Material Transfer Agreements

Material transfer agreements (MTAs) are agreements that govern the use of material which is being supplied by one party, typically the owner of the material, to another party for a particular use, for example, evaluation of the material, licensing of the material, or research. Such material may include for example, cells, cell lines, cultures, pharmaceutical compounds or compositions, transgenic animals, plasmids, bacteria, proteins, as well as other materials.

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