Definition of Pooled Compounds


Pooled Compounds means (i) the four Long-Acting Beta-2 Adrenoceptor Agonists provided by GSK as of the Effective Date (identified as [*]), (ii) the two Long-Acting Beta-2 Adrenoceptor Agonists provided by Theravance as of the Effective Date (identified as TD-3327 and AMI-15471), (iii) the Theravance New Compounds provided by Theravance pursuant to Section 4.1, and any Replacement Compounds provided by Theravance or GSK.
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Examples of Pooled Compounds in a sentence

Under the direction of the Joint Project Committee, specific Pooled Compounds will be identified from time to time and, as applicable, selected for Development as a Collaboration Product.
Any time following the third anniversary of the Effective Date, either Party may terminate this Agreement, subject to Section 14.10, upon the provision of ninety (90) days written notice if Development of all Collaboration Products and all Pooled Compounds have been discontinued for Technical Failure and/or Commercial Failure.
The Joint Project Committee will determine the number and extent of Development of the Pooled Compounds and the criteria to be used for selecting among the eight Pooled Compounds and, subject to the other terms of this Agreement, will endeavor to move [*] forward in Development.
The Joint Project Committee will determine the number and extent of Development of the Pooled Compounds and the criteria to be used for selecting among the eight Pooled Compounds and, subject to the other terms of this Agreement, will endeavor to move one or more such Collaboration Products forward in Development.
If within two years after the Effective Date, the Development of Collaboration Products containing any two of the Pooled Compounds contributed by a Party is discontinued due to Technical Failure, it will be the option of the Party who contributed the discontinued compounds to discover and offer up to the collaboration two Replacement Compounds as replacements for the discontinued compounds within twelve months following the discontinuation of the second failed compound.