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King s College London patents

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Novel vista-ig constructs and the use of vista-ig for treatment of autoimmune, allergic and inflammatory disorders

The present invention relates to a fusion proteins comprising regulatory T cell protein, VISTA (V-domain Immunoglobulin Suppressor of T cell Activation (PD-L3) and an immunoglobulin protein (Ig), preferably also containing a flexible linker intervening the VISTA and Ig Fc polypeptide. The invention also provides the use of VISTA polypeptides, multimeric... King s College London

Apparatus for treatment of snoring and sleep apnoea

A portable, battery powered apparatus (10) generates an electrical signal between electrodes (15a, 15b) to be applied to the skin of a patient for reduction or prevention of snoring or obstructive sleep apnoea. The signal comprises electrical stimulation at a frequency of 1-100 Hz and the signal comprises a stimulation... King s College London

Vascular calcification

The invention relates to the use of a poly(ADP ribose) polymerase (PARP) inhibitor and/or a tetracycline, for treating, preventing or ameliorating medial vascular calcification, and to pharmaceutical compositions comprising PARP inhibitors or tetracycline.... King s College London

Gammadelta t cell expansion procedure

A method for expanding a population of γδ T-cells is provided in which isolated activated Peripheral Blood Mononuclear Cells (PBMCs) are cultured in a medium comprising transforming growth factor beta (TGF-β) under conditions in which the production of effector γδ T-cells having therapeutic activity against malignant disease is favored. The... King s College London

Bicycloheteroaryl-heteroaryl-benzoic acid compounds as retinoic acid receptor beta (rarbeta) agonists

The present invention pertains generally to the field of therapeutic compounds, and more specifically to certain bicycloheteroaryl-heteroaryl-benzoic acid compounds of the following formula (for convenience, collectively referred to herein as “BHBA compounds”), which, inter alia, are (selective) retinoic acid receptor beta (RARβ) (e.g., RARβ2) agonists. The present invention also pertains... King s College London

Plasmonic switch device and method

A plasmonic switching device and method of providing a plasmonic switching device. An example device includes a resonant cavity and an electromagnetic radiation feed arranged to couple electromagnetic radiation into the resonant cavity and at least one plasmonic mode. The resonant cavity is arranged to be switchable between: a first... King s College London

Methods for identifying and treating invasive/metastatic cancers

Cancer invasion is a hallmark of metastasis. The mesenchymal mode of cancer cell invasion is mediated by elongated membrane protrusions driven by the assembly of branched F-actin networks. Described herein are compositions and methods for assessing and treating a subject having metastatic cancer or at risk of developing metastatic cancer,... King s College London

Biomarkers and methods relating to alzheimer's disease

Alzheimer's disease, the most common cause of dementia in older individuals, is a debilitating neurodegenerative disease for which there is currently no cure. In the past, AD could only be definitively diagnosed by brain biopsy or upon autopsy after a patient died. These methods, which demonstrate the presence of the... King s College London

Endoscopic imaging

An endoscopic apparatus and method to capture an image of in-vivo tissue with automatic exposure control. For example, the method includes capturing image data on an image sensor and analyzing an indication of brightness of each pixel to determine whether the captured image data is saturated. When the image data... King s College London

Random laser detector

The present disclosure is directed toward a target detector, a method of detecting a change in a target, target monitoring apparatus, and a method of monitoring a target. For example, a target detector includes a structure having a gain medium comprising a plurality of disordered nanostructure features and a target-sensitive... King s College London

Delay coordinate analysis of periodic data

In embodiments of the present invention, periodic data is analysed by obtaining (S1) a vector of delay coordinates for each one of a plurality of samples of the periodic data in a time window, and transforming (S2) each of the vectors into a coordinate system comprising a plurality of predefined... King s College London

Patient monitoring method and monitoring device

A method of monitoring a patient includes measuring neural respiratory drive using a monitoring device (10), repeating the measurement either continuously or at regular time intervals, and comparing the measurements obtained in order to predict treatment failure and/clinical deterioration and/or re-admission. In embodiments of the invention, the neural respiratory drive... King s College London

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