- a pertaining to biology or to life and living things
- That makes them part of a tragic generation of American youngsters -- a generation unfairly branded by some as "children of the damned" or a "biologic underclass.
- In the remote fastnesses of Tennessee, where a high-school professor is arraigned under that state's new anti-evolution law for having "taught evolution" from a biologic.
- Author Dorsey has an almost biologic feeling for the violence of growththe uptilting of mountains, the plunge of rivers, the tidal surge of young and healthy nations.
- Sherrod Brown in MedPage Today
The pharmaceutical industry, especially the biologic industry, has an awful lot of power in the halls of Congress,Brown told reporters during a Tuesday press call.
- Dick Harris in Ridgefield Press
We've asked over and over for a study of the river's carrying capacity and its ability to maintain biologic integrity,said Mr. Harris, whose group conducts water quality testing for the DEP.
- St Jerome in PharmaLive.com (press release)
We are very encouraged by the promising results that we have seen through the ustekinumab clinical development program evaluating the efficacy and safety of this novel biologic in the treatment of moderate to severe plaque psoriasis,said...