Royalty Report: Drugs, Biotechnology, Diagnostic – Collection: 28073

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Category: Technology Licenses, Created On: 2022-04-28, Record Count: 13

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Category: Technology Licenses
Created On: 2022-04-28
Record Count: 13

Primary Industries

  • Drugs
  • Biotechnology
  • Diagnostic
  • Therapeutic
  • HPV
  • Disease
  • Cancer
  • Technical Know How
  • HIV / AIDs
  • Antibody
  • Drug Discovery
  • Immune
  • Pharmaceuticals

IPSCIO Report Record List

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IPSCIO Record ID: 28073

License Grant
The Canadian University hereby grants to the Canadian Licensee an exclusive world-wide license, in respect of the Type I Technology and a non-exclusive world-wide license in respect of the Type II Technology, to make use of, or caused to be used, sell and/or sublicense the Technology and any know how associated therewith or which forms a basis thereof whether it is the Scientist's know how, and to manufacture, commercialize, distribute, market, import, export, offer to sell, sell, lease and/or license or sublicense Products on the terms and conditions hereinafter set forth (the License).
License Property
The Scientist of  the University has been engaged in research during the course of which he has developed certain recombinant viral antigens, murine antibody clones and an animal model.

Type I Technology shall mean the recombinant viral antigens and murine antibody clones and Type II Technology shall mean the animal model.

1. Antigens cloned, expressed and purified in the Tyrrell University laboratory as follows

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Human Hepatitis B(HBV) Core Antigen (short)

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Duck Hepatitis B(DHBV) Surface Antigen

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Duck Hepatitis B(DHBV) Polymerase Protein

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Duck Hepatitis B(DHBV) Core Protein

2. Murine antibody clones developed in the Tyrrell University laboratory as follows

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Monoclonal Antibody 1D12 to HBV core antigen

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Monoclonal antibodies 2C12, 2D12, 2C11, 2A12, 4A10, 1F9, 2G11 to HBV surface antigen

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Monoclonal Antibody 3A8, 2C4 to HBV Polymerase

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Monoclonal Antibody 1F4 to DHBV Surface Antigen

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Monoclonal Antibodies 9A8, 8D6, 7G4, 7G5, 7G10, 9F2, 9G8, 1A9, 4A9, 1H5 to DHBV Core Antigen.

3. Animal model as follows

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Hepatitis B Duck Model

Including any replications of progeny of the above made by the Licensee and, if that which is made by the Licensee, constitutes cells or DNA molecules. Type II Technology includes all modifications, improvements and variants thereof and any data or information in relating thereto including sequence information.

Field of Use
Licensee will be commercializing novel therapeutic approaches to treat diseases, excluding cancer, in humans created by identifiable microbial pathogens.

IPSCIO Record ID: 1395

License Grant
Licensor hereby grants, and Licensee hereby accepts, the following licenses

(a) an exclusive, worldwide license, including the right to grant sublicenses, to develop, make, have made, import, use, sell, offer to sell or have sold Licensed Products and related cell lines, including the Sp2/0 Cell Line.

License Property
Licensor has developed a murine monoclonal antibody directed against the CCR5 antigen and designated by Licensee's as “PRO 140”

“Humanized Antibody(ies)” means the humanized form of the Murine Antibody.

“Licensed Product(s)” means products, for any use, incorporating substantially all of the Humanized Antibody or any modification, variant or fragment of the Humanized Antibody containing at least one variable region of the Humanized Antibody.

“Murine Antibody(ies)” means, subject to Section 2.01(b), the murine monoclonal antibody designated as “PRO 140” directed against the Target Antigen.

Field of Use
Licensee shall also evaluate the Humanized Antibody to determine whether such antibody also possesses anti-HIV activity not less than one-third (1/3) that of the Murine Antibody (“Minimum Anti-HIV Activity”) as measured according to an HIV-1 infectivity assay that measures the extent of HIV-l replication.

IPSCIO Record ID: 6797

License Grant
Licensor hereby grants to Licensee a right and license or, in the case of Patents licensed to Licensor under the Licensor In-Licenses, a sublicense, under the Licensed Technology, to make, have made, use, offer to sell, sell and have sold Products except as set forth in this agreement in the relevant Field, and in the Territory.
License Property
Table 1 BR96sFv-PE40 Program

The following patents and patent applications, together with the know-how related thereto, constitute the BR96 sFV-PE40 Program

Patent
  
Description
License Type

Number
Number

57,444
5,491,088
  
Murine monoclonal antibody BR96, chimeric BR96 and antigen binding fragments of BR96.
Exclusive

459,354

  
Recombinant BR96 molecules having the antigen binding region of murine BR96.
Exclusive

Table 2 BR96/Drug Conjugate Program

Application
Patent
  
Description
License Type

Number
Number

353,729
5,122,368
  
Linker chemistry having an acylhydrazone linkage through C13 keto group of anthracycline to nonimmunoglobulin ligand. Linker arm also includes thioether or disulfide bond.
Partially-Exclusive for Linkers

96,628

  
Acylhydrazone linkage through C13 keto group of anthracycline to immunoglobulin. Linker arm also includes thioether or disulfide bond.
Partially-Exclusive for Linkers

824,951
5,622,929
  
Anthrecycline ligand conjugates where linkage is an acylhydrazone through C13 keto position of anthracycline. Linker also contains succinimido moiety. Chemistry is used to make first generation chiBR96-Dox.
Partially-Exclusive for Linkers

08/468,162
5,606,017
  
Anthracycline intermediate having acylhydrazone linkage through C13 keto position of anthracycline and a Michael Addition Receptor. Intermediate in conjugation used to make first generation chiBR96-Dox.
Partially-Exclusive for Linkers

08/469,840

  
Process for conjugation using intermediate above with reduced immunoglobulin to increase total drug to antibody yield. Process is used to make first generation chiBR96-Dox.
Partially-Exclusive for Linkers

62,366

  
Enzyme cleavable peptide linker for making cytotoxic drug ligand conjugates. Linkers are used to make second generation BR96-Dox.
Partially-Exclusive for Linkers

57,444
5,491,088
  
Murine monoclonal antibody BR96, chimeric BR96 and antigen binding fragments of BR96.
Exclusive

77,253

  
Immunoconjugates of murine monoclonal antibody BR96, chimeric BR96 and other recombinant antigen binding fragments. Includes single chain and bispecific recombinant constructs.
Exclusive

333,840

  
Methods of treating human carcinoma by administering murine BR96, chimeric BR96 or any recombinant antigen binding construct either by itself or conjugates with various agents. Also includes diagnostic kits.
Exclusive

459,354

  
Recombinant BR96 molecules having the antigen binding region of murine BR96.
Exclusive

08/285,936

  
Mutants of BR96 which have increased binding affinity/avidity to antigen.
Exclusive

08/487,860

  
Mutants of BR96 which have increased binding affinity/avidity to antigen.
Exclusive

60/030/367

  
Branched peptide linker for linking thiol group on targeting ligand to two or more drug moieties.
Partially-Exclusive for Linkers

5,204,244
  
Production of chimeric antibodies by homologous recombination.
Non-Exclusive

5,202,238
  
Production of chimeric antibodies by homologous recombination.
Non-Exclusive

5,482,856
  
Production of chimeric antibodies by homologous recombination.
Non-Exclusive

Table 3 G28-5 SfV/Immunotixin Program

The patents and patent applications (the “Washington Patents”), together with the know-how related thereto, sublicensed under the Washington Agreement constitute the G28-5 sFv/Immunotoxin Program. [Exclusive]

Table 4 BD1 Program

The following patents and patent applications, together with the know-how related thereto, constitute the BD1 Program

Application
Patent
Description
License Type

Number
Number

08/245,754
5,541,110
Isolated oligonucleotide sequence encoding Bryodin 1, recombinant vectors and plasmids, and transfected host cells.
Exclusive

08/597,731

Methods for the recombinant production of Bryodin 1 and Bryodin 1-ligand fusion proteins.
Exclusive

08/324,301
5,597,569
Ribosome-inactivating protein Bryodin 2 in an isolated form, linked to a ligand as a conjugate or a fusion protein, pharmaceutical compositions, nucleotide sequence, transfected host cells and recombinant production.
Exclusive

Table 5 ADEPT Program

The following patents and patent applications, together with the know-how related thereto, constitute the ADEPT Program

Application

Number
Patent
Description
License Type

(filed 5/7/96)
Number

Recombinant L49sFv-¨ lactamase fusion proteins which recognize p97 melanoma antigen and activate-cephalosporin derivatized prodrug molecules.
Exclusive

211,301
4,975,278
Methods for delivering cytotoxic agents to tumor cells by administering an effective amount of at least one antibody-enzyme conjugate, wherein the antibody is specific for a tumor associated antigen and the enzyme converts at least one weakly cytotoxic prodrug to its corresponding cytotoxic parental form; and the administration of an effective amount of the prodrug.
Non-Exclusive

Table 6 Residual Program

The following patents and patent applications, together with the know-how related thereto, constitute the Residual Program

Application
Patent
Description
License Type

Number
Number

684,759
4,935,495
Monoclonal antibodies, Fab, F(ab1)2 or Fv fragments thereof which compete for binding with L6 to its antigen.
Partially-Exclusive for Cancer

776,321
4,906,562
Methods for detecting malignancy using L6 or other monoclonal antibodies or fragments thereof which compete with L6 for binding to its antigen.
Exclusive

523,309
5,091,177
Method for reducing population of tumor cells using L6 or monoclonal antibodies which compete for binding with L6 to its antigen.
Exclusive

443,696
5,242,824
Monoclonal antibody BR64 and antigen binding fragments thereof.
Exclusive

08/726,528

Monoclonal antibodies and recombinant antigen binding molecules which recognize the G733-1 but not G733-2 antigen. Specifically BR110.
Partially-Exclusive for Cancer

527,227
5,165,922
Method of treating breast carcinoma in an unresponsive patient by first administering monoclonal antibody L6 followed by administration of a chemotherapeutic agent.
Exclusive

5,663,158
Method for treating vascular leak syndrome.
Non-Exclusive

The Residual Program also includes antibodies L6, L49, BR64, BR110, OV578.1 and OV569.1 [Exclusive]

Field of Use
Field shall be the treatment and diagnosis of cancer in humans.

The Field with respect to Licensed Technology for which Licensee is granted a right and license that is partially exclusive shall be

(i) if this Agreement indicates that such license is partially exclusive for linkers, all monoclonal antibody targeting applications; or (ii) if the agreement indicates that such license is partially exclusive for cancer, the treatment and diagnosis of cancer in humans. The Field with respect to Licensed Technology for which Licensee is granted a right and license that is non-exclusive shall be the treatment and diagnosis of cancer in humans. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the Field with respect to the G28-5 Licensed Technology shall be for the use of the antibody G28-5 fused with a toxin for the treatment of cancer in humans.

IPSCIO Record ID: 332224

License Grant
Licensor of Israel grants the exclusive right and license, including the right, subject to the Consent Agreement, to sublicense, under the Licensor Technology and Trademarks to Obtain Regulatory Approval, make, have made, use, promote, market, sell, have sold, offer to sell, import or export Products in the Territory.

Licensor grants an exclusive license under its entire right, title and interest in and to the Licensor Trademarks, if any, to use and display the Licensor Trademarks in connection with the Commercialization of Product within the Territory.

This agreement includes a non-exclusive grant back from Licensee to Licensor.

License Property
The trademark is HEPEX.

The patents include Human Monoclonal Antibody Against Hepatitis. B Surface Antigen {HBVSAG), and, Treatment of hepatitis B virus infection with human  monoclonal antibodies.

Additional HBV Products shall mean any and all compounds, products, methods or systems, other than a Product or a Directly Competitive Product, in any formulation for the treatment or prevention of Hepatitis 8, that is Controlled by Licensor as of the Effective Date or at any time during the term of this Agreement.

HB/g shall mean the immunoglobulin product containing polyclonal antibodies (derived from human plasma) to hepatitis B surface antigen, and occasionally referred to as HBlg.

HBV Antibody shall mean any and all human or humanized monoclonal immunoglobulins, including intact immunoglobulin molecules and any portion or fragment of an immunoglobulin molecule, such as those portions or fragments commonly known as Fab, Fab, F(ab)2 and F(v), that is directed to and binds to the Hepatitis B virus or any portion of the Hepatitis 8 virus.

HepeX-8 shall mean, without regard to the actual trade name used, any Product containing the human monoclonal antibody [17;1.41., as referred to and described in ECACC Accession No; 96()521.69], and the human monoclonal antibody [19.79.s,; as referred to and described in ECACC Accession No. 96052168], and no other antibodies or fragments of other antibodies.

Field of Use
The field is for use against Hepatitis B.

IPSCIO Record ID: 274922

License Grant
The Parties agreed to amend and restate several sections of the original agreement to include but not limited to the following

Licensor hereby grants non-exclusive licenses (other than the Co-exclusive License for Therapeutic Immunization for HPV Antigens granted in this Agreement C below) in accordance with the terms stated herein.

In consideration of the obligations assumed by Licensee hereunder, Licensor hereby grants to Licensee and to any affiliates of Licensee the following licenses without the right to sublicense as set forth in this paragraph under technology to develop, have developed, make, have made, use, have used, sell, offer for sale, have sold, keep and/or import in the territory and in the field all products and/or compinations, subject to the following

(A1) For prophylactic immunization within the field, Licensor grants a non-exclusive license for the following licensed antigens (including combinations thereof) and no other antigens.

HPV Antigens
HBV Antigens
Influenza Antigens
Chlamydia Antigens
Mycobacterium Antigens
RSV Antigens
Malaria Antigens
Steptococcus pneumonia Antigens

(A2) For prophylactic immunization within the field, Licensor grants to Licensee a non-exclusive license for the following licensed antigens and no other antigens.

HIV Antigens

(B) For therapeutic immunization within the field, Licensor grants Licensee a non-exclusive license for the following licensed antigens (including combinations thereof) and no other antigens.

HBV Antigens
Chlamydia Antigens
Mycobacterium Antigens

(C) For therapeutic immunization within the field, licensor grants Licensee a co-exclusive license for the following licensed antigens (including combinations thereof) and no other antigens.

HPV Antigens

The regulatory and development milestone payments and the patent royalties for each Licensed Antigen in the non-exclusive licenses granted in (A1) and (B) shall be reduced by a certain percent.

License Property
The Products are for therapeutic immunization relating to infectious diseases that such as

HBV  – hepatitis B virus
HPV – human papillomavirus
HIV – human immunodeficiency virus

Field of Use
This agreement pertains to the drug industry.

IPSCIO Record ID: 222550

License Grant
Licensee desires Licensor to conduct research with the Mice to generate fully human monoclonal antibodies to certain Antigens.

For the Evaluation License, Licensor grants an exclusive, nontransferable license for the term of the applicable Evaluation Period to use the Collaboration Technology relating to such Antigen solely for the purpose of evaluating whether Licensee shall desire to acquire a commercial license to such Product(s) directed against such Antigen.

For the Option for Commercial Licenses, Licensee shall have an option to obtain a commercial license with respect to Product(s) directed against such Antigen in the Field of Use in all countries of the Territory,

For the Commercial License,  Licensor grants an exclusive, even as to Licensor, license, with the right to sublicense, under the Licensed Technology to make, have made, import, have imported, use, offer for sale and sell Product(s) directed against such Antigen in the Field of Use in the Territory.

For the Research License, Licensee shall have an irrevocable, perpetual, worldwide exclusive research license, without the right to sublicense, to make and use (but not to transfer, sell, lease, offer to sell or lease, or otherwise transfer title to or interest in the Antibody{ies) and Antibody Cell(s) transferred by Licensor to Licensee, and any related Collaboration Technology, including Genetic Material(s) relating specifically and solely to such Antibody(ies) and Antibody Cell(s), in each case, and an irrevocable, perpetual, worldwide non-exclusive research license, without the right to sublicense, to make and use, but not to transfer, sell, lease, offer to sell or lease, or otherwise transfer title to or interest in the Collaboration Technology relating specifically and solely to antibody(ies), antibody cell(s) or genetic material(s) having a binding specificity and affinity for such Antigen, in each case, which is necessary for Licensee to make and use the same for research.

License Property
The patents relate to Transgenic non-human animals capable of producing heterologous antibodies.

The Collaboration Know How shall mean, with respect to each Antigen, any parts or derivatives of the Mice prepared by Licensor in connection with the applicable Immunization and delivered to Licensee, including without limitation, Antibody(ies), Antibody Cell(s), polypeptides, Genetic Material(s) or other biological materials derived directly or indirectly from the Mice delivered to Licensee, all information relating specifically and solely to the foregoing, including without limitation, technical data, protocols and methods and processes with respect to Product(s) directed against such Antigen and, all information relating specifically and solely to antibody(ies), antibody cell(s) or genetic material(s) having a binding specificity and affinity for such Antigen, including without limitation, technical data, protocols and methods and processes.

Product(s) shall mean, with respect to an Antigen, a composition or compositions with each composition comprising one or more Antibody(ies), Antibody Cell(s) or Genetic Material(s).

Licensor is the sole and exclusive owner of certain transgenic Mice useful for the preparation of fully human monoclonal antibodies.

HuMAb -Mouse technology is a transgenic mouse system that creates high-affinity, fully human antibodies instead of mouse antibodies.  Using standard, well proven laboratory techniques, scientists can produce these antibodies in a matter of months.

Bispecific antibodies, which enhance and direct the body's own immune system to fight disease; and immunotoxin  technology.

Field of Use
The Field of Use shall mean all uses of Product(s), including all human therapeutic, prophylactic and diagnostic uses of Product(s).

IPSCIO Record ID: 28035

License Grant
The University or Licensor granted rights to certain patents and technology to the Ireland-based Licensee. The agreement is a royalty-bearing, non-exclusive license under Licensed Subject Matter to manufacture, have manufactured, use, distribute, Sell, offer to Sell, import, lease, loan or otherwise Commercialize Licensed Products in Licensee's ordinary course of business, within the Licensed Territory (worldwide) for use within Licensed Field. This Patent agreement is subsequent to a research agreement from which the relevant technology emerged.
License Property
The Licensed Subject Matter means protein and antibody based inventions. Patent Rights means the University's rights in information or discoveries covered by the University’s patent(s) or patent applications in the Licensed Territory for the following a.“VMP-Like Sequences of Pathogenic Borrelia”; and b.“VMP-Like Sequences of Pathogenic Borrelia Species and Strains”; and c.any patent(s) issuing from the foregoing applications; and d.any reissue, extension, revival or reexamination of the foregoing patent(s).
Field of Use
The Licensed Field means the use of Licensed Subject Matter to make, have made, use and Sell a protein or antibody-based human diagnostic test for Lyme disease.

IPSCIO Record ID: 65389

License Grant
The company has entered an agreement with the University to license various patents and know-how to use CRISPR/Cas9 technologies for developing a possible cure for hepatitis B virus (HBV) and human papilloma virus (HPV).  This license allows the company to develop and potentially commercialize a cure for HBV utilizing the underlying patents and technologies developed by the universities.
License Property
CRISPR sequences are expressed in bacteria and match viral DNA in a way that defends against viruses. Cas is a related immune defense mechanism that works with CRISPR to slice through a viruss DNA and eliminate it.
Field of Use
This agreement pertains to the drug industry relating to the hepatitis B virus and human papilloma virus.

IPSCIO Record ID: 324838

License Grant
Licensor, a cancer treatment and research institution, grants an exclusive option to take an exclusive world-wide License under Licensed Patents and Technology.

Upon exercise of its option rights, Licensee shall have the exclusive rights in the Territory, with the right to grant sublicenses, to make, have made, use and sell, licensed products utilizing the Licensed Patents and Technology and products utilizing Licensed Technology.

License Property
The patent is titled Prostate-Specific Membrane Antigen.

Gene technology means that part of Licensed technology that pertains to any DNA encoding the prostate specific membrane (PSM) antigen or any portion of the PSM antigen and any DNA, cDNA, and other derivative or portion of said gene that expresses the PSM antigen, including, but not limited to, diagnostic methods employing DNA probes or PCR techniques to detect prostate cancer and gene therapy applications.

Know-how means the skill or ingenuity based upon the body of knowledge and data which comprise all of the methods, processes, designs, engineering information, trade secrets, and other information and data relating to prostate specific membrane (PSM) antigen recognized by the monoclonal antibody Licensees-356, any subunits of such antigen, any other monoclonal antibodies or binding proteins or peptides recognizing such antigen and any gene or gene segment encoding for such antigen or portion of such antigen, Confidential information and Gene technology which Licensor develops, employs in its own activities, or has available for use prior to or during the term of this Agreement.

Licensed technology means information and data relating to prostate specific membrane (PSM) antigen recognized by the monoclonal antibody Licensees -356, any subunits of such antigen, any other monoclonal antibodies or binding proteins or peptides recognizing such antigen and any gene or gene segment encoding for such antigen or portion of such antigen owned by Licensor as of the effective date or acquired during the term of this agreement; including without limitations, inventions, biological materials, computer programs, technical data, apparatus and Know-how, Gene technology and confidential information, whether patentable or unpatentable.

Licensees-356 is a prostate cancer monoclonal antibody conjugate.

Field of Use
The agreement relates to the detection of prostate cancer and gene therapy applications.

The Parties have a development program involving the prostate specific membrane antigen (PSM) and Licensees prostate cancer monoclonal antibody conjugate, -356.

IPSCIO Record ID: 66074

License Grant
The company has an exclusive license from the University for use of certain inventions and technology related to inhibitors of hepatitis C virus that were jointly developed by both the University and companys employees.  The University agrees to add to the Licensed Patents and Licensed Technology University’s rights to any patent, patent application, invention, or technology application that is based on technology disclosed within three (3) years of March 7, 2013.
License Property
CRISPR sequences are expressed in bacteria and match viral DNA in a way that defends against viruses. Cas is a related immune defense mechanism that works with CRISPR to slice through a viruss DNA and eliminate it.
Field of Use
This agreement pertains to the drug industry relating to the inhibitors of hepatitis c virus.

The company is excited to explore the CRISPR/Cas technologies to potentially develop the first virus targeted genome modifying treatment that may be able to provide a cure for human papilloma virus (HPV) and hepatitis B virus (HBV).

IPSCIO Record ID: 27645

License Grant
Japanese Licensor grants to Licensee and its Affiliates the sole and exclusive, world-wide, royalty-bearing, assignable license under the Licensed Patents and Related Materials, with right to sublicense in one or more tiers of sublicenses, to research, develop, make, have made, use, sell, offer for sale, and import products and/or services in any and all fields of use or application.
License Property
Licensor owns certain rights in and to certain patents, information and materials related to the human antibody Pritumumab and a sister antibody to Pritumumab.

Licensed Patents
Patents on pritumumab (aka, CLNH11/CLNIgG; plus CLNH5)
4,618,577 – human-human hybridoma, CLNH5

4,761,377 – human-human hybrid cell lines that produce antibodies against antigenic determinants on cancer cells

5,093,261 – cancer-related antigen-specific human immunoglobulins and human/human hybridomas having the ability to produce said human immunoglobulins

5,155,036 – serum-free medium containing retinoic acid useful for cultivating human/human hybridomas

5,286,647 – human-human hybridomas for neoplasms

5,589,573 – amino acid sequences of anti-idiotypic antibodies against anti-cancer human monoclonal antibody, and DNA base sequences encoding those sequences.

5,602,027 – cell line TRIH8 obtained by the fusion of the human epidermoid carcinoma cell line A431 with the TOS/H8 hybridoma.

6,051,229 – human-humann hybridoma for neoplasms CLNH5 and CLNH11 specific antibody compositions

6,051,387 – methods of determining the presence of a neoplasm with CLNH5- and CLNH11-specific antibodies

6,051,693 – CLNH11-specific antibodies

6,090,924 – human-human CLNH5-specific antibodies

6,165,467 – stabilized human monoclonal antibody preparation

Field of Use
Pritumumab is a human monoclonal antibody[1] used in the treatment of brain cancer.

The goal of the Licensee is to become a leading oncology-focused biopharmaceutical company

IPSCIO Record ID: 860

License Grant
The Licensor grants the Licensee an exclusive, worldwide royalty-bearing license under the Intellectual Property to manufacture, have manufactured, market, package, warehouse, use ,sell, offer to sell, have sold, distribute, import into the Territory, export and otherwise dispose of Products in the Field of the treatment and prevention of viral infectious diseases in humans.
License Property
The Patent Rights arise from the following

U.S. Patent No. 5,658,762, entitled “DNA molecules, expression vectors, and host cells expressing antigenized antibodies” issued April 19, 1997.

U.S. Patent Application No. 09/300,959, entitled “STI and related methods” pending.

Field of Use
The Field is the treatment and prevention of viral infectious diseases in humans.

IPSCIO Record ID: 3851

License Grant
The Licensor granted the Licensee an exclusive, worldwide and non-assignable except as specified license under the invention to test, evaluate and develop  the Licensed Products in the Field of Use.
License Property
Licensed Products shall mean monoclonal antibodies or treatments derived from the invention.

An employee of the Licensor, is the inventor who has submitted the following disclosures, a portion of which constitute the Invention  (i) UA1524, Therapeutic Monoclonal IgA Antibodies to Cryptosporidium Antigens of 500KDa and Less Than 1,000KDa; (ii) UA1525, Anti-GP23 Antigen Monoclonal IgA Antibodies for Treatment of Cryptosporidiosis, G9H4 and H8H2 and (iii) UA1526, Monoclonal IgA Antibody 1B8 Directed to Cryptosporidium 200KDa Antigen.

Field of Use
Field of Use shall mean the use of the invention for regulator-approved human therapeutics in the treatment of Cryptosporidiosis in humans.
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