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USAN is published in the and monthly on the USAN website.
The International Nonproprietary Names (INN) Progamme maintains both the proposed INN (p INN) and recommended INN (r INN) lists.
In the event there is an objection filed to a USAN/proposed INN, the USAN Council could rescind the name and rename the compound in order to harmonize with the INN.
Following the p INN's objection period, the final stage of the process is the r INN.
These stems will be utilized in creating USAN and INN for compounds manufactured by several pharmaceutical companies and are not available for ownership.
Failure to recognize this is an impediment to the work of the USAN Council is seriously diminished in establishing new USAN in a class of drugs and the freedom of both the USAN and INN programs in selecting further nonproprietary names in the same series of substances.
Additional searches can include the United States Patent and Trademark Office and the Office for Harmonization in the Internal Market (Trademarks and Designs) that provides information regarding the European Community.
Applicants are asked to not use the p INN until it has become a r INN to avoid confusion if the name is modified.
Please note that objections to p INNs are rare but USAN cannot guarantee they will not occur.
A fee of ,000 applies only to USANM submissions for salts of substances for which the parent (base) compound has a USAN.
Sponsors who plan to market a salt or ester must name the form that will be marketed.
The USAN Program's definition of a salt includes counterions, coprecipitated solvent or acid molecules and metal ion chelates.