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|Method of producing flexible laminates|
A method of producing a flexible laminate and a flexible laminate produced by the method are provided. The method involves laminating flexible substrates with a urethane adhesive and allowing the urethane adhesive to cure.
|Pattern forming method, method for manufacturing electronic device by using the same, and electronic device|
There is provided a pattern forming method for forming hole patterns in a substrate, comprising pattern forming steps each including, in order, the steps (1) to (6): (1) forming a resist film on the substrate by using a chemical amplification resist composition containing (a) a resin capable of increasing the polarity by the action of an acid to decrease the solubility for an organic solvent-containing developer and (b) a compound capable of generating an acid upon irradiation with an actinic ray or radiation; (2) exposing the resist film to form a first line-and-space latent image; (3) exposing the resist film to form a second line-and-space latent image; (4) developing the resist film by using an organic solvent-containing developer to form a hole pattern group in the resist film; (5) applying an etching treatment to the substrate with the resist film; and (6) removing the resist film.. .
|Radiation cureable heat seal blister-coating compositions|
A heat-sealable coating composition curable by actinic radiation containing a monofunctional (meth)acrylate monomer, a multifunctional (meth)acrylate monomer, vinyl modified diene block copolymer, a diene block copolymer, a vinyl modified diene, and mixtures thereof, and at least one photoinitiator. The heat sealable resin is dissolved or finely dispersed in said monomer mixture.
|Actinically-crosslinkable siloxane-containing copolymers|
The invention provide a class of actinically-crosslinkable silicone-containing prepolymers obtained by functionalizing an intermediary copolymer to have two or more thiol or ethylenically-unsaturated groups covalently attached thereto, wherein the intermediary copolymer is an atom-transfer radical polymerization (atrp) product of a reactive mixture comprising a polysiloxane atrp macroinitiator and at least one hydrophilic vinylic monomer. The present invention is also related to silicone hydrogel contact lenses made from a prepolymer of the invention and methods for making the contact lenses in a cost-effective way and with high consistency and high fidelity to the original lens design..
|Actinic-ray- or radiation sensitive resin composition, actinic-ray- or radiation-sensitive film therefrom and method of forming pattern|
According to one embodiment, an actinic-ray- or radiation-sensitive resin composition includes a compound (p) containing at least one phenolic hydroxyl group and at least one group with a phenolic hydroxyl group whose hydrogen atom is replaced by any of groups of general formula (1) below.. .
|Pattern forming method, actinic ray-sensitive or radiation-sensitive resin composition, resist film, method for manufacturing electronic device, and electronic device|
A pattern forming method comprises (i) a step of forming a film by using an actinic ray-sensitive or radiation-sensitive resin composition containing: (a) a resin containing a repeating unit having a group capable of decomposing by the action of an acid to produce a polar group, (b) a compound capable of generating an acid upon irradiation with an actinic ray or radiation, and (c) a solvent, (ii) a step of exposing the film, and (iii) a step of developing the exposed film by using an organic solvent-containing developer to form a negative pattern, wherein the content of a repeating unit represented by the following formula (i) is less than 20 mol % based on all repeating units in the resin (a) and the resin (a) contains a repeating unit having a non-phenolic aromatic group other than the repeating unit represented by the specific formula.. .
|Particle control near reticle and optics using showerhead|
A method and an apparatus to protect a reticle against particles and chemicals in an actinic euv reticle inspection tool are presented. The method and apparatus utilizes a pair of porous metal diffusers in the form of showerheads to provide a continual flow of clean gas.
|Method of forming patterns|
A method of forming patterns includes (a) coating a substrate with a resist composition for negative development to form a resist film, wherein the resist composition contains a resin capable of increasing the polarity by the action of the acid and becomes more soluble in a positive developer and less soluble in a negative developer upon irradiation with an actinic ray or radiation, (b) forming a protective film on the resist film with a protective film composition after forming the resist film and before exposing the resist film, (c) exposing the resist film via an immersion medium, and (d) performing development with a negative developer.. .
|Photochromic article having at least partially crossed polarized photochromic-dichroic and fixed-polarized layers|
Photochromic-dichroic articles are provided, which include a substrate having a first surface, a fixed-polarized layer over the first surface of the substrate, and a photochromic-dichroic layer over the first surface of the substrate. The fixed-polarized layer optionally includes a fixed-colorant and has a first polarization axis.
|Ink-jet printing method|
The present invention provides a method of inkjet printing comprising the following steps, in order: (i) providing a hybrid inkjet ink comprising an organic solvent, a radiation-curable material, a photoinitiator and optionally a colorant; (ii) printing the ink on to a substrate; (iii) pinning the ink by exposing the ink to actinic radiation at a dose of 1-200 mj/cm2; (iv) evaporating at least a portion of the solvent from the ink; and (v) exposing the ink to additional actinic radiation to cure the ink.. .
|Method of forming patterns|
A method of forming patterns includes (a) coating a substrate with a resist composition for negative development to form a resist film having a receding contact angle of 70 degrees or above with respect to water, wherein the resist composition for negative development contains a resin capable of increasing the polarity by the action of an acid and becomes more soluble in a positive developer and less soluble in a negative developer upon irradiation with an actinic ray or radiation, (b) exposing the resist film via an immersion medium, and (c) performing development with a negative developer.. .
|Method for preparing a relief printing form|
The invention provides a method for preparing a relief printing form from a photosensitive element. The method includes forming an in-situ mask disposed above a photopolymerizable layer of the photosensitive element, exposing the element to actinic radiation through the in-situ mask in an environment having an inert gas and a concentration of oxygen between about 30,000 ppm and about 7500 ppm to form at least a polymerized portion and an unpolymerized portion of the layer, and treating by processing the exposed element with at least one washout solution selected from solvent solution, aqueous solution, semi-aqueous solution, or water..
|Method of improving print performance in flexographic printing plates|
A method of tailoring the shape of a plurality of relief printing dots created in a photosensitive printing blank during a platemaking process is provided. The photocurable layer is exposed to actinic radiation using an array of uv led light assemblies and the use of the array of uv led light assemblies produces relief printing dots having at least one geometric characteristic selected from the group consisting of a desired planarity of a top surface of the relief printing dots, a desired shoulder angle of the relief printing dots and a desired edge sharpness of the relief printing dots..
|Apparatus for formation of an ophthalmic lens precursor and lens|
This invention discloses apparatus for generating an ophthalmic lens with at least a portion of one surface free-formed from a reactive mixture. In some embodiments, an ophthalmic lens is formed on a substrate with an arcuate optical quality surface via a source of actinic radiation controllable to cure a definable portion of a volume of reactive mixture..
|Photosensitive composition. cured article, and method for producing actinically cured article|
The photosensitive composition of the present invention includes: (1) a radical initiator (a); (2) an acid generator (b) and/or a base generator (c); and (3) a polymerizable substance (d), wherein at least one of the radical initiator (a), the acid generator (b) and the base generator (c) are to generate an active species (h) on exposure to active rays, the active species (h) reacting with the radical initiator (a), the acid generator (b) or the base generator (c) to generate another active species (i), the active species (i) initiating polymerization of the polymerizable substance (d), the active species (h) or (i) is an acid or a base, and the photosensitive composition contains substantially no colorants, metal oxide powder, or metallic powder.. .
|Pattern forming method, actinic ray-sensitive or radiation-sensitive resin composition, resist film, manufacturing method of electronic device and electronic device|
A pattern forming method, includes: (i) a step of forming a film from an actinic ray-sensitive or radiation-sensitive resin composition containing (p) a resin having (a1) a repeating unit capable of decomposing by an action of an acid to produce a carboxyl group, represented by the following formula (i) as defined in the specification and (b) a compound capable of generating an acid upon irradiation with an actinic ray or radiation; (ii) a step of exposing the film; and (iii) a step of performing a development by using a developer containing an organic solvent to form a negative pattern.. .
|Curable colored inks for making colored silicone|
The present invention provides an actinically or thermally curable ink for making colored silicone hydrogel contact lenses. The ink of the invention comprises at least one colorant, a solvent and a binder polymer including ethylenically unsaturated groups and segments derived from at least one silicone-containing vinylic monomer or macromer.
|Actinic-ray-or radiation-sensitive resin composition, actinic-ray- or radiation-sensitive resin film therefrom and method of forming pattern using the composition|
Provided is an actinic-ray- or radiation-sensitive resin composition including a resin (p) containing an acid-decomposable repeating unit (a), which resin when acted on by an acid, increases its solubility in an alkali developer, a compound (q) that when exposed to actinic rays or radiation, generates an acid, and a compound (r) expressed by general formula (1) or (2) below.. .
|Resist pattern forming method, resist pattern, crosslinkable negative chemical amplification resist composition for organic solvent development, resist film and resist-coated mask blanks|
A resist pattern forming method contains: in the following order, (1) forming a resist film by using a negative chemical amplification resist composition containing (a) a polymer compound having a repeating unit represented by formula (1) as defined in the specification, (b) a compound capable of generating an acid upon irradiation with an actinic ray or radiation and (c) a crosslinking agent capable of crosslinking the polymer compound (a) by an action of an acid; (2) exposing the resist film, so as to form an exposed resist film; and (4) developing the exposed resist film by using a developer containing an organic solvent.. .
|No-releasing nonoate(nitrogen-bound)sulfonamide-linked-coxib anti-cancer agents|
Wherein r1, x, l, r2, r3, r4, and z are as defined in the detailed description; pharmaceutical compositions comprising at least one compound of formula (i); and methods useful for healing wounds, preventing and treating cancer, or treating actinic keratosis, cystic fibrosis or acne, using a compound of formula (i).. .
|No-releasing guanidine-coxib anti-cancer agents|
Wherein r1, r11, z and l are as defined in the detailed description; pharmaceutical compositions comprising at least one of the compounds of formula (i); and methods useful for healing wounds, preventing and treating cancer, or treating actinic keratosis, cystic fibrosis, acne, or a disease mediated by arginine deficiency using a compound of formula (i).. .
|Pyrazole derivatives as erk inhibitors|
And methods of making and using the compounds. These compounds have utility in the treatment of conditions or diseases in which modification of the activity of erk would have a positive therapeutic outcome, for instance various cancers, psoriasis and actinic keratosis..
|Pattern forming method, actinic ray-sensitive or radiation-sensitive resin composition and resist film|
A pattern forming method contains (i) a step of forming a film by an actinic ray-sensitive or radiation-sensitive resin composition containing (p) a resin having (a) a repeating unit represented by the specific formula, and (b) a compound capable of generating an organic acid upon irradiation with an actinic ray or radiation; (ii) a step of exposing the film, and (iii) a step of developing the film by using an organic solvent-containing developer to form a negative pattern.. .
|Photosensitive resin laminate and thermal processing of the same|
A method of developing a photocurable printing blank to produce a relief pattern comprising a plurality of relief dots. The photocurable printing blank comprises a backing layer having at least one photocurable layer disposed thereon, a barrier layer disposed on the at least one photocurable layer, and a laser ablatable mask layer disposed on top of the barrier layer.
|Actinic ray curable inkjet ink and image recording method using same|
The purpose of the present invention is to provide an actinic ray curable inkjet ink which, in an inkjet printing method, is capable of having both high pinning characteristics and high ejection characteristics. In order to achieve the above purpose, this actinic ray curable inkjet ink includes an actinic ray curable compound, ketone wax, and ester wax, and reversibly goes through a sol-gel phase transition depending on the temperature..
|Norbornene-type formate monomers and polymers and optical wavegudies formed therefrom|
Wherein m, x, r1 and r2 are as defined herein. The films formed from the polymers of this invention exhibit significant changes in refractive index (greater than or equal to 0.5%) after exposure to suitable actinic or thermal energy thereby having superior optical transmission performance, which is of importance for modern optical applications such as wave guiding and optical data storage..
|Positive resist composition for immersion exposure and pattern forming method|
A positive resist composition for immersion exposure includes the following (a) to (d): (a) a resin capable of decomposing by an action of an acid to increase a solubility of the resin in an alkali developer; (b) a compound capable of generating an acid upon irradiation with an actinic ray or radiation; (c) a resin having at least either one of a fluorine atom and a silicon atom; and (d) a mixed solvent containing at least one kind of a solvent selected from the group consisting of solvents represented by any one of the following formulae (s1) to (s3) as defined in the specification, in which a total amount of the at least one kind of the solvent is from 3 to 20 mass % based on all solvents of the mixed solvent (d).. .
The present invention relates apparatus for holding material to be dispensed in a surgical setting, and in particular that: (a) allows for small portions of material to be dispensed efficiently, (b) resists evaporation of volatile agents in the material being dispensed, (c) reduces exposure of the material to light and actinic radiation during intermittent use, and (d) supports autoclaving in order to fulfill sterilization standards in surgical setting.. .
|Liquid platemaking process|
A method of making a relief printing element in a liquid photopolymer platemaking process is described. The method comprises the steps of: (a) selectively exposing the liquid photopolymer to actinic radiation through a negative to crosslink and cure portions of the liquid photopolymer; and (b) reclaiming uncured portions of the liquid photopolymer to be reused in the platemaking process.
|Actinically curable silicone hydrogel copolymers and uses thereof|
The present invention provides inks and methods for making colored silicone hydrogel contact lenses. The ink of the invention comprises an actinically-curable binder copolymer comprising fluorine-containing segments and is characterized by having capability to be cured actinically or thermally to form a colored film on a molding surface of a mold or a silicone hydrogel contact lens and by having an increased durability in a solvated state in a silicone-hydrogel lens formulation in relation to a control colored film obtained from a control ink including an actinically-curable fluorine-free binder copolymer.
|Photoemission monitoring of euv mirror and mask surface contamination in actinic euv systems|
Photoelectron emission mapping systems for use with euv (extreme ultraviolet) mask inspection and lithography systems are described. The mapping systems may be used to provide photoelectron emission maps for euv photolithography masks and/or euv mirrors.
|Porifera-based therapeutic compositions for treating and preventing skin diseases|
Methods and protocols of harvesting and processing of porifera species, specifically sponges, and more specifically fresh water species of genus spongilla; testing and storing of the processed spongilla powder; and manufacturing and packaging of spongilla-based therapeutic compositions for treating and preventing skin diseases are disclosed. Treatable skin conditions and diseases include without limitation acne vulgaris, rosacea, seborrheic dermatitis, psoriasis, photo-aging and actinic keratosis, acne vulgaris, psoriasis, photo-aging, wounds, scars, and eczema (atopic dermatitis)..
|Chemical amplification resist composition, resist film using the composition, resist-coated mask blanks, resist pattern forming method, photomask and polymer compound|
A chemical amplification resist composition contains: (a) a polymer compound having a structure where a hydrogen atom of a phenolic hydroxyl group is replaced by a group having a non-acid-decomposable polycyclic alicyclic hydrocarbon structure; and (b) a compound capable of generating an acid upon irradiation with an actinic ray or radiation.. .
|Liquid platemaking with laser engraving|
A method of making a relief image printing element from a liquid photopolymer composition is described. The method includes the steps of (1) casting a liquid photopolymer layer onto a cover sheet and at least substantially simultaneously placing a hacking sheet onto the liquid photopolymer layer; (2) preliminarily exposing the liquid photopolymer layer to actinic radiation to create at least one island of solid photopolymer in the liquid photopolymer layer where it is desirable to laser engrave a relief image; (3) reclaiming uncured liquid photopolymer from the relief image printing element; (4) processing the at least one island of solid photopolymer to remove uncured liquid photopolymer; (5) exposing the at least one island of solid photopolymer to actinic radiation to fully cure the islands of solid photopolymer; and (6) laser engraving the at least one island of solid photopolymer to produce the relief image therein..
A flexible-to-rigid tube is flexible when routed and is then rigidized to increase burst strength. According to the preferred embodiments of the present invention, the flexible-to-rigid tube is included in a cooling plate assembly for transferring heat from electronic components mounted on a circuit board.
|Use of surfactants having at least three short-chain perfluorinated groups rf for manufacturing integrated circuits having patterns with line-space dimensions below 50 nm|
The use of surfactants a, the 1% by weight aqueous solutions of which exhibit a static surface tension <25 mn/m, the said surfactants a containing at least three short-chain perfluorinated groups rf selected from the group consisting of trifluoromethyl, pentafluoroethyl, 1-heptafluoropropyl, 2-heptafluoropropyl, heptafluoroisopropyl, and pentafluorosulfanyl; for manufacturing integrated circuits comprising patterns having line-space dimensions below 50 nm and aspect ratios >3; and a photolithographic process making use of the surfactants a in immersion photoresist layers, photoresist layers exposed to actinic radiation, developer solutions for the exposed photoresist layers and/or in chemical rinse solutions for developed patterned photoresists comprising patterns having line-space dimensions below 50 nm and aspect ratios >3. By way of the surfactants a, pattern collapse is prevented, line edge roughness is reduced, watermark defects are prevented and removed and defects are reduced by removing particles..
|Method of forming pattern|
Provided is a pattern forming method making it possible to obtain a pattern with less scums and watermark defects. The pattern forming method includes the steps of forming a film from an actinic-ray- or radiation-sensitive resin composition includes a resin (a) that exhibits an increased solubility in an alkali developer when acted on by an acid, a compound (b) that generates an acid when exposed to actinic rays or radiation, and a resin (c) containing at least one of a fluorine atom and a silicon atom, exposing the film to light, and developing the exposed film using a tetramethylammonium hydroxide solution whose concentration is less than 2.38 mass %..
|Actinically curable adhesive composition|
A photocurable adhesive composition is disclosed herein that has high adhesive strength and optical clarity and which in the cured state is reworkable and exhibits low propensities for exhibiting glow mark and pooling effects. The composition contains a chain transfer agent, an urethane (meth)acrylate having a plurality of ethylenically unsaturated groups, a (meth)acrylate monomer and a photoinitiator.
|Indexing optics for an actinic extreme ultra-violet (euv) reticle inspection tool|
A method for reducing damage and contamination to an optical element in an extreme ultra-violet (euv) reticle inspection system, including, presenting an illumination source to a reticle inspection system, and displacing the optical element in the path of the illumination source from a first portion to a second portion, wherein the first portion is damaged and the second portion is not damaged, and the optical element has a plurality of portions.. .
|Smart memory alloys for an extreme ultra-violet (euv) reticle inspection tool|
An apparatus for actinic extreme ultra-violet (euv) reticle inspection including at least one shape memory metal actuator adapted to displace an inspection component in an euv inspection tool. An apparatus for actinic euv reticle inspection including a tilt mechanism including at least one shape memory metal actuator adapted to angularly displace an inspection component in an euv inspection tool.
|Negative pattern forming method and resist pattern|
A negative pattern forming method, includes: (i) forming a film having a film thickness of 200 nm or more from a chemical amplification resist composition containing (a) a resin capable of increasing a polarity of the resin (a) by an action of an acid to decrease a solubility of the resin (a) for a developer containing one or more organic solvents, (b) a compound capable of generating an acid upon irradiation with an actinic ray or radiation, and (c) a solvent; (ii) exposing the film, so as to form an exposed film; and (iii) developing the exposed film with a developer containing one or more organic solvents.. .
|Arrangement of reticle positioning device for actinic inspection of euv reticles|
A reticle positioning apparatus for actinic euv reticle inspection including a sealed inspection chamber containing a reticle stage for holding a reticle. The reticle stage has a.
|Actinic radiation-curing type ink composition, inkjet recording method, decorative sheet, decorative sheet molded product, process for producing in-mold molded article, and in-mold molded article|
Disclosed is an actinic radiation-curing type ink composition comprising (component a) a monofunctional radically polymerizable monomer and (component b) a polyfunctional acrylate oligomer having a glass transition temperature of no greater than 20° c. And having an acrylate equivalent of at least 300 g/eq, component a comprising (component a-1) an n-vinyl compound and (component a-2) an acrylamide derivative, component a having a content of at least 70 mass % of the entire ink composition, and component a-1 having a content of at least 18 mass % of the entire ink composition..
|Printing form precursor having elastomeric cap layer and a method of preparing a printing form from the precursor|
The invention pertains to a printing form precursor, a method of preparing a printing form from the precursor, and a process of preparing the precursor. The printing form precursor includes a photopolymerizable layer, an elastomeric layer having at least an elastomeric binder and particulate, and an actinic radiation opaque material on, adjacent, or disposed above the elastomeric layer opposite the photopolymerizable layer.
|Methods of treating dermatological disorders and inducing interferon biosynthesis with shorter durations of imiquimod therapy|
Pharmaceutical formulations and methods for the topical and/or transdermal delivery of imiquimod, including creams, ointments and pressure-sensitive adhesive compositions to treat dermatological disorders, namely, viral infections, such as type i or type ii herpes simplex infections and genital warts, actinic keratosis and superficial basal cell carcinoma, and to induce interferon biosynthesis, with shorter durations of therapy, than currently approved for imiquimod by the food & drug administration (“fda”).. .
|Method for producing flexographic printing plates using uv-led irradiation|
A method for producing flexographic printing plates, using a photopolymerizable flexographic printing element having, arranged one atop another, a dimensionally stable support, a photopolymerizable, relief-forming layer, an elastomeric binder, an ethylenically unsaturated compound, and a photoinitiator, and optionally a rough, uv-transparent layer, a particulate substance, and digitally imagable layer. The method includes: (a) producing a mask by imaging the digitally imagable layer, (b) exposing the photopolymerizable, relief-forming layer through the mask with actinic light, and photopolymerizing the image regions of the layer, and (c) developing the photpolymerized layer by washing out the unphotopolymerized regions of the relief-forming layer with an organic solvent, or by thermal development.
|Actinic radiation-curing type ink set, inkjet recording method, and printed material|
Disclosed is an actinic radiation-curing type ink set comprising a colored ink composition and a clear ink composition (c1), the colored ink composition comprising (component a1) a radically polymerizable compound, (component b1) a polymerization initiator, and (component d) a colorant, and the clear ink composition (c1) comprising (component a2) a radically polymerizable compound, (component b2) a polymerization initiator, and (component s) an organic solvent.. .
|Clean flexographic printing plate and method of making the same|
A clean running flexographic relief image printing element and a method of making the same is described. The relief image printing element comprises (a) a backing layer; (b) a floor layer disposed on the backing layer and comprising a photopolymer containing a silicone monomer or silicone oil, wherein the cured floor layer has a surface energy of between about 18 to about 25 dynes/cm; (c) a cap layer disposed on the floor layer and comprising a photocurable composition that is capable of being imagewise exposed to actinic radiation to create a relief image therein, wherein the cap layer has a surface energy of between about 30 and about 40 dynes/cm; and (d) a removable cover sheet.
|Molecules for the photodynamic treatment of tumors and hyperplasias|
This invention relates to pharmaceutical compositions comprising a sulfonated biological precursor of thymidine, such as a precursor of 4-thiothymidine (4-tt), and their use in the photodynamic treatment of skin hyperplasias, including cancer, psoriasis, actinic keratosis and keloids, by topical or systemic administration.. .
|Method of metal deposition|
A method of forming a metal layer on an electrically insulating substrate comprises depositing a photocatalyst layer onto the substrate and depositing a mask layer comprising voids on the substrate, such as a layer of latex microparticles with voids between them, to give an open pore structure to the mask. An electroless plating solution is then provided on the photocatalyst layer, and the photocatalyst layer and electroless plating solution are illuminated with actinic radiation whereby deposition of metal from the electroless plating solution to form a metal layer on the photocatalyst layer is initiated whereby the metal deposits in the voids of the mask layer.
|Method for preparing a relief printing form|
The invention provides a method for preparing a relief printing form from a photosensitive element. The method includes forming an in-situ mask disposed above a photopolymerizable layer of the photosensitive element, exposing the element to actinic radiation through the in-situ mask in an environment having an inert gas and a concentration of oxygen between about 50,000 ppm and about 2000 ppm to form at least a polymerized portion and an unpolymerized portion of the layer, and treating by heating the exposed element to a temperature sufficient to cause the unpolymerized portion to melt, soften, or flow..
|Flat panel detector incorporating silk layer(s)|
One or more techniques and/or systems described herein implement, among other things, a flat panel detector component for detecting actinic and non-actinic radiation, or the formation thereof. The flat panel detector component comprises a plurality of layers, where at least one of the layers comprises silk.
|2 x 2 x 2 week dosing regimen for treating actinic keratosis with pharmaceutical compositions formulated with 3.75 % imiquimod|
Pharmaceutical formulations and methods for the topical or transdermal delivery of 1-isobutyl-1h-imidazo[4,5-c]-quinolin-4-amine or 1-(2-methylpropyl)-1h-imidazo[4,5-c]quinolin-4-amine, i.e., imiquimod, to treat actinic keratosis with short durations of therapy, than currently prescribed for the commercially available aldara® 5% imiquimod cream, as now approved by the u.s. Food & drug administration (“fda”), are disclosed and described.
|Composition for the treatment of superficial lesions|
The invention relates to a composition for the treatment of superficial lesions, in particular skin lesions, mucous membrane lesions and/or nail lesions, an applicator comprising such a composition and the use of such a composition. The composition comprises an effective amount of trichloroacetic acid, at least one thickener, and at a physiologically acceptable solvent.
|Integrated membrane lamination and uv exposure system and method of using the same|
A combined laminating and exposing apparatus for exposing a photosensitive printing blank to actinic radiation in a printing plate manufacturing system and a method of using the same are disclosed. The photosensitive printing blank comprises a backing layer, at least one photocurable layer disposed on the backing layer, and a laser ablatable mask layer disposed on the at least one photocurable layer, wherein the laser ablatable mask layer is laser ablated to create an in situ negative in the laser ablatable mask layer.
|Veterinary antiprolactinic composition for ruminants|
This present invention relates to an antiprolactinic veterinary composition to be administered to ruminants. Said composition comprises at least one antiprolactinic compound which is an agonist of dopamine receptors, and is particularly useful for reducing udder engorgement and/or the reduction of pain after drying off and/or of increasing welfare, and/or of reducing milk leakage in ruminants as well as for preventing new mammary microbial infections, secondary infection, or co-infections in ruminants and mastitis..
|Pattern forming method, chemical amplification resist composition and resist film|
Provided is a negative type pattern forming method that satisfies high sensitivity, high resolution, good roughness and good dry etching resistance at the same time, and further, has a good development time dependency, the method including (i) forming a film by a chemical amplification resist composition containing (a) a fullerene derivative having an acid-decomposable group, (b) a compound generating an acid upon irradiation with an actinic ray or radiation, and (c) a solvent, (ii) exposing the film, and (iii) developing the exposed film by using an organic solvent-containing developer.. .
|Use of 2,5-dihydroxybenzene derivatives for treating actinic keratosis|
The present invention relates to the use of a 2,5-dihydroxybenzene derivative represented by formula (i) or a pharmaceutically acceptable salt, solvate, isomer, or prodrug thereof for the therapeutic and/or prophylactic treatment of, inter alia, actinic keratosis.. .
|Compositions for the treatment of actinic keratosis|
Ibuprofen can be used in the prevention and treatment of actinic keratosis.. .
|Combination therapy with low dosage strength imiquimod and photodynamic therapy to treat actinic keratosis|
This disclosure is directed to the use of complementary or combination photodynamic therapy and topical therapy with a lower dosage strength imiquimod formulation for treating actinic keratosis.. .
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