Limacorporate S.p.A has outlicensed to Orthofix Medical Inc. new medical technology for patients suffering from chronic high dislocation of the hip. The deal, for U.S. market rights, will see the companies combine the limb-lengthening technology of Orthofix’s Fitbone intramedullary nail system with Limacorporate’s 3D-printed pelvic fixation device to form what Emmanuel Bonhomme, CEO of Limacorporate, told BioWorld is “a personalized and unique complex hip replacement solution.”
Orthocell Ltd. landed its first global licensing deal for its regenerative collagen medical device with Biohorizons Inc., one of the largest dental implant companies in the world. The licensing deal comes on the heels of the Perth, Australia-based company reporting final data from its nerve reconstruction study that showed patients continued to improve between 12- and 24-months post-treatment with its regenerative nerve repair device Remplir.
Futura Medical plc has signed an exclusive licensing agreement with over the counter (OTC) distributor Cooper Consumer Health SAS to commercialize its topical, gel-based erectile dysfunction (ED) treatment Med3000, in the U.K. and Europe. Under the terms of the agreement, Cooper will pay an undisclosed price to Futura to manufacture and supply the product for five years, in compliance with EU competition law.
In a deal worth up to $108 million, ophthalmic startup Eluminex Biosciences Ltd. has licensed the global rights to Fibrogen Inc.’s biosynthetic cornea derived from recombinant human collagen (RHC) type III intended to tackle corneal blindness.
Nanodx Inc. entered into a license agreement with IBM Research to use IBM’s nanoscale sensor technology and develop diagnostic platforms for rapid and cost-effective detection of various diseases, including COVID-19 and traumatic brain injury, among others. This marks IBM’s first collaboration to allow a medical device company to use its nanoscale technology.
TORONTO – Titan Medical Inc. has received a $10 million license payment from Medtronic plc for a total of $30 million that the Irish med-tech firm has invested in robotic-assisted surgical technologies developed by Titan. Titan is pursuing gynecologic surgical applications for its Enos robotic single access surgical system, licensing it and related intellectual property to Medtronic while retaining worldwide rights to commercialize technologies for use with the Enos system.
PERTH, Australia – Melbourne-based Telix Pharmaceuticals Ltd. has linked up with Hong Kong-listed China Grand Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Holdings Ltd. (CGP) in a licensing and commercial deal worth AU$400 million (US$285 million) plus sales royalties.
Precision oncology company Genetron Holdings Ltd. has entered an exclusive licensing agreement for Seq-MRD, a diagnostic assay for detecting and monitoring minimal residual disease (MRD) in select hematologic cancers from med-tech startup Hangzhou Immuquad Biotechnologies Co. Ltd.