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New Topical Patent Research Reports Recently Published at MarketPublishers.com
Date:12/27/2010

LONDON, Dec. 27, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Market Publishers Ltd informs that new in-demand market reports featuring drugs patent researches have been added to its catalogue "Drugs & Biotechnology."

Each of the recently published reports is a regularly updated, professional patent search which not only identifies relevant patents, but delivers categorisation and interpretation, all delivered by a convenient online interface.

New market patent research reports include:

  • Sevelamer - Comprehensive Patent Search
  • Sildenafil - Comprehensive Patent Search
  • Silodosin - Comprehensive Patent Search
  • Sorafenib - Comprehensive Patent Search
  • Sunitinib - Comprehensive Patent Search
  • Tadalafil - Comprehensive Patent Search
  • Tazobactam - Comprehensive Patent Search
  • Tenofovir - Comprehensive Patent Search
  • Terbinafine - Comprehensive Patent Search
  • Ulipristal - Comprehensive Patent Search
  • Valaciclovir - Comprehensive Patent Search
  • Varenicline - Comprehensive Patent Search
  • Voriconazole - Comprehensive Patent Search

  • Each Patent Search features:

  • Comprehensive patent searching, covering the world's key territories;
  • Identifies patents covering molecule, formulation, process, use, combination and assay techniques;
  • Patent identification, categorisation and interpretation;
  • Grouped by patent family and assigned to development categories based on Interpretation of key aspects of the patent claims;
  • Manual filtration of patents not relevant to generic development;
  • Updated on a monthly basis, including changes to patent families, statuses, and litigation;
  • Enables fast analysis and verification by hyper-linking to crucial patent documents and national registers.

  • Patent categories identified in each report encompass molecular form, active ingredient preparation, formulations & methods thereof, related medical use & administration, active ingredient combinations, analytical methods.

    More new recent market research reports on Drugs & Biotechnology can be found at http://marketpublishers.com/catalog/drugs_biotechnology.htmlCONTACTSThe Market Publishers, Ltd.Mrs. Alla MartinTel: +44 208 123 2220Fax: +44 207 900 3970ps@marketpublishers.comwww.marketpublishers.com
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