITED. Class 26.LIGHT BULBS. Priority: 24/10/2013, DM/082148 A2014/00705-AURORA LIMITED. Class 26.LIGHT BULBS. Priority: 24/10/2013, DM/082148 F2014/00706-DAVID JAMES HAWKSWORTH. Class 25.ENCLOSURE A2014/00707-DAVID JAMES HAWKSWORTH. Class 25.ENCLOSURE A2014/00690-HOLSTER FASHION PTY LTD. Class 02.SOLE FOR A SHOE. Priority: 14/04/2014, 201411836 A2014/00691-SA MARBLITE CC. Class 25.HARDENED MARBLELITE LUMPS

- APPLIED ON 25/04/2014 -

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A2014/00709-KIND CONSUMER LIMITED. Class 03.REFILL CONTAINER FOR A SIMULATED CIGARETTE. Priority: 28/10/2013, 002334441 A2014/00711-VEROTYPE (PTY) LTD. Class 02.SAFETY BELT RETAINER A2014/00713-VEROTYPE (PTY) LTD. Class 02.SAFETY BELT RETAINER F2014/00708-PRATLEY INVESTMENTS (PROPRIETARY) LIMITED. Class 13.SCREW ON LID FOR AN ELECTRICAL JUNCTION BOX WITH PROTRUSIONS FOR LOCKING F2014/00710-SWF INDUSTRIAL, INC. Class 25.EXPANDING WALL CHANNEL. Priority: 25/10/2013, 29/740,878 F2014/00712-VROTYPE (PTY) LTD. Class 08.PROTECTIVE COVER

- APPLIED ON 29/04/2014 -

A2014/00714-BAYERISCHE MOTOREN WERKE AKTIENGESELLSCHAFT. Class 12.MOTOR VEHICLES. Priority: 31/10/2013, 402013101079.7 A2014/00715-PIENAAR, JACOPIENAAR, SAREL, JACOBUS. Class 12.VEHICLE A2014/00717-PIENAAR, SAREL JACOBUSPIENAAR, JACO. Class 12.VEHICLE A2014/00718-INVENTIO AG. Class 12.TRAVELATOR. Priority: 16/01/2014, 140426 A2014/00719-INVENTIO AG. Class 12.TRAVELATOR. Priority: 16/01/2014, 140426 F2014/00716-PIENAAR, JACOPIENAAR, SAREL, JACOBUS. Class 12.VEHICLE

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ASSIGNMENTS IN TERMS OF SECTIONS 30, 29-REGULATIONS 37, 38 AND 40

Application Number A2012/00581 A2013/00992 A2013/00992

Assignor ABSOLUT HOLDING FILIAL CP FORMATION LLC CLOVER PARK INSURANCE COMPANY ABSOLUT HOLDING FILIAL DELAWARE CAPITAL FORMATION INC CLOVER PARK INSURANCE COMPANY ABSOLUT HOLDING FILIAL DELAWARE CAPITAL FORMATION INC INTERMODAL SOLUTIONS PTY LTD CP FORMATION LLC BUITENDACH JOHAN NICOLAAS ABSOLUT HOLDING FILIAL DAIRY CREST LIMITED

Assignee THE ABSOLUT COMPANY AB OPW FUELING COMPONENTS INC CP FORMATION LLC

A2012/00578 A2013/00992

THE ABSOLUT COMPANY AB CLOVER PARK INSURANCE COMPANY

A2013/00991

CP FORMATION LLC

A2012/00580 A2013/00991

THE ABSOLUT COMPANY AB CLOVER PARK INSURANCE COMPANY

F2011/01945

LOAD AND MOVE PTY LTD

A2013/00991 F2006/01072 A2012/00579 A2009/01158

OPW FUELING COMPONENTS INC JONIBACH MANAGEMEMNT TRUST THE ABSOLUT COMPANY AB JUGCO LIMITED

CHANGE OF NAME IN TERMS OF REGULATION 41


No records available

CHANGE OF ADDRESS FOR SERVICE REGISTERED


No records available

CHANGE OF ADDRESS FOR PROPRIETOR REGISTERED


No records available

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APPLICATION FOR THE RESTORATION OF A LAPSED DESIGN UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT
No records available

APPLICATION TO CORRECT AND/OR AMEND DESIGNS APPLICATION OR REGISTRATION


REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA DESIGNS ACT, No. 195 OF 1993 APPLICATIONS TO CORRECT AND/OR AMEND DESIGNS APPLICATION OR REGISTRATION (SECTIONS 26, 27-REGULATION 41) PART I THE DESIGN APPLICATION TO BE CORRECTED OR AMENDED IS NOT YET OPEN FOR PUBLIC INSPECTION.THE PARTICULARS TO BE PUBLISHED SHALL BE THOSE SET OUT IN PART l. AN APPLICATION FOR CORRECTION OR AMENDMENT SO PUBLISHED MAY NOT BE INSPECTED AND MAY NOT BE OPPOSED.

PART II THE DESIGN APPLICATION TO BE CORRECTED OR AMENDED IS NOT OPEN FOR PUBLIC INSPECTION.THE PARTICULARS TO BE PUBLISHED SHALL BE THOSE SET OUT IN PART ll. AN APPLICATION FOR CORRECTION OR AMENDMENT SO PUBLISHED MAY BE INSPECTED AND MAY BE OPPOSED. Application No: F2014/00183 Articles: A BURNER FOR LIQUID FUEL STOVE Applicants: PROTO ENERGY (PTY) LTD Reason: The release date was accidentally omitted from the application papers due to a clerical error. Application No: A2014/00158 Articles: PORTABLE ELECTRONIC DEVICES Applicants: Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. Reason: That the application be amended to replace the incorrect drawings filed 29 January 2014 Application No: A2013/00967 Articles: COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY SCANNERS Applicants: Koninklijke Philips N.V. Reason: To include the Applicants name on the Form D.8 filed 12 November 2013 Application No: A2013/00968 Articles: COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY SCANNERS Applicants: Koninklijke Philips N.V. Reason: To include the Applicants name on the Form D.8 filed 12 November 2013

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Application No: A2013/00993 Articles: VEHICLES Applicants: Great Wall Motor Company Limited Reason: That the application be corrected to replace the incorrect representations which were inadvertently filed with the Form D.1 dated 23 May 2013 with the enclosed representations Application No: A2013/00994 Articles: VEHICLES Applicants: Great Wall Motor Company Limited Reason: That the application be corrected to replace the incorrect representations which were inadvertently filed with the Form D.1 dated 23 May 2013 with the enclosed representations Application No: A2012/01067 Articles: GENERATED IMAGE FOR A DISPLAY SCREEN OR PORTION THEREOF Applicants: Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. Reason: That the Form D.8 lodged on 19 November 2012 be amended to correct the priority date to 10 January 2012.

NOTICE OF REGISTRATION OF DESIGNS


Notice of registration of the designs mentioned below has been issued by the Registrar of Designs in terms of the Designs Act, 1993 (Act No. 195 of 1993)

INSPECTION OF DESIGNS
A design application, may after a notice of registration has been published, be inspected during office hours at the Designs Office, Pretoria, at a charge of R3, 00

COPIES OF DOCUMENTS
The Designs Office, Private Bag X400, Pretoria, supplies photocopies of all design documents at R1, 00 per page. (Payment to be affected by revenue stamps only.) The numerical references denote the following: (21) Number of application. (22) Date of lodgement. (23) release date (if applicable). (DR) Date of registration. (52) Class. (24) Type of design. (71) Name(s) of applicant(s). (33) Country. (31) Number and. (32) Date of convention application. (54) Articles to which design is to be applied. (57) Brief statement of features. N.B.: Date of registration (DR) is either Date of lodgement (22) or Date of convention of application (32) whichever is the earlier. Registrar of Designs

21: A2010/01188 22: 2010-08-27 23: 43: 2014-02-27 52: Class 28 24: Part A 71: THE GILLETTE COMPANY

33: 29/356, 733 31: United States of America 32: 2010-03-02 54: RAZOR CARTRIDGE 57: The design is to be applied to a razor cartridge. The features for which protection is claimed are

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PATENT JOURNAL 54: POURING STANDS FOR DRAUGHT BEER 57: The design is for a pouring stand for draught beer. The stand has a large, cylindrical shaped upper body which is mounted on a lower body. Front and rear ends of the upper body each defines a circular recess. An elongate feature with a circular centre is positioned in, and extends diametrically across, the front recess. A pouring arrangement protrudes forwardly from a top part of the front end. The arrangement has an upwardly projecting lever and a downwardly directed spout. The lower body is generally rectangular in shape and has four planar sides which consist of two opposed lateral sides, a front side and a rear side. The two lateral sides each has an array of circular formations. A bottom part of the rear side defines two elongate, adjacent recesses. A rectangular tray protrudes forwardly from the front side and is located below the front end.

those of shape and/or configuration and/or pattern and/or ornamentation, substantially as shown in the representations.

21: A2012/01708 22: 2012-09-27 23: 43: 2014-02-27 52: Class 11 24: Part A 71: BROWNS THE DIAMOND STORE CC 54: JEWELLERY 57: The design is to be applied to a set of jewellery articles consisting of ring, pendant and earpiece. The features for which protection is claimed are those of shape and/or configuration and/or ornamentation and/or pattern, substantially as shown in the representations, irrespective of the shape and size of the one or more diamonds A present therein.

Three dimensional view 21: A2012/01920 22: 2012-11-07 23: 43: 2012-05-11 52: Class 6 24: Part A 71: Joy Continental Limited 33: 101302718 31: TW 32: 2012-05-11 54: CHAIRS 57: The design is for a chair. The chair includes a body defining through opposite ends thereof transverse, round cylindrical passages of unequal diameter. The body includes an outer band defining a closed loop extending around the passages, a central bottom length and a central upper length of the band defining, in side view, respectively a crest curve and a sag curve. The body includes a curved support depending from a central part of the crest curve. The chair includes also a wave-like seat

21: A2012/01849 22: 2012-10-18 23: 43: 2012-04-19 52: Class 31 24: Part A 71: Heineken Supply Chain B.V. 33: 002028951-0001 31: EU 32: 2012-04-19

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which is curved over the band and which terminates on opposite sides of the opposite ends of the body.

21: A2013/00143. 22: 17/01/2013. 23: 43: 52: Class 06. 24: Part A 71: SNAPPI HOLDINGS (PTY) LTD 33: -. 31:-. 32:-. 54: A BABY SUPPORTING CHAIR 57: The novel features of the baby supporting chair are the shape or configuration thereof substantially as illustrated in the accompanying drawings.

Three dimensional view 21: A2012/01921 22: 2012-11-07 23: 43: 2012-05-11 52: Class 6 24: Part A 71: Joy Continental Limited 33: 101302717 31: TW 32: 2012-05-11 54: CHAIRS 57: The design is for a chair. The chair includes a body defining through opposite ends thereof transverse, round cylindrical passages of unequal diameter and, intermediate the round cylindrical passages, two transverse, irregular shaped passages, each tapering, in side view of the chair, narrower towards a rounded end thereof at a centre of the chair. The body includes an outer band defining a closed loop extending around the passages, a central bottom length of the band being straight and horizontal and a central upper length thereof defining, in side view, a sag curve extending over the irregular shaped apertures. The chair includes also a wave-like seat which is curved over the band and which terminates on opposite sides of the opposite ends of the body.

21: A2013/00221. 22: 30/01/2013. 23: 43: 52: Class 26. 24: Part A 71: SCHEWITZ, LARRY 33: -. 31:-. 32:-. 54: A LIGHT FITTING 57: The novel features of the light fitting are the shape or configuration thereof substantially as illustrated in the accompanying drawings.

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21: A2013/00242 22: 2013-02-04 23: 43: 2012-08-16 52: Class 9 24: Part A

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71: Colgate-Palmolive Company 33: 29/429,782 31: US 32: 2012-08-16 54: ORAL CARE IMPLEMENT PACKAGES 57: The design is for an oral care implement package that has an elongate body. The body defines a planar rear surface and a protruding front surface. The front surface resembles a toothbrush, and includes a handle-like portion connected to a roughly rectangular middle portion, and an oval head connected to the middle portion by a neck.

Three dimensional view 21: A2013/00595 22: 2013-04-03 23: 43: 2014-02-27 52: Class 24. 24: Part A 71: ATOMO DIAGNOSTICS PTY LIMITED 33: 14942/2012 31: AU 32: 2012-10-03 54: Device for Collecting and Testing a Fluid Sample 57: The design relates to a device for collecting and testing a fluid sample. The features of the design are those of shape and/or configuration and/or ornamentation. Three dimensional view 21: A2013/00243 22: 2013-02-04 23: 43: 2012-08-16 52: Class 9 24: Part A 71: Colgate-Palmolive Company 33: 29/429,782 31: US 32: 2012-08-16 54: ORAL CARE IMPLEMENT PACKAGES 57: The design is for an oral care implement package that has an elongate body. The body defines a planar rear surface and a protruding front surface. The front surface resembles a toothbrush, and includes a handle-like portion connected to a roughly rectangular middle portion, and an oval head connected to the middle portion by a neck. 21: A2013/00626. 22: 08/04/2013. 23: 43: 13/11/2013 52: Class 20. 24: Part A 71: GLEN MELVILLE MURPHY 33: -. 31:-. 32:-. 54: SHADE CLOTH SLEEVE 57: The novelty of the design resides in the shape, pattern, configuration or ornamentation of a mesh reinforced shade cloth sleeve for attachment to a

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permanent sun-shade. The face of the shade cloth sleeve incorporates a larger area for the representation of advertising or promotional material, along with a mounting medium, located at the four corners of the shade cloth sleeve, substantially as illustrated in the attached representations.

Three dimensional view 21: A2013/00808 22: 2013-05-03 23: 43: 2013-03-15 52: Class 14 24: Part A 71: Vertu Corporation Limited 33: 002203075-0001 31: EU 32: 2013-03-15 54: PORTABLE HANDSETS 57: The design is for a portable handset having in front view an elongate flattened pentagonal shaped body. The body includes top, bottom, front and rear faces, and two parallel longitudinal sides. The front face is divided into two portions which include a narrow lower portion and a wide top portion or screen. The rear face includes a feature with a pentagonal periphery. The feature is partitioned into a major T-shaped central zone and two minor zones, one on each side of the major zone. A circular feature is provided in the T-shaped central zone. Control features and ports are defined on the sides and the top face.

21: A2013/00807 22: 2013-05-03 23: 43: 2012-11-06 52: Class 19 24: Part A 71: Pentel Kabushiki Kaisha 33: 2012-026991 31: JP 32: 2012-11-06 54: PENS 57: The design is for a pen including a body and a cap. The cap is receivable over a tapered front end, writing tip, and roughly cylindrical grip formation of the body. The cap is peripherally bevelled around a mouth defined in a rear end thereof. A front end of the cap is rounded. A front region of the cap defines two opposite windows being elongated with rounded ends and straight sides. A curved pocket clip of the cap is attached to the front region via a base, with a prominent groove being defined around the base. The grip formation includes a series of wave-like patterns extending circumferentially around it. A rear end portion of the body is circumferentially stepped inwardly, defines around it a circumferential ridge, and, behind the ridge, curves rearwardly inwardly towards a flat end.

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Three dimensional view Three dimensional view 21: A2013/00809 22: 2013-05-03 23: 43: 2012-11-06 52: Class 12 24: Part A 71: The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company 33: 29/436,455 31: US 32: 2012-11-06 54: TIRES AND TIRE TREADS 57: The design is for a tyre. The tyre comprises a tread having five rows of tread elements spaced respectively by two narrow shoulder circumferentially continuous grooves and two wider center circumferentially continuous grooves arranged in an asymmetric directional tread pattern; a first shoulder row having a circumferential array of short downwardly arching groove fingers; a first adjacent intermediate row having a circumferential array of upwardly inclined arched groove fingers extending from an outward edge with adjacent arched groove fingers separated by an upwardly arched shorter groove finger; a center row forming a continuous rib; a second intermediate row having a circumferential array of elongate S-shaped groove fingers with adjacent S-shaped fingers separated by an upwardly arching shorter groove finger, and a second shoulder row having a circumferential array of upwardly arching groove fingers extending from an outward tread edge toward a circumferential groove. 21: A2013/00832 22: 2013-05-07 23: 43: 2012-11-07 52: Class 2 24: Part A 71: CAIRD, Clay Edward James 33: 416971 31: NZ 32: 2012-11-07 54: HEADGEAR 57: Features of the design relates to a headgear item in the form of a decorative cricket helmet, the design features including a helmet portion, a visor portion mountable to the front of the helmet, and a grill portion extending from the base of the helmet at one side to the base of the helmet at the opposite side, providing a protective grill across the front face of the cricket helmet.

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PATENT JOURNAL vehicle, with four regularly spaced grooves extending between and parallel to the ridges.

21: A2013/00841 22: 2013-05-09 23: 43: 2012-11-09 52: Class 21 24: Part A 71: Honda Motor Co., Ltd. 33: 29/436,934 31: US 32: 2012-11-09 54: VEHICLE REPLICAS 57: The design is for a vehicle replica. The vehicle replica has a front portion which includes a bonnet sloping downwardly from a windshield towards an inverted five sided grille. Elongate headlights extend outwardly and upwardly from either side of the grille. A front fender is defined below the inverted point of the grille. Toward a bottom edge of the fender two parallelogram-shaped recesses are defined. Two irregularly shaped taillights are defined within a boot door of the vehicle replica and extend outwardly on either side of the boot door. Two longitudinallyextending ridges are defined on opposite sides of a roof of the vehicle, with four regularly spaced grooves extending between and parallel to the ridges.

Three dimensional view 21: A2013/00844 22: 2013-05-09 23: 43: 2014-02-06 52: Class 23. 24: Part A 71: URBAN RAIN SYSTEMS (PROPRIETARY) LIMITED 54: Water Storage Tank 57: The design relates to a water storage tank. The features of the design for which protection is claimed are the shape and/or configuration of the illustrated water storage tank.

Three dimensional view 21: A2013/00843 22: 2013-05-09 23: 43: 2012-11-09 52: Class 12 24: Part A 71: Honda Motor Co., Ltd. 33: 29/436,934 31: US 32: 2012-11-09 54: VEHICLES 57: The design is for a vehicle, in particular for an SUV-type passenger vehicle. The vehicle has a front portion which includes a bonnet sloping downwardly from a windshield towards an inverted five sided grille. Elongate headlights extend outwardly and upwardly from either side of the grille. A front fender is defined below the inverted point of the grille. Toward a bottom edge of the fender two parallelogram-shaped recesses are defined. Two irregularly shaped taillights are defined within a boot door of the vehicle and extend outwardly on either side of the boot door. Two longitudinally-extending ridges are defined on opposite sides of a roof of the

21: A2013/00845 22: 2013-05-10 23: 43: 2012-11-14 52: Class 14 24: Part A 71: Crown Equipment Corporation 33: 29/437,154 31: US 32: 2012-11-14 54: CONTROLLERS 57: The design is for a controller, in particular for a two-button controller. The controller has a rear generally rectangular base component which has rounded corners. The controller further comprises

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PATENT JOURNAL 52: Class 11 24: Part A 71: SHIMANSKY, Yair 54: Jewellery Rings 57: The design relates to a jewellery ring as shown in the accompanying drawings.

a generally rectangular front component which is flatter but wider than the base component, thus overhanging the base component, and has rounded corners. Two round buttons are provided along a side at a lower corner of the front component. A sidewall of the front component bulges arcuately outwardly to accommodate the buttons. The front component defines a step below which the width and length of the front component decrease in a stepwise fashion.

Three dimensional view 21: A2013/00848 22: 2013-05-10 23: 43: 2013-05-10 52: Class 11 24: Part A 71: SHIMANSKY, Yair 54: Jewellery Rings 57: The design relates to a jewellery ring as shown in the accompanying drawings.

Three dimensional view 21: A2013/00846 22: 2013-05-10 23: 43: 2013-05-10 52: Class 11 24: Part A 71: SHIMANSKY, Yair 54: Jewellery Rings 57: The design relates to a jewellery ring as shown in the accompanying drawings.

Three dimensional view 21: A2013/00849 22: 2013-05-10 23: 43: 2013-05-10 52: Class 11 24: Part A 71: SHIMANSKY, Yair 54: Jewellery Rings 57: The design relates to a jewellery ring as shown in the accompanying drawings.

Three dimensional view 21: A2013/00847 22: 2013-05-10 23: 43: 2013-05-10

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Three dimensional view 21: A2013/00850 22: 2013-05-10 23: 43: 2013-05-10 52: Class 11 24: Part A 71: SHIMANSKY, Yair 54: Jewellery Rings 57: The design relates to a jewellery ring as shown in the accompanying drawings.

Three dimensional view 21: A2013/00855 22: 2013-05-13 23: 43: 2012-11-14 52: Class 15 24: Part A 71: Sandvik Intellectual Property AB 33: 001351126-0005 31: EU 32: 2012-11-14 54: CRUSHER FEED HOPPERS 57: The design is for a crusher feed hopper. The hopper comprises four equi-angularly spaced adjacent arcuate cassettes arranged to form an annular structure. Each cassette comprises a curved component arranged atop a plurality of rectangular components. A pattern is defined on an inner surface of each cassette. The curved components form a flange or lip which projects outwardly past an outer surface of the rectangular components. Small lug members project upwardly from the lip and a number of circular apertures are defined by the lip.

Three dimensional view 21: A2013/00851 22: 2013-05-10 23: 43: 2013-05-10 52: Class 11 24: Part A 71: SHIMANSKY, Yair 54: Jewellery Rings 57: The design relates to a jewellery ring as shown in the accompanying drawings. Three dimensional view 21: A2013/00856 22: 2013-05-13 23: 43: 2012-11-14 52: Class 15 24: Part A

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71: Sandvik Intellectual Property AB 33: 001351126-0003 31: EU 32: 2012-11-14 54: CRUSHER FEED HOPPER WEAR PROTECTION CASSETTES 57: The design is for a crusher feed hopper wear protection cassette. The cassette comprises a curved component arranged on top of four rectangular components. The rectangular components depend downwardly from and transversely to the curved component. The rectangular components are arranged arcuately to match the curvature of the curved component. On a front side of each rectangular component a pattern is defined, which is repeated on a top and a bottom half of the component. At a rear side of each rectangular component, an elongate bracket with decreasing width from top to bottom projects outwardly. A number of circular apertures are distributed across the curved and rectangular components.

Three dimensional view 21: A2013/00858 22: 23: 43: 2014-02-06 52: Class 8 24: Part A 71: OMNIA GROUP (PROPRIETATARY) LIMITED 54: DETONATOR CLIP 57: The novelty of the design as applied to a detonator clip resides in the shape and/or configuration thereof, substantially as shown in the accompanying drawings

Three dimensional view 21: A2013/00857 22: 2013-05-13 23: 43: 2012-11-14 52: Class 15 24: Part A 71: Sandvik Intellectual Property AB 33: 001351126-0001 31: EU 32: 2012-11-14 54: CRUSHER FEED HOPPER WEAR PROTECTION CASSETTES 57: The design is for a crusher feed hopper wear protection cassette. The cassette comprises a curved component arranged on top of four rectangular components. The rectangular components depend downwardly from and transversely to the curved component. The rectangular components are arranged arcuately to match the curvature of the curved component. Each rectangular component defines a rectangular recess at a bottom edge. At a rear side of each rectangular component, an elongate bracket with decreasing width from top to bottom projects outwardly. A number of circular apertures are distributed across the curved and rectangular components. 21: A2013/00859 22: 23: 43: 2014-02-06 52: Class 8 24: Part A 71: OMNIA GROUP (PROPRIETARY) LIMITED 54: DETONATOR CLIP 57: The novelty in the design as applied to a detonator clip resides in the shape and/or configuration thereof, substantially as shown in the accompanying drawings

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PATENT JOURNAL 57: The design relates to a dispenser. The features of the design are those of shape and/or configuration.

21: A2013/00860 22: 2013-05-14 23: 43: 2014-02-06 52: Class 26. 24: Part A 71: SCHREDER 33: 1352108-0001 31: EM 32: 2012-11-22 54: Lighting Fixture 57: The design relates to a lighting fixture. The features of the design are those of shape and/or configuration.

21: A2013/00862 22: 2013-05-14 23: 43: 2013-04-24 52: Class 14 24: Part A 71: Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. 33: 30-2013-0021687 31: KR 32: 2013-04-24 54: ICONS FOR PORTIONS OF DISPLAY SCREENS 57: The design is for an icon for a portion of a display screen. The icon has a telephone-shaped feature and two curved arrows which are located inside a large circle. The one arrow curves downwardly and forwardly from a rear side of the telephone-shaped feature towards a lower end thereof, while the other arrow curves upwardly from below the lower end and around a front side of the lower end.

21: A2013/00861 22: 2013-05-14 23: 43: 2014-02-06 52: Class 9. 24: Part A 71: ORBEL HEALTH LIMITED 33: 002203687 31: EM 32: 2013-03-15 54: Dispenser

Front view of an icon for a portion of a display screen

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21: A2013/00863 22: 2013-05-14 23: 43: 2013-04-22 52: Class 14 24: Part A 71: Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. 33: 30-2013-0021029 31: KR 32: 2013-04-22 54: ICONS FOR PORTIONS OF DISPLAY SCREENS 57: The design is for an icon for a portion of a display screen. The icon comprises three elements: a gallery element; an old fashioned, stylised microphone-shaped element; and a circular element. The microphone-shaped element is superimposed over a corner of the gallery element. The gallery element comprises a rectangular border around a stylised mountain. The circular element is superimposed over a corner of the microphoneshaped element. Front view of an icon for a portion of a display screen 21: A2013/00865 22: 2013-05-14 23: 43: 2013-04-08 52: Class 14 24: Part A 71: Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. 33: 30-2013-0017974 31: KR 32: 2013-04-08 54: ICONS FOR PORTIONS OF DISPLAY SCREENS 57: The design is for an icon for a portion of a display screen. The icon has three concentric circles. An outline of a woman with a ponytail, when seen in side view, striding, is located inside the circles.

Front view of an icon for a portion of a display screen 21: A2013/00864 22: 2013-05-14 23: 43: 2013-04-22 52: Class 14 24: Part A 71: Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. 33: 30-2013-0021028 31: KR 32: 2013-04-22 54: ICONS FOR PORTIONS OF DISPLAY SCREENS 57: The design is for an icon for a portion of a display screen. The icon comprises two elements: a gallery element and a musical note element. The note element is superimposed over a corner of the gallery element. The gallery element comprises a rectangular border around a stylised mountain.

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PATENT JOURNAL below. The eye element has three pronounced eye lashes which obscure the scroll-mode element beneath.

Front view of an icon for a portion of a display screen 21: A2013/00866 22: 2013-05-14 23: 43: 2013-03-27 52: Class 14 24: Part A 71: Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. 33: 30-2013-0015494 31: KR 32: 2013-03-27 54: ICONS FOR PORTIONS OF DISPLAY SCREENS 57: The design is for an icon for a portion of a display screen. The icon comprises two elements: a circular scroll-mode element and a device element. The device element is superimposed over a corner of the scroll-mode element. The scroll-mode element has a central circle with triangular arrows above and below. The device element comprises two rectangular tablet- or smartphone-like devices, one superimposed above the other.

Front view of an icon for a portion of a display screen 21: A2013/00868 22: 2013-05-14 23: 43: 2013-02-22 52: Class 14 24: Part A 71: Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. 33: 30-2013-0009240 31: KR 32: 2013-02-22 54: GRAPHICAL USER INTERFACES FOR DISPLAY SCREENS OR PORTIONS THEREOF 57: The design is for a graphical user interface for a display screen. The interface includes a rectangular block which extends across the screen. An elongate, narrow scroll bar extends centrally along most of the length of the block. The scroll bar is divided by a scroller and is shaded differently on each side thereof. A sun-shaped icon is provided next to one end of the scroll bar. A circular central portion of the icon is divided into two sections of different shading, wherein the relative surface area ratio between the two sections corresponds with the position of the scroller.

Front view of an icon for a portion of a display screen 21: A2013/00867 22: 2013-05-14 23: 43: 2013-03-27 52: Class 14 24: Part A 71: Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. 33: 30-2013-0015493 31: KR 32: 2013-03-27 54: ICONS FOR PORTIONS OF DISPLAY SCREENS 57: The design is for an icon for a portion of a display screen. The icon comprises two elements: a circular scroll-mode element and an eye element. The eye element is superimposed over a corner of the scroll-mode element. The scroll-mode element has a central circle with triangular arrows above and

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Front view of a graphical user interface for a display screen or portion thereof with an icon on a scroll bar in a first position and showing a corresponding change in a further icon 21: A2013/00869 22: 2013-05-14 23: 43: 2012-11-20 52: Class 9 24: Part A 71: Saverglass 33: 002139360-0001 31: EU 32: 2012-11-20 54: BOTTLES 57: The design is for a bottle, in particular for a bottle having a body which is circular in cross-section. The bottle defines an elongate neck which projects upwardly from a shoulder. A junction between the neck and shoulder is concave with a small radius of curvature. A junction between the shoulder and body is sharp. The shoulder is gently inclined from the horizontal so that it slopes gently downwardly and outwardly. The body bulges at a centre portion, providing a maximum width to the body at about half the body height. The body gradually tapers towards the shoulder and a base from the centre portion.

Three dimensional view 21: A2013/00870 22: 2013-05-14 23: 43: 2012-11-20 52: Class 9 24: Part A 71: Saverglass 33: 002139089-0001 31: EU 32: 2012-11-20 54: BOTTLES 57: The design is for a bottle, in particular for a bottle having a stout body which is oval in cross-section. The bottle defines a large-diameter cylindrical neck which projects upwardly from an upper part of the body, where the bottle forms a rounded shoulder. The cylindrical neck curves concavely into the shoulder, with a large radius of curvature. The upper portion of the bottle is wider than its base, and the body gradually tapers from the upper portion towards the base. The edge of the base protrudes slightly outwardly from the body of the bottle.

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Three dimensional view 21: A2013/00871 22: 2013-05-14 23: 43: 2012-11-20 52: Class 9 24: Part A 71: Saverglass 33: 002139105-0001 31: EU 32: 2012-11-20 54: BOTTLES 57: The design is for a bottle, in particular for a bottle having a stout body which is oval in cross-section. The bottle defines a large-diameter cylindrical neck which projects upwardly from an upper part of the body, where the bottle forms a rounded shoulder. The cylindrical neck curves concavely into the shoulder, with a small radius of curvature. The upper portion of the bottle is wider than its base, and the body gradually tapers from the upper portion towards the base. The edge of the base protrudes slightly outwardly from the body of the bottle.

Three dimensional view 21: A2013/00872 22: 2013-05-14 23: 43: 2013-02-22 52: Class 14 24: Part A 71: Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. 33: 30-2013-0009321 31: KR 32: 2013-02-22 54: ICONS FOR PORTIONS OF DISPLAY SCREENS 57: The design is for an icon for a portion of a display screen. The icon has a generally squareshaped feature with rounded corners and convex sides. The feature has an outer peripherallyextending band providing a slightly raised or embossed look. An inner surface of the feature within the band is dimpled and has lighter raised markings depicting an old fashioned, stylised microphone.

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Front view of an icon for a portion of a display screen 21: A2013/00873 22: 2013-05-14 23: 43: 2013-02-22 52: Class 14 24: Part A 71: Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. 33: 30-2013-0009193 31: KR 32: 2013-02-22 54: GRAPHICAL USER INTERFACES FOR DISPLAY SCREENS OR PORTIONS THEREOF 57: The design is for a graphical user interface for a display screen. The interface has a rectangular block which extends along a lower portion of the display screen. A series of longitudinally-spaced elements are located in the block. The series consists of a square element, a circular skip back button, a larger circular pause button, a circular skip forward button and a circumflex-shaped element.

Front view of a graphical user interface for a display screen or portion thereof 21: A2013/00874 22: 2013-05-14 23: 43: 2013-02-22 52: Class 14 24: Part A 71: Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. 33: 30-2013-0009195 31: KR 32: 2013-02-22 54: GRAPHICAL USER INTERFACES FOR DISPLAY SCREENS OR PORTIONS THEREOF 57: The design is for a graphical user interface for a display screen. The interface has a rectangular outer shape within which a plurality of blocks and icons are located. A lower half of the interface has two rows of three icons each. The icons of a lower row each have a generally square shape, with an upper corner thereof having an overlayed circular element. The other row has rectangular, square and circular icons. A pair of rectangular blocks is located above the two rows. A large rectangular block is located above the pair. Three small rectangular page indicators are located centrally below the lower row.

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Front view of a graphical user interface for a display screen or portion thereof 21: A2013/00875 22: 2013-05-14 23: 43: 2013-02-22 52: Class 14 24: Part A 71: Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. 33: 30-2013-0009330 31: KR 32: 2013-02-22 54: ICONS FOR PORTIONS OF DISPLAY SCREENS 57: The design is for an icon for a portion of a display screen. The icon has a square outline and a cloud-shaped feature which is located centrally on the icon. A small circular mark is located in each corner of the square outline. An elongate element extends along a lower edge of the outline in a generally complementary fashion. An oblong mark is located on the elongate element, proximate an end thereof.

Front view of an icon for a portion of a display screen 21: A2013/00893 22: 2013-05-15 23: 43: 2013-02-06 52: Class 14 24: Part A 71: Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. 33: 30-2013-0006504 31: KR 32: 2013-02-06 54: PORTABLE TERMINALS 57: The design relates to a portable terminal having a body with a near-rectangular face having rounded corners. A beveled edge extends around a perimeter of the face.

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21: A2013/00894 22: 2013-05-15 23: 43: 2013-02-06 52: Class 14 24: Part A 71: Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. 33: 30-2013-0006498 31: KR 32: 2013-02-06 54: PORTABLE TERMINALS 57: The design relates to a portable terminal having a near-rectangular back cover including a rectangular face, opposite sidewalls and opposite top and bottom walls projecting forwardly from the face. The top and bottom walls are shorter in length than the sidewalls. A portion of a terminating edge of the top wall includes a laterally offset near semicircular indentation. A terminating perimeter of the bottom wall includes a centered elongate recess.

Three dimensional view 21: A2013/00896 22: 2013-05-15 23: 43: 2013-02-06 52: Class 14 24: Part A 71: Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. 33: 30-2013-0006502 31: KR 32: 2013-02-06 54: PORTABLE TERMINALS 57: The design relates to a portable terminal having a near-rectangularly shaped body with a front nearrectangular face having rearwardly extending opposite top and bottom walls and two opposite sidewalls, the top and bottom walls being shorter in length than the sidewalls. The body has rounded corners. A juncture between the face and the walls is beveled. The body includes a peripherally extending band at a rear edge of the walls. The band has at its top an off-centre rounded protrusion. A portion of the bottom wall and the band defines a centred polygonal recess. The walls have a plurality of peripherally extending parallel markings thereon.

Three dimensional view 21: A2013/00895 22: 2013-05-15 23: 43: 2013-02-06 52: Class 14 24: Part A 71: Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. 33: 30-2013-0006501 31: KR 32: 2013-02-06 54: PORTABLE TERMINALS 57: The design relates to a portable terminal having a near-rectangularly shaped body with a front nearrectangular face having rearwardly extending opposite top and bottom walls and two opposite sidewalls, the top and bottom walls being shorter in length than the sidewalls. The body has rounded corners. A juncture between the face and the walls is beveled. The body includes a peripherally extending band at a rear edge of the walls. The band has at its top an off-centre rounded protrusion. A portion of the

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PATENT JOURNAL 21: A2013/00898 22: 2013-05-15 23: 43: 2013-02-06 52: Class 14 24: Part A 71: Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. 33: 30-2013-0006489 31: KR 32: 2013-02-06 54: PORTABLE TERMINALS 57: The design relates to a portable terminal having a near-rectangular body having opposite front and back faces spaced apart by opposite top and bottom curved walls and two opposite curved sidewalls, the top and bottom walls being shorter in length relative to the sidewalls. The body has rounded corners. A rectangular button having rounded corners is located at a bottom portion of the front face, centered between the sidewalls. An elongate grille having rounded ends is located at a top portion of the front face, centered between the sidewalls. The top wall has a circular socket. One sidewall has a first elongate button, and the opposite sidewall has a second elongate button, both buttons being proximate the top wall. The back face includes a near-square camera sensor and flash, each having rounded corners.

Three dimensional view 21: A2013/00897 22: 2013-05-15 23: 43: 2013-02-06 52: Class 14 24: Part A 71: Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. 33: 30-2013-0006495 31: KR 32: 2013-02-06 54: PORTABLE TERMINALS 57: The design relates to a portable terminal having a near-rectangular front face with gently rounded corners.

Three dimensional view 21: A2013/00899 22: 2013-05-15 23: 43: 2013-02-06 52: Class 14 24: Part A 71: Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. 33: 30-2013-0006494 31: KR 32: 2013-02-06 54: PORTABLE TERMINALS 57: The design relates to a portable terminal having a near-rectangular front face with gently rounded

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corners. A rectangular display screen is located along a length the front face, the display screen having sharply rounded corners.

Front view of a graphical user interface for a display screen or portion thereof showing a volume bar in a first postion 21: A2013/00901 22: 2013-05-15 23: 43: 2013-02-23 52: Class 14 24: Part A 71: Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. 33: 30-2013-0009610 31: KR 32: 2013-02-23 54: GRAPHICAL USER INTERFACES FOR DISPLAY SCREENS OR PORTIONS THEREOF 57: The design is for a graphical user interface for a display screen or a portion thereof. The interface is rectangular shaped and has two separate rectangular shaped display areas having respective borders comprising two parallel lines, with one display area in the top right corner of the interface and the other in the bottom left corner of the interface.

Three dimensional view 21: A2013/00900 22: 2013-05-15 23: 43: 2013-03-13 52: Class 14 24: Part A 71: Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. 33: 30-2013-0012743 31: KR 32: 2013-03-13 54: GRAPHICAL USER INTERFACES FOR DISPLAY SCREENS OR PORTIONS THEREOF 57: The design is for a graphical user interface for a display screen or a portion thereof. The interface is rectangular shaped and has a centrally placed volume bar having a circular icon. The circular icon is movable along the volume bar and a vibration icon can be seen on the left side of the volume bar when the circular icon is on the left end on the volume bar.

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Front view of a graphical user interface for a display screen or portion thereof 21: A2013/00902 22: 2013-05-15 23: 43: 2013-02-23 52: Class 14 24: Part A 71: Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. 33: 30-2013-0009592 31: KR 32: 2013-02-23 54: GRAPHICAL USER INTERFACES FOR DISPLAY SCREENS OR PORTIONS THEREOF 57: The design is for a graphical user interface for a display screen or a portion thereof. The interface is rectangular shaped and has two vertically placed capsule shaped up and down buttons in the middle of the interface. The borders of which are comprised of two parallel lines. One circle is also located centrally above the capsule shaped up and down buttons and the other two circles are located directly below each of the capsule shaped up and down buttons. The circumferences of the circles comprise two parallel lines.

Front view of a graphical user interface for a display screen or portion thereof 21: A2013/00903 22: 2013-05-15 23: 43: 2013-02-23 52: Class 14 24: Part A 71: Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. 33: 30-2013-0009542 31: KR 32: 2013-02-23 54: GRAPHICAL USER INTERFACES FOR DISPLAY SCREENS OR PORTIONS THEREOF 57: The design is for a graphical user interface or a portion thereof. The interface is rectangular shape and has two partially visible rectangularshaped tabs, with one positioned below the other, and the bottom tab having a slightly protruding bottom left corner.

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Front view of a graphical user interface for a display screen or portion thereof 21: A2013/00904 22: 2013-05-15 23: 43: 2013-02-23 52: Class 14 24: Part A 71: Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. 33: 30-2013-0009516 31: KR 32: 2013-02-23 54: ICONS FOR DISPLAY SCREENS OR PORTIONS THEREOF 57: The design is for an icon for a display screen or portion thereof. The icon comprises a centrally placed rectangular shaped area that is white in color with rounded corners and having a small inner rectangle that is dark in color. The first and second flag shaped arrows that are horizontally and oppositely faced relative to each other are placed on the centre of the icon. The icon also has two partially visible rectangular shaped areas located on either side of the centrally placed icon, the partially visible areas being dark in color with rounded corners and each having a small inner rectangle that is white in color.

Front view of an icon for a display screen or portion thereof 21: A2013/00905 22: 2013-05-15 23: 43: 2013-02-23 52: Class 14 24: Part A 71: Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. 33: 30-2013-0009588 31: KR 32: 2013-02-23 54: ICONS FOR DISPLAY SCREENS OR PORTIONS THEREOF 57: The design is for an icon for a display screen or a portion thereof. The icon consists of an eye shape with a circular middle having a crescent shape within the circular middle, a v-shaped arrow pointing downwards in the direction of a second eye shape, the outline of which is made up of small square blocks.

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Front view of a graphical user interface for a display screen or portion thereof Front view of an icon for a display screen or portion thereof 21: A2013/00906 22: 2013-05-15 23: 43: 2013-02-23 52: Class 14 24: Part A 71: Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. 33: 30-2013-0009540 31: KR 32: 2013-02-23 54: GRAPHICAL USER INTERFACES FOR DISPLAY SCREENS OR PORTIONS THEREOF 57: The design is for a graphical user interface for a display screen or portion thereof. The interface is rectangular shaped and has two separate rectangular shaped display areas having the respective borders comprising two parallel lines, with one display area in the top right corner of the interface and the other in the bottom left corner interface. The display area in the bottom left corner has a second small box in its top right corner and the border of which comprises two parallel lines. 21: A2013/00907 22: 2013-05-15 23: 43: 2013-02-23 52: Class 14 24: Part A 71: Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. 33: 30-2013-0009501 31: KR 32: 2013-02-23 54: ICONS FOR DISPLAY SCREENS OR PORTIONS THEREOF 57: The design is for an icon for a display screen or portion thereof. The icon comprises a parabola being formed downwardly and in the shape of a curved line, three cylindrical lines being separated evenly and shortly under the curved line, and a space being between the three cylindrical lines and the curved line.

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PATENT JOURNAL Front view of an icon for a display screen or portion thereof 21: A2013/00909 22: 2013-05-15 23: 43: 2013-02-23 52: Class 14 24: Part A 71: Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. 33: 30-2013-0009505 31: KR 32: 2013-02-23 54: ICONS FOR DISPLAY SCREENS OR PORTIONS THEREOF 57: The design is for an icon for a display screen or portion thereof. The icon is square shaped, has a face in the middle thereof and two other faces partially visible on either side of the face in the middle of the icon and is set against a grey background.

Three dimensional view 21: A2013/00908 22: 2013-05-15 23: 43: 2013-02-23 52: Class 14 24: Part A 71: Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. 33: 30-2013-0009587 31: KR 32: 2013-02-23 54: ICONS FOR DISPLAY SCREENS OR PORTIONS THEREOF 57: The design is for an icon for a display screen or a portion thereof. The icon is in the shape of an eye with a circular middle having a crescent shape within the circular middle.

Front view of an icon for a display screen or portion thereof 21: A2013/00910 22: 2013-05-15 23: 43: 2013-02-23 52: Class 14 24: Part A 71: Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. 33: 30-2013-0009605 31: KR 32: 2013-02-23 54: GRAPHICAL USER INTERFACES FOR DISPLAY SCREENS OR PORTIONS THEREOF 57: The design is for a graphical user interface for a display screen or a portion thereof. The interface is rectangular in shape and vertically placed. The interface has a horizontal line that runs from one side of the interface to the other, thus forming two equally spaced segments.

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Front view of a graphical user interface for a display screen or portion thereof 21: A2013/00911 22: 2013-05-15 23: 43: 2013-02-23 52: Class 14 24: Part A 71: Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. 33: 30-2013-0009602 31: KR 32: 2013-02-23 54: GRAPHICAL USER INTERFACES FOR DISPLAY SCREENS OR PORTIONS THEREOF 57: The design is for a graphical user interface for a display screen or a portion thereof. The interface is square shaped and is separated into two halves by a horizontal line that runs across the centre of the interface. The bottom half is further divided into two sections by a horizontal line, the upper section of the bottom half being larger than the lower section. The lower section of the bottom half has two capsule shaped areas located therein that are horizontally placed next to one another.

Front view of a graphical user interface for a display screen or portion thereof 21: A2013/00912 22: 2013-05-15 23: 43: 2013-02-23 52: Class 14 24: Part A 71: Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. 33: 30-2013-0009603 31: KR 32: 2013-02-23 54: GRAPHICAL USER INTERFACES FOR DISPLAY SCREENS OR PORTIONS THEREOF 57: The design is for a graphical user interface for a display screen or a portion thereof. The interface is rectangular shaped and is separated into two halves by a horizontal line that runs across the centre of the interface. Each half of the interface has a narrow long rectangular box located at the top of each half with a corner-rounded square box adjacent to the rectangular box. Each half of the interface has a small circle located in the bottom right corner.

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Front view of a graphical user interface for a display screen or portion thereof 21: A2013/00914 22: 2013-05-15 23: 43: 2013-02-23 52: Class 14 24: Part A 71: Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. 33: 30-2013-0009531 31: KR 32: 2013-02-23 54: GRAPHICAL USER INTERFACES FOR DISPLAY SCREENS OR PORTIONS THEREOF 57: The design is for a graphical user interface for a display screen or a portion thereof. The area inside the alternate short and long lines represents the area to be claimed. The interface has a rectangular shape and a lock shape below the rectangular shape.

Front view of a graphical user interface for a display screen or portion thereof 21: A2013/00913 22: 2013-05-15 23: 43: 2013-03-13 52: Class 14 24: Part A 71: Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. 33: 30-2013-0012838 31: KR 32: 2013-03-13 54: GRAPHICAL USER INTERFACES FOR DISPLAY SCREENS OR PORTIONS THEREOF 57: The design is for a graphical user interface for a display screen or a portion thereof. The area inside the alternate short and long lines represents the area to be claimed. A plurality of vertically placed blocks forming columns of varied height can be found in the centre of the interface and a microphone shaped icon is located between the columns. A horizontally placed bar can be found just below the columns, two thirds of the bar being black in color and the remaining third being white in color. A vertically placed capsule shaped button that placed vertically on the right side of the interface in line with the columns.

Front view of a graphical user interface for a display screen or portion thereof 21: A2013/00915 22: 2013-05-15 23: 43: 2013-02-23 52: Class 14 24: Part A 71: Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.

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33: 30-2013-0009507 31: KR 32: 2013-02-23 54: GRAPHICAL USER INTERFACES FOR DISPLAY SCREENS OR PORTIONS THEREOF 57: The design is for a graphical user interface for a display screen or a portion thereof. The area inside the alternate short and long lines represents the area to be claimed. The interface has a rectangular shape and a lock shape below the rectangular shape. The rectangular shape is separated into two rectangles by a horizontal line. A lower rectangular of the two rectangles is further divided into segments by a boundary lines. The boundary lines end just short of the end of the lower rectangle and the boundary lines of the second and subsequent segments is broken. The segments all contain text.

Front view of an icon for a display screen or portion thereof 21: A2013/00917 22: 2013-05-15 23: 43: 2013-02-23 52: Class 14 24: Part A 71: Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. 33: 30-2013-0009545 31: KR 32: 2013-02-23 54: GRAPHICAL USER INTERFACES FOR DISPLAY SCREENS OR PORTIONS THEREOF 57: The design is for a graphical user interface for a display screen or portion thereof with an icon on a scroll bar. The interface is rectangular shaped with the scroll bar located on the lower end of the interface. The scroll bar is on a horizontal plane and comprises two parallel lines that extend from one end of the interface to the other with the icon being circular in shape and capable of being moved toward left and right side directions on the scroll bar. Front view of a graphical user interface for a display screen or portion thereof 21: A2013/00916 22: 2013-05-15 23: 43: 2013-02-23 52: Class 14 24: Part A 71: Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. 33: 30-2013-0009504 31: KR 32: 2013-02-23 54: ICONS FOR DISPLAY SCREENS OR PORTIONS THEREOF 57: The design is for an icon for a display screen or portion thereof. The icon is square shaped, has a face in the middle thereof and is set against a grey background.

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Front view of graphical user interface for a display screen or portion thereof with an icon on a scroll bar in a first position 21: A2013/00918 22: 2013-05-15 23: 43: 2013-02-23 52: Class 14 24: Part A 71: Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. 33: 30-2013-0009502 31: KR 32: 2013-02-23 54: ICONS FOR DISPLAY SCREENS OR PORTIONS THEREOF 57: The design is for an icon for a display screen or a portion thereof. The icon is in the shape of an eye with a circular middle having a crescent shape within the circular middle. The icon has three evenly spaced, short cylindrically shaped lines located above a eye-shaped line of the icon with a space between the lines and the eye-shaped line.

Front view of an icon for a display screen or portion thereof 21: A2013/00919 22: 2013-05-15 23: 43: 2013-02-06 52: Class 14 24: Part A 71: Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. 33: 30-2013-0006506 31: KR 32: 2013-02-06 54: PORTABLE TERMINALS 57: The design relates to a portable terminal having a near rectangular face with a top and a bottom spaced by opposing sides, the top and bottom being shorter in length relative to the sides, therein providing the near rectangular face. The face has rounded corners. An elongate member having rounded ends is located at a lower portion of the face proximate the bottom and substantially centered between the two opposing sides.

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Three dimensional view 21: A2013/00925 22: 2013-05-17 23: 43: 2013-02-23 52: Class 14 24: Part A 71: Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. 33: 30-2013-0009494 31: KR 32: 2013-02-23 54: GENERATED IMAGES FOR DISPLAY SCREENS OR PORTIONS THEREOF 57: The design is for a generated image for a display screen. The image includes a representation of a partially opened folder and, superimposed over a lower right side portion of the folder, an outline of a representation of the head and shoulders of a person. The image includes also a representation of a five pointed star superimposed over a lower right side portion of both the folder and the outline.

Front view of a generated image for a display screen or portion thereof 21: A2013/00926 22: 2013-05-17 23: 43: 2013-02-23 52: Class 14 24: Part A 71: Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. 33: 30-2013-0009563 31: KR 32: 2013-02-23 54: GENERATED IMAGES FOR DISPLAY SCREENS OR PORTIONS THEREOF 57: The design is for a generated image for a display screen. The image includes a representation of a heraldry style shield, having a peripheral frame, and a representation of a key-hole in a centre of the shield.

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Front view of a generated image for a display screen 21: A2013/00927 22: 2013-05-17 23: 43: 2013-02-23 52: Class 14 24: Part A 71: Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. 33: 30-2013-0009560 31: KR 32: 2013-02-23 54: GENERATED IMAGES FOR DISPLAY SCREENS OR PORTIONS THEREOF 57: The design is for a generated image for a display screen. The image includes a generally rectangular text balloon, having rounded corners and an upwardly pointed arrowhead in a centre of a top edge thereof, and a round frame atop the arrowhead.

Front view of a generated image for a display screen or portion thereof in a first condition 21: A2013/00929 22: 2013-05-17 23: 43: 2013-02-23 52: Class 14 24: Part A 71: Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. 33: 30-2013-0009530 31: KR 32: 2013-02-23 54: GENERATED IMAGES FOR DISPLAY SCREENS OR PORTIONS THEREOF 57: The design is for a generated image for a display screen. The image includes a representation of a partially opened folder and, superimposed over a lower right side portion of the folder, a representation of a funnel. Front view of a generated image for a display screen or portion thereof in a first condition 21: A2013/00928 22: 2013-05-17 23: 43: 2013-02-23 52: Class 14 24: Part A 71: Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. 33: 30-2013-0009560 31: KR 32: 2013-02-23 54: GENERATED IMAGES FOR DISPLAY SCREENS OR PORTIONS THEREOF 57: The design is for a generated image for a display screen. The image includes a generally rectangular text balloon, having rounded corners and an upwardly pointed arrowhead in a right side portion of a top edge thereof, and a round frame atop the arrowhead.

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PATENT JOURNAL screen. The image includes still further a rectangular frame within a region of the screen below the second horizontal line.

Front view of a generated image for a display screen or portion thereof 21: A2013/00930 22: 2013-05-17 23: 43: 2013-02-23 52: Class 14 24: Part A 71: Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. 33: 30-2013-0009559 31: KR 32: 2013-02-23 54: GENERATED IMAGES FOR DISPLAY SCREENS OR PORTIONS THEREOF 57: The design is for a generated image for a display screen, the display screen being rectangular and having a portrait orientation. The image includes a first horizontal line in an upper region of the screen, spaced from a top border of the screen, and a second horizontal line just below a centre of the screen. The image includes still further a rectangular frame within a region of the screen below the second horizontal line and a series of equispaced vertical lines interconnecting an upper edge and a lower edge of the rectangular frame.

Front view of a generated image for a display screen or portion thereof 21: A2013/00932 22: 2013-05-17 23: 43: 2013-02-23 52: Class 14 24: Part A 71: Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. 33: 30-2013-0009496 31: KR 32: 2013-02-23 54: GENERATED IMAGES FOR DISPLAY SCREENS OR PORTIONS THEREOF 57: The design is for a generated image for a display screen, the display screen being rectangular and having a landscape orientation. In a right side region of the screen, the image includes a vertically central icon having a triple line frame which includes vertical opposite side edges and semicircular convex upper and lower edges. In between two inner lines of the frame, the icon includes spaced apart transverse lines interconnecting the two inner lines. The icon includes also a representation of a still image camera within the two inner lines.

Front view of a generated image for a display screen or portion thereof 21: A2013/00931 22: 2013-05-17 23: 43: 2013-02-23 52: Class 14 24: Part A 71: Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. 33: 30-2013-0009562 31: KR 32: 2013-02-23 54: GENERATED IMAGES FOR DISPLAY SCREENS OR PORTIONS THEREOF 57: The design is for a generated image for a display screen, the display screen being rectangular and having a portrait orientation. The image includes a first horizontal line in an upper region of the screen, spaced from a top border of the screen, and a second horizontal line just below a centre of the

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PATENT JOURNAL 33: 30-2013-0009564 31: KR 32: 2013-02-23 54: GENERATED IMAGES FOR DISPLAY SCREENS OR PORTIONS THEREOF 57: The design relates to a generated image for a display screen, the display screen being rectangular and having a landscape orientation. In a right side region of the screen, the image includes a central icon having a double line frame which includes vertical opposite side edges and semicircular convex upper and lower edges, and upper and lower icons, respectively above and below the central icon, each having a round double line frame. The upper, central, and lower icons have respectively therein a representation of a video camera, a representation of a still image camera, and text.

Front view of a generated image for a display screen or portion thereof 21: A2013/00933 22: 2013-05-17 23: 43: 2013-02-23 52: Class 14 24: Part A 71: Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. 33: 30-2013-0009565 31: KR 32: 2013-02-23 54: GENERATED IMAGES FOR DISPLAY SCREENS OR PORTIONS THEREOF 57: The design is for a generated image for a display screen, the display screen being rectangular and having a landscape orientation. In a right side region of the screen, the image includes a pair of vertically spaced, round icons, enclosed by a frame having vertical opposite side edges and semicircular convex upper and lower edges, and a lower round icon, below the said pair of round icons, having a double line frame. From top to bottom, the icons include respectively a stop symbol, a pause symbol, and a representation of a still image camera.

Front view of a generated image of a display screen or portion thereof 21: A2013/00935 22: 2013-05-17 23: 43: 2013-02-23 52: Class 14 24: Part A 71: Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. 33: 30-2013-0009492 31: KR 32: 2013-02-23 54: GENERATED IMAGES FOR DISPLAY SCREENS OR PORTIONS THEREOF 57: The design relates to a generated image for a display screen, the display screen being rectangular and having a portrait orientation. The image includes first and second spaced apart text frames, the first text frame being located towards a top of the screen and the second text frame being located beneath the first text frame. The first text frame is justified toward a right side of the screen, and the second text frame is justified toward a left side of the screen. Each of the first and second text frames is substantially rectangular and horizontally disposed, but has an upper outer corner defining a gap, an outer edge defining an outwardly curved upper end, and three rounded corners.

Front view of a generated image of a display screen or portion thereof 21: A2013/00934 22: 2013-05-17 23: 43: 2013-02-23 52: Class 14 24: Part A 71: Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.

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Front view of a generated image for a display screen or portion thereof Front view of a generated image for a display screen or portion thereof 21: A2013/00936 22: 2013-05-17 23: 43: 2013-02-23 52: Class 14 24: Part A 71: Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. 33: 30-2013-0009527 31: KR 32: 2013-02-23 54: GENERATED IMAGES FOR DISPLAY SCREENS OR PORTIONS THEREOF 57: The design is for a generated image for a display screen, the image including an arrangement of nested outer rectangular frames in a portrait orientation, a generally rectangular inner frame in a landscape orientation and including a central lower downwardly pointing arrowhead, and an outline of a portion of a human hand obscuring part of the arrangement of nested outer rectangular frames. A tip of an index finger of the hand is located just beneath the arrowhead. 21: A2013/00937 22: 2013-05-17 23: 43: 2013-02-23 52: Class 14 24: Part A 71: Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. 33: 30-2013-0009493 31: KR 32: 2013-02-23 54: GENERATED IMAGES FOR DISPLAY SCREENS OR PORTIONS THEREOF 57: The design relates to a generated image for a display screen, the display screen being rectangular and having a portrait orientation. The image includes first and second spaced apart text frames, the first text frame being located towards a top of the screen and the second text frame being located beneath the first text frame. The first text frame is justified toward a right side of the screen, and the second text frame is justified toward a left side of the screen. Each of the first and second text frames is substantially rectangular and horizontally disposed and has a slightly upturned inner end portion.

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PATENT JOURNAL 71: MACVAD PROPRIETARY LIMITED 54: ELECTRIC SOCKET ADAPTERS 57: The design is for an electric socket adapter which includes at least one socket unit. The socket unit includes three triangularly spaced socket holes configured to receive a three pin plug and a slanted, generally hexagonal elongate slot having two holes therein configured to receive a two-pin plug therein, said slot being positioned at an angle relative to the triangularly spaced socket holes. A generally inverted-Y shaped ornamental raised formation extends around and between the triangularly spaced socket holes. The edges of the slot are raised.

Front view of a generated image for a display screen or portion thereof 21: A2013/00939 22: 2013-05-17 23: 43: 2013-05-17 52: Class 13 24: Part A 71: MACVAD PROPRIETARY LIMITED 54: ELECTRIC SOCKET ADAPTERS 57: The design is for an electric socket adapter which includes at least one socket unit. The socket unit includes three triangularly spaced socket holes configured to receive a three pin plug and a generally inverted-Y shaped ornamental raised formation extending around and between the socket holes.

Three dimensional view 21: A2013/00941 22: 2013-05-17 23: 43: 2013-05-17 52: Class 20 24: Part A 71: Hewitt & Associates (Pty) Ltd 54: DISPLAY STANDS 57: The design is for a display stand which generally includes a pair of parallel planar side walls each extending upwardly from a base. Each side wall comprises three planar modular interconnecting parts. Each base has a planar panel-like body having a thickness and a bottom portion defining two feet spaced by a concave portion. Sides of each base taper upwardly to a top portion thereof which matingly engages with the respective side wall. Each base is spaced by and connected to a rectangular planar strut. A plurality of modular planar trays is disposed transversely between the side walls wherein the trays protrude cantilever fashion from either side of side walls in side view. A rectangular support rack comprising a rectangular strut extends transversely between the side walls adjacent a top portion thereof, the support rack further comprising a plurality of protruding prongs.

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Three dimensional view 21: A2013/00960 22: 2013-05-20 23: 43: 2014-02-17 52: Class 9. 24: Part A 71: S.C. JOHNSON & SON, INC. 33: 29/437,960 31: US 32: 2012-11-21 54: Dispenser 57: The design relates to a dispenser. The features of the design are those of shape and/or configuration.

Three dimensional view 21: A2013/00943 22: 2013-05-17 23: 43: 2013-05-17 52: Class 20 24: Part A 71: Hewitt & Associates (Pty) Ltd 54: PARTS FOR DISPLAY STANDS 57: The design is for a part for a display stand, particularly a modular side panel for a modular display stand. The side panel has a generally planar slab-like body having a thickness. The body has first and second major faces interconnected by top, bottom and lateral walls. The body defines two spaced apart legs protruding longitudinally from the body adjacent the bottom side wall of the body. At similarly spaced locations as the legs, the top side wall of the body defines two recesses for receipt of legs of similar adjacent parts. Edge zones of the top and bottom walls are configured to provide the part with a substantially zigzag-like profile. The major faces of the body typically define columns of recesses therein. Lateral walls bevel slightly toward the one major face.

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PATENT JOURNAL 57: The design relates to a dispenser. The features of the design are those of shape and/or configuration.

57: The design relates to a dispenser. The features of the design are those of shape and/or configuration.

21: A2013/00962 22: 2013-05-20 23: 43: 2014-02-17 52: Class 9. 24: Part A 71: S.C. JOHNSON & SON, INC. 33: 29/437,957 31: US 32: 2012-11-21 54: Dispenser 57: The design relates to a dispenser. The features of the design are those of shape and/or configuration.

21: A2013/00964 22: 2013-05-20 23: 43: 2014-02-17 52: Class 12. 24: Part A 71: FERRARI S.P.A. 33: 002147413 31: EM 32: 2012-12-04 54: Car 57: The design relates to a car. The features of the design are those of shape and/or configuration and/or ornamentation.

21: A2013/00963 22: 2013-05-20 23: 43: 2014-02-17 52: Class 9. 24: Part A 71: S.C. JOHNSON & SON, INC. 33: 29/437,957 31: US 32: 2012-11-21 33: 29/454,966 31: US 32: 2013-05-15 54: Dispenser

21: A2013/00965 22: 2013-05-20 23: 43: 2014-02-17 52: Class 21. 24: Part A 71: FERRARI S.P.A. 33: 002147447 31: EM 32: 2012-12-04 54: Toy Car 57: The design relates to a toy car. The features of the design are those of shape and configuration and/or ornamentation.

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PATENT JOURNAL a front face to a rear face. A substantially rectangular block protrudes from a mid lower section of a rear face. Two rectangular control features are defined, one on either side of the central passage, in an upper halve of the front face. A circular grid is provided centrally in an upper face of the body.

21: A2013/00966 22: 2013-05-20 23: 43: 2014-02-17 52: Class 9. 24: Part A 71: S.C. JOHNSON & SON, INC. 33: 29/437,611 31: US 32: 2012-11-19 54: Dispenser Holder 57: The design relates a dispenser holder. The features of the design are those of shape and/or configuration.

Three dimensional view 21: A2013/00968 22: 2013-05-22 23: 43: 2012-11-22 52: Class 24 24: Part A 71: Koninklijke Philips N.V. 33: 002140863-0001 31: EU 32: 2012-11-22 54: COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY SCANNERS 57: The design is for a computed tomography scanner. The scanner includes an annular body which is substantially rectangular in outline in front view, with rounded corners. The body is seated on a parallelipipedal base. The body defines a countersunk central circular passage extending from a front face to a rear face. Two square control features are defined, one on either side of the central passage, in an upper halve of the front face. Two laterally spaced matrices of apertures are provided on top of the annular body.

21: A2013/00967 22: 2013-05-22 23: 43: 2012-11-22 52: Class 24 24: Part A 71: Koninklijke Philips N.V. 33: 002140863-0002 31: EU 32: 2012-11-22 54: COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY SCANNERS 57: The design is for a computed tomography scanner. The scanner includes an annular body which is substantially rectangular in outline in front view, with rounded corners. The body is seated on a parallelipipedal base. The body defines a countersunk central circular passage extending from

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PATENT JOURNAL 71: Hamm AG 33: 001352389-0012 31: EU 32: 2012-11-23 54: MACHINE TOOLS 57: The design is for a machine tool, in particular a combination of a tool holder fitted with a chisel. In top view, the combination has a roughly rectangular external circumference outline. In side view, the combination has a roughly triangular circumference outline with tooth-like projections on opposite sides. The chisel comprises a bulbous annular ring terminating in an extended tapering pointed tip. In side view, the combination has a roughly trapezium shaped recess for facilitating the removal of the chisel.

Three dimensional view 21: A2013/00971 22: 2013-05-22 23: 43: 2012-11-23 52: Class 15 24: Part A 71: Hamm AG 33: 001352389-0013 31: EU 32: 2012-11-23 54: MACHINE TOOLS 57: The design is for a machine tool, in particular a compacting and crushing drum. The drum has a cylindrical body having a plurality of tool holders on its outer surface. The tool holders are equi-spaced axially and circumferentially, with the axially extending tool holders defining a staggered arrangement.

Three dimensional view 21: A2013/00973 22: 2013-05-22 23: 43: 2012-11-23 52: Class 15 24: Part A 71: Hamm AG 33: 001352389-0011 31: EU 32: 2012-11-23 54: MACHINE TOOLS 57: The design is for a machine tool, in particular a combination of a tool holder fitted with a chisel. In top view, the combination has a roughly rectangular external circumference outline. In side view, the combination has a roughly triangular circumference outline with tooth-like projections on opposite sides. The chisel comprises a bulbous annular ring terminating in an extended tapering pointed tip. In side view, the combination has a roughly trapezium shaped recess for facilitating the removal of the chisel.

Three dimensional view 21: A2013/00972 22: 2013-05-22 23: 43: 2012-11-23 52: Class 15 24: Part A

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PATENT JOURNAL 52: Class 15 24: Part A 71: Hamm AG 33: 001352389-0009 31: EU 32: 2012-11-23 54: MACHINE TOOLS 57: The design is for a machine tool, in particular a combination of a compactor tool connected to a tool holder. In top view, the combination has a roughly rectangular external circumference outline. In side view, the tool holder has a roughly trapezium circumference outline with tooth-like projections on opposite sides, with the compactor tool comprising inwardly curved sides that terminate in an elongate ridge. In side view, the combination has a trapezium shaped recess for facilitating the removal of the compactor tool.

Three dimensional view 21: A2013/00974 22: 2013-05-22 23: 43: 2012-11-23 52: Class 15 24: Part A 71: Hamm AG 33: 001352389-0010 31: EU 32: 2012-11-23 54: MACHINE TOOLS 57: The design is for a machine tool, in particular a combination of a tool holder fitted with a chisel. In top view, the combination has a roughly rectangular external circumference outline. In side view, the combination has a roughly triangular circumference outline with tooth-like projections on opposite sides. The chisel comprises a bulbous annular ring terminating in a tapering pointed tip. In side view, the combination has a roughly trapezium shaped recess for facilitating the removal of the chisel.

Three dimensional view 21: A2013/00976 22: 2013-05-22 23: 43: 2012-11-23 52: Class 15 24: Part A 71: Hamm AG 33: 001352389-0008 31: EU 32: 2012-11-23 54: MACHINE TOOLS 57: The design is for a machine tool, in particular a combination of a compactor tool connected to a tool holder. In top view, the combination has a roughly rectangular external circumference outline. In side view, the tool holder has a roughly trapezium circumference outline with tooth-like projections on opposite sides, with the compactor tool having an opposite pair of panels, with the uppermost panels joining to define a ridge. In side view, the combination has a trapezium shaped recess for facilitating the removal of the compactor tool.

Three dimensional view 21: A2013/00975 22: 2013-05-22 23: 43: 2012-11-23

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PATENT JOURNAL 33: 001352389-0006 31: EU 32: 2012-11-23 54: MACHINE TOOLS 57: The design is for a machine tool, in particular a combination of a compactor tool connected to a tool holder. In top view, the combination has a roughly rectangular external circumference outline. In side view, the tool holder has a roughly trapezium circumference outline with tooth-like projections on opposite sides. A top of the compactor tool is flat and substantially rectangular in shape. In side view, the combination defines a trapezium shaped recess to facilitate the removal of the compactor tool.

Three dimensional view 21: A2013/00977 22: 2013-05-22 23: 43: 2012-11-23 52: Class 15 24: Part A 71: Hamm AG 33: 001352389-0007 31: EU 32: 2012-11-23 54: MACHINE TOOLS 57: The design is for a machine tool, in particular a combination of a compactor tool connected to a tool holder. In top view, the combination has a roughly rectangular external circumference outline. In side view, the tool holder has a roughly trapezium circumference outline with tooth-like projections on opposite sides, with the compactor tool being substantially triangular. In side view, the combination has a trapezium shaped recess for facilitating the removal of the compactor tool.

Three dimensional view 21: A2013/00979 22: 2013-05-22 23: 43: 2012-11-23 52: Class 15 24: Part A 71: Hamm AG 33: 001352389-0005 31: EU 32: 2012-11-23 54: MACHINE TOOLS 57: The design is for a machine tool, in particular a tool holder for holding compactor tools or chisels used by construction machines. In top view, the tool holder has a roughly rectangular external circumference outline with a centrally positioned circular aperture. The circular aperture is for receiving a cylindrical shaft of a compactor tool or chisel. In side view, the tool holder has a trapezium shaped circumference outline with tooth-like projections on opposite sides. In side view, the holder has a trapezium-shaped recess.

Three dimensional view 21: A2013/00978 22: 2013-05-22 23: 43: 2012-11-23 52: Class 15 24: Part A 71: Hamm AG

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PATENT JOURNAL 33: 001352389-0003 31: EU 32: 2012-11-23 54: MACHINE TOOLS 57: The design is for a machine tool, in particular a compactor tool for use by construction machines for compacting and stabilizing cohesive soils. The tool includes bottom and top portions. The bottom portion comprises a cylindrical shaft for securing the tool to a tool holder. The top portion comprises four sides and a front end wherein two opposite sides define a larger inclination angle relative to the front end, than the two other opposite sides. The four sides define four corner regions that project outwardly away from the bottom portion in a jagged-like manner. The front end comprises a pair of rectangular panels that join to form an elongate ridge.

Three dimensional view 21: A2013/00980 22: 2013-05-22 23: 43: 2012-11-23 52: Class 15 24: Part A 71: Hamm AG 33: 001352389-0004 31: EU 32: 2012-11-23 54: MACHINE TOOLS 57: The design is for a machine tool, in particular a compactor tool for use by construction machines for compacting and stabilizing cohesive soils. The tool includes bottom and top portions. The bottom portion comprises a cylindrical shaft for securing the tool to a tool holder. The top portion comprises four sides and a front end wherein two opposite sides define a larger inclination angle relative to the front end, than the two other opposite sides. The four sides define four corner regions that project outwardly away from the bottom portion in a jagged-like manner.

Three dimensional view 21: A2013/00982 22: 2013-05-22 23: 43: 2012-11-23 52: Class 15 24: Part A 71: Hamm AG 33: 001352389-0002 31: EU 32: 2012-11-23 54: MACHINE TOOLS 57: The design is for a machine tool, in particular a compactor tool for use by construction machines for compacting and stabilizing cohesive soils. The tool includes bottom and top portions. The bottom portion comprises a cylindrical shaft for securing the tool to a tool holder. The top portion comprises four sides and an elongate front end wherein two opposite sides are substantially rectangular and define a larger inclination angle relative to the front end, than the two other opposite sides, which are substantially triangular. The four sides define four corner regions that project outwardly away from the bottom portion in a jagged-like manner.

Three dimensional view 21: A2013/00981 22: 2013-05-22 23: 43: 2012-11-23 52: Class 15 24: Part A 71: Hamm AG

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21: A2013/00987 22: 2013-05-22 23: 2012-11-24 43: 2014-02-20 52: Class 3. 24: Part A 71: MLAUDZA, DUMISANI 54: Tablet Case 57: The design relates to a tablet case. The features of the design are those of shape and/or configuration.

Three dimensional view 21: A2013/00983 22: 2013-05-22 23: 43: 2012-11-23 52: Class 15 24: Part A 71: Hamm AG 33: 001352389-0001 31: EU 32: 2012-11-23 54: MACHINE TOOLS 57: The design is for a machine tool, in particular a compactor tool for use by construction machines for compacting and stabilizing cohesive soils. The tool includes bottom and top portions. The bottom portion comprises a cylindrical shaft for securing the tool to a tool holder. The top portion comprises four sides and a front end wherein two opposite sides define a larger inclination angle relative to the front end, than the two other opposite sides. The four sides define four corner regions that project outwardly away from the bottom portion in a jagged-like manner. The front end is flat and substantially rectangular.

21: A2013/00988 22: 2013-05-22 23: 2012-11-24 43: 2014-02-20 52: Class 3. 24: Part A 71: MLAUDZA, DUMISANI 54: Tablet Case 57: The design relates to a tablet case. The features of the design are those of shape and/or configuration.

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21: A2013/00989. 22: 22/05/2013. 23: 43: 52: Class 09. 24:Part A 71: ASTRAPAK MANUFACTURING HOLDINGD (PTY) LTD 33: -. 31:-. 32:-. 54: CONTAINERS 57: The design is for a container. The container includes a circular neck, a cylindrical body tapering

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PATENT JOURNAL 57: The design is applied to a vehicle having front, passenger, and luggage compartments. The front has a forwardly sloping bonnet with two opposing lateral ribs each extending downwardly and inwardly toward an inverted trapezoidally shaped grille depending from the bonnet. Two spaced openings are provided on the bonnet proximate a windshield. Two headlights flank the grille, each extending and narrowing toward the passenger compartment along a front fender. A front bumper is beneath, and spaced from, the grille. Between the grille and front bumper is a recess having a substantially U-shaped centre and substantially parallelogram-shaped ends. The passenger compartment includes two sets of side doors, and a roof with roof racks, a sunroof and a triangular projection. The luggage compartment includes a hatchback door having extending upwardly therefrom a rear window. The hatchback door includes a lateral handle and an inverted trapezoidal indentation having an upper crossbar.

from the neck to a circular base. The cylindrical body includes a plurality of protrusions radially extending from the base towards the neck. The protrusions tapers towards the neck, forming a uniform pattern around the body.

21: A2013/00990 22: 2013-05-23 23: 43: 2014-02-20 52: Class 3. 24: Part A 71: RIMOWA GMBH 33: 002144337-0001 31: EM 32: 2012-11-29 54: Bag 57: The design relates to a bag. The features of the design are those of shape and/or configuration and/or ornamentation. Three dimensional view 21: A2013/00994 22: 2013-05-23 23: 43: 2012-11-28 52: Class 12 24: Part A 71: Great Wall Motor Company Limited 33: 201230582123.2 31: CN 32: 2012-11-28 54: VEHICLES 57: The design is applied to a vehicle having front, passenger, and luggage compartments. The front has a forwardly sloping bonnet with two opposing lateral ribs each extending downwardly and inwardly toward an inverted trapezoidally shaped grille depending from the bonnet. Two headlights flank the grille, each extending toward the passenger compartment along a front fender. Beneath each headlight is a circular light, and beneath each circular light is a rectangular component. The passenger compartment includes two sets of side doors, and a roof with roof racks, a substantially rectangular sunroof and a triangular projection. The luggage compartment includes a hatchback door

21: A2013/00993 22: 2013-05-23 23: 43: 2012-11-30 52: Class 12 24: Part A 71: Great Wall Motor Company Limited 33: 201230590356.7 31: CN 32: 2012-11-30 54: VEHICLES

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having extending upwardly there from a rear window. The hatchback door includes a substantially rectangular bar flanked by spaced first rear light portions. Spaced second rear light portions are located in the sidewalls of the luggage compartment adjacent to the first rear light portions respectively.

Three dimensional front view 21: A2013/00998 22: 2013-05-24 23: 43: 2012-11-26 52: Class 12 24: Part A 71: Bayerische Motoren Werke Aktiengesellschaft 33: 40 2012 101027.1 31: DE 32: 2012-11-26 54: MOTOR VEHICLES 57: The design is for a vehicle, particularly a fivedoor hatchback, having a long wheelbase and a very short front and rear overhangs. The front has a rimmed kidney-shaped radiator grille which is blanked off, being flanked by large headlights extending into the side panels. The bonnet has two prominent contour lines, curving outwardly. The lower portion of the front has a wide, trapezoidal air inlet. A belt connects the lower edge of the front with the circular foglamps positioned to its outer edges. The side has large front doors and small rear doors. It is characterized by the convergence between the upward sweep of the shoulderline around the C-pillar and the downward slope in the roofline creating large side window surfaces. The rear is defined by horizontal and upwardly curving body lines. The large tailgate is characterized by prominent U-shaped rear lights. The side panels extend slightly into the rear.

Three dimensional view 21: A2013/00997 22: 2013-05-24 23: 43: 2012-11-29 52: Class 12 24: Part A 71: Daimler AG 33: 001353163-0001 31: EU 32: 2012-11-29 54: VEHICLES 57: The design is for a vehicle, particularly a four door sedan. The vehicle includes a body including an engine compartment, a passenger compartment, and a boot. Opposite headlight clusters flank a generally trapezoidal front grille having a central round feature and are upwardly inclined in a rearward, outward direction. Each headlight cluster has an acute lower inner front corner and an acute upper rear side corner. The body includes an air dam including two opposite, prominent vents flanking a central, transversely elongate, trapezoidal vent. The boot has a lid which includes a top wall, a spoiler defining a gentle crest curve, an a rear wall featuring a bottom edge defining a gentle sag curve, and a central trapezoidal depression. Two opposite rear light clusters flank the rear wall. Each rear light cluster has an acute lower inner rear corner and an acute upper front side corner.

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PATENT JOURNAL 54: Rear Bumper for an Automobile 57: The design relates to a rear bumper for an automobile. The features of the design are those of shape and/or configuration.

21: A2013/01002 22: 2013-05-24 23: 43: 2014-02-20 52: Class 23. 24: Part A 71: S.C. JOHNSON & SON, INC. 33: 29/438,208 31: US 32: 2012-11-27 54: Dispenser 57: The design relates to a dispenser. The features of the design are those of shape and/or configuration and/or pattern and/or ornamentation.

21: A2013/01004 22: 2013-05-24 23: 43: 2014-02-20 52: Class 12. 24: Part A 71: NISSAN JIDOSHA KABUSHIKI KAISHA (ALSO TRADING AS NISSAN MOTOR CO., LTD.) 33: 2012-029240 31: JP 32: 2012-11-29 54: Front Bumper for an Automobile 57: The design relates to a front bumper for an automobile. The features of the design are those of shape and/or configuration and/or pattern and/or ornamentation.

21: A2013/01021 22: 2013-05-28 23: 43: 2014-02-20 52: Class 9. 24: Part A 71: GUALA PACK S.P.A. 33: BS2012O000030 31: IT 32: 2012-11-29 54: Cap for a Container 57: The design relates to a cap for a container. The features of the design are those of shape and/or configuration.

21: A2013/01005 22: 2013-05-24 23: 43: 2014-02-20 52: Class 12. 24: Part A 71: NISSAN JIDOSHA KABUSHIKI KAISHA (ALSO TRADING AS NISSAN MOTOR CO., LTD.) 33: 2012-029241 31: JP 32: 2012-11-29

21: A2013/01022 22: 2013-05-28 23: 2012-11-29 43: 2014-02-20 52: Class 7. 24: Part A 71: MASTROGIUSEPPE, PAOLO 54: Dispenser 57: The design relates to a dispenser for liquids. The features of the design are those of shape and/or configuration.

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21: A2013/01023 22: 2013-05-28 23: 2012-11-29 43: 2014-02-20 52: Class 21. 24: Part A 71: MASTROGIUSEPPE, PAOLO 54: Dispenser 57: The design relates to a dispenser for liquids. The features of the design are those of shape and/or configuration.

21: A2013/01030 22: 2013-05-29 23: 43: 2013-03-13 52: Class 3 24: Part A 71: Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. 33: 29/448,720 31: US 32: 2013-03-13 54: CASES FOR ELECTRONIC DEVICES 57: The design relates to a case for an electronic device. The case includes a base, a lid and a hinge element, which when viewed in section view is generally T-shaped. The hinge element defines a longitudinally extending spine having first, second and third arms. The base and lid are hingedly connected along a longitudinal edge of free ends of the first and second arms respectively. The case further includes a generally rectangular intermediate panel having rounded corners, which panel is disposed between the lid and the base and which is connected to an outer longitudinal edge of the third arm. The lid and the intermediate panel abut one another and are spaced from the base, when the electronic device is in the closed position.

21: A2013/01029. 22: 28/05/2013. 23: 43: 52: Class 13. 24:Part A 71: ROBERT ARDEN SCOTT 33: -. 31:-. 32:-. 54: BARRIER 57: The features of the design for which protection is claimed the shape and/or configuration of an article substantially in the accompanying representation(s).

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Three dimensional view with both a front and a rear thereof shown in open condition 21: A2013/01031 22: 2013-05-29 23: 43: 2013-03-13 52: Class 3 24: Part A 71: Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. 33: 30-2013-0012863 31: KR 32: 2013-03-13 54: CASES FOR ELECTRONIC DEVICES 57: The design relates to a case for an electronic device. The case includes a base, a lid and a hinge element, which when viewed in section view is generally T-shaped. The hinge element defines a longitudinally extending spine having first, second and third arms. The base and lid are both generally rectangular and hingedly connected along a longitudinal edge of free ends of the first and second arms respectively. The case further includes a generally rectangular intermediate panel which is disposed between the lid and the base and which is connected to an outer longitudinal edge of the third arm. The lid and the intermediate panel abut one another and are spaced from the base, when the electronic device is in the closed position.

Three dimensional view with both a front and a rear thereof shown in open condition 21: A2013/01032 22: 2013-05-29 23: 43: 2013-03-13 52: Class 3 24: Part A 71: Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. 33: 30-2013-0012864 31: KR 32: 2013-03-13 54: CASES FOR ELECTRONIC DEVICES 57: The design relates to a case for an electronic device. The case includes a generally rectangular base, a lid and a hinge element, which when viewed in section view is generally T-shaped. The hinge element defines a longitudinally extending spine having first, second and third arms. The base and lid are hingedly connected along a longitudinal edge of free ends of the first and second arms respectively. The case further includes a generally rectangular intermediate panel which is disposed between the lid and the base and which is connected to an outer longitudinal edge of the third arm. The lid and the intermediate panel abut one another and are spaced from the base, when the electronic device is in the closed position.

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PATENT JOURNAL longitudinal edge of free ends of the first and second arms respectively. The case further includes a generally rectangular intermediate panel which is disposed between the lid and the base and which is connected to an outer longitudinal edge of the third arm. The lid and the intermediate panel abut one another and are spaced from the base, when the electronic device is in the closed position.

Three dimensional view with both a front and a rear thereof shown in open condtion 21: A2013/01033 22: 2013-05-29 23: 43: 2013-03-13 52: Class 3 24: Part A 71: Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. 33: 30-2013-0012861 31: KR 32: 2013-03-13 54: CASES FOR ELECTRONIC DEVICES 57: The design relates to a case for an electronic device. The case includes a base, a lid and a hinge element, which when viewed in section view is generally T-shaped. The hinge element defines a longitudinally extending spine having first, second and third arms. The base and lid are hingedly connected along a longitudinal edge of free ends of the first and second arms respectively. The case further includes an intermediate panel which is disposed between the lid and the base and which is connected to an outer longitudinal edge of the third arm. The lid and the intermediate panel abut one another and are spaced from the base, when the electronic device is in the closed position.

Three dimensional view with both a front and a rear thereof shown in open condition 21: A2013/01035 22: 2013-05-29 23: 43: 2013-03-13 52: Class 3 24: Part A 71: Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. 33: 30-2013-0012859 31: KR 32: 2013-03-13 54: CASES FOR ELECTRONIC DEVICES 57: The design relates to a case for an electronic device. The case includes a base, a lid and a hinge element to which the base and lid are hingedly connected along a longitudinal edge. The hinge element includes a longitudinally extending spine. The base is attached to an outer longitudinal edge of the spine and the lid is connected to an opposed outer edge of the spine such that the lid is spaced from the base, when the electronic device is in the closed position. The lid is a generally rectangularly shaped and is provided with rounded corners. Inner and outer side walls of the lid taper towards the peripheral edge.

Three dimensional view with both a front and a read thereof shown in open condition 21: A2013/01034 22: 2013-05-29 23: 43: 2013-03-13 52: Class 3 24: Part A 71: Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. 33: 30-2013-0012862 31: KR 32: 2013-03-13 54: CASES FOR ELECTRONIC DEVICES 57: The design relates to a case for an electronic device. The case includes a base, a lid and a hinge element, which when viewed in section view is generally T-shaped. The hinge element defines a longitudinally extending spine having first, second and third arms. The base and lid are both generally rectangular and hingedly connected along a

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Three dimensional view Three dimensional view 21: A2013/01036 22: 2013-05-29 23: 43: 2013-03-13 52: Class 3 24: Part A 71: Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. 33: 30-2013-0012860 31: KR 32: 2013-03-13 54: CASES FOR ELECTRONIC DEVICES 57: The design relates to a case for an electronic device. The case includes a base, a lid and a hinge element to which the base and lid are hingedly connected along a longitudinal edge. The hinge element includes a longitudinally extending spine. The base is attached to an outer longitudinal edge of the spine and the lid is connected to an opposed outer edge of the spine such that the lid is spaced from the base, when the electronic device is in the closed position. The lid is generally rectangularly shaped and is provided with rounded corners. Inner and outer side walls of the lid taper towards the peripheral edge. A rectangular open window is provided in an upper portion of the lid. 21: A2013/01037 22: 2013-05-29 23: 43: 2013-03-13 52: Class 3 24: Part A 71: Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. 33: 30-2013-0012857 31: KR 32: 2013-03-13 54: CASES FOR ELECTRONIC DEVICES 57: The design relates to a case for an electronic device. The case includes a base, a lid and a hinge element to which the base and lid are hingedly connected along a longitudinal edge. The hinge element includes a longitudinally extending spine. The base is attached to an outer longitudinal edge of the spine and the lid is connected to an opposed outer edge of the spine such that the lid is spaced from the base, when the electronic device is in the closed position.

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PATENT JOURNAL The base is attached to an outer longitudinal edge of the spine and the lid is connected to an opposed outer edge of the spine such that the lid is spaced from the base, when the electronic device is in the closed position. A rectangular window is provided in an upper portion of the lid.

21: A2013/01038 22: 2013-05-29 23: 43: 2013-03-13 52: Class 3 24: Part A 71: Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. 33: 30-2013-0012858 31: KR 32: 2013-03-13 54: CASES FOR ELECTRONIC DEVICES 57: The design relates to a case for an electronic device. The case includes a base, a lid and a hinge element to which the base and lid are hingedly connected along a longitudinal edge. The hinge element includes a longitudinally extending spine. The base is attached to an outer longitudinal edge of the spine and the lid is connected to an opposed outer edge of the spine such that the lid is spaced from the base, when the electronic device is in the closed position. The lid is generally rectangularly shaped and is provided with rounded corners. Inner and outer side walls of the lid taper towards the peripheral edge. A rectangular transparent window is provided in an upper portion of the lid.

Three dimensional view 21: A2013/01040 22: 2013-05-29 23: 43: 2013-03-13 52: Class 3 24: Part A 71: Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. 33: 30-2013-0012855 31: KR 32: 2013-03-13 54: CASES FOR ELECTRONIC DEVICES 57: The design relates to a case for an electronic device. The case includes a base, a lid and a hinge element to which the base and lid are hingedly connected along a longitudinal edge. The case further includes an intermediate panel which is disposed between the lid and the base and which is also connected to the hinge element. The hinge element includes a longitudinally extending spine of indeterminate length. The base is attached to an outer longitudinal edge of the spine and the lid is connected to an opposed outer edge of the spine. An elongate formation extends from an inner surface of the hinge element and is connected at its free end to the intermediate panel to allow the intermediate panel to hinge independently of the base about said free end.

Three dimensional view 21: A2013/01039 22: 2013-05-29 23: 43: 2013-03-13 52: Class 3 24: Part A 71: Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. 33: 30-2013-0012856 31: KR 32: 2013-03-13 54: CASES FOR ELECTRONIC DEVICES 57: The design relates to a case for an electronic device. The case includes a base, a lid and a hinge element to which the base and lid are hingedly connected along a longitudinal edge. The hinge element includes a longitudinally extending spine.

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Three dimensional view Three dimensional view 21: A2013/01041 22: 2013-05-29 23: 43: 2013-03-13 52: Class 3 24: Part A 71: Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. 33: 30-2013-0012854 31: KR 32: 2013-03-13 54: CASES FOR ELECTRONIC DEVICES 57: The design relates to a case for an electronic device. The case includes a base, a lid and a composite hinge element to which the base and lid are hingedly connected along a longitudinal edge. The case further includes an intermediate panel which is disposed between the lid and the base and which is also connected to the hinge element. The hinge element includes outer and inner longitudinally extending spine elements of indeterminate length. The base is attached to an outer longitudinal edge of the outer and inner spine. The intermediate panel is attached to an opposed outer edge of the inner spine while the lid is connected to an opposed outer edge of the outer spine such that the lid and the intermediate panel abut one another and are spaced from the base, when the electronic device is in the closed position. 21: A2013/01042 22: 2013-05-29 23: 43: 2013-03-13 52: Class 3 24: Part A 71: Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. 33: 30-2013-0012853 31: KR 32: 2013-03-13 54: CASES FOR ELECTRONIC DEVICES 57: The design relates to a case for an electronic device. The case includes a base, a lid and an arched hinge element to which the base and lid are hingedly connected along adjacent longitudinal edges. The case further includes an intermediate panel which is disposed between the lid and the base and which is also connected to the hinge element. The hinge element includes a longitudinally extending spine of indeterminate length. The base is attached to a first longitudinal edge of the spine. The lid and the intermediate panel are connected to a second, opposed, edge of the spine. A channel element, which is generally u-shaped when viewed in cross section, extends adjacent to the second edge of the hinge element, thereby providing connection surfaces for the lid and the intermediate panel to hinge about the second edge.

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Three dimensional view 21: A2013/01043 22: 2013-05-29 23: 43: 2013-03-13 52: Class 3 24: Part A 71: Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. 33: 30-2013-0012852 31: KR 32: 2013-03-13 54: CASES FOR ELECTRONIC DEVICES 57: The design relates to a case for an electronic device. The case includes a base, a lid and an arched hinge element to which the base and lid are hingedly connected along adjacent longitudinal edges. The case further includes an intermediate panel which is disposed between the lid and the base and which is also connected to the hinge element. The hinge element includes a longitudinally extending spine of indeterminate length. The base is attached to a first longitudinal edge of the spine. The lid and the intermediate panel are connected to a second, opposed, edge of the spine such that the lid and the intermediate panel abut one another and are spaced from the base, when the electronic device is in the closed position. The hinge element is forked at one end, when viewed in section view, to provide connection surfaces for the lid and intermediate panel to hinge about the second edge.

Three dimensional view 21: A2013/01044 22: 2013-05-29 23: 43: 2013-03-13 52: Class 3 24: Part A 71: Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. 33: 30-2013-0012851 31: KR 32: 2013-03-13 54: CASES FOR ELECTRONIC DEVICES 57: The design relates to a case for an electronic device. The case includes a base, a lid and a hinge element to which the base and lid are hingedly connected along adjacent longitudinal edges. The case further includes an intermediate panel which is disposed between the lid and the base and which is also connected to the hinge element. The hinge element includes a longitudinally extending spine. The base is attached to a first longitudinal edge of the spine. The lid and the intermediate panel are connected to a second, opposed, edge of the spine such that the lid and the intermediate panel abut one another and are spaced from the base, when the electronic device is in the closed position.

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Three dimensional view 21: A2013/01045 22: 2013-05-29 23: 43: 2012-11-30 52: Class 14 24: Part A 71: Research In Motion Limited 33: 29/438,517 31: US 32: 2012-11-30 54: HANDHELD ELECTRONIC DEVICES 57: The design is for a handheld device with a flat body extending from a flat bottom-end to a flat topend with rounded corners, defining a front-face and a rear-face. The top and bottom ends are rounded towards the rear-face. The front-face includes a large rectangular display panel, a keypad therebelow and an earpiece slot thereabove. Two circular lens formations are positioned towards one side of the earpiece slot. The rear-face includes a camera lens positioned towards an off-centred top-end portion. The one side of the body includes a set of buttons positioned towards the top-end portion. The other side of the body includes a port and an elongate button therebelow. The top-end includes a centred rectangular button with rounded edges and two circular apertures to the one side thereof. The bottom-end includes generally rectangular formation subdivided into three portions and a small aperture to the one side thereof.

Three dimensional view 21: A2013/01046 22: 2013-05-29 23: 43: 2012-11-30 52: Class 14 24: Part A 71: Research In Motion Limited 33: 29/438,516 31: US 32: 2012-11-30 54: HANDHELD ELECTRONIC DEVICES 57: The design is for a handheld device with a flat body extending from a flat bottom-end to a flat topend with rounded corners, defining a front-face and a rear-face. The top and bottom ends are rounded towards the rear-face. The front-face includes a rectangular touch-screen and an earpiece slot, flanked by an elongate aperture on one side and a camera lens on the other side, thereabove. The rearface includes a camera lens towards an off-centred top-end portion. The one side of the body includes a set of buttons positioned towards the top-end portion and a pair of apertures therebelow. The other side includes longitudinally spaced ports. The top-end includes a centred elongate button and a circular aperture to the one side thereof. A top-end edge includes an elongate slit and a circular aperture to one side thereof. The bottom-end includes rectangular formation. A bottom edge includes a pair of slits.

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PATENT JOURNAL 52: Class 11 24: Part A 71: BROWNS THE DIAMOND STORE CC 54: JEWELLERY 57: The design is to be applied to a ring. The features for which protection is claimed are those of shape and/orconfiguration and/or ornamentation and/or pattern, substantially as shown in the representations, irrespective of the shape and size of the one or more diamonds and/or gemstones present A therein.

Three dimensional view 21: A2013/01050. 22: 29/05/2013. 23: 43: 52: Class 20. 24:Part A 71: ROBERT LOUIS JACOBS 33: -. 31:-. 32:-. 54: COLLAPSIBLE DISPLAY AND STAND 57: The design relates to a Collapsible display and stand. The features of the design are those of shape and/or configuration.

21: A2013/01058 22: 2013-05-30 23: 43: 2014-02-20 52: Class 11 24: Part A 71: BROWNS THE DIAMOND STORE CC 54: JEWELLERY 57: The design is to be applied to a set of jewellery articles consisting of earrings and a pendant. The features for which protection is claimed are those of shape and/or configuration and/or ornamentation and/or pattern, substantially as shown in the representations, irrespective of the shape, size, and/or colour of the one or more diamonds A and/or gemstones B present therein.

21: A2013/01057 22: 2013-05-30 23: 43: 2014-02-20

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Three dimensional view 21: A2013/01093 22: 2013-06-05 23: 43: 2012-12-06 52: Class 12 24: Part A 71: Bayerische Motoren Werke Aktiengesellschaft 33: 40 2012 101055.7 31: DE 32: 2012-12-06 54: MOTOR VEHICLES 57: The design is for a vehicle, particularly a fourdoor coup, having a long wheelbase and short overhangs. The front has headlights extending up to the frame of the double kidney-shaped radiator grille, merging the headlights and grille into a single unit. The grille is upright slanting slightly forward. The lower portion of the front has a wide, horizontal air intake grille formed like a double paddle. The bonnet has four prominent contour lines: the inner ones are 9linear extending diagonally; the two outer ones are curved. The side has two character lines running alongside each other. The higher swage line emerges out of the front end extending to the rear door and the lower swage line develops next to the front wheel extending to the rear lights. The rear is characterized by horizontal lines, L-shaped rear lights positioned at the outer edges and low-set reflectors on the far edges.

21: A2013/01092 22: 2013-06-05 23: 43: 2012-12-06 52: Class 12 24: Part A 71: Bayerische Motoren Werke Aktiengesellschaft 33: 40 2012 101055.7 31: DE 32: 2012-12-06 54: MOTOR VEHICLES 57: The design is for a vehicle, particularly a twodoor coup, having a long wheelbase and short overhangs. The front has headlights extending up to the frame of the double kidney-shaped radiator grille, merging the headlights and grille into a single unit. The grille is upright slanting slightly forward. The lower portion of the front has a wide, horizontal air intake grille formed like a double paddle. The bonnet has four prominent contour lines: the inner ones are linear extending diagonally; the two outer ones are curved. The side has two character lines running alongside each other. The higher swage line emerges out of the front end extending to the rear and the lower swage line develops next to the front wheel extending to the rear lights. The rear is characterized by horizontal lines, L-shaped rear lights positioned at the outer edges and low-set reflectors on the far edges.

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Three dimensional view Three dimensional view 21: A2013/01094 22: 2013-06-05 23: 43: 2012-12-06 52: Class 12 24: Part A 71: Bayerische Motoren Werke Aktiengesellschaft 33: 40 2012 101055.7 31: DE 32: 2012-12-06 54: MOTOR VEHICLES 57: The design is for a vehicle, particularly a twodoor convertible, having a long wheelbase and short overhangs. The front has headlights extending up to the frame of the double kidney-shaped radiator grille, merging the headlights and grille into a single unit. The grille is upright slanting slightly forward. The lower portion of the front has a wide, horizontal air intake grille formed like a double paddle. The bonnet has four prominent contour lines: the inner ones are linear extending diagonally; the two outer ones are curved. The side has two character lines running alongside each other. The higher swage line emerges out of the front end extending to the rear \and the lower swage line develops next to the front wheel extending to the rear lights. The rear is characterized by horizontal lines, L-shaped rear lights positioned at the outer edges and low-set reflectors on the far edges. 21: A2013/01110. 22: 12/06/2013. 23: 43: 52: Class 23. 24:Part A 71: DALE SIMON 33: -. 31:-. 32:-. 54: CAP 57: The design relates to a cap. The features of the design are those of pattern and/or shape and/or configuration and/or ornamentation.

21: A2013/01111 22: 2013-06-13 23: 43: 2013-06-13 52: Class 25 24: Part A

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PATENT JOURNAL 57: The novelty in the design as applied to a pillar, resides in the shape and/or configuration thereof, substantially as shown in the accompanying drawings.

71: TURNSTAR SYSTEMS (PROPRIETARY) LIMITED 54: A SET OF ACCESS CONTROL ASSEMBLIES 57: The design is to be applied to a set of access control assemblies. The features of the design for which protection is claimed reside in the shape and/or configuration of a set of access control assemblies substantially as shown in the accompanying representations.

Front view 21: A2013/01149 22: 23: 43: 2014-01-31 52: Class 12 24: Part F 71: DELTA-V EXPERTS SA (PTY) LTD 54: ROLL-OVER PROTECTION SYSTEM 57: The novelty of the design as applied to a rollover protection system for a motor vehicle resides in the shape and/or configuration thereof, substantially as shown in the accompanying drawings

21: A2013/01156 22: 2013-06-19 23: 43: 2012-12-20 52: Class 7 24: Part A 71: Koninklijke Philips N.V. 33: 002157149-0001 31: EU 32: 2012-12-20 54: ELECTRIC IRONS 57: This design is for an electric iron having a body which extends upwardly from a sole plate and a handle extending upwardly from the body. A frontend portion of the handle curves downwardly towards a pointed front-end. An opening extends transversely between the body and the handle. A bottom rear-end portion of the body extends upwards towards a rear-end which is slightly slanted towards the front. A water tank is defined within the body. Spray and steamer buttons protrude upwardly from a front-end of a handgrip portion of the handle. Immediately in front of the spray and steamer buttons is provided a lid covering a water inlet. A control knob is provided on the body and is positioned below the handgrip portion. The sole plate defines a plurality of elongate indentations including openings, which extend along a periphery thereof.

21: A2013/01152 22: 23: 43: 2014-01-31 52: Class 25 24: Part A 71: WYNFORD CIVILS & DEVELOPMENT 54: PILLAR

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PATENT JOURNAL 21: A2013/01161 22: 2013-06-19 23: 43: 2014-02-11 52: Class 12. 24: Part A 71: HONDA MOTOR CO., LTD. 33: 2012-032039 31: JP 32: 2012-12-28 54: Front Bumper for an Automobile 57: The design relates to a front bumper for an automobile. The features of the design are those of shape and/or configuration.

Three dimensional view 21: A2013/01157. 22: 19/06/2013. 23: 43: 52: Class 10. 24:Part A 71: VIRGIN ACTIVE SOUTH AFRICA (PTY) LTD 33: -. 31:-. 32:-. 54: BODY COMPOSITION MEASUREMENT DEVICE 57: The design relates to a body measurement device. The features of the design for which protection is claimed reside in the shape and/or configuration and/or ornamentation of a body composition measurement device substantially as illustrated in the accompanying representations.

21: A2013/01257. 22: 08/06/2013. 23: 43: 52: Class 06. 24:Part A 71: WERNER KARL LAIACKER 33: -. 31:-. 32:-. 54: WOODEN DECK CHAIR 57: Wooden deckchair made out of Cca treated Pine plauks 76/38 and painted to the requirements of the customer. Because of the rope through the plauks it fitts your figure.You also can use it as a normal chair. Because of the Cca treatment it is weatherproof.

21: A2013/01357. 22: 26/07/2013. 23: 43: 52: Class 15. 24:Part A 71: RED BULL GMBH 33: AT. 31: 002175091-0001. 32: 2013/01/30 54: REFRIGERATOR

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PATENT JOURNAL 43: 2014-02-06 52: Class 14 24: Part A 71: SONY COMPUTER ENTERTAINMENT INC. 33: 2013-003271 31: JP 32: 2013-02-19 54: CONTROLLER FOR ELECTRONIC DEVICE 57: The design is applied to a controller for an electronic device. The features of the design for which protection is claimed include the shape, pattern, ornamentation, and/or configuration of a controller for an electronic device shown in front perspective view in the drawing showing the overall appearance thereof.

57: The design is for an upright refrigerator with an open top, with upper parts of its front and sides transparent and with an angled apparance.

21: A2013/0797 22: 2013-05-03 23: 43: 2014-02-06 52: Class 14 24: Part A 71: SONY COMPUTER ENTERTAINMENT INC. 33: 2012-027073 31: JP 32: 2012-11-06 54: CONTROLLER FOR ELECTRONIC DEVICE 57: The design is applied to a controller for an electronic device. The features of the design for which protection is claim