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TECHNOLOGIES. The collaboration will leverage Cytokinetics' proprietary platform, Cytometrix(TM) cellular phenotyping technologies, which are routinely utilized in Cytokinetics' screening processes to analyze both on-target and off-target effects of candidate compounds. Cytometrix(TM) cellular phenotyping technologies utilize cell-based assays to create digital phenotypic profiles ("fingerprints") representative of diverse molecular mechanisms of drug action. Cytometrix(TM) fingerprints detail information on the potency and specificity of a compound or drug-related toxicities. Cytokinetics presently employs Cytometrix(TM) cellular phenotyping technologies to eliminate compounds of mixed mechanism, allowing the company to focus its medicinal chemistry and pharmacology resources more selectively on higher quality chemical series. This collaboration with AstraZeneca is designed to develop a new Cytometrix(TM) technologies application called the Cytometrix(TM) Hepatotoxicity Module for the in vitro prediction of hepatotoxicities downstream of screening. - more - ABOUT CYTOKINETICS Founded in 1998 and privately held, Cytokinetics is dedicated to the discovery, development and commercialization of a novel class of therapeutics resulting from its leadership position in the emerging field of cytoskeletal pharmacology. The cytoskeleton is a complex, dynamic framework that impacts all aspects of cell function including cell division, cell motility, intracellular transport, muscle contractility and regulation of cellular organization. Cytokinetics' R&D efforts aim to address pharmaceutical needs in cancer, cardiovascular and infectious diseases and feature proprietary Cytometrix(TM) cellular phenotyping technologies designed to industrialize cell biology for increased speed and productivity in drug discovery and development. Cytokinetics and GlaxoSmithKline have entered into a broad strategic collaboration to discover, develop and commercialize novel small molecule therapeutics targeting mitotic kinesins for applications in the treatment of cancer and other diseases. Cytokinetics and GlaxoSmithKline are conducting Phase I studies with the first novel anti-cancer drug candidate emerging from the collaboration and intend to expand clinical development upon completion of these studies. Additional information about Cytokinetics can be obtained at ABOUT ASTRAZENECA AstraZeneca is a major inxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxre business engaged in the research, development, manuf...
TECHNOLOGIES. Flagship has also adopted a series of cutting edge technologies that enable us to continually monitor the quality of service we’re providing: • Biometric time keeping systemsRestroom FOB tracking systemProprietary Inspection SystemWork Order and Periodic Work Order Systems.
TECHNOLOGIES. Annex 8(a) hereto correctly describes technologies used in the Business included in the Contributed Assets (the "TECHNOLOGIES"), which AL1 owns or has licenses to.
TECHNOLOGIES. Subject to the terms and conditions of this Agreement, at the Closing, Seller will sell, convey and transfer to Buyer, and Buyer will purchase from Seller, the following Technologies (the "Technologies"): All of Seller's right, title and interest to the Mariah Internet Protocol Telecomputing Project, the MindWalker Series, the Crayon Crawler Browser, the Spirit 32 Voice Mailer and all of the tradenames and copyrights associated with the names "Crayon Crawler," "Mindwalker" and "Mariah." Buyer takes said Technologies "as is" without warranty of any kind either expressed or implied.
TECHNOLOGIES. Only solar electric photovoltaic (PV) facilities qualify as Eligible Facilities. The Seller is responsible for registering and maintaining their Facility as RPS compliant with the California Energy Commission (CEC). Refer to the CEC RPS Eligibility Guidebook1 for the latest certification requirements. QUALIFIED FACILITY COMPONENTS Only photovoltaic modules that are certified by a nationally recognized testing laboratory are eligible.2 All photovoltaic modules must be certified as meeting the requirements of the Underwriters Laboratory Standard (UL) 1703. For custom photovoltaic modules not certified by UL 1703, parties may seek certification by the Los Angeles Department of Building and Safety Materials Test Lab (xxxx:// Facilities will not be approved by LADWP inspectors until proof of certification is received by LADWP. All inverters must be certified by a nationally recognized testing laboratory for safe operation and must be certified as meeting the requirements of UL 1741. LADWP reserves the right to adopt additional codes, standards, and conditions, prior to execution, at its sole discretion. 1 The CEC RPS Eligibility Guidebook can be found at: xxxx:// 2 The CEC maintains a list of certified modules that can be obtained from the CEC website at: xxxx:// PARCEL LIMITATIONS The renewable generator(s) that constitutes the Facility shall be within the boundaries of one legal parcel, identified by Appendix D by Assessors Parcel Number (APN).
TECHNOLOGIES. 2.1.1 General Packet Radio Service (“GPRS”) GPRS is a specification for data transfer on TDMA and GSM networks with speeds of up to one hundred seven (107) Kbps. GPRS has wireless data coverage in most major metropolitan areas.
TECHNOLOGIES. All such inventions and copyrightable works that Consultant is obligated to disclose shall be and remain entirely the property of Company or its nominees, successors, or assigns. It is agreed that all copyrightable works and inventions are works made for hire and shall be the exclusive property of Company. Further, Consultant agrees to assign and hereby assigns to Company any rights he may have in such works. Such assignment includes any rights in the inventions and copyrightable works described in this Paragraph A that may have accrued to Consultant since October 1, 2003.
TECHNOLOGIES. (a) Phoenix shall supervise CLL employees who are technologists, marketing, or administrative personnel to ensure the ongoing provision of Vascular Laboratory Services, marketing services, and administrative services to CLL and CLL customers. Should CLL or its customers require services (whether clinical, marketing, or administrative or otherwise) beyond those services which are able to be provided by CLL employees, for reasons of volume, scheduling, vacations, on-call coverage, illness, training, or otherwise, then Phoenix shall use its best judgment and efforts to supply such additional services through Phoenix employees or through third-party contractors. Such additional services shall be paid by CLL at a cost equal to Phoenix's actual out-of-pocket expense associated with the Phoenix employee or third-party contractor. Phoenix warrants and represents that all clinical services will be performed by appropriately credentialed employees and third-part contractors. In the case of vascular technologists, all personnel will be either Registered Vascular Technologists or Registry eligible. In the case of echocardiographic technologists, all personnel shall be RDMS qualified in echocardiography. Phoenix shall ensure that all CLL clinical personnel are properly trained to meet all clinical requirements set forth by insurance carriers, Medicare, or third parties such as hospitals. In the event of a conflict between the selection of a Phoenix employee or a CLL employee to perform clinical services at a CLL Vascular Laboratory, Phoenix shall exercise the utmost in professional and commercial judgment to insure that CLL's interests are adequately represented at all times. Phoenix shall make ongoing staffing recommendations to CLL to ensure that CLL has adequate staff to deliver the Vascular Laboratory Services and other services to CLL customers. CLL, in its sole discretion, will have the final authority to implement such staffing recommendations, or not.
TECHNOLOGIES. One of the main challenges that WP8 has been and still is facing is the shifting of needs from a development environment to a real production environment. Working within the constraints that this places on the architecture of system deployment, the solution must provide a high level of security, stability, and cost effectiveness. These requirements have therefore motivated the WP8 partners to look into solutions that enable, in a realistic way, the deployment of a neuGRID site in complex environments. An additional important technological challenge that WP8 has been facing is the use of the gLite grid technology. gLite is a grid middleware software stack from the European projectEnabling the Grid for e-sciEnces (EGEE).” As stated on the EGEE official website “gLite provides a bleeding-edge, best-of-breed framework for building grid applications tapping into the power of distributed computing and storage resources across the Internet.” gLite was conceived as a large-scale project for providing grid capabilities to sites using a large number of computers. The architecture of gLite is complex and includes services including security, user interfaces, computing and storage elements, information systems and data and workload management. For the sake of exemplifying gLite’s usage and scalability, it is currently used in production in the WLCG/EGEE infrastructure1. This infrastructure operates a grid distributed over more than 200 sites around the world, with more than 30,000 CPUs and 20 PB of data storage. These numbers can give the reader a better idea of the capabilities and sheer complexity of gLite. While a single gLite service can be deployed in a single operating system, a site containing multiple grid services cannot be deployed in a single operating system due to its complex architecture. This causes software / security dependencies problems. In neuGRID, a significant number of servers are expected to be deployed, which will provide reasonably enough resources for the end-users to execute data and processing intensive pipelines. In order to facilitate the maintenance, WP8’s intent is to virtualize all servers and use pre- configured OS images with pre-installed grid services. 1 xxxx://