Intellectual Property Rights (IPRs) as Core Assets
As a leader in the PRP&HA regenerative field and as an innovation-driven company, Regen Lab SA has devoted important resources since 2004 to put on the market pioneering and diversified products constituting a complete set of tools/technologies for the medical community. Innovation represents one of the strongest pillars of the company with more than 30 in-house scientists and a unique network of talented and renowned medical doctors contributing to Regen Lab’s Research & Development.
Over more than 10 years, this innovation has been secured by building substantial patent & trademarks portfolios. Intellectual Property Rights (IPRs) therefore represent core assets of the company protecting its unique products and forging Regen Lab’s renowned brand names.
The patent portfolio can be divided into two core technologies:
- PRP (proprietary gel method) alone or in combination with cell extracts and associated key technologies like Autologous Thrombin Serum (ATS) and PRP Cell Culture which are covered by U.S. patent US8529957, European Patent EP2073862B, Australian Patent AU2013203115B and Patents Pending including US2016158286, WO2016/083549, Divisional of EP2073862 and Divisonals arising out of WO2011/110948.
Associated trademarks are REGENLAB, REGENKIT, REGENACR, PRP, A-PRP, REGENCELL, REGENPLASMA, REGEN PRP, REGEN EXTRACELL, THT, fig.cellularmask, CUTECELLS, REGENVET, A-CPKIT which are registered trademarks of Regen Lab SA in Europe, United States and other countries.
- Hyaluronic acid alone or in combination with PRP leading to the unique “all in one” Cellular Matrix product combining in a synergetic manner the advantageous properties of PRP and HA, which are covered by U.S. patent US8945537, Canadian Patent CA2789533C, Chinese Patent CN103079577, Australian Patent AU2011225828B and Patents Pending including EP2544697, US2015125436, JP2013522186, IL221133, RU2012143493, KR20130067247, 7167/DELNP/2012, HKA.13104932.8, US2015151858 and EP2771241.
Associated trademarks are REGENLAB, REGENKIT, CELLULAR MATRIX fig., SKINVISC, ARTHROVISC, REGENMATRIX, PRP and A-PRP which are registered trademarks of Regen Lab SA in Europe, United States and other countries.
Table: Patents per product
|Medical devices for the preparation of a platelet concentrate (A-PRP)||RegenACR-C||RegenACR-C Cellular Mask Adv.||R-ACR CMC/B||WO2008/023026, WO2016/083549, U.S. patent US8529957, European Patent EP2073862B and Patents Pending including US2016158286, Continuation of US2009/0317439, Divisional of EP2073862, Divisonals arising out of WO2011/110948, CH696752|
|RegenACR-C Cellular Mask||R-ACR CM/B|
|RegenACR-C Classic||R-ACR C1/B|
|RegenACR-C Extra||R-ACR C2/B|
|RegenACR-C Plus||R-ACR C/BA|
|RegenKit Surgery||RegenKit Ophthalmology||R-OPH/B|
|RegenKit Surgery||RK-SRG AZ/BA1|
|RegenKit Extracell||RegenKit Extracell Adipocyte||RK-EXA-B2|
|RegenKit Extracell Adipocyte||RK-EXA-B4|
|Regen Fibrin Polymer||Regen Fibrin Polymer 1||R-FP1/T|
|Regen Fibrin Polymer 2||R-FP2/T|
|RegenKit Extracell||RegenKit Extracell Membrane||R-EXM/T|
|RegenKit Extracell BMC||R-EXB/T|
|RegenKit Extracell BMC||R-EXB/T2|
|RegenKit Extracell Glue||RK-EXG/T|
|RegenKit Surgery||RegenKit Surgery||RK-SRG AZ/TA1|
|Medical devices for the preparation of autologous thrombin serum (ATS)||RegenKit ATS &
|RegenKit-ATS-3||RK-ATS-3||WO2011/110948, Australian Patent AU2013203115B, CA2915649, Patent pending in China, Patent pending in Japan|
|Medical devices for the preparation of a platelet concentrate (A-PRP) in combination with Hyaluronic Acid (HA)||Cellular Matrix||Cellular Matrix BCT-HA Kit||BCT-HA-3||WO2011/110948, WO2013/061309, WO2016/083549, U.S. patent US8945537, U.S. patent US9517255, Canadian Patent CA2789533C, Chinese Patent ZL2011800215953, Australian Patent AU2011225828B and Patents Pending including EP2544697, JP2013522186, IL221133, RU2012143493, KR20130067247, 7167/DELNP/2012, HKA.13104932.8, US2015151858 and EP2771241|
|Cellular Matrix A-CP-HA Kit||ACP-HA-3|
|Medical devices containing HA||Viscokits||ArthroVisc Kit||ARV-HA40-1||WO2013/061309, Patents Pending US2015151858 and EP2771241|
Image: Patents per technology/use
Version: 2.0 – Published online on 2016-12-13