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JIN LING, MIYAKAWA SHIN, FUJIWARA MASATOSHI, NAKAMURA YOSHIKAZU, HIRAMATSU HISANAO: APTAMERE POUR LE NGF ET SES UTILISATIONS, APTAMER FOR NGF AND USE THEREOF. RIBOMIC, SHIONOGI &, RIBOMIC, FUJIMOTO PHARMACEUTICAL CORPORATION, FETHERSTONHAUGH & CO, November 14, 2017: CA2738129 (2 worldwide citation)

Provided are an aptamer having an inhibitory activity against NGF; a complex containing an aptamer having a binding activity or inhibitory activity against NGF and a functional substance (e.g., affinity substances, labeling substances, enzymes, drug delivery vehicles, drugs and the like); a medicame ...


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Vincent Floyd Jones, Daniel N Paas, Brad Harris, Bill Hansen: XRF analyzer communication. Moxtek, Thorpe North & Western, November 14, 2017: US09816950 (1 worldwide citation)

An x-ray fluorescence (XRF) analysis system 10 can include an XRF analyzer 20 which can communicate wirelessly with other devices. The system 10 can also include remote-processor software configured to be loaded onto a handheld electronic device 23 and/or remote-computer software configured to be lo ...


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William Guie Rivard, Adam Barry Feder, Brian J Kindle: Systems and methods for capturing digital images. Duelight, Zilka Kotab PC, November 14, 2017: US09819849 (1 worldwide citation)

A system, method, and computer program product are provided for capturing digital images. In use, an ambient image comprising a plurality of ambient pixels and a flash image comprising a plurality of flash pixels is captured, via a camera module. Next, at least one de-noised pixel based on the ambie ...


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Hardeep Singh Uppal, Prashanth Acharya, Craig Wesley Howard: Traffic surge management for points of presence. Amazon Technologies, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, November 14, 2017: US09819567 (1 worldwide citation)

A system, method, and computer-readable medium for point of presence (POP) based traffic surge detection and mitigation are provided. The system detects a traffic surge for a target group of resources directed at a source POP based on the target group's rank shifts and volume changes among recent ti ...


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Mark F Schulz, Claudia M Mulvaney, Stephen C P Joseph: Vented container assembly. 3M INNOVATIVE PROPERTIES COMPANY, Aleksander Medved, November 14, 2017: US09815076 (1 worldwide citation)

Container assemblies (100) that transition between a sealing state and a retained venting state are described. The container assemblies each include a body portion (110) having an open end (113), and a lid portion (120) adapted to cover the open end of the body portion to create an enclosed volume, ...


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Shine C Chung: Programmable resistive device and memory using diode as selector. Attopsemi Technology, November 14, 2017: US09818478 (1 worldwide citation)

Building programmable resistive devices in contact holes at the crossover of a plurality of conductor lines in more than two vertical layers is disclosed. There are plurality of first conductor lines and another plurality of second conductor lines that can be substantially perpendicular to each othe ...


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Robin Dale Katzer, Hemant V Tiwari: Secure online credit card transactions. SPRINT COMMUNICATIONS COMPANY, November 14, 2017: US09818104 (1 worldwide citation)

Embodiments relate generally to systems and methods for enabling and/or completing secure online credit card transactions. Transactions may involve the use of mobile devices wherein credit card information may be stored on the mobile device. The credit card information may be accessed and used to ge ...


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Michael Ardai, Lin Yang, Suraj Gajendar, Sivakumar Thangavelu: Remote configuration of lighting power supply. OSRAM SYLVANIA, Shaun P Montana, November 14, 2017: US09819508 (1 worldwide citation)

Systems, methods, and computer program products for remote configuration of one or more power supplies, particularly lighting power supplies, are disclosed. A configuration signal that includes a setting for a parameter is generated and then transmitted to a power supply. The power supply decodes th ...


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Charles L Holcombe, Ronald J Burchfield, Carol J Godfrey, Stephen L Spruell, John N Ware Jr, Edward J Easterwood Jr, W Steve Wilson, Frank Hullender, Charles Douglas Glore: Traceable and theft deterrent reclaimable product. Southwire Company, Merchant & Gould P C, November 14, 2017: US09818508 (1 worldwide citation)

A theft deterrent product may be provided. First, a plurality of unique codes may be created. Then a plurality of indicia may be placed periodically and longitudinally on the product. The plurality of indicia may respectively correspond to the plurality of unique codes. The product may have an outer ...


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