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Summary for Patent: 9,512,200
Title:Personalized production of biologics and method for reprogramming somatic cells
Abstract: The invention provides a method for producing polypeptide protein products and nucleic acid products having reduced levels of antigenicity in an animal being treated with a biologic product. Somatic cells are isolated from an animal, transformed into pluripotent stem cells, transfected with a nucleic acid(s) of interest, and re-differentiated towards somatic cells known to be high level producers of the desired nucleic acid product. The invention can be used to derive a general cell line to treat populations, racial specific cell lines to treat ethnic groups, or patient specific cell lines to treat individuals. Additionally, the invention provides a method to allow induced pluripotent stem cells to be re-differentiated towards their somatic cell of origin so that the cells can be used to therapeutically treat an animal without resulting teratoma formation.
Inventor(s): Deisher; Theresa A. (Seattle, WA)
Assignee: AVM Biotechnology, LLC (Seattle, WA)
Application Number:13/342,704
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Details for Patent 9,512,200

Applicant Tradename Biologic Ingredient Dosage Form BLA Number Approval Date Patent No. Assignee Estimated Patent Expiration Status Orphan Source
Genzyme FABRAZYME agalsidase beta VIAL; INTRAVENOUS 103979 001 2003-04-24 ➤ Sign Up AVM Biotechnology, LLC (Seattle, WA) 2031-01-03 RX Orphan search
Genzyme FABRAZYME agalsidase beta VIAL; INTRAVENOUS 103979 002 2003-04-24 ➤ Sign Up AVM Biotechnology, LLC (Seattle, WA) 2031-01-03 RX Orphan search
Biomarin ALDURAZYME laronidase VIAL 125058 001 2003-04-30 ➤ Sign Up AVM Biotechnology, LLC (Seattle, WA) 2031-01-03 RX search
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