Word mark

Trademark: 'BIOCAT' 
European Molecular Biology Laboratory
European Community Trademark, no. 001947746, Word mark

 

On 6. 11. 2000 the community trademark application no. 001947746 was filed for BIOCAT (Word mark) by European Molecular Biology Laboratory before the OAMI.The goods and services in respect of which registration of the trademark was sought are in classes 9, 16 and 42. The current status of the trademark is application withdrawn.

Status is 'Application withdrawn'
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Applied6. 11. 2000
Nice classes9, 16, 42

 
 

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Owner

European Molecular Biology Laboratory
Meyerhofstr. 1 Postfach 10.2209
69012 Heidelberg
DE

 

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GB

 

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Nice classes

9  Databases in computer-readable form, and computer hardware and software related thereto; information stored in semiconductor, magnetic and optical memory, and hardware and software for enabling the input and output of that information; RAM and ROM chips, and computer readable magnetic and optical disks; all related to the storage, cataloguing and display of information concerning molecular biology and genetics.

16  Databases in directly human-readable form; information stored on paper or in printed form; manuals and other instructional printed matter relating to the use of databases and the information therein, and to the storage and retrieval of such information using corresponding computer databases; all related to the storage, cataloguing and display of information concerning molecular biology and genetics.

42  The setting up of databases in both human and computer readable form, and consultancy and advisory services relevant thereto; all related to the storage, cataloguing and display of information concerning molecular biology and genetics.

 
 
 
 

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