Definition of POC

  1. POC means proof of concept as referenced in Section 2.1.1(a), and as further defined in Exhibit A.
  2. POC means, with respect to an IO Discovery Program Antibody [***].
  3. POC means POC USA, LLC, a limited liability company organized and existing under the laws of the State of Delaware.

Examples of POC in a sentence

  1. MOUs can be beneficial, for instance, if one account POC as part of an aggregation refuses to accept the auction price, but the other account POCs do; the Team will liaison with suppliers regarding the change in the load for that specific RFP to determine if the supplier will hold the price.
  2. Provide the Contracting Officers Representative (COR)Point of Contact (POC) for providing and maintaining contractor personnel data for the HCMS database.
  3. At all times prior to the POC Date, Advaxis shall retain responsibility for maintaining the Safety Databases, developmental core safety information ("DCSI"), and core data sheet (if any).

Definition of POC in Collaboration Agreement

POC means proof of concept as referenced in Section 2.1.1(a), and as further defined in Exhibit A.


Definition of POC in Development Agreement

POC means pre-clinical proof-of-concept as determined by Ventrus, using criteria similarly applied to Ventrus internal programs. Specifically, (a) with respect to a bacteria, PoC shall mean in vivo survival of I anaerobe and 1 aerobe species demonstrated in an animal model agreed on by the JDC and precise release at the designated site in the bowel as mimicked in vitro in experiments agreed on by the JDC, and (b) with respect to viruses, PoC shall mean Immunogenic in vivo in an animal model to be agreed on by the JDC and precise release at the designated site in the bowel as mimicked in in vitro in experiments agreed on by the JDC.


Definition of POC in License and Collaboration Agreement

POC means POC USA, LLC, a limited liability company organized and existing under the laws of the State of Delaware.