Species and keyword Search
Search for patent documents that declare at least one sequence in their sequence listings section
as derived from a specific species combined with a keyword full text search within the corpus of
more than 320,000 biological patents.
Compare and analyze your sequence of interest with our Patent Sequence (PatSeq) database that
consists of about 150 million sequence listing entries extracted from granted or published
patent documents across 15 jurisdictions. PatSeq Finder results page allows viewing of
integrated patent and sequence information and alignment of related segments of sequence listing
entries based on BLAST tool version 2.2.28. Here, you can filter, select, and compare related
sequence segments, review their alignment details, and even share results in various formats
with others or link to the patent document information available in the Lens.
Navigate sequence listing entries from granted and published patent documents as mapped with
various similarity and coverage thresholds onto a specific genome and in this case, the human
genome. View the mapped PatSeq data at the genome or chromosome level, filter by sequence-based
criteria or search by patent attributes and zoom in to analyze patent and sequence data at the
locus or sequence detailed level using another tool, PatSeq Analyzer. The analyzer allows you to
navigate and compare the current patenting activity surrounding a particular chromosomal region.
Additional links to the OMIM database is available at the Chromosome level so that you can view
associated diseases and traits with a particular chromosomal locus.