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  1. 2407.06
  2. 2403
  3. 2424
  4. 2407
  5. 2407.04
  1. a Replacement or Supplement of Deposit
  2. b Treatment of Replacement
    37 CFR 1.805(e)
    where a replacement deposit is permitted and made, the examiner will assume that the same material as described in the patent is accessible from the identified depository unless evidence to the contrary comes to the attention of the Office
  3. c Replacement May Not Be Recognized
  4. d Deposit of Biological Material

    37 CFR 1.801 Biological Material

    For the purposes of these regulations pertaining to the deposit of biological material for purposes of patents for inventions under 35 U.S.C. 101, the term biological material shall include material that is capable of self-replication either directly or indirectly. Representative examples include bacteria, fungi including yeast, algae, protozoa, eukaryotic cells, cell lines, hybridomas, plasmids, viruses, plant tissue cells, lichens and seeds. Viruses, vectors, cell organelles and other non-living material existing in and reproducible from a living cell may be deposited by deposit of the host cell capable of reproducing the non-living material.
  5. e Requirements for Nucleotide and/or Amino Acid Sequences as Part of the Application Papers

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. Sequence Listing Numeric Identifiers
  2. Presumption Regarding Compliance
  3. Box Sequence; Hand Delivery of Sequence Listings and Computer Readable Forms
  4. Application Affected

    The sequence rules require the use of standard symbols and a standard format for sequence data in most sequence-type patent applications. They further require the submission of that data in computer readable form. Compliance is required for most disclosures of sequence data in new applications filed on or after October 1, 1990.
  5. The Requirement for Patent Applications Containing Nucleotide Sequence and/or Amino Acid Sequence Disclosures-the Sequence

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  1. 2427.02Summary of the Requirement of the Sequence Rules

          

  2. 2411Overview of the Sequence Rules

          

  3. 2421.02Future Changes to the Sequence Rules

          

  4. 2411.01Rejections Based on Deposit Issue

          

  5. 2404Deposit of Biological Material

    37 CFR 1.801 Biological Material

    For the purposes of these regulations pertaining to the deposit of biological material for purposes of patents for inventions under 35 U.S.C. 101, the term biological material shall include material that is capable of self-replication either directly or indirectly. Representative examples include bacteria, fungi including yeast, algae, protozoa, eukaryotic cells, cell lines, hybridomas, plasmids, viruses, plant tissue cells, lichens and seeds. Viruses, vectors, cell organelles and other non-living material existing in and reproducible from a living cell may be deposited by deposit of the host cell capable of reproducing the non-living material.

          

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