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pilkington - The patentability of a claim to a product does not rest merely on a difference in the method by which that product is made. Rather, it is the product itself which must be new and unobvious.
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TF3 - claims cannot be 'anticipated' by devices that are not the same.
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AFG - '[C]losed' transition phrases such as 'consisting of' are understood to exclude any ... ingredients not specified in the claim.
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brana - usefulness in patent law, and in particular in the context of pharmaceutical inventions, necessarily includes the expectation of further research and development. The stage at which an invention in this field becomes useful is well before it is ready to be administered to humans
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harza - mere duplication of parts does not evidence patentability without a showing of a new and unexpected result
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andersen2, etter - patent drawings are not meant to be blueprints or working drawings.

aspex - when a specification does not sufficiently address the claim language at issue, drawings may be used to aid in construction
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rapid litigation, mayo - Patent-eligibility does not tum on ease of execution or obviousness of application. Those are questions that are examined under separate provisions of the Patent Act.
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berkheimer - The mere fact that something is disclosed in a piece of prior art, for example, does not mean it was well-understood, routine, and conventional
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multilayer - When the phrase "consisting of' appears in a clause of the body of a claim, there is an "exceptionally strong presumption that a claim term set off with 'consisting of' is closed to unrecited elements."
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sonix - The specification may support claimed terminology for purposes of 35 U.S.C. § 112, second paragraph by providing examples of what is meant by the claimed term.
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