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Details for Patent: 9,539,234


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Summary for Patent: 9,539,234
Title:Treatment of circadian rhythm disorders
Abstract: Embodiments of the invention relate to the use of a melatonin agonist in the treatment of free running circadian rhythms in patients, including light perception impaired patients, e.g., blind patients, and to methods of measuring circadian rhythm.
Inventor(s): Dressman; Marlene Michelle (Germantown, MD), Feeney; John Joseph (Olney, MD), Licamele; Louis William (Potomac, MD), Polymeropoulos; Mihael H. (Potomac, MD)
Assignee: Vanda Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (Washington, DC)
Application Number:14/688,301
Patent Litigation and PTAB cases: See patent lawsuits and PTAB cases for patent 9,539,234
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Drugs Protected by US Patent 9,539,234

Applicant Tradename Generic Name Dosage NDA Approval Date TE Type RLD RS Patent No. Patent Expiration Product Substance Delist Req. Patented / Exclusive Use Submissiondate
Vanda Pharms Inc HETLIOZ tasimelteon CAPSULE;ORAL 205677-001 Jan 31, 2014 RX Yes Yes ⤷  Free Forever Trial ⤷  Free Forever Trial TREATMENT OF NON-24-HOUR SLEEP-WAKE DISORDER BY AVOIDING THE USE OF TASIMELTEON IN COMBINATION WITH A STRONG CYP1A2 INHIBITOR ⤷  Free Forever Trial
Vanda Pharms Inc HETLIOZ tasimelteon CAPSULE;ORAL 205677-001 Jan 31, 2014 RX Yes Yes ⤷  Free Forever Trial ⤷  Free Forever Trial TREATMENT OF NIGHTTIME SLEEP DISTURBANCES IN SMITH-MAGENIS SYNDROME BY AVOIDING THE AVOIDING THE USE OF TASIMELTEON IN COMBINATION WITH A STRONG CYP1A2 INHIBITOR ⤷  Free Forever Trial
Vanda Pharms Inc HETLIOZ LQ tasimelteon SUSPENSION;ORAL 214517-001 Dec 1, 2020 RX Yes Yes ⤷  Free Forever Trial ⤷  Free Forever Trial TREATMENT OF NIGHTTIME SLEEP DISTURBANCES IN SMITH-MAGENIS SYNDROME BY AVOIDING THE AVOIDING THE USE OF TASIMELTEON IN COMBINATION WITH A STRONG CYP1A2 INHIBITOR ⤷  Free Forever Trial
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International Family Members for US Patent 9,539,234

Country Patent Number Estimated Expiration Supplementary Protection Certificate SPC Country SPC Expiration
Australia 2013211878 ⤷  Free Forever Trial
Australia 2013211880 ⤷  Free Forever Trial
Australia 2013361459 ⤷  Free Forever Trial
Australia 2015206797 ⤷  Free Forever Trial
Australia 2016204178 ⤷  Free Forever Trial
Australia 2016204217 ⤷  Free Forever Trial
Australia 2018201302 ⤷  Free Forever Trial
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