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Lícia de OLIVEIRA ; Carla Cristina de Freitas da SILVEIRA ; Larissa Vasconcelos DUTRA ;Revista CENIC. Ciencias Biológicas 2010, 41

Autor: Wanise Borges Gouvea BARROSO

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Revista CENIC.
Ciencias Biológicas ISSN: 0253-5688 editorial.cenic@cnic.edu.cu Centro Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas Cuba BARROSO, Wanise Borges Gouvea; OLIVEIRA, Lícia de; SILVEIRA, Carla Cristina de Freitas da; DUTRA, Larissa Vasconcelos Prospective Technological Study of Plant Species through Patent Documents Revista CENIC.
Ciencias Biológicas, vol.
41, 2010, pp.
1-14 Centro Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas Ciudad de La Habana, Cuba Available in: http:--www.redalyc.org-articulo.oa?id=181220509073 How to cite Complete issue More information about this article Journals homepage in redalyc.org Scientific Information System Network of Scientific Journals from Latin America, the Caribbean, Spain and Portugal Non-profit academic project, developed under the open access initiative Estudio de Prospectiva Tecnológica de las especies de plantas a través de documentos de patente Prospective Technological Study of Plant Species through Patent Documents BARROSO, Wanise Borges Gouvea.
OLIVEIRA, Lícia de.
SILVEIRA, Carla Cristina de Freitas da.
DUTRA, Larissa Vasconcelos wanise@far.fiocruz.br Fundação Oswaldo Cruz (FIOCRUZ) - Instituto de Tecnologia em Fármacos (Farmanguinhos) – Av.
Comandante Guaranys, 447 - Jacarepaguá - Rio de Janeiro RJ CEP 21.041-250 – Brasil 1 Prospective Technological Study of Plant Species through Patent Documents ABSTRACT The research data has a purpose to show the Technology Prospection for four types of plants, randomly chosen from the National List of Medicinal Plants of Interest to SUS (Brazilian Unified Health System) - RENISUS; these are Arrabidaea chica, Artemisia absinthium, Bidens pilosa and Curcuma longa.
The Derwent Database, available in the Capes Periodical Portal, Google, Brazilian PTO and Espacenet were the websites used to make this research.
The main objective was to determine if innovations that contain these plants have been protected by the patents, also identify who were the principal ass...





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