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MitoSciences Licenses Antibody Tech for Cell-based Screening

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – MitoSciences has agreed to an exclusive license for monoclonal antibodies from the University of Oregon for use in its cell-based drug toxicity screening tests and multiplexing assays, the Eugene, Ore.-based company said today.
 
The University will receive royalties from patent-related sales and $4.6 million in fixed quarterly cash payments over 10 years.
 
The agreement also gives MitoSciences exclusive commercialization rights for a portfolio of “biological assets,” and an exclusive license for several patents covering the use of monoclonal antibodies that recognize mitochondrial antigens, the company said.

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