trade name

  1. a name given to a product or service
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  • Either prepared slug bait sold under various trade names or dust containing metaldehyde is satisfactory.
  • That or bullet removal. lasix was the trade name for a drug (furosemide, an antidiuretic). The Volokh Conspiracy » James Monroe, Andrew Jackson, Theodore Roosevelt, and Ronald Reagan
  • He pointed to mugs, pens, paper hankies, the desk lamp, and calendar, all of which bore the trade names of antidepressants he had heard of.
  • In any case, what he found was that treating two different leukemia and lymphoma cell lines with ascorbate at those concentrations before treating them with chemotherapeutic agents, including mechanistically dissimilar agents such as doxorubicin, which intercalates with DNA and causes DNA breaks; methotrexate, which inhibits folate metabolism; cisplatin, which crosslinks DNA; vincristine, which interferes with microtubule function; and imatinib mesylate (better known by its trade name of Gleevec), a selective inhibitor of the activity of a protein called bcr-abl, which is the oncogene that plays a central role in the development of chronic myelogenous leukemia (CML). Adrian Monck
  • In its simplest terms, a franchise is a license from the owner of a trademark or trade name permitting another to sell a product under that name or mark.
  • It's marketed under the trade name "Tattle".
  • Appendix III provides an alphabetical listing of many medications with each generic term followed by one or more trade names.
  • Be careful as many suppliers will try and sell large brandlings as lobs, often under the trade name of ‘loblings’.
  • According to the trade name of choice, to submit application for registration.
  • It's marketed under the trade name "Tattle".
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