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Portuguese to English: PT Telecom
General field: Law/Patents
Detailed field: Telecom(munications)
Source text - Portuguese
1. INTRODUÇÃO E ENQUADRAMENTO
1. Por deliberação de 14.01.2010, o Conselho de Administração do ICP-ANACOM aprovou o sentido provável de deliberação relativo ao detalhe de implementação da obrigação de controlo de preços nos mercados grossistas de terminação de chamadas vocais em redes móveis individuais (doravante “SPD - Controlo de Preços” ou só “SPD”), tendo na mesma data aprovado o sentido provável de deliberação relativo à definição dos mercados do produto e mercados geográficos, avaliações de PMS e imposição, manutenção, alteração ou supressão de obrigações regulamentares nos mercados grossistas de terminação de chamadas vocais em redes móveis individuais (doravante “SPD - Análise de Mercado”).

2. Nos termos do disposto no artigo 8.º da Lei n.º 5/2004, de 10 de Fevereiro (doravante “Lei das Comunicações Electrónicas” ou “LCE”) e nos artigos 100.º e 101.º do Código do Procedimento Administrativo (CPA), o SPD - Controlo de Preços e o SPD - Análise de Mercado foram submetidos ao procedimento geral de consulta e a audiência prévia dos interessados (doravante a “Consulta Pública”), tendo o prazo para os interessados se pronunciarem, inicialmente fixado em 20 dias úteis, sido prorrogado, por mais 10 dias úteis, terminando, assim, em 03.03.2010
Translation - English
1. INTRODUCTION AND BACKGROUND
1. By deliberation of 14.01.2010, the Board of Directors of ICP-ANACOM has approved a draft decision on the implementation details of the obligation to control prices in the wholesale markets for end-calls on individual mobile networks (hereinafter "SPD - Control Price "or just" SPD ") and on the same date has approved the draft decision on the definition of product and geographic markets, SMP assessment and imposition, maintenance or withdrawal of regulatory obligations in the wholesale markets for voice end calls on individual mobile networks (hereinafter "SPD - Market Analysis").

2. Pursuant to Article 8. of Law No. 5 / 2004 of 10 February (hereinafter "Law of Electronic Communications" or "ECL") and Articles 100 and 101 of the Code of Administrative Procedure (ACP), the SPD - Price Control and the SPD - Market analysis were submitted to the general consultation process and the hearing of the interested parties (hereinafter the "Public Consultation"), the deadline for interested parties to comment, initially set at 20 days, was extended for another 10 days, thus ending on 03/03/2010.
English to Portuguese: Terminology
General field: Medical
Detailed field: Medical: Health Care
Source text - English
a progestogen-only implantable contraceptive
a range of foods for patients with amino acid metabolic disorders
a range of peritoneal dialysis solutions
a range of solutions for peritoneal dialysis
a wetting and soaking solution for gas permeable contact lenses
abdominal colic
abdominal cramps
abdominal cramps associated with flatulence
abdominal discomfort
abdominal distension
abdominal inflammation
abdominal pain
abdominal retention
abetalipoproteinaemia
abnormal gastrointestinal flora
abnormal glucose tolerance
abnormal mucous secretions
abnormal sexual behaviour in males
abnormal uterine bleeding
abortion induction
abrasions
abrasive skin cleanser
abrasive skin wash
abscess
abscesses
absence seizures
absorbable film for surgical procedures
absorbable haemostatic
absorbable haemostatic for dental use
acaricide
accommodation disorders
ace inhibitor
acetonaemia
aching feet
achlorhydria
acid aspiration
acid aspiration syndrome
acid-base regulation
acidification of urine
acidosis
acne
acne and hirsutism
acne and hirsutism in females
acne and hirsutism in women
acne in females
acne in women
acne rosacea
acne vulgaris
acrocyanosis
Translation - Portuguese
contraceptivo implantável apenas- um progestogénio
uma gama de de alimentos para doentes com problemas metabólicos de amino ácidos
uma gama de soluções de diálise peritoneal
uma gama de soluções para diálise peritoneal
uma solução para molher e embeber lentes de contacto permeáveis a gás
cólica abdominal
cólicas abdominais
cólicas abdominais associadasà flatulência
desconforto abdominal
distensão abdominal
inflamação abdominal
dôr abdominal
retenção abdominal
abetalipoproteinemia
flora gastro-intestinal anormal
tolerância anormal à glucose
secreções anormais de mucus
comportamento sexual anormal em machos
sangramento uterino anormal
indução para aborto
abrasões
limpeza de pele abrasiva
limpeza abrasiva da pele
absesso
absessos
cortes em absessos
película adsorvente para procedimentos cirurgicos
hemostáticos absorvíveis
hemostáticos absorvíveis para uso odontológico
acaricida
perturbações de alojamento
inibidor de ace
acetonemia
pós doloridos
acloridia
aspiração ácida
sindroma de aspiração ácida
regulação ácido-base
acidificação da urina
acidose
acne
acne e hirsutismo
acne e hirsutismo no sexo feminino
acne e hirsutismo em mulheres
acne em fêmeas
acne em mulheres
acne rósea
acne vulgaris
acrocianose
English to Portuguese: Otto Engines
General field: Tech/Engineering
Detailed field: Automotive / Cars & Trucks
Source text - English
DL AM12 : Electronic fuel injection
(Switches, LEDs, Terminals, LED bars, Displays)
The Simulator DL AM12 is characterized by the presence of the following devices:
Input devices
Description
Switch S16 Vehicle ignition switch. Provided with the positions Stop, Run e Start.
5 and 4 position switches: S13, S6
They allow to simulate different values of the engine temperature (S13) and of the sucked air (S6); in particular:
• S 13: -20, 0, 20, 50, >= 80 °C for the engine temperature;
• S 6 : -20, 0, 40 °C for the temperature of the sucked air.
Switch S15 They allow to simulate the different states of the battery charge: Low Voltage and High Voltage.
Potentiometer P9 It allows to simulate the position of the Throttle valve, and, therefore, the number of engine rpm, when the engine is running.
LEDs Description
L2 It shows the operation state of the electric fuel pump 2
L7a It shows that the electronic control unit 7 is electrically supplied
L7b It shows that the "starting phase" is active
L7c It shows that the "post-starting phase" and the "heating phase" are active
L7d It shows that the "acceleration-deceleration phases" are active
L7e It shows that the "cut-off phase" is active
L7f It shows that the "Lambda = 1 control phase" is active
L5g It shows the presence of faults
L9a It shows that the throttle valve is fully open (full load)
L9b It shows that the throttle valve is fully closed (idle)
L10 It shows the activation of the re-generation valve 10
L12 It shows that the Lambda probe 12 is in temperature
L12a It shows that the Lambda probe 12 has detected rich mixture
L12b It shows that the Lambda probe 12 has detected poor mixture
L17a It shows the presence of line voltage with ignition switch S16 in position Run or Start
L17b It shows the activation of the ignition relay 17
TERMINALS Description
B2 Supply voltage to the electric fuel pump 2 - 12 V
B6 Voltage signal proportional to the temperature of the sucked air 6 (air temperature sensor) - 0/5 V
B9 Voltage signal proportional to the opening of the throttle valve 9 (throttle valve potentiometer) - 0/5V
B10 Supply voltage to the re-generation valve 10 (canister purge valve) - 12 V
B12a Supply voltage to the internal heating resistance of the Lambda probe 12 - 12 V
B12b Voltage signal output from the Lambda probe 12 (from 0,2 to 0,8 V)
B13 Voltage signal proportional to the engine temperature 13 (engine coolant temp. sensor) - 0/5V
B14 Voltage signal provided by the Hall sensor of the ignition distributor 14 (ignition distributor) - 0/5 V
B17a Supply voltage to the ignition relay 17 (ignition switch relay) - 12 V
B17b Supply voltage to the integrated ignition/injection system - 12 V
B17c Supply voltage to the electric fuel pump 2 - 12 V
B18a Supply voltage to the primary winding of the ignition coil 18 (ignition coil) - 12 V
B18b Final power stage of the primary winding of the ignition coil 18 (ignition coil) - 12 V
B15 Electric mass of the battery.
LED Bars Description
G5 It shows the value of the injection time (from 1 to 5 ms)
G6 It shows the value of the quantity of sucked air (from 0 to 360 m³/h)
DISPLAYS Description
D14 It shows the value of the engine rotating velocity (rpm)
G14 It shows the value of the advance angle (from 0 to 50°)

Translation - Portuguese
DL AM12 : Injecção electrónica de combustível (Interruptores, LED, Terminais, barras LED, Mostradores)
O Simulador DL AM12 é caracterizado pela presença dos seguintes dispositivos:
Dispositivos Entrada
Descrição
Interruptor S16 Interruptor de ignição do veículo. Fornecido com as posições de Paragem, Executar e Arranque.
Posições 5 e 4 interruptores: S13, S6
Permitem simular diferentes valores da temperatura do motor (S13) e do ar aspirado (S6); em particular:
• S 13: -20, 0, 20, 50, >= 80 °C para a temperatura do motor;
• S 6 : -20, 0, 40 °C para a temperatura do ar aspirado.
Interruptor S15 Permite simular os diferentes estados de carga da bateria: de Baixa Tensão e Alta Tensão.
Potenciómetro P9 Permite simular a posição da válvula do acelerador, e, portanto, o número de rpm do motor quando o motor está a trabalhar.
LED Descrição
L2 Indica o estado de funcionamento da bomba de combustível eléctrica 2
L7a Indica que a unidade de controlo electrónico 7 está a ser electricamente fornecida
L7b Indica que a "fase de arranque" está activa
L7c Indica que a " fase de pós-arranque" e a "fase de aquecimento" estão activas
L7d Indica que as "fases aceleração-desaceleração" estão activas
L7e Indica que a "fase cut-off" fase está activa
L7f Indica que a "fase de controlo Lambda = 1" está activa
L5g Indica a presença de falhas
L9a Indica que a válvula do acelerador está totalmente aberta (carga plena)
L9b Indica que a válvula do acelerador está totalmente fechada (descanso)
L10 Indica a activação da válvula de regeneração 10
L12 Indica que a sonda Lambda 12 está na posição temperatura
L12a Indica que a sonda Lambda 12 detectou uma mistura rica
L12b Indica que a sonda Lambda 12 detectou uma mistura pobre
L17a Indica a presença de tensão em linha, com o interruptor de ignição S16 na posição Executar ou Arranque
L17b Indica a activação do relé de ignição 17
TERMINAIS Descrição
B2 Voltagem de alimentação da bomba de combustível eléctrica 2 - 12 V
B6 Sinal de tensão que é proporcional à temperatura do ar aspirado 6 (sensor de temperatura do ar) - 0/5 V
B9 Sinal de tensão que é proporcional à abertura da válvula do acelerador 9 (potenciómetro da válvula do acelerador) - 0/5V
B10 Tensão de alimentação da válvula de regeneração 10 (válvula da purga metálica) - 12 V
B12a Tensão de alimentação da resistência de aquecimento interno da sonda Lambda 12 - 12 V
B12b Tensão de saída do sinal da sonda Lambda 12 (de 0,2 até 0,8 V)
B13 Sinal de tensão que é proporcional à temperatura do motor 13 (sensor da temperatura de arrefecimento do motor) - 0/5V
B14 Tensão do sinal fornecido pelo sensor Hall do distribuidor de ignição 14 (distribuidor de ignição) - 0/5 V
B17a Tensão de alimentação para o relé de ignição 17 (relé da chave de ignição) - 12 V
B17b Tensão fornecida para o sistema de injecção/ injecção integrada - 12 V
B17c Tensão fornecida para a bomba electrónica de combustível 2 - 12 V
B18a Tensão de alimentação ao enrolamento primário da bobina de ignição 18 (bobina de ignição) - 12 V
B18b Etapa final de potência do enrolamento primário da bobina de ignição 18 (bobina de ignição) - 12 V
B15 Massa eléctrica da bateria.
Barras LED Descrição
G5 Indica o valor do tempo de injecção (de 1 até 5 ms)
G6 Indica o valor da quantidade de ar aspirado (de 0 até 360 m³/ h)
MOSTRADORES Descrição
D14 Indica o valor da velocidade de rotação do motor (rpm)
G14 Indica o valor do ângulo de avanço (de 0 até 50°)
English to Portuguese: METHODS OF PRODUCING IMMUNOGLOBULINS
General field: Law/Patents
Detailed field: Biology (-tech,-chem,micro-)
Source text - English
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HEALTHCARE - PHARMACEUTICAL
METHODS OF PRODUCING IMMUNOGLOBULINS
This patent relates to methods for producing an immunoglobulin, and to the vectors used to produce immunoglobulins or fragments, and to cells transformed with the vectors.
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Basis for Selection:
The USPTO issued a Certificate of Reexamination for this patent in May 2009.
During the reexamination proceeding claims 21, 27 and 32 were amended.
{3}Patent Number:
6,331,415 {4}|
{5} Latest Date for Prior Art:
April 07, 1982{6}
{7}Filing Date of Patent:
June 10, 1988 {8}
|{9} Owner(s):
City of Hope National Medical Center, Genentech, Inc.{10}
Interested Parties:
Description:
This Study is a request for prior art, preferably non-patent literature, that provides a path to invalidity for the Study patent that is not already known.
The Reward is payable to an Advisor if the Study results in prior art that provides a path to invalidity that is not already known.
The patent is a continuation of an earlier patent application filed on April 8, 1982 that issued as US Patent No.
4,816,567.
As a result, the study patent has a Latest Date for Prior Art of April 7, 1982.
The 415 Patent has been the subject of 2 Requests for Reexamination.
These 2 proceedings were merged, and the USPTO issued a Certificate of Reexamination for the 415 Patent on May 19, 2009.
The Certificate states that the patentability of claims 1-20 and 33-36 is confirmed, claims 21, 27 and 32 are determined to be patentable as amended, and claims 22-26 and 28-31 dependent on an amended claim are determined to be patentable.
In the Notice of Intent to Issue a Reexamination Certificate, the Examiner stated that the invention is drawn to " transforming a single host cell with a first DNA sequence encoding immunoglobulin heavy chain and a second DNA sequence encoding immunoglobulin light chain and independently expressing the first DNA sequence and second DNA sequence so that said immunoglobulin heavy chain and light chain are produced as separate molecules in said transformed single host cell."
At page 3.
The Examiner also noted that the art of record does not "recite a single host cell transformed with DNA sequences encoding both immunoglobulin heavy chain and immunoglobulin light chain independently as required in the present Cabilly II [the '415 Patent] claims."
Id, at page 4.
The confirmed claims and amended claims are provided in the Requirements to Match field below.
A list of known prior art and copies of excerpts from the Reexamination filewrappers are available as downloads.
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Claims
{18}Matter enclosed in heavy brackets {19}[ ]{20} appeared in the patent but has been deleted and is no longer a part of the patent;
matter printed in italics indicates additions made to the patent.
{21}(See claims 21, 27 and 32.)
What is claimed is:
1.
A process for producing an immunoglobulin molecule or an immunologically functional immunoglobulin fragment comprising at least the variable domains of the immunoglobulin heavy and light chains, in a single host cell, comprising the steps of:
(i) transforming said single host cell with a first DNA sequence encoding at least the variable domain of the immunoglobulin heavy chain and a second DNA sequence encoding at least the variable domain of the immunoglobulin light chain, and
(ii) independently expressing said first DNA sequence and said second DNA sequence so that said immunoglobulin heavy and light chains are produced as separate molecules in said transformed single host cell.
2.
The process according to claim 1 wherein said first and second DNA sequences are present in different vectors.
3.
The process according to claim 1 wherein said first and second DNA sequences are present in a single vector.
4.
A process according to claim 3 wherein the vector is a plasmid.
5.
The process according to claim 4 wherein the plasmid is pBR322.
6.
The process according to claim 1 wherein the host cell is a bacterium or yeast.
7.
The process according to claim 6 wherein the host cell is E. coli or S. cerevisiae.
8.
A process according to claim 7 wherein the host cell is E. coli strain X1776 (ATCC No. 31537).
9.
A process according to claim 1 wherein the immunoglobulin heavy and light chains are expressed in the host cell and secreted therefrom as an immunologically functional immunoglobulin molecule or immunoglobulin fragment.
10.
A process according to claim 1 wherein the immunoglobulin heavy and light chains are produced in insoluble form and are solubilized and allowed to refold in solution to form an immunologically functional immunoglobulin molecule or immunoglobulin fragment.
11.
A process according to claim 1 wherein the DNA sequences code for the complete immunoglobulin heavy and light chains.
12.
The process according to claim 1 wherein said first or said second DNA sequence further encodes at least one constant domain, wherein the constant domain is derived from the same source as the variable domain to which it is attached.
13.
The process according to claim 1 wherein said first or said second DNA sequence further encodes at least one constant domain, wherein the constant domain is derived from a species or class different from that from which the variable domain to which it is attached is derived.
14.
The process according to claim 1 wherein said first and second DNA sequences are derived from one or more monoclonal antibody producing hybridomas.
15.
A vector comprising a first DNA sequence encoding at least a variable domain of an immunoglobulin heavy chain and a second DNA sequence encoding at least a variable domain of an immunoglobulin light chain wherein said first DNA sequence and said second DNA sequence are located in said vector at different insertion sites.
16.
A vector according to claim 15 which is a plasmid.
17.
A host cell transformed with a vector according to claim 15.
18.
A transformed host cell comprising at least two vectors, at least one of said vectors comprising a DNA sequence encoding at least a variable domain of an immunoglobulin heavy chain and at least another one of said vectors comprising a DNA sequence encoding at least the variable domain of an immunoglobulin light chain.
19.
The process of claim 1 wherein the host cell is a mammalian cell.
20.
The transformed host cell of claim 18 wherein the host cell is a mammalian cell.
21.
A method comprising
a) preparing a {22}first {23}DNA sequence {24}[{25}consisting essentially of DNA{26}]{27} encoding an immunoglobulin {28}[{29}consisting of an immunoglobulin{30}]{31} heavy chain and {32}a second DNA sequence encoding an immunoglobulin {33}light chain {34}[{35}or Fab region, said immunoglobulin having specificity for a particular known antigen{36}]{37};
b) inserting the DNA {38}[{39}sequence{40}]{41} {42}sequences{43} of step a) into a replicable expression vector {44}wherein each sequence is{45} operably linked to a suitable promoter;
c) transforming a prokaryotic or eukaryotic microbial host cell culture with the vector of step b);
d) culturing the host cell {46}so that said immunoglobulin heavy and light chains are produced as separate molecules in said transformed host cell{47};
and
e) recovering the immunoglobulin from the host cell culture, said immunoglobulin being capable of binding to a known antigen.
22.
The method of claim 21 wherein the heavy and light chain are the heavy and light chains of anti-CEA antibody.
23.
The method of claim 21 wherein the heavy chain is of the gamma family.
24.
The method of claim 21 wherein the light chain is of the kappa family.
25.
The method of claim 21 wherein the vector contains DNA encoding both a heavy chain and a light chain.
26.
The method of claim 21 wherein the host cell is E. coli or yeast.
27.
The method of claim 26 wherein the heavy chain and light {48}[{49}chains or Fab region{50}] {51}chain{52} are deposited within the cells as insoluble particles.
28.
The method of claim 27 wherein the heavy and light chains are recovered from the particles by cell lysis followed by solubilization in denaturant.
29.
The method of claim 21 wherein the heavy and light chains are secreted into the medium.
30.
The method of claim 21 wherein the host cell is a gram negative bacterium and the heavy and light chains are secreted into the periplasmic space of the host cell bacterium.
31.
The method of claim 21 further comprising recovering both heavy and light chain and reconstituting light chain and heavy chain to form an immunoglobulin having specific affinity for a particular known antigen.
32.
The insoluble particles of heavy chain and light chains {53}[{54}or Fab region{55}]{56} produced by the method of claim 27.
33.
A process for producing an immunoglobulin molecule or an immunologically functional immunoglobulin fragment comprising at least the variable domains of the immunoglobulin heavy and light chains, in a single host cell, comprising:
independently expressing a first DNA sequence encoding at least the variable domain of the immunoglobulin heavy chain and a second DNA sequence encoding at least the variable domain of the immunoglobulin light chain so that said immunoglobulin heavy and light chains are produced as separate molecules in said single host cell transformed with said first and second DNA sequences.
34.
The process of claim 9, further comprising the step of attaching the immunoglobulin molecule or immunoglobulin fragment to a label or drug.
35.
The process of claim 10, further comprising the step of attaching the immunoglobulin molecule or immunoglobulin fragment to a label or drug.
36.
The process of claim 33, further comprising the step of attaching the immunoglobulin molecule or immunoglobulin fragment to a label or drug.
Translation - Portuguese
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CUIDADOS DE SAÚDE – FARMACÊUTICOS
MÉTODOS DE PRODUÇÃO DE IMUNOGLOBULINAS
Esta patente refere-se aos métodos para produzir uma imunoglobulina, e aos vectores utilizados para produzir imunoglobulinas ou fragmentos, e de células transformadas com os vectores.
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Base para a Selecção:
O USPTO emitiu em Maio de 2009 um Certificado para Re-exame desta patente.
Durante o processo de re-exame, as invocações 21, 27 e 32 foram alteradas.
{3}Número da Patente:
6.331.415 {4}|
{5} Data Mais Recente para o Estado da Arte:
7 de Abril, 1982{6}
{7}Data do Registo da Patente:
10 de Junho, 1988 {8}
|{9} Proprietário (s):
Cidade do Centro Nacional de Esperança Médica, Genentech, Inc.{10}
Partes Interessadas:
Descrição:
Este estudo é um pedido para o estado da arte, de preferência, literatura de não patentes que não seja já conhecida, e que indique um caminho para a nulidade da patente do Estudo.
A recompensa é paga a um Conselheiro, se os resultados do Estudo sobre o estado da arte venham a indicar um caminho para a invalidez que não seja já conhecido.
A patente é uma continuação de um anterior pedido de patente completado em 8 de Abril de 1982, e emitida como Patente US Nº.
4.816.567.
Em resultado, a patente do estudo tem uma Data Limite para o Estado da Arte, 7 de Abril de 1982.
A Patente 415 foi alvo de 2 Pedidos para Re-exame.
Estes 2 processos foram fundidos, e, em 19 de Maio de 2009, o USPTO emitiu um Certificado de Re-exame para a Patente 415.
O certificado atesta que a patenteabilidade das invocações 1-20 e 33-36 está confirmada, as invocações 21, 27 e 32 são patenteáveis de acordo com as alterações feitas, e as invocações 22-26 e 28-31, estando dependentes da alteração de uma invocação, foram decididas ser patenteáveis.
No Anúncio de Intenção para a emissão de um Certificado de Re-exame, o Examinador declarou que a invenção é concebida para "transformar uma única célula hospedeira com uma primeira sequência de DNA que codifica a cadeia pesada da imunoglobulina, e uma segunda sequência de DNA que codifica a cadeia leve da imunoglobulina, e expressando independentemente a primeira e a segunda sequências de DNA, sendo o resultado que a cadeia pesada e cadeia leve da imunoglobulina são produzidas como moléculas distintas na dita célula simples hospedeira transformada ".
Na página 3.
O examinador também observou que o registo "não recita uma única célula hospedeira transformada com as sequências de DNA que codificam independentemente a imunoglobulina de cadeia pesada e a imunoglobulina de cadeia leve, conforme é requerido na presente invocação Cabilly II [a patente 415]".
Idem, na página 4.
As invocações confirmadas e as invocações alteradas são fornecidas nos Requisitos para Corresponder ao campo em baixo.
Estão disponíveis para download uma lista do estado da arte conhecida bem como cópias de excertos dos arquivos de Re-exame.
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Invocações
{18} texto incluído entre parênteses pesado {19}[ ]{20} apareceu na patente, mas foi eliminado, e já não é uma parte da patente;
O texto impresso em itálico indica acréscimos feitos à patente.
{21}(Ver invocações 21, 27 e 32.)
O que é reivindicado é:
1.
Um processo para produzir uma molécula de imunoglobulina ou um fragmento de imunoglobulina, imunológicamente funcional, que consiste em pelo menos, domínios variáveis das cadeias pesada e leve da imunoglobulina, numa célula simples do hospedeiro, e que inclui as etapas de:
i) transformar a dita célula simples hospedeira com uma primeira sequência de DNA que codifica, pelo menos, o domínio variável da cadeia pesada da imunoglobulina, e com uma segunda sequência de DNA que codifica, pelo menos, o domínio variável da cadeia leve da imunoglobulina, e
(ii) expressar de forma independente, a dita primeira sequência de DNA e a dita segunda sequência de DNA para que as ditas cadeias leves e pesadas da imunoglobulina sejam produzidas como moléculas distintas na dita célula simples hospedeira transformada.
2.
O processo de acordo com a invocação 1 onde foi dito que a primeira e segunda sequências de DNA estão presentes em vectores diferentes.
3.
O processo de acordo com a invocação 1 onde foi dito que a primeira e segunda sequências de DNA estão presentes num único vector.
4.
Um processo de acordo com a invocação 3 em que o vector é um plasmídeo.
5.
O processo de acordo com a invocação 4 em que o plasmídeo é o pBR322.
6.
O processo de acordo com a invocação 1 em que a célula hospedeira é uma bactéria ou levedura.
7.
O processo de acordo com a invocação 6 em que a célula hospedeira é E. coli ou S. cerevisiae.
8.
Um processo de acordo com a invocação 7 em que a célula hospedeira é E. coli, estirpe X1776 (ATCC Nº 31537).
9.
Um processo de acordo com a invocação 1 em que as cadeias leves e pesadas da imunoglobulina estão expressas na célula hospedeira, e de lá segregadas na forma de uma molécula de imunoglobulina imunologicamente funcional, ou na forma de um fragmento de imunoglobulina.
10.
Um processo de acordo com a invocação 1, em que as cadeias leves e pesadas da imunoglobulina são produzidas na forma insolúvel e são dissolvidas e deixadas a redobrar em solução, para formar uma molécula de imunoglobulina imunológicamente funcional, ou um fragmento de imunoglobulina.
11.
Um processo de acordo com a invocação 1 em que o DNA codifica sequências para as cadeias completas leves e pesadas da imunoglobulina.
12.
O processo de acordo com a invocação 1 em que a dita primeira ou dita segunda sequência de DNA codifica ainda pelo menos um domínio constante, em que o domínio constante é derivado da mesma fonte do domínio variável, ao qual está ligado.
13.
O processo de acordo com a invocação 1, em que a dita primeira ou segunda sequência de DNA codifica ainda pelo menos um domínio constante, em que esse domínio constante é derivado de uma espécie ou de uma classe diferente da resultante, na qual o domínio variável está ligado.
14.
O processo de acordo com a invocação 1 em que a dita primeira e segunda sequências de DNA são derivadas de um ou mais hibridomas que produzem anticorpos monoclonais.
15.
Um vector composto por uma primeira sequência de DNA que codifica, pelo menos, um domínio variável de uma cadeia pesada da imunoglobulina, e uma segunda sequência de DNA que codifica pelo menos um domínio variável de uma cadeia leve de imunoglobulina, em que a dita primeira sequência de DNA e a dita segunda sequência de DNA estão localizadas em diferentes locais de inserção no referido vector.
16.
Um vector de acordo com a invocação 15, que é um plasmídeo.
17.
A célula hospedeira transformada com um vector, de acordo com a invocação 15.
18.
Uma célula hospedeira transformada que consiste em dois vectores pelo menos, em que pelo menos um dos ditos vectores compreende uma sequência de DNA que codifica pelo menos um domínio variável de uma cadeia pesada da imunoglobulina, e pelo menos mais um dos ditos vectores que consiste numa sequência de DNA que codifica, pelo menos, o domínio variável de uma cadeia leve de imunoglobulina.
19.
O processo da invocação 1 em que a célula hospedeira é uma célula de mamífero.
20.
A célula hospedeira transformada, invocação 18, em que a célula hospedeira é uma célula de mamífero.
21.
Um método que consiste em
a) preparar uma {22} primeira{23}sequência de DNA {24}[{25} consistindo essencialmente de DNA{26}]{27} que codifica uma imunoglobulina {28}[{29} que consiste numa imunoglobulina {30}]{31} de cadeia pesada e {32}uma segunda sequência de DNA que codifica uma imunoglobulina {33}de cadeia leve {34}[{35}ou região Fab, da dita imunoglobulina com especificidade para um antigénio conhecido {36}]{37};
b) inserir a sequência {38}[{39}DNA{40}]{41} {42}sequências{43} da etapa a) num vector de expressão replicável {44}onde cada sequência está{45} funcionalmente ligada a um promotor adequado;
c) transformar uma cultura de células microbianas procarióticas ou eucarióticas hospedeiras com o vector da etapa b);
d) cultivar a célula hospedeira {46}de forma que as ditas cadeias leves e pesadas de imunoglobulina são produzidas como moléculas separadas na dita célula hospedeira transformada{47};
e
e) recuperar a imunoglobulina da cultura das células do hospedeiro, a dita imunoglobulina sendo capaz de se ligar a um antígeno conhecido.
22.
O método da invocação 21, em que as cadeias pesadas e leve são as cadeias pesada e leve do anticorpo anti-CEA.
23.
O método da invocação 21, em que a cadeia pesada pertence à família gama.
24.
O método da invocação 21 em que a cadeia leve pertence à família kappa.
25.
O método da invocação 21, em que o vector contém DNA que codifica uma cadeia pesada e uma cadeia leve.
26.
O método da invocação 21, em que a célula hospedeira é E. coli ou levedura.
27.
O método da invocação 26 em que a cadeia pesada e cadeias leve {48}[{49} ou região Fab {50}] {51}cadeia{52} são depositadas no interior das células na forma de partículas insolúveis.
28.
O método da invocação 27, em que as cadeias pesadas e leves são recuperadas das partículas através da lise celular, seguida por solubilização em desnaturante.
29.
O método da invocação 21, em que as cadeias pesadas e leves são segregadas para o meio.
30.
O método da invocação 21, em que a célula hospedeira é uma bactéria gram-negativa, e a cadeia pesada e leve são segregadas para o espaço periplásmico da célula da bactéria hospedeira.
31.
O método da invocação 21, que inclui ainda a recuperação quer da cadeia pesada quer da cadeia leve e reconstituindo a cadeia leve e pesada para formar uma imunoglobulina com afinidade específica para um antígeno conhecido.
32.
As partículas insolúveis da cadeia pesada e das cadeias leves {53}[{54}ou região Fab {55}]{56} produzidas pelo método da invocação 27.
33.
Um processo para produzir uma molécula de imunoglobulina ou fragmento de imunoglobulina, imunológicamente funcional, pelo menos composta pelos domínios variáveis das cadeias pesadas e leves da imunoglobulina, numa célula simples do hospedeiro, que engloba:
A expressão independente de uma primeira sequência de DNA, que codifica pelo menos o domínio variável da cadeia pesada da imunoglobulina, e uma segunda sequência de DNA que codifica pelo menos o domínio variável da cadeia leve de imunoglobulina, de forma que as ditas cadeias leves e pesadas da imunoglobulina são produzidas em forma de moléculas separadas na célula transformada do dito hospedeiro, com as ditas primeira e segunda sequências de DNA.
34.
O processo da invocação 9, que compreende ainda a etapa de ligação da molécula de imunoglobulina, ou fragmento de imunoglobulina a uma etiqueta ou droga.
35.
O processo da invocação 10, que compreende ainda a etapa de ligação da molécula de imunoglobulina, ou fragmento de imunoglobulina a uma etiqueta ou droga.
36.
O processo da invocação 33, que compreende ainda a etapa de ligação da molécula de imunoglobulina, ou fragmento de imunoglobulina a uma etiqueta ou droga.
English to Portuguese: Marshall Plant
General field: Other
Detailed field: Energy / Power Generation
Source text - English
If the water were drained from all the oceans, a stunning feature would become evident.
a 65,000 kilometer-long mountain range, encircling the planet like the seam on a baseball.
These are Mid-Ocean Ridges, areas where the continental plates are pulling apart from each other.
As they stretch and weaken, the gap between the plates fills with new volcanic crust drawn from the earth’s magma.
At depths of 2300 m, pressures of depth force seawater into cracks, where it contacts the magma of the earth and is returned as a fantastic uninterrupted geyser of superheated fluid.
Translation - Portuguese
Se a água fosse drenada de todos os oceanos, uma característica impressionante seria revelada.
Uma cordilheira que se extende sobre uns 65000 kilometros, rodeando o planeta como a costura de uma bola de baseball.
São as Dorsais Oceânicas, as áreas onde as placas tectónicas se diferenciam umas das outras.
À medida que estas placas se esticam e enfraquecem, as fissuras entre elas enchem-se com uma crosta vulcânica extraída do magna terrestre.
A 2300 m de profundidade, a pressão exercida força a água do mar através de fendas e gretas, onde entra em contacto com o magma terrestre, e é devolvida como um fantástico gêiser ininterrupto de fluidos super aquecidos

English to Portuguese: Telecom OEM
General field: Other
Detailed field: Computers: Software
Source text - English
Data/Telecom OEM
Date/Time
Download/Sales Mail Date
Extra Storage Space
Invite Status
{0} that are converted into {1} / {2} / {3}.
Mail Content
Qty/Unit
Quick Books Sync Status
Received
Secure
Problem in Resetting OLP Trial
Todays {0}
Web to Case
Zoho Home
Already Purchased OLP. Ask the user to contact his / her Zoho CRM Administrator to enable the OLP License for him, if there is enough license to activate.
Reasons
You might be using the old invitation URL. Please try the latest URL (OR)
Ask your CRM administrator to send a new invitation
Contact Zoho CRM Support at [email protected] or Call Toll Free: 1 888 900 9646
Sorry, We are unable to complete your request
What is your pet name?
Translation - Portuguese
Data/Telecom OEM
Data/Hora
Descarregar/Email Data de Venda
Espaço Armazenagem Extra
Convidar Status
{0} que são convertidas em {1} / {2} / {3}.
Conteúdo do Email
Qty/Unidade
Rápido Livros Sync Status
Recebido
Seguro
Problema em Acertar o Teste OLP
Hoje {0}
Web para Caso
Zoho Home
OLP já comprado. Peça ao utilizador para contactar o seu / sua Administrador CRM Zoho a fim de lhe viabilizar a Licença OLP, se existirem suficientes licenças para activar .
Razões
Deve estar a usar o antigo convite URL. Por favor experimente o mais recente URL (OR)
Pergunte ao seu Administrador CRM para enviar um novo convite
Contacto o Suporte CRM Zoho em [email protected] ou ligue gratuitamente: 1 888 900 9646
Desculpe, somos incapazes de completar o seu pedido
Qual é o seu nome preferido ?
Danish to English: Cleaning System
General field: Marketing
Detailed field: Computers: Software
Source text - Danish
Med RengøringsSystemet® får du branchens professionelle værktøj til planlægning, fordeling og kontrol af dit rengøringsarbejde.

Den seneste opdatering af systemet indeholder forskellige....
Læs mere her »

Helpdesk / Fjernsupport
Som noget nyt, har vi nu mulighed for at fjernstyre din computer samtidig med at vi yder support.
Læs mere her »
Translation - English
With Cleaning System® you get industry professional tools for planning, distribute and control all of your cleaning work.

The latest update of the system contains various....
Read more here »

Helpdesk / Remote support
As something new, we now have the possibility to remotely control your computer at the same time that we provide support
Read more here »
English to Danish: Software
General field: Marketing
Detailed field: Computers: Software
Source text - English
1=IP not valid
2=Checking wireless communication...
3=Failed to establish wireless communication!
4=Wireless connection status is OK.
5=Set the wireless IP from the [Configuration] menu, referring to the manual.
6=Check the connection status, referring to the manual.
7=The serial number is not correctly set in the [Configuration] menu.
8=Register the serial number in the [Configuration] menu.
9=The wireless LAN adapter or IP is not correctly set.
10=Check the setting and wireless LAN adapter connection, referring to the manual.
11=The profile is not correctly set in the Wireless network setting.
12=Check the profile setting, referring to the manual.
13=Checking wireless network setting...
14=Establishing wireless network connection...
15=Wireless network connection established
16=Wireless connection status is OK.
17=Failed to establish wireless network connection!
18=Check the wireless LAN card and module connection.
19=OS version
20=IP
21=Product serial number
22=SSID
23=Interface
24=Profile
Translation - Danish
1=IP ikke gyldigt.
2=Er ved at tjekke trådløs forbindelse…
3=Kunne ikke oprette trådløs forbindelse!
4=Trådløs forbindelse status er OK.
5=Indstil den trådløse IP fra [Konfiguration]-menuen, ifølge vejledningen.
6=Tjek forbindelsens status, ifølge vejledningen.
7=Serienummeret er ikke indstillet korrekt i [Konfiguration] menuen.
8=Registrer serienummeret i [Konfiguration] menuen
9=Den trådløse LAN-adapter eller IP er ikke korrekt indstillet.
10=Tjek indstillingen samt trådløse LAN-adapter forbindelse, ifølge vejledningen.
11=Profilen er ikke indstillet korrekt i det Trådløse netværk indstilling.
12=Tjek profil indstillingen, ifølge vejledningen.
13=Er ved at tjekke trådløse netværk indstillingen ...
14=Er ved at oprette trådløs netværksforbindelse ...
15=Trådløse netværk forbindelsen er oprettet.
16=Trådløs forbindelse status er OK.
17=Kunne ikke oprette trådløs netværksforbindelse!
18=Tjek det trådløse LAN kort samt modul-forbindelsen.
19=OS version
20=IP
21=Produktets serienummer
22=SSID
23=Interface
24=Profil
English to Portuguese: CLOV PROJECT
General field: Law/Patents
Detailed field: Engineering: Industrial
Source text - English
CONTRACT OF ASSOCIATION
BETWEEN HOLISTICOS & SOGREAH MAGELIS
FOR THE PERFORMANCE OF ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES RELATED TO THE CLOV PROJECT OF
TOTAL E&P ANGOLA

Rationale 5
The parties have hereby agreed as follows: 6
Article 1 – Purpose of Agreement 6
Article 2 – Organisation 6
Article 3 –Remuneration 7
Article 4 – Taxation 7
Article 5 - Exclusivity 7
Article 6 – Liabilities 8
Article 7 – Insurance 8
Article 8 – Default by one of the Parties 8
Article 9 – Confidentiality 8
Article 11 – Transfer 9
Article 12 – Settlement of Disputes 9
Article 13 – Modifications 9
Article 14 – Notice 9
Article 15 – Duration of Agreement 10

Translation - Portuguese
CONTRATO DE ASSOCIAÇÃO
ENTRE A HOLISTICOS & A SOGREAH MAGELIS
PARA O DESEMPENHO DE SERVIÇOS AMBIENTAIS NO ÂMBITO DO PROJECTO CLOV DA TOTAL E&P ANGOLA

Razões 5
As partes concordaram por esta via no seguinte: 6
Artigo 1 – Objectivo do Acordo 6
Artigo 2 – Organização 6
Artigo 3 –Remuneração 7
Artigo 4 – Impostos 7
Artigo 5 - Exclusividade 7
Artigo 6 – Responsabilidades 8
Artigo 7 – Seguro 8
Artigo 8 – Falha de uma das Partes 8
Artigo 9 – Confidencialidade 8
Artigo 11 – Transferência 9
Artigo 12 – Resuloção de Disputas 9
Artigo 13 – Modificações 9
Artigo 14 – Noticias 9
Artigo 15 –Duração do Acordo 10

Danish to English: Risk Patients
General field: Medical
Detailed field: Medical: Health Care
Source text - Danish
Målrettet ernæringsterapi kan reducere mortalitet, nedsætte morbiditet og afkorte indlæggelses¬tid. Tidlig identifikation og indsættelse af relevant behandling er afgørende for patienter i ernæringsmæssig risiko.

En spørgeskemaundersøgelse blandt læger og sygeplejersker på 40 danske sygehuse i foråret 1998 viste:

 at der var et stort behov for kliniske retningslinier inden for ernæringsterapi.

 at næsten halvdelen af lægerne og sygeplejerskerne var helt eller delvis enige i, at en del patienter får så insufficient ernæring under indlæggelsen, at det med¬fører komplikationer og/eller forlænget hospitalsophold.

 at kun hver fjerde angav, at vur¬dering af patienternes ernæringstilstand var en standard¬procedure ved indlæggelsen for alle patienter på deres afdeling.

I 1999 udkom ‘ Ernæringsterapi - mål og midler’ - en vejledning, der omfatter:

 metoder til identifikation og vurdering af patienter i ernæringsmæssig risiko

 behandlingsstrategi

 metoder til løbende monitorering og vurdering af den iværksatte ernæringsterapi

En tværsnitsundersøgelse - gennemført ca. et år efter publikation af vejledningen - på 15 tilfældigt udvalgte sygehusafdelinger i Danmark viste bl.a., at:

 ca. 60% af de indlagte patienter var uden nogen ernæringsmæssig risiko (grøn gruppe)

 ca. 20% af de indlagte patienter var ernæringsmæssigt truet i let grad (gul gruppe)

 ca. 16% af de indlagte patienter var ernæringsmæssigt truet i svær grad (rød gruppe)


Vurdering af den ernæringsmæssige risiko fremgik kun af journalen hos ca. 7% af de let ernæringsmæssigt truede patienter (gule patienter) og hos ca. 15% af de svært ernærings¬mæssigt truede patienter (røde patienter). En form for ernæringsplan fremgik kun af journalen hos ca. 16% af de let ernæringsmæssigt truede patienter og hos ca. 29% af de svært ernæringsmæssigt truede patienter.


Konklusionen på undersøgelsen er, at der stadig er forholdsvis lidt fokus på ernæringsterapi som en integreret del af den medicinske og kirurgiske behandling i Danmark.

Der mangler viden om, hvad der skal til, for at en afdeling kan øge sit fokus på patienter i ernæringsmæssig risiko.
Translation - English
Targeted nutritional therapy can reduce mortality, reduce morbidity and shorten hospitalization’s time. Early identification and deployment of appropriate treatment is crucial for patients at nutritional risk

A survey in spring 1998 among doctors and nurses in 40 Danish hospitals showed that:

 there was a great need for clinical guidelines in nutrition therapy.

 almost half of the doctors and nurses were totally or partially agree that some patients get so insufficient nutrition during hospitalization, which results in complications and / or prolonged hospitalization.

 only one in four said that the assessment of patients' nutritional status was a standard procedure at the hospitalization for all patients on their department.

In 1999 the 'Nutrition Therapy - aims and means' was published - a guide that includes:

 methodology for identification and assessment of patients in nutritional risk

 treatment strategy

 methods for ongoing monitoring and assessment of the ongoing nutrition therapy

A cross-sectional study - carried out after publication of the Guide at 15 randomly selected hospital departments in Denmark about one year, have shown that:

 approx. 60% of the hospitalized patients had no nutritional risk (green group)

 approx. 20% of the hospitalized patients were nutritionally compromised at mild degree (yellow group)

 approx. 16% of the hospitalized patients were nutritionally compromised at severe risk (red group)


Assessment of nutritional risk appeared in the records of about 7% of risk patients with mild degree nutritionally (yellow patients) and at approx. 15% on risk patients with severe nutrition risk (red patients). A form of nutrition plan appeared in about 16% at risk patients of mild nutritionally and about 29% on risk patients with severe nutritional risk.

The study concludes that there is still relatively little focus on nutrition therapy as an integral part of medical and surgical treatment in Denmark.

There is a lack of knowledge about what to be done in the future, so that a department can increase its focus on patients at nutritional risk.
English to Portuguese: Fashion
General field: Other
Detailed field: Textiles / Clothing / Fashion
Source text - English
Instruction and care leaflet
Instant Uplift adhesive shapes are specifically designed to lift and hold breasts of cup sizes A-D. Read enclosed instructions before use. This pack provides 3 pairs.

IMPORTANT NOTES
For best results apply Instant Uplift in front of a mirror. Store product at room temperature, away from direct sunlight or heat. Instant Uplift are waterproof and hypoallergenic. Do not use Instant Uplift on skin that is damaged, irritated or broken. Remove product daily.

Before application, make sure your skin is clean, dry and free from any moisturisers, oils, fragrances and powders.

To apply:

1. If you usually take an A-C cup size then using scissors cut the adhesive shapes to size using the cutter guides provided on the back. If you are a cup size D then there is no need to cut adhesive shape.

2. Remove the lower half of backing paper and apply the sticky part of the adhesive shape to your breast just above the areola (see figure 1).

3. Make sure you press the adhesive strip firmly down so that it is secure.

4. Remove the backing paper from the top of the adhesive shape and pull breast up to desired position (see figure 2).

5. Press the adhesive shape down so that it holds breast in place (see figure 3).

6. Repeat same process on other breast, making sure you smooth down the shapes well so they stay firmly in place.

To remove:
Peel the adhesive shape away slowly starting from the bottom outer part. Peel upwards, removing the inside bottom part of shape last. If any residue remains on the skin you can easily remove this with baby oil.

Single use product
Translation - Portuguese
Instruções e folheto sobre cuidados
As formas adesivas de Uplift Instantâneo são especificamente concebidas para levantar e segurar os peitos entre tamanhos de copo A-D. Leia as instruções anexadas antes de usar. Este pacote contém 3 pares.


NOTAS IMPORTANTES
Para obter melhores resultados, aplicar o Uplift Instantâneo em frente de um espelho. Guarde o produto a temperatura ambiente, longe da luz solar incidente e do calor. O Uplift Instantâneo é impermeável e hipoalérgico. Não use o Uplift Instantâneo em pele que esteja danificada, irritada ou quebrada. Remova o produto todos os dias.

Antes de aplicar, assegure-se que a sua pele está limpa, seca e isenta de qualquer creme hidratante, óleos, perfumes e pós.
Para aplicar:

1. Se normalmente usa um tamanho de copo A-C, use uma tesoura para cortar as formas adesivas para ajustar, seguindo as instruções para cortar que estão nas costas. Se usar o tamanho D, não há nenhuma necessidade de cortar a forma adesiva.

2. Remova a metade inferior do papel de revestimento, e aplique a parte pegajosa da forma adesiva no seu peito, mesmo acima da aréola (ver figura 1).


3. Assegure-se que aperta bem a tira adesiva para abaixo para que fique segura.

4. Remova o papel de revestimento do topo da forma adesiva, e puxe o peito até à posição desejada (ver figura 2).


5 Pressione a forma adesiva para baixo para acondicionar o peito à posição (ver figura 3).

6 Repita este processo no outro peito, assegurando-se que alisa bem as formas, para que permaneçam firmemente no lugar.

Para remover:
Remova lentamente a forma adesiva a partir da parte exterior do fundo. Remova para cima, de modo a retirar a parte interior do fundo apenas no fim. Se algum resíduo permanecer na pele, pode facilmente retirá-lo com óleo de bebé.

Produto para uso único
Danish to English: Water Cleaning System
General field: Tech/Engineering
Detailed field: Engineering: Industrial
Source text - Danish
Vedrørende håndtering, montering af vandrensningsanlæg.

1. Anlæggene skal opstilles frostfrit og på et plant solidt gulv, standardanlæg kan veje op til 1000 kg. når de er fyldte.
2. Der bør være afløb i rummet, da der ved vandinstallationer kan forekomme utætheder eller lignende.
3. Vær opmærksom på at beholderne kan vælte, specielt ved henstilling af tomme beholdere.
4. Tomme beholdere kan flyttes på sækkevogn eller pallevogn.
5. Forsøg aldrig at flytte en fyldt beholder.
6. På filterbeholderne monteres sikkerhedsventil i toppen af beholderne. Disse er beregnet til at afblæse hovedsageligt luft hvis trykket nærmer sig beregningstrykket.
7. Hvis vandpumpen kan yde højere tryk end det beholderne er beregnet til monteres sikkerhedsventil på vandtilgangen til beholderen.
8. Husk altid at afbryde pumpe og styring ved arbejde på anlægget.
9. Kompressor:
Hvis kompressoren står i støvede eller i rum med urent luft, bør
indsugningen føres til det fri, gerne under tagudhæng eller lignende
således at der ikke indsuges vand.
10: Husk at kontrollere luftfilter, vandudskiller o.l.
Vær altid opmærksom på hygiejne, at der ikke kommer fremmedpartikler i filterbeholder eller rør, filter materialet må ikke komme i berøring med ikke rengjorte spande, gulv eller lignende.
Translation - English
Guidelines for the use and installation of the water purification system


1. The equipment must be installed in a frost-free environment, and on a flat solid floor. The standard system can weigh up to 1000 kg when it is filled.

2. There should be floor drains on the site, as leaks can occur during the plumbing of the water system.

3. Be careful, as the containers can fall over, especially when stowing empties.

4. Empty containers can be moved with a dolly or pallet truck.

5. Never attempt to move a filled container.

6. Safety valves are mounted on the top of filter containers. These are designed to expel air if the pressure approaches the maximum allowable.

7. If the water pump can produce higher pressure than the receptacles are designed for, then the safety valve should be installed in the water inlet of the container.

8. Always remember to disconnect the pump and controls when working on the system.

9. Compressor:
If the compressor is installed in a dusty room, or is exposed to foul air, the air intake should be ducted to the free, for example under eaves or overhangs, to prevent the ingress of water.

10. Remember to check the air filter, water separator, etc.
Always be aware of hygiene, and make sure that no foreign particles get into the filter tank or pipes. Filter material must not come into contact with dirty buckets, floors, or similar items.
English to Danish: Games/Casino
General field: Bus/Financial
Detailed field: Games / Video Games / Gaming / Casino
Source text - English
5.1 We are a corporation incorporated under the laws of the Government of Gibraltar and are fully licensed and regulated by the Gibraltar Gambling Act 2005 for the purpose of operating a virtual casino on the internet, under the name www. 50starscasino.com.
This license is held by Electraworks Limited.

6.5.3 (or the equivalent amount in EUR/GBP/ZAR/CA$/AU$/SEK currency)

6.5.4 You are aware of and agree that the casino can hold a payment of your withdrawal if your account has been inactive and no wagering has been made in the same calendar month. This condition also applies to winnings of progressive jackpots. This condition is not in conjunction with any other clause of the terms and conditions.
6.5.5 Please note that we will attempt to accommodate your request regarding the payment method and currency of payment of your withdrawal. This, however, cannot be guaranteed. Therefore, we may process and pay withdrawals in a different payment method than the one requested by you, such as through different payment providers, a bank draft or wire transfer. Similarly, in certain cases, the currency of your withdrawal may not be the currency in which your deposit was made or that was otherwise requested by you.
Translation - Danish
5.1 Vi er et selskab stiftet i henhold til love af regeringen for Gibraltar og er fuldt overførte og reguleret ved Gibraltar Hasardspil akt 2005 med henblik på at drive en virtuel kasino på Internettet, under navnet www. 50starscasino.com. Denne licens er i besiddelse af Electraworks Limited.

6.5.3 (eller de tilsvarende beløb i EUR/GBP/ZAR/CA$/AU$/SEK valuta)
6.5.4 De kender og enig i, at kasino kan afholde en betaling af deres tilbagetrækning hvis deres konto har ligget stille og ikke gøres der er sket i samme kalender måned. Denne betingelse gælder også for gevinsterne af progressive jackpots. Denne betingelse er ikke i forbindelse med enhver anden bestemmelse af de vilkår og betingelser.
6.5.5 Bemærk venligst, at vi vil forsøge at imødekomme Deres anmodning om udbetaling metode samt valuta udbetalingen af deres tilbagetrækning. Dette kan dog ikke sikres. Derfor, vi kan behandle og betale tilbagekøb i en anden betaling metode end den, der er anmodet om af dem, som f. eks. gennem forskellige betalingssystemer udbydere, en bank udkast eller wire overførsel. Ligeledes i visse tilfælde, valutaen i deres tilbagetrækning kan ikke være den valuta, som i deres deponering er indgive tilt, eller, som ellers var ønsket af dem.
Danish to English: TDC User Manual
General field: Other
Detailed field: Human Resources
Source text - Danish
Baggrund
I forbindelse med integrering af div. datterselskaber (fx "Song"), skal medarbejderne i disse selskaber - for såvidt angår søgning af ledige stillinger - sidestilles med øvrige medarbejdere i koncernen, der aflønnes af TDC

Nuværende proces
For at kunne søge interne stillingsopslag i TDC skal en person d.d. have netværksadgang, være oprettet med et lønnr. i HR-systemet (PeopleSoft) samt være oprettet med en brugeradgang til systemet.
I den nuværende proces oprettes personer i systemet på én af flg. måder:
Nyansatte medarbejder der ansættes på baggrund af stillingsopslag: HR-teams opretter i PeopleSoft
Nyansatte medarbejdere der ansættes uden om stillingsopslag: Lønservice opretter i PeopleSoft
Eksterne konsulenter/vikarer oprettes i PeopleSoft af Lønservice på baggrund af fremsendt fax fra lederen

Det bemærkes, at eksterne konsulenter/vikarer ikke har bruger-adgang til PeopleSoft - personerne oprettes kun med lønnr. i systemet, for at der kan genereres brugeradgang til netværket via IT's Harmony-system.

Medarbejdere i datterselskaberne vil som processen er d.d., ikke være hverken oprettet i eller som bruger af systemet

Løsningsmuligheder

Teknisk løsning der muliggør at medarbejdere i datterselskaber får adgang til HR-systemet uden normal oprettelse og brugeradgang

Medarbejderne oprettes i systemet som en ekstern konsulent/vikar
Translation - English
Background
In the relation to the integration of several subsidiaries (f.ex "Song"), the employees in these companies that apply for jobs – shall be placed on the ”same footing” with the remaining employees of the company that has a wage contract with the TDC.

Actual process
To be able to apply for internal vacancies in TDC, a person must have a network access,and be set up with a salary number. In the HR system (PeopleSoft) he/she must be set up with a user access to the system.
In the current process, persons are setup in the system on one of following ways:
Newly recruited staff in the light of a vanacy: HR-teams shall set up in PeopleSoft
Newly recruited staff outside a job advertisement: The Salary service shall set up in PeopleSoft
External consultants/substitute staff are set up in PeopleSoft by the Salary service, in the light of forwarded fax from the leader.

It should be noted that external consultants/temporary staff do not have user access to PeopleSoft – the persons are set up in the system only with salary number, for establishing user access to the network through IT's Harmony-system.

Staff in its subsidiaries will, as the actual process is, not be neither set up in, or as user of the system.

Solutions

The technical solution which will allow staff in subsidiaries to have access to the HR-system without normal set-up and user acess

Employees with set up in the system as an external consultant/substitute staff

Experience Years of experience: 21. Registered at ProZ.com: Dec 2008. Became a member: Dec 2009.
Credentials English to Portuguese (Universidade Clássica de Lisboa)
English to Danish (Aalborg University)
English to Danish (PhD)
French to Danish (CNRS, IFREMER)
Danish to English (Aalborg University)
Memberships N/A
Software Across, Adobe Acrobat, memoQ, MemSource Cloud, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word, Wordfast Pro, Powerpoint, SDL TRADOS, Wordfast
CV/Resume English (DOC)
Professional practices Mario Laima endorses ProZ.com's Professional Guidelines (v1.1).
Bio
My background is Biology, M Sc. in Biotechnological Engineering a Ph D in Environmental Science.

Research work has been focused on eutrophication processes in coastal areas: I have contributed to scientific work (over 30 international peer-reviewed articles and other works) shown in conferences and workshops in Denmark, Sweden, Poland, France, Argentina, Lithuania, Norway, Portugal, Germany, Japan, South Korea and USA.

I have experience to plan, execute, synthesize and communicate scientific knowledge to specialists and other end-users. I have coordinated and participated in inter-disciplinary projects in multi-national environments, in which my experience with several languages [Portuguese, Scandinavian Danish), English, French, and Spanish] has been beneficiary, along with years of teaching experience outside my country (Portugal).

I consider myself to be a team-worker, creative and highly motivated to collaborate. I have sense of organization and I am strict in deadlines. 

Though my research activity in EU projects for over a decade, and coordination of some, I have gained experience in multicultural environments and communicate knowledge to different end-users, not only people specialized in the field. Command of several languages, and translation of a number of projects, are in support of my activity as freelancer translator. 

Resume of international scientific reports where I am author/co-author:

Laima M.J.C., 1992. Evaluation of the indophenol method to measure NH4+ in extracts from coastal marine sediments. MARINE CHEMISTRY 39: 283–296. 

Laima M.J.C., 1992. Extraction and seasonal variation of NH4+ pools in different types of coastal marine sediments. MARINE ECOLOGY-PROGRESS SERIES 82: 75–84.

Laima M.J.C., 1993. Recovery of 15NH4+ in labelling experiments on coastal marine sediments. MARINE CHEMISTRY 44: 31–42.

Laima M.J.C., 1994.  Is KCl a reliable extractant of 15NH4+ added to coastal marine sediments ?  BIOGEOCHEMISTRY 27: 83–95.

Lund-Hansen L.C., Laima M.J.C. and Christiansen C., 1995. Physical and biogeo¬chemical aspects of resuspension. GAIA 9: 67–69. 

Christiansen C., Kunzendorf H., Laima M.J.C., Lund-Hansen L.C. and Pedersen A.M., 1996. Recent changes in environmental conditions in the Southwestern Kattegat, Scandinavia. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NORWAY BULLETIN 430: 137–144.

Christiansen C., Lund-Hansen L.C., Jürgensen C., Vang T. and Laima M.J.C., 1996. Målehyppihed og fortolkning. JORD & VAND 3. årgang, 5: 196–198.

Christiansen C., Gertz F., Laima M.J.C., Lund-Hansen L.C., Vang T. and Jürgensen,  C. 1997. Nutrient (P,N) dynamics in the southwestern Kattegat, Scandinavia. Sedimentation and resuspension effects. ENVIRONMENTAL GEOLOGY 29: 66–77.

Lund-Hansen L.C., Christiansen C., Vang T. and Laima M., 1997. Regional North Sea -Baltic Sea circulation impact on local Kattegat Fjords and Bays. AARHUS GEOSCIENCE 7: 21-33.

Christiansen C., Nielsen J., Lund-Hansen L.C. and Laima M., 1997. Temporal and spatial variability during general dune, beach, and shoreline erosion at Klim, Denmark. AARHUS GEOSCIENCE 7: 49–60. 

Jürgensen C., Christiansen C., Lund-Hansen L.C., Laima M.J.C., and Vang T., 1997. Nutrient dynamics in the southwestern Kattegat, Scandinavia. Modelling  transport, budget, and consequences of reduced terrestrial loads. DANISH JOURNAL OF GEOGRAPHY 97: 1–10.

Laima M.J.C., Matthiessen H., Lund-Hansen L.C. and Christiansen C., 1998. Resuspension studies in cylindrical microcosms: Effects of stirring velocity on the dynamics of redox sensitive elements in a coastal sediment. BIOGEOCHEMISTRY 43: 293–309.

Laima M.J.C., Feuillet-Girard M., Vouvé F., Blanchard G., Gouleau D. and Galois  R., 1999. Distribution of adsorbed ammonium in two intertidal sedimentary structures, Marennes-Oléron Bay, France. MARINE ECOLOGY-PROGRESS SERIES 182: 29–35.

Laima M.J.C., Feuillet-Girard M., Vouvé F., Richard P., Blanchard G., Gouleau D., 1999. Nitrification rates related to sedimentary structures in an atlantic intertidal mudflat, Marennes-Oléron Bay, France. MARINE ECOLOGY-PROGRESS SERIES 191: 33-41.

Laima M.J.C., Lund-Hansen L.C., Pazdro K., Christiansen C., Emeis K., 1999. Near bottom fluxes and composition of suspended matter in the Pomeranian Bight. OCEANOLOGIA 41: 335–353.

Lund-Hansen L. C., Christiansen C., Jensen O., Laima M., 1999. The LABEREX chamber for studying the critical shear stress for fine-grained sediments. DANISH JOURNAL OF GEOGRAPHY 99: 1–7

Vouvé F., Guiraud G., Marol C., Girard M., Richard P., Laima M.J.C., 2000  Ammonium turnover in intertidal sediments of Marennes-Oléron Bay (France): effect of sediment temperature. OCEANOLOGICA ACTA 23:  575–584. 

Matthiesen H., Leipe T. and Laima M.J.C., 2001. A new filter- diffusion method to study the formation of phosphate binding iron oxides in marine sediments. BIOGEOCHEMISTRY  52: 79–92.

Lund-Hansen L.C., Christiansen C., and Laima M., 2001. A new video controlled, hydraulically damped box-corer for sediment/water interaction studies. MARINE GEORESOURCES AND GEOTECHNOLOGY 19: 147–154.

Laima M., Matthiesen H., Christiansen C., Lund-Hansen L.C. and Emeis K.C., 2001. Dynamics of P, Fe and Mn along a depth gradient in the southern Baltic Sea. BOREAL ENVIRONMENT RESEARCH 6: 317–333.

Laima M.J.C., Maksymowska D., Feuillet-Girard G., Richard  P., Sauriau P.-G., Gouleau D., Joassard L., 2002. The influence of long emersion on ammonium fluxes and nitrification in intertidal sediments of Marennes-Oléron Bay, France. MARINE ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH 53: 381–402.

Laima M., Maksymowska D., Feuillet-Girard G., Richard  P., Gouleau D., Joassard L., 2002.  Fluff deposition on intertidal sediments: effects on benthic biota, ammonium fluxes and nitrification rates. BIOGEOCHEMISTRY 61: 115–133.

Christiansen C., Edelvang K., Emeis K., Graff G., Jähmilich S., Kozuch J., Laima M., Leipe T., Löffler A., Lund-Hansen L.C., Miltner A., Pazdro K., Pempkowiak J., Shimmield G., Shimmield T., Smith J., Voss M. and Witt G., 1999. Material transport from the nearshore to the basinal environment in the Southern Baltic Sea, I: Processes and mass estimates. JOURNAL OF MARINE SYSTEMS 35: 133–150.

Emeis K.C., Christiansen C., Jähmlich S., Leipe T., Lund-Hansen L., Laima M.,Löffler A., Miltner K., Pazdro K., Pempkowiak J., Pollehne F., Shimmield T., Voß M. and Witt G., 1999.  Material transport from the nearshore to the basinal environment in the Southern Baltic Sea, II: Origin and properties of material. JOURNAL OF MARINE SYSTEMS 35: 151–168.

Edelvang K., Lund-Hansen L.C., Christiansen C., Petersen O.S., Laima M.J.C. and Berastegui D.A., 2002.  Modelling of suspended matter transport from the Oder River. JOURNAL OF COASTAL RESEARCH 18: 62–74.

Lund-Hansen L.C., Laima M.J.C., Mouritsen K., Lam N.G., and Hai D.N., 2002. Small scale spatial variability in critical shear stress related to benthic diatoms, fluff layer, and sediment parameters in a semi-enclosed non-tidal coastal environment. JOURNAL OF MARINE AND BIOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION UK 82: 3855/1–8.

Laima, M J C., Robert, S., Monnet, P. and Pantet A. (2009) Measurements of biological, biogeochemical and sediment behaviour parameters in intertidal flid mud samples – mesocosms experiments
(BIOGEOCHEMISTRY, submitted)


WORKSHOPS & SEMINARS

The use of 15N-labelled molecules in tracing nitrogen cycling in sediments. Courses in Microbial Ecology, Biological Institute, University of Århus, Denmark (1991)

A utilização de macrófitas na despoluição de agues residuais: a experiência dinamarquesa. University of Évora, Portugal. January 3th (1991)

O tratamento biológico de águas residuais via utilização de sapais artificiais. Que futuro ? Serpa High School, Portugal. World environment day (1991)

Phosphorus cycling in coastal sediments. Lectures in the M Sc program in Marie Sciences. Institute of Geology, University of Århus, Denmark (1994)

Resuspension and marine euthophication. Course on Natural Environment, Man and Cultural History, Askö and Adelsö, easter Svealand, Sweden, 14-24 May (1995)

Does resuspension affect nutrient dynamic in near-shore marine areas ? 
Marine geologisk seminar. 29-30 May, Aarhus University, Denmark (1995)

Distribution of ammonium pools in marine sediments. V European Marine Inter¬disciplinary Network University of Klaipeda, Lithuania, January 11-14 (1996)

Geochemistry and nutrient fluxes at the sediment-water interface. Lectures in Marine Geology, Institute of Geology, University of Århus, Denmark (1996)

Resuspension and sediment/water fluxes in the SW Baltic Region. Seminar held at the Department of Earth Sciences, Aarhus University, Denmark, 31 October (1997)

Is heterogeneity important in the study of sediment processes ? Examples from the SW Baltic region. Meeting of the GDR Group (CNRS) for the English Channel, Station Marine de Wimereux, France, November 25-26 (1997)


COMMUNICATIONS IN CONGRESSES

Rodrigues V.J., Laima M.J.C., Urbano A. P. and Oliveira J. S. O papel das macrófitas no controlo da poluição das zonas húmidas: o caso da zona do estuário do Sado. VI National Meeting on Wastewater Treatment, 6-8 October, Setúbal Politechnical Institute, Portugal (1993)

Lund-Hansen L.C., Laima M.J.C. and Christiansen C. Flow of water and salt through the Great Belt and adjacent fjords and Bays - The estuarine transition between the North Sea and the Baltic Sea. Nordic Physical Oceanographic Meeting, 7-9 August 1994, Hirstals, Denmark.

Lund-Hansen L.C., Laima M.J.C. and Christiansen C.  Physical and biogeochemical aspects of resuspension. Part of : Modelling of long-term transport rates and accumulation of nutrients: The effects of reduced coastal nutrient loads in the Northern Little Belt region. 5th MARSKAT  Meeting, 4-6 November 1994, Trondheim, Norway

Laima M.J.C., Lund-Hansen L.C. and Christiansen C.  Physical and biogeochemical aspects of resuspension. I Symposium on the Atlantic Iberian Continental Margin, National Museum of Natural History, 28-30 November 1994, Lisbon, Portugal

Laima M.J.C., Lund-Hansen L.C., Christiansen C. and Kunzendorf H. Nutrient fluxes in a coastal basin. Part of: Modelling of long-term transport rates and accumulation of nutrients: The effects of reduced coastal nutrient loads in the Northern Little Belt Region. XIX Conference of the Baltic Oceanographers (CBO), 29 August - 1 September 1994, Sopot, Poland.

Lund-Hansen L.C., Laima M.J.C. and Christiansen C. Resuspension and sedimen¬tation in the bottom boundary layer. Part of: Modelling of long-term transport rates and accumulation of nutrients: The effects of reduced coastal nutrient loads in the Northern Little Belt Region. XIX Conference of the Baltic Oceanographers (CBO) , 29 August - 1 September 1994, Sopot, Poland

Laima M.J.C., Lund-Hansen L.C., Christiansen C. and Kunzendorf H. Nutrient fluxes in a coastal basin: The effect of resuspension on the dynamics of dissolved P pools. Proceedings of the 19th Conference of Baltic Oceanographers (CBO), 29 August - 1 September 1994, Sopot, Poland, Vol  II, pp. 518–527.

Lund-Hansen L.C., Laima M.J.C. and Christiansen C. Resuspension and sedimen¬tation at the bottom boundary layer. Proceedings of the XIXth Conference of Baltic Oceanographers (CBO), 29 August - 1 September 1994, Sopot, Poland, Vol II, pp. 795–801.

Christiansen C., Lund-Hansen L.C., Laima M.J.C. and Matthiesen H.  Resuspension and sediment-water fluxes. First Baltic Sea System Study (BASYS) Annual Science Conference, 29 September – 1 October 1997, Institute of Oceanography Warnemuende, Germany

Christiansen C., Lund-Hansen L.C., Matthiesen H. and Laima M. Fluffy sediments are difficult to sample (in Danish). In: Proc. 10th Danish Marine Science Meeting, January 21-23. Published by the Danish National Council for Marine Sciences, p. 153, Denmark (1998)

Laima M.J.C., Matthiesen H., Lund-Hansen L.C. and Christiansen C. Aspects of phosphorus geochemistry in Southern Baltic Sea sediments: Methods, fluxes, formation of Fe/P Particles and resuspension studies. First Interdisciplinary Symposium on Estuarine Processes (SIPRES), June15-17, Universidade do Algarve, Portugal. Also at Baltic Sea System Study (BASYS), Second Annual Science Conference, 23-25 September 1998,  Stockholm University, Sweden.

Laima M.J.C., Lund-Hansen L.C., Christiansen C. and Matthiesen H. “Fluff “ layer  studies: Sampling, Resuspension and Formation of Fe/P particles. Baltic Sea System Study (BASYS), Second Annual Science Conference, September 23-25, Stockholm University, Sweden (1998) 

Laima M.J.C., Lund-Hansen L.C., Christiansen C., Pazdro K., Loeffler A. and Emeis K.C. Flood Events in Odas River, July 1997: Impacts on vertical fluxes of suspended matter and organic matter content (C, N, P, fatty acids) in sediment traps, fluff layer and surface sediment. Baltic Sea Science Conference- The Changing Coastal Oceans: From Assessment to Prediction, November 23-28, Rostock-Warnemuende, Germany (1998)

Emeis K., Jähmlich S., Bahlo R., Leipe T., Löffler A., Pollehne F., Voss M., Maren W., Lund-Hansen L., Laima M., Pazdro K. and Pempkowiak J. The BASYS-subproject 3a: Preliminary results on coastal to basin processes in the Southern Baltic Sea. Baltic Sea Science Conference- The Changing Coastal Oceans: From Assessment to Prediction, November 23-28, Rostock-Warnemuende, Germany (1998)

Witt G., Siegel H., Emeis K., Jähmlich S., Bahlo R., Leipe T., Löffler A., Pollehne F., Voss M., Maren W., Lund-Hansen L., Laima M., Pazdro K. and Pempkowiak J. The consequences of the Oder flood on the distribution of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in the Oder river estuary. Baltic Sea Science Conference- The Changing Coastal Oceans: From Assessment to Prediction, November 23-28, Rostock-Warnemuende, Germany (1998)

Laima M.J.C., Matthiesen H., Christiansen C., Lund-Hansen L.C. A study of phosphorus transport in a depth gradient, SW Baltic Sea. Coastal to Basin Fluxes under the topic “ Present-day material and energy budgets/fluxes and related processes”.  Final BASYS Conference, September 20-22, Institute of Oceanography Warnemuende, Germany (1999)

Edelvang K., Lund-Hansen L.C., Christiansen C. and Laima M.J.C. Vertical fluxes of suspended matter in a coastal to basin depth profile of the SW Baltic Sea. Coastal to Basin Fluxes under the topic “ Present-day material and energy budgets/fluxes and related processes”. Final BASYS Conference, September 20-22, Institute of Oceanography Warnemuende, Germany (1999)

Lund-Hansen L.C., Jähmlich S., Christiansen C. and Laima M.J.C. Absence of temporal and spatial variation in critical shear stress along a depth profile from the Oder river outlet to the Arkona basin, southwest Baltic Sea. Coastal to Basin Fluxes under the topic “ Present-day material and energy budgets/fluxes and related processes”. Final BASYS Conference, September 20-22, Institute of Oceanography Warnemuende, Germany (1999)

Christiansen C., Edelvang K., Emeis K., Graff G., Jähmilich S., Kozuch J., Laima M., 
Leipe T., Löffler A., Lund-Hansen L.C., Miltner A., Pazdro K., Pempkowiak J., Shimmield G., Shimmield T., Smith J., Voß M. and Witt G., 1999. Material transport from the nearshore to the basinal environment in the Southern Baltic Sea, I: Processes and mass estimates. Final BASYS extended abstract to BASYS Conference, Institute of Oceanography Warnemuende, September 20-22, Germany (1999)

Emeis K.C., Christiansen C., Jähmlich S., Leipe T., Lund-Hansen L., Laima M. J. C., Löffler A., Miltner K., Pazdro K., Pempkowiak J., Pollehne F., Shimmield T., Voß M. and Witt G., 1999.  Material transport from the nearshore to the basinal environment in the Southern Baltic Sea, II: Origin and properties of material. Final BASYS extended abstract to BASYS Conference, September 20-22, Institute of Oceanography Warnemuende, Germany (1999)

Lund-Hansen L.C., Laima M. J. C., Mouritsen K., Lam N., Hai D.N.Small scale spatial variability in critical shear stress related to the occurrence of benthic diatoms and fluff layer at the sediment surface in a semi-enclosed non-tidal coastal environment.  XI Danish Marine Science Meeting, January 26-28, Roskilde Universitetscenter, Denmark (2000)

Laima M.J.C., Christiansen C., Lund-Hansen L.C., Jähmlich S. and Emeis K.C.Transport of P, Fe and Mn along a depth gradient in the SW Baltic Sea XI Danish Marine Science Meeting, January 26-28, Roskilde Universitetscenter, Denmark (2001)

Edelvang K., Petersen O.S., Berastegui D.A., Lund-Hansen L.C., Christiansen C. and Laima M. Validation of a 3D model against satellite images – A case study from the Pomeranian Bay. XI Danish Marine Science Meeting, January 26-28, Roskilde Universitetscenter, Denmark (2000)

Laima M. and  Richard P. Spatial variability of nitrogen pools and nitrification rates in intertidal environments: Effects of geomorphological structures.  An Ocean Odyssey Joint Assemblies of the IAPSO-IABO , October 22-26, Mar del Plata, Argentina (2001)

Lund-Hansen L.C., Laima M.J.C., Mouritsen K., Lam N., Hai D.N. Small scale spatial variability of critical shear stress and effects of benthic diatoms, fluff   layer, and sediment properties in a non-tidal coastal environment. An Ocean Odyssey Joint Assemblies of the IAPSO-IABO, October 22-26, Mar del Plata, Argentina (2001)

Laima M.J.C. Long-term emersion of intertidal sediment systems: Impacts on biota and nitrogen cycling. Proceedings of the XII Danish Marine Science Meeting, January 9-11, University of Aarhus, Denmark (2002)

Tengberg A., Almroth E., Andersson H., Andrejev O., Egorov A., Hall P., Henttonen J., Isaev A.,  Jönsson A., Kiirikki M., Kononets M., Kravtchichina M., Kravtsov V., Laima M., Lehtoranta J., Leonov A., Lund-Hanen L., Makarov O., Mekela K., Neelov I., Pakhomova S., Pankratova N., Perttilä M., Petukhov V., Pitkänen H., Rozanov A., Sarkkula J., Väänänen P., Vankevych R. and Vershinin A. The importance of sediments for the water quality of the Gulf of Finland, project summary and description of used technology. Klaipeda Conference, Lithuania (2004)

Tengberg A., Almroth E., Andersson H., Andrejev O., Egorov A., Hall P., Henttonen J., Isaev A., Jönsson A., Kiirikki M., Kononets M., Kravtchichina M., Kravtsov V., Laima M., Lehtoranta J., Leonov A., Lund-Hansen L., Makarov O., Mekela K., Neelov I., Pakhomova S., Pankratova N., Perttilä M., Petukhov V., Pitkänen H., Rozanov A., Sarkkula J., Väänänen P., Vankevych R. and Vershinin A Environmental investigations at the seafloor using optical and acoustic sensors on “bottom landers”. Tutorial for Oceans 2004, Kobe, Japan, November (2004)

Robert, S., Laima, M J C., Monnet, P., and Pantet, A Étude experimentale integer sur la vase fluide em mesocosme: Relations entre les nutriments et le comportement sedimentaire. 10th French Congress of Sedimentology, Universite de Provence, Centre of Sedimentology and Paleontology, October 11-13.  Plubications ASF, Paris, no 51, 354 p. France (2005)
 
Tengberg A., Almroth E., Andersson H., Andrejev O., Egorov A., Hall P., Henttonen J., Isaev A., Jönsson A., Kiirikki M., Kononets M., Kravtchichina M., Kravtsov V., Laima M., Lehtoranta J., Leonov A., Lund-Hansen L., Makarov O., Mekela K., Neelov I., Pakhomova S., Pankratova N., Perttilä M., Petukhov V., Pitkänen H., Rozanov A., Sarkkula J., Väänänen P., Vankevych R. and Vershinin A The importance of sediments for the water quality of the Gulf of Finland, project summary and description of used technology. Publication and oral presentation, Baltic Sea conference, Klaipeda, Lithuania (2005)

Tengberg A., Almroth E., Andersson H., Andrejev O., Egorov A., Hall P., Henttonen J., Isaev A., Jönsson A., Kiirikki M., Kononets M., Kravtchichina M., Kravtsov V., Laima M., Lehtoranta J., Leonov A., Lund-Hansen L., Makarov O., Mekela K., Neelov I., Pakhomova S., Pankratova N., Perttilä M., Petukhov V., Pitkänen H., Rozanov A., Sarkkula J., Väänänen P., Vankevych R. and Vershinin A Environmental investigations at the seafloor using optical and acoustic sensors on “bottom landers”. Publication and oral presentation, ISOPE 05, Seoul, South Korea (2005)

Tengberg A., Almroth E., Andersson H., Andrejev O., Egorov A., Hall P., Henttonen J., Isaev A., Jönsson A., Kiirikki M., Kononets M., Kravtchichina M., Kravtsov V., Laima M., Lehtoranta J., Leonov A., Lund-Hansen L., Makarov O., Mekela K., Neelov I., Pakhomova S., Pankratova N., Perttilä M., Petukhov V., Pitkänen H., Rozanov A., Sarkkula J., Väänänen P., Vankevych R. and Vershinin A Environmental investigations at the seafloor using optical and acoustic sensors on “bottom landers”. Publication and oral presentation, OCEANS 05, Washington, USA (2005)



Robert, S., Laima, M J C., Monnet, P., and Pantet, A Étude experimentale integer sur la vase fluide em mesocosme: Relations entre les nutriments. 11th French Congress of Sedimentology, Universite de Caen, Centre of Sedimentology and Paleontology, October 23-27. Caen, France. (2007)


OTHER PUBLICATIONS

Christiansen C., Land-Hansen L.C., Laima M.J.C., Bolding K., Jürgensen C. and Vang T. Modelling of long term transport rates and accumulation of nutrients: The effects of reduced coastal nutrient loads in the Northern Little Belt region.- Final report to the Center for Strategic Environmental Research in Marine Areas, 21 pp. (1994)

Laima M.J.C. Ecossistemas e a perspectiva de desenvolvimento sustentável. A Cidade, Lisboa, edicões Colibri, nr. 10 (Nova Série): 71-81 (1995)

Correia T.P. and Laima M.J.C. A importância da inovacão no ensino universitário: o exemplo da Universidade de Aalborg, Dinamarca. Diário de Notícias- suplemento cultura, 14 de Marco (1996)

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