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Regen BioPharma Inc (OTCMKTS: RGBP) Breaking Out as Biotech Files Patent on Dendritic Cell Technologies to Augment Efficacy of Survivin mRNA Cancer Immunotherapeutic Vaccine

Regen BioPharma Inc (OTCMKTS: RGBP) is making a powerful reversal rocketing back into penny land on Friday up 46% on $1.6 million in dollar volume. RGBP has a massive following of shareholders, many of them international that are jumping on board and accumulating heavily now that RGBP has reversed. Several weeks ago, the Company announced the filing with the United States Patent and Trademark Office of a provisional patent application covering utilization of dendritic cell technologies to augment efficacy of its patented survivin mRNA cancer immunotherapeutic vaccine.  RGBP CEO Dr. David Koos stated: “We are proud of our collaborators and colleagues who have worked on our first issued survivin patent, which was filed in 2015, before the world realized the potency of modified-mRNA technology that was first successfully commercialized with the COVID-19 vaccines by Moderna and Pfizer. The currently filed application discloses means of significantly increasing efficacy by combining modified-mRNA with unique cellular immunotherapy as well as adjuvant approaches.  We chose this strategy to maximally protect our intellectual property around this potentially very valuable mRNA cancer immunotherapy vaccine.”  

Microcapdaily has been reporting on RGBP since early last year. The last time we covered the Company we stated among other things: “RGBP is one of the most followed stocks in small caps with a huge investors base and it has a long history of big moves skyrocketing to 8 cents plus twice over the past 12 months. There are also plenty of buyout rumors on RGBP; notably in the July PR Dr. koos stated: “We are proud of our collaborators and colleagues who have worked on our first issued survivin patent, which was filed in 2015, before the world realized the potency of modified-mRNA technology that was first successfully commercialized with the COVID-19 vaccines by Moderna and Pfizer. Rumors are circulating that Dr. Koos has offers for either a B/O or potential joint ventures, licensing, partnerships, or a merger. He wants to get the best offer out there. Regen owns a valuable intellectual property portfolio including 8 issued patents and 13 published patent applications, these patents address enormous billion-dollar markets. RGBP has not seen the kind of volume and interest it showed on Friday in a long time and looks to be preparing to embark on something substantial here.  

Regen BioPharma, Inc. - HomeRegen BioPharma Inc (OTCMKTS: RGBP) is focused on the immunology and immunotherapy space. The Company is focused on rapidly advancing novel technologies through pre-clinical and Phase I/ II clinical trials. Currently, the Company is focused on mRNA and small molecule therapies for treating cancer and autoimmune disorders.  

Regen owns a valuable intelectuable property portfolio including 8 issued patents and 13 published patent applications. Zander Therapeutics, Inc. (a company under common control) has been granted an exclusive license to develop and commercialize IP controlled by the Company for non-human veterinary therapeutic use. Regen has granted an exclusive license to Oncology Pharma, Inc. to develop and commercialize “Antigen specific mRNA cellular cancer vaccines” for the treatment of pancreatic cancer and KCL Therapeutics, Inc. has granted an exclusive license to Oncology Pharma, Inc. to develop and commercialize certain intellectual property for the treatment of colon cancer. 

The Company is led by CEO David Koos who has over 30 years of investment banking and venture capital experience.  He has a deep knowledge of startup businesses, public markers and SEC reporting companies.  Dr. Koos has extensive relationships with large and small financial institutions, hedge funds and entities that Regen BioPharma expects to leverage for company growth. Dr. Koos has a Ph.D. in Sociology and a Doctor of Business Administration with an emphasis in finance.  Additionally, he has authored / co-authored numerous peer reviewed journal articles. Dr. Koos worked hard to get the filings up to date and get the Company compliant which has recently been completed with RGBP now “pink current”  

Earlier this year RGBP announced a program to accelerate the clinical development of its NR2F6 therapies. The Company intends to combine modified mRNA technology with Regen’s existing siRNA (small interfering RNA) intellectual property targeting the NR2F6 nuclear receptor which has been identified as a potentially very important immune cell inhibitor (an immune checkpoint) and cancer stem cell differentiator. mRNA is a single-stranded molecule that carries genetic code from DNA in a cell’s nucleus to ribosomes (the cell’s protein-making machinery).    

Regen has filed an Investigational New Drug Application (IND#16928) for their drug termed tCellVax   with the U.S. FDA. tCellVax is intended to utilize siRNA to silence NR2F6 activity in human immune cells thereby activating these immune cells in such a way that they can attack cancer cells. The Company believes that adding new intellectual property utilizing modified mRNA will profoundly simplify the drug development process and thus speed development. Dyo Biotechnologies has been contracted to assist Regen with the development of the above-mentioned technology. 

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On July 26 RGBP announced the filing with the United States Patent and Trademark Office of a provisional patent application covering utilization of dendritic cell technologies to augment efficacy of its patented survivin mRNA cancer immunotherapeutic vaccine.  

In 2021 the Company was granted US patent # 11,090,332 on composition of matter of survivin modified-mRNA useful for teaching the immune system to kill cancer. In the current patent, specific types of dendritic cells, means of generating specialized dendritic cells, and the planned formulation that will enter clinical trials have been granted patent protection. 

Immunotherapy of cancer represents a very large market which is currently being led by the class of drugs called “checkpoint inhibitors” and “CAR-T” cells.  To date there is no mRNA immunotherapy available for treating cancer. This patent application protects the use of our patented survivin mRNA both as a stand-alone vaccine and as an immunotherapy. 

RGBP CEO Dr. David Koos stated: “We are proud of our collaborators and colleagues who have worked on our first issued survivin patent, which was filed in 2015, before the world realized the potency of modified-mRNA technology that was first successfully commercialized with the COVID-19 vaccines by Moderna and Pfizer. The currently filed application discloses means of significantly increasing efficacy by combining modified-mRNA with unique cellular immunotherapy as well as adjuvant approaches.  We chose this strategy to maximally protect our intellectual property around this potentially very valuable mRNA cancer immunotherapy vaccine.” 

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Currently trading at a $55 million market valuation RGBP has 5,024,517,324 shares outstanding and a debt load that has caused significant dilution in the past. But RGBP is an exciting story developing in small caps, at current levels the selling pressure that decimated the share price from over $0.08 to half a penny is gone and buyers have stepped in and are accumulating heavily at current levels. RGBP is no stranger to big moves and has runner in its blood skyrocketing to $0.0819 not once but twice in the past year alone. Several weeks ago, the Company announced the filing with the United States Patent and Trademark Office of a provisional patent application covering utilization of dendritic cell technologies to augment efficacy of its patented survivin mRNA cancer immunotherapeutic vaccine.  RGBP CEO Dr. David Koos stated: “We are proud of our collaborators and colleagues who have worked on our first issued survivin patent, which was filed in 2015, before the world realized the potency of modified-mRNA technology that was first successfully commercialized with the COVID-19 vaccines by Moderna and Pfizer. The currently filed application discloses means of significantly increasing efficacy by combining modified-mRNA with unique cellular immunotherapy as well as adjuvant approaches.  We chose this strategy to maximally protect our intellectual property around this potentially very valuable mRNA cancer immunotherapy vaccine.” Rumors are circulating that Dr. Koos has offers for either a B/O or potential joint ventures, licensing, partnerships, or a merger. He wants to get the best offer out there. Regen owns a valuable intellectual property portfolio including 8 issued patents and 13 published patent applications, these patents address enormous billion-dollar markets. RGBP has not seen the kind of volume and interest it showed on Friday in a long time and looks to be preparing to embark on something substantial here. We will be updating on RGBP when more details emerge so make sure you are subscribed to Microcapdaily so you know what’s going on with RGBP.

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  1. good morning, it says there is a lot of interest internationally but that is not correct, in Europe we can no longer buy RGBP from August 1, reason unknown, maybe you know why this is, greetings from Tony from the Netherlands

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