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If you uncover a prior art reference that has a 1:1 correspondence with your claimed invention, you will need to think of an element to add to your claimed invention that is not contained in the prior art reference in order to differentiate your claimed invention and thereby negate such anticipation. If you find it impossible to this, then your invention is not patentable the way it is. You will therefore want to reconsider whether you should even try to obtain a patent on it at this point in time.

The thing that stirred up the public was that the companies did not even know anything about those sequences. It is much harder or impossible to do this now and even those past patents claiming such naked sequences may be invalid based on lack of utility. Some types of inventions that plainly lack utility are inventions that do not operate to produce the results claimed. Such inventions are called inoperative and if an invention does not work, it cannot be said to have any utility. These cases are rare, however, and usually revolve around inventions that are incredible, such as speculative claims that some uncharacterized composition cures a wide range of cancers.

The level of one of ordinary skill. This refers to the skill of those in your art in relation to the subject matter to which your claimed invention pertains. The level of predictability in the art. The more predictability in you art, the more likely it is that someone can practice your invention without undue experimentation. If one skilled in the art can readily anticipate the effect of changes within your invention’s field or subject matter, then there is predictability in the art. On the other hand, if one skilled in the art cannot predict how your invention’s topic matter would react to a change, then there is lack of predictability in the art.

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