Biological Materials definition

Biological Materials means certain tangible biological materials that are necessary for the effective exercise of the Patent Rights, which materials are described on Exhibit A, as well as tangible materials that are routinely produced through use of the original materials, including, for example, any progeny derived from a cell line, monoclonal antibodies produced by hybridoma cells, DNA or RNA replicated from isolated DNA or RNA, recombinant proteins produced through use of isolated DNA or RNA, and substances routinely purified from a source material included in the original materials (such as recombinant proteins isolated from a cell extract or supernatant by non-proprietary affinity purification methods). These Biological Materials shall be listed on Exhibit A, which will be periodically amended to include any additional Biological Materials that Medical School may furnish to Company.
Biological Materials. As used herein, “Biological Materials.” shall mean any plant, seed, propagule, embryo, leaf, and/or other plant part or tissue, and/or gene construct or fragment thereof, belonging to the Company, including any of the foregoing produced by Executive or produced by others during Executive’s employment with the Company.

Examples of Biological Materials in a sentence

  • Biological Materials must be appropriately packed and moved by the laboratory personnel within the campus or by an EHS approved vendor if it is leaving campus.

  • Requirements of Application relating to Biological Materials and Microorganisms before Allowance.


More Definitions of Biological Materials

Biological Materials means any ATCC Material, any Progeny, any Unmodified Derivatives and any of the foregoing materials contained or incorporated in Modifications.
Biological Materials means any Technology in the form of tangible materials together with any progeny, mutants, or derivatives thereof developed in performance of the Research Program.
Biological Materials means the tangible biological materials described on Exhibit A, as well as tangible materials that are routinely produced through use of the original materials, including, for example, any progeny derived from a cell line, monoclonal antibodies produced by hybridoma cells, polyclonal antibodies generated from pooled monoclonal antibodies, DNA or RNA replicated from isolated DNA or RNA, recombinant proteins produced through use of isolated DNA or RNA, and substances routinely purified from a source material included in the original materials (such as, recombinant proteins isolated from a cell extract or supernatant by non-proprietary affinity purification methods).
Biological Materials means (i) the ecotropic producer cell line named [ * ] which producer cell line was deposited with the American Type Culture Collection as of [ * ] and has been assigned Accession No. [ * ] and any viruses produced thereby; (ii) __________________________________________________ Biological Materials shall also include any direct progeny, mutant, or derivatives of the [ * ] _____________________________________________ cell lines and the viruses produced thereby.
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Biological Materials means (i) classical or genetically modified strains, micro or other organisms, genes, proteins, peptides, sugars, metabolites, small molecules, enzymes or DNA, vectors, plasmids, promoters, expression cassettes or other genomic tools and assay materials which are being worked with or on by the Company, its Subsidiaries or any of their Affiliates or which are being worked with or on the Company's, its Subsidiaries' or any of their Affiliates' behalf by the Company's, its Subsidiaries' or any of their Affiliates' advisors, research and business collaborators, and (ii) "Biological Materials" and fermentation or other manufacturing processes being utilized by the Company, its Subsidiaries or any of their Affiliates, the Company's, its Subsidiaries' or any of their Affiliates' research or business collaborators or the Company's, its Subsidiaries' or any of their Affiliates' third party manufactures for research, pilot scale and/or commercial manufacture of biotechnology and other products.
Biological Materials means: (a) the Original Materials, their progeny or unmodified functional subunits thereof; (b) any material which incorporates the Original Materials, their progeny or unmodified functional subunit; (c) material contained in or produced by the Original Materials, including secreted or encoded products obtained by Licensee from the Original Materials, or fragments or derivatives thereof derived by Licensee from Original Materials; or (d) any material similar to a material described in (c) above, produced by Licensee using chemical synthesis or any other method based on use of the Original Materials.