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Described herein are drug delivery conjugates for targeted therapy. In particular, described herein are drug delivery conjugates that include polyvalent linkers comprising one or more unnatural amino acids that are useful for treating cancers and inflammatory diseases. In some embodiments, the cancer is selected from the group consisting of a carcinoma, a sarcoma, a lymphoma, Hodgekins disease, a melanoma, a mesothelioma, Burkitts lymphoma, a nasopharyngeal carcinoma, a leukemia, and a myeloma.


Patent
Endocyte | Date: 2015-12-01

The invention described herein pertains to conjugates of GARFTase inhibitors. In particular, the invention described herein pertains to conjugates of GARFTase inhibitors that target the folate receptor for delivery of conjugated drugs to a mammalian recipient. Also described are methods of making and using conjugates of GARFTase inhibitors.


Patent
Endocyte | Date: 2015-08-26

The invention describes a vitamin receptor binding drug delivery conjugate, and preparations therefor. The drug delivery conjugate consists of a vitamin receptor binding moiety, a bivalent linker (L), and a drug. The vitamin receptor binding moiety includes vitamins, and vitamin receptor binding analogs and derivatives thereof, and the drug includes analogs and derivatives thereof. The vitamin receptor binding moiety is covalently linked to the bivalent linker, and the drug, or the analog or the derivative thereof, is covalently linked to the bivalent linker, wherein the bivalent linker (L) includes components such as spacer linkers, releasable linkers, and heteroatom linkers, and combinations thereof. Methods and pharmaceutical compositions for eliminating pathogenic cell populations using the drug delivery conjugate are also described.


Patent
Endocyte | Date: 2016-01-06

The invention described herein relates to conjugates and compositions for imaging, diagnosing, and/or monitoring diseases using radionuclide-based imaging. In particular, the invention described herein relates to conjugates and compositions for imaging, diagnosing, and/or monitoring diseases using positron emission tomography.


Patent
Endocyte | Date: 2015-06-22

Bivalent linkers to be included in or for preparing vitamin, drug, diagnostic agent, and/or imaging agent conjugates are described.


The invention described herein pertains to the diagnosis, imaging, and/or treatment of pathogenic cell populations. In particular, the invention described herein pertains to the diagnosis, imaging, and/or treatment of diseases caused by PSMA expressing cells, such as prostate cancer cells, using compounds capable of targeting PSMA expressing cells.


The invention described herein pertains to the diagnosis, imaging, and/or treatment of pathogenic cell populations. In particular, the invention described herein pertains to the diagnosis, imaging, and/or treatment of diseases caused by PSMA expressing cells, such as prostate cancer cells, using compounds capable of targeting PSMA expressing cells.


The invention described herein pertains to the diagnosis, imaging, and/or treatment of pathogenic cell populations. In particular, the invention described herein pertains to the diagnosis, imaging, and/or treatment of diseases caused by PSMA expressing cells, such as prostate cancer cells, using compounds capable of targeting PSMA expressing cells.


Patent
Endocyte | Date: 2015-08-07

Described herein are compositions and methods for use in targeted drug delivery using cell receptor binding drug delivery conjugates containing hydrophilic spacer linkers for use in imaging, diagnosing, and/or treating diseases and disease states caused by pathogenic cell populations.


Patent
Endocyte | Date: 2016-02-26

Tubulysins are a series of naturally occurring cytotoxic agents that are of interest as anticancer therapeutic agents. Processes and intermediates useful for preparing naturally occurring and non-naturally occurring tubulysins and analogs and derivatives thereof are described.

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