Ancillary Intellectual Property

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Ancillary Intellectual Property. The portion of Intellectual Property that is discovered, generated, conceived, first reduced to practice or writing, or developed (in whole or in part) by a party during performance of this Agreement, and which does not specifically claim the Protein Molecule and which is generally useful for the production, formulation, or use of protein molecules in addition to the Protein Molecules. Examples of Ancillary Intellectual Property include, but are not limited to; cell culture media improvements,... cell culture method improvements, and cell transfection improvements. View More
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