Royalty Report: Drugs, Cancer, Vaccine – Collection: 308739

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Category: Technology Licenses, Created On: 2022-04-28, Record Count: 11

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Category: Technology Licenses
Created On: 2022-04-28
Record Count: 11

Primary Industries

  • Drugs
  • Cancer
  • Vaccine
  • Therapeutic
  • Stem cells
  • Wound Care
  • cell therapy
  • Diagnostic
  • Biotechnology
  • Disease
  • Antibody

IPSCIO Report Record List

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IPSCIO Record ID: 308739

License Grant
University hereby grants to Licensee the exclusive right and license, with the right to sublicense, in the Territory to make, have made, use, sell, and import the Licensed Product in the Field and to practice under the Patent Rights in the Field until the expiration of the last to expire valid claim of the Patent Rights, unless this Agreement is terminated sooner as provided herein.  University reserves the royalty-free, nonexclusive right to practice under the Patent Rights and to use Licensed Product for Non-Commercial Education and Research Purposes.
License Property
Application #06/611,797 – Identification of an IL-13 receptor alpha2 peptide analogue capable of enhancing stimulation of glioma-specific CTL response.

Application #11/231,618 – Peptide Analogs capable of enhancing stimulation of a glioma-specific CTL response.

Patent Rights shall mean University intellectual property described below and assigned to University
(a) The United States and foreign patents and/or patent applications listed;
(b) United States and foreign patents issued from the applications listed and from divisionals, substitutions, continuations and continuation-in-parts of these applications;
(c) United States and foreign patents issued from any of the foregoing, including all reissues, registrations, renewals, reexaminations and extensions thereof; and
(d) Claims of U.S. and foreign continuation and divisional applications, and of the resulting patents, which are directed to subject matter specifically described in the U.S. and foreign applications listed.

Field of Use
Field shall mean brain cancer peptide(s) antigen vaccines including systemic use and use in a cell based Peptide antigen vaccine regimen ( excluding cDNA and/or gene therapy based antigen delivery and expression).

Licensee is a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company focused on discovering, acquiring, developing and commercializing proprietary therapeutics that target both cancer stem cells, or CSCs, and tumor bulk.

IPSCIO Record ID: 239011

License Grant
Licensor hereby grants to Licensee a worldwide, exclusive (even as to Licensor), royalty-bearing license in the Field, including the right to grant sublicenses, under the Licensor Patent Rights, the Licensor ownership interest in Joint Patent Rights, Licensor Know-How and Licensor Inventions to make, have made, have used, sell, have sold, offer for sale, and import Licensed Products in the Field. Licensee shall not make, use, sell market or promote Licensed Product for use outside the Field. Where the Licensor Patent Rights are themselves licensed from a Third Party, Licensors license shall take the form of a sublicense.
License Property
Licensor Patent Rights shall mean

(a) the patent and patent applications listed, which shall be updated by Licensor as appropriate from time to time, all patent applications heretofore or hereafter filed or having legal force in any country owned by or licensed to Licensor or to which Licensor otherwise acquires rights, which claim a composition, method or process for biologics or technology, including, but not limited to, cells, cell lines, genes, peptides and proteins which are necessary or useful to practice any process or method related to, or to make, use or sell any Licensed Product in the Field, including Inventions, together with any and all patents that have issued or in the future issue therefrom, including utility, model and design patents and certificates of invention, and

(b) all divisionals, continuations, continuations-in-part, continued prosecution applications, requests for continued examination, reissues, renewals, extensions or additions to any such patents and patent applications; all of Section (a) and this Section (b) of this paragraph to the extent and only to the extent that Licensor hereafter will have the right to grant licenses, immunities or other rights thereunder, and any foreign counterparts to those patents and patent applications, and currently consisting of the Licensor Patent Rights described hereto.

(c) Patents and patent applications licensed to Licensor by a Third party or to which Licensor otherwise acquires rights after the effective date of this Agreement shall become part of the Licensor Patent Rights to the extent that Licensor has the right to grant licenses to Licensee in the Field and only to the extent that Licensor is able to do so on economic terms substantially similar to the economic terms of its primary licenses from third parties as of the effective date.

Licensee Patent Rights
1. 'Polypeptides and Polynucleotides From Coagulase-Negative Staphylococci'
U.S. provisional application 60/098,443 filed 8-31-98 and refiled to add additional subject matter as 60/117,119 on 1-25-99. These provisional applications were converted to U.S. application 09/386,962 filed August 31, 1999, and filed as PCT/US99/19728.  (Licensed exclusively to Licensor by The Texas A&M University System (TAMUS) and BioResearch Ireland (BRI). TAMUS and BRI reserve the right to use this technology for noncommercial research and educational purposes. The U.S. Government holds certain rights under 37 CFR 410.14. No license is granted under any service mark or trademark of TAMUS. The name of TAMUS may not be used by Licensee except to state that it is a sublicensee of TAMUS).

2. 'Multicomponent Vaccines'
U.S. provisional Application 60/098,439 filed 8-31-98. This was converted to U.S. application 09/386,959 and PCT/US99/19727 on August  31, 1999. (Licensed exclusively to Licensee by The Texas A&M University System (TAMUS) and Bioresearch Ireland (BRI). TAMUS and BRI reserve the right to use this technology for noncommercial research and educational purposes. The U.S. Government holds certain rights under 37 CFR 410.14.  No license is granted under any service mark or trademark of TAMUS. The name of TAMUS may not be used by Licensee except to state that it is a sublicensee of TAMUS).

3. 'Fibrinogen Binding Proteins From Staphylococcus aureus'
U.S. provisional application filed 11-26-97 as 60/066,815 abandoned in favor of 'Extracellular Matrix-Binding Proteins From Staphylococcus aureus to add additional information, filed 8-31-98 as 60/098,427 converted 11-25-98 to 09/200,650. PCT /US98/25246 was filed 11-25-98.  (Licensed exclusively to Licensee by The Texas A&M University System (TAMUS) and BioResearch Ireland (BRI). TAMUS and BRI reserve the right to use this technology for noncommercial research and educational purposes. The U.S. Government holds certain rights under 37 CFR 410.14. No license is granted under any service mark or trademark of TAMUS. The name of TAMUS may not be used by Licensee except to state that it is a sublicensee of TAMUS).

4. 'Fibronectin Binding Protein Compositions and Methods of Use'
U.S. provisional application filed 1-21-97 as 60/036,139, converted 1-21-98 to 09/010,317; PCT filed 1-21-98 as PCT/US98/01222. (Licensed  exclusively from TAMUS through the AM Fund I to Licensor. TAMUS reserves the right to use this technology for noncommercial research and education purposes. . The U.S. Government holds certain rights under 37 CFR 410.14. No license is granted under any service mark or trademark of TAMUS. The name of TAMUS may not be used by Licensee except to state that it is a sublicensee of TAMUS.)

5. 'Collagen Binding Protein Compositions and Methods of Use'
U.S. provisional application 60/017,678 filed 5-16-96 converted 5-14-97 to 08/856,253; PCT/US97/08210 filed 5-14-97. (Licensed exclusively from TAMUS through the AM Fund I to Licensor. TAMUS reserves the right to use this technology for noncommercial research and education purposes. The U.S. Government holds certain rights under 37 CFR 410.14. No license is granted under any service mark or trademark of TAMUS. The name of TAMUS may not be used by Licensee except to state that it is a sublicensee of TAMUS.)

6. 'S. aureus Fibrinogen Binding Protein Gene'
U.S. application 08/293,728 filed 8-22-94, issued as U.S. patent 6,008,341 on 12-28-99; Div. App. 09/421,868 was filed 10-19-99 and another divisional application was filed 10-5-00. (Licensed exclusively to Licensor by BRI. BRI reserves the right to use this technology for noncommercial research and educational purposes.)

7. 'MHC II Analog From Staphylococcus aureus'
U.S. application filed 5-24-94 as 08/248,021 and issued 7-15-1997 as U.S. patent 5,648,240. (Licensed exclusively from TAMUS through the AM Fund I to Licensor. TAMUS reserves the right to use this technology for noncommercial research and education purposes. The U.S. Government holds certain rights under 37 CFR 410.14. No license is granted under any service mark or trademark of TAMUS. The name of TAMUS may not be used by Licensee except to state that it is a sublicensee of TAMUS.)

8. 'Fibronectin Binding Peptide'
Filings SE 90 2617 filed 8-10-90; U.S. 846,995 filed 6-8-92 now abandoned; U.S. 55,783 filed 5-3-93 now abandoned, U.S. 234,622 filed 4-28-94 issued as U.S. patent 5,440,014 on 8-8-95. (Nonexclusively from Magnus Hook.)

9. 'Fibronectin Binding Protein As Well As Its Preparation'
Filings SE 89 1687 filed 5-11-89; U.S. 520,808 parent filed 5-9-90 issued as U.S. patent 5,175,096 on 12-29-92; U.S. divisional 974,181 filed 11-10-92 now abandoned; U.S. continuation 340,458 filed 11-14-94 issued as U.S. patent 5,652,217, 'Fibronectin Binding Protein' on 7-29-97; U.S. divisional 725,492 filed on 10-4-96 issued as U.S. patent 5,840,846, 'Fibronectin Binding Protein As Well As Its Preparation' on 11-24-98. (Nonexclusively from Magnus Hook.)

10. 'Fibronectin Binding Protein As Well As Its Preparation'
Filings SE 87 2272 filed 6-1-87; U.S. parent 201,028 filed 6-1-88 now abandoned; U.S. continuation 746,087 filed 8-12-91 now abandoned; U.S. continuation 937,817 filed 1-22-93 issued as U.S. patent 5,320,951 on 6-14-94; U.S. divisional 259,000 filed 6-13-94 issued as U.S. patent 5,571,514 'Fibronectin Binding Protein As Well As Its Preparation' on 11-5-96; U.S. divisional 729,767 filed 10-7-96 issued as U.S. patent 5,770,702 'Fibronectin Binding Protein As Well As Its Preparation' on 6-23-98. (Nonexclusively from Magnus Hook.)

11. 'Collagen Binding Protein As Well As Its Preparation'
U.S. application 861,804 filed 8-21-92 now abandoned; U.S. continuation 447,031 filed 5-22-95 issued as U.S. patent 5,851,794 on 12-22 98. (Nonexclusively from Magnus Hook.)

12. 'Method for Prophylactic Treatment of the Colonization of a S. aureus Bacterial Strain By Cell Surface Protein With Fibronectin and Fibrinogen Binding Ability'
Filings SE 8402938 filed 5-30-84; U.S. parent 840,580 filed 1-21-86, now abandoned; U.S. continuation 801,593 filed 12-5-91 and issued as U.S. Patent 5,189,015 on 2-23-93. (Nonexclusively from Magnus Hook.)

13. 'Bacterial Cell surface Protein with Fibronectin, Fibrinogen, Collagen and Laminin Binding Ability, Process for the Manufacture of the Protein and Prophylactic Treatment'
Filings U.S. 06/840,580 filed as PCT/SE85/00227 on 5-30-85; U.S. continuation 07/801,593 filed 12-5-91, now U.S. Patent 5,189,015; U.S. divisional 07/977,151 filed 11-16-92; U.S. continuation 08/118,697 filed 9-10-93 and issued as U.S. Patent 5,980,908 on 11-9-99. (Nonexclusively from Magnus Hook.)

Licensed Product shall mean active human vaccines containing MSCRAMM(TM) proteins derived from S. aureus or S. epidermidis, within the Field the manufacture, use or sale of which, but for the license granted herein, would infringe at least one Valid Claim of Licensor Patent Rights, or utilize Licensor Know-How.

Field of Use
Field shall mean human vaccines for containing MSCRAMM(TM) proteins derived from S. aureus and S. epidermidis for the prevention of S. aureus and S. epidermidis infections, provided, however that the Field shall exclude the use of MSCRAMM(TM) proteins or such vaccines to stimulate antibody titer in plasma donors whose plasma is collected for the purpose of developing and commercializing products containing plasma derived immunoglobulin.

IPSCIO Record ID: 324645

License Grant
University hereby grants to Licensee the worldwide non-exclusive right and license in the Field, with the right to sublicense subject to this agreement, to make, have made, use, sell, offer for sale and import Licensed Products and to practice under the Patent Rights until the expiration of the last to expire claim of the Patent Rights, unless this Agreement is terminated sooner as provided herein.
License Property
7,297,337 – EphA2 T-cell epitopes and uses therefor
8,114,407 – EphA2 T-cell epitopes and uses therefor
Field of Use
Field shall mean use of Licensed Product or Patent Rights in or packaged with Licensee’s Proprietary Vaccine for administration to humans for the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of diseases and tumors of the brain. For the avoidance of doubt the Field specifically excludes use of Licensed Products and/or Patent Rights in the development of therapeutic vaccines or diagnostic tests for breast, ovarian, liver, pancreatic, colon and lung cancers.

Proprietary Vaccine shall mean a vaccine which is developed or being developed for a therapeutic indication based on biological activity that is solely-owned or in-licensed by Licensee from third parties and which is not covered by the Patent Rights and which is not Licensed Product hereunder. For the avoidance of doubt, the Il-13 Alpha2 Peptide Analogues licensed under the Exclusive Patent License Agreement shall constitute a Proprietary Vaccine.

IPSCIO Record ID: 237235

License Grant
Licensor grants to the French Licensee a non-exclusive license to make and have made, including the right to make derivatives, and to use the Licensed Technology and to make, have made, use, sell, offer for sale and import Licensed Products in the Field of Use in the Territory during the term of this Agreement the License.

For the Peptide License Option, Licensor grants a non-exclusive option, the Peptide Option, to include under the License any or all of the peptides listed hereto, the Specified Peptides, together with all associated patents and patent applications for BCL-A1 Candidates, BCL-A3 Supertype Candidates, BCL-A24 Candidates, and, BCL-B7 Supertype Candidates, as applicable, and any corresponding foreign counterparts thereof, and all patents issuing thereon, including utility, model and design patents and certificates of invention, including any division, continuation, continuation-in-part or substitution of any such patent application, and any reissue, extension, confirmation, registration, re-examination or inventors certificate of any such patent, together with any corresponding foreign counterparts of the foregoing, collectively, the Additional Rights.  

For the Japan Option, Licensor grants an irrevocable option, the Japan Option, to include Japan in the Territory. The Japan Option may be exercised at any time during the term of this Agreement.

For the New Peptide Sequences, Licensor may upon its sole discretion offer for license to Licensee any new peptide sequence together with all associated patents and patent applications owned or licensed by Licensor.

License Property
The licensed materials relate to amino butyric acid and cyclohexalanine.
Field of Use
The Field of Use shall mean ex vivo cell therapy and ex vivo cell therapy for the prevention and treatment of cancer for the peptides for which Licensor is a licensee.

IPSCIO Record ID: 319599

License Grant
Licensor, one of the nation’s leading research universities in topics such as health sciences, hereby grants to Licensee a limited, transferable (solely to Patriot Scientific or any purchaser of Licensee), exclusive license (referred to as Evaluation License) to evaluate the Materials for use in the Field of Use and to practice any method, process or procedure during the Evaluation Period solely for purposes of the Evaluation. The Evaluation License will terminate upon the expiration or termination of this Agreement, unless extended by mutual agreement. No other evaluation license will be granted in the Field of Use for the Evaluation Period.

Licensor hereby grants to Licensee the exclusive option to enter into a license agreement from Licensor for the commercial development, use, and sale of the Technology, products based on the Technology, patents, trade secrets, know-how, and other information related to the Technology;

License Property
Technology shall mean Materials or any intellectual property developed by Licensee from Materials including without limitation, all or any of the inventions and developments related thereto or arising out of any compositions, data, strains, patent applications, processes, techniques, contained therein and any physical embodiments thereof.

Materials shall mean the materials and/or intellectual property listed
– Licensor IDF Number 2013-2417 entitled “Non-Covalent Loading of Plant Picornavirus Particles” with US Patent Application US2015/0376578 A1 and EP Patent Application 14754692.3
– Licensor IDF Number 2015-2767 entitled “Cancer Immunotherapy using Virus Particles with US Patent Application US2018/0133304 A1 and associated foreign patent applications in Japan, China, Canada, Australia, and EP, US non-published patent application with patent serial number 16/612,214, and PCT Patent application with publication number WO 2018/208828 A1
– Licensor IDF Number 2017-3151 entitled “Melt Processed Viral Nanoparticle Constructs” with US Patent Application US2019/0350871 A1 and EP Patent Application 17868454.4

Patents shall mean any patent that issues or has issued to Licensor or patent application covering or consisting of the Technology and based on intellectual property in existence as of the Effective Date and any related patent or patent application that is a continuation, continuation-in-part, divisional, or reissue in the United States of America or any other country.

Field of Use
The technology is a novel platform technology using virus-like nanoparticles to treat and prevent cancer and infectious diseases in humans and for veterinary use.

The technology also has direct application as part of a vaccine platform, which has generated promising data in both cancer and infectious diseases, including COVID-19.
The researchers have collectively demonstrated that plant-derived, engineered VLP-based nanotechnologies stimulate a potent anti-tumor immune response in mouse models of metastatic melanoma, ovarian cancer, colon cancer, brain cancer and breast cancer, including companion dogs with metastatic melanoma. This data supports the potential to translate preclinical studies into veterinary applications, such as the treatment of cancer in companion animals, which has high relevance to human melanoma.
This immuno-oncology approach provides a personalized treatment approach by relieving the patient’s tumor-mediated immunosuppression and potentiating anti-tumor immunity against antigens expressed by their own tumor.

The vaccine platform is a natural extension of the immune-stimulating properties of the VLP, combined with directing the response to pre-defined targets. Instead of being a personal vaccine, the modular approach of linking disease specific targets to the VLP allows the potential to rapidly develop countermeasures for pandemics such as COVID-19.

Field of Use shall mean all therapeutic, diagnostic, vaccine and preventive uses of Technology for both veterinary and human applications. Final field of use, including specific indications, which may be narrower than the Field of Use, will be defined in any commercial use license. Said commercial use license will necessarily incorporate developmental, regulatory, and commercial distribution/sales milestones for each product that incorporates any Technology in the Field of Use. For clarification purposes, Technology and Materials shall not be used in or on humans during the Evaluation Period unless Licensee consults with Licensor regarding appropriate, and possibly expanded, indemnification and insurance requirements and receives Licensor’s written authorization to do so. Such authorization will be in Licensor’s sole discretion.

IPSCIO Record ID: 28678

License Grant
The Canadian University hereby grants the Canadian Licensee an exclusive, royalty-bearing license in the Territory to practice the Licensed Technology and to make, develop, use, import, offer to sell, sell, market and distribute and have made, developed, used, imported, offered to sell, sold, marketed and distributed Licensed Product(s), until the end of the term of the last registered patent, at which time the license shall become a perpetual, fully-paid up, royalty-free license, unless this Agreement is sooner terminated according to the terms defined in this Agreement.
License Property
Licensee shall have the right to enter into sublicensing agreements for the rights, privileges and licenses granted in this Agreement but only with the prior written consent of University.

The University is the owner of certain Patent Rights (as later defined in this Agreement) relating to a technology developed by John Samuel and Glen Kwon, identified as UA IP# 94108 and described in the US Patent application No. 08/737,896 A Method for Eliciting a Thl Specific Immune Response (filed September 24, 1997), which is a continuation-in-part of the US Patent application No. 08/480,499 (filed June 7, 1995).

Patent Rights means all of the following UA intellectual property
  (a)   the US Patent application No. 08/480,499 A Method for Eliciting a Thl Specific Immune Response (filed June 7, 1995);

  (b)   the US Patent application No. 08/737,896 A Method for Eliciting a Thl Specific Immune Response (filed September 24, 1997), a continuation-in-part of 1.6 (a) and later issued as US Patent No. 6,168,804 (issued January 2, 2001);

  (c)   the US Patent application No. 09/668,825 A Method for Eliciting a Thl Specific Immune Response, a divisional application of 1.6 (b) (filed September 22, 2000);

  (d)   any US divisional patent applications covering the invention disclosed in the patent application 1.6 (b) above and the resulting patents;
  (e)  any US continuation-in-part application, and the resulting patents, which are directed to the invention disclosed in the patent applications described in sections 1.6 (b), (c) and (d) above;
  (f)  any Canadian and foreign patent applications, and the resulting patents, which are based on the invention disclosed in the patent applications described in sections 1.6(e) above; and
  (g)  any reissues, extensions and divisions of Canadian and foreign patents.

Field of Use
Field of Use means any and all uses of microsphere formulations that infringe one or more claims contained in the Patent Rights for the treatment of infectious disease and cancer caused by chronic viral infection, including but not limited to hepatoma. (For greater certainty, the Field of Use does not include any use of the Patent Rights in liposomal cancer vaccines.)

IPSCIO Record ID: 291191

License Grant
University hereby grants to Licensee a worldwide sole and exclusive license under the Patent Rights and Know-How to make, have made, use, import, export, offer for sale and sell the Licensed Products.
License Property
Patent Rights shall mean the interest of University in

(a)
the United States and foreign patents and/or patent applications listed;

(b)
United States and foreign patents issued from the applications listed and from divisionals, continuations and continuations-in-part of these applications;

(c)
claims of U.S. and foreign continuation-in-part applications, and of the resulting patents, which are directed to subject matter specifically described in the U.S. and foreign applications listed; and

(d)
claims of all foreign patent applications, and of the resulting patents, which are directed to subject matter specifically described in the United States patents and/or patent applications described in (a), (b) or (c) above.

6,087,350 – Use of pretreatment chemicals to enhance efficacy of cytotoxic agents
6,559,139 – Combination chemotherapy

Licensed Product shall mean Vitamin D and one or more cytotoxic agents administered or otherwise used or offered for use in a manner which would, but for the license granted herein, infringe one or more of the Patent Rights.

Vitamin D shall mean cholecalciferol, as well as all derivatives and analogs thereof or thereto.

Field of Use
One of the issued U.S. patents claims a method of killing cells such as cancer cells with any vitamin D derivative together with paclitaxel or cyclophosphamide. The second issued patent claims a method of killing neoplastic cells with any vitamin D derivative together with  carboplatin, cisplatin, paclitaxel or Taxotere.

IPSCIO Record ID: 209522

License Grant
Licensor grants a non-exclusive, non-transferable license under the Licensed Technology to make and have made, use and sell Licensed Products and to use the Licensed Technology, in each case in the Field in the Territory.

Licensor grants an option to include under the License any or all of the peptides listed, together with all associated patents and patent applications listed, as applicable, and any corresponding foreign counterparts thereof, and all patents issuing thereon, including any division, continuation, continuation-in-part or substitution of any such patent application, and any reissue, extension, confirmation, registration, re-examination or inventors certificate of any such patent, together with any corresponding foreign counterparts of the foregoing.

Licensor grants an irrevocable option to include Japan in the Territory if Licensor regains rights to the Licensed Technology in the Field in Japan.

License Property
The licensed product shall mean any product that contains, incorporates, or uses any Licensed Technology.

The licensed technology shall mean, collectively, the Licensed Patent Rights and Licensed Know-How.

The licensed know-how is
PADRE-specific HTL cell line and cell line for restimulation
Protocols for restimulation and testing of PADRE HTL line
Non-GMP peptides (PADRE, MAGE3.112I5, MAGE2.157)
Epitope-specific CTL cell lines (as available) and protocols for use Formulation development data for BCL-A2 peptides

Field of Use
The field shall mean (a) ex vivo therapeutic applications in cancer; (b) applications for the purpose of selecting and monitoring patients with cancer and the treatment of such patients, in either case of (a) or (b) where such applications involve the use of dendritic cells or other antigen-presenting cells, immortalized cells or exosomes produced by any of the foregoing cells to produce or modulate a human immune system response to cancer; and (c) ex vivo therapeutic use of synthetic exosomes to produce or modulate a human immune system response to cancer.

IPSCIO Record ID: 364010

License Grant
Licensor hereby grants to Licensee and exclusive license. Subject to any rights of the U.S. government specified in this agreement, in the Territory for the Field of Use, with the right to sublicense, under the Patent Rights, to make, have made for its own use and sale, use and sell Licensed Products and Licensed Processes.  

Licensor also hereby grants to Licensee an exclusive license to make. use. and/or sell the Licensed Materials in the Territory for Field of Use.  At Licensee’s request, Licensor shall provide Licensee with a reasonable amount of Licensed Materials so that Licensee may reproduce such Licensed Materials for the purpose of making, selling, or using Licensed Products or Licensed Processes.

Licensor grants to Licensee a six (6) month exclusive option to negotiate a worldwide royalty-bearing, exclusive license with right to sublicense for any Improvement.

License Property
The Podack Cancer Vaccine (UM97-14) technology shall mean the technology relating to a cell-based vaccine for treating cancer patients utilizes human cancer cells that have been engineered to secrete gp96.  The presently preferred version of the vaccine uses the AD100 human lung adrenocarcinoma cell line transfected with constructs that encode III.A-AI and gp96-Ig (heat shock protein gp96 fused to Fe region of IgGI).  In a presently preferred protocol, NSCLC patients are intradermermally administered several injections of 5×107 vaccine cells each at two week intervals.

Licensed Product shall mean any product or part thereof which
(a) is covered in whole or in part by an issued, unexpired, and not adjudicated unenforceable claim or a pending claim contained in the Patent Rights
(b) is manufactured by using a process which is covered in whole or in party by an issued, unexpired, and not adjudicated unenforceable claim or a pending claim contained in the Patent Rights or
(c) incorporated or comprises the Podack Cancer Vaccine (UM97-14) or the cell line “AD100-gp96/III.A”.

Patent Rights shall mean the following United States Patent applications  U.S. provisional patent application serial number 60/075.358 entitled “Modified Heat Shock Protein-antigenic Peptide Complex” and filed on February 20, 1998  U.S. patent application serial number 09 253.439 entitled “Modified Heat Shock Protein-Antigenic Peptide Complex” and filed on February 19, 1999  U.S. patent  application serial number 11/878.460 entitled “Recombinant Cancer Cell Secreting Modified Heat Shock Protein-antigenic Peptide Complex” and filed on July 24, 2008  all United States patents and foreign patents and patent applications based on these U.S. applications  all divisionals, continuations of the foregoing  and those claims in continuations-in-part of the foregoing that are described in sufficient detail in U.S. provisional patent applications serial number 60/075.358.  U.S. Patent application serial number 09 253.439, or U.S. patent application serial number 11/878.460 to meet the requirements of 35 U.S.C. 112¶1; and any re-examinations or reissues of the foregoing.  â€œPatent Rights” shall not include Excluded Patent Rights.

Licensed Materials shall mean any modified AD100 cell lines that have been engineered to secrete gp96.

Field of Use
Field of Use is for treating cancer patients and shall mean all human healthcare and research applications.

IPSCIO Record ID: 280951

License Grant
The Canadian University grants to the Canadian Licensee an exclusive license, together with the right to grant sublicenses, in the territory for the field of use to practice the Patent Rights and otherwise use the Licensed Technology and to make, develop, use, import, offer to sell, sell, market and distribute and have made, developed, used, imported, offered to sell, sold, marketed and distributed Licensed Products.
License Property
Licensor has certain compositions and methods to elicit Thl immune response for use in vaccines.

BLP25 is a cancer vaccine being developed by Licensee containing a synthetic 25 amino acid sequence of the MUC-1 cancer mucin encapsulated in a liposomal delivery system and designed to induce an immune response to cancer cells.

Field of Use
The Field of use means any and all uses of the licensed technology in liposomal cancer vaccines.

IPSCIO Record ID: 279976

License Grant
Licensor hereby grants to Licensee through the period and subject to the limitation on the number of Antigens, the right to receive for each Antigen designated by Licensee, a nonexclusive, worldwide license under the Licensor Licensed Patents to make, have made, use, import, offer to sell and sell Antibodies pursuant to a Licensor License Agreement. This right shall not extend to the Licensor Named Antigens.  The rights of Licensee under the Licensor License Agreements shall include the right to grant sublicenses for Antibodies in accordance with the terms of the applicable Licensor License Agreement.  Each license elected by Licensee hereunder shall be pursuant to a separate Licensor License Agreement and effective as of the date of execution by both parties.
License Property
Antigen means a target molecule, usually a protein, to which an Antibody specifically binds and includes all epitopes on that target molecule.

Antibody means any antibody directed against an Antigen and shall include, without limitation, monospecific and bispecific antibodies (but a separate license shall be required for the antigen involved for each arm of  a  bispecific antibody); less than full-length antibody forms such as Fv, Fab, and F(ab)2; single-chain antibodies; and antibody conjugates bound to a toxin, label or other moiety.  The term 'Antibody' shall include any and all such constructs directed against any particular Antigen.

(a) U.S. Patent No. 4,816,567 and the claims relating to chimeric antibodies found in patents or patent applications arising from divisionals, continuations or continuations-in-part of any application from which U.S. Patent No. 4,816,567 claims priority or any substitute applications therefor, any patent issued with respect to any such patent application, any reissue, extension or patent term extension of any such patent, and any confirmation patent or registration patent or patent of addition based on any such patent  as well as the foreign counterparts of the foregoing and any and all reissues, reexaminations or extensions of the foregoing (but in any event excluding U.S.S.N. 07/205,419 and foreign counterparts thereof) ('Chimera Patents') and (b)  any patent issuing based on U.S.S.N. 07/205,419 (a continuation of the application maturing into U.S. Patent No. 4,816,567) relating to the coexpression of immunoglobulin chains in recombinant host cells, as well as the divisionals, continuations or continuations-in-part of such U.S.S.N. 07/205,419.

4,816,567 – Recombinant immunoglobin preparations

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