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A pet, or companion animal, is an animal kept primarily for a person's company or entertainment rather than as a working animal, livestock or a laboratory animal. Popular pets are often considered to have attractive appearances, intelligence and relatable personalities, but some pets may be taken in on an altruistic basis (such as a stray animal) and accepted by the owner regardless of these characteristics.

Certain imidazo[1,2-a]pyrazin-8-ylamines and method of inhibition of bruton's tyrosine kinase by such compounds

Compounds of Formula I-a
and all pharmaceutically-acceptable forms thereof, are described herein.
The variables R1, R2, R3, Z1, Q, and A shown in Formula I-a are defined herein. Pharmaceutical compositions containing one or more compounds of Formula I-a, or a pharmaceutically acceptable form of such compounds, and one or more pharmaceutically acceptable carriers, excipients, or diluents are provided herein. Methods of treating patients suffering from certain diseases responsive to inhibition of tyrosine kinase activity are also given. In certain embodiments the diseases are responsive to inhibition of Btk activity and/or B-cell proliferation. Such methods comprise administering to such patients an amount of a compound of Formula I-a effective to reduce signs or symptoms of the disease. These diseases include cancer, an autoimmune and/or inflammatory disease, or an acute inflammatory reaction. Thus methods of treatment include administering a sufficient amount of a compound or salt as provided herein to decrease the symptoms or slow the progression of these diseases. Other embodiments include methods of treating other animals, including livestock and domesticated companion animals, suffering from a disease responsive to inhibition of kinase activity. Methods of treatment include administering a compound of Formula I-a as a single active agent or administering a compound of Formula I-a in combination with one or more other therapeutic agent. A method for determining the presence of Btk in a sample, comprising contacting the sample with a compound or form thereof of Formula I-a under conditions that permit detection of Btk activity, detecting a level of Btk activity in the sample, and therefrom determining the presence or absence of Btk in the sample.

Contact smart cards having a document core, contactless smart cards including multi-layered structure, pet-based identification document, and methods of making same

The present invention relates to identification documents and smart cards. In one implementation, we provide a smart identification document including a document core. The document core is printed and laminated. The laminated core is milled to create a cavity. An integrated circuitry module is provided in the cavity. In one implementation, the cavity includes an upper cavity and a lower cavity. A laminate layer houses the upper cavity while the lower cavity extends into the document core. The upper cavity's aperture exceeds the aperture of the lower cavity resulting in a ledge in the laminate layer. A portion of the module may rest on the ledge, while another portion of the module may extend into the lower cavity. In another implementation, we provide a contactless smart card including a multi-layered structure. The structure includes a carrier layer including the smart card electronics. The carrier can be permeable (like a mesh or scrim) so that additional layers may be laminated into or through the carrier layer. A multi-layer structure provides a enhanced durability and helps protect the smart card electronics. In still another implementation, we provide a PET-based identification document. The PET-based document includes favorable durability and earth-friendly characteristics.

Wireless operating system utilizing a multi-functional wall station transmitter for a motorized door or gate operator

A wireless operating system (10) utilizing a multi-functional wall station (12) for a motorized door/gate operator includes an operator (50) for controlling the movement of a door/gate (54) between various positions. The system has an operator with a receiver (56) and a wall station transmitter (12) for transmitting a signal (42) to the receiver. The signal initiates separate operator functions in addition to opening and closing of the door/gate. A remote transmitter (70) may send a remote signal (74) received by the receiver, wherein the receiver is capable of distinguishing between the wall station signal (42) and the remote signal (74). The wall station includes a transmitter programming button (24), wherein actuation of the transmitter programming button places the wall station transmitter in a learn mode, and wherein subsequent actuation of the remote transmitter positively identifies the remote transmitter for use with the wall station. A light (66) powered by the operator and a light actuation button (18) provided by the wall station transmitter is included in the system. Actuation of the light actuation button (18) functions to switch the light on or off. A pet height button (22), provided by the wall station transmitter, selectively positions the height of the gate/door (54) from its fully closed position to allow ingress and egress of a pet. A delay-close button (20) closes the door/gate after a predetermined period of time. Actuation of a door installation button (28) sequences the door/gate and said operator through various operational parameters to establish a door operating profile. A keyless entry transmitter (80) and a second wall station may also control the operator.

Tracking System and Portable Virtual Fence

InactiveUS20090002188A1Substantial battery lifePosition fixationSatellite radio beaconingModem deviceTransceiver
A tracking system includes a global positioning system (GPS) module and a modem for mobile communications both attached to a pet (or other trackee), and a virtual fence (which includes a base station sending a signal to a certain range and a receiver attached to the pet (or other trackee) and receiving the signal sent by a base station when the receiver is within the range of the base station). A portable virtual fence system includes a signal-sending base station, and a signal-receiver worn by a to-be-fenced pet or other trackee. Advantageously, the base station is portable. The size of the virtual fence can be expanded to fit any shaped geometry using signal repeater or transceiver devices. In addition, more than one pet can be tracked using a single virtual fence and base station. Upon confirmation that a trackee has breached the fence and should be tracked, a service center can provide location information of the trackee as well directions to the trackee by voice or transmission of mapping and other imaging displays to the responsible party seeking to locate the trackee. Power management is enhanced by either turning off the power to the tracking devices (e.g., GPS or GSM or other device) after a report, or by dynamically varying the time reports are made without deactivating the tracking devices.
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