Definitions

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  • n. Any salt or ester of edetic acid.

Etymologies

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edetic +‎ -ate

Examples

  • We unexpectedly found that edetate, which is not regarded as a broad spectrum antimicrobial agent was the only agent that would meet our requirements.

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  • Mayne appealed a judgment of literal infringement and infringement under the doctrine of equivalents, arguing that the district court erred in the construction of the term "edetate," EDTA which is a limitation in each of the asserted claims.

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  • Based on the district court’s construction of "edetate" as encompassing structural analogs of EDTA, the court found that Mayne’s generic propofol formulation infringed.

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  • The FDA said edetate disodium is approved to treat patients with high levels of calcium in the blood, while edetate calcium disodium is approved to treat lead poisoning.

    FDA Warns 2 Disodium Drugs

  • The FDA said it is currently considering whether it will allow edetate disodium to be sold in the U.S.

    FDA Warns 2 Disodium Drugs

  • The court also found that Abraxis did not clearly disavow DTPA by claiming edetate, since there was no evidence that the patentees made a "clear and unmistakable surrender" of DTPA during prosecution.

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  • This statement indicated that edetate possessed particular chemical properties that allowed it to work as an effective antimicrobial agent and that the term "derivatives" was not intended to extend broadly.

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  • Performing the function-way-result test, the court concluded that DTPA performs substantially the same function in substantially the same way to achieve the same result as edetate.

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  • The Federal Circuit focused closely on the specification, and found that the inventors' definition of edetate listed several derivatives of EDTA that are suitable for the invention, but all of the listed derivatives were salts of EDTA, but not structural analogs.

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  • Do intracellularly edetate alendronate solution with combining bupropion and lexapro sexually water, coffee, tea, or juice.

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