Our patents

Hemarina was founded in 2007 with CNRS patent application WO2001/092320 (filed under number PCT/FR2001/001505). The corresponding titles were issued in 2002 for France and in 2004 for Europe, the CNRS granted Hemarina an exclusive license to operate this group of patents.
The company focuses its efforts on developing its fully patented product portfolio.
Today, its R&D developments are protected by at least 13 different patent applications, the majority of which have been granted.
Hemarina strives to maximize collaborations with its partners, who constitute an important innovation resource, while maintaining absolute respect for the rights and properties of each

Summary of patents granted:

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Country

Use of a high molecular weight extracellular hemoglobin as a blood substitute.

WO2001/092320

Europe
Japan

Method for the dissociation of the extracellular haemoglobin molecule of Arenicola marina, characterization of the protein chains constituting said molecule and the nucleotide sequences encoding said protein chains.

WO2005/037392

Europe
USA
Canada

Use of haemoglobin for the preparation of dressings and resulting dressings.

WO2009/007532

Europe
USA
Canada

Use of a globin, a globin protomer or an extracellular hemoglobin for the preservation of organs, tissues, organ and tissue cells and cell cultures.

WO2009/050343

Europe
Hong-Kong
USA
Japan
Mexique
Canada

Novel Bioreactor using oxygen-carrying molecules.

WO2010/122080

Europe
USA

Novel heamoglobin and uses thereof

WO2010/128159

Europe
USA
China

Organ-preserving composition and uses

WO2013/001196

Europe
China
Mexique
Canada
USA

Use of annelid haemoglobin for maintaining stem cells in the undifferentiated state

WO2013/030496

Europe
USA
China

Annelid haemoglobin lyophilisation process.

WO2013/182806

Europe
USA
China

Use of haemoglobin of annelids for treating cancer.

WO2014/125225

Europe
USA
Japan

Lyophilisat de ver marin and its uses..

WO2014/184492

Europe
USA
China
Canada

Method for inducing sexual maturation of lugworms.

EP1679959 & US7568446

Europe
USA

Aquaculture of marine worms.

US7004109

USA