PatentIn Version 3.5.1: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7
PatentIn version 3.5.1 is enhanced with the latest Microsoft .NET technology to provide better software performance, accessibility, and reliability. Additionally, PatentIn version 3.5.1 has been updated to provide correct numbering of amino acid residues.
PatentIn version 3.5 is enhanced with the latest Microsoft .NET technology to provide better software performance, accessibility, and reliability. Now a PatentIn-generated ST.25 Sequence listing file can be imported to the PatentIn system for further sequence data modification and can be regenerated to produce a new sequence listing. It can also process a sequence as large as 12 MB and generate a sequence listing up to, but not limited to, 12 MB. In addition to the posting of PatentIn 3.5 the USPTO has elected to remove the link to PatentIn 3.3.
PatentIn version 3.4 is enhanced with the Microsoft .NET technology to provide better software performance, accessibility and reliability. Sequence listing generation is also strengthened with more validity checks.
PatentIn version 3.3 enhances PatentIn version 3.2 and it is friendlier to use.
PatentIn 3.2 is an enhanced version of PatentIn 3.1 and contains some additional features designed to ease the authoring of sequence listings.
PatentIn 3.1 is a computer program designed to expedite the preparation of patent applications containing nucleic acid and amino acid sequences. PatentIn 3.1 generates sequence listings that comply with all format requirements specified in the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) Standard ST.25 and the related U.S. final rule, "Requirements for Patent Applications Containing Nucleotide Sequence and/or Amino Acid Disclosures," 37 CFR §§1.821 - 1.825 effective July 1, 1998. It has been tested on Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows NT and Windows 2000. It is expected to run on Windows Me as well but has not been tested on that operating system.
PatentIn 3.1 built upon the advances made by PatentIn 3.0 to create a more useful sequence listing authoring tool. PatentIn 3.1 was intended to replace PatentIn 3.0. Since PatentIn 3.1 could import PatentIn 2.1 files it was also intended to replace PatentIn 2.1. Questions on PatentIn 2.1 may be directed to the help personnel for PatentIn 3.1.
Training in how to use this software is offered at the USPTO from time to time. It is also possible for training to be provided off-site as well, if arranged in advance and approved by the USPTO. Please contact Mr. Robert Wax at (571) 272-0623 for further information.