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Anne Marie Clark, senior patent searcher at CAS, looks at ways to protect and commercialise the promise of RNAi

The value and complexity of the patent landscape around RNA interference (RNAi) is increasing, creating special challenges for patent searches to protect IP and maximise its value.

RNAi is claimed in a variety of ways within patents. Standard terminology is not always used, and chemical modifications can be described a variety of ways. These inconsistencies mean that there is no single search strategy that can be used to efficiently and comprehensively retrieve this information from different data sources.

Read an in-depth discussion of relevant challenges and search techniques for RNAi in this resource from CAS

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