Non-Redundant Patent Sequences - Patented Sequence Database

What you can do:
Find information about patented nucleotide and protein sequences.
  • This database is a collection of non-redundant patent sequence databases, which cover the EMBL-Bank nucleotides patent class and the patent protein databases and contain value-added annotations from patent documents.
  • The databases were created at two levels by the use of sequence MD5 checksums.
  • Sequences within a level-1 cluster are 100% identical over their whole length.
  • Level-2 clusters were defined by sub-grouping level-1 clusters based on patent family information.
  • Value-added annotations, such as publication number corrections, earliest publication dates and feature collations, significantly enhance the quality of the data, allowing for better tracking and cross-referencing.
  • patent
  • patents
  • patented sequence
  • patented DNA
  • patent gene
  • gene patents
  • protein patents
  • patented protein
This record last updated: 05-05-2010
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