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Switzerland Supplementary Protection Certificate: C01912999/01

These international patent data are derived from patent families, based on US drug-patent linkages. Accordingly, they should not be regarded as comprehensive records of ex-US drug-patent associations.
Country Patent Number Supplementary Protection Certificate SPC Country SPC Description SPC Expiration
European Patent Office 1912999 C01912999/01 Switzerland PRODUCT NAME: SIMEPREVIR; REGISTRATION NO/DATE: SWISSMEDIC 63215 04.03.2015   Start Trial
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