Royalty Report: Drugs, Biotechnology, Cancer – Collection: 27792

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Created On: 2020-07-15, Record Count: 6

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Created On: 2020-07-15
Record Count: 6

Primary Industries

  • Drugs
  • Biotechnology
  • Cancer
  • Diagnostic
  • Disease
  • Veterinary
  • Diagnostic Substances
  • Therapeutic

IPSCIO Report Record List

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IPSCIO Record ID: 27792

License Grant
The Singapore Licensor hereby grants to Licensee of Belgium a non-transferable, exclusive license in the Field under the Patents, with the right to sub-license, subject to clause 1.3 below, to develop, manufacture, have manufactured, use and sell Licensed Products or to supply a Service but in each case only in the Field in the Territory.
License Property
Licensed Products: Any and all products that are manufactured, sold or otherwise supplied by the Licensee or its sub-licensee (including any Affiliate of the Licensee) and which are within any Valid Claim of the Patent No. PCT/GB2004/ 003564.
Field of Use
Field: The diagnosis, prevention, treatment of disease and pharmacogenomic applications and the provision of technology, products or services including the detection or identification of actual or potential gene expression or the characterization or identification of cell types or differentiation states. It is intended to include therapeutic monitoring and the use of the IPR in therapeutic regime design and monitoring including the use of the IPR in therapeutic discovery and development both clinically and non-clinically. Material used may be Human tissues, physiological fluids and other human and animal derived material directly or indirectly obtained.

IPSCIO Record ID: 28619

License Grant
Licensor of England hereby grants to the Licensee of England a non-transferable, exclusive license in the Field under the Patents, with the right to sub-license to develop, manufacture, have manufactured, use and sell Licensed Products or to supply a Service but in each case only in the Field in the Territory.
License Property
Licensor has developed and owns a technology relating to chromatin, necleosome and histone structure and the determination of histone modifications particularly as the basis of methods for the diagnosis, prognosis and monitoring of cancer and other diseases (the Technology).

Chromatin is the combination of DNA and proteins that make up the contents of the nucleus of a cell. The primary functions of chromatin are 1) to package DNA into a smaller volume to fit in the cell, 2) to strengthen the DNA to allow mitosis, 3) to prevent DNA damage, and 4) to control gene expression and DNA replication.
A nucleosome is the basic unit of DNA packaging in eukaryotes, consisting of a segment of DNA wound in sequence around eight[1] histone protein cores.
In biology, histones are highly alkaline proteins found in eukaryotic cell nuclei that package and order the DNA into structural units called nucleosomes.

The Patents:

Reference
    Country    Title

W02005/019826 AI  Worldwide  Detection of Histone Modifications in Cell-Free Nucleosomes

Priority Date         Application No.                            Publication  No.
      Case Status
18-Aug-03            PCT/GB2004/003564  
W02005/019826 AI      National phase

Field of Use
Field: The diagnosis, prevention and treatment of disease and pharmacogenomic applications and the provision of technology, products or services including the detection or identification of actual or potential gene expression or the characterization or identification of cell types or differentiation states.

IPSCIO Record ID: 4252

License Grant
College in England hereby grants to the Licensee of England an exclusive license in the Field under the Patents, with the right to sub-license to develop, manufacture, have manufactured, use and sell Licensed Products or to supply a Service but only in the Field in the Territory.
License Property
The College had developed and owned technology relating to hypersensitive sites and the determination of chromatin structure, methods of modifying chromatin structure and a library of hypersensitive sites (the Technology).

Patent Application
GB 0116453.2
PCT/GB0203080
WO03/004702

Field of Use
Field: The diagnosis, prevention and treatment of disease and pharmacogenomics applications and the provision of technology, products or services including the detection or identification of actual or potential gene expression or the characterization or identification of cell types or differentiation states.

IPSCIO Record ID: 605

License Grant
Swiss Licensor grants to Licensee and its Affiliates, a non-exclusive worldwide right and license under the Licensed Patents as follows: to perform in vitro human and/or animal diagnostic testing procedures on a sample of material obtained from a human or animal, as applicable, solely to detect the presence, absence or quantity of a nucleic acid sequence associated with a disease or condition in the Licensed Fields.
License Property
Other Technology shall mean the processes covered by the method claims (if they are Valid Claims) of United States Patent Nos. 5,008,182, 5,677,152, 5,773,258 and 5,176,995, and any reissue or reexamination patents thereof, and the claims (if they are Valid Claims) of United States Patent No. 5,110, 920, and any reissue or reexamination patents thereof; and any Valid Claims of the foreign counterparts of the foregoing listed patents or claims.

PCR Technology shall mean polymerase chain reaction technology covered by Valid Claims of United States Patent Nos. B1 4,683,195, B1 4,683,202, and 4,965,188 and any reissue or reexamination patents thereof; and any Valid Claims of the foreign counterparts of the foregoing listed patents or claims.

Quantitation Technology shall mean the method claims (if they are Valid Claims) of United States Patent Nos. 5,389,512 and 5,219,727, and any reissue or reexamination patents thereof, and claims 1-4, 8, 9 and 15-18 (if they are Valid Claims) of United States Patent No. 5, 476,774, and any reissue or reexamination patents thereof; and any Valid Claims of the foreign counterparts of the foregoing listed patents or claims.

RT and RT-PCR  Technology shall mean the reverse transcription process covered by the method claims (if they are Valid Claims) of United States Patent Nos. 5,407,800, 5,310,652, 5,561,058, 5,618,703 and 5,322,770, and any reissue or reexamination patents thereof, and the claims (if they are Valid Claims) of United States Patent No. 5,693,517, and any reissue or reexamination patents thereof; and any Valid Claims of the foreign counterparts of the foregoing listed patents or claims.

'5' Nuclease Technology' shall mean only the processes defined by the method claims (if they are Valid Claims) of United States Patent Nos. 5,210,015 and 5,487,972 and any reissue or reexamination patents thereof and the reaction mixture claims (if they are Valid Claims) of United States Patent No. 5,804,375 and any reissue or reexamination patents thereof; and any Valid Claims of the foreign counterparts of the foregoing listed patents or claims.

Field of Use
Diagnostic Services Field means the field of human in vitro diagnostics for the detection, quantitation, monitoring, genotyping, or phenotyping, of genetic and infectious diseases, disease susceptibility, genetic pre-disposition to disease or cancer; analyzing specimens taken from a human being for the purpose of testing, with respect to that human being, for a physiological or pathological state, for a congenital abnormality, for safety and compatibility of a treatment or to monitor therapeutic measures; or any use of PCR as a testing service to provide to a person data, results or interpretations of any application of PCR for purposes of therapy or diagnosis of a human being, including, without limitation, clinical laboratory services, whether or not a fee is charged for such services; tissue transplant typing, including testing performed on animal tissue intended for use in xenotransplantation; Parentage Determination; diagnosis, disease management; and clinical trials, whether or not a patient result is provided directly or indirectly to a patient.  Licensed Field shall specifically exclude any services performed for screening of blood and/or blood products.

IPSCIO Record ID: 239158

License Grant
The Parties are entering a collaborative research program to define the function and pharmaceutical utility of selected secreted proteins for the discovery of Therapeutic Proteins.

For the Grant of Rights and Licenses in the Research Field, Licensor grants to Licensee and its Affiliates, within the Territory, a non-exclusive right and license, without any right to sublicense, under the Licensor Patent Rights and Know-How with respect to Research Program Gene Products and, to the extent licensed to Licensee in the Commercialization Field, Licensed Gene Products solely in the Research Field.

For the Grant of Rights and Licenses to Therapeutic Proteins in the Commercialization field,  Licensor grants to Licensee and its Affiliates, within the Territory, an exclusive license, with the right to sublicense, under the Licensor Patent Rights, Licensor KnowHow and Licensors interest in any Joint Patent Rights and Joint Know-How with respect to Licensed Gene Products, including any Therapeutic Protein that incorporates or is derived from any such Licensed Gene Product, to discover, develop, make, have made, import, use, have used, offer for sale, sell and have sold Therapeutic Proteins in the
Commercialization Field.

For the Grant of Rights and Licenses to Products Other than Therapeutic Proteins in the Commercialization Field,  Licensor grants to Licensee and its Affiliates, within the Territory, a non-exclusive license, with the limited right to sublicense, under the Licensor Patent Rights, Licensor Know-How and Licensors interest in any Joint Patent Rights and Joint Know-How with respect to Licensed Gene Products, including any Diagnostic Product that incorporates or is derived from any such Licensed Gene Product, to discover, develop, make, have made, import, use, have used, offer for sale,sell and have sold Diagnostic Products andDrug Products in the Commercialization Field.

License Property
Licensor has rights for certain methods of producing and analyzing the phenotypes of gene knockout mice for the discovery of gene and protein function.

The Cre-Lox Patents means United States patent number 4,959,317, any foreign counterpart patents and patent applications.

Diagnostic Product means any product or service derived from or directed to Research Program Gene Products or Licensed Gene Products for use in the Diagnostic Field.

Therapeutic Protein shall mean any product or service, including gene therapy, which uses a protein, peptide or polypeptide which is a Gene Product in the treatment or prevention of any disease, state or condition in humans.

Licensed Gene Product means any Gene Product for which Licensee and /or Licensor is granted a license in the Commercialization Field.

A protein that is extruded from inside the cell through the cell membrane is referred to as a 'secreted protein.' These proteins contain a signal sequence that guides them from interior of the cell through the cell membrane and into the general circulation. Many secreted proteins, such as cytokines and hormones, are of therapeutic importance and have been commercialized by other companies to be very successful therapeutic agents.

Field of Use
Commercialization Field means, collectively, the Diagnostic Field and the Therapeutic Field.

Diagnostic Field means in vitro or in vivo diagnosis or pre-screening of human patients to determine therapeutic eligibility for a Product in the Therapeutic Field or for monitoring human patients receiving a Product in the Therapeutic Field; provided, however, that the Diagnostic Field excludes the commercialization of diagnostic products for which no Regulatory Approval has been obtained and which are not the subject of an active application for Regulatory Approval, multi-gene diagnostic products, and diagnostic products directed to quantitative detection of relative RNA transcript abundance of multiple RNA species.

Research Field means use by Licensee, Licensor and their respective Affiliates, at the internal research facilities of Licensee, Licensor and their respective Affiliates, for research directed toward the discovery, identification, selection, or characterization of Products.

IPSCIO Record ID: 3283

License Grant
The University hereby grants the Licensee an exclusive worldwide right and license in the Licensed field to practice under the Patent Rights and the Technology Rights and to make, have made, use, offer for sale, sell and import Licensed products or the practice of services utilizing the Licensed Processes. Licensee shall have an exclusive option to license any Invention. Licensee
shall have the right to grant sublicenses consistent with this Agreement.
License Property
United States Patent   7,668,659
Diagnosis and classification of multiple myeloma

United States Patent   7,308,364
Diagnosis of multiple myeloma on gene expression profiling

Field of Use
Licensed Field shall mean those applications of Patent Rights and/or the Technology Rights with respect to non-malignant and malignant human or animal pathologies, including but not limited to, determining and/or identifying the presence, predisposition, effect of treatment, mode or type of treatment, type of patient, susceptibility to treatment or prevention, progress of treatment, current and predicted clinical outcome, and/or therapeutic or prophylactic treatment and/or regimen.
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