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King Pharmaceuticals, Inc. v. Eon Labs, Inc.

Case Number: CLB0261

Date: 08.02.2010

Prior art indicating instructions and use that would inherently obtain claimed benefits (pharmacological effect) invalidate claims despite recitation of the benefits (and instructions and information for use to obtain improved pharmacological benefits, absent some new function or result, do not make the claims patentable).

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In re Ngai

Case Number: CLB0071

Date: 05.13.2004

Claimed method for extracting RNA allowed by Examiner; however, claim directed to kit for extracting RNA properly rejected by Examiner as anticipated because new instructions for known kit merely teaches new use of existing product.

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