Category Archives: Intellectual Property

Geron Bolsters Extensive Embryonic Stem Cell Patent Estate

Geron yesterday announced the issuance of US patent #7,326,572, helping to extend their patent protection around their embryonic stem (ES) cell platform technology in the area of treating type 1 diabetes. Currently, Geron owns an exclusive license from the Wisconsin … Continue reading

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Celgene Strengthens Adult Stem Cell Patent Estate

I have recently signed up for the StemCellPatents.com weekly newsletter, and it is great to keep updated on all the patents that get issued in regenerative medicine. In the most recent newletter, they reported on two patents that issued last … Continue reading

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Patent Reform Act of 2007 – Impact on Regenerative Medicine

The author of CELLWISE, one of the newer bio-Blogs out there, asked a question related to the Patent Reform Act of 2007 in a comment on the Pfizer post. He asked: The article that is cited is right; our patent … Continue reading

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CellCyte Issued Patent for Enhancing Cell Delivery to Cardiac Tissue

CellCyte Genetics Corporation recently announced that US Patent No 7,282,222 was issued, a patent which they have exclusive rights to. The press release states that the patent covers unique methods and compositions “to deliver and direct stem cells to target … Continue reading

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