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Use of simultaneously received videos by a system to generate a quality of experience value

A primary video and a second instance of a reference video can be simultaneously transmitted to a system through at least a first node of a communication network, the second instance of the reference video configured to be compared to a first instance of the reference video stored by the... University College Dublin

Chiral diamine compounds for the preparation of chiral alcohols and chiral amines

Also provided is the use of the chiral trans-diamine of formula (1) in a Grignard reaction and the chiral trans-diamines per se.... University College Dublin

Dynamically adapting a test workload to accelerate the identification of performance issues

An improvement to the process for identifying software problems in performance testing is achieved by dynamically adjusting workloads in real-time to stress the functionality of an application suspected of causing a software problem.... University College Dublin

Rule-based adaptive monitoring of application performance

A method for dynamically and adaptively monitoring a system based on its running behavior adjusts monitoring levels of the monitored application in real-time. A rules-based mechanism dynamically adjusts monitoring levels in real-time, based on the system's performance observed during a workload run, whether in a production or test environment.... University College Dublin

A labelling a target molecule forming part of a corona of molecules on a surfaces of a nanosized object

A method of labelling a target molecule forming part of a corona of molecules on a nanosized object is described. The method comprising the steps of incubating the nanosized object with a plurality of probes, in which the plurality of probes comprise small nanoparticles labelled with a recognition motif specific... University College Dublin

 new patent  A gene capable of enhancing salicylic acid-induced cell death in a plant cell and contributing to resistance to the fungal virulence factor deoxynivalenol, resistance to fusarium fungi and fusarium head blight disease, and a recombinant construct including the gene

The Applicant has identified a novel DON-responsive orphan gene (ENST1—SEQ ID NO: 1), and its promoter, which features DON-responsive elements, which can be used to drive the expression of FHB resistance genes. The Applicant has isolated two variants of the gene from wheat that share approximately 94% homology with ENST1.... University College Dublin

Polymeric nanoparticle

In a third aspect, the invention provides a polymeric nanoparticle according to the first aspect of the present invention, or a polymeric nanoparticle prepared according to the second aspect of the present invention; for use in the treatment of an inflammatory and/or arthritic disorder caused by or associated with dysfunctional... University College Dublin

Molecular sensors

The invention relates to a sensor molecule for detecting a target molecule comprising: (a) a rod-like molecule L and a rod-like molecule R connected to each other by a joint molecule C to form a hinge; (b) a target binding molecule A bonded to the end of rod-like molecule L... University College Dublin

A the enzymatic conversion of a phenol substrate into a corresponding catechol product

A method for the enzymatic conversion of a phenol substrate into a corresponding catechol product comprises the step of incubating the phenol substrate with a Ralstonia solanacearum tyrosinase enzyme, or a functional derivative thereof, in a reaction mixture, for a period of time sufficient to allow the enzyme convert at... University College Dublin

A dna-methylation test for prostate cancer

A method of determining the risk of metastatic prostate cancer in an individual diagnosed with prostate cancer, the method comprising a step of assaying a biological sample obtained from the individual for the presence of at last one methylated regulatory DNA sequence selected from group comprising: SEQUENCE ID No's 1... University College Dublin

A thermochemically processing material

This invention relates to a method and apparatus for thermochemically processing material, and in particular relates to the torrefaction of organic material such as biomass, in particular to improve the energy content of the material, the method involving enclosing the material in a reactor which is then evacuated by means... University College Dublin

Methods and compounds for treating proliferative disorders and viral infections

The invention generally relates to methods and compounds for treating proliferative disorders, viral infections, or both. In some embodiments, the invention provides an anticancer or antiviral compound including a substituted nitro phenoxy phenyl, a sulfonylurea, and an alkyl group. In some embodiments, the invention provides a method of treating a... University College Dublin

A improving the mean dry shoot weight, mean dry grain weight, and suppressing seed-borne infection in a cereal crop

A seed coating composition comprising a mixture of a fungal root endophyte isolated from a root of the plant found in low-nutrient, drought-stressed or multiply-stressed conditions and a carrier medium for application of said composition to a target seed, wherein the endophyte is characterised in having a nuclear ribosomal internal... University College Dublin

Thermal control coatings

A curable coating composition comprising: (a) a silicate, such as sodium silicate, potassium silicate or lithium silicate; (b) a phosphate, such calcium phosphate, magnesium phosphate or sodium phosphate; and (c) a metal oxide, such as magnesium oxide, aluminium (III) oxide, scandium (III) oxide, yttrium (III) oxide, or zirconium oxide. Such... University College Dublin

Thromboxane receptor antagonists

The invention generally relates to compounds that function as TP antagonists for treating thrombosis and other cardiovascular, renal, or pulmonary diseases. In some embodiments, the invention provides a compound including a substituted nitro phenoxy phenyl, a sulfonylurea, and an alkyl group. In some embodiments, the invention provides a method of... University College Dublin

Peptides and compositions thereof for improvement of glycaemic management in a mammal

A peptide having 12 to 60 amino acids and including (a) a sequence of SEQUENCE ID NO: 11, or (b) a fragment of SEQUENCE ID NO: 11 that includes the sequence of SEQUENCE ID NO: 1 or 5, is described for use in improving glycemic management in a mammal. A... University College Dublin

Thromboxane receptor antagonists

The invention generally relates to compounds that function as TP antagonists for treating thrombosis and other cardiovascular, renal, or pulmonary diseases. In some embodiments, the invention provides a compound including a substituted nitro phenoxy phenyl, a sulfonylurea, and an alkyl group. In some embodiments, the invention provides a method of... University College Dublin

Anti-angiogenic compounds

(E)-2-(2-Quinolin-2-yl-propenyl)-phenol, 2-Quinolin-2-yl-ylethynyl-phenol and salts thereof are useful as medicaments, especially for treatment of an angiogenesis-related disease or disorder.... University College Dublin

Aerated biofilm reactor hollow fibre membrane

The present invention is concerned with a hollow fibre membrane for use in a Membrane Supported Biofilm Reactor (MSBR) or the like, the hollow fibre membrane comprising a substantially cylindrical sidewall defining an internal lumen from which gas can permeate through the sidewall, and characterised in that at least a... University College Dublin

Prostate cancer biomarkers

A method is provided for characterising and/or prognosing prostate cancer in a subject comprising measuring the level of at least one protein from a panel or at least one peptide thereof in a sample from the subject. The method may be used to determine the grade and stage of the... University College Dublin








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