View the results of your search in an abbreviated record format. At the top of the page appears a summary of the search statement that retrieved the results, including the selected timespan and any selected data restrictions such as document types and languages.
All bibliographic records that appear on the Results page are source records. Source records are from journals that we have indexed in the product. Every source record has a Full Record that you can access. Moreover, you can add every source record to the Marked List.
The patent number displays on the first line. To the right of the patent number(s), you will find the Derwent Primary Accession Number.
Below the patent number is the title of the patent followed by the assignee, inventor(s), and the number of citing patents.
Refine Results Panel
More Options / Values
You can further refine the results, exclude specific records, or sort records by record count or in alphabetical order.
Select Analyze Results to go to the Analyze Results page and analyze the field data from your search. This feature allows you to extract data values from a selected field. The product then produces a report showing the values in ranked order.
Search within Results for ...
To filter or reduce results on the Results page, enter a Topic query in the Search within Results text box, and then click Search. This search returns only those records in the original set that contain the topic term(s) you enter. The search terms may appear in any order within a retrieved record.
To search for an exact phrase within the results, enclose the phrase in quotation marks.
All searches are added to the Search History table.
Create Alert / RSS Button
Click this button if you want to save your search as a Saved Searches alert. The product takes you to the Save Search History dialog where you can save the selected records as a search history, create an e-mail alert, and create an RSS feed.
You must be a registered user and you must sign in to save your results as a search history.
Your institution must have a subscription to alerting to save a search history as an alert -- otherwise, the button does not display. Check with your System Administrator to see if your institution subscribes to alerting.
See Save Search History for more information.
Displays the total number of times a published patent was cited by other patents within the product database. Click the link to go to a Citing Patents page to view each record that cited the original record.
Options to output records are available from the Results, Full Record, and Marked List pages.
See also: Output Records
Add to Marked List
Add records to your Marked List where you can later print, save, e-mail, order, or export from the Marked List page.
See also Marking Records
Error including document: A document with id 4618-TRS does not exist.
Error including document: A document with id 6971-TRS does not exist.
Records are sorted by Latest Date, the default sort option. However, you can sort the results by selecting another sort option from the Sort by menu on the right side of the page.
A red EN icon indicates the record has been saved to your EndNote online library. Click the icon to go to your library.
This icon only appears if you have signed in and if the record is already in your EndNote library.
See also EndNote
Did You Know ...
This icon means the patent record contains compound data. A subscription to Derwent Chemistry Resource is required to view compound structures.