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 new patent  Enzymatic conjugation of polypeptides

The present application relates to methods for the functionalization of immunoglobulins, in particular with drugs. Also disclosed herein are linking reagents, functionalized antibodies, pharmaceutical compositions, and method of treating disease and/or conditions.... Paul Scherrer Institut

Human g protein alpha subunit gai1 with at least one mutated amino acid residue

The present application discloses in detail mutant ligands of the human G protein alpha-subunit—Gαi1—, wherein at least one amino acid residue has been replaced with alanine if the at least one amino acid residue is a non-alanine residue, or at least one amino acid residue has been replace with glycine... Paul Scherrer Institut

Method to produce a gas diffusion layer and fuel cell comprising a gas diffusion layer

A method of manufacturing gas diffusion layers (GDL) with a defined pattern of hydrophobic and hydrophilic regions is used to produce electrically conductive porous materials with distributed wettability. The method includes a) Coating the external and internal surfaces of a porous base material made of carbon fiber or Titanium with... Paul Scherrer Institut

Integrated photonic nanowires-based waveguide

A novel waveguide with excellent optical properties can be easily produced. The photonic nanowires based waveguide has a) a plurality of nanowires; each nanowire having a ridge shape; b) the nanowires are supported by a support substrate or partially or totally free standing; c) the support substrate further supports interfacing... Paul Scherrer Institut

Laser ablation cell

A laser ablation cell (1) comprises a flow channel (11) having an essentially constant cross-sectional area so as to ensure a strictly laminar flow in the flow channel. A sample chamber (21) is provided adjacent to a lateral opening (14) of the flow channel. A laser beam (41) enters the... Paul Scherrer Institut

Production of 43sc radionuclide and radiopharmaceuticals thereof for use in positron emission tomography

The radionuclide 43Sc is produced at commercially significant yields and at specific activities and radionuclidic purities which are suitable for use in radiodiagnostic agents including imaging agents. In a method, a solid target having an isotopically enriched target layer prepared on an inert substrate is positioned in a specially configured... Paul Scherrer Institut

A salt separator and a producing a methane-containing gas mixture from biomass using a salt separator

A salt separator separates salts and/or solid materials from a pumpable aqueous fluid mixture under process conditions, which lie in the range of the critical point for the fluid mixture. The salt separator contains a reaction zone in a cavity for transforming the pumpable aqueous fluid mixture into a raw... Paul Scherrer Institut

Tilted-grating approach for scanning-mode x-ray grating interferometry

Among the existent X-ray phase-contrast modalities, grating interferometry appears as a promising technique for commercial applications, since it is compatible with conventional X-ray tubes. However, since applications such as medical imaging and homeland security demand covering a considerable field of view, the fabrication of challenging and expensive large-area gratings would... Paul Scherrer Institut

Imaging system in reflection mode using coherent diffraction imaging methods and using micro-pinhole and aperture system

A reflective sample, such as a mask, is imaged in an optics system. A radiation source emits a light beam with relatively low coherence. A first focusing element focuses the beam before a mirror reflects the focused beam towards the sample at an incidence angle of between 2 and 25°... Paul Scherrer Institut

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