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Freising, Germany

The present invention relates to novel, specific-binding therapeutic and/or diagnostic proteins directed against Hepcidin, which proteins preferably are muteins of lipocalin protein. The invention also relates to nucleic acid molecules encoding such proteins and to methods for generation and use of such proteins and nucleic acid molecules. Accordingly, the invention also is directed to pharmaceutical and/or diagnostic compositions comprising such a lipocalin proteins, including uses of these proteins.


Patent
Daiichi Sankyo and Pieris AG | Date: 2014-03-13

The present disclosure relates to novel lipocalin muteins which bind to PCSK9. The disclosure also provides corresponding nucleic acid molecules encoding lipocalin muteins and methods for producing lipocalin muteins as well as their encoding nucleic acid molecules.


The present invention relates to lipocalin-mutein assays for measuring hepcidin concentration as well as methods preparing and utilizing and kits leveraging the lipocalin-mutein assays.


Patent
Pieris AG | Date: 2013-11-20

The present invention relates to novel, specific-binding therapeutic and/or diagnostic polypeptides directed against the target of Swiss Prot Q16552 and novel, specific-binding therapeutic and/or diagnostic polypeptides directed against the target of Swiss Prot Q9NPF7. In addition, the present invention relates to novel, specific-binding therapeutic and/or diagnostic polypeptides directed against one or both of Swiss Prot Q16552 and Swiss Prot Q9NPF7. The invention also relates to nucleic acid molecules encoding such polypeptides and to methods for generation of such polypeptides and nucleic acid molecules. In addition, the invention is directed to compositions comprising the polypeptides, and therapeutic and/or diagnostic uses of these polypeptides.


The present invention relates to novel, specific-binding therapeutic and/or diagnostic lipocalin muteins directed against Glypican-3 (GPC-3). The invention also relates to nucleic acid molecules encoding such muteins and to methods for generation of such muteins and nucleic acid molecules. In addition, the invention also is directed to pharmaceutical compositions comprising such muteins and practical uses of these lipocalin muteins. In addition, the present invention provides methods of using muteins of human lipocalin 2 (Lcn2 or NGAL) for target-specific delivery of therapeutic moieties or detectable labels to cells expressing GPC-3, and related therapeutic and diagnostic utilization.

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