[3DEM] Protein Tomography (TM)
Pawel A Penczek
Pawel.A.Penczek at uth.tmc.edu
Sat Dec 10 10:00:03 PST 2005
That's the first time I hear of what is in essence a scientific term
being trademarked. What about a legal counteraction?
Joachim Frank wrote:
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> Sidec Technologies, a company that Ulf Skoglund has helped start in
> Sweden, has trademarked the term "Protein Tomography", according to an
> article in "Genetic and Engineering News" (Vol. 25, no 19, Nov 1,
> 2005). This is a disturbing piece of news. Will we one day not be able
> to use "electron tomography", "single-particle reconstruction", "angular
> refinenment" freely because of unreasonable claims of a startup company?
> --Joachim Frank.
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