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Patent Portfolio Analysis of Hair/Scalp Cosmeceuticals

@inproceedings{Pawar2015PatentPA,
  title={Patent Portfolio Analysis of Hair/Scalp Cosmeceuticals},
  author={M. Pawar},
  year={2015}
}
The paper identifies the patenting trend of calp health actives in a leave-on product. A landscape of innovation portfolios generated through R&D in scalp care and hair care segment has been investigated covering six years period i.e. from 2008 to 2013. Patents have been classified based on benefit from active ingredient, number of benefits from active ingredient, nature of active ingredient, assignee, priority year, country of origin and container/applicator system. The patenting trend… Expand
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