Royalty Report: Drugs, Cancer, Pharmaceuticals – Collection: 25786


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Category: Technology Licenses, Created On: 2022-04-28, Record Count: 10


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Category: Technology Licenses
Created On: 2022-04-28
Record Count: 10

Primary Industries

  • Drugs
  • Cancer
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Biotechnology
  • Therapeutic
  • Drug Discovery
  • Disease
  • Proteins
  • Delivery

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IPSCIO Record ID: 25786

License Grant
Licensee received an exclusive worldwide license from the University.  This includes the rights to sublicense and the intellectual property associated with SDX-101 and SDX-102, as well as issued patents and patent applications for several pre-clinical-stage projects, including the SDX-103 program.
License Property
SDX-101 is an oral compound which does not suppress the body’s immune system for the treatment of CLL. SDX-101 is an isomer, or component, of Lodine®, a marketed anti-inflammatory drug. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration, or FDA, has granted orphan drug status, a designation for drugs intended to treat a rare disease or condition affecting no more than 200,000 individuals in the U.S., for SDX-101 for the treatment of CLL.

SDX-102 is an intravenously administered small molecule which laboratory studies have shown kills tumors which cannot produce an important metabolic enzyme. Safety and tolerability data on SDX-102 were collected in clinical trials conducted at academic centers sponsored by the National Cancer Institute, or the NCI. These clinical trials tested the drug across a variety of cancers which are now known to produce this enzyme with a high frequency. The Licensee developed a proprietary, practical laboratory assay, or test, to identify patients whose cancers cannot produce this metabolic enzyme. In 2004, the Licensee was conducting Phase II trials of SDX-102 and are using their assay to select patients for these trials in difficult-to-treat cancers, including non-small cell lung cancer, or NSCLC, pancreatic and mesothelioma, none of which was previously studied by the NCI. The SDX-103 program involves analogs of the compound indanocine. Indanocine and indanocine analogs were synthesized and characterized at the University by the Licensee's founders. Indanocine displayed potent anti-proliferative activity when tested against a multitude of cancer cell lines at the NCI. These compounds differ from many clinically used drugs that block cell division in that they are active against multi-drug resistant cells and selectively kill non-dividing malignant cells. Anti-tumor activity of SDX-103 analogs has been observed in preliminary animal studies.

Field of Use
SDX-101 is covered by two use patents in the U.S. that prohibit third parties from using etodolac and etodolac analogs to treat CLL and NHL and R-etodolac and R-etodolac analogs to treat leukemias. These use patents expire in 2019. In the U.S. and selected foreign countries, the Licensee is pursuing additional use patents for etodolac, R-etodolac and etodolac analogs as well as composition of matter patents for etodolac analogs in the U.S. and in selected foreign countries.  SDX-102 and assay methods were covered by two use patents in the U.S. that prohibit third parties from using an assay to measure MTAP status in a patient and then treating with an adenyl succinate synthetase inhibitor such as alanosine. These patents expired in 2013. SDX-102 is also covered by a patent in the U.S. that prohibits third parties from treating multiple drug resistance in MTAP-deleted tumors using an adenine synthesis inhibitor, such as l-alanosine. A patent application covering an assay method and monoclonal antibody for determining the presence or absence of MTAP is currently pending. Similar applications are being pursued or have issued in selected foreign countries.

IPSCIO Record ID: 372535

License Grant
Licensor grants an exclusive, world-wide license under the Licensed Patents to import, make, have made, use, sell, offer for sale and have sold Licensed Products for the Field of Use.
License Property
Licensor has certain intellectual property rights related to nucleoside analog pharmaceuticals including Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide and prodrugs of Cordycepin.

The patents relate to Nucleoslde Prodrugs Resistant to Metabolic Deactivatlon.

Field of Use
Cordycepin has been studied in a National Cancer Institute-sponsored Phase I clinical trial for treating TdT-positive ALL leukemia patients. The therapy depends upon the presence of TdT for its activity. TdT is a polymerase expressed in immature, pre-B, pre-T lymphoid cells, and acute lymphoblastic leukemia/lymphoma cells. TdT, and similar enzymes found in fungi and parasites, recognize Cordycepin and its analogues and add them onto growing nucleic acid chains thereby terminating synthesis of the nucleic acid and replication of the cell. Importantly, TdT expression in normal human tissue is limited to primitive lymphoid cells in the bone marrow and thymus, so most normal cells in the body are unaffected by the drug. In addition to effectively treating TdT-positive ALL and CML, Cordycepin can also be used to treat diffuse high-grade lymphoblastic lymphoma, which also expresses TdT.

IPSCIO Record ID: 4661

License Grant
The parties entered into an exclusive license agreement to develop and commercialize lucitanib on a global basis, excluding China.
License Property
Lucitanib is an oral, potent inhibitor of the tyrosine kinase activity of fibroblast growth factor receptors 1 through 3 (FGFR1-3), vascular endothelial growth factor receptors 1 through 3 (VEGFR1-3) and platelet-derived growth factor receptors alpha and beta (PDGFR α-ß).
Field of Use
A Phase I/IIa clinical trial of lucitanib was initiated in 2010 and has demonstrated multiple objective responses in FGFR1 gene-amplified breast cancer patients, and objective responses were also observed in patients with tumors often sensitive to VEGFR inhibitors, such as renal cell and thyroid cancer. FGFR amplification is common in a number of tumor types, including breast cancer and squamous non-small cell lung cancer, and we intend to study lucitanib in these cancers as well as other solid tumors exhibiting FGFR pathway activation.

IPSCIO Record ID: 65323

License Grant
The Company has a license agreement with the University under which the Company received an exclusive, worldwide license to develop and commercialize CNDO-109 to active NK cells for the treatment of cancer-related and other conditions.   Under the terms of the license agreement, the Company is allowed to grant sublicenses to third parties without the prior approval of the University.
License Property
The product candidate is CNDO-109, a lysate (disrupted CTV-1 cells, cell membrane fragments, cell proteins and other cellular components) that activates donor Natural Killer (NK) cells. CTV-1 is a leukemic cell line re-classified as a T-cell acute lymphocytic leukemia (ALL).  The manufacturing process for CNDO-109 activated NK cells is currently under development.   The Company has produced a master cell bank and a working cell bank of CTV-1 cells in collaboration with Party A, and has contracted with Party B and C for services related to development, manufacture and testing services.  The Company is sponsoring an ongoing Phase 1/2 study in patients with AML who are in their first complete remission (CR1) and who are at a high risk of relapsing. This study has completed enrollment and is expected to remain open to follow the status of patients until mid-2016.  

With respect to CNDO-109, the Company has exclusive rights to International Patent Application No. PCT/GB2006/000960 and all pending United States and foreign counterpart applications including granted U.S. Patents No. 8,257,970 and 8,637,308 and the corresponding national phase applications granted in Australia and India and filed in Canada, Europe and Japan, directed to the stimulation of NK cells and related CNDO-109 compositions and methods including methods for the treatment of cancer and other conditions. This patent family has been in-licensed on an exclusive basis from University. The CNDO-109 patent has an expiration date of January 2029 in the absence of any patent term extension. By way of an amendment to the license agreement with Unversity, we also have exclusive rights to International Application No. PCT/GB2010/051135 and all pending United States and foreign counterpart applications including pending United States Patent Application Serial No. 12/833,694 and the corresponding national phase applications filed in Europe, Brazil, China, Israel, Singapore and South Africa, directed to the preservation of activated NK cells and related compositions and methods. The CNDO-109 patents that may issue from the former patent family would expire in July 2030 in the absence of any patent term extension. The amendment includes rights to certain additional confidential technologies as well.

CNDO-109 is a compound that has been shown to activate NK cells. When activated, NK cells have the ability to differentiate between normal cells and cancer cells, and kill cancer cells by granzyme mediated lysis, a biochemical process whereby the NK cells directly kill cancer cells by destroying their cell membranes and structures.

Field of Use
This agreement pertains to the drug industry relating to the treatment of cancer-related and other conditions.

IPSCIO Record ID: 26125

License Grant
A  portion of this intellectual property is owned by the Licensor and granted to the Company through an exclusive licensing agreement with Licensor, non-profit academic medical center.
License Property
One of the curaxins from the 9-aminoacridine group is a long-known anti-infective compound known as quinacrine, which we refer to as Curaxin CBLC102. It has  been  used for over 40 years to treat malaria, osteoarthritis and autoimmune disorders. However, we have discovered new mechanisms of action for quinacrine in the area of apoptosis. Through assay testing performed at Dr. Andrei Gudkov's laboratories beginning in 2002, which included testing  in a variety of human tumor-derived cell lines representing cancers of different  tissue origin (including RCC sarcomas, prostate, breast and colon carcinomas),  we have observed that Curaxin CBLC102 behaves as a potent NF-kB suppressor and  activator of p53 in these types of cancer cells. It has favorable  pharmacological and toxicological profiles and demonstrates the anticancer  effect in transplants of human cancer cells into primates. These features make  Curaxin CBLC102 our prime IND drug candidate among other curaxins. The drug  candidate is currently in Phase II clinical trials for treatment of hormone  refractory prostate cancer.  We also intend to conduct additional Phase II  clinical trials with Curaxin CBLC102 for RCC and multiple myeloma.
Field of Use
The rights granted apply to the healthcare industry.  Licensee is engaged in the discovery, development and commercialization of products for cancer treatment and protection of normal tissues from radiation and toxins.

IPSCIO Record ID: 299281

License Grant
University grants a worldwide, exclusive license under the Patent Rights to make and have made, to use and have used, and to offer to sell, sell or import, and have offered to sell, sold or imported, the Licensed Products in the Field of Use, and to practice and have practiced the Licensed Processes and Know-How.

University also grants the right to enter into sublicensing agreements under the Patent Rights.

License Property
The University rights are for the Method for Synthesizing Epothilones and Epothilone Analogs and any other U.S. application owned by the University that has Valid Claims covering the manufacture, use, or sale of [trans-9,10-dehydro-epothilon,D].

Epothilones inhibit cell division with a mechanism of action similar to taxanes, one of the most successful classes of anti-tumor agents.

KOS-1584 is our epothilone anticancer clinical candidate that is being evaluated in dose-escalating Phase 1 clinical trials in patients with solid tumors.

Field of Use
The Licensee is developing its epothilone, KOS-1584, in Phase 1 clinical trials and it has shown activity in patients with non-small cell lung, ovarian, breast, pancreatic, prostate and other cancers.

IPSCIO Record ID: 27588

License Grant
The Licensor granted an exclusive worldwide license, with the right to sublicense, under certain patents and patent applications to make, have made, use, sell, offer to sell and import certain anti-androgen steroids including galeterone. In addition, the Licensor granted a first option to receive an exclusive license to its rights in certain improvements to the licensed products.
License Property
Galeterone, is a highly selective, multi-targeted, oral small molecule drug candidate that is believed to have advantages over existing prostate cancer therapies. Galeterone disrupts the activation of the pathway through multiple mechanisms of action inhibition of the enzyme CYP17, which blocks the synthesis of testosterone; androgen receptor antagonism, which blocks the binding of testosterone or DHT with the androgen receptor; and androgen receptor degradation, which reduces the amount of androgen receptor protein in the tumor cells. The license includes rights to a U.S. patent covering compositions and methods of use of a class of compounds encompassing galeterone, which expires in 2017.
Field of Use
The Licensee exercised their option and acquired exclusive rights to licensed improvements under three amendments to the license agreement. In March 2009, the license agreement was amended to grant an exclusive license to oral prodrugs of the licensed products. In April 2012, the license agreement was amended to grant an exclusive license to compositions and methods of inducing endoplasmic reticulum stress. In October 2013, the license agreement was amended to grant an exclusive license to a patent application directed to analogs of galeterone that disrupt androgen receptor signaling by degrading the androgen receptor.

The Licensee had administered galeterone to over 250 prostate cancer patients and healthy volunteers in Phase I and Phase II clinical trials. The plans for a Phase III clinical trial are for the first half of 2015.

IPSCIO Record ID: 362528

License Grant
Licensor, individual, grants to the Company an exclusive license in the Field of Use to practice under the Patent Rights and to utilize the Know-how and Improvements in the Territory, and to make, have made, use, lease and/or sell the Licensed Products and to practice and have practiced the Licensed Processes, to the full end of the term for which the Patent Rights are granted, unless sooner terminated as hereinafter provided and sublicense to third parties.

Licensor hereby grants to the Company the right to grant sublicenses to third parties under the license granted hereunder in its sole discretion.

License Property
Licensor developed an invention entitled Metabolically inert anti-inflammatory and antitumor antifolates specifically 4-methylene-5, 8, 10-trideazaaminopterin, M-trex, the Technology.

CH-1504 is an orally delivered molecule with believed anti-inflammatory and anti-tumor properties. We believe that CH-1504 has potential applications in autoimmune disease, particularly rheumatoid arthritis, psoriasis and certain cancers as demonstrated in a series of pre-clinical studies

Field of Use
The Field of Use shall mean all uses.  Licensee is a development stage biopharmaceutical company that acquires and develops innovative products for the treatment of a variety of human diseases.

IPSCIO Record ID: 27631

License Grant
The Licensee has the exclusive right to develop, manufacture and commercialize Opdivo in all territories worldwide except Japan, South Korea and Taiwan (where the Licensor was responsible for all development and commercialization prior to the amendment). The alliance agreement was amended to provide for additional collaboration activities in Japan, South Korea and Taiwan pertaining to Opdivo and several other Licensee compounds including ipilimumab, lirilumab, urelumab and BMS-986016 (anti-LAG3). Both parties have the right and obligation to jointly develop and commercialize the compounds. The Licensee is responsible for supply of the product.
License Property
The agreement is to develop and commercialize Opdivo, an anti-PD-1 human monoclonal antibody being investigated as an anti-cancer treatment. Opdivo (nivolumab) is a fully human monoclonal antibody that binds to the programmed death receptor-1 (PD-1) on T and NKT cells. It is being investigated as an anticancer treatment. It is in Phase III trials (which commenced in 2012) in non-small cell lung cancer, renal cell cancer and melanoma.
Field of Use
The parties jointly own a patent covering Opdivo as a composition of matter that expires in 2027 in the U.S. (excluding potential patent term extension). In December 2014, the FDA approved Opdivo for unresectable (inoperable) or metastatic melanoma, and disease progression following Yervoy and, if BRAF V600 mutation positive, a BRAF inhibitor. Opdivo was also approved in Japan in July 2014 for the same indication. The FDA has granted Fast Track designation for Opdivo in three tumor types non-small cell lung cancer, renal cell carcinoma and metastatic melanoma, and it is in the registrational process for melanoma and non-small cell lung cancer in the U.S. and Europe. The FDA granted Breakthrough Therapy designation for Hodgkin Lymphoma in 2014.

IPSCIO Record ID: 359490

License Grant
The Chinese Licensor and Licensee collaborated on the sale for ORPATHYS® (savolitinib) in China.  Licensor is responsible for the clinical development, marketing authorization, manufacturing and supply of ORPATHYS® in China, while Licensee is responsible for its commercialization on China sales.
License Property
ORPATHYS® (savolitinib), an oral, potent, and highly selective small molecule inhibitor of MET, a receptor tyrosine kinase.

ORPATHYS® is an oral, potent, and highly selective MET tyrosine kinase inhibitor (“TKI”) that has demonstrated clinical activity in advanced solid tumors. It blocks atypical activation of the MET receptor tyrosine kinase pathway that occurs because of mutations (such as exon 14 skipping alterations or other point mutations) or gene amplification.

The Phase II trial is an open-label, two-cohort, multi-center study to evaluate the efficacy, safety and pharmacokinetics (“PK”) of ORPATHYS® in locally advanced or metastatic GC or GEJ patients whose disease progressed after at least one line of standard therapy.

Field of Use
Field of use is for the treatment of patients with locally advanced or metastatic non-small cell lung cancer (“NSCLC”).
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