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The University Of Birmingham patents

Recent patent applications related to The University Of Birmingham. The University Of Birmingham is listed as an Agent/Assignee. Note: The University Of Birmingham may have other listings under different names/spellings. We're not affiliated with The University Of Birmingham, we're just tracking patents.

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Bladder cancer prognosis

The present invention concerns the use of protein biomarkers for use in facilitating in the prognosis and/or treatment regime of bladder cancer. In particular, the invention relates to the use of shed protein fragments, such as fragments of Epithelial cell adhesion molecule (EpCAM) and/or epidermal growth factor receptor (EGFR) detected... The University Of Birmingham

Target peptides for immunotherapy and diagnostics

A set of target peptides are presented by HLA A*0101, A*0201, A*0301, B*4402, B*2705, B*1402, and B*0702 on the surface of disease cells. They are envisioned to among other things (a) stimulate an immune response to the proliferative disease, e.g., cancer, (b) to function as immunotherapeutics in adoptive T cell... The University Of Birmingham

Microfluidic devices and fabrication

Methods for mass production of new microfluidic devices are described. The microfluidic devices may include an array of micro-needles with open channels in fluid communication with multiple reservoirs located within a substrate that supports the micro-needles. The micro-needles are configured so as to sufficiently penetrate the skin in order to... The University Of Birmingham

Elevated intracranial pressure treatment

Provided is an incretin, or analogue thereof, an incretin receptor agonist, an incretin enhancer, or any combination thereof, for use in a method of reducing elevated intracranial pressure (ICP) in a subject. Methods of reducing elevated ICP in a subject may comprise administering an incretin, or analogue thereof, an incretin... The University Of Birmingham

Markers for atrial fibrillation (af)

The present invention relates to a method for identifying whether or not it may be appropriate to administer to a subject a therapy for alleviating any potential consequences which may arise due to the subject having an atrial fibrillation (AF), the method comprising detecting, in a sample of fluid from... The University Of Birmingham

Improved molecular detection system

A molecular sensor that utilises dichroism can be used to identify the presence of a target nucleic acid molecule in a sample, for example during or after amplification reactions such as PCR/thermocyling reactions and isothermal reactions. A sensor element for use in the molecular sensor may comprise an alignable scaffold/receptor... The University Of Birmingham

Improved molecular detection system

A molecular sensor that utilises dichroism can be used to identify the presence of specific molecules in a substance. The molecular sensor includes a sensor element comprising (i) a scaffold moiety and (ii) one or more receptor molecules for the target molecule attached to the scaffold moiety to form a... The University Of Birmingham

Atrial fibrillation therapy

Provided is a method of facilitating the determination of treatment of a subject displaying atrial fibrillation, the method comprising determining a level of pitx2c expression in a sample from the subject and selecting a treatment based upon the level of pitx2c expression. Treatment with a sodium channel blocker may be... The University Of Birmingham

Controlled atom source

A method of generating at least one trapped atom of a specific species, the method comprising the steps of : positioning a sample material (18) comprising a specific species in a vacuum (14); generate an atomic vapour (20) of the specific species by irradiating the sample material with a first... The University Of Birmingham

Pickering emulsion formulations

The invention provides an emulsion comprising: (a) a continuous phase; (b) a dispersed phase comprising an active compound (1); and (c) colloidal particles located at the interface between the continuous phase and the dispersed phase. These are particularly useful with one or more agrochemicals or food additives as an active... The University Of Birmingham

Antimicrobial surface

The invention relates to an antimicrobial surface, in particular a surface functionalised with a peptide comprising an antimicrobial moiety. The invention comprises a surface functionalised with a peptide comprising an antimicrobial moiety and a binder moiety, wherein the peptide is immobilized on the surface by electrostatic interactions between the binder... The University Of Birmingham

Molecular sensor preparations and uses thereof

The present invention relates to a method of preparing a molecular sensor that is specific for a target molecule having a saccharide or peptide region. The method comprises using the target molecule as a template and incubating the template with a receptor to form a template-receptor complex. A molecular scaffold... The University Of Birmingham

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