European Union Trademark No. 000961516 (Word) Trademark register: EUIPO Status: application withdrawn

 
Word mark

NEUROPATCH
The European Union Trademark for NEUROPATCH (Word) was filed on 01.10.1998 for goods and services in class(es) 1, 9 and 42 at the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO). The current status of the trademark No. 000961516 NEUROPATCH is 'application withdrawn'.


 
Trademark information
NameNEUROPATCH
TypeWord
RegisterEuropean Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO)
 
Filing date01.10.1998
 
Nice classes1, 9 and 42
OwnerNeuroSearch A/S
 2750 Ballerup, DK
 
RepresentativeNEUROSEARCH A/S.
 2750 Ballerup, DK
 
Goods and Services (the trademark is registered for the following goods and services)
Class 1 : Chemicals used in industry and science; chemicals used in agriculture, horticulture, forestry or fishing.
Class 9 : Scientific or optical apparatus and instruments; weighing, measuring, signalling or checking (supervision) apparatus and instruments; apparatus for recording, transmission or reproduction of electronic data, including sound, images or data obtained from electrophysiological measurements ; apparatus and instruments for chemical or biochemical analysis; apparatus and instruments for electrophysiological analysis; apparatus and instruments for automatic or semi-automatic analysis of chemical or biochemical processes in cell membranes; apparatus and instruments for automatic or semi-automatic analysis of electrophysiological processes in cell membranes. apparatus and instruments for conducting automatic or semi-automatic electrophysiological "patch clamp" studies.... More
Class 42 : Scientific and industrial research; medicinal care; pharmaceutical research; neuro-pharmaceutical research; research into the treatment of illnesses affecting the central nervous system; chemical or biochemical research; electrophysiological research.
 
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