Intellectual Property

Our Leading IP Position

Expanding our intellectual property portfolio is essential in order to successfully implement our strategy and reach our ambition to become a leading biotech in the microbiome industry.

By filing our own IP in the US and Europe, and by licensing in available patents from world class academic, we are building a leadership IP position in the Christensenella space.

LNC Therapeutics filed proprietary patent families protecting christensenella modulation for therapeutic use. In September 2018, we acquired an exclusive licence for the Christensenella patents from Cornell University (Ithaca, NY, USA) covering the applications of Christensenella as a treatment for obesity and metabolic diseases. We’ve also had a number of patents granted by the USPTO.

 

We are actively scouting at the international level for patent licensing opportunities in order to continue expanding our intellectual property portfolio.

Microbiome & us
News
Mar 12, 2020
LNC Therapeutics Announces Successful GMP Manufacturing of Xla1 for Phase 1 Clinical Trial | By finalizing the...
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Jan 13, 2020
We are looking for Clinical Project Manager | WHAT WE OFFER An exciting opportunity to dive in and begin your career...
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Press / Media
Nov 12, 2019
Biotechs investments disrupt Big Pharma business model The pharmaceutical industry is in a state of flux, with...
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Sep 6, 2019
Chaque semaine, Maddyness dresse le bilan des levées de fonds de la semaine qui vient de s’écouler. Cette semaine,...
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Publications
Dec 6, 2019
The term “microbiome” refers to the collection of microorganisms (or microbiota) – including bacteria, viruses and...
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Oct 28, 2019
Jillian L. Waters, Ruth E. Ley The Christensenellaceae, a recently described family in the phylum Firmicutes, is emerging...
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