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Noun1.stelis - any of various small tropical American orchids of the genus Stelis having long slender racemes of numerous small to minute flowers
orchid, orchidaceous plant - any of numerous plants of the orchid family usually having flowers of unusual shapes and beautiful colors
genus Stelis - genus of small caespitose orchids of tropical America
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Last November Strides Pharma Science announced a $15 million investment in Stelis Biopharma, an integrated biopharmaceuticals company with manufacturing capabilities from biologic drug substance to aseptic fill-finish in various injectable formats, located in Bangalore.
MX-JB-008-DF-8116 MX-JB-008-DF-8117 Stelis emarginata (Lindl.) y Baltazar et al., Soto Arenas & 2014 Solano MX-JB-008-DF-8118 Stelis sp.
Stelis dussii differed from our evaluation, with UICN France (2013a) rating the taxon NT, the algorithm method assessing it as Potentially Threatened, and the Red List criteria method assessing it as EN.
Bangalore, India, May 14, 2017 --( Stelis Biopharma, a fully-integrated biopharmaceutical company with capabilities in providing global contract development and manufacturing services, and Merck a premier supplier of solutions and services to the global life science industry, today announced the opening of its Joint Process Scale-Up Lab, at the Stelis Biopharma R&D facility in Bengaluru.
Polinizacion de dos especies simpatricas de Stelis (Pleurothallidinae, Orchidaceae).
Director of scientific affairs at India's Stelis Biopharma, Durgaprasad Annavajjula, explains that regulatory bodies lack a formal recognition of the term biobetter, meaning that "biobetters, for all practical purposes, are considered as new products as per current regulatory guidelines".
Biology, immature development, and adaptive behavior of Stelis montana, a cleptoparasite of Osmia (Hymenoptera: Megachilidae).