First patent internal milestone accomplished

We have succeeded in parsing with a small GF grammar the first example claim which reads Mouse complement-fixing monoclonal antibody which (i) reacts with essentially all normal human peripheral T-cells but (ii) does not react with any of the normal human peripheral cells in the group comprising b cells, null cells and macrophages.

Difficulties included reducing number of ambiguities from over 100 ASTs to 4, witch are all reasonable. That was done by introducing a hierarchy of Common Noun objects. The demo of the patents project will be given on May the 3rd. Everyone is invited.

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