Negotiating public-health driven licences with patent holders and sublicensing to generic manufacturers and product developers is the core work of the Medicines Patent Pool.
Below is an overview of all our licensing and sublicensing agreements. For more information, click on the product, patent holder, generic partner or product developer you are interested in.
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|LOPINAVIR, RITONAVIR (LPV/r)||78.9%|
|LOPINAVIR, RITONAVIR (LPV/r) PAEDIATRICS||98.8%|
|TENOFOVIR ALAFENAMIDE (TAF)||89.8%|
|TENOFOVIR DISOPROXIL FUMARATE (TDF)||89.8%|
|RALTEGRAVIR (RAL) PAEDIATRICS||98%|
|ABACAVIR – PAEDIATRICS (ABC)||99.3%|
|DOLUTEGRAVIR - ADULT (DTG)||90%|
|DOLUTEGRAVIR - PAEDIATRICS (DTG)||99%|
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*Effective coverage: percentage of people living with the disease in all developing countries that can benefit from the licence
The MPP signed a licence with the University of Liverpool for the university’s Solid Drug Nanoparticle technology. The MPP has also concluded a licence agreement for patents related to darunavir (DRV) with the US National Institutes of Health, but additional licences are needed to allow for generic manufacture. The MPP also worked with Janssen Pharmaceuticals and Boehringer Ingelheim to extend their non-assert policies for paediatric darunavir formulations and nevirapine, ensuring that the companies will not assert their patent rights in many more developing countries.The MPP also signed a licensing agreement with Pharco on ravidasvir.