Royalty Report: Drugs, Cancer, Respiratory – Collection: 311746

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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
  • Respiratory
  • Viral Infection
  • Diabetes Treatment
  • Wound Care
  • Vaccine

IPSCIO Report Record List

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IPSCIO Record ID: 311746

License Grant
University grants to Licensee an exclusive, worldwide license under the Licensed Patents in the Field of Use to (a) make, have made, use, offer for Sale, import, and Sell Licensed Products and Licensed Services, and (b) to practice Licensed Methods.

University grants to Licensee a nonexclusive, royalty bearing, worldwide license for Licensed Technical Knowledge to manufacture, have made, use, offer for Sale, import, and Sell Licensed Products and Licensed Services.

License Property
Licensed Patents means (a) the United States and foreign patents and/or patent applications identified; (b) any and all patents issuing from the foregoing; (c) any and all claims of continuation-in-part applications that claim priority to the United States patent applications identified, but only where such claims are directed to inventions disclosed in the manner provided in 35 U.S.C. § 112(a) in the United States patent applications identified, and such claims in any patents issuing from such continuation-in-part applications; (d) any and all foreign patent applications, foreign patents or related foreign patent documents that claim priority to the patents and/or patent applications identified; and (e) any and all divisionals, continuations, reissues, reexaminations, renewals, substitutions, and extensions of the foregoing.

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United States Provisional Patent Application no. 62/575,858 (abandoned); Compounds, their preparation, related compositions, and uses thereof; Filing date October 23, 2017; University ref. #17036 and #16069.
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United States Provisional Patent Application no. 62/669,926 (converted); Compounds, their preparation, related compositions, and uses thereof; Filing date May 10, 2018; University ref. #17036 and #16069.
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PCT Patent Application no. PCT/US19/31885 (pending); Inhibitors of the ras oncoprotein, methods of making, and methods of use thereof; Filing date May 10, 2019; University ref. #17036 and #16069.

Invention(s) means a valuable invention or inventions as described in University Case Nos. 16069 and 17036, was/were developed during the course of research conducted at University by the individuals hereinafter listed in this Agreement.

Licensed Product means any product, material, kit, or other article of manufacture or composition of matter, the making, use, Sale, or offer for Sale, or import of which, absent the license granted pursuant to this Agreement, infringes, induces infringement, or contributes to infringement of a Licensed Patent and/or embodies, contains, uses, is used or made through the use of, or was in whole or part derived from Licensed Technical Information.

Licensed Technical Knowledge means proprietary data and information which are not generally known that are acquired and controlled by ULRF and are provided to Licensee by ULRF in order to practice the Licensed Patents. Technical Knowledge shall be limited only to those proprietary data and information to which ULRF has an ownership or other interest during the term of this Agreement; all to the extent and only to the extent that ULRF has the right to grant licenses or other rights thereunder.

Licensed Service means a service provided using Licensed Products or Licensed Methods, including, without limitation, any such service provided in the form of contract research or other research performed by Licensee on behalf of a third party.

Licensed Method means any process or method, the use or practice of which, absent the license granted pursuant to this Agreement, infringes or contributes to or induces the infringement of a Licensed Patent or relies on Licensed Technical Knowledge.

The University is a research institution for the purpose of promoting and supporting research projects, investigations, and other activities relating to the educational, scientific, literary, artistic, health care and public service missions of the University.

The RAS oncogenes comprise the most frequently mutated class of genes in human cancers, which is why targeting RAS has been fiercely pursued for decades.

Cells can proliferate uncontrollably when hyper-activating mutations occur in one of the three human RAS gene isoforms (KRAS, HRAS or NRAS). These RAS mutations are present in approximately one-third of all cancers, including a high percentage of pancreatic, colorectal and lung cancers. Although drugs that target downstream signaling of RAS are available, they have shown limited clinical activity (most likely because RAS acts like a hub that activates multiple effectors). As such, blocking any single pathway, or even two, typically provides disappointing clinical effect. By contrast, the RAS-F small molecules' intended mechanism of action is to inhibit or block the binding of mutated RAS to their effector proteins, thereby leaving the proteins from mutated RAS unable to cause further harm.

Field of Use
Intellectual property covers the 'RAS-F' family of RAS oncogene protein-protein interaction inhibitor small molecule drug candidates. Licensee will evaluate these patent-pending compounds in order to identify a lead drug candidate for further development against one or more cancers.

Licensee is a biotechnology company focused on developing novel therapeutics for the treatment of cancer and infectious diseases.

IPSCIO Record ID: 314368

License Grant
University grants to Licensee an exclusive, worldwide license under the Licensed Patents in the Field of Use to (a) make, have made, use, offer for Sale, import, and Sell Licensed Products and Licensed Services, and (b) to practice Licensed Methods.

University grants to Licensee a nonexclusive, royalty-fee bearing, worldwide license for Licensed Technical Knowledge to manufacture, have made, use, offer for Sale, import, and Sell Licensed Products and Licensed Services. In furtherance of the foregoing, University will not grant a license to the Licensed Technical Knowledge to any third party to commercialize a product in the Field of Use that would be competitive with the Licensed Patents or Licensee’s use or proposed use of the Licensed Patents and/or Licensed Technical Knowledge, absent Licensee’s prior written consent.

License Property
United States Provisional Patent Application no. 63/001,308; Methods of Inhibiting or Treating a Coronavirus Infection; Filing date March 28, 2020; University ref. #20050.

Licensed Patents means (a) the United States and foreign patents and/or patent applications identified in the Agreement; (b) any and all patents issuing from the foregoing; (c) any and all claims of continuation-in-part applications that claim priority to the United States patent applications identified in the Agreement, but only where such claims are directed to inventions disclosed in the manner provided in 35 U.S.C. § 112(a) in the United States patent applications identified in the Agreement, and such claims in any patents issuing from such continuation-in-part applications; (d) any and all foreign patent applications, foreign patents or related foreign patent documents that claim priority to the patents and/or patent applications identified in the Agreement; and (e) any and all divisionals, continuations, reissues, reexaminations, renewals, substitutions, and extensions of the foregoing. Any claim of a pending or of an issued and unexpired Licensed Patent is presumed to be valid unless it has been held to be invalid by a final judgment of a patenting authority or a court of competent jurisdiction from which no appeal can be or is taken.

Licensed Product means any product, material, kit, or other article of manufacture or composition of matter, the making, use, Sale, or offer for Sale, or import of which, absent the license granted pursuant to this Agreement, infringes, induces infringement, or contributes to infringement of a Licensed Patent and/or embodies, contains, uses, is used or made through the use of, or was in whole or part derived from Licensed Technical Information.

Licensed Service means a service provided using Licensed Products or Licensed Methods, including, without limitation, any such service provided in the form of contract research or other research performed by Licensee on behalf of a third party.

Licensed Method means any process or method, the use or practice of which, absent the license granted pursuant to this Agreement, infringes or contributes to or induces the infringement of a Licensed Patent or relies on Licensed Technical Knowledge.

Licensed Technical Knowledge means proprietary data and information which are not generally known that are acquired and controlled by University and are provided to Licensee by University in order to practice the Licensed Patents. Technical Knowledge shall be limited only to those proprietary data and information to which University has an ownership or other interest during the term of this Agreement; all to the extent and only to the extent that University has the right to grant licenses or other rights thereunder.

Field of Use
The License granted is for the use in all medical fields relating to the treatment of diseases, including the Coronavirus Infection.

Coronaviruses are a group of related RNA viruses that cause diseases in mammals and birds. In humans and birds, they cause respiratory tract infections that can range from mild to lethal.

IPSCIO Record ID: 308734

License Grant
University hereby grants to Licensee and Licensee hereby accepts from University the License.  License shall mean the exclusive worldwide license to practice the Research Technology (as hereinafter defined) for the research, development, manufacture, use and sale of Licensee Products.
License Property
The University has made certain inventions (the Pre-Existing Inventions) with respect to Receptors used in the products.

Patent Application US Serial # 07/551,270 -Novel Receptor-Type Phosphotyrosinc Phosi1hatases
Patent Application US Serial # 07/654,188 – Novel Rcccptor-lype Phospholyrosine PhosEltatases

Research Technology shall mean all University Patents and University Know-How.

Licensee Product shall mean any product for the diagnosis, treatment or prevention of human disease which contains or comprises
              (i)   any Receptor (as hereinafter defined); and/or (ii)  any substance which activates or prevents activation or otherwise modulates activation of a Receptor; and/or (iii) any substance which induces, prevents or otherwise modulates intracellular activity of either the activated or resting Receptor and/or (iv)  any substance otherwise  physically interacts with a Receptor and/or (v)  DNA or RNA encoding any of said substances, including probes, vectors or cells modified to contain such DNA or RNA; provided that an Investigational New Drug (IND) application is filed for such Licensee Product within 4 years from the end of the Research Period.  Licensee Product shall not include any product that is licensed by Licensee from a third party other than MPG,  provided that such product  does not act by activating, preventing activation, or otherwise modulating a Validated Target.

MPG shall mean Max-Planck-1 Institut fur Biochemie, Abteilung Molekularbiologie (Director Prof. Dr. Axel Ullrich), located in Am Klopferspitz 18a, W-8003 Martinsreid, an institute of the Max-Planck-Gesellschaft zur Forderung der Wissenschaften e.V., located in Residenzstrasse 1a, W-8000 Munchen 2, or any scientist affiliated with Max-Planck-1 Institut fur Biochemie, and/or Garching Intrumente Gesellschaft zur industriellen Nutzung von Forschungsergebnissen m.b.h. located in Koniginstrabe 19, W-8000 Munchen 22.

University Patents shall mean Universitys share in all United States and foreign patents and patent applications, and any divisions, continuations, in whole or in part, reissues, renewals and extensions thereof, and pending applications therefor (x) which claim Pre-Existing Inventions and which are identified on Appendix I hereto; or (y) which claim  inventions that are made, in whole or in part, by students or employees of University (including the University Scientist) during the term and in the course of the University Research Project (as hereinafter defined). For the avoidance of doubt, University Patents shall  include any such inventions that are made during the term and in the course of the University Research Project, whether funded by Licensee or by United States government agencies under Section 4( c) hereof.

University Know-How shall mean the Pre-Existing Inventions and any information and materials (including, but not limited to, pharmaceutical, chemical, biological and biochemical products, information, trade secrets, know-how, technical and non-technical data, materials, methods and processes and any drawings, plans, diagrams,  specifications and/or other documents containing such information) discovered, developed or acquired by or on behalf of students or employees of University (including The University Scientist) during the term and in the course of the University Research Project (as hereinafter defined).  For the avoidance of doubt, University Know-How shall include any of the foregoing that are developed during the term and in the course of the University Research Project whether funded by Licensee or by United States government agencies wider Section 4( c) hereof.

Receptor shall mean
(i) receptor tyrosine kinases, intracellular tyrosine kinases, or receptors that directly or indirectly activate non-receptor tyrosine kinases; and/or (ii) receptor serine/threonine kinases, intracellular serine/threonine kinases, or receptors that directly or indirectly activate serine/threonine kinases and/or (iii) receptor tyrosine phosphatases, intracellular tyrosine phosphatases, or receptors that directly or indirectly activate tyrosine phosphatases; and/or (iv) molecules that regulate the signaling of the above receptors.

Field of Use
The field of use is for human diseases relating to the diagnosis, treatment or prevention of these human diseases primarily cancer and diabetes.

The Licensees objective is to discover and develop new classes of small molecule drugs which interact in a specific manner with different members of the tyrosine kinase, serine-threonine kinase and tyrosine phosphatase families of signal transduction pathways.  These pathways are involved in a number of human diseases including cancer and diabetes as well as disorders of the bodys immune defenses and neurological systems.

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: 279311

License Grant
University grant to Licensee, and Licensee hereby accepts, a royalty-bearing, exclusive license under Licensed Subject Matter to make, have made, manufacture, have manufactured, use, import, offer to sell, sell and/or have sold products within Licensed Territory for use within Licensed Field. This grant is subject herein below, the payment by Licensee to University of all consideration as provided herein, and is further subject to the following rights retained by University to
(a) publish the general scientific findings from research related to Licensed Subject Matter, subject to the terms of Article XI-Confidential Information and Publication; and
(b) use Licensed Subject matter solely for its own internal, non-commercial research, teaching, and other educationally-related purposes; and
(c) request that the Licensee transfer Licensed Subject Matter to academic or research institutions for non-commercial research use or for purposes of collaboration upon terms reasonably acceptable to the Licensee and such third party; provided, however, that Licensee will not unreasonably withhold consent to University’s use of the Licensed Subject Matter in collaborations between University, and/or the National Cancer Institute (NCI).
License Property
Licensed Subject Matter means Patent Rights, Improvements and Technology Rights within Licensed Field.

Patent Rights means University’s rights in information or discoveries described in invention disclosures below or in the subsequent reductions to practice of such information or discoveries (so long as such subsequent reductions to practice are not obligated to a third party), or claimed in any patents, and/or patent applications, whether domestic or foreign, based on such invention disclosures and such reductions to practice (that are not obligated to a third party) and all domestic and foreign divisionals, continuations, continuations-in-part, reissues, reexaminations or extensions thereof, including any foreign counterparts thereto and any letters patent that issue thereon, including but not limited to (a) Provisional Application entitled, “Compounds and Methods for the Treatment of Cancer” filed July 16, 2004; (b) U.S. Application Serial Number 60/346,492 filed January 7, 2002; (c) WO 2003/057012 filed January 7, 2003; (d) U.S. Application Serial Number 10/337,969 filed January 7, 2003; and (e) national stage filings for MDA01-063 in Europe, Japan, Canada and Australia.

MDA01-063 “New Organic Arsenic Derivatives as a Treatment for Cancer,” Srdan Verstovsek, M.D., Ph.D., Ralph A. Zingaro Ph.D., Emil J. Freireich, M.D., Hatice Duzkale, M.D., Hagop M. Kantarjian, M.D.

MDA04-076 “Arsenic-Lipid Derivatives as a Treatment for Cancer,” Srdan Verstovsek, M.D., Ph.D., Ralph A. Zingaro Ph.D., Hagop M. Kantarjian, M.D., M. Gao

Licensed Products means any product or service that is covered in whole or in part by a valid claim contained in the Patent Rights in the country in which the product is made, used, leased or sold.

Field of Use
Patent applications and related improvements and know-how) are for the manufacture and commercialization of two classes of organic arsenicals (water- and lipid-based) for human and animal use. The class of water-based organic arsenicals includes ZIO-101.

ZIO-101 is an organic arsenic compound covered by an issued U.S. patent and applications internationally. A form of commercially available inorganic arsenic (arsenic trioxide (Trisenox®) or ATO) has been approved for the treatment of acute promyelocytic leukemia (APL), a precancerous condition, and is on the compendia listing for the therapy of multiple myeloma as well as having been studied for the treatment of various other cancers.

IPSCIO Record ID: 266724

License Grant
Licensor, a charitable organization,  grants to Licensee an exclusive license to Licensors right, title and interest under Patent Rights and Biological Materials and a non-exclusive license under Licensors right, title and interest in Technical
Information, with the right to grant sublicenses, to make, have made, use, offer to sell, sell and import Licensed Products and Developed Products, to provide Licensed Services and to practice Licensed Processes in the Territory in the Field of Use.

Licensor grants to Licensee an exclusive three (3) month option, from the date of disclosure in writing by Licensor to Licensee, to obtain an exclusive license, on terms to be negotiated in good faith based on industry standards, to Licensors right, title and interest in future inventions from the laboratory of Dr. Ronald DePinho or Dr. Lynda Chin, the practice of which Licensor believes, in the exercise of its sole reasonable judgment, would infringe Patent Rights.

Licensor has informed Licensee and Licensee acknowledges that certain items of Biological Materials are covered by U.S. Patents 4,736,866, 5,087,571 and 5,925,803, and corresponding foreign patents, and any patents granted on any divisional and continuation applications thereof, and cannot be transferred to Licensee from Licensor until Licensee enters into a license with the designated Third Party.

License Property
Invention means inducible mouse models of cancer, including without limitation, RAS and second site suppression models, telomere-based system for cancer gene discovery and mouse models of cancer based on tissue stem cell transgenesis.

The patents include Direct Functional Categorization of Gene Candidates by One-Hit Mammalian Second Site Suppressor {MaSS) Screen;  Inducible Cancer Model to Study the Molecular basis of host-tumor cell interactions in vivo;  Generation of mouse models of human cancer using tissue specific stem cells (Stem Transgenesis); and, Telornere-based mouse and human cell-based model systems for the discovery of cancer genes using established genomic technologies.

The Licensor materials are clnk4a+/-H12 cells.

“Invention” means inducible mouse models of cancer, including without limitation, RAS and second site suppression models, telomere-based system for cancer gene discovery and mouse models of cancer based on tissue stem cell transgenesis.

Field of Use
The Field of Use means all fields of use.

Patents cover germ line transgenic mouse models of cancer, and a method of using spontaneous inducible mouse tumor models to screen for, and identify, novel targets for new cancer drugs

IPSCIO Record ID: 319203

License Grant
For the research program, the general goals and intent of the Collaboration are to apply the Exelixis technology to discovering Eligible Targets that may be useful for the discovery and development of small molecule drugs for the prevention, treatment or cure of cancer.

Regarding the Licensor Know-How and Patents.
For Research, Licensor grants a non-exclusive, worldwide, license, under any Licensor Know-How and Patents solely to perform the research tasks assigned and and to perfom research, during the first six months after the end of the Research Term, upon mammalian orthologues of certain Model System Targets.

For Licensee Selected Targets, Licensor grants an exclusive, worldwide license, under any Licensor Know-How and Patents covering the composition, manufacture, or use of one or more Licensee Selected Targets, to make and use each such Licensee Selected Target;
(A) to perform research within the Research Field upon each such BMS Selected Target, including using such Licensee Selected Target to search for Collaboration Compounds,
(B) to develop, and make or have made for use in the Development Field, Licensee Products comprising or incorporating Collaboration Compounds,
(C) to develop, following the commencement of a clinical trial of a Licensee Product in the Development Field, such Licensee Product for any human indication, and
(D) to make, have made, use, import sell offer to sell and have sold Licensee Products.

For Assays, Licensor grants an exclusive, worldwide license, under any Licensor Know-How and Patents covering the composition or use of one or more Assays;
(A) to make and have made such Assay,
(B) to use each such Assay to search for, make and have made
– (1) Collaboration Compounds with activity against the Licensee Selected Target for which such Assay was developed, and
– (2) compounds that lack activity against the Licensee Selected Target for which such Assay was developed,
(C) to develop, and make or have made, for use in the Development Field, and in any defined field licensed by Licensee, Licensee Collaboration Products, and
(D) to develop, following the commencement of a clinical trial of a Licensee Collaboration Product in the Development Field, such Licensee Collaboration Product for any human indication. Such license shall convert to a nonexclusive license, on an Assay-by-Assay basis, on the earlier of the date that is twenty (20) years after the end of the Research Term, or the Licensee Selected Target relating to such Assay becomes an Abandoned Target and is selected by Licensor as a Licensee Selected Target.

For Lead Compounds/Back-Up Compounds, Licensor grants a worldwide, license, under any Licensor Know-How and Patents during the term of this Agreement covering the composition, manufacture, or use of a Lead Compound delivered to Licensee or a Back-up Compound for such Lead Compound;
(A) to make derivatives of such Lead Compounds and Back-up Compounds,
(B) to research, develop, and make or have made for use in the Development Field, Licensor Collaboration Products comprising or incorporating such a Lead Compound or Back-up Compound or derivative thereof,
(C) to develop, following commencement of a clinical trial of such a Licensor Collaboration Product in the Development Field, such Licensee Collaboration Product for any human indication, and
(D) to make, have made, use, import, sell, offer to sell and have sold such Licensee Collaboration Products.

For Pharmacogenomic Uses, Licensor grants a nonexclusive, worldwide license, under the Licensor Know-How and Patents covering the composition, manufacture or use of any Selected Target of either Party, to use such Selected Target in the research, development, manufacture, use, import, sale and offer for sale of a Pharmacogenomic Product for use
(A) in connection with the research, development, manufacture, use, import, sale and offer for sale, for any indication, of a Licensee Product or a product that modulates the same Selected Target as such Licensee product via substantially the same molecular mechanism of action (a Target Product), and
(B) in the labeling, promotion, and registration of any Licensee Product or Target Product for any indication.

For Negative Screening Using Licensor Targets, Licensor grants a non-exclusive, worldwide, bearing license under any Licensee Patents and Know-How covering the
composition, manufacture, or use of an Licensor Selected Target, to use such Licensor Selected Target solely in secondary screening assays developed by or for Licensee to identify, research and develop Collaboration Compounds and Licensee Products that lack the ability to inhibit, activate or otherwise modulate the activity of such Licensee Selected Target.

Foe Licensor Validation Protocols and Reagents, Licensor grants a non-exclusive, worldwide license under the Licensor Know-How and Patents relating to;
(A) the Licensor validation protocols and reagents listed and
(B) all validation protocols and reagents that are developed by Licensor in the course of performing its duties under the Research Plan, to use same for all purposes.

For Improvements to Licensee Validation Protocols and Reagents, Licensor grants a non-exclusive, worldwide license under the Licensor Know-How and Patents to use for all purposes, all improvements to the validation protocols and reagents licensed by Licensee that incorporate or contain any of such validation protocols and reagents licensed by Licensee.

Regarding Target Inventions
– Licensor grants an exclusive, worldwide license, under the Target Inventions invented solely by Licensee and all Patents Controlled by Licensor that claim such Target Inventions, to use such Target Inventions for all purposes other than those for which
Licensor has exclusive rights.

– Licensor grants a worldwide license, under the Target Inventions invented jointly by the Parties and all Patents Controlled by Licensor that claim such Target Inventions, to use, without any accounting or obligation to, or consent required of Licensor, such Target Inventions for all purposes other than those for which Licensor has exclusive rights. The foregoing license is exclusive, with respect to Licensee Selected Targets, for those purposes for which Licensee has exclusive rights; such license is co-exclusive for all other permitted purposes.

License Property
Licensor is a multinational biotechnology company that has expertise and proprietary
technology relating to genetic model systems, functional genomics and computational biology and is applying such technology to discover and validate targets for drug discovery in a variety of disease areas.

Collaboration Compound means any molecule that
(a) has a molecular weight less than or equal to one thousand (1,000) daltons,
(b) is known, prior to the initiation of the first clinical trial for a Product containing such molecule, to have the ability to directly inhibit, activate or otherwise modulate the activity of a Selected Target, or inhibit, activate or otherwise modulate the activity of a Selected Target or its encoded protein in an assay measuring the activity of such Selected Target, and
(c) such ability is identified by or on behalf of a Party or its Affiliate or sublicensee, after the selection of a Selected Target by such Party, through the use to any material extent of such Selected Target or any Information relating to such Selected Target.

DPI Orthologue means a human orthologue.

Eligible Target means a human gene that is
(a) a human orthologue of a Model System Target,
(b) identified prior to the Research Term and during the Research Term or, after the end of the Research Term;
(c) not subject to any previously granted, prior to the identification of such gene as a human orthologue of a Model System Target, and currently in effect license from
Licensor to a Third Party for such Third Party to use such gene or its encoded protein for research in the Research Field or development, in the Development Field, of a small molecule product directed at such gene or its encoded protein or to make, use, import, offer for sale or sell such a product; provided, that so long as such license is not exclusive, the Licensee members of the JSC may elect to waive the requirements under this subsection (c) as to any given gene, and
(d) either not claimed in an issued Third Party patent covering its composition of matter or method of use in oncology,

Model System Target means an invertebrate or non-human, vertebrate gene.

Phenotypic Screen means a screen performed in a wild-type cell or organism in which certain genes are turned on or off and the effect thereof is measured through the use of an assay that measures a biological response in the Research Field.

Field of Use
Research Field means cancer research regarding
(a) growth regulation,
(b) cell cycle control,
(c) DNA damage response,
(d) cell survival,
(e) cell adhesion, or
(f) apoptosis as they pertain to cancer, as well as the adenomatous polypossis coli gene (apc} For clarity, the Research Field does not include angiogenesis/lymphangiogenesis research or research regarding cell motility or cell-cell communication (it being understood that cell-cell communication does not encompass cell adhesion which shall be included within the Research Field.

Development Field means the treatment or prophylaxis of any type of human cancer.

The Parties are establishing a collaboration to apply such Licensor technology and expertise to the identification and characterization of biochemical pathways and targets in specific research areas relevant to cell growth and proliferation, to generate small molecule therapeutic or prophylactic compounds directed against such targets, and to provide for the development and commercialization of novel therapeutic and prophylactic products based on such research.  In a cooperative effort that will leverage each Licensees technology and expertise in the fields of genomics and target validation, Licensor will identify and validate molecular targets that trigger cell death in cancer cells, while leaving normal cells unharmed. Licensee will then further validate these targets in human models.

IPSCIO Record ID: 369284

License Grant
University grants Licensee and its affiliated companies and exclusive License under the Licensed Patents and a non-exclusive license under the know-how in the field of use to make, have made, use, sell, offer to sell and import Licensed Products and perform Licensed Services in the Licensed Territory. If any affiliated company exercises rights under this Agreement, such affiliated company shall be bound by all terms and conditions of this Agreement, including but not limited to indemnity and insurance provisions and royalty payments. In addition, Licensee shall remain fully liable to University for all acts and obligations of affiliated company such that acts of the affiliated company shall be considered acts of the Licensee. Exclusive refers to Licensed Patents only. Know-how, data and other materials licensed are provided on a non-exclusive basis only.
License Property
Licensor Inventions related to 'Multiple Novel Androgen Receptor Variants as Biomarkers and Therapeutic Targets for Androgen Refractory Human Prostate Cancer' and 'Methods and Compositions Related to Prostate Cancer Therapeutics'.

Licensed Patent means (a) U.S. Provisional Patent Application Nos. 62/041,368, 61/124,359. 61/124,328, 61/114,153 International Patent Application No. PCT/US2009/02392 U.S. Patent Application No. 12/988,299, Canadian Patent Application No. 2,721,506 and European Patent Application No. 09733012.0 and the inventions disclosed and claimed therein

Technology related to the development of a companion diagnostic to determine the AR-V7 status of patients with castration-resistant prostate cancer (CRPC) for use with the Company’s lead product, galeterone, which is in development for the treatment of AR-V7 positive metastatic CRPC.

Field of Use
Inventions related to certain assays to identify androgen receptor variants for use as a companion diagnostic with galeterone.

Galeterone is a highly selective, multi-targeted, oral small molecule drug candidate that has advantages over existing prostate cancer therapies. Galeterone acts by disrupting the androgen receptor signaling pathway, which is the primary pathway that drives prostate cancer growth. The pathway is ordinarily activated by the binding of male hormones, or androgens, such as testosterone and the more potent androgen dihydrotestosterone, or DHT, to the ligand binding domain of androgen receptors in prostate cancer cells. Galeterone disrupts the activation of the pathway through multiple mechanisms of action.

Field of Use companion diagnostic for Galeterone (excluding commercial sale as research reagent).

IPSCIO Record ID: 301516

License Grant
Licensor hereby grants to Licensee a royalty-bearing, sublicensable (with the right to sublicense through multiple tiers), exclusive license under Patents and Product Data to make, have made, use, import, offer to sell and sell Products in the Territory for use within the Field, subject to the right retained by Licensor to use the Product Data for its internal use for audits by the FDA or for other regulatory purposes not inconsistent with the terms of this Agreement.  

Trademark Assignment. As soon as practical, Licensor will transfer the rights to the Product Trademark to Licensee.

License Property
Patents means Licensor Pharma’s rights to the patents and patent applications listed to this Agreement; all non-provisional patent applications that claim priority to any of the provisional applications listed, provided that the claims of such non-provisional applications are entitled to claim priority to such provisional applications; all divisionals, continuations, and continuations-in-part of the non-provisional patent applications identified above, provided that the claims of such continuation-in-part are entitled to claim priority to at least one of the patent applications identified above; all reexaminations, reissues, extensions, renewals and foreign counterparts of any of the patents or patent applications identified above.

10,172,965 – High purity therapeutic bone agents
10,596,27 – High purity therapeutic bone agents

Product Data means Licensor Pharma’s rights to laboratory study data and reports; preclinical study data and reports; toxicology data and reports; grants and grant proposals; clinical laboratory assessments; manufacturing study data and reports; manufacturing processes, procedures and records; contract rights, reports, inspections and information; and other technical data and other work products and rights thereto that are directly related to the Product. For purposes of clarity, Product Data includes without limitation any and all samples of Product whether expired or otherwise, and records of such samples including but not limited to toxicology, formulation, preclinical, clinical records, batch records, laboratory reports and regulatory data or filings, FDA meeting minutes and regulatory correspondence.

“Product Trademarks” means Licensors rights to the registered trademark “CycloSam”.

Field of Use
Field means any field of use including, without limitation, the treatment of oncology indications.

The technology is a clinical stage novel radiopharmaceutical meant to treat different types of bone cancer and related diseases.

IPSCIO Record ID: 279326

License Grant
Licensor hereby grants to Licensee (a) through the period and subject to the limitation on the number of Antigens provided, the right to receive for each Antigen designated by Licensee, a nonexclusive, worldwide (except as provided in this 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
Licensor Licensed Product means an Antibody with respect to which Licensor either has significant marketing rights or has done significant development (e.g., created, humanized or conducted preclinical or clinical development), the manufacture, import, use, sale or offer to sell of which would infringe, if not licensed under this Agreement, one or more claims of a Licensee Licensed Patent which have neither expired or have been disclaimed nor have been held invalid or unenforceable by a court or other body of competent jurisdiction from which no appeal has been or may be taken.

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.

Licensee Licensed Patents mean the following patents and patent applications known generally as the Cabilly patents and patent applications
(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, the issued foreign counterparts of such U.S.S.N. 07/205,419 and
any and all reissues, reexaminations or extensions or patent term extension of any such patent, and any confirmation patent or registration patent or patent of addition based on any such patent ('Coexpression Patents').
4,816,567 – Recombinant immunoglobin preparations

Licensor Licensed Patents means the patents and patent applications identified and including any applications filed as of the Effective Date in the United States or any foreign jurisdiction.  Licensed Patents shall include U.S. or foreign patents or patent applications which claim priority to any application to which a listed U.S. patent also claims priority.  Licensor Licensed Patents shall also include any foreign equivalents, addition, continuation, continuation-in-part or division of such patents or patent applications 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.  

5,693,089 – Method of collapsing an implantable appliance
5,693,761 – Polynucleotides encoding improved humanized immunoglobulins
5,693,762 – Humanized immunoglobulins

Field of Use
This agreement pertains to  Herceptin (transtuzumab).  Herceptin is an intravenous drug that is part of a chemotherapy regimen that is used to prevent recurrence of breast cancer, and for the treatment breast cancer that has spread beyond the breast (metastasized). It belongs to a class of drugs called monoclonal antibodies.

IPSCIO Record ID: 256326

License Grant
This amendment is to revise and amend the Agreement to add the Collaboration Compound known as GI-6100 as a Drug Candidate under the Agreement and to remove the Collaboration Compound known as GI-3000 as a Drug Candidate under the Agreement.  The patents are also updated.

This amendment adds for the CRADA Research License,  Licensor grants the non-exclusive, worldwide, nontransferable and non-sublicensable license, under the Licensed Intellectual Property, solely as necessary to support research and development activities conducted by the NIH under the CRADA or Cooperative Research and Development Agreement for lntramural-PHS Clinical Research that pertain to certain Collaboration Compounds.

License Property
The candidate compounds
GI-4000 means the series of Tarmogen products that express mutated Ras and/or one or more peptides thereof. GI4014, GI-4015, GI-4016 and GI-4020 arc part of the GI-4000 series and are the subject of [IND No. BB-IND 11653].

GI-6200 means the series of Tarmogen products that solely express human carcinocmbryonic antigen (CEA). GI6207 is part of the GI-6200 series and means the single Tarmogen product that is the subject of [IND No. BB-IND 13934 (drug master file BB-MF 13884)], and that solely expresses human CEA having a N6lOD mutation.

GI-6l00 means the series of Tarmogen products that express human MUC- I antigen(s). GI-6108 is part of the GI-6l00 series and is the single Tarmogen product that is the current lead product for the GI-6100 program. GI-6108 is currently undergoing preclinical development at the National Institutes of Health under the terms of the CRADA.  As of the Amendment #5 Effective Date, GI-6l08 is believed to be the specific product intended to be subject of [an IND to be filed by the NIH under the CRADA. Should a different Tarmogen product expressing MUC-1 antigen(s), other than GI-6108, be selected for said IND], then it is understood such product shall become the Drug Candidate associated with the GI-6100 designation.

Gl-6300 means the series of Tarmogen products that express brachyury. GI-6301 is part of the GI-6300 series and means the single Tarmogen product that is the subject of [BB-IND 14895].

Field of Use
The focus of the compound in this agreement is for the treatment of cancer.
GI-4000 series target tumors with mutations in a protein called Ras.
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