proprietary drug


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Noun1.proprietary drug - a drug that has a trade name and is protected by a patent (can be produced and sold only by the company holding the patent)
drug - a substance that is used as a medicine or narcotic
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111 will also support TK.CN in implementing its proprietary drug database, prescription vetting system, and drug pricing mechanism to control costs.
The development of non-proprietary and proprietary drug names is based on regulatory requirements by several governing bodies, including the American Medical Association's USAN Council, the World Health Organization's INN Programme, the European Medicines Agency and the US Food and Drug Administration.
Rapt is a clinical-stage immunology-based biopharma company developing oral small molecule therapies using its proprietary drug discovery and development engine, which is used for developing highly selective small molecules that help to modulate critical immune responses underlying the diseases.
Global Banking News-May 10, 2019-SwRI & MBF Therapeutics sign exclusive licence for proprietary drug delivery system for animal health
The merger will allow Navaux to address market needs for early detection, screening and monitoring of cancers as well as develop proprietary drug delivery and cancer therapeutic options, according to a news release.
M2 EQUITYBITES-January 14, 2019-AmacaThera receives CAD3.25m for Phase I trial of its proprietary drug delivery technology
In addition to the financing, Deerfield and Tris plan to enter into a product development agreement to leverage Tris' proprietary drug delivery technology.
(BRTX) said it has submitted an Investigational New Drug Application (IND) to the FDA to seek clearance to begin a clinical trial using a proprietary drug to treat chronic lower back pain due to degenerative disc disease related to protruding/bulging discs.
This makes it possible to develop proprietary drug projects, but also to supply leading international pharmaceutical companies with effective tools for their drug development.
Orexo is a specialty pharma company with commercial operations in the United States and R&D in Sweden developing improved treatments using proprietary drug delivery.
While HI123456 still has to go through Phase III clinical trials, the product team must think ahead and ensure that a proprietary drug name is not only created, but approved for the product, well before the projected launch to market, which can be as little as two years away.