European Union Trademark No. 001816628 (Word) Trademark register: EUIPO Status: registered

 
Word mark

TransTissue
The European Union Trademark for TransTissue (Word) was filed on 21.08.2000 for goods and services in class(es) 5, 10, 35 and 42 at the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO). The current status of the trademark No. 001816628 TransTissue is 'registered'.


 
Trademark information
NameTransTissue
TypeWord
RegisterEuropean Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO)
 
Filing date21.08.2000
Registration date03.04.2002
Expiry date21.08.2020
 
Nice classes5, 10, 35 and 42
OwnerTransTissue Technologies GmbH
 10117 Berlin, DE
 
RepresentativeWALLINGER RICKER SCHLOTTER TOSTMANN PATENT- UND RECHTSANWÄLTE
 80331 München, DE
 
Goods and Services (the trademark is registered for the following goods and services)
Class 5 : Pharmaceutical products and health-care products; biomedical preparations, biotechnology products, genetically engineered and genetically modified biomedical products; biopsy kits.
Class 10 : Tissue engineering products; implants and transplants; modified implants and transplants; living tissue, cells and/or molecules produced in vitro for replacing and/or supporting the function of missing or injured body parts; bones, bone replacements, cartilage replacements, vessel replacements, tissue replacements, fatty tissue replacements.
Class 35 : Transmission of business know-how and processes in the field of biomedicine, biotechnology, cell technology and tissue engineering.
Class 42 : Research, development and consultancy in the field of biomedicine, biotechnology, cell culture technology and tissue engineering, for others; services in the field of tissue engineering; cell cultivation; cultivation of implants and transplants; laboratory services, in particular GMP (good manufacturing practice) laboratory and super-clean room laboratory services; cell laboratory services, in particular the production of living tissue, cells and/or molecules in vitro for replacing and/or supporting the function of missing or injured body parts; therapy; clinics; hospitals; reproduction of technological knowledge and processes in the field of biomedicine, biotechnology, cell culture technology and tissue engineering.... More
 
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