to franklin (verb, colloquial)
To take credit for the work of a female colleague without acknowledgement (or with only partial acknowledgement, as an 'assistant'), partly or primarily because of her gender.
From Rosalind Franklin, whose discovery of DNA was taken and published without acknowledgement by colleagues Francis Crick and James Watson. It is still common to read about the discovery of DNA and see only the men's names without any reference to Franklin; or to see her acknowledged as an 'assistant' to the other two.
Found by me most recently in Olmec Obituary by L.J.M. Owen.