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JP6146443B2
Publication/Patent Number: JP6146443B2
Publication date: 2017-06-14
Application number: 2015158195
Filing date: 2015-08-10
Abstract: PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide an image processing apparatus that can satisfactorily maintain/adjust an internal body rhythm through vision of a person who visually recognizes a display that emits blue light.SOLUTION: An image processing apparatus includes: a switching control part 3 that acquires image information Sin that corresponds to an image to be displayed on a display 4; a time acquisition part 10 that acquires time information that indicates either of time PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide an image processing apparatus that can satisfactorily maintain/adjust an internal body rhythm through vision of a person who visually recognizes a display that emits blue light.SOLUTION: An image processing apparatus includes: a switching control ...more ...less
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JP2016040601A
Publication/Patent Number: JP2016040601A
Publication date: 2016-03-24
Application number: 2015158195
Filing date: 2015-08-10
Abstract: PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide an image processing apparatus that can satisfactorily maintain/adjust an internal body rhythm through vision of a person who visually recognizes a display that emits blue light.SOLUTION: An image processing apparatus includes: a switching control part 3 that acquires image information Sin that corresponds to an image to be displayed on a display 4; a time acquisition part 10 that acquires time information that indicates either of time PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide an image processing apparatus that can satisfactorily maintain/adjust an internal body rhythm through vision of a person who visually recognizes a display that emits blue light.SOLUTION: An image processing apparatus includes: a switching control ...more ...less
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WO2016024579A1
Publication/Patent Number: WO2016024579A1
Publication date: 2016-02-18
Application number: 2015072711
Filing date: 2015-08-10
Abstract: An image processing device is provided which can optimally maintain / adjust body rhythms via the sense of sight of a person watching a display that generates blue light. This image processing device is provided with a switching control unit 3 which acquires image information Sin corresponding to an image to be displayed on a display 4 An image processing device is provided which can optimally maintain / adjust body rhythms via the sense of sight of a person watching a display that generates blue light. This image processing device is provided with a switching control unit 3 which acquires image information ...more ...less
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JP2016040581A
Publication/Patent Number: JP2016040581A
Publication date: 2016-03-24
Application number: 2014164587
Filing date: 2014-08-12
Abstract: PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide an image processing apparatus that can display images in a state suitable for a user who visually recognizes the images according to the age of the user
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US8232447B2
Publication/Patent Number: US8232447B2
Publication date: 2012-07-31
Application number: 12/525,410
Filing date: 2007-11-30
Assignee: MSD K.K.
Abstract: It is an object to provide a gene-modified non-human animal having inactivated MGAT2 gene and a gene-modified non-human animal cell, which are useful for the search of the function of MGAT2 in vivo. It is another object to provide a method for screening of a compound capable of inhibiting the activity of MGAT2 and a compound capable of inhibiting the activity of MGAT2. It is further another object to provide a method for detecting a disease induced by abnormal lipid metabolism based on the expression level or activity of MGAT2. A method for screening of a compound by using a gene-modified non-human mammal having the artificially inhibited expression of MGAT2 gene and a cell thereof enable to prevent or treat a disease induced by abnormal lipid metabolism. Also a screening of a compound capable of inhibiting or enhancing the function of MGAT2 enables to prevent or treat a disease induced by abnormal lipid metabolism. It is an object to provide a gene-modified non-human animal having inactivated MGAT2 gene and a gene-modified non-human animal cell, which are useful for the search of the function of MGAT2 in vivo. It is another object to provide a method for screening of a compound capable of ...more ...less
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US20100074888A1
Publication/Patent Number: US20100074888A1
Publication date: 2010-03-25
Application number: 12/525,410
Filing date: 2007-11-30
Abstract: It is an object to provide a gene-modified non-human animal having inactivated MGAT2 gene and a gene-modified non-human animal cell, which are useful for the search of the function of MGAT2 in vivo. It is another object to provide a method for screening of a compound capable of inhibiting the activity of MGAT2 and a compound capable of inhibiting the activity of MGAT2. It is further another object to provide a method for detecting a disease induced by abnormal lipid metabolism based on the expression level or activity of MGAT2. A method for screening of a compound by using a gene-modified non-human mammal having the artificially inhibited expression of MGAT2 gene and a cell thereof enable to prevent or treat a disease induced by abnormal lipid metabolism. Also a screening of a compound capable of inhibiting or enhancing the function of MGAT2 enables to prevent or treat a disease induced by abnormal lipid metabolism. It is an object to provide a gene-modified non-human animal having inactivated MGAT2 gene and a gene-modified non-human animal cell, which are useful for the search of the function of MGAT2 in vivo. It is another object to provide a method for screening of a compound capable of ...more ...less
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DE69841740D1
Publication/Patent Number: DE69841740D1
Publication date: 2010-08-05
Application number: 69841740
Filing date: 1998-01-22
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EP0971430B9
Publication/Patent Number: EP0971430B9
Publication date: 2010-07-07
Application number: 98900399.1
Filing date: 1998-01-19
Abstract: Conventional batteries are disadvantageous in that a firm outer case must be used to maintain an electrical connection between electrodes, which has been an obstacle to size reduction. Those in which each electrode and a separator are joined with an adhesive resin suffer from conflict between adhesive strength and battery characteristics. To solve these problems, it is an object of the invention to provide a battery which requires no outer case so as to realize reduction in thickness and weight and yet exhibits excellence in both battery characteristics and adhesive strength. A positive electrode, a negative electrode, and a separator are joined via an adhesive resin layer having at least one adhesive resin layer containing a filler. The adhesive resin layer has pores, which are filled with an electrolytic solution to exhibit sufficient ion conductivity thereby to improve battery characteristics and to retain adhesive strength. Conventional batteries are disadvantageous in that a firm outer case must be used to maintain an electrical connection between electrodes, which has been an obstacle to size reduction. Those in which each electrode and a separator are joined with an adhesive resin suffer from ...more ...less
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EP0971430B1
Publication/Patent Number: EP0971430B1
Publication date: 2009-12-16
Application number: 98900399.1
Filing date: 1998-01-19
Abstract: Conventional batteries are disadvantageous in that a firm outer case must be used to maintain an electrical connection between electrodes, which has been an obstacle to size reduction. Those in which each electrode and a separator are joined with an adhesive resin suffer from conflict between adhesive strength and battery characteristics. To solve these problems, it is an object of the invention to provide a battery which requires no outer case so as to realize reduction in thickness and weight and yet exhibits excellence in both battery characteristics and adhesive strength. A positive electrode, a negative electrode, and a separator are joined via an adhesive resin layer having at least one adhesive resin layer containing a filler. The adhesive resin layer has pores, which are filled with an electrolytic solution to exhibit sufficient ion conductivity thereby to improve battery characteristics and to retain adhesive strength. Conventional batteries are disadvantageous in that a firm outer case must be used to maintain an electrical connection between electrodes, which has been an obstacle to size reduction. Those in which each electrode and a separator are joined with an adhesive resin suffer from ...more ...less
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EP0975037A4
Publication/Patent Number: EP0975037A4
Publication date: 2007-09-26
Application number: 98929695
Filing date: 1998-06-25
Abstract: Conventional batteries have the following problem. When the battery temperature rises above a temperature at which the separator melts and flows due to an internal short-circuit
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EP1128451A4
Publication/Patent Number: EP1128451A4
Publication date: 2007-05-02
Application number: 99923988
Filing date: 1999-06-10
Abstract: The battery of the present invention comprises the electrode which contains the pre-determined amount of electronically conductive material at which resistance increases in accordance with temperature rise and conductive agent; the electrode wherein the ratio of the total amount of the electronically conductive material and the conductive agent to the active material is set to a pre-determined value; and the electrode wherein the average particle size of the conductive agent based on the average particle size of the electronically conductive material is in a pre-determined range. The battery of the present invention comprises the electrode which contains the pre-determined amount of electronically conductive material at which resistance increases in accordance with temperature rise and conductive agent; the electrode wherein the ratio of the total amount ...more ...less
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EP1035606A4
Publication/Patent Number: EP1035606A4
Publication date: 2006-06-14
Application number: 98929701
Filing date: 1998-06-25
Abstract: Conventional batteries have a problem that
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EP1100136A4
Publication/Patent Number: EP1100136A4
Publication date: 2006-09-06
Application number: 98929700
Filing date: 1998-06-25
Abstract: A conventional battery has a problem that a large short-circuit current was generated with temperature rise due to internal short-circuit or the like
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EP1184927A4
Publication/Patent Number: EP1184927A4
Publication date: 2006-06-28
Application number: 00902897
Filing date: 2000-02-10
Abstract: A battery having non-aqueous electrolyte is prepared by using an electrode or a separator to which a non-aqueous solvent containing inorganic fine particles is applied
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EP0954043A4
Publication/Patent Number: EP0954043A4
Publication date: 2005-01-19
Application number: 97912503
Filing date: 1997-11-19
Abstract: An adhesive for batteries a solution of which has improved wetting properties