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DecrIPt is a company that produces "automated methods in Markush Structure claim analysis." DecrIPt LLC. was created in 2006 and became DecrIPt Inc. in 2007. The company worked with Questel in 2007 and 2008 to create an enumeration capability within the MMS database. According to an entry on the PIUG Wiki, this enumeration service on MMS functions in the following manner:
Enter a patent number in the "Order Molecule" module of the Questel IP Portal and download/receive by email:
- The exemplified compounds (click to see a sample) mentioned in the patent; and
In addition, DecrIPt also provides you with a similarity ranking in the enumerated structures file to enable comparison with the exemplified compounds.
- Enumerated structures from the Markush structures (click to see a sample) of the patent.
- ↑ "Automated Tools for IP Protection." DecrIPt website, http://www.decript.net/index.php. Accessed September 16, 2011.
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 "From DecrIPt's Inception Till Today." DecrIPt website, http://www.decript.net/index.php. Accessed September 16, 2011.
- ↑ Linder, Elliot. Entry on PIUG Wiki, "Questel and DecrIPt Announce 'Order Molecule' Service." PIUG Wiki. Published May 2, 2009. http://wiki.piug.org/pages/viewpage.action?pageId=9044030. Accessed September 16, 2011.