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The University Of York and Sun Pharmaceutical Industries Australia Pty Ltd | Date: 2015-05-15

This disclosure relates to the isolation of a nucleic acid molecule[s] that encode a novel cytochrome P450 and an oxidoreductase from a Papaver somniferum [P. somniferum] cultivar, transgenic cells transformed with said nucleic acid molecule and sequence variants thereof; and including methods for the production of intermediates in the production of morphinans.


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The University Of York | Date: 2017-04-19

A communication network comprising a plurality of base stations arranged to communicate data to and from a plurality of mobile devices, and at least one first base station operable to establish a first wireless communication link with a selected mobile device from the plurality of mobile devices, said first wireless communication link enabling the selected mobile device to simultaneously provide further wireless communication links to two or more mobile devices for communicating data via the first wireless communication link.


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Ustav Organicke Chemie A Biochemie Akademie Ved Cr and The University Of York | Date: 2017-05-03

The present invention relates to an insulin derivative of formula I, consisting of des(B23-B30)octapeptide-insulin (DOI) and a modified octapeptide, which form an amide bond between the carboxyl group of C-terminal ArgB22 in the DOI molecule and the amino group of N-terminal GlyB23 in the molecule of the modified octapeptide comprising a cyclic structure. The des(B23-B30)octapeptide-insulin is human insulin without the C-terminal octapeptide B23-30 and the modified octapeptide imitates the B23-B30 sequence of human insulin. The insulin derivative of formula I is suitable for use as an anti-diabetic agent with a fast onset of action and low risk of cancer propagation.


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The University Of York and Sun Pharmaceutical Industries Australia Pty Ltd | Date: 2017-03-22

This disclosure relates to the isolation of a nucleic acid molecule[s] that encode a novel cytochrome P450 and an oxidoreductase from a Papaver somniferum [P. somniferum] cultivar, transgenic cells transformed with said nucleic acid molecule and sequence variants thereof; and including methods for the production of intermediates in the production of morphinans.


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The University Of York | Date: 2015-01-09

The present disclosure relates to nucleic acids that encode polypeptides with cytochrome P450 activity involved in the biosynthesis of plant derived diterpenoids or diterpenes.


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Japan Science, Technology Agency and The University Of York | Date: 2015-06-17

A spin rotary member includes a substrate, a spin injector made of a ferromagnetic material magnetized in a substrate in-plane direction, and provided on the substrate, a spin rotor made of a ferromagnetic material having a magnetic moment rotatable in the substrate in-plane direction, and provided on the substrate, being separated from the spin injector, a channel part made of a non-magnetic material, arranged between the spin injector and the spin rotor, and bonded with the spin injector and the spin rotor directly or through an insulating layer, and a spin rotation control part configured to control a rotation direction of spin of the channel part.


Patent
The University Of York | Date: 2015-02-12

A crystallisation method for an alloy film such as a Co-based ternary Heusler-alloy is described having the steps of: providing a substrate; depositing a layer of the alloy film to be crystallised onto the substrate using a physical vapour deposition process to a depth of up to a few hundred nm; optionally depositing a capping layer thereon; heating the deposited film at an annealing temperature below 300 C. and for example of around 200 C. to 300 C. to effect crystallisation of the alloy film layer. The method is in particular applied to the in the deposition and annealing in situ of an alloy film in or on a semiconductor device for example as a functional film in or on such a device and in particular to the deposition and annealing in situ of a highly-spin-polarised ferromagnetic thin film on a semiconductor or spintronic device.


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Japan Science, Technology Agency and The University Of York | Date: 2015-06-24

There are provided with a source part made of a ferromagnetic material magnetized in a first direction, a drain part made of a ferromagnetic material magnetized in the first direction, and separated from and arranged in parallel to the source part, a channel part arranged between the source part and the drain part, and bonded with the source part and the drain part directly or through a tunnel layer, and a circularly polarized light irradiation part that irradiates the channel part with circularly polarized light for controlling a direction of spin of the channel part.


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Japan Science, Technology Agency and The University Of York | Date: 2015-09-16

A spin valve element 10 including a spin injector 12 made of a ferromagnetic material, a spin detector 16 made of a ferromagnetic material, and a channel part 14 made of a non-magnetic material. The spin detector 16 is arranged at a position separated from the spin injector 12, the channel part 14 is connected with the spin injector 12 and the spin detector 16 directly or through an insulating layer, and a plurality of spin diffusion portions 30 to 34 with enlarged cross section areas in a direction perpendicular to a spin current is formed in the channel part 14.


Patent
Japan Science, Technology Agency and The University Of York | Date: 2016-09-07

A spin control mechanism incudes a spin portion and a first channel portion. The spin portion has a magnetic moment that can be reversed and rotated. The first channel portion is provided in contact with the spin portion, and is configured from ferromagnetic insulator. Then, the spin control mechanism controls a direction of the magnetic moment of the spin portion using a spin current generated by a temperature gradient provided to the first channel portion.

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