1.  The Invention


Title (maximum 1 line)




The problem the inventor(s) wanted to solve (maximum 3 lines)


The tenderness of the meat is the critical economical issues after transportation of meat. Over two billions of human livings on our planet don’t have perception for many slaughtering methods.  The novel slaughtering methods compensate the perceptions and quality demands.



Description. Give a general idea of what the invention is about (maximum 5 lines).


A lot innovative method have been established for chicken slaughtering based on different degrees of stunning prior to slaughtering process. Using molecular biomarkers for the detection severe meat pathogens and their toxins have confirmed that the blood and physiological stresses were main reasons for damaging and hydrolysis of meat after stunning. Novel integrated detection systems have been developed for DNA and proteins biosensors to confirm the detection of different slaughtering. 


Presentation. Describe how the invention looks like (maximum 3 lines).


The invention will be explained based on the designed slaughtering system, meat quality and Molecular based-biomarkers using power point and posters. The system will be displayed.

Fields of application (maximum 2 lines)


Food security and Quality Assurance: Meat demands have been increased recently to approximate volume of 300 millions tones.


Advantages (maximum 5 lines)


The slaughtered chicken have shown in their anatomy, no physiological stress, pathological changes or blood related diseases but othrers existing slaughreing procedures have  shown blood congestion in the liver, lungs, pericardium, heart, kidneys and most musculature tissue such as breast, tights, neck and facial areas. The numbers of bacterial species isolated from meat give the clue for our breakthrough invention for tendercheck Microscopic observations for the blood and tissues have clearly verified that  that Novel slaughtering is tender for human consumption and further industrial processing.


Stage of development. Choose one of the following: text only, design, prototype,
pre-production, production item.

Documentation available:  ( ) No   (x) Yes
   If the answer is YES, give details such as: leaflet, brochure, sample, video, website, etc.

2.  The inventor (or inventors)


Name(s) (First name (not in capital letters), followed by FAMILY NAME in
capital letters)

Abd-ElAziem Farouk, GAD
Self introduction. Optional (maximum 3 lines)


German Professor of Molecular Biology and Biotechnology Department of Biology, Faculty of Science, University Brunei Darussalam.  The founder of Biomlecular Engineering Research Unit and the inventors Association Brunei Darussalam. I have over 300 publications, recognitions and awards for my work and innovations.

Owner of the invention? (Is it the inventor?)   ( ) No (x) Yes
    If the answer is NO, indicate the name of the owner (person, company, etc.)

3.  Protection


Patent Status:
    - Patent(s) granted and/or patent(s) pending (= applied for, but not yet granted). In  progress

      Preferably give name of country, and the number of the patent.
    - Utility model, industrial design, trademark

Priority (date of the very first patent application)
Countries where it is in force, if granted


Application of the patent in Progress

4.  Business intention


Selling the patent? Licensing and Cooperation
Looking for investor(s)? Selling the new product? Other?


Looking For Licensing and Cooperation Partners

5.  Contact


Name (the inventor or his/her representative, whether an individual or organization)

Prof. Dr. Abd-ElAziem Farouk Gad


Department of Biology, Faculty of Science, Universiti Brunei Darussalam, Gadong, Tungku Link BE1410, Brunei Darussalam
Fax (+6732461502)      Tel: 006738791378
E-mail: or


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