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Organic compounds -- part of the class 532-570 series November recently filed with US Patent Office 11/12Below are recently published patent applications awaiting approval from the USPTO. Recent week's RSS XML file available below.
Listing for abstract view: USPTO application #, Title, Abstract excerpt,Patent Agent. Listing format for list view: USPTO National Class full category number, title of the patent application. 11/29/2012 > 2 patent applications in 2 patent subcategories. recently filed with US Patent Office
20120302777 - Glycerol 3-phosphate acyltransferase homologue and use thereof: The present invention provides a novel glycerol 3-phosphateacyltransferase gene and use thereof. The object of the present invention can be solved by providing a nucleic acid having a nucleotide sequence set forth in SEQ ID NO: 1, 4, or 8, SEQ ID NO: 3, 6, or 11, or SEQ ID... Agent: Suntory Holdings Limited
11/15/2012 > 4 patent applications in 3 patent subcategories. recently filed with US Patent Office
20120289724 - Process for purifying crude fatty alcohols: P
20120289725 - Synthesis of fatty alcohol esters of alpha-hydroxy carboxylic acids and their use as percutaneous absorption enhancers: The present invention provides a novel approach for the preparation of fatty alcohol esters of α-hydroxy carboxylic acids. In one form of the invention, the target fatty alcohol ester of α-hydroxy carboxylic acid is produced by converting a lower alkyl ester of α-hydroxy carboxylic acid into a fatty alcohol ester... Agent:
20120289727 - Process for modifying vegetable oils and primary plasticizer for vinyl polymers: The present invention refers to a process for modifying epoxidized or non-modified vegetable oils. More specifically, it refers to the process through which vegetable oils and alcohols are converted into fatty acid alkyl esters through transesterification. The present invention also refers to the products obtained through the process disclosed herein.... Agent: Npc Industrias Quimicas Ltda
20120283457 - High-pressure extraction apparatus and method: A high pressure extraction apparatus and extracting method therefor are adapted to maintain a medium at the supercritical state to extract substance-to-be-extracted. The apparatus includes an extraction tank, a piston and a control unit. The control unit controls the piston to reciprocate in the extraction tank as well as controls... Agent: Industrial Technology Research Institute
20120283458 - Sourcing phosphorus and other nutrients from the ocean via ocean thermal energy conversion systems: Provided herein are controlled methods for producing biofuel and lipids from algae. In certain embodiments, the controlled methods comprise: (i) providing upwelled water in a body of water; (ii) culturing algae in the upwelled water; (iii) feeding the algae to planktivorious organisms; (iv) extracting lipids from the planktivorious organisms; and... Agent: Livefuels, Inc.
20120283459 - Metaloxide - zr02 catalysts for the esterification and transesterification of free fatty acids and triglycerides to obtain bio-diesel: Mixed metal oxide catalysts (ZnO, CeO, La2O3, NiO, Al203, Si02, TiO2, Nd2O3, Yb2O3, or any combination of these) supported on zirconia (ZrO2) or hydrous zirconia are provided. These mixed metal oxide catalysts can be prepared via coprecipitation, impregnation, or sol-gel methods from metal salt precursors with/without a Zirconium salt precursor.... Agent: Wayne State University
20120283460 - Renewable chemical production from novel fatty acid feedstocks: Disclosed herein are methods of manufacturing renewable chemicals through the manufacture of novel triglyceride oils followed by chemical modification of the oils. Methods such as transesterification, hydrogenation, hydrocracking, deoxygenation, isomerization, interesterification, hydroxylation, hydrolysis and saponification are disclosed. Novel oils containing fatty acid chain lengths of C8, C10, C12 or C14... Agent: Solazyme, Inc.
20120283461 - Pasteurisation process for microbial cells and microbial oil: A pasteurisation protocol for pasteurising microbial cells is disclosed. The protocol has a heating stage, a plateau stage at which the cells are held at a (maximum and) constant temperature, and a cooling stage. The heating and cooling stages are rapid, the temperature of the cells passing through 40 to... Agent: DsmIPAssets B.v.11/01/2012 > 5 patent applications in 5 patent subcategories. recently filed with US Patent Office
20120277449 - Systems and methods for producing biofuels from algae: Provided herein are systems and methods for producing fish lipids and/or biofuels from algae that use nutrient-πch water derived from an upwelled water. The methods comprise harvesting the algae by a population of planktivorous organisms, such as fishes, gathering the planktivorous organisms, and extracting lipids from the organisms and/or polishing... Agent:
20120277450 - Extraction of polar lipids by a two solvent method: A method for separating polar lipids from plant material, in particular, intact algal cells, using an amphipathic solvent set and a hydrophobic solvent set. Some embodiments include dewatering intact algal cells and then extracting polar lipids from the algal cells. The methods provide for single and multistep extraction processes which... Agent: Heliae Development, LLC
20120277451 - Diacylglycerol acyltransferase genes and use thereof: It is an object to provide a novel diacylglycerol acyltransferase. The present invention relates to a diacylglycerol acyltransferase, a polynucleotide encoding the same, and so on. The present invention provides a polynucleotide comprising the nucleotide sequence of, e.g., SEQ ID NO: 1 or 4, a polynucleotide encoding a protein consisting... Agent: Suntory Holdings Limited
20120277452 - Tailored oils produced from recombinant oleaginous microorganisms: Methods and compositions for the production of oil, fuels, oleochemicals, and other compounds in recombinant microorganisms are provided, including oil-bearing microorganisms and methods of low cost cultivation of such microorganisms. Microalgal cells containing exogenous genes encoding, for example, a lipase, a sucrose transporter, a sucrose invertase, a fructokinase, a polysaccharide-degrading... Agent: Solazyme, Inc.
20120277453 - Recombinant microalgae cells producing novel oils: Disclosed herein are obligate heterotrophic microalgae cells containing an exogenous gene. In some embodiments the gene is a sucrose utilization gene, and further disclosed are methods of manufacturing triglyceride oils using sugar cane or sugar beets as a feedstock in a heterotrophic fermentation. In other embodiments the feedstock is depolymerized... Agent: Solazyme, Inc.Previous industry: Organic compounds -- part of the class 532-570 series
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