Royalty Report: Drugs, Cancer, Therapeutic – Collection: 27588


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Created On: 2020-07-15, Record Count: 5


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Created On: 2020-07-15
Record Count: 5

Primary Industries

  • Drugs
  • Cancer
  • Therapeutic
  • Biotechnology
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Delivery
  • Disease

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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: 3954

License Grant
The Parties, one U.S. and the other Japanese, desire and intend to collaborate with respect to the Development and Commercialization of Products in the Field in the Territory.
License Property
Two pharmaceutical companies entered into a global agreement to develop and commercialize MDV3100, a investigational drug for the treatment of prostate cancer.  MDV3100 is currently being evaluated in the Phase 3 AFFIRM clinical trial in men with castration-resistant prostate cancer who were previously treated with docetaxel-based chemotherapy.

MDV3100 is currently being evaluated in the Phase 3 AFFIRM clinical trial in men with castration-resistant prostate cancer who were previously treated with docetaxel-based chemotherapy.

MDV3100, a new generation of oral anti-androgen, which shows different pharmacological profiles from current anti-androgens, has been shown in preclinical studies to provide more complete suppression of the androgen receptor pathway than bicalutamide, the most commonly used anti-androgen. MDV3100 slows growth and induces cell death in bicalutamide-resistant cancers via three complementary actions – MDV3100 blocks testosterone binding to the androgen receptor, impedes movement of the androgen receptor to the nucleus of prostate cancer cells (nuclear translocation), and inhibits binding to DNA. Preclinical data published in Science earlier this year demonstrated that MDV3100 is superior to bicalutamide in each of these three actions.

Field of Use
The rights granted apply to the healthcare industry.

IPSCIO Record ID: 1617

License Grant
The Company obtains an exclusive worldwide license to the Licensed Patents, probasin gene (PG) and to practice, use or sell the Licensed Processes from Canadian University.
License Property
Licensed Patents shall mean all patent applications respecting PG: (a) International PCT Application Serial No. PCT CA 9300319 filed August 9, 1993 entitled DNA Sequences of Rat Probasin Gene; and (b) all patent applications respecting PG which may be filed from time to time by University pursuant to this Agreement.
Field of Use
Field of Use shall mean human gene therapy involving the transfer of genetic material into target mammalian cells in vitro or in vivo for the purpose of intercellular drug delivery and/or treatment of a disease or medical condition.

IPSCIO Record ID: 27879

License Grant
Licensors hereby grant to Licensee an exclusive, worldwide license, including the right to sublicense, under Licensor Patent Rights and Future Patent Rights, to make, have made, use, sell, import and export Products.
License Property
Methods for Therapy Sensitization by Inhibition of Jun Kinase Patent Attorney Docket No.: P-UR 2590 (2841302).
Field of Use
The term Field shall mean methods for therapy sensitization by the inhibition of jun kinase and/or the claims specified in the patent application.

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.
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