Zoom on CAR-T in the CRISPR landscape

The CRISPR technology has a wide range of target applications, from agronomy to medicine. As we celebrate the 2nd birthday of CRISPR patent analytics services at IPStudies and the 4th year of the CRISPR-Cas9 invention, a few application areas show an increasing competitive activity in the landscape. On CAR-T (chimeric antigen receptor T) cell immunotherapy, we now find more than twenty patent applications in the CRISPR landscape. As could be expected from their marketing/communication, a number of pharmaceutical players and CRISPR technology development pioneers have actively positioned their IP in that domain, namely:

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Genome editing applications – Brussels – Feb 3-4, 2016

IPStudies will be attending the next Genome Editing Applications event in Brussels, now postponed to 3 – 4 February 2016.

A number of companies identified in our CRISPR patent landscape will be speaking there, such as CRISPR Therapeutics (TJ Cradick), Cellectis (Philippe Duchateau), AstraZeneca (Lorenz Mayr), Janssen R&D (Ines Royaux), Novartis (Anett Ritter), Cellecta (Paul Diehl), Merck & Co (Myung Shin), Precision Biosciences (Victor Bartsevitch), as well as instutional applicants such as the Technical University of Denmark, the Netherlands Cancer Institute, Duke University, Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute, and Royal Holloway-University of London.

The event also features a dedicated, interactive evening seminar, discussion and dinner on Intellectual Property and Business Strategy Landscape of Genome Editing Technologies, to be lead by Dr. Philip Webber from Dehns (UK Patent and Trade Mark Attorneys). More information can be found here.

For those attending, we invite you to take this opportunity to meet our head of biotech IP analytics, Dr. Fabien Palazzoli – ask a demo of our interactive CRISPR patent landscape for genome editing R&D/IP positioning! Our free sample can be downloaded here.