Royalty Report: Drugs, cell therapy, Biotechnology – Collection: 213098

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Category: Technology Licenses, Created On: 2022-04-28, Record Count: 12

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Category: Technology Licenses
Created On: 2022-04-28
Record Count: 12

Primary Industries

  • Drugs
  • cell therapy
  • Biotechnology
  • bone marrow
  • Stem cells
  • Cancer
  • Supply
  • Therapeutic
  • Medical
  • Drug Discovery
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Disease
  • Wound Care
  • Enzymes

IPSCIO Report Record List

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IPSCIO Record ID: 213098

License Grant
The Israeli Licensee signed an agreement with the Israeli Licensor to conduct a Phase I/II trial of PLX-PAD cell therapy for the treatment of Steroid-Refractory Chronic Graft-Versus-Host-Disease ('GvHD').
License Property
PLX-PAD – PLacental eXpanded cells are placenta-derived cells that are designed to be administered to patients without the need for tissue or genetic matching.
Field of Use
The Licensee is a developer of placenta-based cell therapy products.

Graft-versus-host disease (GvHD) is a medical complication following the receipt of transplanted tissue from a genetically different person. GvHD is commonly associated with stem cell transplant (bone marrow transplant), but the term also applies to other forms of tissue graft. Immune cells (white blood cells) in the donated tissue (the graft) recognize the recipient (the host) as foreign (nonself).

IPSCIO Record ID: 59717

License Grant
Pursuant to the terms of the Merger Agreement, the Canadian Licensor will sublicense all rights, originally  granted Licensor by a third party on April 20, 2015, which granted an exclusive, worldwide, perpetual and fully paid-up license, including the right to sublicense, to the Licensed Technology known as rhDNase I.
License Property
rhDNase I is an early-stage enzyme-based product, recombinant human deoxyribonuclease I.
Field of Use
rhDNase I is a novel biological intended for the prevention and treatment of graft-versus-host disease. Graft-versus-host disease, or GVHD, is a potentially deadly complication that may occur following a stem cell or bone marrow transplant.

IPSCIO Record ID: 346226

License Grant
University granted us an exclusive, worldwide license under such patents and a nonexclusive royalty-bearing, worldwide license for such know-how to research, develop, commercialize and manufacture FCR001 and products containing FCR001 in all fields, without limitation. University also granted us the right to grant sublicenses in accordance with the University License Agreement.
License Property
The rights granted relate to certain licensed patent rights and know-how related to human facilitating cells for the Facilitated Allo-HSCT Therapy.

Aallogeneic hematopoietic stem cell transplantation (allo-HSCT), called Facilitated Allo-HSCT Therapy.  

The product candidate, FCR001, which is central to Facilitated Allo-HSCT Therapy, is a novel allogeneic cell therapy comprised of stem and immune cells that are procured from a healthy donor, who is also the organ donor in the case of organ transplantation. FCR001 is rapidly processed in the GMP facility using proprietary manufacturing methods. Then, at the time of the transplant, FCR001 is administered to the recipient following nonmyeloablative conditioning, which is designed to be less toxic than myeloablative conditioning. A fully myeloablative conditioning regimen consists of a combination of agents and high doses of total body irradiation that destroy hematopoietic stem cells (HSCs) in the bone marrow and results in profound depletion of HSC-derived cells within one to three weeks following administration that is irreversible, and in most instances is fatal unless rescued by a stem cell transplant. The nonmyeloablative conditioning for FCR001 entails lower doses of chemotherapy and total body irradiation, causes less depletion of blood cells and does not require stem cell support for the recipient to resume the production of blood cells and platelets.

Allo-HSCT Therapy has the potential to treat a range of severe autoimmune diseases and severe non-malignant blood, immune and metabolic disorders, in each case with potential for similar outcomes to what has previously been observed with HSCT, while mitigating the toxicities, morbidities and extended hospital stay associated with the conditioning regimen typically required by HSCT.

Field of Use
Field of use is for to transform the standard of care in solid organ transplantation, certain severe autoimmune diseases and certain severe non-malignant blood, immune and metabolic disorders, in all fields, without limitation.

Facilitated Allo-HSCT Therapy could prevent organ rejection without the morbidity and mortality that has been associated with the use of lifelong anti-rejection medicines, also known as chronic immunosuppression.

IPSCIO Record ID: 383612

License Grant
Licensor grants an exclusive, even as to Licensor, except as required for Licensor to meet its development and supply obligations hereunder, right and license, with the right to sublicense, during the Term of this Agreement under the Licensor Intellectual Property and Licensors interest in any Joint Patent Rights and Joint Technology solely to research, develop, make, have made, use, sell, offer for sale and import Products in the Field in the Licensee Territory, and a non-exclusive right and license, with the right to sublicense, during the Term of this Agreement under the Licensor Intellectual Property to research, make, have made, use and export Products in the Field in North America.
License Property
Licensor is a stem cell therapeutic leader focused on developing and marketing products to treat medical conditions and possesses broad scientific and clinical leadership in the field of human mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) and know-how, expertise and intellectual property rights pertaining to MSCs, including its Prochymal product and Chondrogen product.

Chondrogen shall mean any formulation, dosage form or delivery system that contains culturally expanded, undifferentiated, unmodified human MSCs for local delivery for the Articulating Orthopedic Indication and any Improvements thereto.

Prochymal shall mean any formulation, dosage form or delivery system suitable for Vascular Administration that contains culturally expanded, undifferentiated, unmodified human MSCs, and any Improvements thereto.

Ulcerative Colitis Indication shall mean the use of Prochymal for the treatment or prevention of ulcerative colitis.

Mesenchymal Stem Cells or MSCs shall mean the human formative pluripotential blast cells found inter alia in bone marrow, blood, dermis and periosteum that are capable of differentiating into any of the specific types of mesenchymal or connective tissues.

COPD Indication shall mean the use of Prochymal to treat chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.

Articulating Orthopedic Indication shall mean the use of Chondrogen for preventing or treating diseases, defects or conditions of articulating joints, including cartilage and meniscus repair, osteoarthritis, osteochondral defect repair, and the treatment of acute and chronic orthopedic pain within an articulating joint.

Crohns Indication shall mean the use of Prochymal to treat Crohns disease.

Diabetes Indication shall mean the use of Prochymal for the prevention or treatment of Type I diabetes.

GvHD Indication shall mean the use of Prochymal to treat or prevent graft versus host disease.

Cardiac Indication shall mean the use of Prochymal to treat or prevent acute myocardial infarction.

Pain Therapeutic shall mean use of Chondrogen for the mitigation or relief of orthopedic pain with a Statistically Significant duration of relief of at least one year.

Field of Use
Field shall mean with respect to Prochymal, all applications for the prevention or treatment of diseases, defects, or conditions in humans, and with respect to Chondrogen, the Articulating Orthopedic Indication.

IPSCIO Record ID: 335

License Grant
In this agreement the Company entered into a definitive license agreement and an exclusive option agreement to negotiate a commercial license. The Israeli Licensor, a shareholder of Licensee, is the technology transfer and commercial arm of an Institute of Science for research conducted for an invention comprising methods of bone marrow transplantation and cell therapy utilizing Veto cells.

The Licensor granted the Company an exclusive worldwide license under the licensed information and the patents for the development, manufacture and sale of the products.

License Property
The Licensor is involved with research for an invention comprising methods of bone marrow transplantation and cell therapy utilizing Veto-Cells. Veto-Cell immune system management technology, is an immune tolerance biotechnology that enables the selective blocking of immune responses.

Our Veto-Cell technology is a next generation cell-therapy technology that enables the selective attenuation of the immune system. In other words, pre-clinical studies suggest that the treatment has the ability to reduce the immune response to selective “threats,” with low risk for adverse side effects.

IPSCIO Record ID: 27617

License Grant
The parties are collaborating on a variety of indications utilizing PLX cells. According to the agreement, the Licensee be the exclusive owner of the technology and any products produced as a result of the collaboration.
License Property
The patented PLX (PLacental eXpanded) cells function as a platform that releases a number of therapeutic proteins in response to various local and systemic inflammatory and ischemic signals, generated by the patient’s own body. PLX cells are grown using proprietary 3D micro-environment technology that produces a product requiring no tissue matching prior to administration.
Field of Use
PLX cells may be effective in supporting bone marrow transplantation and in treating bone marrow suppression from radiation and chemotherapy.

IPSCIO Record ID: 330906

License Grant
University hereby grants to Licensee and Licensee hereby accepts an exclusive license, subject to any rights of the government in the Territory for the Field of Use, with the right to sublicense, under the Technology Rights and an exclusive license to the technology developed as of the Effective Date by Joshua M. Hare, M.D., that is not encumbered by any third party rights, which in University’s sole discretion, Is necessary to practice the Technology Rights to research, develop, make, have made, use, sell and import the Product(s) and to practice the Process(es) described and/or claimed In the Technology Rights,
License Property
Technology Rights shall mean Cell Aging Frailty-related MSC technology specifically set forth in Agreement.
Field of Use
Field of Use shall mean all fields for aging-related frailty.
Aging Frailty is a common geriatric condition that disproportionately increases a patient’s risk for poor clinical outcomes due to disease and injury, and is widely believed by geriatricians to ultimately be treatable.  MSCs are biological entities obtained from living humans that can pose risks to the recipient.  MSC therapies require many manufacturing steps. Cells must be harvested from donor tissue, isolated, and expanded in cell culture to produce a sufficient number of cells for use. Each step carries risks for contamination by other cells, microbes, or adventitious agents. The transfer of cells into a recipient can also carry risks and complications associated with the procedure itself, and a recipient may reject the transplanted cells.

IPSCIO Record ID: 362432

License Grant
Licensor grants an exclusive license, including the right to grant sublicenses, under the Licensed Patent Rights and Licensed Technology and Licensors interest in any Improvements, subject at all times to the restrictions and obligations under a Stanford Agreement with respect to the Stanford IP, to research, develop, test, obtain Regulatory Approval for, make, have made, use, have used, sell, offer for sale, have sold, import, have imported, export and have exported Licensed Products, including, without limitation, any Dimerizer included or utilized therein, in the Territory, for any and all uses within the Licensed Field during the Term, and to make, have made, use, import and export, in each case solely for research purposes, including pre-clinical IND-enabling toxicology and other pre-clinical studies, but not to conduct clinical trials with respect to or to obtain Regulatory Approval for, sell or commercialize, Licensed Products, including, without limitation, any Dimerizer included or utilized therein, for any indication other than the Primary Indications until the end of the Expansion Period and, if Licensee elects to add Additional Indications to the Licensed Field during the Expansion Period, for any indication other than the Primary Indications and the Additional Indications until the end of the Non-Cancer Expansion Period.

This agreement includes a non-exclusive grant back from Licensee to Licensor.

License Property
Licensor is the owner of or otherwise controls certain proprietary Licensed Patent Rights and Licensed Technology.

Licensors Dimerizer shall mean the compound known as xx1903, all analogs and derivatives of xx1903 and any Dimerizcr or salt thereof, where the composition of matter thereof or its use as a divalent ligand is, at any time during the Primary License Term, within the scope of a claim in any patent or patent application within the Licensed Patent Rights.

xx1903 is for the treatment of GvHD as an orphan drug.

GvHD shall mean a clinical condition involving acute or chronic adverse effects or symptoms resulting from the allogenic transplantation of bone marrow, hematopoietic or stem cells into a human being in which engrafted donor cells attack the patients organs and tissues which can be treated by activating cell signaling leading to apoptosis of the transplanted cells.

Cell Transplantation Indication shall mean GvHD or any other acute or chronic adverse clinical effect in a human being resulting from transplantation of bone marrow, hematopoietic or stem cells that can be treated by inducing apoptosis of transplanted cells, or in the case of a bone marrow, hematopoietic or stem cell product for transplantation that includes cells containing a gene coding for an Inducible Caspase, any disease or condition in a human being that can be treated by such product.

Licensed Products include  BPX-101 (formerly BP-GMAX-CDJ) , and, CaspaCIDe Donor Lymphocyte Infusion.

Field of Use
Licensed Field shall mean the treatment or prevention of the progression or occurrence in humans of any Primary Indication and/ or any Additional Indication, such as kidney cancer, or any noncancer indication, as the case may be.

Licensee is developing cell therapies to treat cancers and other chronic and life-threatening diseases.

IPSCIO Record ID: 3624

License Grant
The Israeli Licensor hereby grants to the Licensee, an exclusive license to exploit in any manner and for any and all purposes the Patent, including the right to grant sublicenses, make, have made, use, market and sell the Products.
License Property
The Company entered into a License Agreement to acquire a License of stem cell expansion technology related to bone marrow transplants. The Company received an exclusive, worldwide License to use the technology over the life of the related patent. The License grants exclusivity over all products, uses and related intellectual property, and grants the Company the right to enter into sub-Licenses. This technology, if fully developed, will offer novel solutions to make procedures like bone marrow transplants and other methods of cell therapy more accessible to patients suffering from leukemia, lymphoma, myeloma and a broad range of complicated diseases and disorders.

IPSCIO Record ID: 29036

License Grant
The Registrant sold its Eligix(TM) HDM Cell Separation System business to the German Buyer.
License Property
The Eligix(TM) HDM Cell Separation Systems use monoclonal antibodies to remove unwanted cells from bone marrow, peripheral blood stem cell and donor leukocyte grafts used in transplant procedures.

IPSCIO Record ID: 2550

License Grant
The Company hereby grants a worldwide, non-exclusive, non-transferable, non-assignable, non-sublicensable  terminable license under the Intellectual Property that is the subject of Medtronic’s infringement, to make, have made, use, import, distribute, sell, have sold the Licensed Products incorporating or utilizing such Subject Technology within the Medtronic Area of Interest.
License Property
Medtronic Area of Interest means the areas of cardiovascular (excluding the tissue-engineered vascular grafts), endocrine, neurological, and spinal conditions or diseases.

A. ISSUED U.S. PATENTS
4,721,096   Process for Replicating Bone Marrow In Vitro and Using the Same
4,960,489   Three-Dimensional Cell and Tissue Culture System
5,032,508   Three-Dimensional Cell and Tissue Culture System
5,160,490   Three-Dimensional Cell and Tissue Culture System Apparatus
5,266,480   Three-Dimensional Skin Culture System
5,443,950   Three-Dimensional Cell and Tissue Culture System
5,460,939   Temporary Living Skin Replacement
5,478,739   Three-Dimensional Stromal Cell and Tissue Culture System
5,510,254   Three-Dimensional Cell and Tissue Culture System
5,512,475   Three-Dimensional Skin Cell and Tissue Culture System
5,516,680   Three-Dimensional Kidney Cell and Tissue Culture System
5,516,681   Three-Dimensional Pancreatic Cell and Tissue Culture System
5,518,915   Three-Dimensional Mucosal Cell and Tissue Culture System
5,541,107   Three-Dimensional Bone Marrow Cell and Tissue Culture System
5,559,022   Liver Reserve Cells
5,578,485   Three-Dimensional Blood-Brain Cell and Tissue Culture System
5,580,781   Three-Dimensional Tumor Cell and Tissue Culture System
5,599,788   Method for Accelerating Skin Wound Healing with H3 Protein
5,624,840   Three-Dimensional Liver Cell and Tissue Culture System
5,714,588   Enhancement of Cellular Attachment Using H3 Protein
5,763,267   Apparatus for the Large Scale Growth and Packaging of Cell
            Suspensions and Three-Dimensional Tissue Cultures
5,785,964   Three-Dimensional Genetically Engineered Cell and Tissue Culture
            System
5,792,603   Apparatus and Method for Sterilizing, Seeding, Culturing, Storing,
            Shipping and Testing Tissue, Synthetic or Native, Vascular Grafts
5,827,729   Diffusion Gradient Bioreactor and Extracorporeal Liver Device
            Using a Three-Dimensional Liver Tissue
5,830,708   Methods for Production of a Naturally Secreted Extracellular Matrix
5,842,477   Method for Preparing Cartilage
5,843,766   Apparatus for the Growth and Packaging of Three Dimensional
            Tissue Cultures
5,846,828   Apparatus and Method for Sterilizing, Seeding, Culturing,
            Storing, Shipping and Testing Tissue, Synthetic, or Mechanical
            Heart Valves or Valve Segments
5,849,588   Methods of Use of a Three-Dimensional Liver Cell and Tissue
            Culture System
5,858,721   Three-Dimensional Cell and Tissue Culture System
5,863,531   In Vitro Preparation of Tubular Tissue Structures by Stromal Cell
            Culture on a Three-Dimensional Framework
5,902,741   Three Dimensional Cartilage Cultures
5,919,702   Production of Cartilage Tissue Using Cells Isolated From
            Wharton's Jelly

5,928,945   Application of Shear Flow Stress to Chondrocytes or Chondrocytre
            Stem Cells to Produce Cartilage
5,962,325   Three-Dimensional Stromal Tissue Cultures
6,008,049   Diffusion Gradient Bioreactor and Extra-Corporeal Liver Device
6,022,743   Three-Dimensional Culture of Pancreatic Parenchymal Cells
            Cultured Living Stromal Tissue Prepared In Vitro
6,027,935   Gene Up-Regulated in Regenerating Liver
6,060,306   Apparatus and Method for Sterilizing, Seeding, Culturing, Storing,
            Shipping and Testing Replacement Cartilage Tissue Constructs
6,121,042   Apparatus and Method for Simulating In Vivo Conditions While
            Seeding And Culturing Three-Dimensional Tissue Constructs
6,140,039   Three-Dimensional Filamentous Tissue Having Tendon or Ligament
            Function
6,218,182   Method For Culturing Three-Dimensional Tissue in Diffusion
            Gradient Bioreactor and Use Thereof
6,284,284   Compositions and Methods for Production and Use of an Injectable
            Naturally Secreted Extracellular Matrix
6,291,240   Cells or Tissues With Increased Protein Factors and Method of
            Making Same

B. PENDING U.S. PATENT APPLICATIONS
08/488,165  Three-Dimensional Human Cell Cultures on Cardiac Valve Frameworks
            and Their Uses – on appeal
08/660,787  Compositions and Methods for Production and Use of an Injectable,
            Naturally Secreted Extracellular Matrix
09/256,649  Living Chimeric Skin Replacement
09/313,538  Conditioned Cell Culture Medium Compostions and Methods of Use
09/362,948  Genetically Engineered Cells Responsive to Environmental Cues
09/350,386  Human Naturally Secreted Extracellular Matrix-Coated Device and
            Methods for the Production and Uses Thereof
09/401,445  Three Dimensional Human Cell Cultures on Cardiac Valve Frameworks
            and Their Uses
09/411,585  Methods of Using a Three-Dimensional Stromal Tissue to Promote
            Angiogenesis
09/457,519  Application of Shear Flow Stress to Smooth Muscle Cells for the
            Production of Implantable Structures
09/482,203  Apparatus and Method for Sterilizing, Seeding, Cultiring, Storing,
            Shipping and Testing Tissue Synthetic or Native Vascular Grafts
09/603,642  Monitorable Three Dimensional Scaffolds and Tissue Culture
09/724,410  Cells or Tissues with Increased Protein Factors and Methods for
            Making Same
09/847,902  Container for Shipping Tissue
60/297,177  Compositions Comprising Conditioned Cell Culture Media and Uses
            Thereof

II. UNITED STATES PATENTS LICENSED TO ADVANCED TISSUE SCIENCES, INC.

A. LICENSED FROM THE MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
4,418,691   Method of Promoting the Regeneration of Tissue at a Wound
4,458,678   Cell-Seeding Procedures Involving Fibrous Lattices
4,505,266   Method of Using a Fibrous Lattice
4,638,045   Non-Peptide Polyamino Acid Bioerodible Polymers
4,806,621   Biocompatible, Bioerodible, Hydrophobic, Implantable Polyamino
            Carbonate Article
4,947,840   Biodegradable Templates for the Regeneration of Tissues
5,041,138   Neomorphogenesis of Cartilage In Vivo From Cell Culture
5,128,420   Method of Making Hydroxamic Acid Polymers From Primary Amide
            Polymers
5,399,665   Biodegradable Polymers For Cell Transplantation
5,514,378   Biocompatible Polymer Membranes and Methods of Preparation of Three
            Dimensional Membrane Structures
5,516,532   Injectable Non-Immunogenic Cartilage and Bone Preparation
5,654,381   Functionalized Polyester Graft Copolymers
5,736,372   Biodegradable Synthetic Polymeric Fibrous Matrix Containing
            Chondrocyte For In Vivo Production of a Cartilaginous Structure
5,759,830   Three-Dimensional Fibrous Scaffold Containing Attached Cells for
            Producing Vascularized Tissue In Vivo
5,770,193   Preparation of Three-Dimensional Fibrous Scaffold For Attaching
            Cells to Produce Vascularized Tissue In Vivo
5,770,417   Three-Dimensional Fibrous Scaffold Containing Attached Cells for
            Producing vascularized Tissue In Vivo
5,804,178   Implantation of Cell-Matrix Structure Adjacent Mesentery, Omentum or
            Peritoneum Tissue
6,123,727   Tissue Engineered Tendons and Ligaments
6,095,148   Neuronal Stimulation Using Electrically Conducting Polymers
6,224,893   Semi-Interpenetrating or Interpenetrating Polymer Network for Drug
            Delivery and Tissue Engineering

B. LICENSED FROM THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
5,650,299   Cells Producing Stem Cell Proliferation Factor
5,981,708   Stem Cell Proliferation Factor

IPSCIO Record ID: 383557

License Grant
Licensor grants the Licensee of Japan an exclusive license in the Territory, with the right to grant sublicenses, under the Licensor Patents and Licensor Technology to develop, register and to obtain Product Registrations, use, make, have made, import, export, offer to sell, sell and have sold Products for use in the Field in the Territory.
License Property
Licensor is the owner of certain technology, including, but not limited to patents and know-how, relating to mesenchymal stem cells.

MSC shall mean human cells that are capable of differentiation into more than one mesenchymal lineage.

Product means any product or composition that contains MSC and/or any process or service performed with respect to recovery, expansion, maintenance, purification, storage, production, formulation or use of MSC.

The patents include
—  Monoclonal antibodies specific for marrow-derived mesenchymal cells;
—  Uses for non-autologus mesenchymal stem cells;
—  Osteoporosis bond regeneration;
—  Mesenchymal stem cells for prevention and treatment of immune responses in transplantation;
—  Mesenchymal stem cells as immunosuppressants;
—  Regulation of Hema topoietic stem cell  differentiation by the use of human mesenchymal stem cells;
—  Uses of fibroblasts or supernatants from fibroblasts for the suppression of immune responses in transplantation.

Field of Use
The Field means the use of MSC in or in conjunction with the treatment of hematological malignancies by the use of hematopoietic stem cells derived from peripheral blood, cord blood or bone marrow.

Hematologic malignancies are cancers that begin in blood-forming tissue, such as the bone marrow, or in the cells of the immune system. There are three main types of hematologic malignancies leukemia, lymphoma and multiple myeloma.

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