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I'd like to download the associated sequence listing for a patent. However, I can't seem to find a convenient way. I am aware that Patentscope hast a sequence listing browser. However, even though I know the patent's publication date, I can't seem to find it there.

Is there a database that makes the sequence listing available together with the actual patent?

PS: the patent I'm interested in in this specific case can be found here

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    I didn't find a separate sequence file either. That said, the cited document is only an application and not yet a patent. You can find the documents on the link you provided or else find the publication on Google Patents here: patents.google.com/patent/WO2019212351A2/en?oq=WO2019212351
    – Eric S
    Dec 22, 2023 at 18:18
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    In a listing of sequence files that application number is missing . Looks like they refer to it in the spec but didn’t actually file any sequences.
    – George White
    Dec 30, 2023 at 16:59
  • @GeorgeWhite thanks for that info. I wasn't aware that a patent can even be filed without also providing the sequences.
    – Dahlai
    Jan 3 at 9:43
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    As @EricS pointed out it is an application not a patent. Screwing up a filing is very possible.
    – George White
    Jan 3 at 17:13

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