Definition of biogeneric in English:

biogeneric

Syllabification: bi·o·ge·ner·ic
Pronunciation: /ˌbīōjəˈnerik
 
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noun & adjective

another term for biosimilar. the advent of biogenerics could cause biotech companies to withhold more information about their products biogeneric versions of off-patent medicines
More example sentences
  • Rules in the U.S. are still unclear, making it difficult for companies to win approval to market biogenerics there.
  • If competing firms are permitted to manufacture them, biogeneric versions of the off-patent medicines could command $5 billion next year.
  • "I feel that a value of $1 billion is reasonable for a proven technological platform in the generics sector, especially in biogenerics, which currently very much interests the major firms."

Origin

1990s: from bio- + generic.

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