Royalty Report: Drugs, Disease, Therapeutic – Collection: 7285

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Curated Royalty Rate Report
Created On: 2020-07-15, Record Count: 3

Description

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Created On: 2020-07-15
Record Count: 3

Primary Industries

  • Drugs
  • Disease
  • Therapeutic
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Diagnostic
  • Biotechnology
  • cardiac

IPSCIO Report Record List

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IPSCIO Record ID: 7285

License Grant
The Licensee entered into a patent assignment and intellectual property licensing Agreement with the Licensor, under which two patent applications were assigned to the Licensee.

On September 10, 2007, we executed an Assignment and Novation Deed under which all  rights and obligations under the patent assignment agreement were assigned.

License Property
One is an international patent application (PCT application) entitled ‘Beta-Amyloid Peptide Inhibitors’ which is granted in Australia, Canada and in the United States and in prosecution in Europe and Japan.  The invention is directed to compounds which block the metal binding site on Beta-Amyloid.  The technologies or products that may arise from this invention include metallo-based compounds as therapeutics or preventative treatments for Alzheimer’s disease.  

The other patent entitled ‘Method of Screening for inhibitors of Alzheimer’s Disease,’ an Australian provisional application that matured into a patent application in the United States, was allowed to lapse in the second half of 2009.

IPSCIO Record ID: 6547

License Grant
The Australian Licensee entered into a patent assignment and License Agreement with a University in Australia.
License Property
The Agreement provided for the assignment of various patents and patent rights to the Licensee comprised of an international patent application entitled, ‘A method of assaying and treating Alzheimer Disease.’

The invention is directed to a method for assaying for Alzheimer’s disease and to a method for treating the disease by modulating divalent or trivalent cation and/or heparin interaction in a patient with Amyloid Precusor Protein, or APP. The technologies or products that may arise from the invention include therapeutic agents such as zinc binding agents that modulate processing of APP, as well as a screening assay for Alzheimer’s disease to determine the amount of various forms of APP in the circulatory system of a human compared to a control sample to determine presence of the disease.

IPSCIO Record ID: 28064

License Grant
University granted the Licensee an exclusive United States and worldwide license under the patent rights for cardiac disorders.
License Property
Patent shall mean U.S. patent application Serial No.  09/186,755  and PCT application PCT/US98/23878, each filed on 11/5/98; EPO application filed 08/0212000; all assigned to the University entitled Methods for Treatment of Disorders of Cardiac Contractility. Invention entitled Xanthine Oxidase Inhibitors as Calcium-Sensitizing Therapeutic Agents for Heart Failure.
Field of Use
The Licensed Field shall mean therapeutic, diagnostic and commercial use of xanthine oxidase inhibitors for cardiovascular and neuromuscular disease.
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