41
Hatherall Edward Charles: Pattern transfer means. Hatherall Edward Charles, O CONNELL David Christopher, December 23, 1993: WO/1993/025396

A method of transferring a pattern from a first surface to a second surface is disclosed and a pattern transfer means is also disclosed. The pattern transfer means disclosed comprises a first and a second band which are releasably adhered to one another and which each carry a pattern-defining featur ...


42
Security enabling and switching devices. British Technology Group, STABLES Patrick Antony, December 23, 1993: WO/1993/025414

The invention provides a removable security device (100) which in a preferred embodiment is inserted into an existing cigar/cigarette lighter socket of a vehicle and acts as an anti-theft system. The security device (100) transmits an authorisation code through the electrical network of the vehicle. ...


43
Maltsis Panos: (De) Selbstbedienungseinrichtung zur autopflege, (En) Self-service car washing facility. Maltsis Panos, SZILAGYI Marianne, December 23, 1993: WO/1993/025416

(EN) A self-service facility has a plurality of spraying pistols (5) accessible from outside associated each to a reservoir (11) of cleaning product. When money or tokens are introduced (8), the spraying pistol which is taken out and actuated is activated. The associated cleaning product is sprayed ...


44
Dyson Norman H, Gardner John O, Prince Anthony, Kertesz Denis J: Process for preparing 1,3-dioxolane derivatives. Syntex, CHOW Y Ping, December 23, 1993: WO/1993/025549

This invention provides an improved process for the preparation of compounds of formula (I), wherein n is 0, 1 or 2; each R?1¿ is independently halo or lower alkyl; R?2¿ is nitro or -N(R?3¿)R?4¿ where R?3¿ is hydrogen or lower alkyl; R?4¿ is hydrogen, lower alkyl, lower alkylsulfonyl or -C(Y)R?5¿ wh ...


45
Balaji Vitukudi Narayanaiyengar, Chan Ming Fai: Cyclic peptides that modulate endothelin activity. Immunopharmaceutics, sSEIDMAN Stephanie, December 23, 1993: WO/1993/025580

Cyclic peptides that modulate or alter the activity of the endothelin family of peptides and pharmaceutically acceptable salts and esters of the peptides are provided. More particularly, cyclic pentapeptides and cyclic hexapeptides and pharmaceutically acceptable salts and esters thereof that specif ...


46
Maegawa Masao: Composition of a cationic micro-emulsion and its preparation method. National Starch And Chemical Investment Holding Corporation, Maegawa Masao, DEC Ellen T, December 23, 1993: WO/1993/025625

In the present invention, cationic particle having two-layer structure wherein copolymerized resin comprising a specific copolymer is protected with a film of water soluble resin, is contained in aqueous medium. In this way, a glossy film can be obtained by employing the composition of the cationic ...


47
Dupire Stéphane, Hermia Jacques, Macron Jean Yves, Meurens Jacques, Rahier Georges: (Fr) Procede de brassage ameliore et installation a cet effet, (En) Improved brewing method and associated installation. Interbrew Societe Anonyme, Krontec Societe Anonyme, Dupire Stéphane, Hermia Jacques, Macron Jean Yves, Meurens Jacques, Rahier Georges, sVAN MALDEREN Michel, December 23, 1993: WO/1993/025656

(EN) A brewing method in which the suspension obtained from cereals having undergone conventional saccharification is boiled in the vat in which mashing takes place, no hops being present. Filtering is carried out on a thin bed between 20 and 60 mm thick, preferably of the order of 40 mm thick. The ...


48
Stuart W Dorsey, Koo Kenneth, Mandel Morton, Kato Elie K, Greenwood Fred C: Use of mtr gene sequences for expression of foreign genes. University Of Hawaii, MURASHIGE Kate H, December 23, 1993: WO/1993/025663

Expression systems useful in recombinant hosts are provided which permit selection of homokaryotic recombinants capable of producing a desired foreign gene. The expression system contains its own selectable marker. A first nucleotide sequence encoding the desired foreign gene is included in an expre ...


49
Xue Gang Ping: Recombinant xylanase. Commonwealth Scientific And Industrial Research Organisation, Xue Gang Ping, KELLY Robin Thomas, December 23, 1993: WO/1993/025671

A method of cloning of xylanase clones from an anaerobic rumen fungus including the steps of: (i) cultivation of an anaerobic rumen fungus; (ii) isolating total RNA from the culture in step (i); (iii) isolating poly A?+¿ mRNA from the total RNA referred to in step (ii); (iv) constructing a cDNA expr ...


50
Pastan Ira H, Fitzgerald David J: (pseudomonas) Exotoxin with increased activity. The United States Of, America Represented By, The Secretary Of The Department Of Health And Human Services, WEBER Ellen L, December 23, 1993: WO/1993/025690

This invention relates to the production and use of recombinant $i(Pseudomonas)-derived toxins modified to increase their toxicity and potency in therapy. More particularly, the invention relates to certain deletions in domain II of the amino acid sequence of $i(Pseudomonas) exotoxin the domain whic ...



Click the thumbnails below to visualize the patent trend.