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

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 new patent  Insulin-like growth factor inhibitor and chemotherapeutic agent for use in cancer therapy

The present invention relates to combinations and pharmaceutical compositions comprising an IGF inhibitor and a chemotherapeutic agent, and their use in treating a proliferative disorder such as cancer (for example a solid cancer such as pancreatic cancer). The invention also provides an IGF inhibitor for use in treating such proliferative... The University Of Liverpool

Multiferroic materials

The present invention relates to new multiferroic materials. More particularly, the present invention relates to new multiferroic single phase ceramic materials as well as to thin films formed from these materials, methods of preparing these materials and their use as multiferroic materials in electronic components and devices.... The University Of Liverpool

Method and creating a classifier indicative of a presence of a medical condition

An embodiment of the present invention provides a method of creating a classifier indicative of a presence of a medical condition in a subject, comprising receiving chromatogram data indicative of a profile of volatile organic compounds in a sample from each of a first plurality of subjects having the medical... The University Of Liverpool


An oil-in-water emulsion comprises an emulsifier which is a non-gelled branched polymer (e.g. a branched vinyl polymer), wherein the ends of at least some of the chains of said polymer terminate in an alkyl chain of 5 carbon atoms or more, and wherein the oil-in-water emulsion takes the form of... The University Of Liverpool

Metal-organic frameworks

The present invention relates to compounds capable of forming metal-organic frameworks (MOFs), particularly f-block metal MOFs which selectively sorb one component (e.g. para-xylene) from a mixture of components (e.g. m-/p-xylene mixture). The invention also relates to methods of producing and using said compounds.... The University Of Liverpool

Dielectric barrier layer

The present invention relates to a method of forming a fluorine-doped metal oxide dielectric layer suitable for forming a dielectric barrier layer in an integrated circuit device. The method comprises the deposition of a plurality of layers of oxide dielectric onto a substrate by a plurality of cycles of atomic... The University Of Liverpool

Pharmacologically active compounds

wherein Q is as defined herein. The compounds of formula I act as selective positive allosteric modulators of strychnine-sensitive alpha 1-glycine receptors. The present invention further relates to the use of these compounds as therapeutic agents for the treatment and/or prevention of diseases or conditions in which strychnine-sensitive alpha 1-glycine... The University Of Liverpool

Two-dimensional carbon nitride material and preparation

Graphitic carbon nitride has been prepared and its structure confirmed by extensive characterization. This material has useful electronic, in particular semiconducting, properties. Crystalline thin films have been prepared. Synthesis may be carried out by condensation of unsaturated carbon- and nitrogen-containing compound(s) in inert solvent such as a salt melt, forming... The University Of Liverpool

Method of preparing a porous carbon material

A method of preparing a porous carbon material is provided. The method comprises a) freezing a liquid mixture comprising a polymer suspended or dissolved in a solvent to form a frozen mixture; b) removing the solvent from the frozen mixture to form a porous frozen mixture; and c) pyrolyzing the... The University Of Liverpool

Nucleic acids, and uses therof

Provided are siRNA molecules that are particularly efficient in their ability to reduce transcription and expression of TNF or IL-1β in canine macrophage and synovial cells. The siRNA molecules demonstrate improved silencing of TNF or IL-1β as compared to siRNA molecules disclosed prior to the present invention. These properties are... The University Of Liverpool

Particles containing branched polymers

Particles comprising a branched polymer and either a block copolymer or a linear dendritic hybrid represent a category of useful materials. They may be used in for example drug delivery applications. They may be prepared by a method comprising the steps of: dissolving the branched polymer and block copolymer or... The University Of Liverpool

Separations with organic molecular solids

A host material may be used for the separation of elements or compounds, wherein the host material is an organic molecular solid with suitable cavities for accommodating a guest material to be separated, and with interconnections between the cavities to allow the guest material to diffuse through the host material,... The University Of Liverpool

Synthetic process

The present invention relates to a process for preparing substituted piperidine compounds and especially chiral substituted piperidine compounds. The process involves reacting a substituted pyridinium ion with an amine as defined herein, in the presence of a hydrogen donor, a catalysts and a suitable solvent.... The University Of Liverpool

Device for compressing the uterus

A device for applying a compressive force to the uterus, the device comprising a contact portion for contacting the uterus and providing a compressive force thereto, and at least two elongate handles each extending from the contact portion along a respective longitudinal axis. The at least two elongate handles are... The University Of Liverpool

Fusion proteins, polynucleotides, expression vectors, and their uses

Provided are fusion proteins, polynucleotides and expression vectors with therapeutic utility in the prevention and/or treatment of cancer, as well as medical uses of these agents, and methods of treatment in which they are used. A fusion protein of the invention comprises an amino acid sequence that provides the apoptosis-inducing... The University Of Liverpool

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