BioCentury | Nov 10, 2016
Strategy

Editing the claims

While the inventors of CRISPR tussle over ownership of the gene editing technology, Cellectis S.A. thinks it has a trump card that the winner of the CRISPR dispute will need to license in order to...
BioCentury | Feb 10, 2014
Company News

Cellectis, genOway deal

Cellectis granted genOway an exclusive sublicense to Cellectis' homologous recombination technology for research applications in genetically modified rodents. Under the deal, genOway will be the exclusive service provider and distributor of the technology to academic...
BioCentury | Mar 26, 2012
Company News

genOway, StemCells deal

genOway received exclusive, worldwide rights to StemCells' Internal Ribosome Entry Site (IRES) technology to develop and commercialize genetically engineered mice. The technology genetically modifies any mammalian cells to enable dual expression of a protein of...
BioCentury | Jul 18, 2011
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bluebird bio, genOway deal

bluebird granted genOway exclusive, worldwide rights to its RMCE technology for use in genetically modified rodents. RMCE technology combines a recombinase system with genetic modification to enable the reliable and quick introduction of a DNA...
BioCentury | May 23, 2011
Company News

Algen Biopharmaceuticals, BioLineRx deal

BioLineRx acquired exclusive rights to cancer candidate BL-7030 from Algen. The double-stranded RNA vector targeting EGFR is in preclinical testing. Algen has rights from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem (Jerusalem, Israel). Further terms were not...
BioCentury | Mar 21, 2011
Company News

Genfit, OSEO diagnostic news

In January, Genfit said it would receive €4.9 million ($6.6 million) in funding over four years from France's OSEO agency as part of the micro-Path translational research program to discover new biomarkers of cardiovascular disease....
BioCentury | Jun 21, 2010
Company News

genOway deal

genOway received contracts totalling €400,000 ($484,300) from three undisclosed Japanese biopharmaceutical companies to develop genetically modified animal models for testing pharmaceutical compounds. Further details were not disclosed. genOway S.A. (Euronext:ALGEN), Lyon, France Business: Functional genomics...
BioCentury | May 24, 2010
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genOway, Griffith University deal

genOway and the university partnered to use autologous olfactory adult stem cells to establish germline transmission in rats. Both partners are responsible for their respective R&D costs. genOway will receive an exclusive, worldwide license to...
BioCentury | Mar 1, 2010
Company News

Cellectis, genOway deal

The companies settled a dispute concerning Cellectis' 2009 termination of a 2001 deal that granted genOway a non-exclusive license to Cellectis' homologous recombination technology for cellular and animal model development. The deal will remain terminated,...
BioCentury | Nov 23, 2009
Company News

Cellectis, genOway functional genomics news

Paris' Tribunal de Grande Instance dismissed genOway's lawsuit that challenged Cellectis' termination of a 2001 deal between the companies. In January, Cellectis ended its non-exclusive license deal with genOway, covering the use of homologous recombination...
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BioCentury | Nov 10, 2016
Strategy

Editing the claims

While the inventors of CRISPR tussle over ownership of the gene editing technology, Cellectis S.A. thinks it has a trump card that the winner of the CRISPR dispute will need to license in order to...
BioCentury | Feb 10, 2014
Company News

Cellectis, genOway deal

Cellectis granted genOway an exclusive sublicense to Cellectis' homologous recombination technology for research applications in genetically modified rodents. Under the deal, genOway will be the exclusive service provider and distributor of the technology to academic...
BioCentury | Mar 26, 2012
Company News

genOway, StemCells deal

genOway received exclusive, worldwide rights to StemCells' Internal Ribosome Entry Site (IRES) technology to develop and commercialize genetically engineered mice. The technology genetically modifies any mammalian cells to enable dual expression of a protein of...
BioCentury | Jul 18, 2011
Company News

bluebird bio, genOway deal

bluebird granted genOway exclusive, worldwide rights to its RMCE technology for use in genetically modified rodents. RMCE technology combines a recombinase system with genetic modification to enable the reliable and quick introduction of a DNA...
BioCentury | May 23, 2011
Company News

Algen Biopharmaceuticals, BioLineRx deal

BioLineRx acquired exclusive rights to cancer candidate BL-7030 from Algen. The double-stranded RNA vector targeting EGFR is in preclinical testing. Algen has rights from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem (Jerusalem, Israel). Further terms were not...
BioCentury | Mar 21, 2011
Company News

Genfit, OSEO diagnostic news

In January, Genfit said it would receive €4.9 million ($6.6 million) in funding over four years from France's OSEO agency as part of the micro-Path translational research program to discover new biomarkers of cardiovascular disease....
BioCentury | Jun 21, 2010
Company News

genOway deal

genOway received contracts totalling €400,000 ($484,300) from three undisclosed Japanese biopharmaceutical companies to develop genetically modified animal models for testing pharmaceutical compounds. Further details were not disclosed. genOway S.A. (Euronext:ALGEN), Lyon, France Business: Functional genomics...
BioCentury | May 24, 2010
Company News

genOway, Griffith University deal

genOway and the university partnered to use autologous olfactory adult stem cells to establish germline transmission in rats. Both partners are responsible for their respective R&D costs. genOway will receive an exclusive, worldwide license to...
BioCentury | Mar 1, 2010
Company News

Cellectis, genOway deal

The companies settled a dispute concerning Cellectis' 2009 termination of a 2001 deal that granted genOway a non-exclusive license to Cellectis' homologous recombination technology for cellular and animal model development. The deal will remain terminated,...
BioCentury | Nov 23, 2009
Company News

Cellectis, genOway functional genomics news

Paris' Tribunal de Grande Instance dismissed genOway's lawsuit that challenged Cellectis' termination of a 2001 deal between the companies. In January, Cellectis ended its non-exclusive license deal with genOway, covering the use of homologous recombination...
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