Royalty Report: Medical, cell therapy, Drugs – Collection: 329677

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Category: Technology Licenses, Created On: 2022-04-28, Record Count: 3

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Category: Technology Licenses
Created On: 2022-04-28
Record Count: 3

Primary Industries

  • Medical
  • cell therapy
  • Drugs
  • Drug Discovery
  • Assay

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IPSCIO Record ID: 329677

License Grant
University hereby grants to the Licensee and Licensee hereby accepts from University, upon the terms and conditions herein specified, an exclusive, worldwide license to use Subject Technology during the term of this Agreement.  Licensee shall have the right to sublicense its rights hereunder without the consent of University.
License Property
Invention shall mean the Yeast based G-Protein Coupled Receptor Screening Technology, as invented by Robert Lefkowitz, Marc Caron, Henrik G. Dohlman and Klim King and described in King et al, 'Control of Yeast Mating Signal Transduction by a Mammalian beta-2 Adrenergic Receptor and Gs alpha subunit, Science, pp121-123, October 5, 1990, and in PCT patent application WO 92/05244, published 2 April 1992.
Field of Use
Field of use is for any human medical therapeutic compound covering hybrid yeast cell technologies in the medical industry.  The hybrid yeast cell technology is a compound profiling technique is used as a bait to screen protein libraries prepared from any tissue, cell type or organism.

The Licensee believes that hybrid yeast cells are highly effective for screening compounds. Hybrid yeast cells can be used to measure the biological activity of the human signaling pathway in which intervention is desired. In addition, hybrid yeast cells contain a single human receptor which connects to a defined signaling pathway.

IPSCIO Record ID: 329676

License Grant
For the license grant for Exclusive Screens Licensor grants an exclusive right and license, under the Technology, Patents and Know-How, to use and practice the Exclusive Screens, including, without limitation, the right to grow sufficient amounts of Materials provided by Licensor to Licensee.

For the license grant for Non-Exclusive Screens, License grants an exclusive right and license, under the Technology, Patents and Know-How, to use and practice Non-Exclusive Screens, including, without limitation, the right to grow sufficient amounts of Materials provided by Licensor to Licensee, during the term of the Research Programs, but in no event for less than nine months after Licensee receives Materials and other information from Licensor identifying and enabling Licensee to use such Non-Exclusive Screen.

License Property
Licensor has the exclusive rights to certain technology involving the transfection and expression of G-protein- coupled receptors into yeast.  Licensor exploits similarities between the yeast and human genome to identify new drug discovery targets.

The Autocrine System shall mean that part of Licensors Technology whereby any yeast cells into which human Receptors have been inserted and grow in response to compounds produced and secreted by the same yeast cells.

Compound shall mean any Lead Compound or any Analog of any Lead Compound.

Receptor shall mean any human, G-protein-coupled, seven transmembrane receptor (including, without limitation, genes, vectors and cDNAs), and shall include any Licensee Receptor or Other Receptor.

Licensee Receptor shall mean a Receptor which is proprietary to Licensee and is provided by Licensee to Licensor for use in the Research Programs, or a Receptor which is proprietary to Licensee and is cloned or obtained by Licensor pursuant to research performed under the Research Programs, or a Receptor provided by Licensee to Licensor for use in the Research Programs which is deemed to be a Licensee Receptor.

Technology shall mean all inventions, improvements, discoveries, claims, formulae, processes, trade secrets, technologies, Patents and Know-How owned by Licensor or to which Licensor has the rights to grant licenses or sublicenses, and relating to or derived from Licensors yeast-based, human G-protein-coupled receptor technology, or the Research Programs.

The Patents are titled
Expression of G Protein Coupled Receptors in Yeast, Yeast-Based Peptide Libraries for identification of G Protein-Coupled Receptor Agonists and Antagonists, and, Functional Expression of Mammalian Adenylyl cyclase in Yeast.

Field of Use
The field of use is screening assays.

Licensee recognizes that the technology represents a valuable source of development of screening assays for the discovery of potential products for manufacture, use and sale in the Territory.

IPSCIO Record ID: 330906

License Grant
University hereby grants to Licensee and Licensee hereby accepts an exclusive license, subject to any rights of the government in the Territory for the Field of Use, with the right to sublicense, under the Technology Rights and an exclusive license to the technology developed as of the Effective Date by Joshua M. Hare, M.D., that is not encumbered by any third party rights, which in University’s sole discretion, Is necessary to practice the Technology Rights to research, develop, make, have made, use, sell and import the Product(s) and to practice the Process(es) described and/or claimed In the Technology Rights,
License Property
Technology Rights shall mean Cell Aging Frailty-related MSC technology specifically set forth in Agreement.
Field of Use
Field of Use shall mean all fields for aging-related frailty.
Aging Frailty is a common geriatric condition that disproportionately increases a patient’s risk for poor clinical outcomes due to disease and injury, and is widely believed by geriatricians to ultimately be treatable.  MSCs are biological entities obtained from living humans that can pose risks to the recipient.  MSC therapies require many manufacturing steps. Cells must be harvested from donor tissue, isolated, and expanded in cell culture to produce a sufficient number of cells for use. Each step carries risks for contamination by other cells, microbes, or adventitious agents. The transfer of cells into a recipient can also carry risks and complications associated with the procedure itself, and a recipient may reject the transplanted cells.
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