Go to the Pharmaceuticals section to see Orange Book or SPC information, respectively (if available).
You can create a report of the Orange Book or SPC information from the currently viewed document in Excel, CSV, Word, or PDF format by clicking on the Create pharmaceuticals report.
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AbstractThe patent abstract is a brief summary of the invention and its use. The search alias for the abstract is AB:().AlertsYou can set alerts to notify you when there is a change in a query in your history, or when individual documents are updated. The system automatically keeps you up to date when new content is added to our data collection. For example, when new documents match the query, ...
Search Page Overview
With TotalPatent One® , you can find and retrieve up-to-date and relevant patent information from our database. You can create your search queries on the search page (by default, the starting page after login). The Single Page Application (SPA) design of TotalPatent One® allows you to navigate in a sideways fashion through the search page, the search results list, and the ...
Guided Name Search
The guided name search is a variant of the guided object search for name objects. You can execute this search in the entire database or in a user folder/folder structure.To open the name selector, click on the lookup tool icon on the right side of the name object text box (see Examples in the table below). The names offered in the name selector are automatically retrieved from the database, so ...
Advanced Search Options: Classification Search
Patent classification systems are designed to mark and retrieve documents according to their technical content. It allows you to search for patents and applications describing similar inventions and enables searching in alphanumeric language. TotalPatent One® supports CPC, IPC, US Class, FI, Fterm and Locarno classification search.
Note: CPC replaced US Class in 2015, both...
Advanced Search Options: Wildcard and Phrase Matching
TotalPatent One® supports exact phrase matching, it returns documents that contain only terms that exactly match the search query. The operator is the double quote (").
Example: TI:("particle accelerator") will not find documents that contain the terms "particle" OR "accelerator" in the title, nor will it find documents that contain the terms "particle" AND "accelerator" separat...