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  • 1 STN Patent Basics
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  • 2 Patent Terminology Patent Definition A patent is an agreement between an inventor and a country. The agreement permits the owner to exclude others from making, using or selling the claimed invention.
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  • 3 The Patenting Process An inventor or organization (the patent assignee) files a patent application in each country in which patent protection is sought. Each countrys patent office puts the application through an examination process to determine if the invention meets that countrys criteria for a patent. For example, in the U.S., a patent must represent an invention that is (1) novel, ( 2) non-obvious, and (3) has utility. Patent Terminology
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  • 4 If the invention disclosed in the application meets the countrys criteria for a patent, the patent is granted and the inventor has patent protection in that country. Patent Terminology
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  • 5 Patent Applications In each patent office in which an application is filed, an Application Number and an Application Date are assigned to the document. The first filing application is considered the Priority Application and the date of this application is the Priority Application Date. Application = Deposito
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  • 6 Filing Conventions The Paris Convention for the Protection of Intellectual Property directs that Subsequent filings must be made within one year (6 months for design patents), to seek protection to the Priority Application Date Subsequent filings will include the Priority Application Number and Date, in addition to the new filing Application Number and Date The earliest publication (generally a published application) for public inspection will be 18 months from the priority filing
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  • 7 Filing Conventions
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  • 8 Publishing Countries
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  • 9 Slow-publishing countries publish only the granted patent approximately 24 months or more after the priority application is filed. Examples: Austria Israel Switzerland Publishing Countries
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  • 10 Patent Families All of the published patent applications from various countries and the subsequently granted patents on an invention are commonly referred to as patent equivalents. Bear in mind, they are not true equivalents. Each patent issuing authority may have different regulations for filing, and a different interpretation of the invention.
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  • 11 Closely-Related Members A group of patent equivalents make up a patent family. Members of a closely-related patent family have a common priority application number and date. These family members are usually included in a single record in the online database. Patent Families
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  • 12 Patent Families Closely-Related Members
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  • 13 Extended Members Extended patent family members typically result from complex relationships (such as multiple, yet at least one common, priority applications from different countries or relationships resulting from divisions, continuations, or continuations-in-part): Division - Results when a patent office decides that an application's claims are too broad for a single patent and splits the application into divisional applications, each claiming a different invention Patent Families
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  • 14 Continuation - Results from a second or subsequent application being filed while the original application is pending Continuation-in-Part (CIP) - Results from a second or subsequent application being filed, which includes new material, while the original application is pending A database producer may create additional records to capture any new information that may be reported in these family members. Extended Members Patent Families
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  • 15 Example of a patent family with an extended member This example shows how a Continuation- in-Part of the priority applica- tion creates an extended patent family member. STN has search tools and display formats for identifying both closely-related and extended patent family members. Extended Members Patent Families
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  • 16 The 'Basic Patent' The Basic Patent is typically the first family member identified for abstracting and indexing into a database. This term has no legal meaning; the basic for one database producer may not be the basic for another producer.
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  • 17 STN Patent Databases
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  • 18 Patent Family Coverage STN Patent Databases
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  • 19 Patent Family Coverage STN Patent Databases
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  • 20 Single Country Coverage STN Patent Databases
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  • 21 Single Country Coverage STN Patent Databases
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  • 22 Single Country Coverage STN Patent Databases
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  • 23 Specific Subject Coverage STN Patent Databases
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  • 24 Specific Subject Coverage STN Patent Databases
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  • 25 Cas Patent Coverage About 50 Authorities Core patent-issuing authorities: DE, EP, FR, GB, JP, US, WO Bibliografic information in 2 days Patents fully indexed in 27 days
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  • 26 Derwent Patent Coverage About 50 Authorities New File, WPIFV, added to STN
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  • 27 Patents Work in Progress Full Value-Add DWPI First View DWPI Derwent World Patents Index First View
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  • 28 Timeliness* depends on the delivery of the data other authorities 2-7 daysJP 2-8 daysDE 2-9 daysEP 7-10 daysUS 2-8 daysWO *April 2004
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  • 29 INPADOC contains unique legal status content 71 patent-issuing authorities are covered Individual records are made for each application from one issuing authority Legal status information is available for 33 patent- issuing authorities Author abstracts available from 1999 for 25 authorities INPADOC Coverage
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  • 30 ACCESSION NUMBER: 1997:443243 CAPLUS DOCUMENT NUMBER: 127:65641 TITLE: Process for preparing acetoxyazetidinone derivative and intermediates thereof INVENTOR(S): Ohmizu, Hiroshi; Seki, Masahiko PATENT ASSIGNEE(S): Tanabe Seiyaku Co., Ltd., Japan SOURCE: Eur. Pat. Appl., 25 pp. CODEN: EPXXDW DOCUMENT TYPE: Patent LANGUAGE: English FAMILY ACC. NUM. COUNT: 1 Patent Records Number of CAplus records covering members of the patent family. CAplus The title is often written by CAS editors Patent assignee thesaurus
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  • 31 PATENT INFORMATION: PATENT NO. KIND DATE APPLICATION NO. DATE --------------- ---- -------- --------------- -------- EP 774463 A1 19970521 EP 96-118381 19961115 R: AT, BE, CH, DE, DK, ES, FI, FR, GB, GR, IE, IT, LI, LU, MC, NL, PT, SE JP 09143156 A2 19970603 JP 95-299524 19951117 US 5831091 A 19981103 US 96-743834 19961105 CA 2190408 AA 19970518 CA 96-2190408 19961115 CN 1154367 A 19970716 CN 96-120526 19961118 PRIORITY APPLN. INFO.: JP 95-299524 19951117 OTHER SOURCE(S): CASREACT 127:65641; MARPAT 127:65641 Priority application is from Japan Closely-related family members KIND code gives the stage of a published patent "Basic" patent Patent Records CAplus
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  • 32 GI (continued on next page) Many CAplus records include a graphic image Patent Records CAplus
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  • 33 AB The The N-[2-(1-hydroxyethyl)-3-oxopropyl]amines I (the benzene ring may be substituted; W = O, S; Y = O, S, NR, R = H or a substituent; Z = a substituted methylene group which contains at least one o o o Thus, the benzoxazinone deriv. III (R3 = H), prepd. In 3 steps from salicylamide and (-)-menthone, was treated with TiCl4 and Et3N in CH2Cl2 followed by acetaldehyde to give adduct III (R3 = (R)-HOCMeH), which underwent oxidative cleavage to give (2S)-3- amino-2((1R)-1-hydroxyethyl)propionic acid. IC ICM C07D265-22 ICS C07D413-06; C07F007-18; C07D205-08 CC 26-5 (Biomolecules and Their Synthetic Analogs) ST acetoxyazetidinone intermediate prepn; azetidinone acetoxy intermediate The abstract is written by CAS editors and may include an example sentence. Patent Records CAplus
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  • 34 IT Lactams RL: PNU (Preparation, unclassified); PREP (Preparation) (.beta.-; prepn. of acetoxyazetidinone deriv. and intermediates) IT 3339-73-9P, 3-Phthalimidopropionic acid 76855-69-1P 109323-89-9P 109323-90-2P 120236-27-3P 178042-89-2P 178395-70-5P 178395-71-6P 180797-96-0P 180797-97-1P 180797-98-2P 180797-99-3P 180798-01-0P 191275-04-4P 191275-05-5P 191275-06-6P RL: IMF (Industrial manufacture); RCT (Reactant); SPN (Synthetic preparation); PREP (Preparation) (prepn. of acetoxyazetidinone deriv. and intermediates) o o o Substances are identified by their unique CAS RN's and include ROLE indexing. Patent Records CAplus
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  • 35 ACCESSION NUMBER: 97-282888 [26] WPINDEX DOC. NO. CPI: C97-091064 TITLE:Preparation of acetoxy-azetidinone derivatives - useful as intermediates for beta-lactam antibiotics. DERWENT CLASS: B02 B03 INVENTOR(S): OHMIZU, H; SEKI, M PATENT ASSIGNEE(S): (TANA) TANABE SEIYAKU CO; (TANA) TANABE PHARM CO LTD COUNTRY COUNT: 23 Enhanced title Standardized patent assignee code for "well published" organizations (typically more than 50 WPI records) Patent Records Wpindex
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  • 36 PATENT INFORMATION: PATENT