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

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Control of bacterial activity, such as in sewers and wastewater treatment systems

A method for controlling the activity of sulfate reducing bacteria or methanogenic archaea (or both) in environments containing such organisms comprising treating the environment with free nitrous acid (hno2) or with a solution containing nitrite (no2−) having a ph of less than 7 or by adding nitrite to the environment and having a ph of less than 7 in the environment. The method can also disrupt biofilms.. ... The University Of Queensland

Composition, particulate materials and methods for making particulate materials

Particulate material comprising rough mesoporous hollow nanoparticles. The rough mesoporous hollow nanoparticles may comprise a mesoporous shell, the external surface of which has projections thereon, the projections having smaller sizes than the particle size. ... The University Of Queensland

Method for the detection of analytes via luminescence quenching

A sensing element for use in the detection of an analyte based on a luminescent response, the sensing element comprising a luminescent triaryl amine compound provided as a coating on a substrate.. . ... The University Of Queensland

Enhanced baculovirus yield

A method for increasing or enhancing baculovirus yield and/or recombinant protein expression from a baculovirus is provided, wherein said method includes the step of engineering said host cell to express one or more of a p35, p35-trunc, p35-trunc-tail, and p49 protein. In some embodiments, said baculovirus does not normally encode a p35 protein, and said method includes the step of engineering said host cell to express one or more of a p35, p35-trunc, and p35-trunc-tail protein. ... The University Of Queensland

Hyperstable constrained peptides and their design

Hyperstable constrained peptides and methods and apparatus for designing such peptides are provided. A computing device can determine a peptide backbone using a computing device. ... The University Of Queensland

Targeting constructs for delivery of payloads

Disclosed are targeting constructs for targeting a target site, including a molecule or complex of interest. The targeting constructs comprise a polymer chain and a plurality of multi-specific molecules each of which includes an affinity moiety for binding with the polymer chain and a targeting ligand for binding with the target site. ... The University Of Queensland

Bread quality protein and methods of use

An isolated protein that is highly abundant in the seed of wheat varieties with desirable breadmaking qualities is provided. Associated promoters and promoter active fragments are also provided. ... The University Of Queensland

Nanocomposite elastomers

A composite material comprising an elastomer and nanocellulose. The nanocellulose may comprise a nanocellulose material derived from plants having c4 leaf anatomy, or a nanocellulose material derived from a plant material having a lesser amount of lignin than hemi-cellulose, or a nanocellulose having a hemicellulose content of from 25% to 55% by weight of the nanocellulose material, or a nanocellulose comprising nanofibrils having a diameter of up to 5 nm, or a nanocellulose comprising nanocellulose material of plant origin comprising nanocellulose particles or fibres having an aspect ratio of at least 250, or the composite material having a stiffness of not greater than 2.5 times the stiffness of the elastomer without the nanocellulose material being present, or the nanocellulose particles or fibres being derived from a plant material having a hemicellulose content of 30% or higher (w/w). ... The University Of Queensland

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Bacillus amyloliquefaciens probiotic compositions, methods of production, and methods of use

A probiotic composition is provided comprising bacillus amyloliquefaciens strain h57 bacteria that confers health and/or nutritional benefits, including methods of producing and using such a composition. Also provided is a method of treating a 5 probiotic-responsive disease, disorder and condition in an animal and a method of modulating the gastrointestinal flora of an animal, both including administering to said animal a probiotic composition comprising bacillus amyloliquefaciens strain h57 bacteria.. ... The University Of Queensland

Antibacterial agents

The invention concerns agents with antibacterial activity, their production and use in the treatment of bacterial infections in animals, including man. The agents are derivatives of vancomycin-type antibiotics, of structure x—w-l-v, wherein x is hydrogen, acetyl or a lipophilic membrane-insertive element, w is a basic peptide or basic amino acid; l is a linking group and v is a glycopeptide moiety which inhibits peptidoglycan biosynthesis in bacteria.. ... The University Of Queensland

Delivery device

A device for delivery of material or stimulus to targets within a body to produce a desired response, the targets being at least one of cells of interest, cell organelles of interest and cell nuclei of interest. The device includes a number of projections for penetrating a body surface, with the number of projections being selected to produce a desired response, and the number being at least 500. ... The University Of Queensland

Real-time object analysis with occlusion handling

A method includes the following steps. A video sequence including detection results from one or more detectors is received, the detection results identifying one or more objects. ... The University Of Queensland

Nucleic acid detection method and kit

A method and kit for detecting a target nucleic acid is provided wherein combining an amplified nucleic acid with a particle such as a paramagnetic bead form a flocculated complex which can be detected by visual inspection. The volume of nucleic acid sample that can be detected is as low as a few microlitres. ... The University Of Queensland

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Plant-protecting rnai compositions comprising plant-protecting double-stranded rna adsorbed onto layered double hydroxide particles

Aspects of the present invention relate to a plant-protecting rn ai composition comprising plant-protecting double-stranded rna adsorbed onto layered double hydroxide (ldh) particles, and to methods for protecting a plant comprising the step of administering to a plant an rnai composition comprising plant-protecting double-stranded rna adsorbed onto ldh particles.. . ... The University Of Queensland








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