Intellectual Property

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY

The goal of our company is to advance the development of solutions that will support those facing obstacles presented by brain injuries, Parkinson's disease, stroke, and other neurological conditions.

Patents Issued and Pending

NeuroRepair, Inc. has developed and is patenting several new mutants of Transforming Growth Factor-alpha. Patents are pending in the U.S., Europe, China, Japan and Australia.

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ISSUED PATENTS HELD BY NEUROREPAIR
US Patent #8,158,578 B2

Methods for treating
neurological deficits

The present invention features methods and compositions for treating a patient who has a neurological deficit. The method can be carried out, for example, by contacting (in vivo or in culture) a neural progenitor cell of the patient's central nervous system (CNS) with a polypeptide...

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US Patent #8,138,143 B2

Methods for treating a neurological disorder by peripheral administration of a tropical factor

The invention provides methods of treating a subject having a disease, disorder or condition of the central nervous system. The methods include administering TGFα polypeptides, related of polypeptides, fragments and mimetics thereof....

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US Patent #7,790,669

Methods for Treating Neurological Deficits By Intrastriatal Administration of Transforming Growth Factor Alpha

The present invention features methods and compositions for treating a patient who has a neurological deficit. The method can be carried out, for example, by contacting (in vivo or in culture) a neural progenitor cell of the patient's central nervous system (CNS) with a polypeptide...

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US Patent #7,795,202

Methods for Treating a Neurological Disorder By Peripheral Administration of Transforming Growth Factor Alpha Issued 9/14/10.

The invention provides methods of treating a subject having a disease, disorder or condition of the central nervous system. The methods include administering TGF-α polypeptides, related polypeptides, fragments and mimetics thereof useful in stimulating progenitor cell or stem cell…

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PATENTS PENDING

Patents Pending

Patents Pending for novel mutants of TGFα in the United States and other countries.

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ARTICLES
7 Top Medical Breakthroughs Just Around the Corner

-NewsMax cover story
Interview with James Fallon, Ph.D

For the first time, stroke victims will regain movement of paralyzed limbs, thanks to a simple nasal spray. Biologists at the Unviersity of California, Irvine, have come up with a groundbreaking treatment using a natural...

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Repairing Brains

-By Matthew Klipstein

For the first 40-some years of my life, I led a life that just always seemed to work out. No matter how foolish, or even downright stupid, I was about something, Fate ensured that it worked out just fine for me. I have dozens of vignettes to substantiate this claim, but I suspect that...

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Two recent studies by neuroscientists at the University of California, Irvine, have had startling success with a neuroregenerative therapy tested in rats.

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A groundbreaking treatment, that can almost completely restore the limb paralysis that follows a stroke, has been successfully tested on rats, scientists in California announced Tuesday. Studies by biologists at University of California, Irvine, found that a material that occurs naturally...

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NeuroRepair named a "Firestarter Company" and "Outstanding Company of the Conference"

-Future in Review [FiRe] Conference

NeuroRepair was named a "Firestarter Company" and "Outstanding Company of the Conference" at the 2010 Future in Review [FiRe] Conference. Hosted by Mark Anderson, founder and publisher of the Strategic News ServiceTm.

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"James H. Fallon of the University of California at Irvine reported that a protein called transforming growth factor alpha stimulated the stem cells in the brains rates to proliferate and migrate to the site of injuries similar to those caused by Parkinson's...and repaired some of the damage.

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