European Union Trademark No. 001540756 (Word) Trademark register: EUIPO Status: registration expired

 
Word mark

MiniLab H. pylori Cnx
The European Union Trademark for MiniLab H. pylori Cnx (Word) was filed on 06.03.2000 for goods and services in class(es) 5, 9, 10 and 42 at the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO). The current status of the trademark No. 001540756 MiniLab H. pylori Cnx is 'registration expired'.


 
Trademark information
NameMiniLab H. pylori Cnx
TypeWord
RegisterEuropean Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO)
 
Filing date06.03.2000
Registration date05.02.2002
Expiry date06.03.2010
 
Nice classes5, 9, 10 and 42
OwnerDako Denmark A/S
 2600 Glostrup, DK
 
RepresentativeREPR. TO BE DEFINED LATER
  TO BE DEFINED,
 
Goods and Services (the trademark is registered for the following goods and services)
Class 5 : Test kits for analysing human and animal samples, in particular blood, urine, stools and other bodily fluids, comprising reaction vessels, in particular coated reaction vessels, in particular microtitre plates or reaction tubes, reagents, reagent mixtures, substrates, buffer substances, in particular solutions for carrying out analyses, in particular buffer solutions, checking solutions, substrate solutions, stopping reagents; test strips and testing devices containing solutions for carrying out analytical reactions; equipment for the collection of samples for scientific purposes; diagnostics for medical and veterinary purposes; chemical, biochemical and biological products for conducting analytical tests, namely for medical diagnosis of bodily excretions;... More
Class 9 : Electric analysis equipment
Class 10 : Optical analysis equipment; equipment and test components for the analytical examination of human and animal samples, in particular blood, urine, stools and other bodily fluids.
Class 42 : Conducting of diagnostic procedures.
 
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