No patent right shall be granted for any invention-creation that is contrary to the laws of the State or social morality or that is detrimental to public interest, article 5 of the Patent Law says, and the article 25 lists out following concrete examples:
(1) scientific discoveries;
(2) rules and methods for mental activities;
(3) methods for the diagnosis or for the treatment of diseases;
(4) animal and plant varieties;
(5) substances obtained by means of nuclear transformation.