It follows from the test of infringement1 that infringement is not necessarily avoided by replacing an inessential integer by a variant, or omitting it altogether2. If, however, ingenuity or invention would be needed to appreciate that the integer concerned could be replaced in such a way, it is unlikely that it can be an inessential integer
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