Regeneron Pharmaceuticals Inc

Tarrytown, NY, United States

Regeneron Pharmaceuticals Inc

Tarrytown, NY, United States
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Regeneron Pharmaceuticals Inc. and A+ Network | Date: 2017-01-25

The present invention provides methods for treating, preventing or reducing the severity of cerebral malaria. The methods of the present invention comprise administering to a subject in need thereof a therapeutically effective amount of a pharmaceutical composition comprising a modified angiopoietin molecule such as AngF1-Fc-F1.


Patent
Regeneron Pharmaceuticals Inc. | Date: 2017-01-24

The invention provides genetically modified non-human animals that express a humanized MHC II protein (humanized MHC II and polypeptides), as well as embryos, cells, and tissues comprising the same. Also provided are constructs for making said genetically modified animals and methods of making the same. Methods of using the genetically modified animals to study various aspects of human immune system are provided.


Patent
Regeneron Pharmaceuticals Inc. | Date: 2017-03-29

The present invention provides monoclonal antibodies that bind to the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome - Coronavirus (MERS-CoV) spike protein, and methods of use. In various embodiments of the invention, the antibodies are fully human antibodies that bind to MERS-CoV spike protein. In some embodiments, the antibodies of the invention are useful for inhibiting or neutralizing MERS-CoV activity, thus providing a means of treating or preventing MERS infection in humans. In some embodiments, the invention provides for a combination of one or more antibodies that bind to the MERS-CoV spike protein for use in treating MERS infection. In certain embodiments, the one or more antibodies bind to distinct non-competing epitopes comprised in the receptor binding domain of the MERS-CoV spike protein.


Patent
Regeneron Pharmaceuticals Inc. | Date: 2017-03-22

Non-human animals comprising a human or humanized C3 and/or C5 nucleic acid sequence are provided as well as methods for using the same to identify compounds capable of modulating the complement system. Non-human animals that comprise a replacement of the endogenous C5 gene and/or C3 gene with a human or humanized C5 gene and/or C3 gene, and methods for making and using the non-human animals, are described. Non-human animals comprising a human or humanized C5 gene under control of non-human C5 regulatory elements is also provided, including non-human animals that have a replacement of non-human C5-encoding sequence with human C5-encoding sequence at an endogenous non-human C5 locus. Non-human animals comprising a human or humanized C3 gene under control of non-human C3 regulatory elements is also provided, including non-human animals that have a replacement of non-human C3 protein-encoding sequence with human or humanized C3 protein-encoding sequence at an endogenous non-human C3 locus. Non-human animals comprising human or humanized C3 and/or C5 sequences, wherein the non-human animals are rodents, e.g., mice or rats, are provided.


Patent
Regeneron Pharmaceuticals Inc., Yale University and Institute For Research In Biomedicine Irb | Date: 2017-03-29

Genetically modified non-human animals expressing human EPO from the animal genome are provided. Also provided are methods for making non-human animals expressing human EPO from the non-human animal genome, and methods for using non-human animals expressing human EPO from the non-human animal genome. These animals and methods find many uses in the art, including, for example, in modeling human erythropoiesis and erythrocyte function; in modeling human pathogen infection of erythrocytes; in in vivo screens for agents that modulate erythropoiesis and/or erythrocyte function, e.g. in a healthy or a diseased state; in in vivo screens for agents that are toxic to erythrocytes or erythrocyte progenitors; in in vivo screens for agents that prevent against, mitigate, or reverse the toxic effects of toxic agents on erythrocytes or erythrocyte progenitors; in in vivo screens of erythrocytes or erythrocyte progenitors from an individual to predict the responsiveness of an individual to a disease therapy.


Patent
Regeneron Pharmaceuticals Inc. | Date: 2017-03-08

Genetically modified non-human animals comprising a humanized interleukin-15 (IL-15) gene. Cells, embryos, and non-human animals comprising a human IL-15 gene. Rodents that express humanized or human IL-15 protein.


Patent
Sanofi S.A. and Regeneron Pharmaceuticals Inc. | Date: 2017-09-13

The present invention relates to the use of an anti-IL6 receptor antibody in monotherapy for treating rheumatoid arthritis and for improving the physical function and the quality of life of a subject suffering from rheumatoid arthritis.


Patent
Regeneron Pharmaceuticals Inc. | Date: 2017-09-27

The present invention provides methods for treating angiogenic eye disorders by sequentially administering multiple doses of a VEGF antagonist to a patient. The methods of the present invention include the administration of multiple doses of a VEGF antagonist to a patient at a frequency of once every 8 or more weeks. The methods of the present invention are useful for the treatment of angiogenic eye disorders such as age related macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, diabetic macular edema, central retinal vein occlusion and corneal neovascularization.


Patent
Regeneron Pharmaceuticals Inc. | Date: 2017-09-13

Mice having a restricted immunoglobulin heavy chain locus are provided, wherein the locus is characterized by a single polymorphic human V_(H) gene segment, a plurality of human D_(H) gene segments and a plurality of J_(H) gene segments. Methods for making antibody sequences that bind an antigen (e.g., a viral antigen) are provided, comprising immunizing a mouse with an antigen of interest, wherein the mouse comprises a single human V_(H) gene segment, a plurality of human D_(H) gene segments and a plurality of J_(H) gene segments, at the endogenous immunoglobulin heavy chain locus.


Patent
Regeneron Pharmaceuticals Inc. | Date: 2017-09-20

The present disclosure relates to a method for identifying cells that express antigen-specific antibodies with a high binding affinity for a monomeric antigen. Using fluorescence activated cell sorting, cells expressing high affinity antigen-specific antibodies are selected from a population of immune cells isolated from a mammal that has been immunized with or otherwise exposed to the antigen. Nucleic acids encoding the high affinity antibodies can then be cloned into other lymphoid and non-lymphoid cells where the antibody can be expressed and from which the antibodies can be secreted.

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