Nothing in the field of genome editing has looked to be as ground breaking as clustered regularly interspaced short palindromic repeats (CRISPR). While it is difficult to predict the future for a technology that is still so young, activity in the patent landscape looks promising. In order to identify CRISPR-related patents, the IPlytics platform database was used to perform an extensive keyword search of patents filed worldwide in the CRISPR field. The search was based on the patent’s content (title, abstracts, description and claims), making use of state-of-the-art stemming and semantic indexing methods. The report shows recent patenting trends, looks at main patent holder and markets where patents have been filed.

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