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With respect to step two of the Mayo/Alice inquiry, Mayo argued that the '820 patent uses well-known techniques for identifying the presence of autoantibodies to MuSK and therefore does not contain an inventive concept.  In particular, Mayo pointed to the '820 patent specification, which states that "[i]ondination and immunoprecipitation are standard techniques in the art."  Athena countered that at the time the invention was made, the step of "detecting" autoantibodies was neither well understood nor routine, that the step of contacting MuSK or a MuSK epitope with a suitable label was novel, and although iodination and immunoprecipitation are standard techniques in the art, none of these steps are routine when applied to proteins.  The District Court concluded that Athena's argument was "unavailing," noting that "[n]one of the complexity to which Plaintiffs cite is described or claimed in the patent," and adding that "[o]n its face, the patent claims a process for detecting autoantibodies, not a process for creating the 125 I-MuSK."

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