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

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Antifungal composition/treatment

An antifungal composition comprising an agent that affects the availability of functional amino acids and either i) another agent that affects the availability of functional amino acids or ii) an aminoglycoside antibiotic.. . ... The University Of Nottingham

Targeted modification of maize roots to enhance abiotic stress tolerance

The present invention relates to crop breeding. More particularly, the present invention relates to targeted modification of root to enhance abiotic stress tolerance in maize. ... The University Of Nottingham

Biomarkers related to kidney function and methods involving their use

The present invention provides a method for diagnosing in a subject acute kidney injury or a related or analogous disease state. The method comprises the steps of a) providing a sample taken from the subject: b) analysing the sample from the subject to determine the level of a biomarker selected from certain atomic species; and c) comparing the level of the biomarker in the sample to a reference level of the biomarker that is characteristic of a healthy subject, eg a subject having normal renal function. ... The University Of Nottingham

Medical devices and methods of making medical devices

A medical device material impregnated with a combination of antimicrobial agents, the combination of antimicrobial agents comprising a first antimicrobial agent, the first antimicrobial agent being triclosan and at least a second antimicrobial agent, wherein the combination of antimicrobial agents provides the device material with antimicrobial activity and inhibition of resistant microbial mutations for of the order of, or greater than, 80 days.. . ... The University Of Nottingham

Airway maintenance device

The disclosure relates to an airway maintenance device, such as an endotracheal tube, tracheostomy tube, or supraglottic airway device, and in particular to an airway maintenance device having a sensor for measuring capillary blood flow and/or pressure. The device includes an airway maintenance device with an airway lumen having a proximal end and a distal end, a distal end portion incorporating an optical sensor configured to measure capillary blood flow in tissue surrounding the distal end when in position within a patient's airway. ... The University Of Nottingham

Methods for reactive three-dimensional printing by inkjet printing

Methods of printing a three-dimensional object using co-reactive components are disclosed. Thermosetting compositions for three-dimensional printing are also disclosed.. ... The University Of Nottingham

Glycolipids and pharmaceutical compositions thereof for use in therapy

A compound of formula i: r1-l1-c(a)(a′)-ch2, -l2-r2 or a pharmaceutically acceptable salt thereof, for use in medicine, for example in the treatment of a disease or condition selected from the group comprising cancer, autistic spectrum disorders. Alzheimer's disease, parkinson's disease, huntingdon's disease, muscle wasting and viral infection, wherein: r1 is selected from a carbohydrate group or derivative thereof, hydrogen, a c1-c24 alkyl or a c1-c24 derivative of an alkyl group, a c2-c24 alkenyl or a c2-c24 derivative of an alkenyl group, and a c2-c24 alkynyl group or a c2-c24 derivative of an alkynyl group; l1 is a linking group; l2 is a linking group; r2 is selected from hydrogen, a c1-c24 alkyl or a c1-c24 derivative of an alkyl group, a c2-c24 alkenyl or a c2-c24 derivative of an alkenyl group, and a c2-c24 alkynyl group or a c2-c24 derivative of an alkynyl group; a is selected from hydrogen and a c1-c6 alkyl group: a′ is selected from hydrogen, a c3-c6 alkyl group, and l3-r3; wherein l3 is a linking group; and r3 is selected from hydrogen, a c1-c24 alkyl or a c1-c24 derivative of an alkyl group, a c2-c24 alkenyl or a c2-c24 derivative of an alkenyl group, and a c2-c24 alkynyl group or a c2-c24 derivative of an alkynyl group; and wherein if a′ is not l3-r3, then r2 is a c10-c24 alkyl or a c10-c24 derivative of an alkyl group, a c10-c24 alkenyl or a c10-c24 derivative of an alkenyl group, or a c10-c24 alkynyl group or a c10-c24 derivative of an alkynyl group; and wherein if a′ is l3-r3, then one or both of r2 and r3 are a c10-c24 alkyl or a c10-c24 derivative of an alkyl group, a c10-c24 alkenyl or a c10-c24 derivative of an alkenyl group, or a c10-c24 alkynyl group or a c10-c24 derivative of an alkynyl group.. ... The University Of Nottingham

Porous and non-porous bodies

A method of manufacture of a powder comprising, or consisting essentially of, microspheres, the method comprising: providing a feed powder; and applying at least one spheroidisation flame to the powder. The powder may be suitable for use in medical and/or non-medical applications.. ... The University Of Nottingham

Cell culture substrate

The invention provides a substrate for cell culture comprising a polymer, wherein the polymer comprises —a homopolymer formed from a monomer of formula (ia) or (ib); —a copolymer formed from one or more monomers of formula (ia) and/or (ib); or —a copolymer formed from one or more monomers of formula (ia) and/or (ib), and comprising hema; wherein formula (ia) comprises: (formula (ia)) wherein r1 is a c8-c12 straight or branched chain alkyl or alkenyl group, for example a c8-c10 straight or branched chain alkyl group, which may optionally be substituted; and r2 is selected from h and c1-4 alkyl; and wherein formula (ib) comprises: (formula (ib)) wherein r3 is a 6-12 membered ring, for example a 6-8 membered ring, which is a cycloalkyl, cycloheteroalkyl, aryl or heteroaryl group, and which may optionally be substituted; l is a divalent linker group selected from —nh—, —ch2—, and —o—; r4 is a c1-8 organic group, for example a c1-c6 organic group, wherein this group comprises at least one moiety selected from c═o, nh, nh2, cooh, and c═c.. . ... The University Of Nottingham

Determining air leakage

A system (100) and method for determining the air leakage of a space (102) in a building is disclosed. The system (100) comprises a processor (120); a source (130) of compressed air; a pressure sensor (150) configured to measure the pressure of air residing within the space (130) and to provide background pressure signals to the processor (120); a nozzle unit (140) for metering the supply of a pulse of compressed air from the source (130) and for directing the pulse into the space (102) and a source pressure sensor (132) configured to measure a transient pressure during the pulse and to provide a transient pressure signal to the processor (120), wherein the processor (120) is configured to determine the air leakage based on changes in the background pressure signals and from the transient pressure signal. ... The University Of Nottingham

Transduction

This invention relates to transduction of cargo molecules into living cells, such as protein transduction, in particular a delivery molecule for transduction of a cargo into a cell comprising: a cargo-binding molecule and/or a cargo; a glycosaminoglycan (gag) binding element, which is capable of binding to gag on the surface of the cell; and a protein transduction domain. Methods of transduction, methods of producing or modifying cargo for transduction, delivery molecules for transduction and methods of treatment using transduction, or using transduced cells are also provided.. ... The University Of Nottingham

Terpene and terpenoid derivatives containing vinyl groups for the preparation of polymers

The invention relates to a method for producing functionalised monomers, the method comprising: a) providing a starting material selected from terpenes and terpenoids; b) forming a derivative of the starting material by incorporation of a hydroxyl group; c) esterifying the hydroxyl group of the derivative to introduce a moiety containing a vinyl group, so as to produce a functionalised monomer. The functionalised monomer can be polymerised to obtain a bio-derived polymer.. ... The University Of Nottingham

Capillary refill measurement

A capillary refill measurement apparatus (1), comprising a support element (14) configured to receive the weight of a user through their foot, a light source (22) for illuminating a region of the foot that exerts weight onto the support element (14), a light detector (24) arranged to receive light from the illuminated region (36) of the foot and generate an output based on the received light, and a processor (26) configured to determine a capillary refill rate from the output of the light detector (24) when the user adjusts the amount of weight received by the support element (14).. . ... The University Of Nottingham

Surgical spinal device

A spinal manipulation device (30; 80; 90; 100) adapted to protect, in use, a spinal cord from excessive axial and/or shear translations, the spinal manipulation device comprising a guide (31, 32; 81, 82, 83; 91, 92, 93; 101, 102, 103) configured to constrain, in use, movement of a first arm (35; 86; 96;106) relative to a second arm, the first arm and the second arm being fixable to and extending from a segment of spine undergoing manipulation, wherein, in use, the guide constrains movement of the first arm (35; 86; 96; 106) relative to the second arm (36; 87; 97; 107) to be about a substantially fixed centre of rotation located at least partially within the segment of spine undergoing manipulation, thereby protecting the spinal cord from excessive axial and/or shear translations.. . ... The University Of Nottingham








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