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New to Patent Searching? See this important information about searching for patents:

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Patents may be searched using the following resources:

 

USPTO Patent Full-Text and Image Database (PatFT)

Inventors are encouraged to search the USPTO's patent database to see if a patent has already been filed or granted that is similar to your patent.

Patents may be searched in the USPTO Patent Full-Text and Image Database (PatFT).

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The USPTO houses full text for patents issued from 1976 to the present and PDF images for all patents from 1790 to the present.

Searching Full Text Patents (Since 1976)

Customize a search on all or a selected group of elements (fields) of a patent.

Searching PDF Image Patents (Since 1790)

Searches are limited to patent numbers and/or classification codes for pre-1976 patents.

USPTO Patent Application Full-Text and Image Database (AppFT)

Search for Full-Text and Image versions of patent applications.

Customize searches on all fields of a patent application in the AppFT for Full-Text searches.

Searches are limited to patent numbers and/or classification codes for Full-Page images.

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Global Dossier

Global Dossier is a set of business services aimed at modernizing the global patent system and delivering benefits to all stakeholders through a single portal/user interface.  Through this secure service, users have access to the file histories of related applications from participating IP Offices, which currently include the IP5 Offices.

By using this service, users can see the patent family for a specific application, containing all related applications filed at participating IP Offices, along with the dossier, classification, and citation data for these applications.

This service also provides Office Action Indicators to help users identify applications that contain office actions, a Collections View for saving documents and applications for review later on in the session, and the ability to download the documents in an application.

Patent Application Information Retrieval (PAIR)

The Patent Application Information Retrieval (PAIR) system provides IP customers a safe, simple, and secure way to retrieve and download information regarding patent application status.

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Public Search Facility

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