Category: Technology Licenses
Created On: 2022-04-28
Record Count: 8
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IPSCIO Report Record List
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IPSCIO Record ID: 5140
The 3SF Technology embodies the Licensor's DuroZyme Process, a unique process with the following key features – Selective, aerobic, high temperature (50-90C) microbial culturing process applicable to any scale – Odour free – Continuous process wherein culture media overflows from the last fermentation vessel, connected in series, as raw material is added to the first – Rapid throughput of as little as 18 hours – Selectively carried out as, but not limited to, a 3-stage process any number of fermentation vessels can be connected in series – Input raw organic materials derive from specific sources to ensue a pure food supply for the microorganisms being cultured – Input of specific raw organic materials leads to selection of specific high temperature microorganisms – from the mixed number that are in or on the raw materials themselves – that favour the specific inputted organic materials as food sources – In utilizing the specific input raw organic materials as food, specific enzymes are produced – Enzyme products are stable to prevailing culturing conditions, and especially to high temperatures (50-90C) – Specific enzymes produced are recovered from the fermented end product first by separation of solids from liquid, then recovery of enzymes from the liquid fraction.
The bulk solids recovered from the fermented organic material, rich in macro- and micronutrients, specific enzymes and microorganisms, are produced for a range of applications including as growth enhancement agents, feed and fertilizer products, in liquid or dried form. – Specific enzymes produced and recoverable include but are not limited to those that breakdown protein, starch, pectin, cellulose, fiber, fats and lipids; the full range of different known enzyme types can be produced – 100% Natural process and products – no chemical additives used. The 3SF Technology and DuroZyme Process are delivered by way of compact, environmentally friendly plants. These plants contain the range of systems needed to facilitate culture of thermophiles and production of enzymes therefrom by providing an environment that is optimized for their growth/production. DuroZyme plants are delivered as a turnkey package. The plants take in specific, selected organic materials and charge a processing fee to convert them to enzymes with unique, stable properties that have uses in environmental restoration and preservation and processing of consumer products, such as pharmaceutical, nutritional and health products.
IPSCIO Record ID: 5139
IPSCIO Record ID: 2980
In simplified terms, EATAD means that once the prepared feedstock is heated to a certain temperature, it self-generates additional heat (autothermal), rising to very high, pathogen-destroying temperature levels (thermophilic). Bacteria added to the feedstock consume vast amounts of oxygen (aerobic) converting the food waste (digestion) to a rich blend of nutrients and single cell proteins.
IPSCIO Record ID: 178
IPSCIO Record ID: 250613
For the License Grant to Licensee under Purchased IP, subject to the terms and conditions of this Agreement, Licensor, of the Netherlands, grants an exclusive, worldwide right and license or sublicense, with the right to sublicense, under and with respect to the Purchased IP to make, have made, use, develop, market, distribute, offer for sale, sell and import Purchased Enzymes in the Licensees Field, and a non-exclusive, worldwide, perpetual and irrevocable right and license or sublicense, with the right to sublicense, under and with respect to the Purchased IP to make, have made, use, develop, market, distribute, offer for sale, sell and import Purchased Products in the BP Field.
Purchased IP shall mean any and all Intellectual Property included in the Purchased Assets, and any and all in-licensed Intellectual Property under any contract or agreement included in the Purchased Assets to the extent a sublicense may be granted thereunder, in each case together with any and all intellectual Property arising from prosecution or maintenance of such intellectual Property.
Licensed Product means Veretase or any Xylanase Product.
Veretase means the proprietary and patented form of alpha-amylase enzyme marketed under the trade name VeretaseÂ® alpha-amylase, having the amino acid sequence SEQ ID N02 of U.S. Patent Number 7,666,633, which is approved for use in the hydrolysis of edible starch to produce starch hydrolysis products, including glucose syrup, high fructose corn syrup (HFCS) and crystalline glucose (dextrose), and distilled ethanol for food and beverage use, and any codon-optimized variant of such enzyme that preserves the same protein sequence as such enzyme.
Xylanase Products means the proprietary and patented form of xylanase enzyme, having the amino acid sequence SEQ ID NO382 of U.S. Patent Number 8,043,839, and any codon-optimized variant of such enzyme that preserves the same protein sequence as such enzyme, and the proprietary and patented form of xylanase enzyme, having the amino acid sequence SEQ ro NO482 of U.S. Patent Number 8,043,839, and any codon-optimized variant of such enzyme that preserves the same protein sequence as such enzyme.
BP Field means the researching, development, manufacture and commercialization, including without limitation to make or have made, use or have used, practice or have practiced, improve or have improved, import or have imported, export or have exported, market or have marketed, distribute or have distributed, license, sell, offer for sale or have sold of lignocellulosic ethanol and other lignocellulosic biofuels and lignocellulosic, lignocellulosic butanol and lignocellulosic diesel biofuels, including without limitation conversion of cell wall sugars and/or cell wall sugar compounds into biofuels or bioproducts, and for the avoidance of doubt excludes starch to ethanol, starch to other biofuels and starch to bioproducts.
IPSCIO Record ID: 171429
For those Licensed Products currently listed the royalty is revised and those future licensed products which are added a newly added royalty may or may not apply.
The patents and patent applications No. 743,178 and No. 07/806,627 are for a snack manufacturing process.
IPSCIO Record ID: 211865
The parties have developed certain complementary (and, in some cases, blocking) technology for the production, refining, and blending of arachidonic acid for use in infant formula to meet the nutritional needs of infants and as a potential nutritional supplement and/or food ingredient for young children, pregnant and lactating women, and adults generally. Licensor owns technology related to the manufacture and use of arachidonic acid and has certain issued patents and patents pending throughout the world, claiming certain processes for the manufacture of arachidonic acid, certain compounds and certain uses; and Licensee owns technology related to the manufacture of arachidonic acid and has certain issued patents and pending patent applications throughout the world, claiming certain processes for the manufacture of arachidonic acid, certain formulations for that product, certain compounds and certain applications. Licensor has also obtained certain governmental regulatory approvals for the use of arachidonic acid in infant formula.
Licensee shall use Licensors brand names and the Licensor trade name, solely on Licensors behalf and for Licensors benefit, on all shipments of ARA Products by Licensee to Licensor or any Licensor customer, pursuant to delivery or order instructions by Licensor to Licensee, and Licensee shall not attach any additional brand names, trademarks, trade names, logos or designations to any such shipment.
Arachidonic acid (ARA) is a polyunsaturated omega-6 fatty acid 204. It is structurally related to the saturated arachidic acid found in CupuaÃ§u butter.
Nutritional oils are comprised of fatty acid components, primarily arachidonic acid, commonly known as ARA.
Nutritional oils is used as ingredients in infant formula and foods, and as ingredients in, and encapsulated for use as, dietary supplements.
Many researchers believe that these fatty acids may enhance mental and visual development in infants and play a pivotal role in brain function throughout life.
Licensors ARA Fields of Use shall mean all ARA fields of use other than the Licensee ARA Fields of Use.
IPSCIO Record ID: 5892
The Licensee acquired the worldwide exclusive License to the microbiological process known as Prolactis.
Patents designated the invention described in the Patent application files on or about September 10th 2002 under number US 1217355 entitled Biofermentor for treatment of biologically convertible matterâ€ as well as any additional patent, continuation, division which could be derived from the said patent, which will then become part of the present agreement and updated when received the whole in according with section 11 of the present agreement.
Process designates the processes for the bioconversion of lactose and other fermentescibles sugars used uniquely for the production of a biomass of yeast of the type Kluyveromyces Maxiamus without the generality of the foregoing, the Process includes the use of a bioreactor using immortalized cells of Kluyveromyces Maxiamus, fuelled in continued Process with the appropriate by Products, thus producing a biomass of yeast of the Kluyveromyces Maxiamus types with a good nutritional value.
Products designates any plant, series of Processes or industrial mapplications using the Process with the Patents, totally or partially using the yeast or biomass produced.
The process provides for the bioconversion of lactose and other sugar into high proteins biomass, literally transforming waste and by-products into water and yeast to be used in animal feed. The process relies on the capacity of yeast to absorb and digest components of polluting elements dissolved in liquids. Main elements researched are carbon and nitrogen under a special form which allow yeast to reproduce. Multiple agricultural food rejects contain either nitrogen or carbon or even both. These food by-products have no value and create problems for disposal. Yeast produced from the waste materials can be sold based on grade and composition at various pricing. This value is variable and can be ranged, for example, from animal food to pharmaceutical applications. A very high amount of yeast organisms (Billions by square Meters) are placed in the bioreactor of the ProLactis process. They are called Mother cells. The bioreactor is fed continuously (24h/day, 7 days a week) from the top with the liquid to be treated which has been mixed with nutritive complements. This mixture provides the yeast a balanced nutrition necessary for an optimal production. The daughter cells resulting from the growth and subdivision of the mother cells placed in the bioreactor free themselves and are transported by the flowing liquid. As a result, the liquid exiting from the bioreactor is less pollutant and contains a great number of new yeast cells. These are then recuperated, concentrated and dried according to customer requirements. Â« ProcessÂ» designates the processes for the bioconversion of lactose and other fermentescibles sugars used uniquely for the production of a biomass of yeast of the type Kluyveromyces Maxiamus without the generality of the foregoing, the Process includes the use of a bioreactor using immortalized cells of Kluyveromyces Maxiamus, fuelled in continued Process with the appropriate by Products, thus producing a biomass of yeast of the Kluyveromyces Maxiamus types with a good nutritional value.