Biological Materials

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Biological Materials. The tangible biological materials described on Exhibit A, as well as tangible materials that may be produced through use of the original materials, including without limitation, any progeny derived from a cell line, DNA or RNA replicated from isolated DNA or RNA, recombinant proteins produced through use of isolated DNA or RNA, and substances that may be produced and/or purified from a source material included in the original materials (such as, bacterial cell products or recombinant proteins... isolated from a cell extract or supernatant by non-proprietary affinity purification methods). View More
Biological Materials. The tangible Tangible biological materials that are necessary for the effective exercise of the Patent Rights, which materials are described on Exhibit A, B, as well as tangible materials that may be are produced by or on behalf of Company, its Affiliates or Sublicensees through use of the original materials, including without limitation, including, for example, any progeny derived from a cell line, monoclonal antibodies produced by hybridoma cells, DNA or RNA replicated from isolated DNA or... RNA, recombinant proteins produced through use of isolated DNA or RNA, and substances that may be produced and/or purified from a source material included in the original materials (such as, bacterial cell products or recombinant proteins isolated from a cell extract or supernatant by non-proprietary affinity purification methods). View More
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Biological Materials. The term "Biological Materials" shall mean any Technology in the form of tangible materials together with any progeny, mutants, or derivatives thereof developed in performance of the Research Program.
Biological Materials. The term "Biological Materials" 'Biological Materials' shall mean any Technology in the form of tangible materials together with any progeny, mutants, or derivatives thereof developed in performance of the Research Program.
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Biological Materials. Any plant, seed, propagule, embryo, leaf, root and/or other plant part or tissue, and/or gene construct or fragment thereof, belonging to or produced for the Company and/or its Affiliates, including any of the foregoing produced by Employee or produced by others during Employee's employment with the Company.
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