Royalty Report: Cancer, Drugs, Disease – Collection: 336552

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Category: Technology Licenses, Created On: 2022-04-28, Record Count: 9

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Category: Technology Licenses
Created On: 2022-04-28
Record Count: 9

Primary Industries

  • Cancer
  • Drugs
  • Disease
  • Therapeutic
  • Biotechnology
  • cell therapy
  • Medical
  • Autoimmune
  • Delivery

IPSCIO Report Record List

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IPSCIO Record ID: 336552

License Grant
Licensor of United Kingdom, whose key founders are also shareholders of the Licensee, pursuant to which the Licensee obtained a worldwide license to Licensor’s proprietary technology, know-how and intellectual property for the research, development and manufacture of TIL therapies obtained from tumors using Licensor’s technology.
License Property
TIL are tumor infiltrating lymphocyte therapies.

Tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes are white blood cells that have left the bloodstream and migrated towards a tumor. They include T cells and B cells and are part of the larger category of ‘tumor-infiltrating immune cells’ which consist of both mononuclear and polymorphonuclear immune cells, (i.e., T cells, B cells, natural killer cells, macrophages, neutrophils, dendritic cells, mast cells, eosinophils, basophils, etc.) in variable proportions. Their abundance varies with tumor type and stage and in some cases relates to disease prognosis

Field of Use
Tumor infiltrating lymphocyte or TIL is therapies for the treatment of patients with cancer.

IPSCIO Record ID: 318779

License Grant
In connection with the Termination Agreement, all of the rights granted to the Collaborator under the RDO and Option Agreements were terminated and a royalty payment from the sale of IRX-2 was agreed upon to the Collaborator for a period of time.
License Property
IRX-2 is a novel cytokine-based therapy. IRX-2 active constituents, namely Interleukin-2 (IL-2) and other key cytokines are postulated to signal, enhance and restore immune function suppressed by the tumor, thus enabling the immune system to attack cancer cells. IRX-2 is naturally derived from human blood cells.

IRX-2 is an allogeneic, reproducible, primary, cell-derived biologic with multiple active cytokine components that act on various parts of the immune system, to activate the entire tumor microenvironment. IRX-2 contains multiple human cytokines that promote or enhance an immune response. IRX-2 is administered as a subcutaneous injection around lymph node beds.
IRX-2 is produced under current good manufacturing practices, or cGMP, following stimulation of a specific population of human peripheral blood mononuclear cells (PMBC) using a specified mitogen. These cells consist of lymphocytes (T cells, B cells, NK cells) and monocytes. Cytokine production induced by the employed mitogen mimics that seen after brisk stimulation of human immune cells by an immunogenic pathogen or an infection. PBMCs are obtained from FDA-licensed blood banks meeting all criteria for further human use.

Field of Use
The field of use is for the treatment of cancer relating to advanced head and neck squamous cell cancer.

The Licensee is a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company focused on exploring the role that cytokine-based therapy can have on the immune system in treating patients with cancer.

IPSCIO Record ID: 4207

License Grant
The Licensor, government public health organization, hereby grants and Licensee accepts a nonexclusive license under the Licensed Patent Rights in the Licensed Territory to make and have made, to use and have used, to sell and have sold, to offer to sell, and to import or have imported any Licensed Products in the Licensed Fields of Use and to practice and have practiced any Licensed Processes in the Licensed Fields of Use.
License Property
Pursuant to the License Agreement, licensor granted to the Company a non-exclusive worldwide right and license to develop and manufacture certain proprietary autologous tumor infiltrating lymphocyte adoptive cell therapy products for the treatment of metastatic melanoma, ovarian cancer, breast cancer, and colorectal cancer.

The intellectual property subject to the License Agreement is covered by 43 patents and patent applications, consisting of nine issued United States patents, 13 pending patent applications in the United States, and 21 foreign patents and patent applications as counterparts of U.S. patents/patent applications. The Company also has limited rights to sublicense the intellectual property subject to the License Agreement. The License Agreement will expire on a product-by-product basis upon the expiration of the subject patent rights.

Tumor infiltrating lymphocytes (TIL) are a subset of T lymphocytes (T cells) that migrate and are located within a tumor site. TIL isolated from these tumor sites exhibit natural anti-tumor activity without genetic modifications. For the avoidance of doubt, cell therapy products involving genetically modified tumor infiltrating lymphocytes are excluded from Licensed Fields of Use.

Patent(s) or Patent Application(s)
1.
United States Patent No. 5,399,346 issued March 21, 1995 [HHS Ref. No. E-189-1989/3-US-02]

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United States Patent No. RE39788 issued August 21, 2007 [HHS Ref. No. E-189-1989/3-US-04]

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United States Patent No. 5,830,755 issued November 3, 1998 [HHS Ref. No. E-093-1995/0-US-01]

4.
Australian Patent No. 709122 issued December 2, 1999 [HHS Ref. No. E-093-1995/0-AU-03]

5.
United States Patent No. 6,734,014 issued May 11, 2004 [HHS Ref. No. E-040-1996/0-US-07]

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United States Patent No. 7,378,277 issued May 27, 2008 [HHS Ref. No. E-040-1996/0-US-08]

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United States Patent No. 7,723,111 issued May 25, 2010 [HHS Ref. No. E-323-2000/0-US-01]

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European Patent No. 1379670 issued August 6, 2008 [HHS Ref. No. E-323-2000/0-EP-03]

9.
United States Patent Application No. 12/715,829 filed March 2, 2010 [HHS Ref. No. E-323-2000/0-US-09]

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United States Patent Application No. 10/526,697 filed May 5, 2005 [HHS Ref. No. E-275-2002/1-US-02]

11.
European Patent Application No. 3794636.5 filed April 4, 2005 [HHS Ref. No. E-275-2002/1-EP-03]

12.
Canadian Patent Application No. 2,497,552 filed March 2, 2005 [HHS Ref. No. E-275-2002/1-CA-04]

13.
Australian Patent Application No. 2003265948 filed September 5, 2003 [HHS Ref. No. E-275-2002/1-AU-05]

14.
United States Patent Application No. 13/178,644 filed July 8, 2011 [HHS Ref. No. E-275-2002/1-US-06]

15.
United States Patent No. 7,381,405 issued June 3, 2008 [HHS Ref. No. E-297-2002/0-US-02]

16.
Canadian Patent Application No. 2,501,087 filed April 1, 2005 [HHS Ref. No. E-297-2002/0-CA-03]

17.
Australian Patent No. 2002353822 issued February 23, 2009 [HHS Ref. No. E-297-2002/0-AU-04]

18.
United States Patent No. 7,915,036 issued March 29, 2011 [HHS Ref. No. E-106-2004/0-US-02]

19.
United States Patent Application No. 11/576,621 filed April 4, 2007 [HHS Ref. No. E-340-2004/2-US-02]

20.
Canadian Patent Application No. 2,590,401 filed April 4, 2007 [HHS Ref. No. E-340-2004/2-CA-03]

21.
Australian Patent No. 2005336093 issued June 9, 2011 [HHS Ref. No. E-340-2004/2-AU-04]

22.
European Patent Application No. 05858553.0 filed April 5, 2007 [HHS Ref. No. E-340-2004/2-EP-05]

23.
Australian Patent Application No. 2007248019 filed May 3, 2007 [HHS Ref. No. E-086-2006/0-AU-03]

24.
Canadian Patent Application No. 2,651,174 filed November 3, 2008 [HHS Ref. No. E-086-2006/0-CA-04]

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European Patent Application No. 07797329 filed May 3, 2007 [HHS Ref. No. E-086-2006/0-EP-05]

26.
United States Patent Application No. 12/298,927 filed May 3, 2007 [HHS Ref. No. E-086-2006/0-US-06]

27.
United States Patent No. 7,820,174 issued October 26, 2010 [HHS Ref. No. E-106-2006/3-US-01]

28.
United States Patent Application No. 12/870,941 filed August 30, 2010 [HHS Ref. No. E-106-2006/3-US-03]

29.
Australian Patent Application No. 2009282886 filed August 20, 2009 [HHS Ref. No. E-106-2006/3-AU-04]

30.
Canadian Patent Application No. 2,734,838 filed August 20, 2009 [HHS Ref. No. E-106-2006/3-CA-05]

31.
European Patent Application No. 09791694.4 filed August 20, 2009 [HHS Ref. No. E-106-2006/3-EP-06]

32.
Australian Patent Application No. 2008206442 filed January 11, 2008 [HHS Ref. No. E-059-2007/2-AU-02]

33.
Canadian Patent Application No. 2,674,445 filed July 3, 2009 [HHS Ref. No. E-059-2007/2-CA-03]

34.
European Patent Application No. 08727582.2 filed January 11, 2008 [HHS Ref. No. E-059-2007/2-EP-04]

35.
United States Patent Application No. 12/522,321 filed July 7, 2009 [HHS Ref. No. E-059-2007/2-US-05]

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PCT Patent Application No. PCT/US2010/021909 filed January 25, 2010 [HHS Ref. No. E-043-2009/0-PCT-02]

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PCT Patent Application No. PCT/US2010/031988 filed April 22, 2010 [HHS Ref. No. E-170-2009/0-PCT-02]

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PCT Patent Application No. PCT/US2010/048701 filed September 14, 2010 [HHS Ref. No. E-205-2009/0-PCT-02]

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United States Patent Application No. 12/869,390 filed August 26, 2010 [HHS Ref. No. E-273-2009/0-US-02]

40.
United States Provisional Patent Application No. 61/405,668 filed October 22, 2010 [HHS Ref. No. E-236-2010/0-US-01]

41.
United States Provisional Patent Application No. 61/384,931 filed September 21, 2010 [HHS Ref. No. E-269-2010/0-US-01]

42.
United States Provisional Patent Application No. 61/466,200 filed March 22, 2011 [HHS Ref. No. E-114-2011/0-US-01]

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United States Provisional Patent Application No. 61/473,409 filed April 8, 2011 [HHS Ref. No. E-148-2011/0-US-01]

Field of Use
Licensed Fields of Use

(a) The use of the Licensed Patent Rights to develop and manufacture autologous tumor infiltrating lymphocyte adoptive cell therapy products for the treatment of metastatic melanoma.

(b) The use of the Licensed Patent Rights to develop and manufacture autologous tumor infiltrating lymphocyte adoptive cell therapy products for the treatment of ovarian cancer.

(c) The use of the Licensed Patent Rights to develop and manufacture autologous tumor infiltrating lymphocyte adoptive cell therapy products for the treatment of breast cancer.

(d) The use of the Licensed Patent Rights to develop and manufacture autologous tumor infiltrating lymphocyte adoptive cell therapy products for the treatment of colorectal cancer.

IPSCIO Record ID: 246212

License Grant
The Licensor, owned by Licensee's President and a member of the Board of Directors, grants the Licensee an exclusive, worldwide, sub-licensable, royalty-bearing license to the Patent Rights in the Field, including the right to use, market, distribute, make, have made, sell, have sold, offer to sell, import and export Licensed Products and Licensed Services. entitled “In vivo activation of natural killer cells' and to the patents and patent applications. NK cells provide rapid responses to viral-infected cells, and respond to tumor formation.
License Property
Licensor is the owner by assignment of all legal right, title, and interest in the invention entitled  â€œIn vivo activation of natural killer cells'.

Property No. 62/219,652 IN VIVO ACTIVATION OF NATURAL KILLER CELLS

NK cells typically represent approximately 2% to 13% of circulating lymphocytes and are a critical component of the immune system responsible for innate immunity. Unlike adaptive immune cells, they are ever present and ready to attack, having the inherent ability to detect and eliminate diseased cells without the need for antigen presentation, which is why they are called “natural killers.”

Field of Use
The term “Field” or “Field of Use” shall mean all applications of the Patent Rights.  Licensee wishes to acquire the Patent Rights to make, use, sell, offer for sale, and import products, methods, and services.

Licensee, a cancer immunotherapy company focused on developing therapies that harness the patient's innate immune system to attack their cancer.

IPSCIO Record ID: 324365

License Grant
According to the agreement, the Licensees U.S. Subsidiary was granted a worldwide, royalty bearing, exclusive license from the Israeli Licensor, an affiliate of university,  to develop and commercialize technology directed to RAFT modification of polysaccharides and use of a bioreactor for supporting cell constructs.
License Property
Bioreactors and polysaccharides are part of the Cell & Gene Therapy Platform.

Bioreactors is for cell culture.

Polysaccharides is part of the Scaffold group. Scaffolds, including alginate and sulfated alginate scaffolds, polysaccharides thereof, and scaffolds for use for cell propagation, trans-differentiation, and transplantation in the treatment of autoimmune diseases.

Field of Use
The field of use is for the treatment of autoimmune diseases and to identify the most promising new autologous therapies and provide a pathway for them to reach patients more quickly, more efficiently and in a scalable way, thereby unlocking the power of cell and gene therapy for all patients. A wide range of therapies and supporting technologies include, but not limited to, Tumor Infiltrating Lymphocytes (“TILs”), CAR-T and CAR-NK, dendritic cell technologies, exosomes and bioxomes and viral vectors.

RUXIENCE is approved in the US for treating chronic Lymphotic leukemia, non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, Microscopic Polyangiitis with glucocorticoids, and Granulomatosis with Polyangiitis.

Microscopic polyangiitis (MPA) is a condition that causes small blood vessels to be inflamed. It's a rare type of vasculitis. The disease can damage the blood vessels and cause problems in organs around the body. MPA most often affects people in their 50s and 60s, but it can happen in people of any age.

Granulomatosis with polyangiitis is an uncommon disorder that causes inflammation of the blood vessels in your nose, sinuses, throat, lungs and kidneys. Formerly called Wegener's granulomatosis, this condition is one of a group of blood vessel disorders called vasculitis. It slows blood flow to some of your organs.

IPSCIO Record ID: 305481

License Grant
Licensor grants a sole and exclusive worldwide license or sublicense, as applicable, to the Licensor Technology for the CPS in the Field.
License Property
The patents include  Apparatus and Method for Maintaining  and Growing Biological Cells;  Methods of Increasing Rates of !n!ection by Directing Motion of Vectors;  Methods, Compositions and Apparatus for Cell Transfection; and, Methods, Compositions and Devices for Maintaining and Growing Human Stem and/or Hematopoietic Cells.

CPS means any system or device for substantially increasing, the number of cells, ex vivo, for human therapeutic uses, that may be configured in different component structures (such as described for the Automated CPS or the Manual CPS).

Licensed Product means the Automated CPS (both the Durables and the Disposables) as used for one or more specific Lymphoid Cell Applications.

Licensor is developing proprietary process technologies and devices for a range of cell therapy applications, including stem cell therapies and gene therapy. The lead product under development, the Licensors Cell Production System (the CPS) consists of a clinical cell culture system with disposable cassettes and reagents for use in the rapidly growing stem cell therapy market.

Field of Use
Field means Lymphoid Cell Applications.  Application means (a) the expansion of any Lymphoid Cell for one or more therapeutic uses, or (b) the transfection of a specific Lymphoid Cell type modified with a naturally occurring gene or a synthetic modification thereof for a specific therapeutic use. One Application is tumor infiltrating lymphocytes (TIL), such that TIL therapy for renal cell carcinoma and TIL therapy for breast cancer are part of the same Application.

Licensee, a competitor, along with others, are in advanced stages of development of technologies and products for use in stem cell therapy and other market applications currently being pursued by the Licensor.

IPSCIO Record ID: 243435

License Grant
The University grants an exclusive worldwide license under the patent rights and know-how to make, have made, use, import, offer to sell, sell, offer to provide and provide Licensed Products. Such license is worldwide.  The University grants an exclusive option to obtain an exclusive, worldwide license to all new optioned inventions.
License Property
The property is referred to as Licensors 1101 Invention or the 1215 Invention.  The patented invention relates to Methods for treating cancers and pathogen infections using antigen-presenting cells loaded with RNA.  The inventions are detailed in patent applications #08/517,373, #08/700,035, #96/13,457 and also #08/640,444, and continuation applications.
Field of Use
The field shall mean all uses of the know-how and patent rights, cell lines, substances and material produced by cell lines and included in Patent Rights, specifically including, without limitation, research and development, diagnosis, prevention, therapy, and monitoring of all human and animal diseases or disorders, including  autoimmune diseases or disorders, infectious diseases or cancer in humans or animals.

IPSCIO Record ID: 415

License Grant
The Company acquired the intellectual property rights relating to certain combination immunogene therapy technology from Licensor, an individual.
License Property
The technology allows for making a tumor cell more recognizable by the immune system and rendering it susceptible to the cell-killing component of the immune response.

A patent application has been filed for the technology entitled Combination Immunogene Therapy, United States Patent Application No. 09/826,025.  The standard approach in utilizing gene therapy to combat cancer has been to attempt to replace defective genes in cancer cells, which has proven to be impractical because of the number of genes involved. The combination gene therapy technology invented by Dr. Chang uses GM-CSF (a granulocyte macrophage colony stimulating factor) and B7-2 (a T-cell co-stimulating factor) to both build the body’s immune system and destroy cancer cells.  The treatment involves injecting the patient with two genes in one virus carrying a combination of B7-2 and GM-CSF.  Our technology, which shows potential for fighting cancer by enhancing one’s immune system and thereby increasing the number of cells that naturally destroy cancer, has proven effective in eradicating experimental human brain tumors implanted in mice and has undergone Phase 1 clinical trials in Canada.

Field of Use
The rights granted apply to the healthcare industry.

IPSCIO Record ID: 74574

License Grant
This letter of intent with a Chinese Licensor is for Super Antigen Receptor T cell (CAR-T) cocktail therapy, patents pending, manufacturing technology, and clinical data of the aforementioned therapies.
License Property
CAR-T cell therapy involves engineering cancer patients’ own immune cells to recognize and attack cancer tumors.
Field of Use
The Super CAR –T Cocktail therapy has shown promise in early human clinical trials for the treatment of blood cancer, renal, cervical and hepatic cancer.
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