ABP 938 (aflibercept)

ABP 938 Approval Pending

ABP 938 (aflibercept)

ABP 938 Approval Pending

U.S. License Holder:

Amgen

Date of License:

aBLA accepted by FDA October-2023

Last Update:

July-15-2024

approved_indications FDA-Approved Indications


ABP 938 (aflibercept) is not FDA-approved. An aBLA has been accepted by the FDA.

approved_indications U.S. Patent Litigations

PACER

Case No(s):

U.S. Patent Nos.
9,222,106 (Enhanced Expression and Stability Regions) 9,254,338 (Use of a VEGF Antagonist to Treat Angiogenic Eye Disorders) 9,315,281 (System and Methods for Use in Dispensing Biopharmaceutical Materials) 9,816,110 (CHO Integration Sites and Uses Thereof) 10,130,681 (Use of a VEGF Antagonist to Treat Angiogenic Eye Disorders) 10,415,055 (Enhanced Expression and Stability Regions) 10,464,992 (VEGF Antagonist Formulations Suitable for Intravitreal Administration) 10,669,594 (Compositions and Methods for Detecting a Biological Contaminant) 10,828,345 (Use of a VEGF Antagonist to Treat Angiogenic Eye Disorders) 10,888,601 (Use of a VEGF Antagonist to Treat Angiogenic Eye Disorders) 10,905,786 (Sterilisation Method) 10,918,754 (Sterilisation Method) 11,066,458 (VEGF Antagonist Formulations Suitable for Intravitreal Administration) 11,084,865 (VEGF Antagonist Formulations Suitable for Intravitreal Administration) 11,104,715 (Methods for Producing Aflibercept in Chemically Defined Media Having Reduced Aflibercept Variants) 11,160,918 (Medical Device Packaging and Related Methods) 11,253,572 (Use of a VEGF Antagonist to Treat Angiogenic Eye Disorders) 11,306,135 (Anti-VEGF Protein Compositions and Methods for Producing the Same) 11,472,861 (Methods for Producing Aflibercept in Chemically Defined Media Having Reduced Aflibercept Variants) 11,505,593 (Anti-VEGF Protein Compositions and Methods for Producing the Same) 11,535,663 (Methods for Producing Aflibercept in Chemically Defined Media Having Reduced Aflibercept Variants) 11,542,317 (Anti-VEGF Protein Compositions and Methods for Producing the Same) 11,548,932 (Anti-VEGF Protein Compositions and Methods for Producing the Same) 11,555,176 (Cell Culture Medium for Eukaryotic Cells) 11,559,564 (Use of a VEGF Antagonist to Treat Angiogenic Eye Disorders) 11,680,930 (Methods and Systems for Chromatography Data Analysis) 11,707,506 (Use of a VEGF Antagonist to Treat Angiogenic Eye Disorders) 11,753,459 (Anti-VEGF Protein Compositions and Methods for Producing the Same) 11,769,597 (Methods of Associating Genetic Variants with a Clinical Outcome in Patients Suffering from Age-Related Macular Degeneration Treated with Anti-VEGF) 11,788,102 (CHO Integration Sites and Uses Thereof) 11,793,926 (Medical Device Packaging and Related Methods)

Plaintiffs
Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, Inc.

Defendants
Amgen, Inc.

Status
Case Ongoing

BPCIA
Y

Methodology

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