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  1. 2422.02
  2. 2411.04
  3. 2403.02
  4. 2422.06
  5. 2422
  1. a The Requirement for Exclusive Conformance; Sequences Presented in Drawing Figures
  2. b Plant Material

    A deposit is not necessary for the grant of a plant patent under the provisions of 35 U.S.C. 161- 164. As with other biological material deposited for purposes of patents for inventions under 35 U.S.C. 101, the deposit of plant material together with the written specification must enable those skilled in the art to make and use the claimed invention, in accordance with the requirements of 35 U.S.C. 112.
  3. c Nucleotide and/or Amino Acid Sequence Disclosures in Patent Disclosure in Patent Applications
  4. d After Patent Has Been Granted
  5. e Requirement for Statement Regarding Content of Official and Computer Readable Copies of Sequence Listing

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  1. Replacement May Not Be Recognized
  2. Failure to Replace

    37 CFR 1.805(d) sets forth the Office position that the failure to make a replacement deposit in a case pending before the Office, for example a reissue or reexamination proceeding, where a deposit is considered to be necessary to satisfy the requirements of 35 U.S.C. 112, shall cause the application or patent involved to be treated in any Office proceeding as if no deposit were made. - See more at: http://www.wikilawschool.net/wiki/MPEP_2400#sthash.r1onQWb8.dpuf
  3. Summary of the Requirement of the Sequence Rules
  4. Replacement or Supplement of Deposit
    IN A PENDING APPLICATION
  5. 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.

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  1. 2422.05Reference to Previously Filed Identical Computer Readable Form; Continuing or Dericatiove Applications; Request for Transfer of Computer Readable Form

          

  2. 2404.02Reference to a Deposit in the Specification

    a reference to a biological material, present in an application upon filing, may form the basis for making a deposit, where required, after the filing date of a given application but that the reference to the biological material, itself, cannot be added after filing without risking the prohibited introduction of new matter (35 U.S.C. 132). See the discussion of the Lundak application in MPEP ยง 2406.01. - See more at: http://www.wikilawschool.net/wiki/MPEP_2400#sthash.r1onQWb8.dpuf

          

  3. 2410.02Certification of Statement of Availability of Deposit

          

  4. 2409Viability of Deposit

    Viability may be tested by the depository. The test must conclude only that the deposited material is capable of reproduction. No evidence is necessarily required regarding the ability of the deposited material to perform any function described in the patent application.

          

  5. 2404.01Biological Material That Is Known and Readily Available to the Public

          

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