PIUG 2008 Boston Biotechnology Meeting
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Thursday, February 14, 2008
PIUG 2008 Boston Biotechnology Meeting Papers – February 2008
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Session I: Searchers in the Field
Preamble to Searching, Elyse Turner, Merck & Co., Inc.
Sequence Searching at the European Patent Office, Bernard Piret, European Patent Office (EPO)
The Automated Biotech Sequence Search System, ABSS, System Reviewed, Paula Sheppard, Scientific and Technical Information Center (STIC), United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPT0)
Getting to Yes: What Patent Attorneys Want to Learn from a Sequence Search, Joan Switzer, Merck & Co. Inc. (Presentation file not available.)
Use of Patent Classification and Manual Codes to Assist with Retrieval of Antibody Patents: Patents and Sequences Related to Therapeutic Antibodies Directed Against Multiple Myeloma Antigens, Alison Taylor, Threshold Information, Inc
Searching Biotech Devices: The Proficient Trapping of Boojums, Kristine H. Atkinson, Boston Scientific Corporation
Similarity Searching for Antibody Sequences, Alice K. Goshorn, Amgen (Presentation not available.)
Session II: Details on Databases and Strategies for Searching
GENESEQ – Status and New Content Update, Colin Williams, Thomson Scientific (Presentation not available.)
Where is My Sequence? Feature/Notes Table, Uncommon Amino Acids, and Wildcards (Presentation not available.), Ken Hoppe, ScienceIP
Ensuring a Thorough Sequence Patent Search, Dr. Kamalakar Gulukota, GenomeQuest Inc.
The Good, The Bad and The Ugly – The Truth about Sequence Listing Submissions and Consequences for Comprehensive IP Searching, James A. Coburn, Harbor Consulting IP Services, Inc.
The SECOND Most Obvious Places to Search Sequences, Don Walter and Brian Larner, Thomson Scientific
Structure Searching for Small Sequences in the CAS REGISTRY File, Lora Burgess, Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS) (Presentation not available.)
Synergies and Surprises – USGENE and DGENE Multifile Patent Sequence Searching on STN, Rob Austin, FIZ Karlsruhe Inc.
Putting It All Together, Elyse Turner, Merck & Co., Inc. (Presentation not available.)
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