Royalty Report: Drugs, obesity, Therapeutic – Collection: 253985

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Created On: 2020-07-15, Record Count: 3

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Created On: 2020-07-15
Record Count: 3

Primary Industries

  • Drugs
  • obesity
  • Therapeutic
  • Disease
  • Diabetes Treatment
  • Diet System

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IPSCIO Record ID: 253985

License Grant
With the Agreement, the Licensor granted to the Licensee of Sweden a license to the Licensed Patents and the Parties agreed to collaborate to generate Collaboration Compounds to be owned by Licensee.

The Parties are amending the Agreement to inter alia provide for a reduction of royalties and certain milestone payments otherwise due, permit Licensee to use certain data relating to bremelanotide, and, have Licensor conduct one or more additional clinical trials using bremelanotide.

Licensor grants the right, at Licensees expense, to inspect and copy, or otherwise obtain from Licensor, Safety Data relating to bremelanotide, and Licensee agrees to use such Safety Data.

As amended,  Licensor shall,  send to Licensee the originals of all Research Records including laboratory notebooks in respect of all work done and results achieved by Licensor under the Research Collaboration.

License Property
Bremelanotide is a compound, developed by Licensor outside and independent of the Agreement, on food intake, obesity or other metabolic parameters in healthy volunteers or patients.
Field of Use
The field of use is in further evaluating the potential of melanocortin-4 receptor compounds as effective treatments of obesity or other metabolic disorders.

IPSCIO Record ID: 263945

License Grant
Licensor grants to the Licensee, of Sweden, a perpetual, exclusive, subject to a retained right thereto for the sole purpose of Licensor carrying out its obligations under the Research Collaboration, right and license in the Territory, with the right to grant sublicenses, under Licensors right, title and interest in and to the Compounds, the Licensed Products, the Licensed Patents, the Licensed Know-How and the
Licensed Improvements to use and otherwise Exploit the Compounds, the Licensed Products, the Licensed Patents, the Licensed Know-How and the Licensed Improvements for use within the Licensed Field.
License Property
The collaboration is based on Licensors melanocortin receptor Obesity program and includes access to compound libraries, core technologies and expertise in melanocortin receptor drug discovery and development.

Licensor is engaged in research regarding modulation of the activity of the MC4 receptor, including regulation of appetite for treatment of obesity, diabetes and related metabolic syndrome.

The licensed know-how is for Information relating to Compounds, including without limitation cell binding, functional and efficacy Information, including both in vitro and in vivo data, to the extent not disclosed in the Licensed Patents;  Information relating to development plans and proposed activities. including but not limited to proposed work and activities with respect to chemotypes, modification of existing chemotypes, synthetic methods, formulations and routes of administration; and,  Information relating to other signal transduction pathways, such as activation of MAPkinase and regulation of levels of intracellular calcium, linked to activation of MC4 receptors, including exploration of correlations to the mechanism of action of Compounds.

60/712.283 Compounds and Methods for Treating Obesity

60/712.282 Methods for Selection of Melanocortin Receptor-Specific Agents for Treatment of Obesity

Field of Use
The Licensed Field means the palliative, prophylactic or therapeutic treatment of mammalian, including human, obesity, diabetes and related metabolic syndrome by use of a Compound, other than such Compound mentioned under, which binds to the melanocortin-4 receptor or the melanocortin-3 receptor; or a Compound which binds to the melanocortin-4 receptor and is effective for palliative, prophylactic or therapeutic treatment of any mammalian, including human, disease, syndrome or condition as a result of such binding to the melanocortin-4 receptor, but specifically excluding from either of the compounds which are functionally antagonists at either or both the melanocortin-4 receptor and the melanocortin-3 receptor as determined by an adenylyl cyclase assay system and which at clinical relevant doses, in either animal models or humans, result over a clinically relevant period in an increase in body weight such that the specifically excluded compounds may be useful for treatment of cachexia and related indications, provided. however, that any such compound otherwise excluded shall if useful for treatment of obesity, diabetes or related metabolic syndrome be included in the Licensed Field; and Compounds used or useful solely for the SD Field.

SD Field means the palliative, prophylactic or therapeutic treatment of mammalian, including human, sexual dysfunction, including erectile dysfunction and all related subindications, such as organic, psychogenic or iatrogenic inability to achieve or maintain an erection, ejaculatory failure, premature ejaculation, retrograde ejaculation. inability to achieve an orgasm. and the like. and female sexual dysfunction and all related subindications, such as organic, psychogenic or iatrogenic persistent or recurrent failure to attain or maintain the lubrication-swelling response of sexual excitement until completion of sexual activitv, including inhibited orgasm, dvspareunia, hypoactive sexual desire disorder, sexual anhedonia, sexual arousal disorder, vagjnismus, and the like.

IPSCIO Record ID: 211839

License Grant
The Australian Licensee desires to collaborate with an Australian University for a Project using the Research Expertise and a license of all Intellectual Property in the result of the Project.
License Property
The University has expertise in one or more areas of the Research Fields, and owns or has an exclusive license of the Pre-existing Intellectual Property.  The Patent has been licensed exclusively to the University and is for the Treatment of Obesity.  Products means the products and results of the Project.

Australian Provisional Patent Application No. PO 1085/96 (annexed hereto) entitled “Treatment of Obesity” filed on 18 July 1996.

Field of Use
The primary aim of this research program is to discover novel genes that will be integral to the development of new therapeutic approaches directed at the treatment and prevention of obesity.

The Project means scientific research using the Research Expertise into the role of potential pharmaceutical agents on food intake, body weight control and parameters of insulin resistance and diabetes as examined in studies into therapeutic regulators of food intake and appetite.

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