PIUG 2007 Boston Biotechnology Meeting
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Monday, February 12, 2007 – 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
PIUG 2007 Boston Biotechnology Meeting Papers – February 2007
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A Brief History of Patent Sequence, Elyse Turner, Merck & Co., Inc.
GENESEQ – Guidelines and policies, Colin Williams, Thomson Scientific
All about WIPO – A Comparative Review of Sources of WIPO Sequence Data, Robert Austin, FIZ Karlsruhe
To PSIPS and Beyond – Exploring the Content and Utility of USGENE, Robert Austin, FIZ Karlsruhe
Uses of PatGenDB an Automated Compilation of Patent Genomic Data, Hugo Villar, PatentInformatics
The Role That Sequence Searches Play in Patent Prosecution and FTO Analysis, Mario Cloutier, Millennium Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
Search Strategies for Oligonucleotides and Proteins, Gregory E. Roland
Patent Analysis of Short Sequence, Dr. Kamalakar Gulukota, Gene-IT, Inc.
Which Date? Finding the Publicly Accessible Date in a Sequence Prior Art Search, Kenneth L. Hoppe, Pfizer Inc
Understanding and Editing of Genomic Repetitive Sequences within Nucleic Acid Strings, Steve Chappell Mitchell, Technology & Patent Research International, Inc.
Freedom-To-Operate Patent Searches for Selecting Sequences of Drug Targets, Heahyun Yoo, Bristol Myers Squibb Company
CAS’ Coverage of Sequences in REGISTRY, Barbara Vieira, CAS
CAS Registry BLAST® Tips and Tricks, Lora Burgess, CAS
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