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.
If you want to search for all the documents that have any information relating to a specific search field, use ...
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...
Advanced Search Options: Fuzzy Matching, TRUECASE Matching, ATLEASTn Operator
TotalPatent One® supports "fuzzy" or appropriate string matching. Use fuzzy matching if you are not sure of the correct spelling of a keyword, and you will get documents that contain terms similar to the search term. The allowed edit distance range for fuzzy matching is 0-2 characters.
Fuzzy matching is achieved using the tilde (~) in the query syntax. The search term is expanded...
Advance Search Options: Boolean Operator, Proximity Operator, Boost
Use Boolean operators ( AND , OR , NOT ) to combine multiple search terms in one query.
Using the AND operator to find documents that contain both of the words or phrases linked by the AND . Example: TI:(antenna AND radio) will find all documents whose title contains "antenna" and "radio"
You can also use the alias TI:(antenna && radio) .
Advanced Search Options: Reserved Words, Special Characters and Punctuation in Search Queries
The query syntax uses certain English words that can also occur in the document text. When youwant to search for these words you can only do so by putting them in double quotes ("").
Used in Boolean queries to combine two search terms, use "and" for literal text. Example: TI:("device and method of use").
Used in Boolean queries for either of...
Results Page Options
Results Page Overview
After the execution of a search, the results page opens up from the right side of the search page. Here, you can find all the documents that comply with your search criteria. The application offers you a number of functionalities to review and manage your results as you prefer.
Results list action buttons.
Results page view options.
Click in the check...
Result Page Overview: Keyword Occurrence and Highlighting
The Keyword occurrence counter is an optional feature of the results list. The keywords counter shows how many times a keyword is used in the different sections (Title, Abstract, Claims, Description) of a document. It also shows the different forms of the keywords that result from stemming.
You can display the counter in the results list by switching on the Display keyword occurrence toggle. T...
Document View Options
Document View Elements
The way the information is presented in patent documents may vary due to the formal requirements of the different authorities and time periods. In TotalPatent One® , the document view allows you to view all the relevant information regarding a document, in a structured and standardized layout.
The document view has its own set of navigation and function buttons:
Document View Options: Highlighting in Document View
Highlighting in Document View
TotalPatent One® uses highlighting to mark your search terms in the document view. This feature can be useful in the case of especially long patent document sections, as it indicates where and how often a particular search term you used in your query is used in the reviewed document(s).
For example, if you search for vaccine in the title, abstract and claims ( TAC...
Search History Page Overview
The Search history page contains an overview of all your previously run or saved queries. On this page, you can find the following types of data stored for each query:
Query name - The name of the query can be used for a narrow search using the saved query results as the document set instead of the full database using the QUERY() command. The system automaticall...
Folder Page Overview: Create/Delete/Modify Folders and subfolders
Folder Page Overview
You can create your own user folders to keep and organize your search results for further analysis. Review, search, and export folders, and add annotations to documents within a folder on the Folders page.
On the left side of the page, you can find the search and filters panel with your saved folders.
On the right side of the page, you can find your saved documents in the...
Folder Page Overview: Search and Share the folders
Folder Search from the Search Page
After executing a search query, you can store your results in a specified folder, for future use. If your user account has saved folders, you can search those folders from the main query box, just as you can search the entire database.
Use the FOLDER search field to narrow down your search to one of your specific user folders or folder structures. To create y...
Annotations are explanatory notes that you can add to each document in your results list. Annotations allows you to mark specific documents for future reference.
Create an annotation by selecting a document and clicking on the following button:
When the annotation settings pop-up window opens, you can do the following:
Enter the annotation text (a maximum of 500 charac...
Alert Creation Overview
If you set alerts, you will receive notifications (in the application and optionally in email) if there is a change in the results of a specific query in your search history (e.g. new documents, new family member), or if the documents selected for the alert are updated (e.g. legal status changes, citation updates, assignee updates).You can create query-based or selection...