GSK definition

GSK has the meaning set forth in the preamble.
GSK means the generation shift key as defined in Article 2(12) of the CACM Regulation;
GSK shall have the meaning set forth in the preamble of this Agreement.

Examples of GSK in a sentence

  • GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) Biologicals provided vaccine and support for aspects of the trial associated with regulatory submission needs of the company under a clinical trials agreement (FDA BB-IND 7920) during the four year, randomized blinded phase of our study.

  • Evidence report/technology manuscript was not prepared in collaboration with GSK Biologicals investigators, and GSK Biologicals had no role in the study design and the collection, analysis, and interpretation of data from CVT in this paper, or in the writing of the article.

  • Ondansetron is the active ingredient in Zofran®, the leading anti-emetic marketed by GSK.

  • GSK Biologicals took no part in the decision to submit an article for publication.

  • To support these countries, GSK will provide specific pricing support to transition to their respective tiers as they graduate.

More Definitions of GSK

GSK means GSK plc, a public limited company incorporated in England with number 03888792, having its registered office at 000 Xxxxx Xxxx Xxxx, Xxxxxxxxx, Xxxxxxxxx, XX0 0XX;
GSK means GSK as defined in the Agreement and its Affiliates.
GSK shall have the meaning assigned to such term in the Preamble.
GSK shall have the meaning provided in the first paragraph of this Agreement.
GSK or “Purchaser” means GlaxoSmithKline Spa.
GSK means GlaxoSmithKline Services Unlimited, but shall, where rights or benefits are granted or Services provided, also include its Affiliates.
GSK means Glaxo Group Limited, a private company limited by shares registered under the laws of England and Wales.