Abstract: The present invention relates to the production of nucleoproteins, more especially DNA, and their use in therapeutic compositions suitable for the treatment of neoplasms, pathological conditions, infections, osteoarticular disorders and the like, which comprise said nucleoproteins as active agent.Similarly, the invention comprises compositions which protect against the harmful effects of radiation and poisons in general, which also comprise said nucleoproteins as active agent.Finally, the present invention relates to a method for treating patients suffering from neoplasms and the like, whereby therapeutically effective quantities of said compositions are administered to the patient.
November 27, 1989
Date of Patent:
April 25, 1995
Alberto I. Calabrese, Santiago I. E. Calabrese, Juan Nakasone
Abstract: A ship's rudder has a main rudder body with a cross-sectional shape that is streamlined and symmetrical relative to the vertical center plane of the rudder. A pair of fins extend horizontally from opposite vertical surfaces of the rudder body, symmetrically arranged relative to the center plane of the rudder. The chord length of each fin decreases from a root of the fin toward the tip of the fin. The leading edges of the fins coincide at the center plane of the main rudder body, and are located at the same level as the center line of a propeller of the ship. The fins have winglets on their tip ends. One of the winglets is directed upwardly and the other winglet is directed downwardly.
Abstract: Object--to increase versatility by way of providing for the possibility of measuring losses in any of the i-th light-guides out of an arbitrary number of lightguides spliced so as to accommodate minimal air gaps, and at the joint between the (i-1)th and ith lightguides spliced without an air gap (ith joint), which is ensured by making successive measurements of the energy of reflected pulses from the energy and total power of the components of a radiation pulse from the end faces of the last and intermediate lightguides and their spliced end faces, and measuring optical losses from methematical formulas.
February 1, 1990
Date of Patent:
July 6, 1993
Leningradskoe Otdelenie Tsentralnogo Nauchnoissledovatelskogo Instituta Svjazi
Mikhail A. Bukhshtab, Vladislav N. Koromyslichenko
Abstract: A hydraulic pressure control system for an automatic transmission includes a multiple transmission gear mechanism having a plurality of gear stages and frictional elements for switching power transmitting paths in the transmission gear mechanism, a hydraulic control mechanism for controlling engagement and disengagement of the frictional elements to establish one of said gear stages, and a line pressure control device for controlling line pressure of the hydraulic control mechanism. A speed detecting device for detects a speed of an input element of the transmission gear mechanism during shift operation of the shift gear stage in the transmission gear mechanism, and a compensation device compensates the line pressure in accordance with signal from the speed detecting device. The line pressure is compensated by a learning control to reduce a torque shock due to the shift operation.
Abstract: A transmission system for transmission of audio voltage signals has a first transmission portion which includes a cable (16) coupled to a first face of a substantially flat cover member (22). The cable (16) and cover member (22) are integrally coupled to form one entity. Recessed from a surface of a second face of the cover member are socket contacts (24, 26) which receive audio signals from the cable (16). A second transmission portion includes a printed circuit board (32) fixedly secured within an insulating casing (40) through an access opening. The printed circuit board has a transmission circuit coupled to an antenna (38). Connection of the first and second transmission portions is facilitated by connection plugs (34, 36) of the second transmission portion making contact with the socket contacts (24, 26) of the first transmission portion.
Abstract: A porous, crystallized, aromatic polycarbonate prepolymer is disclosed, which comprises recurring aromatic carbonate units and terminal hydroxyl and aryl carbonate groups, wherein these terminal groups are in a specific molar ratio, and has specific number average molecular weight, surface area and crystallinity. The prepolymer can readily be converted by solid-state condensation polymerization to a porous, crystallized, aromatic polycarbonate having excellent properties. The porous, crystallized, aromatic polycarbonate of the present invention can readily be molded to obtain a shaped, porous, crystallized polycarbonate. The porous, crystallized, aromatic polycarbonate and the shaped, porous, crystallized polycarbonate of the present invention have excellent heat resistance and solvent resistance and exhibit advantageously low water absorption so that these are suited for use as a filter material, an adsorbent or the like.
Abstract: Biosensors for qualitative and quantitative analysis comprise an amphipathic liquid crystalline membrane composed of a lipid bilayer attached to a recording electrode via bridging anchoring molecules. The lipid bilayer is doped with biologic or synthetic ion channels and is in continuous contact with a bulk aqueous medium on both its surfaces. The bridging anchoring molecules may contain a phospholipid moiety linked to a polyoxylakylene chain terminated with a thiol or thioether residue.
Abstract: The asynchronous time division network transmits data by way of high rate bearers. The data is divided into fixed length packets. The network comprises a switching matrix having a number of input and output ports arranged in columns. Each data packet is routed from an input port to a defined output port via addressed switching nodes. Each node has a queueing means, and each queueing means of each output column is tested and priority is given to the first queueing means tested which holds more than one packet.
Abstract: A low cost, lightweight, fast, dense and reliable extended integration semiconductor structure is provided by forming a thin film multilayer wiring decal on a support substrate and aligning and attaching one or more integrated chips to the decal. A support ring is attached to the decal surrounding the aligned and attached integrated substrate, and the support substrate is removed. Reach-through vias connect the decal wiring to the chips.
Abstract: The invention provides an electrode for use in a primary metal/air battery or in a hydrogen-oxygen fuel cell comprising a current-collecting metallic structure and a metallic foamed or fiber mat having a first surface attached to a first surface of the structure, a second surface of the mat being impregnated with an inner hydrophobic waterproof barrier layer coated with an outer active catalytic layer.
December 31, 1990
Date of Patent:
March 2, 1993
Luz Electric Fuel Israel Ltd.
Jonathan Goldstein, Neal Naimer, Erik Khasin, Avner Brokman
Abstract: A fluorescent tube (2) is made of a plastics material containing at least one organic fluorescent dye and attached to the inner surface of this tube is a barrier layer (3) for absorbing ultraviolet radiation, and attached to the inner surface of the layer (3) there is a phosphor layer (3a).
Abstract: A putting practice device which provides a golfer with a means for maintaining a predetermined putting stance and which ensures that putting strokes are pendulum strokes containing no lateral motion. The putting practice device comprises an elongated L-shaped angle bar with a bearing surface; an elongated central member having a longitudinally disposed slot; and an elongated foot member. The foot member itself is adjustably connected to the central member so that the angular and positional relationship between the foot member and the central member can be selectively adjusted by a golfer. In addition, the central member is connected perpendicularly by one of its ends to the longitudinal center of the elongated angle bar. This latter connection can be made pivotally adjustable to thereby provide a collapsible putting practice device.
Abstract: A disk storage box comprised of two pivoted shells connected by two axle caps with a hollow shaft retained therebetween to hold a plurality of flat disk holders. Lifting one shell from the other causes said axle caps to rotate said hollow shaft, permitting said flat disk holders to be spread out like a fan for arranging laser disks or floppy disks conveniently. Stop strips are made in connecting rings on one shell to confine said axle caps to be rotated within a fixed angle.
Abstract: An electronic connector of the invention is used for linking together two printed circuit boards, such as a master printed circuit board and a peripheral interface circuit board. The electronic connector holds the circuit boards firmly, properly oriented and in good conductive contact, on a base platform. The connector has a leaf spring for inserting in a fixation mounting on a base platform. The leaf spring has a flexible, resilient die-pressed metal sheet body. An upper portion of the metal sheet body has a slanted face projecting forward adjacent a first side edge of the upper portion and a guide member extending downward from a lower edge of a second side edge of the upper portion and spaced away from said sheet body by a gap.
Abstract: This invention refers to a rotary printing machine with at least one counterpressure cylinder and at least two printing belt cylinders around which a continuous printing belt carrying printing forms and printing pictures is led, with one cylinder thereof being provided with a radial ring of pins in the region of each of its ends, wherein the pins thereof mesh with holes of edge-side tracks of holes of the printing belt for a slip-free guiding of the latter. For the solution of the problem to develop a rotary printing machine of that kind which can be easily and rapidly converted for continuous printing belts of different width without exchanging the printing cylinder, the printing belt cylinder is provided with bores at a distance from the end-side pin rings on at least one circumferential line corresponding to the distance of the pin spacing of the pin rings, in which extendable and retractable pins are arranged.
Abstract: A cavity pressure is sequentially changed, by relatively displacing two mold dies forming a mold cavity, to a molding presure at which a product is molded in the mold cavity, a coating pressure lower than the molding pressure at which fluidized thermosetting plastic material is injected to form a coating layer, a curing pressure between the coating pressure and molding pressure at which the coating layer is cured, and a finishing pressure between the coating pressure and curing pressure at which the coating layer thermosets. The changing of the cavity pressure to the coating pressure is initiated a predetermined time later than a termination of a drop in pressure from the molding pressure due to shrinkage of the product. The changing of the cavity pressure to the curing pressure is initiated at a peak of an increase in relative displacement between the two mold dies caused by injecting a fluidized thermosetting plastic material in the mold cavity.
Abstract: A ram air parachute has a crescent planform shape. A plurality of longitudinal ram air cells (14) are formed by spaced ribs (16) extending longitudinally between and connecting the upper surface (2) and lower surface (4) and have openings at the forward ends thereof adjacent the leading edge 8 to allow ram air to enter the cells when the parachute is deployed in use. A plurality of shroud lines (16) are connected to the loewr surface at spaced positions thereon. The leading edge has a shape substantially in the form of half the perimeter of a first ellipse and the trailing edge has a shape substantially in the form of half the perimeter of a second ellipse having the same major axis as the first ellipse but a shorter minor axis. The spacing between the ribs gradually decreases from the central to the outer regions of the canopy and the spacing between adjacent ribs is a function of the cosine of the sweep angle of the leading edge between adjacent ribs.
Abstract: The improved structures of the push-button key of keyboard are characterized in that the upper housing panel of keyboard comprises a plurality of partitioned sections where the push-button keys are installed, and that a key barrel of a predetermined height is set up at the center of each of the partitioned sections. The barrel wall comprises two slide keys positioned correspondingly to two slide key seats of the push-button key. The hooking means are arranged in the partitioned section at a predetermined distance from the key barrel. The stability of up-and-down movement of the push-button key is ensured by virtue of a coordinated action of slide key and slide key seats. The hooking means serve to confine the movement of the push-button key and to prevent the push-button key from being detached easily.