Research Field definition

Research Field means any use in the field of scientific or commercial research, excepting any use that Involves treating humans in any way whatsoever for any condition or any use that involves diagnosis of, testing for, or detection of, a disease condition, or the predisposition or susceptibility thereto, or the clinical progress thereof.
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Research Field means Licensee’s internal research and pre-clinical development for the treatment or prevention of any of the Disease Indications in humans by in vivo gene therapy using AAV Materials. Notwithstanding the foregoing, “Research Field” specifically excludes the use of AAVrh10 for the treatment or prevention of Friedreich’s Ataxia (Systemic). Furthermore, “Research Field” specifically excludes (without limitation) (a) all human clinical trial use, diagnostic use, therapeutic use, and prophylactic use, and (b) any commercial uses.
Research Field means the use of Licensed Research Products to conduct pre-clinical and IND enabling studies in vitro and in vivo in mammals, other than humans, to target and treat triple negative breast cancer or multiple myeloma/secondary osteoporosis.

Examples of Research Field in a sentence

Clemens Wurm, “Early European Integration as a Research Field: Perspectives, Debates, Problems,” in: Clemens Wurm (ed.), Western Europe and Germany.

A Research Field Until quite recently, there were few scholarly works about Spanish American and Filipina female religious institutions, nuns and other contemplative women.

Documents of Light: Three Case Studies and a Preliminary Model for Orga- nizing Light Knowledge (presented at Tromsö University, Norway in 2002, and published in A Document (Re)turn: Contributions from a Research Field in Transition in 2007).

Facilitating Academic Departments to provide for Extension work through Offerings, Projects, Research, Field Activities etc.

Simulation Modelling in Ports and Container Terminals: Literature Overview and Analysis by Research Field, Application Area, and Tool.


More Definitions of Research Field

Research Field means, unless otherwise agreed between the Parties, the field in which research on Hutchison Compounds (excluding HMPL-004) will be conducted as determined by the Parties, including (without limitation) the treatment, prevention or diagnosis of gastrointestinal diseases, disorders or conditions in humans and, subject to the terms of this Agreement, if agreed by the Parties, brain health and metabolic health.
Research Field means the internal use by an end user of a product solely in applications of the end user (or in applications of the end user's customer, if the end user is performing contract research) in scientific research and development which, by way of example but not by way of limitation, expressly excludes:
Research Field means the use of materials derived from XenoMouse Animals that are immunized with Research Antigens solely for the creation, identification, analysis, research, characterization and preclinical development of potential Products for use in the Commercial Field.
Research Field means Licensee’s internal research and pre-clinical development for the treatment of either Disease Indication in humans by in vivo gene therapy using AAV Materials (excluding AAVrh10 for Friedreich’s Ataxia (Systemic)). “Research Field” specifically excludes (without limitation) (a) all human clinical trial use, diagnostic use, therapeutic use, and prophylactic use, and (b) any commercial uses.
Research Field means the immunization of XenoMouse Animals with the Product Antigen and the use of XenoMouse Animals that are so immunized and materials generated in whole or part from XenoMouse Animals that are so immunized, in each case solely for the creation, identification, analysis, manufacture, research, and development of Products in the Field. For purposes of clarification, the Research Field shall not include, among other things: (i) the creation, breeding or development of mice or any transgenic animals, (ii) use in humans of materials derived in whole or part from the XenoMouse Animals, (iii) use of XenoMouse Animals or materials derived in whole or part from XenoMouse Animals (including without limitation Products) for any purpose other than the creation, identification, analysis, manufacture, testing, research and development of Products for human medical uses, or (iv) the transfer, sale, lease, offer for sale or lease, or other transfer of title to XenoMouse Animals or any materials derived in whole or part from the XenoMouse Animals. For purposes of further clarification, it is understood that "immunization" of XenoMouse Animals with the Product Antigen includes the immunization of XenoMouse Animals with any formulation or construction of the Product Antigen, regardless of the three dimensional configuration of the Product Antigen, including, but not limited to, cell lines expressing the Product Antigen on their cell surface and chimeric molecules containing the Product Antigen; provided, however, that any research, development or use of Antibodies that do not bind to the Product Antigen (other than to determine whether they bind to the Product Antigen) shall be outside of the scope of the licenses granted hereunder or under the [*] Product Licenses.
Research Field means the research and preclinical development of products and services for use in the diagnosis, prevention or treatment of any disease, state or condition in humans (excluding the sale or provision of, to any third parties, products and services that incorporate, contain or use zinc finger DNA recognition proteins, genes that encode such proteins, or fragments or derivatives of such proteins or genes).
Research Field means Licensee’s internal research and pre-clinical development of AAV9 agents that deliver any DNA, RNA, or other sequence or reagent, other than those expressing Domain Antibodies, for the prevention or treatment of diseases in humans. “Research Field” specifically excludes (without limitation) (i) all human clinical trial use, diagnostic use, therapeutic use, and prophylactic use, (ii) any commercial uses, and (iii) any use in the fields described in Section 2.2.1, 2.2.3, or 2.2.4.