DMF

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DMF. Means a Drug Master File for Captisol, as filed as of the Effective Date, or as hereafter updated from time to time during the Term, by CyDex with the FDA.
DMF. Means a Drug Master File for Captisol, [***], as filed as of the Effective Date, or as hereafter updated from time to time during the Term, by CyDex with the FDA.
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DMF. Means the open and closed portions of the Drug Master File required to manufacture, market and sell Drug Substance in bulk form in the United States, filed with the FDA and to be maintained by Reddy with the FDA.
DMF. A Drug Master File filed with the FDA, EMA, MHLW or another foreign equivalent
DMF. Means a Drug Master File for Captisol, as filed as of the Effective Date, or as hereafter updated from time to time during the Term, by CyDex with the FDA, and equivalent filings in other jurisdictions.
DMF. Means a Drug Master File for CAPTISOL, as currently filed, or as hereafter updated from time to time, by CyDex with the FDA.
DMF. The drug master file, confidential or otherwise, covering the manufacture and analysis of an API with respect to a Product in the Territory.
DMF. Shall mean the drug master files covering the analysis and manufacturing of API, comprising any and all technical information, including analytical methods, stability and pharmaceutical data and manufacturing processes with respect to API.
DMF. A Drug Master File (or similar dossier filed with an equivalent regulatory body in another country) for CaptisolĀ®, as filed as of the Effective Date, or as hereafter updated from time to time during the Term, by CyDex with the FDA (or equivalent regulatory body in another country)
DMF. A drug master file as more fully defined in 21 C.F.R Ā§314.420 in the United States, or similar documents filed with a Regulatory Authority in another jurisdiction.
DMF. Shall mean Drug Master File
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