Royalty Report: Medical, Scientific & Technical Instruments, Diagnostic – Collection: 274

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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

  • Medical
  • Scientific & Technical Instruments
  • Diagnostic
  • Drug Discovery
  • Proteins
  • X-ray

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IPSCIO Record ID: 274

License Grant
The exclusive License was granted, from the University to the Licensee, for the commercial development, manufacture, use, and sale of the technology.

This License may be sublicensed.

License Property
The Technology relates to a Method for Detecting Binding Constants Using Micro X-Ray Fluorescence (MXRF) has been developed in the course of the University's research and development at Los Alamos National Laboratory.
X-ray fluorescence spectroscopy is an economically feasible to measure the chemical composition of pharmaceuticals.
Micro X-ray fluorescence is a chemical analysis technique that uses the unique x-ray emissions of different chemical elements when they are illuminated by an x-ray source. We use this elemental analysis to measure the elemental changes caused by protein-drug interactions. We currently offer our customers analytical services using our technology to evaluate drug candidates for safety and efficacy. We believe that our technology can reduce the cost of drug discovery by detecting safety and efficacy issues at an early stage of development.

U.S. Patent Rights

DOE S-94,661 –  'Method for Detecting Binding Events Using Micro X-Ray Fluorescence Spectrometry,' Benjamin P. Warner et al., U.S. Patent Application No. 09/859,701, filed May 16, 2001.

DOE S-99,911 –  'Flow Method and Apparatus for Screening Chemicals Using Micro X-Ray Fluorescence,' George J. Havrilla et al., U.S. Patent Application No. 10/206,524, filed July 25, 2002.

DOE S-l00, 585 –  'Method and Apparatus for Detecting Chemical Binding,' Benjamin P. Warner et al., U.S. Patent Application No. 10/62 1,825, filed July 16, 2003.

DOE S-102,376 –   'Drug Development and Manufacturing,' Benjamin P. Warner et al., U.S. Patent Application No. 10/880,388, filed June 29, 2004.

International Patent Rights

DOE S-94,661 –   'Method for Detecting Binding Events Using Micro X-Ray Fluorescence Spectrometry,' Benjamin P. Warner et al., U.S. Patent Application No. 09/859,701, filed May 16, 2001I. International Patent protection is not available for this case.

DOE S-99,91J – 'Flow Method and Apparatus for Screening Chemicals Using Micro X-Ray Fluorescence,' George J. Havrilla et al., U.S. Patent Application No. 101206,524, filed July 25,2002. PCT Application 03/20 103 was filed on June 24, 2003. The Licensee elects international patent prosecution in the following countries:

DOE S-J 00,585 –  'Method and Apparatus for Detecting Chemical Binding,' Benjamin P. Warner et. al., U.S. Patent Application No. 10/621,825, filed July 16, 2003. PCT Application 04119678 was filed on June 16, 2004. The Licensee elects international patent prosecution in the following countries:

Country Application No. Filing Date
DOE S-1O2,376 –  'Drug Development and Manufacturing,' Benjamin P. Warner et al., U.S. Patent Application No. 10/880,388, filed June 29, 2004. A PCT Application may be filed on or before July 16, 2005.

IPSCIO Record ID: 260385

License Grant
The University grants to Licensee, an exclusive License to make, have made, use, import, sell and offer to sell, and have sold Licensed Inventions and Licensed Services under the Patent Rights.
License Property
The patents include Method for Detecting Binding Events Using Micro X-Ray Fluorescence Spectrometry;  Flow Method and Apparatus for Screening Chemicals Using Micro X-Ray Fluorescence;  Method and Apparatus for Detecting Chemical Binding;  and,  Drug Development and Manufacturing.

Technology means technical information, know-how, data and Patent Rights owned or controlled by the University and relating to a Method for Detecting Binding Constants Using Micro X-Ray Fluorescence (MXRF).

Field of Use
Licensee is a research and development company engaged in various aspects of drug discovery.  The company technology is based on direct chemical analysis of protein-drug combinations by means of micro X-ray fluorescence spectroscopy.

IPSCIO Record ID: 27713

License Grant
The company hereby grants an exclusive, royalty-bearing, worldwide license and sublicense (with the right to further sublicense) to use the Subject Technology solely within the Field of Use to develop, make and have made, use, sell, offer for sale, import, market and otherwise commercially exploit all Products in all markets.
License Property
Serial No.

Patent No.

1
METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR DESORPTION AND IONIZATION OF ANALYTES
AU
70483/94

676582

2
METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR DESORPTION AND IONIZATION OF ANALYTES
NZ
267842

267842

3
METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR DESORPTION AND IONIZATION OF ANALYTES
US
08/483,357

5,719,060

4
SURFACE-ENHANCED NEAT DESORPTION FOR DESORPTION AND DETECTION OF ANALYTES
US
08/785,637

5,894,063

5
SYSTEMS FOR SURFACE-ENHANCED AFFINITY CAPTURE FOR DESORPTION AND DETECTION OF ANALYTES
US
08/556,951

6,020,208

6
SURFACE-ENHANCED AFFINITY CAPTURE FOR DESORPTION AND DETECTION OF ANALYTES
US
08/785,636

6,027,942

7
SURFACE-ENHANCED NEAT DESORPTION AND DETECTION OF ANALYTES
US
09/095,407

6,124,137

8
USE OF RETENTATE CHROMATOGRAPHY TO GENERATE DIFFERENCE MAPS
US
09/100,302

6,225,047

9
RETENTATE CHROMATOGRAPHY AND PROTEIN CHIP ARRAYS WITH APPLICATIONS IN BIOLOGY AND MEDICINE
SG
9906243-2

69803

10
RETENTATE CHROMATOGRAPHY AND PROTEIN CHIP ARRAYS WITH APPLICATIONS IN BIOLOGY AND MEDICINE
JP
11-504918

3287578

11
RETENTATE CHROMATOGRAPHY AND PROTEIN CHIP ARRAYS WITH APPLICATIONS IN BIOLOGY AND MEDICINE
NZ
501837

501837

12
RETENTATE CHROMATOGRAPHY AND  PROTEIN CHIP ARRAYS WITH APPLICATIONS IN BIOLOGY AND MEDICINE
NZ
501838

501838

13
METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR DESORPTION AND IONIZATION OF ANALYTES
US
09/742,494

6,528,320

14
METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR DESCRIPTION AND IONIZATION OF ANALYTES
EP
94919287,6

15
RETENTATE CHROMATOGRAPHY AND PROTEIN CHIP ARRAYS WITH APPLICATIONS IN BIOLOGY AND MEDICINE
AU
83753/98

16
RETENTATE CHROMATOGRAPHY AND PROTEIN CHIP ARRAYS WITH APPLICATIONS IN BIOLOGY AND MEDICINE
NZ
501836

17
RETENTATE CHROMATOGRAPHY AND PROTEIN CHIP ARRAYS WITH APPLICATIONS IN BIOLOGY AND MEDICINE
US
09/100,708

Field of Use
Field of Use shall mean use of the Subject Technology for doing analyte detection, including all analytical measurements or assays other than bioanalytical or biological measurements or assays.

ProteinChip technology is based on SELDI, which combines laser-based molecular weight detection with the use of a chemically or biochemically active chip array surface constructed from proprietary-treated metal.

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