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PTO/SB/14 (11-08) Approved for use through 01/31/2014. OMB 0651-0032 U.S. Patent and Trademark Office; U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE Under the Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995, no persons are required
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Information contained on this sheet is preliminary and subject to revision. However, the information was originally gathered for use by patent examiners. It does not reflect the final, approved, published patent. The information contained on the application data sheet does not include any of the following (or any other information that is confidential and would not be deemed to be an application data sheet): Information contained in an application summary and is not relevant to its subject. However, in an application summary the examiner will receive information pertaining to the subject of the application. It does not include information about the nature and form of the invention, the scope and extent of the claimed invention, or any claim language. In evaluating an application, the examiner will use this information in conjunction with the information contained in the application. A “final” publication date or the last date of registration of the invention will not be included in this data sheet. It will reflect the final submission of the application to the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USA PTO). The purpose of receiving an application data sheet is to provide a concise description of the invention that can be incorporated into the final examination of the application, and is also to provide examiners with a useful tool for understanding the invention for the purpose of adjudicating the application. In general, the application data sheet should be viewed in conjunction with the following: The USPTO's patent application data (including specification, drawings, photos, and reports) and inventors' inventories for the application. Examiners should also be familiar with the PTO's patent publication and patent application data pages, which contain detailed information pertinent to the claims of the application. The information on these pages is only a description of the claims; the actual claims are presented elsewhere in the application or on the patent. The PTO has published a patent application data sheet for use with applications filed on or after December 14th, 1986. The application data sheet is a supplement to information on the USPTO's patent publication page, and is published to make the information presented on that page more useful for examining the patent. The PTO encourages applicants to include a concise summary, in lieu of an extensive specification, of their proposed invention in their application data sheets. As with the USPTO's patent publication page, the information on the application data sheet will be published on the patent application data sheet in accordance with the provisions of the Administrative Procedures Act (APA). The application data sheet may also be used in conjunction with the application publication data sheet.
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