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196 SUPERCRITICAL FLUIDS
Supercritical fluids are involved in a wide variety of applications which have shown a significant progress in recent years. Many industrial sectors are concerned including cosmetics, pharmaceutics, materials, chemistry or energy. Other areas are in rapid development such as the cleaning of mechanical parts or the surface preparation of microelectronics. It should be noted that water (Tc = 374 °C, Pc = 221 bars), which critical point is higher than that of CO2 (Tc = 31 °C, Pc = 74 bars), is nevertheless very much studied as a reaction medium, finding applications in the synthesis of nanoparticles and the recovery and treatment of waste.
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185 Dental renewing technology (Home kit)
A three dental breakthroughs that 1. Restores depleted dental enamel in 2-3 treatments 2. Whitens stained teeth that other whiteners won’t touch and 3. Removes heavy dental calculus buildup in 3-5 brushings.
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164 Antiviral vaporizing balm for colds, flu and other contagious diseases propagated via air or breath.
A combined formula of natural oils that the vapors of which kill a number of airborne pathogens. Used as a prophylactic in high risk zones or as a remedy for sinus or lung infections.
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149 AN INNOVATIVE DISPOSABLE AIR-BUBBLE TRAP FOR IV-INFUSIONS FOR MEDICAL PROCEDURES
An innovative air-bubble, cheap, disposable trap used for IV medical infusions using nano-technology.
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143 Innovative encapsulation technologies for controlled release of functional ingredients and medicinals
A serie of core technologies that are based on patented encapsulation techniques designed for targeted and controlled release of vaccines, antibiotics, probiotics, nutrients and a wide range of sensitive food ingredients. Efficiency systems have proven to be efficient “DHL” ingredient delivery services in the human and animal body. In this way, this can help industry to enhance and develop new products with proven health claims.
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109 Phyto-acaricides technology for control of ticks in animals
Novel phytoacaricides for the control of chemical acaricide resistant tick species in animals. The proposed technology is safe, non-toxic to human and animals, non-contaminating for the ecosystem and chances of resistance is less.
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70 A safe, non-toxic, edible, organic nano-material for use in multiple applications
A safe, non-toxic, edible, organic, low-cost, nanomaterial that can be applied in many applications including: Personal Care, Cosmetics, Pharmaceutical, Nutraceutical, Agri-chemical and Food Products. The company's mission is to fulfill a rapidly growing global demand for eco-friendly polymers produced from sustainable sources that also enhance the performance of consumer products and provide new and unique properties.
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54 Elastic fast swelling hydrogel
A fast responsive superporous hydrogel technology. The crosslinking is maintained by hydrolyzable diacrylate polymer and vinyl modified polypeptide. As these crosslinks break down, the material will start to fall apart and shrink. In addition, this superporous hydrogel is elastic (mechanically resilient) as it can be stretched more than 100% of its original size.
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47 In-vitro model to simulate digestion
In-vitro static digestion model to evaluate the bioavailability, bioaccessibility and beneficial effects of proteins, single compounds, complex formulations and nanoparticles.
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45 Aptamer-Based Therapeutics
The Innovator’s technology blocks the 3’ end of aptamers and other DNA oligonucleotides (e.g., antisense DNA) with proteins to stabilize these potentially therapeutic molecules in the body. The proteins can be simple serum albumins or more functional proteins such as the Fc tails of IgG antibodies or C1q to trigger the immune (complement) system to opsonize (phagocytize) or punch holes in cancer cells, Gram negative antibiotic-resistant bacteria and parasites. Specific aptamer sequences can also be used to coat deadly viruses such as West Nile and dengue viruses to curb their progression in vivo.
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