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5 Matching questions

  1. 2411.01
  2. 2426
  3. 2406.03
  4. 2422.04
  5. 2410.02
  1. a Amendments to or Replacement of Sequence Listing and Computer Readable Copy Thereof
  2. b Certification of Statement of Availability of Deposit
  3. c The Requirement for a Computer Readable Copy of the Offical Copy of the Sequence Listing
  4. d Rejections Based on Deposit Issue
  5. e Possible Loss of U.S. Filing Date in Other Countries

    caution that in many countries the deposit must be made before the filing date of the priority application in order to obtain foreign priority rights.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Reference to Previously Filed Identical Computer Readable Form; Continuing or Dericatiove Applications; Request for Transfer of Computer Readable Form
  2. Box Sequence; Hand Delivery of Sequence Listings and Computer Readable Forms
  3. Informational Requirements for the Sequence Listing
  4. Summary of the Requirement of the Sequence Rules
  5. Biological Material That Can be Made or Isolated without undue Experimentation

5 True/False questions

  1. 2403Deposit 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.

          

  2. 2409Deposit 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.

          

  3. 2405The Deposit Rules

    Where the invention involves a biological material and words alone cannot sufficiently describe how to make and use the invention in a reproducible manner, access to the biological material may be necessary for the satisfaction of the statutory requirements for patentability under 35 U.S.C. 112.

          

  4. 2410Examination Procedures

          

  5. 2435Publishing of Patents and Patent Application Publications With Lengthy Sequence Listings