proprietary name


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proprietary name

n
(Commerce) a name that is a trademark
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proprietary name

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Admelog also was granted marketing authorization as a biosimilar, under the proprietary name Insulin lispro Sanofi, by the European Commission in July 2017, Sanofi added.
For the pharmaceutical industry, which is always in search of the next blockbuster drug, the proprietary name is invaluable.
As I have been unable to locate a foliar feed for lawns, I wonder if you could tell me its proprietary name.
b) prescribe the conditions on which any medicine which is identical in composition, meets the same quality standard and is intended to have the same proprietary name as that of another medicine already registered in the Republic, but which is imported by a person other than the person who is the holder of the registration certificate of the medicine already registered and which originates from any site of manufacture of the original manufacturer as approved by the council in the prescribed manner, may be imported:
It combined a polyethylene film with a specific grade of DuPont "Sontara," which Allegiance markets under the proprietary name "Optima.
Admelog was granted marketing authorisation under the proprietary name, Insulin lispro Sanofi, by the European Commission in July 2017, concluded the company.
Until then, review of a proprietary name "is limited to a tentative acceptance of that name," said the FDA.
Users can query detailed descriptions of drugs using simple text searches or can search by NADA/ANADA number, sponsor, ingredients, proprietary name, dose form, route, species, and indications by clicking on the appropriate tab on the web page.
The proprietary name INGREZZA has been conditionally accepted by the FDA, added the company.