Our access to unique databases combined with our expertise that interprets the results gives you high quality sequence searches.
In our Sequence search, as in most of our search services, we provide you with an evaluation of the results.
The commission is carried out by one or more of PRV’s patent examiners who are specialized within the areas of biotechnology and sequence searches. The search is carried out with the help of the search tool STN. Via STN, we have for example, access to CA registry, DGENE, USGENE and PCTGENE for sequence searches. This gives us access to both patent and non-patent literature, including articles from periodicals. All of our searches are carried out with a secure connection.
In order to carry out sequence searches, we need the sequences that are to be searched in electronic form.
The benefit of the service
In many of the services that can be commissioned from us, it may be of interest to include searches for protein and/or nucleotide sequences.
Request a service
You order services securely through our online service PRV Information Secure, where you also download your report.
What does it cost?
You will always get a personal quote on your order. The price depends on the estimated time required to carry out the exact information you need. Hourly price for consultancy services, SEK 1700.
The delivery time is normally 12 working days. Express delivery options are often available.
For contact and questions
If you have any questions, you are welcome to contact PRV Consulting.
Telephone: +46 8 782 28 00
Additional service: Monitoring services
Please bear in mind that a result from a search reflects the situation of today. However, the patent documentation increases with 10 000’s of newly published patent documents every week, a fact which of course could have an effect on your search result. If you should be in need of continuous information – talk to us and we will prepare a monitoring profile.
We aim to carry out all requests accurately and thoroughly, but due to the extensive amount of information involved we cannot guarantee that the results are always exhaustive.