Reibel Denis, Schlesselmann Bernd, Kerhault Jean Francois, Groten Robert: Bioresorbable wound dressings. Freudenberg Carl Kg, April 1, 2009: EP2042199-A2 (5 worldwide citation)

Die Erfindung betrifft einen Vliesstoff, umfassend Fasern aus einem Faserrohmaterial, wobei die Fasern mit einer biologisch aktiven Substanz ausgerĂ¼stet sind und die biologisch aktive Substanz in den Fasern verteilt ist. Die Erfindung betrifft auch ein Rotationsspinnverfahren zur Herstellung des Vli ...

Henry Jean Baptiste, Boudanii Ali: Communication device able to synchronise the received stream with that sent to another device. Thomson Licensing, April 1, 2009: EP2043323-A1 (5 worldwide citation)

An audio stream is to be synchronized with a video stream. Therefore a system that comprises a first device (4) comprising communicating means (1.1) for receiving in push mode a first multimedia content is disclosed. The first multimedia content is a first component of a stream comprising a second c ...

Watanabe Bunya, Toida Go: Conductive adhesive. Ablestik Japan, Namics, April 1, 2009: EP2042580-A1 (5 worldwide citation)

Conductive adhesives, which do not have the problem of migration in conductive metals upon application of a voltage and which exhibit low resistance values, are provided. One embodiment of the present invention relates to a conductive adhesive comprising a conductive filler and a resin, characterize ...

Mcswiggen James, Beigelman Leonid, Macejak Dennis, Zinnen Shwan, Pavco Pamela, Morrissey David, Fosnaugh Kathy, Mokler Victor, Jamison Sharon: Rna interference mediated inhibition of gene expression using chemically modified short interfering nucleid acid (sina). Sirna Therapeutics, April 1, 2009: EP2042510-A2 (5 worldwide citation)

The present invention concerns methods and reagents useful in modulating gene expression in a variety of applications, including use in therapeutic, diagnostic, target validation, and genomic discovery applications. Specifically, the invention relates to synthetic chemically modified small nucleic a ...


Fornage Martin, Meeker Matthew Kengi: Universal interface for a photovoltaic module. Enphase Energy, April 1, 2009: EP2043160-A2 (4 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for providing a universal interface (112) for a photovoltaic (PV) module (102). The apparatus comprises a universal retainer plate for mechanically coupling an output power module (114) to the PV module (102). Such an interface allows the output power module (114) to easily be coupled t ...

Usui Makio, Kasamatsu Tadashi, Yamazoe Shogo: Negative dispersion mirror and mode-locked solid-state laser apparatus including the mirror. Fujinon, Fujifilm, April 1, 2009: EP2042893-A2 (4 worldwide citation)

A negative dispersion mirror (5) can generate large negative group-velocity dispersion and it can be used as an output mirror of a solid-state laser apparatus. The mirror (5) includes a substrate (6) and a dielectric multilayer coating structure (7) formed on the substrate (6). The multilayer coatin ...

Iwasaki Osamu, Katsumoto Ryuichi: Planar lighting device. Fujifilm, April 1, 2009: EP2042897-A1 (4 worldwide citation)

The planar lighting device includes, in addition to light sources, a light exit plane, a pair of light entrance planes formed on a pair of sides of the light exit plane, and a rear plane composed of a pair of inclined planes formed on a side opposite from the light exit plane such that the light gui ...

Phadke Vijay G, Asuncion Arlaindo V, Espina Evan M, Boncato Yancy F: Fast transient step load response in a power converter. Astec Int, April 1, 2009: EP2043242-A2 (4 worldwide citation)

A method of controlling a power converter having at least one switching device for supplying an output voltage and a load current to a load is disclosed. The method includes sensing the output voltage and sensing the load current. The method further includes controlling a duty cycle of the switching ...

Sakata Ikuo: Outside mirror apparatus for vehicle. Ichiko, April 1, 2009: EP2042375-A1 (4 worldwide citation)

A mirror assembly (4) is inclinably mounted on a resin shaft (3) via a spring (10, 33, 34) and a resin stopper (11, 11A, 11B, 11C).

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