Search and analyse Biological Sequences disclosed in patents

Choose among the 5 apps available to you to search and analyse the DNA, RNA and protein sequences found in patents. The Lens’ unique open PatSeq facility allows you to search, analyse and share the biological sequences disclosed in patents. This is the world’s largest publicly available database with internal transparency metrics.

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Biological Sequences

Lens PatSeq Apps:

PatSeq Bulk Data

Download sequence listings extracted from full-text patents, megafiles, and public databases in FASTA format. Receive monthly updates of PatSeq database based on document type, location of the sequence in the claims or to download sequence listings from a specific jurisdiction and more...

PatSeq Data

Compare biological patent holdings and view sequence disclosures across jurisdictions over time.

Patent Sequence Data is released to the public from 3 major sources: 1) national patent offices, 2) collaborating 3rd party public sequence listings repositories, and 3) regional or global intellectual property organizations.

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PatSeq Data

PatSeq Explorer

Navigate and analyse patent-disclosed sequences mapped onto genomes and chromosomes.

The PatSeq Explorer offers a dynamic, embeddable, and multi-level view of mapped patent sequences on a genome of a specific organism. We currently offer patent sequences mapped onto the human, mouse, maize, rice, and soybean genomes, with other genomes to be mapped soon.

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PatSeq Explorer

PatSeq Analyzer

Compare patenting activity at the chromosomal locus or gene level.

The PatSeq Analyzer is a modified genome viewer tool that is now a stand alone facility but links to PatSeq Explorer to give you a full view on a patent sequence details.

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PatSeq Analyzer

PatSeq Finder

Use input DNA or protein sequences to find matches in the Lens PatSeq database.

The PatSeq Finder is a sequence similarity search tool based on BLAST, allowing you to search the Lens patent sequence (PatSeq) databases for matches to a sequence of your interest. This tool is unique since it enables you to conduct sequence-based searches within more than 250 million patent sequences that we serve in either a nucleotide-based or protein-based databases.

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PatSeq Finder

PatSeq Text-Search

Search for patents that declare at least one sequence in their sequence listings section as derived from a specific species.

As many disclosed sequences are unknown or unspecified, perform full text searches within the corpus of more than 440,000 biological patents or combine species with keyword searches.

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PatSeq Text-Search

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