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Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Announcing the Launch of the SQIP Patent Sequence Database

Craic is pleased to announce the launch of a web service that we've been working on for the past couple of years.

SQIP (pronounced 'skip') is a database of DNA, RNA and Protein sequences derived from issued patents and published patent applications, along with a sophisticated interface that allows users to load their own sequences, run searches against the database, evaluate matches and then view the patents associated with those matches.

It is targeted not only at biotech patent agents and attorneys, but also at business development and research staff in biotech companies.

SQIP has been built on many of the technologies that this blog has touched on. It has been a lot of work but by leveraging best-in-class software we've been able to build something that we think will change patent sequence searching.

You can sign up for a free account at http://sqipdb.com. You can explore all the features of SQIP, including searches with pre-loaded sequences, at no charge. You simply pay for searches with your own searches - no annual commitment, no per-user charges, no surprises.

Take a look at SQIP.

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