Bankrupt Traversa Settles IP Dispute as Alnylam, Isis Claim Delays in Tekmira Suit | GenomeWeb

The intellectual property ownership dispute between a former Traversa Therapeutics executive and the bankrupt company has been settled, with the executive buying the US patent application at issue, Gene Silencing News has learned.

With the IP in hand, Traversa's former director of chemistry Scott Petersen is continuing his efforts to find a pharmaceutical company interested in acquiring the application, No. 20110294869, and hiring him to continue development of the RNAi drug-delivery technology it covers, he said last week.

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