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Budapest treaty on the international recognition of the deposit of microorganisms


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BUDAPEST TREATY ON THE INTERNATIONAL
RECOGNITION OF THE DEPOSIT OF MICROORGANISMS
FOR THE PURPOSES OF PATENT PROCEDURE

STATEMENT IN THE CASE OF AN ORIGINAL DEPOSIT


pursuant to Rule 6.1
TO:

NATIONAL MEASUREMENT INSTITUTE


1/153 Bertie Street
Port Melbourne, VIC 3207

Phone: +61 3 9644 4841

Fax: +61 3 9644 4999

Email: budapest.treaty@measurement.gov.au

THE UNDERSIGNED HEREBY DEPOSITS UNDER THE BUDAPEST TREATY THE MICROORGANISM IDENTIFIED HEREUNDER AND UNDERTAKES NOT TO WITHDRAW THE DEPOSIT FOR THE PERIOD SPECIFIED IN RULE 9.11


I. IDENTIFICATION OF THE MICROORGANISM

Identification reference2:     

      Mixture of microorganisms
(mark with a cross where applicable)

II. CONDITIONS FOR CULTIVATION      3

     
1 This form may also be used if the undersigned converts into a deposit under the Budapest Treaty the deposit of a microorganism that he or his predecessor in title has already deposited outside the Budapest Treaty, with the same depository institution either before (Rule 6.4(d)) or after the acquisition by that institution of the status of international depository authority.

2 Number, symbols etc given to the microorganism by the depositor.

3 Mark with a cross if additional information is given on an attached sheet.


III. CONDITIONS FOR STORAGE      3

     

IV. CONDITIONS FOR TESTING VIABILITY      3

     

V. COMPONENTS OF MIXTURE (where applicable)      3

Description of components:

     


Method(s) for checking presence of components:

     



3 Mark with a cross if additional information is given on an attached sheet.


VI. PROPERTIES DANGEROUS TO HEALTH OR ENVIRONMENT

     4 The microorganism identified under I above has the following properties
which are or may be dangerous to health or the environment

     


     4 The undersigned is not aware of such properties

     3

VII. SCIENTIFIC DESCRIPTION AND/OR PROPOSED TAXONOMIC DESIGNATION5      3

Scientific description:

     


Proposed taxonomic designation:

     


VIII. ADDITIONAL DATA      6

IX. DEPOSITOR

Name:     

Address:     

Signature7:     

Date:     

3 Mark with a cross if additional information is given on an attached sheet.

4 Mark with a cross the applicable box.

5 It is strongly recommended that the scientific description and/or proposed taxonomic designation of the microorganism be indicated.

6 Mark with a cross if additional information (other than the information referred to in footnote 3) is given on an attached sheet, such as the source of the microorganism, the name(s) and address(es) of any other depository institution(s) with which the microorganism has been deposited, or the criterion used when drafting the proposed taxonomic designation. (The supplying of such information is optional.)

7 Where the signature is required on behalf of a legal entity, the typewritten name(s) of the natural person(s) signing on behalf of the legal entity should accompany the signature(s).

Depositor’s contact details

Tel:     

Fax:     

Email:     



Information for Depositors


  1. Before making a deposit, fill out all required details on the deposit form and include a copy of the completed form with the culture when it is transported. It would be appreciated if a copy of the deposit form is faxed/emailed to us before sending the culture, as this will give us notice to expect a delivery of a deposit.

  2. If the deposit is being sent from outside Australia, AQIS Import Permits and Declarations must be obtained and processed beforehand.

  3. Package the culture appropriately, in accordance with the requirements of the post office/courier used.

  4. Upon receipt, each culture is given a unique accession number, which is used as identification of the deposit for all future purposes.

  5. A separate receipt is then issued for each deposit. The receipt will include the accession number, date deposited, the name of the depositor and the name of the deposit. A copy of the receipt is immediately sent to the depositor. Once this information is received, the depositor can continue with the patent application.

  6. NMI then tests the viability and purity of the culture. If this is not possible (due to the nature of some microorganisms, e.g. viruses, plasmids, seeds), the depositor can perform their own viability test and supply a statement of viability when submitting their deposit.

  7. NMI issues a statement of viability for each deposit tested, and a copy is sent to the depositor. This statement informs the depositor of the viable or non-viable status of the deposit, the media used and the culture conditions. Please feel free to include any additional information which might assist in the handling and processing of the culture.

  8. When the viable status of the deposit is established, the culture is stored. Original freeze-dried cultures are stored under conditions recommended by the depositor. In addition, the pure, viable culture is stored. Normally deposits are stored as cultures in liquid nitrogen and as freeze-dried cultures at room temperature. However other storage conditions are available, e.g. –70°C, –20°C, 4°C, room temperature.

  9. Once preservation and storage of the culture is completed, the depositor is invoiced. The original receipts and viability statements are forwarded as well.

  10. It would be greatly appreciated if the depositor would keep us informed of changes in any of the following details:

  • company/institution name, contact person, address, phone and fax numbers

  • name of the deposit

  • the success or otherwise of the patent application, and the patent name and number if possible

  • the depositor’s intent with regard to continuing the deposit with NMI





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