Category: Technology Licenses
Created On: 2022-04-28
Record Count: 7
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IPSCIO Record ID: 2946
The collaboration includes a grant by the Company to Parent of a worldwide License to commercialize ipilimumab, a fully human antibody product developed using the Companyâ€™s UltiMAbÂ® technology, that is antagonistic to cytotoxic T-lymphocyte antigen 4 (CTLA-4). The collaboration further includes a grant by the Company to Parent of a License to commercialize MDX-1379 subject to the terms of the License granted by the United States Public Health Service to the Company on May 6, 2003. Under the Collaboration Agreement, Parent is required to pay upfront fees, regulatory milestone payments and royalties.
Parent is responsible for 65% of all development costs related to clinical trials intended to support regulatory approval in both the United States and the European Union, with the remaining 35% to be paid by the Company. The parties share equally the costs of any clinical trials of products intended solely for regulatory approval in the United States, and Parent is fully responsible for all development efforts that relate solely to regulatory approval in the European Union and other parts of the world.
IPSCIO Record ID: 286119
IPSCIO Record ID: 288732
IPSCIO Record ID: 329718
(A) an exclusive, royalty-bearing right and license, with the right to grant sublicenses as set forth in this Agreement, under the Licensor Technology, the Licensor Collaboration Technology and the Joint Collaboration Technology, in each case solely to (1) sell, offer to sell, import, use, and otherwise Commercialize Non-Co-Promoted Products (other than MDX-1379) for any purpose in the Field in the United States; and
(2) sell, offer to sell, import, use and otherwise Commercialize Products for any purpose in the Field in the Royalty Territory; including, in each case ((1) and (2)), for use as monotherapy or for use together or in combination with Agents, other Immunotherapeutic Agents, or other vaccines, biologics or compounds; (3) sell, offer to sell, import, use and otherwise Commercialize MDX-1379 for all uses permitted by the PHS License for use in the Field in the Royalty Territory; and (4) make and have made Non-Co-Promoted Products (other than MDX-1379), Products and MDX 1379 for use in the activities set forth in this Agreement.
(B) a co-exclusive (with Licensor and its Affiliates), royalty-bearing right and license, with the right to grant sublicenses as set forth in this Agreement, under the Licensor Technology, the Licensor Collaboration Technology and the Joint Collaboration Technology, in each case solely to (1) sell, offer to sell, import, use and otherwise Commercialize Products (other than Non-Co-Promoted Products) for any purpose in the Field in the United States, including in each case for use as monotherapy or for use together or in combination with each Agent with respect to which the Co-Promotion Product is Developed in accordance with this Agreement; and (2) sell, offer to sell, import, use and otherwise Commercialize MDX-1379 for all uses permitted by the PHS License for use in the Field in the United States (but which license shall be exclusive if MDX-1379 is a Non-Co-Promoted Product); and
(3) make and have made Products and MDX-1379 (other than Non-Co-Promoted Products) for use in the activities set forth in this Agreement.
MDX-010 is a fully human antibody against human CTLA-4, a molecule on T cells that is believed to be responsible for suppressing the immune response. MDX-010 also has the potential to enable the immune systems of cancer patients to more effectively fight tumors.
Lead Antibody means MDX-010, which has the amino acid sequences for CDR 1, 2 and 3 of the heavy chain variable region as Previously Disclosed.
U.S. Patent No. 5,811,097 – Blockade of T lymphocyte down-regulation associated with CTLA-4 signaling
U.S. Patent No. 5,855,887 – Blockade of lymphocyte down-regulation associated with CTLA-4 signaling
U.S. Patent No. 6,051,227 – Blockade of T lymphocyte down-regulation associated with CTLA-4 signaling
Antibody means any antibody, or fragment thereof, whether human, humanized, chimeric, murine or from any other source (and including bispecific antibodies, single chain antibodies, and immunoconjugated antibodies), that (a) has been raised, engineered or otherwise optimized to bind specifically and directly to the Target (whether exclusively or in addition to any other target such Antibody may modulate), and (b) once bound to the Target, has antagonistic activity against or otherwise blocks the immunosuppressive signaling of the Target. For clarification, (x) any antibody or fragment thereof, whether human, humanized, chimeric, murine or from any other source (and including bispecific antibodies, single chain antibodies, and immunoconjugated antibodies) that is Derived from an Antibody, binds specifically and directly to the Target, and otherwise meets the requirements of clause (b) above, shall be an Antibody for purposes of this Agreement and (y) any fusion protein comprised of a fragment of an Antibody and that uses such fragment in order to bind to the Target shall be considered an Antibody for purposes of this Agreement. For clarification, the Lead Antibody is an Antibody. For the avoidance of doubt, those fusion proteins known as CTLA4-Ig and LEA-29Y shall not be considered Antibodies for purposes of this Agreement.
Licensor Non-Collaboration Technology means (a) any and all Information, Materials and inventions (i) conceived, discovered, developed or otherwise made, solely by or on behalf of Licensor or its Affiliates or, to the extent permitted under the applicable sublicense agreement, its sublicensees (other than Licensee and its Affiliates), or (ii) acquired or otherwise used (but only to the extent Controlled) by Licensor or its Affiliates, in each case ((i) and (ii)), after the Execution Date and during the term of this Agreement, that are necessary or reasonably useful in the Development, Commercialization, manufacture or use of MDX-1379, an Antibody, Product or Non-Antibody Substance, whether or not patented or patentable, but excluding any (u) Excluded Technology, (v) Licensor Pre-Existing Technology, (w) Mice-Related Technology, (x) Mice Materials, (y) Collaboration Technology and (z) any Information, Materials and inventions conceived, discovered, developed or otherwise made, by or on behalf of Licensor, its Affiliates or sublicensees in connection with the clinical trials identified in this Agreement, unless and until such activities are set forth in a Global Development Plan and Budget and Licensee reimburses Licensor for Licenseeâ€™s share of such Development Costs as provided in this Agreement (collectively, â€œLicensor Non-Collaboration Know-Howâ€), and (b) Patents and other intellectual property rights with respect to the Information, Materials and inventions described in clause (a) above (collectively, â€œLicensor Non-Collaboration Patentsâ€); provided, however, upon termination of this Agreement pursuant to this Agreement with respect to a Product or MDX-1379, Licensor Non-Collaboration Technology shall be limited to (1) Licensor Non-Collaboration Know-How and Licensor Non-Collaboration Patents with respect to such Product or MDX-1379 that are in existence as of the date of termination, and (2) those Patents that are filed thereafter to the extent that they claim Licensor Non-Collaboration Know-How included in clause (1) above. For purposes of this definition, the determination of whether Information, Materials and inventions are conceived, discovered, developed or otherwise made by a Party for the purpose of allocating proprietary rights (including Patent, copyright or other intellectual property rights) therein, shall be made in accordance with Applicable Law in the United States.
Commercialize means to promote, market, distribute, sell (and offer for sale or contract to sell) or provide product support for a Product or MDX-1379.
Cancer means any type of cancer in any cell or organ in a human body, including any Core Cancer.
IPSCIO Record ID: 223434
Licensor grants a right and license, together with a right to enter into licensing arrangements with third parties, under intellectual property owned or otherwise controlled by Licensor, to the extent that Licensor can grant such a right and license, covering the TC-Mouse and improvements thereto, and the HAC-Mouse and improvements thereto, including without limitation any mouse strains developed by Licensor or Licensee by cross breeding the HuMAb-Mouse, the TC-Mouse and the HAC-Mouse, to make, have made, use, have used, offer for sale, sell, have sold, export and import human antibodies derived from targets selected by Licensee or its partners.
Transchromosomic-Mice (TC Mice) are genetically engineered mice containing 100% of the human genes for making antibodies. In the TC Mice, the mouse genes relating to antibodies have been functionally replaced by the entire human chromosomal loci responsible for making human antibodies.
IPSCIO Record ID: 27942
For this purpose, the Company entered into a worldwide exclusive license with the Licensor, through which it obtained the right to combine an antibody that specifically binds to lung adenocarcinoma cells with minimal cross reactivity to other tissues with Company's DOS47â„¢ technology.
IPSCIO Record ID: 2382