Created On: 2020-07-15
Record Count: 3
- Drug Discovery
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IPSCIO Record ID: 271607
The Licenseeâ€™s research and development efforts with Licensor, a non-profit institute, have been centered on selective screening of certain natural product for the purpose of identifying extracts and further isolating molecules that may be effective as potential anti-inflammatory, neuro-protective and oxidative stress relieving molecules.
IPSCIO Record ID: 227245
Licensor Technology shall mean (a) prior to the Effective Date, all proprietary inventions, improvements, discoveries, claims, formulae, processes, trade secrets, technologies, owned by Licensor or to which Licensor has the rights to grant licenses or sublicenses (including any academic collaborations), and relating to technology involving the transfection and expression of Targets into yeast cells and the development of such yeast cells as Screens for the discovery of potential products; and (b) after the Effective Date, all proprietary inventions, improvements, discoveries, claims, formulae, processes, trade secrets, technologies, owned by Licesor or to which Licensor has the rights to grant licenses or sublicenses, and utilized or arising under the Research Program, provided Licensor Technology shall not include any Licensee Technology as defined of the definition of Licensee Technology. For the purposes of clarity, the identity, sequence information, and structure of the Natural Ligand for any Third Party Target, or other information on the biological function of such Third Party Target are not Licensor Technology and may be provided by Licensee to Third Parties.
Surrogate Ligand shall mean any agonist molecule whose biological activity is identified or confirmed by Licensor through the use of Licensor Technology or Licensee Technology licensed to Licensor and which is biologically active against a Target thereby causing a cellular response and which is not a Natural Ligand or Analog of such Natural Ligand for such Target.
Natural Ligand shall mean a ligand produced by a human cell or a human pathogen whose biological activity is identified or confirmed through the use by Licensee (or on behalf of Licensee) or Licensor of Licensor Technology, which ligand is biologically active against a Target thereby causing a cellular response and which is reasonably confirmed to be a ligand for the Target, provided any of such Licensor Technology is proprietary to Licensor at the time of such use by Licensee or Licensor as the case may be.
The research collaboration and license agreement seeks to elucidate the function of orphan G protein-coupled receptors included within the collaboration and to create high-throughput screens to discover chemical compounds (i.e., potential drugs) that interact with these receptors.
IPSCIO Record ID: 173732
Unlike the traditional drug development process of identifying and synthesizing single bioactive molecules from plant sources, the Company's core technologies were developed based on empirical data that suggests that the health benefits and safe usage of certain plant-derived therapeutics might be the result of the natural combination of multiple molecules found in the plant extract and that single molecules, in isolation, may not replicate the natural plants' effectiveness. The PharmaPrint Process technology enables the Company to identify and quantify the bioactives within plant sources that are believed to provide therapeutic benefits and produce dietary supplements and pharmaceuticals having consistent batch-to-batch quantities and ratios of these bioactives.