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File Description [top]

The CLAIMS®/U.S. PATENTS database (File 340) produced by the IFI CLAIMS(R) Patent Services, provides access to over 4.6 million United States patents issued by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) since 1950. This is the largest collection of U.S. patent references available in an online database. Published pre-grant applications(available from March 2001) and issued patents published for the same application number are combined in a single merged record

From 1971 forward, the CLAIMS records include all information found on the front page of a U.S. patent document plus exemplary and non-exemplary claims. Earlier records contain basic bibliographic data and the exemplary claims only. Provisional application data is also included. Business-method patent indexing is available from 2001 forward. Published pre-grant publications often do not include assignees, so a Probable Assignee field is generated by IFI from various sources such as reassignment data. In 2006, the new International Patent Classification Reform (version 8) was applied to patents from 1950 forward, providing users greater flexibility in IPC searching.

The CLAIMS®/UNITERM (File 341) and CLAIMS® /COMPREHENSIVE (File 942) databases contain the same patent records, but also include in-depth controlled indexing for chemical and chemically-significant patents from 1950 forward. File 341 is publicly available but is limited to 12 hours per year without a subscription. File 942 can be accessed only by subscribers.

Related CLAIMS files: CLAIMS®/CURRENT PATENT LEGAL STATUS (CLS) (File 123) covers patent post-issue actions such as reassignments, extensions, reexaminations, and disclaimers. CLAIMS® /REFERENCE (File 124) contains an online version of the USPTO Manual of Classification and the general term indexing thesaurus used with Files 341 and 942. CLAIMS®/CITATION (Files 220, 221, and 222) provides examiner cited and citing patent numbers. CLAIMS® /COMPOUND REGISTRY (File 242) is a dictionary of IFI's chemical compound vocabulary.



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Subject Coverage [top]

The CLAIMS patent database contains all granted U.S. chemical patents from 1950 forward. Mechanical and electrical patents, reissues, defensive publications, and statutory invention registrations (S.I.R.) are included from 1963 foreward. Design and plant patents are available from December 1976 forward. Pre-grant published applications are available from March 2001 forward.


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Dates Covered: 1950+ chemical patents; 1963+ electrical and mechanical patents; December 1976+ design and plant patents; March 2001+ pre-grant published applications (File 340)
1950+ chemical patents; 1963+ electrical and mechanical patents; December 1976+ design and plant patents; March 2001+ pre-grant published applications (File 341)
1950+ chemical patents; 1963+ electrical and mechanical patents; December 1976+ design and plant patents; March 2001+ pre-grant published applications (File 942)
Selected records 12/82 to 3/83 (File 279)
File Size: 6.2 million patents as of May 2009 (File 340)
6.2 million patents as of April 2009 (File 341)
6.2 million patents as of May 2009 (File 942)
18,000 Patents (File 279)
Update Frequency: Twice weekly (File 340)
Monthly UNITERM Indexing (File 341)
Monthly Chemical Indexing (File 942)
Closed (File 279)


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  • Bibliographic Records


Document Types Indexed [top]

  • Patents


Geographic Coverage [top]

  • International


Geographic Restrictions [top]

  • None


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PATAMER American Patents
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PATENTUS U.S. Patents
PHARMPAT Pharmaceutical Patents
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TECHPAT Technology Patents


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    DIALOG(R)File 340:CLAIMS(R)/US Patents 
    (c) 2009 IFI/CLAIMS(r) All rights reserved. 
     
    3576606   0135954 
  /TI  C/(A1) PREPARATION OF TRIS (TRIMETHYLSILYL) SILYLETHYL ESTERS; REACTING 
    2-(TRIS(TRIMETHYLSILYL)SILYL)ETHYL ACETATE WITH AN ALCOHOL IN THE 
    PRESENCE OF A CATALYST TO FORM 2-(TRIS(TRIMETHYLSILYL)SILYL)ETHANOL, THEN 
    REACTING IT WITH A (METH)ACRYLATE ESTER 
      (B2) PREPARATION OF TRIS (TRIMETHYLSILYL) SILYLETHYL ESTERS; REACTING 
    2-(TRIS(TRIMETHYLSILYL)SILYL)ETHYL ACETATE WITH AN ALCOHOL IN PRESENCE 
    CATALYST; REACTING 2-(TRIS(TRIMETHYLSILYL)-SILYL)ETHANOL WITH A 
    (METH)ACRYLATE TO FORM 2-(TRIS(TRIMETHYLSILYL)SILYL)ETHYL (METH)ACRYLATE 
  DT=  Document Type: UTILITY; Patent Application-First Publication 
  AU=  Inventors: Hasegawa Koji (JP); Kinsho Takeshi (JP); Kiyomori Ayumu (JP); 
        Kubota Tohru (JP); Watanabe Takeru (JP) 
  IV=  Inventor Name & Address: Hasegawa, Koji, Nakakubiki-gun, JP; Kinsho, 
    Takeshi, Nakakubiki-gun, JP; Kiyomori, Ayumu, Nakakubiki-gun, JP; 
    Kubota, Tohru, Nakakubiki-gun, JP; Watanabe, Takeru, Nakakubiki-gun, JP 
  PA=  Assignee: (A1) Unassigned Or Assigned To Individual 
              (B2) Shin-Etsu Chemical Co Ltd JP 
  PL=  Assignee Code: (A1) 68000; (B2) 06692 
  PA=, PS=  Probable Assignee: (A1) Shin-Etsu Chemical Co., Ltd., Tokyo, JP 
  CS=  Assignee Name & Address: (A1) Unassigned 
        (B2) Shin-Etsu Chemical Co., Ltd., Tokyo, JP 
  RR=,FF=  Preissuance Assignment Actions Reel/Frame Numbers: 011604/0964 
  EX=,AR=  Primary Examiner: Shaver, Paul F (Art Unit 161) 
  LR=  Attorney, Agent or Firm: Millen, White, Zelano & Branigan PC 
     
                         Publication                Application 
                           Number     Kind Date       Number       Date 
                        -------------- -- -------- -------------- -------- 
  PC=,PN=,PD=                      US 20010007909 A1 20010712 US 2001754320  20010105 
  PC=,PN=,PD=                      US 6291696     B2 20010918 US 2001754320  20010105 
  AC=,AN=,AD=  Priority Applic:                               JP 2000888     20000106 
  ED=,EM=,EY=  Calculated Expiration: 20210105 
     
  /AB  Abstract: (US 20010007909 A1) 
    An industrially acceptable process for preparing 
    2(tris(trimethylsilyl)silyl)ethyl (meth)acrylate in high yields involves 
    reacting 2-(tris(trimethylsilyl)silyl)ethyl acetate with an alcohol in the 
    presence of a catalyst to form 2(tris(trimethylsilyl)silyl)ethanol, then 
    reacting it with a (meth)acrylate ester. 
     
  /AB  Abstract: (US 6291696 Granted) 
    An industrially acceptable process for preparing 
    2(tris(trimethylsilyl)silyl)ethyl (meth)acrylate in high yields involves 
    reacting 2-(tris(trimethylsilyl)silyl)ethyl acetate with an alcohol in the 
    presence of a catalyst to form 2(tris(trimethylsilyl)silyl)ethanol, then 
    reacting it with a (meth)acrylate ester. 
     
    Number of Claims: (A1) 3; (B2) 11 
    Exemplary Claim Numbers:  (B2) 1 
    Independent Claim Numbers:  10 
     
  /BC,/CM,/TX  Exemplary Claim: (US 20010007909 A1) 
    1. A process for preparing 2-(tris(trimethylsilyl)silyl)-ethyl 
       (meth)acrylate, comprising the steps of reacting 
       2(tris(trimethylsilyl)silyl)ethyl acetate with an alcohol in the 
       presence of  a catalyst to form 2-(tris(trimethylsilyl)-silyl) ethanol, 
       then reacting it  with a (meth)acrylate to form 
       2(tris(trimethylsilyl)silyl)ethyl (meth)acrylate. 
     
    Exemplary Claim: (US 6291696 Granted) 
    1. A process for preparing 2-(tris(trimethylsilyl)silyl)-ethyl 
       (meth)acrylate, comprising the steps of reacting 
       2(tris(trimethylsilyl)silyl)ethyl acetate with an alcohol in the 
       presence of a catalyst to form 2-(tris(trimethylsilyl)-silyl) ethanol, 
       then reacting the 2-(tris(trimethylsilyl)-silyl)ethanol with a 
       (meth)acrylate to form 2-(tris(trimethylsilyl)silyl)ethyl 
       (meth)acrylate. 
     
    Non-exemplary Claims: (US 20010007909 A1) 
    2. The process of claim 1 wherein the catalyst is a Lewis acid. 
    3. The process of claim 1 wherein the catalyst is a Lewis acid containing 
       Al, B, Sn or Ti. 
     
    Non-exemplary Claims: (US 6291696 Granted) 
    2. The process of claim 1 wherein the catalyst is a Lewis acid. 
    3. The process of claim 1 wherein the catalyst is a Lewis acid containing 
       Al, B, Sn or Ti. 
         (...) 
  CL=  Main US Class: 556440000 
      on document: 564400000 
  CE=  Field of Search (US Class): 556440000 
     
  IC=, ICA=, ICC=  International Patent Class (on document) 
     Main: C07F-007/08; C07F-007/08 
    International Patent Class (v8 + Attributes) - Advanced 
    IPC + Level Value Position Status Version Action Source Office: 
      C07F-0007/08     A I   R 20060101 20051008 M EP 
     
    U.S. References Cited: 
      Patent       Date 
      Number      YYYYMM     Class      Inventor 
    ----------    ------  ------------  ---------- 
  RF=  US 4946977    199008  556440000     Bernhardt et al. 
    US 5646325    199707  556440000     Monkiewicz et al. 
         (...) 
    Other References Cited: 
  RF=  Brook et al., "A New Anlon Rearrangement Involving Silyl Migration to 
        Oxygen," Organometallics, vol. 3, pp. 1317-1318 (1984). 
         (...) 
     

(The following fields are available only in Files 341, 942)

     
  CN=,UN=  General Codes: (A1) 00139; 00784; 00903; 00906; 01754; 02029; 03128, 10; 
        03176, 10; 04033, 10; 04274, 30; 06232 30; 07197, 10 20; 07548, 20; 
        10001, 20; 10102, 20; 10105, 20; 10201, 20 
        (B2) 00903; 02029; 03128, 10; 03176; 04033; 04274, 30; 06232; 07197, 20 
        ; 07548; 10001; 10102; 10105; 10201 
  CP=,UT=  General Terms: (A1) ALCOHOLYSIS; BY-PRODUCTS; CATALYSIS; CATALYSTS/OTHER/; 
        DISTRIBUTION; ESTERIFICATION; LEWIS ACIDS, 10; LITHOGRAPHY, 10; 
        PHOTORESISTS, 10; POLYSILOXANES, 30; PROCESS, 30; ALCOHOLS, 10 20; 
        CATALYSTS/UNDEFINED/, 20; CATALYSTS/CT/, 20; METAL FRAGMENTS - 
        ORGANIC/CT/, 20; SILICON FRAGMENTS - ORGANIC/CT/, 20; CONDENSATION 
        POLYMERS/CT/, 20 
        (B2) CATALYSIS; ESTERIFICATION; LEWIS ACIDS, 10; LITHOGRAPHY; 
        PHOTORESISTS; POLYSILOXANES, 30; PROCESS; ALCOHOLS, 20; 
        CATALYSTS/UNDEFINED/; CATALYSTS/CT/; METAL FRAGMENTS - ORGANIC/CT/; 
        SILICON FRAGMENTS - ORGANIC/CT/; CONDENSATION POLYMERS/CT/ 
  FC=, UN=  Fragment Codes: (A1) 30003 30004 309671 31081 32745 33775 34138 34198 34201 
        34202 37754 46731 47001 47008 47008 47009 47010 17013 47015 47016 47017 
        20 30;30003 30004 32744 32745 33781 34198 47000 47005 47009 47013, 10 20 
        (B2) 30003 30004 30286 30970 30971 33775 34138 34198 46731, 20; 
        30003 30004 32744 32745 33775 33781 34138 34198 46731, 20; 30003 30004 
        30005 30286 30970 30971 31080 31081 33775 34138 34198 46731, 30 
  FT=,UT=  Fragment Terms: (A1) ACYCLIC (P)--ACYCLIC (M)--F CO2 CARBOXYLIC ESTER FG, 
        O=C-O (P-1)--F C2 DOUBLE BOND FG, C=C (P-1)--F HO HYDROXY FG, OH (P-1) 
        --F OTHER FG (M)--F RARE FG (M)--FG ON ALIPHATIC CARBON (M)--FG ON CH2 
        (M)--FG ON CH3 (M)--TWO CARBON ATOMS BETWEEN FG'S (M)--F SI4 GENERIC FG 
        --FG'S PRESENT, 2 (M)--ALKYL CHAINS PRESENT, 4+ (M)--ALKYL CHAIN 
        ATTACHMENTS, 1 (M)--ALKYL CHAIN ATTACHMENTS, 2 (M)--ALKYL CHAIN 
        ATTACHED TO HETERO ATOM OR MET--ALKYL CHAIN, UNBRANCHED (M)--ALKYL 
                               (...) 
        (B2) ACYCLIC (P)--ACYCLIC (M)--F CARBOXYLIC ACID, ESTER, HALIDE, 
        ANHYDRID--F CO2 CARBOXYLIC ESTER FG, O=C-O (M)--F CO2 CARBOXYLIC ESTER 
        FG, O=C-O (P-1)--F OTHER FG (M)--F RARE FG (M)--FG ON ALIPHATIC CARBON 
                               (...) 
  CN=,UN=  Compound Codes: (A1) 50022, 20; 50129, 10; 50438, 10 20; 50649, 10; 50659, 
        10; 50899, 20; 50922, 20; 53372, 30; 56186, 20; 57426, 20; 60482, 10 
        (B2) 50022, 20; 50129, 10; 50649, 10; 50659, 10; 50899, 20; 50922, 20; 
        56186, 20; 57426, 20; 60482, 10 
  CP=,UT=  Compound Terms: (A1) ACRYLIC ACID, METHYL ESTER, 20; BORON FLUORIDE, BF3, 
        10; METHANOL, 10 20; TIN, DIBUTYLDICHLORO-, 10; TITANIUM CHLORIDE, 
        TICL4, 10; ACRYLIC ACID, BUTYL ESTER, 20; METHACRYLIC ACID, METHYL 
        ESTER, 20; ACETIC ACID, METHYL ESTER, 30; METHACRYLIC ACID, ETHYL ESTER 
        , 20; ACRYLIC ACID, PROPYL ESTER, 20; ALUMINUM CHLORIDE, ALCL3, 10 
        (B2) ACRYLIC ACID, METHYL ESTER, 20; BORON FLUORIDE, BF3, 10; TIN, 
        DIBUTYLDICHLORO-, 10; TITANIUM CHLORIDE, TICL4, 10; ACRYLIC ACID, BUTYL 
        ESTER, 20; METHACRYLIC ACID, METHYL ESTER, 20; METHACRYLIC ACID, ETHYL 
        ESTER, 20; ACRYLIC ACID, PROPYL ESTER, 20; ALUMINUM CHLORIDE, ALCL3, 10 
     
     

BUSINESS METHOD PATENT

 
    DIALOG(R)File 340:CLAIMS(R)/US Patents 
    (c) 2009 IFI/CLAIMS(R). All rights reserved. 
     
    3575556   4288346 
  /TI  M/ APPARATUS AND METHOD FOR MONITORING AND COMMUNICATING WELLNESS 
    PARAMETERS OF  AMBULATORY PATIENTS; Two-way communications for remote 
    patient wellness monitoring by a medical professional, weight 
    management professional or nutritionist, cost efficient, medical 
    benefits 
  DT=  Document Type: UTILITY; BUSINESS METHOD 
  AU=  Inventors: Cosentino Judith A (US); Cosentino Louis C (US); Dorfe Steven 
    George (US); Duea Duane Robert (US); Duea Michael John (US); Nubson 
    Richard C (US) 
  IV=  Inventor Name & Address: Cosentino, Judith A., Excelsior, MN, (US); 
  IL=  Cosentino, Louis C., Excelsior, MN, (US); Dorfe, Steven George, Maple 
    Grove, MN, (US); Duea, Duane Robert, Apple Valley, MN, (US); Duea, 
    Michael John, Savage, MN, (US); Nubson, Richard C., Eden Prairie, MN, 
    (US) 
  PA=  Assignee: Cardiocom 
  CS=,PL=  Assignee Name & Address: Cardiocom, Excelsior, MN 
  RR=,FF=  Preissuance Assignment Actions Reel/Frame Numbers: 010102/0525 
  EX=,AR=  Primary Examiner: Winakur, Eric F (Art Unit 376) 
    Assistant Examiner: Astorino, Michael 
  LR=  Attorney, Agent or Firm: Merchant & Gould P.C. 
     
                        Publication                Application 
                           Number     Kind Date       Number       Date 
                        -------------- -- -------- -------------- -------- 
  PC=,PN=,PD=                      US 6290646     B1 20010918 US 99293619    19990416 
                     (Cited in 034 later patents) 
  AC=,AN=,AD=  Priority Applic:                               US 99293619    19990416 
  ED=,EM=,EY=  Calculated Expiration: 20190416 
     
    Abstract: 
  /AB  The monitoring device incorporates transducing devices for converting the 
    desired measured parameters into electrical signals capable of being 
    processed by a local computer or microprocessor system. The device 
    interacts with the ambulatory patient and then, via a modem or other 
    electronic communication device, transmits the measured parameters to a 
    computer located at a remote site. At the remote location, the various 
    indicia of the ambulatory patient's condition are monitored and analyzed by 
    the medical professional caregiver. To provide the ambulatory patient with 
    an added level of convenience and ease of use, such monitoring device is 
    contained in a single integrated package. 
     
    Number of Claims: 29 
    Exemplary Claim Numbers:  1 
     _Exemplary Claim: 
                           D R A W I N G 
     
  /BC,/CM,/TX       1. A system for monitoring a ambulatory patient and establishing 
       communication to a caregiver regarding the wellness parameters of such 
       an ambulatory patient between a first location and a remote central 
       office location, said system comprising: a monitoring apparatus at said 
       first location comprising: (a) a physiological parameter transducing 
       device, said device generating an electronic signal representative of 
       the value of the physiological parameter being monitored; (b) a central 
         (...) 
    Non-exemplary Claims: 
  /BC,/CM,/TX  2. The system according to claim 1 wherein said integrated unit comprises: 
       a base, said base including said physiological parameter transducing 
       device; a housing, said housing including said central processor device, 
       said electronic receiver/transmitter communication device, said input 
       device and said output device; and a support member, said support member 
       having a first end connected to said base and a second end connected to 
       said housing. 
    3. The system according to claim 1 further comprising means for determining 
       whether said patient requires hospitalization or medication adjustments 
       based on said wellness parameters. 
    4. The system according to claim 1, wherein said communication device is a 
       modem. 
    5. The system according to claim 1, wherein said communication is over an 
       RS-232 connection. 
         (...) 
  CL=  Main US Class: 600300000 
      on document: 603000000 
  CL=  Cross Ref US Class: 128903000; 128904000; 705002000 
          on document: 128903000; 128904000; 705002000 
  CE=  Field of Search (US Class): 128900000; 128901000; 128902000; 128903000; 
        128904000;128905000; 128920000; 128921000; 128922000; 128923000; 
         (...) 
     
  IC=, ICA=, ICC=  International Patent Class (on document) 
    Main: A61B-005/00 
    International Patent Class (v8 + Attributes) - Advanced 
    IPC + Level Value Position Status Version Action Source Office: 
      A61B-0005/00     A I   R 20060101 20051008 M EP 
      A61N-0001/372    A N   R 20060101 20051008 M EP 
      G01G-0019/44     A I   R 20060101 20051008 M EP 
    International Patent Class (v8 + Attributes) - Core 
      A61B-0005/00     C I   R 20060101 20051008 M EP 
      A61N-0001/372    C N   R 20060101 20051008 M EP 
      G01G-0019/00     C I   R 20060101 20051008 M EP 
     
    U.S. References Cited: 
      Patent       Date 
      Number      YYYYMM     Class      Inventor 
    ----------    ------  ------------  ---------- 
  RF=  US RE32361    198702                Duggan 
    US 3925762    197512                Heitlinger et al. 
                  (...) 
    US 6113540    200009   600300000    Iliff 
     
    Foreign References Cited: 
      Patent          Date 
      Number         YYYYMM     Class 
    ----------       ------  ------------ 
  CT=  DE 4335869       199410 
    JP 9173304       199707 
     
    Other References Cited: 
  RF=  "Technology to Help Meet Standards and Reduce Costs", Alere Medical 
        Incorporated, 6 pages (1998). 
                       (...) 
     
    Number of Drawing Sheets Issued: 10 
    Number of Figures in Patent: 14 
  BI=  Business Method Indexing: AMBULATORY MEDICAL SYSTEMS; BODY WEIGHTS; 
        COMMUNICATION DEVICES; COMMUNICATIONS; COST EFFICIENCY; HEALTH CARE 
        MANAGEMENT; INFRARED; INTERNET; MEDICAL BENEFITS; METHOD; MODEMS; 
        MONITORING; PACEMAKER DATA INPUTS; PACEMAKERS; PATIENT CONDITIONS 
        MONITORING; PATIENT MONITORING SYSTEMS; PATIENTS; POWER-LINE CARRIER 
        COMMUNICATION DEVICES; QUERIES; QUERYING; RADIO FREQUENCY TRANSCEIVERS; 
        RADIO TELEMETRY; REMOTE COMMUNICATIONS; RESPONDING; RF TRANSCEIVERS; 
        SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS; SCORING; SIGNAL GENERATION; SIGNAL PROCESSING 
        ; SYSTEM; TELEPHONE TELEMETRY; WELLNESS FACTORS 
     


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S HALOGEN/TX
S SILICON(W)OXIDE/TX

1 All chemical names are indexed as complete individual words and chemically significant segments of words. Words such as GLUCOPYRANOSYL can be searched by either segment, e.g., GLUCO or PYRANOSYL; for segments that may also be complete words, use /FW, e.g., S PYRANOSYL/FW. Locants, i.e., numbers indicating the position of a chemical group within the structure, are searched as words, e.g., S 1(W)4.

2 Claims text is not included prior to 1971. Note that design patents do not contain a claim.

3 Botanical information provided for plant patents includes the Latin name of the plan and the variety. It is word-indexed in the basic index and phrase-indexed in the BI= index.


ADDITIONAL INDEXES [top]

SEARCH
PREFIX
DISPLAY
CODE
FIELD NAME
INDEXING
SELECT EXAMPLES
AC= AC Application Country Phrase S AC=US
S AC=US P
AC= AC Priority Application Country4 Phrase S AC=US/PR
AD= AD Application Date5,15 Phrase S AD=19990610
AD= AD Application Date (Main)4 Phrase S AD=19990610/MP
AD= PR Priority Application Date4 Phrase S AD=19951026/PR
AD= PV Provisional Application Date4 Phrase S AD=19951205/PV
S AD=20010130/PV
AM= AD Application Month4 Phrase S AM=198805
S AM=200105
AN= AN Application Number4,15,16 Phrase S AN=US 88189294
S AN=US 189294-1988
S AN=US 60-7975
AN= AN Application Number (Main)4,16 Phrase S AN=99330247/MP
S AN=US 330247-1999/MP
S AN=US 330247/MP
AN= AN PCT Application Number Phrase S AN=WO 98DE1788
S AN=WO 2000CN195
AN= PR Priority Application Number4 Phrase S AN=US 99330247/PR
S AN=JP 200065028/PR
AN= PV Provisional Application Number4 Phrase S AN=US 60-76754/PV
AR= AR Art Unit6 Phrase S AR=277
AU= AU Author/Inventor (Standardized)8 Phrase S AU=GUPTA ANAND
AU= AU Author/Inventor Country 8,9 Phrase S AU=US
None AX IFI Accession Number
AY= AY Application Year4 Phrase S AY=1999
S AY=2001/PR
None AZ DIALOG Accession Number
BI= BI Botanical Information3 Phrase S BI=ROSE HYBRIDA?
BI= BI Business Methods Indexing Word
& Phrase
S BI=(MEDICAL(W)SYSTEM?)
S BI=MEDICAL BENEFIT?
CD= CD Certificate of Correction Date Phrase S CD=20040224
CE= CE Field of Search (U.S. Classification)6 Phrase S CE=438513000
S CE=438
CL= CL U.S. Class Phrase S CL=438513000
S CL=438
S CL=D06376000
CL= OR U.S. Class (Original)4 Phrase S CL=438513000/OR
S 438/OR
CL= XR U.S. Class (Cross Reference)4 Phrase S CL=438783000/XR
S CL=438/XR
CM= CD Certificate of Correction Month Phrase S CM=199804
CO= CO Company (Patent Assignee)8 Word
& Phrase
S CO=CARDIOCOM
S CO=SHIN-ETSU CHEMICAL?
CR= CR CA Abstract Number10 Phrase S CR=95182276
CS= CS Patent Assignee Name (Non-Standardized)6,8 Word
& Phrase
S CS=(APPLIED(W)MATERIALS)
S CS=APPLIED MATERIALS?
CT= CT,RF Non-U.S. Cited Patents Phrase S CT=EP 496543
CY= CD Certificate of Correction Year Phrase S CY=2001
DD= DD Disclaimer Date6 Phrase S DD=19970117
DM= DD Disclamer Month6 Numeric S DM=199912
DT= DT Document Type Phrase S DT=GRANTED
S DT=C
S DT= BUSINESS METHOD
S DT=REISSUE
DY= DD Disclaimer Year6 Phrase S DY=1997
ED= ED Calculated Expiration Date11 Phrase S ED=20151026
EM= ED Calculated Expiration Month11 Phrase S EM=201510
EX= EX Name of Examiner6 Word
& Phrase
S EX=(MARY(N)WILCZEWSKI)
S EX=WILCZEWSKI, MARY?
EY= EY Calculated Expiration Year11 Phrase S EY=2015
FA= FA Field Availability Phrase S FA=CL
S FA=RF
FF= FF Reassignment Microfilm Frame Phrase S FF=0781
FI= FI Description of Figures12 Word S FI=(RIGHT(W)SIDE)
None FI Number of Figures12
FS= FS Field of Search (US and International Patent Classification)6 Phrase S FS=438513000
S FS=A01F-012/44
S FS=A01F-012
S FS=A01F
GI= GI Statement of Government Interest6 Word S GI=(DISABILITY(W)REHABILI?)
S GI=PRESENT
IA= IC International Patent Class Attributes4,13,14 Phrase S IA=F
S IC=H04R-0029 (S)IA=F
IC= IC International Patent Class4,13,14 Phrase S IC=H04R-0029/00 OR IC=H04R-029/00
S IC=H04R-0029 OR IC=H04R-029
S IC=H04R
ICA= IC International Patent Class (Advanced)13,14 Phrase S ICA=A61B-0005/00(S)IA=F
S ICA=A61B-0005
S ICA=A61B
ICC= IC International Patent Class (Core)13,14 Phrase S ICC=A61K-0031/015
S ICC=A61K-0031
S ICC=A61K
IL= IL Inventor Location6,8 Word
& Phrase
S IL=(FREMONT(S)CA)
S IL=NEW YORK?
IV= IV Inventor Name (Non-Standardized)6,8 Word
& Phrase
S IV=(ANAND(N)GUPTA)
S IV=GUPTA, ANAND
LR= LR Legal Representative6 Word
& Phrase
S LR=(TOWNSEND(W)TOWNSEND)
S LR=TOWNSEND & TOWNSEND?
None NC Number of Claims6
None NT Patent Notes
PA= PA Assignee Country8 Phrase S PA=NL
PA= PA Patent Assignee (Standardized)8 Word
& Phrase
S PA=(APPLIED(W)MATERIALS)
S PA=APPLIED MATERIALS?
PA= PA Patent Assignee Code Phrase S PA=04857
PC= PC Patent Country Phrase S PC=US
S PC=US A1
S PC=US P1
PD= PD Publication Date4,15,16,17 Phrase S PD=20000815
S PD=19900403
None PI Patent Information15,17
PL= PL Assignee Location6,8 Word
& Phrase
S PL=(SANTA(W)CLARA)
S PL=SANTA CLARA?
S PL=NL
PM= PD Publication Month4 Phrase S PM=200008
S PM=199004/MP
PN= EN Equivalent Patent Number20 Phrase S PN=BE 84620
PN= PN Granted Patent or Published Application (Main)4,15,16,17 Phrase S PN=US 20010000290
S PN=US 6103601/MP
PN= PN Granted Patent or Published Application4,15,16,17 Phrase S PN=6103601
S PN=US 6103601
S PN=2001000290
S PN=US 20010000290
PS= PA Probable Assignee (Pre-Grant Publications)4,8,19 Word
& Phrase
S PA=(SHIN(W)ETSU(W)CHEMICAL)/PS
S PA=SHIN-ETSU?
PT= PT Length of Term for Design Patents12 Phrase S PT=014
PY= PY Publication Year4,17 Phrase S PY=2000
S PY=2003/MP
RF= RF Cited References Word
& Phrase
S RF=(SOLID(W)STATE(1W)TECH?
S RF=CHANG ?
S RF=198111
S RF=20464000
RN= RN CAS(R) Registry Number20 Phrase S RN=122-19-0
RR= RR Reassignment Microfilm Reel Phrase S RR=4008
None SO Source (Patent Number for Record)
SP= SP Number of Specification Pages Phrase S SP=105
UD= None Update Phrase S UD=9999
CHEMICAL INDEXING (Files 341 and 942 only)
CN= CN General and Compound Number21 Phrase S CN=06528
CP= CP General and Compound Terms21 Word
& Phrase
S CP=(WELL(W)BORES)
S CP=ACETALDEHYDE, CHLORO?
FC= FC Fragment Code21 Word S FC=30035
FT= FT Fragment Term21 Word
& Phrase
S FT=(F(W)N(1W)AMINE)
S FT=CARBOCYCLIC RING?
RL= None Role21 Phrase S RL=20(S)CP=BENZENE
UI= None UNITERM Update Phrase S UI=200106
UN= UN UNITERM Number21,22 Phrase S UN=00170
UT= UT UNITERM Text21,22 Word
& Phrase
S UT=(RESIN(W)PEPTIDES)
S UT=SOLID PHASE

4 Special suffixes can be used to further restrict retrieval in appropriate prefixed fields as noted: /MP(Main Patent); /PR (Priority Application); /PV (Provisional Application); /OR (Original US Class); /XR (Cross-Reference US Class); /MA (Main IPC Code); /PS (Probable Assignee).

5 Includes PCT Section 371 filing date and Section 102(e) date.

6 Not included prior to 1971.

7 Since U.S. application numbers are reused periodically, irrelevant retrieval can be avoided by searching the application number with leading year digits (2-digits prior to 2000, and 4-digits from 200 forward) e.g., S AN=US 89329985, or with 4 trailing year digits, e.g., S AN=US 329985-1989. U.S. application numbers display in the "leading year digits" format.

8 Inventor (AU=) and patent assignee (PA=, CO=) names and countries are standardized by IFI for ease of searching. Non-standardized inventor (IV=) and patent assignee (CS=) names are the original entries published by the USPTO.

9 Not available in most records prior to 1979.

10 Not available in the current 1-2 years.

11 The expiration date of the patent is calculated by IFI based on the date the patent was granted and patent laws in effect at the time of the grant. Expiration dates are not provided for reissue patents. Information about changes in the term of the patent either for nonpayment of fees or term extensions can be found in Fille 123.

12 Design patents only (available from 1980 forward).

13 With the introduction of the Reformed International Patent Classification (IPCR/8) on January 1, 2006, the format of the IPC group has increased in length from 3 to 4 digits. For comprehensive retrieval, both forms of the classification should be searched, e.g., S IC=H04R-025/00 OR IC=H04R-0025/00 . Advanced level classification codes can be searched directly in the ICA= index , while core level codes are searchable in the ICC= index. /MA can be used to restrict searches to the main (First) IPC; /RV indicates a reclassfied code. IPCR/8 Classification codes can be linked to their attributes using the S operator.

14 Each IPCR/8 classification code is also assigned a series of attributes searchable in the IA= index. These include classification level (A - Advanced, C - Core, S - Subclass), value (I - Invnetive, N - Non-inventive), position (F - First, L - Later), status (B - basic, R - Reclassified, V - Various, D - Deleted), version date, action date, source (H - Human, M - Machine, G - Generated), and assigning office. The classification attributes can be linked to an IPCR/8 classification code using the S operator and quotes around the classification code, e.g., S IA=F(S)IC="A61K-0031/198" .

15 Covers all U.S. patents including continuations, continuations-in-part, divisions, and reissues as well as PCT (WO) patents on which U.S. patents are based.

16 U.S. published application numbers and granted patent numbers can be searched with or without "US". If omitting US, patent numbers must be left-zero-filled to 7 digits, e.g. design patent S PN=0385424 or S PN=US D385424, For reissues, use RE with US, e.g. S PN=US RE35645. For plant patents, use S PN=US PP10044.

17 The display codes PN, PD and PY display only the main patent number data. In merged records, the published application and granted patent data are displayed.

18 Published patent applications are available from March 2001 forward. If the published application subsequently becomes a granted patent, information for both publications are combined in a merged record.

19 Probable assignees are created from a variety of sources, including reassignment data, correspondence addresses for pre-grant publications, etc. The PS= index or the /PS suffix applied to PA= can be used to restrict patent assignee searches to include or exclude probable assignees.

20 Available only for chemical patents 1967-1979.

21 In-depth chemical indexing (e.g. Uniterms) can be searched and displayed only in Files 341 and 942. General and compound terms (CN=, CP=) and fragment terms (FC=, FT=) can be searched in File 942 with separate prefixes. These terms are searched in File 341 using UN= and UT=. Fragment term displays in File 942 are more comprehensive than those in File 341. Roles are available only in File 942.

22 Non-subscribers are limited to 12 hours of searching per year in File 341.


LIMIT [top]

SUFFIX FIELD NAME EXAMPLES
/ DIALOG Accession Number S S1/1436399-9999999
/C Chemical Patent S S1/C
/D Design Patents S S5/D
/E Electrical Patents S S3/E
/M Mechanical Patents S S2/M


SORT [top]

SORTABLE FIELDS EXAMPLES
AU, CL, IC, PA, PD, PN, TI SORT S6/ALL/PA/PD,D
PRINT S3/5/1-24/PN


RANK [top]

RANK FIELDS EXAMPLES
All phrase- and numeric-indexed fields in the Additional Indexes can be ranked. Additional RANK codes include: ANPR (Priority Application Number), AYMP (Main Application Year), AYPR (Main Priority Application Year), CLOR (Main/Original U.S. Classification), ICMA (Main International Patent Classification), ICRV (Reclassified IPC) PACODE (Patent Assignee Code), PNMP (Main Patent), PYMP (Main Patent Publication Year) RANK PA


MAP [top]

MAP FIELDS EXAMPLES
AN, ANMP, ANPR, ANPRYY, ANPV, ANYY, CE, CL, CLOR, CT, IC, IV, PA, PACODE, PAIV, PN, PNMP, RN MAP PN TEMP S3


USER-DEFINED FORMAT OPTIONS [top]

User-defined formats may be specified using the display codes indicated in the Search Options tables. TYPE S3/AN,AU,PN/1-5


PREDEFINED FORMAT OPTIONS [top]

NO.
DIALOGWEB
FORMAT
RECORD CONTENT
1 -- DIALOG Accession Number
2 -- Bibliographic Citation, Classification Codes, and Chemical Indexing Codes21,22,23,24
3 Medium Title, Inventor, Assignee, Patent Number, and Application Data
4 -- Bibliographic Citation and Abstract2,23,24
5 Long Bibliographic Citation, Abstract, Exemplary Claim, Classification Data, and Chemical Indexing codes and text21,22,23,24
6 -- Title
7 -- Bibliographic Citation, Abstract and Exemplary Claim2,23,24
8 Short Title, Class Codes, and Chemical Indexing codes21,22
9 Full Full Record23,24
15 -- Bibliographic Citation, Abstract, Exemplary Claim and Classification Data, without Tabular Display of Patent Number Information23
18 -- Title, Class Codes, and Chemical Indexing terms22
19 -- Full Record without Tabular Display of Patent Information22,23
26 -- Title
28 -- Title, Class Codes, and Chemical Indexing codes and text21,22
29 -- Title, Inventor, Assignee, Patent Number, Application Data, and Exemplary Claim
K -- KWIC (Key Word In Context) displays a window of text; may be used alone or with other formats

23 Full information in these formats is not available for patents published 1950-1970.

24 The presence checking program determines if a record contains merged or unmerged data, e.g., an unmerged record requested in format 2 will automatically be priced at the lower rate of format 42 in the cost estimate. See HELP RATES 340 for details.


DIRECT RECORD ACCESS [top]

FIELD NAME EXAMPLES
DIALOG Accession Number TYPE 1726319/5
DISPLAY 1570955/AU,PA
PRINT 1572114/9


ACCESSION NUMBER LIST [top]

YearAccession Numbers
19500000001-0006770
19510006771-0014040
19520014041-0020898
19530020899-0027272
19540027273-0033430
19550033431-0039512
19560039513-0050627
19570050628-0059478
19580059479-0070132
19590070133-0081681
19600081682-0091503
19610091504-0102509
19620102510-0176033 (plus 0122205-0122208)
19630116034-0161925
19640161926-0209502
19650209503-0272612
19660272613-0341205 (plus 0352691)
19670341206-0407058 (plus 0416892)
19680407059-0466424 (plus 0479652 and 05472447)
19690466425-0534458
19700534459-0599330
19710599331-0679413
19720679414-0756082
19730756083-0830732
19740830733-0907622
19750907623-0980157
19760980158-1050963
19771050964-1116769
19781116770-1183365
19791183366-1232676
19801232677-1298852
19811298853-1369887
19821369888-1433095
19831433096-1495006
19841495007-1567613
19851567614-1642725 (plus 1721442-1721447)
19861644726-1721622
19871721623-1821111
19881821112-1905262
19891905263-2007521
19902007522-2106654
19912106655-2213559
19922213560-2321386
19932321387-2431645
19942431646-2561808
19952561809-2676678
19962676679-2799632
19972799633-2925516
19982925517-3092324
19993092325-9999999


Rates [top]

Rates For File: ONTAP® CLAIMS®/U.S. Patents[279]
Cost per DialUnit:                 $0.00
Cost per minute:                   $0.00
Report Elements                    $0.00
LOB Reports                        $0.00
SHARE Reports                      $0.00
CROSSTAB Report Records            $0.00
Rank Elements                      $0.00

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     6    $0.00    $0.00
     7    $0.00    $0.00
     8    $0.00    $0.00
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KWIC95    $0.00       NA
KWIC96    $0.00       NA
REDIST/COPY Multiplier Table:

      Range      Multiplier
        1-2       1.00
       3-25       1.50
     26-100       3.00
    101-200       4.00
    201-500       6.00
   501-1000       8.00
 1001 or more    10.00

ARCHIVE Multiplier Table:

      Range      Multiplier
       1-25       1.50
     26-200       3.00
    201-500       6.00
   501-1000       8.00
 1001 or more    10.00
Rates For File: CLAIMS®/U.S. Patents[340]
Cost per DialUnit:                $20.00
Cost per minute:                   $3.27
Preformatted Report Elements       $0.75
Rank Elements                      $0.04
ALERT (default)                    $8.75
ALERT (Monthly)                   $18.50
ALERT (Biweekly/twice a month) *  $15.50
ALERT (Weekly)                     $8.75
ALERT (Daily)                  *   $8.00
ALERT (Calendar weekly)        *  $12.75
ALERT (Intraday)               *   $8.00
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KWIC96    $0.00       NA

REDIST/COPY Multiplier Table:

      Range      Multiplier
        1-2       1.00
       3-25       1.50
     26-100       3.00
    101-200       4.00
    201-500       6.00
   501-1000       8.00
 1001 or more    10.00

ARCHIVE Multiplier Table:

      Range      Multiplier
       1-25       1.50
     26-200       3.00
    201-500       6.00
   501-1000       8.00
 1001 or more    10.00
Rates For File: CLAIMS®/UNITERM[341]

                                Standard  Subscrib
Cost per DialUnit:                $32.00    $15.00
Cost per Minute:                   $7.52     $6.95
Rank Elements                      $0.07     $0.07
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ALERT (Monthly)                   $15.75    $15.75
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ALERT (Daily)                  *   $8.50     $8.50
ALERT (Calendar weekly)        *   $8.50     $8.50
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        <<  Standard  >>  << Subscriber >>
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KWIC95    $0.00       NA    $0.00       NA
KWIC96    $0.00       NA    $0.00       NA

REDIST/COPY Multiplier Table:

      Range      Multiplier
        1-2       1.00
       3-25       1.50
     26-100       3.00
    101-200       4.00
    201-500       6.00
   501-1000       8.00
 1001 or more    10.00

ARCHIVE Multiplier Table:

      Range      Multiplier
       1-25       1.50
     26-200       3.00
    201-500       6.00
   501-1000       8.00
 1001 or more    10.00
Rates For File: CLAIMS®/Comprehensive[942]

                                Standard  Subscrib
Cost per DialUnit:                $20.00    $15.00
Cost per Minute:                   $2.48     $2.47
Rank Elements                      $0.07     $0.07
ALERT (default)                   $17.50    $17.50
ALERT (Monthly)                   $17.50    $17.50
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ALERT (Daily)                  *   $8.75     $8.75
ALERT (Calendar weekly)        *   $8.75     $8.75
ALERT (Intraday)               *   $8.75     $8.75
* = custom scheduled Alerts only

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    59    $4.00    $4.00    $4.00    $4.00
    62    $0.70    $0.70    $0.70    $0.70
    65    $1.50    $1.50    $1.50    $1.50
    69    $1.50    $1.50    $1.50    $1.50
KWIC95    $0.00       NA    $0.00       NA
KWIC96    $0.00       NA    $0.00       NA

REDIST/COPY Multiplier Table:

      Range      Multiplier
        1-2       1.00
       3-25       1.50
     26-100       3.00
    101-200       4.00
    201-500       6.00
   501-1000       8.00
 1001 or more    10.00

ARCHIVE Multiplier Table:

      Range      Multiplier
       1-25       1.50
     26-200       3.00
    201-500       6.00
   501-1000       8.00
 1001 or more    10.00
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