Definition of Pre-clinical Research


Pre-clinical Research means (i) research preparatory to the filing of an IND to conduct clinical studies including studies on the toxicological, pharmacological, metabolic or clinical aspects of the Product and testing in-vivo in animal models in relation to a New Indication, a line extension of an existing approved indication, or a Global Study or a Territory-specific study; and (ii) research conducted in relation to a clinical study under this Agreement. Pre-clinical Research excludes Basic Research.
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Examples of Pre-clinical Research in a sentence

PRE-EXISTING AGREEMENTS BCH-4556: Preclinical Research Services Agreement between BioChem Therapeutic Inc.
The cost of any Permitted Pre-clinical Research by either Party shall not be a Development Cost.
Additionally, Employee agrees to provide Employer regular verbal (and at such other times as Employer may reasonably request, written) reports containing the data and results of his efforts and the efforts of all others working under Employees supervisions or control in Preclinical Research and Development.
Each Party shall be free to conduct Permitted Pre-clinical Research, provided that it gives reasonable detailed advance written notice of such Permitted Pre-clinical Research in the Field to the other Party.
On the Effective Date, the Employee will commence employment with the Company in the position of Vice President, Preclinical Research & Development in the Research & Development group on the terms and conditions set out in this Agreement.