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Created On: 2022-04-28
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IPSCIO Record ID: 299237
— a non-exclusive license under the Patent Rights, to make, have made, use, and/or sell Licensed Products for human and non-human applications;
— the right under the Patent Rights to grant to an Affiliate a sublicense; and,
— the right under the Patent Rights to grant to Product Development Partner(s) a single sublicense for each specific application of Licensed Product.
The Designated Product shall mean a protein or other product produced through use of the T7 technology.
SGN-10 is a single-chain immunotoxin that binds to cancer cells and kills them by delivering a protein toxin inside the cell. SGN-10 is composed of the receptor binding portion of the BR96 monoclonal antibody and a truncated portion of a protein toxin called Pseudomonas exotoxin A. SGN-10 is currently in two phase I clinical trials.
The term 'Patent Rights' shall mean
1. United States Patent No. 4,952,496 entitled 'Cloning and Expression of the Gene for Bacteriophage T7 RNA Polymerase', and any reissue thereof;
2. U.S. Patent No. 5,693,489 entitled 'Cloning and Expression of the Gene for Bacteriophage T7 RNA Polymerase', and any reissue thereof;
IPSCIO Record ID: 243427
Licensed Product means any product that cannot be developed, manufactured, used, or sold without infringing one or more claims under the Patent Rights, or, using or incorporating some portion of one or more Biological Materials.
Biological Materials means the tangible biological materials described in the patents, as well as tangible materials that are routinely produced through use of the original materials, including, for example, any progeny derived from a cell line, monoclonal antibodies produced by hybridoma cells, DNA or RNA replicated from isolated DNA or RNA, recombinant proteins produced through use of isolated DNA or RNA, and substances routinely purified from a source material included in the original materials.
UMMC 01-36 â€œRNA Sequence-Specific Mediators of RNA Interferenceâ€ Inventors David P. Bartel, Philip A. Sharp, Thomas Tuschl, and Philip D. Zamore
I. United States Patents and Application
USSN 60/265232 entitled â€œRNA Sequence-Specific Mediators of RNA Interferenceâ€
USSN 09/821832 entitled â€œRNA Sequence-Specific Mediators of RNA Interferenceâ€
PCT/US01/10188 entitle â€œRNA Sequence-Specific Mediators of RNA Interferenceâ€
IPSCIO Record ID: 166843
Licensed Product(s) shall mean compounds and methods of therapy utilizing the Technology within the Field.
Specialties means finished pharmaceutical preparations in dosage form which contain a Licensed Product as an active ingredient.
License L-318-91, Oncologix, Inc./Medical Oncology, Inc. erbB-2 License
U.S. Patent Number 5,458,878 (USSN 07/522,562 (CIP of 07/459,635)), filed May 14, 1990, issued October 17, 1995, entitled 'Target-Specific, Cytotoxic, Recombinant Pseudomonas Exotoxin,' Pastan et al.
Background Licensed Patent Rights
U.S. Patent Number 4,892,827 (USSN 06/911,227), filed September 24, 1986, entitled 'Recombinant Pseudomonas Exotoxins Construction of an Active Immunotoxin with Low Side Effects'
U.S. Patent Application Number 06/836,414, filed March 5, 1986, entitled 'Human Gene Related to but Distinct From EGF Receptor Gene,' Richter et al.
L-211-84/0, Oncologix, Inc./Medical Oncology, Inc. EGF License
IPSCIO Record ID: 256278
Licensor grants to Licensee of Germany an exclusive, worldwide, license under the Licensor Licensed Technology to Exploit Licensed Products.
Licensor grants a worldwide, non-exclusive, perpetual, irrevocable and non-terminable license under the Collaboration Patents, as defined in the Collaboration Agreement, with the right to grant and authorize the grant of sublicenses, to Exploit Licensed Products.
GM-CSF Target means the whole or part of the human granulocyte macrophage-colony stimulating factor identified by the SWISS-PROT entry name CSF2 HUMAN and accession number P0414 l.
Antibodies are proteins produced by the body's immune system in response to the presence of antigens, such as bacteria, viruses or other disease causing agents. Antibodies of identical molecular structure that bind to a specific target are called monoclonal antibodies. Single-chain antibodies are genetically engineered antibodies that incorporate only the antigen binding domains of an antibody. Thus, SCAs have the binding specificity and affinity of monoclonal antibodies; however, in their native form they are only one-fifth to one-sixth the size of a monoclonal. The small size of SCAs typically gives them shorter half-lives than monoclonal antibodies, making them better suited for use in acute indications or in other indications where the large size of a monoclonal antibody would inhibit the compound from reaching the area of potential therapeutic activity. In addition, SCAs are a well-established discovery format-of-choice in generating antibodies from phage or yeast display libraries.
The field of use for this agreement otherwise is limited to not include the right to exploit the Products for Radioimmunoguided Surgery(TM), Reagents and kits in the research market for production and cloning of genes encoding Single Chain Antibodies and their fusions in a filamentous bacteriophage-derived vector system, and for expression and screening of Single Chain Antibodies fused with the minor coat protein or attachment or adsorption protein of filamentous bacteriophage, and, Single Chain Antibodies fused with, or for the assay or purification of, Tumor Necrosis l Factor alpha (TNF-a.) or Lymphotoxin.
Products for Radioimmunoguided SurgeryTM (RIGS'), in which a radiolabelled Single Chain Antibody is administered to a cancer patient; time elapses for preferential concentration of the radiolabelled Single Chain Antibody in neoplastic tissue and decrease of background radioactivity in the patient; and such preferentially concentrated radiolabelled Single Chain Antibody is detected within a surgical operative field by a detector probe placed in juxtaposition with tissue suspected of containing said radiolabelled Single Chain Antibody.