Patents by Inventor Huan Tian

Huan Tian has filed for patents to protect the following inventions. This listing includes patent applications that are pending as well as patents that have already been granted by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).

  • Publication number: 20210054003
    Abstract: In various aspects and embodiments the invention provides a method of preparing a cyclopentaoxasilinone, the method comprising contacting a siloxy-tethered 1,7-enyne with a thioether promoter. In another aspect, the invention provides a method of preparing a cyclopentaoxaborininone, the method comprising contacting a boronic ester-tethered 1,7-enyne with a thioether promoter.
    Type: Application
    Filed: August 19, 2020
    Publication date: February 25, 2021
    Inventors: Dionicio Solorio Martinez, Austin Gregory Gallagher, Huan Tian
  • Patent number: 10748013
    Abstract: A method and an apparatus for detecting a road lane are provided. The method includes acquiring a current road image of a road around a vehicle and inputting the current road image into a deep learning model and detecting a road lane region in the current road image based on a result outputted from the deep learning model. The deep learning model includes a first model device and a second model device. The first model device includes at least one first model subdevice which includes a convolutional neural network and a first recurrent neural network, and the second model device includes at least one second model subdevice which includes a deconvolution neural network and a second recurrent neural network.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: May 17, 2018
    Date of Patent: August 18, 2020
    Assignee: Neusoft Corporation
    Inventors: Huan Tian, Jun Hu, Shuai Cheng, Wei Liu
  • Publication number: 20190187722
    Abstract: A method and an apparatus for intelligent terrain identification, a vehicle-mounted terminal, and a vehicle are provided. The method includes acquiring an image of a preset driving range in a front driving region of a vehicle; extracting a feature of a road surface from the image, and determining a type of the road surface based on the extracted feature of the road surface, to cause the vehicle to select a corresponding driving strategy according to the type of the road surface. With the method for intelligent terrain identification, the vehicle can identify the type of the current road surface intelligently, and switch the driving strategy of the vehicle automatically according to the type of the road surface, thereby greatly improving convenience of an adaptation function of the vehicle to a terrain, improving driving experience, and reducing probability of safety risks.
    Type: Application
    Filed: April 11, 2018
    Publication date: June 20, 2019
    Inventors: Jun HU, Huan TIAN, Shuai CHENG, Wei LIU
  • Publication number: 20190163991
    Abstract: A method and an apparatus for detecting a road lane are provided. The method includes acquiring a current road image of a road around a vehicle and inputting the current road image into a deep learning model and detecting a road lane region in the current road image based on a result outputted from the deep learning model. The deep learning model includes a first model device and a second model device. The first model device includes at least one first model subdevice which includes a convolutional neural network and a first recurrent neural network, and the second model device includes at least one second model subdevice which includes a deconvolution neural network and a second recurrent neural network.
    Type: Application
    Filed: May 17, 2018
    Publication date: May 30, 2019
    Inventors: Huan Tian, Jun Hu, Shuai Cheng, Wei Liu
  • Publication number: 20040248150
    Abstract: Methods for the multiplexed detection of known, selected nucleotide target sequences are provided. Detection involves the release of identifying tags as a consequence of target recognition. The methods include the use of electrophoretic tag probes or e-tag probes, comprising a detection region and a mobility-defining region called the mobility modifier, both linked to a target-binding moiety. In practicing the methods, the target-binding moiety of the e-tag probes hybridizes to complementary target sequences followed by nuclease cleavage of the e-tag probes and release of detectable e-tags or e-tag reporters. The mixture is exposed to a capture agent which binds uncleaved and/or partially cleaved e-tag probes, followed by electrophoretic separation. In a multiplexed assay, different released e-tag reporters may be separated and detected providing for target identification.
    Type: Application
    Filed: December 2, 2003
    Publication date: December 9, 2004
    Inventors: Sharat Singh, Huan Tian
  • Patent number: 6686152
    Abstract: Methods for the multiplexed detection of known, selected nucleotide target sequences are provided. Detection involves the release of identifying tags as a consequence of target recognition. The methods include the use of electrophoretic tag probes or e-tag probes, comprising a detection region and a mobility-defining region called the mobility modifier, both linked to a target-binding moiety. In practicing the methods, the target-binding moiety of the e-tag probes hybridizes to complementary target sequences followed by nuclease cleavage of the e-tag probes and release of detectable e-tags or e-tag reporters. The mixture is exposed to a capture agent which binds uncleaved and/or partially cleaved e-tag probes, followed by electrophoretic separation. In a multiplexed assay, different released e-tag reporters may be separated and detected providing for target identification.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: April 2, 2001
    Date of Patent: February 3, 2004
    Assignee: Aclara Biosciences, Inc.
    Inventors: Sharat Singh, Huan Tian
  • Publication number: 20020045738
    Abstract: Compositions for the multiplexed detection of known, selected nucleotide target sequences are provided. The compositions include one or more uncleaved or partially cleaved electrophoretic tag (e-tag) probes from a set of e-tag probes, at least one e-tag reporter out of a possible set of e-tag reporters and a capture agent. The e-tag probes comprise a detection region and a mobility-defining region called the mobility modifier, both linked to a target-binding moiety. Detection involves the release of identifying tags as a consequence of target recognition. The target-binding moiety of the e-tag probes hybridizes to complementary target sequences followed by nuclease cleavage of the e-tag probes and release of detectable e-tags or e-tag reporters. The mixture is exposed to a capture agent which binds uncleaved and/or partially cleaved e-tag probes, followed by electrophoretic separation. In a multiplexed assay, different released e-tag reporters may be separated and detected providing for target identification.
    Type: Application
    Filed: April 2, 2001
    Publication date: April 18, 2002
    Inventors: Sharat Singh, Huan Tian
  • Publication number: 20020001808
    Abstract: Methods for the multiplexed detection of known, selected nucleotide target sequences are provided. Detection involves the release of identifying tags as a consequence of target recognition. The methods include the use of electrophoretic tag probes or e-tag probes, comprising a detection region and a mobility-defining region called the mobility modifier, both linked to a target-binding moiety. In practicing the methods, the target-binding moiety of the e-tag probes hybridizes to complementary target sequences followed by nuclease cleavage of the e-tag probes and release of detectable e-tags or e-tag reporters. The mixture is exposed to a capture agent which binds uncleaved and/or partially cleaved e-tag probes, followed by electrophoretic separation. In a multiplexed assay, different released e-tag reporters may be separated and detected providing for target identification.
    Type: Application
    Filed: April 2, 2001
    Publication date: January 3, 2002
    Inventors: Sharat Singh, Huan Tian
  • Patent number: 6103521
    Abstract: Novel multispecific chimeric receptor DNA sequences, expression cassettes and vectors containing these sequences as well as cells containing the chimeric DNA and novel chimeric receptor proteins expressed from the sequences are provided in the present invention. The novel multispecific chimeric receptor DNA and amino acid sequences comprise at least three domains that do not naturally exist together: (1) a multispecific binding domain comprising at least two extracellular inducer-responsive clustering domains which serves to bind at least one specific inducer molecule, (2) a transmembrane domain, which crosses the plasma membrane, and (3) either a proliferation signaling domain that signals the cell to divide, or an effector function signaling domain which directs a host cell to perform its specialized function.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: May 30, 1995
    Date of Patent: August 15, 2000
    Assignee: Cell Genesys, Inc.
    Inventors: Daniel J. Capon, Douglas H. Smith, Huan Tian, Genine A. Winslow, Miriam Siekevitz
  • Patent number: 6077947
    Abstract: The present invention is directed to novel chimeric proliferation receptor proteins and DNA sequences encoding these proteins where the chimeric proteins are characterized in three general categories. In one category, the novel chimeric proteins comprise at least three domains, namely, an extracellular inducer-responsive clustering domain capable of binding an extracellular inducer that transmits a signal to a proliferation signaling domain, a transmembrane domain and a proliferation signaling domain that signals a host cell to divide. In the second category, the novel chimeric proteins comprise at least two domains, namely, an intracellular inducer-responsive clustering domain capable of binding an intracellular inducer and a proliferation signaling domain that signals the cell to divide.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: June 7, 1995
    Date of Patent: June 20, 2000
    Assignee: Cell Genesys, Inc.
    Inventors: Daniel J. Capon, Huan Tian, Douglas H. Smith, Genine A. Winslow, Miriam Siekevitz
  • Patent number: 5837544
    Abstract: The present invention is directed to novel chimeric proliferation receptor proteins and DNA sequences encoding these proteins where the chimeric proteins are characterized in three general categories. In one category, the novel chimeric proteins comprise at least three domains, namely, an extracellular inducer-responsive clustering domain capable of binding an extracellular inducer that transmits a signal to a proliferation signaling domain, a transmembrane domain and a proliferation signaling domain that signals a host cell to divide. In the second category, the novel chimeric proteins comprise at least two domains, namely, an intracellular inducer-responsive clustering domain capable of binding an intracellular inducer and a proliferation signaling domain that signals the cell to divide.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: June 7, 1995
    Date of Patent: November 17, 1998
    Assignee: Cell Genesys, Inc.
    Inventors: Daniel J. Capon, Huan Tian, Douglas H. Smith, Genine A. Winslow, Miriam Siekevitz
  • Patent number: 5741899
    Abstract: The present invention is directed to novel chimeric proliferation receptor proteins and DNA sequences encoding these proteins where the chimeric proteins are characterized in three general categories. In one category, the novel chimeric proteins comprise at least three domains, namely, an extracellular inducer-responsive clustering domain capable of binding an extracellular inducer that transmits a signal to a proliferation signaling domain, a transmembrane domain and a proliferation signaling domain that signals a host cell to divide. In the second category, the novel chimeric proteins comprise at least two domains, namely, an intracellular inducer-responsive clustering domain capable of binding an intracellular inducer and a proliferation signaling domain that signals the cell to divide.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: June 7, 1995
    Date of Patent: April 21, 1998
    Assignee: Cell Genesys, Inc.
    Inventors: Daniel J. Capon, Huan Tian, Douglas H. Smith, Genine A. Winslow, Miriam Siekevitz