Kyushu University, National University Corp.
|Kyushu University, National University Corp. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20120315770||METHOD OF MANUFACTURING SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE - A method of manufacturing a semiconductor device according to the invention includes the step S||12-13-2012|
|20120160784||FORCEPS SUPPORT DEVICE - A forceps support device||06-28-2012|
|20120100131||METHOD FOR TREATMENT OF BLOOD TUMOR USING ANTI-TIM-3 ANTIBODY - Disclosed is a therapeutic method comprising administering a TIM-3 antibody to a subject who is suspected to be suffering from blood tumor and in whom TIM-3 has been expressed in a Lin(−)CD34(+)CD38(−) cell fraction of bone marrow or peripheral blood or a subject who has been received any treatment for blood tumor. Also disclosed is a composition for preventing or treating blood tumor, which comprises a TIM-3 antibody as an active ingredient. Conceived diseases include those diseases which can be treated through the binding or targeting of the TIM-3 antibody to blood tumor cells (AML cells, CML cells, MDS cells, ALL cells, CLL cells, multiple myeloma cells, etc.), helper T cell (e.g., Th1 cells, Th17 cells), and antigen-presenting cells (e.g., dendritic cells, monocytes, macrophages, and cells resembling to the aforementioned cells (hepatic stellate cells, osteoclasts, microglial cells, intraepidermal macrophages, dust cells (alveolar macrophages), etc)), all of which are capable of expressing TIM-3. The diseases for which the therapeutic use is to be examined include blood diseases in which the expression of TIM-3 is observed in bone marrow or peripheral blood, particularly blood tumor.||04-26-2012|
|20120040908||FRACTURE REPAIR PROMOTER - Disclosed is a substance capable of promoting the repair of a fractured part in a fracture caused by an external force, fatigue or a disease. Also disclosed is a method for producing the substance. Further disclosed is a product capable of promoting the repair of a fracture, such as a food, a beverage and a feed, which comprises the fracture repair promoter. Specifically disclosed is a fracture repair promoter comprising, as an active ingredient, a fraction containing a milk-derived basic protein. In the promoter, the fraction containing the milk-derived basic protein is produced by contacting milk or a milk-derived raw material with a cation exchange resin to cause the adsorption of the basic protein on the cation exchange resin and eluting a fraction adsorbed on the resin by means of an eluent having a salt concentration of 0.1 to 1.0 M.||02-16-2012|
|20100148114||POSITIVE ELECTRODE ACTIVE MATERIAL AND METHOD OF PRODUCING THE SAME AND NONAQUEOUS ELECTROLYTE BATTERY HAVING POSITIVE ELECTRODE CONTAINING POSITIVE ELECTRODE ACTIVE MATERIAL - The present invention provides an olivine-type positive electrode active material that is an inexpensive and very safe positive electrode active material that also exhibits excellent battery properties even at high energy densities. The present invention also provides a method of producing this olivine-type positive electrode active material and a nonaqueous electrolyte battery that has a positive electrode that contains this olivine-type positive electrode active material. The present invention relates to a positive electrode active material that comprises an olivine-type lithium manganese phosphate compound represented by the following general formula (1)||06-17-2010|
|20090159838||POSITIVE ELECTRODE ACTIVE MATERIAL FOR NONAQUEOUS ELECTROLYTE SECONDARY BATTERY - Disclosed is a positive electrode active material for nonaqueous electrolyte secondary batteries which contains a complex oxide mainly containing sodium, nickel and a tetravalent metal while having a hexagonal structure. This positive electrode active material enables to obtain a nonaqueous electrolyte secondary battery with high operating voltage. The complex oxide is preferably expressed as Na[Na||06-25-2009|
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