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Anti-GARP Monoclonal Antibodies for Cancer Therapy
TS-057778 — A novel monoclonal antibody (PIIO-1) to be used in combination with immune-checkpoint blockers. PIIO-1 augments CD8+ T cells-induced anti-tumor immunity and overcomes ICB resistance by disrupting transforming growth factor-β (TGF-β), the center of a pathway significantly implicated in solid tumors and hematological malignancies. PIIO-1 inhibits TGFβ locally via a docking receptor, avoiding adverse and unforeseen side effects.
Although immune checkpoint blockade (ICB) has emerged as a promising cancer immunotherapy, a majority of tumors fail to respond to ICB. A potential mechanism driving this failed response is the accumulation of TGF-β1 in the tumor microenvironment (TME), which drives immune dysfunction by indu…
  • College: College of Medicine (COM)
  • Inventors: Li, Zihai
  • Licensing Officer: He, Panqing

Albumin-SN-38 Conjugate (AlbuCure) for Cancer Therapy
TS-057776 — A novel protein-drug conjugate of human serum albumin chemically conjugated to SN-38, solubilizing the potent chemotherapeutic. This therapy has the potential to treat many tumors with poor prognosis, including pancreatic, lung, breast, colorectal, ovarian, sarcoma, head and neck cancer, urothelial malignancies, and others.
Many solid tumors have poor prognosis despite recent progress in molecularly targeted therapy and immunotherapy. Irinotecan/CPT-11, a chemotherapy on the WHO Essential Medicines List, is approved for use in colorectal cancer, lung cancer, pancreatic cancer, gastric cancer, malignant glioma, and sa…
  • College: College of Medicine (COM)
  • Inventors: Williams, Terence; Lee, Robert
  • Licensing Officer: He, Panqing

A novel mouse model of spontaneous chronic lymphocytic leukemia
TS-055268 — The laboratory of Dr. Rosa Lapalombella in collaboration with Dr. James Blachly at The Ohio State University has developed a mouse model of spontaneous Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia.
The Need Chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL) accounts for one quarter of new cases of leukemia. CLL is the most prevalent adult leukemia in Western countries and is characterized by a mature B-cell phenotype. Given the burden of this disease, a large pipeline of drugs for treatment are in progress…
  • College: College of Medicine (COM)
  • Inventors: Lapalombella, Rosa; Blachly, James; Byrd, John
  • Licensing Officer: Davis, Stewart

Targeting circular PCMTD1 in leukemias with p53 mutations
TS-049827 — circPCMTD1 is a novel target in p53 mutated leukemias.
Despite recent progress in understanding acute myeloid leukemia (AML) biology and the use of intensive treatments, the long-term overall survival of non-pediatric AML patients is only 30-40% in young patients (<60 years) and less than 10% in elderly AML patients (>60 years). This highlights …
  • College: College of Medicine (COM)
  • Inventors: Garzon, Ramiro; Papaioannou, Dimitrios
  • Licensing Officer: He, Panqing

Inhibition of DGAT for the treatment of cancer
TS-049730 — Dysregulated fat metabolism is an established hallmark of cancer cells. However, the disruption of lipid homeostasis in cancer cells remains an elusive target for therapy. Tumor cells acquire abundant fats for rapid cell growth, but how they avoid toxicity from such loading is unknown. An answer t…
  • College: College of Medicine (COM)
  • Inventors: Guo, Deliang
  • Licensing Officer: He, Panqing

Novel epipolythiodioxopiperazine alkaloid natural product derivatives for the treatment of cancer and other diseases
TS-047118 — Analogues of verticillin with significantly improved drug-like properties, including increased solubility, absorption, and stability, while maintaining similar anticancer potency as the verticillin parent compounds.
Verticillins, which are epipolythiodioxopiperazine (ETP) alkaloids, have shown promising anticancer qualities; these fungal metabolites have exhibited high potency against a variety of tumor cell types, with IC50 values typically in the 10-500 nanomolar range. However, these compounds suffer from …
  • College: College of Pharmacy
  • Inventors: Fuchs, James; Huntsman, Andrew
  • Licensing Officer: He, Panqing

Papaverine Derivatives that are Effective Hypoxic Tumor Radiosensitizers
TS-041504 — Dr. Nicholas Denko and colleagues at The Ohio State University have developed papaverine derivatives that can be used as metabolic radiosensitizers in hypoxic tumors. The compounds make cancer cells more sensitive to radiation therapy without the concomitant toxicity issues that can occur as a side-effect of papaverine.
Radiation therapy is a common treatment for cancerous tumors. However, environmental conditions in the tumor can influence sensitivity to radiation therapy, and some cells are resistant to treatment. For example, hypoxic cells (those with low levels of oxygen) in tumors such as lung, glioblastoma,…
  • College: College of Medicine (COM)
  • Inventors: Denko, Nicholas; Benej, Martin; Mitton-Fry, Mark; Papandreou, Ioanna; Vibhute, Sandip
  • Licensing Officer: Davis, Stewart

Multi-Functional Drug Delivery Nanodevice for Precision Medicine
TS-041485 — A functionalized DNA nanostructure made through a scaffolded DNA origami molecular self-assembly process to deliver clinically significant concentrations of therapeutics.
This novel therapeutic approach leverages structural nanotechnology to create a DNA nanostructure that acts as a customizable delivery vehicle for therapeutic molecules. The technology allows for a highly tunable and customizable multi-functional drug delivery platform that incorporates interchang…
  • College: College of Engineering (COE)
  • Inventors: Castro, Carlos; Byrd, John; Halley, Patrick; Lucas, Christopher
  • Licensing Officer: He, Panqing

Method to improve efficiency and specificity of human tumor targeting and elimination by using a combination of split & splice protein toxins and oncolytic viruses
TS-040838 — Novel strategy to improve efficiency and specificity of tumor treatment via combinative use of a split & splice protein toxin and oncolytic virus.
In combating malignancies as complex as cancer, researchers and clinicians have created a diverse set of strategies to reduce tumor burden. Oncolytic viruses (OVs) have emerged as a promising means of treating this disease due to their potential to selectively target and effectively kill cancer ce…
  • College: College of Arts & Sciences
  • Inventors: Kudryashov, Dmitri; Cripe, Timothy; Kudryashova, Elena; Purde, Vedud
  • Licensing Officer: Willson, Christopher

Automated Detection of Tumor Budding in Colorectal Cancer
TS-039267 — A non-invasive and automated tumor budding image analysis system for colorectal cancer. This program can detect tumor buds in traditional H&E stained sections without the need for manual assessment.
Colorectal cancer is the third most commonly diagnosed cancer in the United States. With a survival rate of less than 65%, early detection and treatment are key factors in survival. Tumor budding, associated with higher tumor stage, lymph node metastasis, and decreased disease-free survival, has e…
  • College: College of Medicine (COM)
  • Inventors: Gurcan, Metin; Ahmad Fauzi, Mohammad Faizal; Chen, Wei "Wei"; Frankel, Wendy
  • Licensing Officer: Norris, Francis "Frank"

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