NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - Applied Biosystems said today that it will co-develop and commercialize Olink Bioscience's proximity ligation assay technology under an exclusive license.
 
ABI said the agreement gives it the right to commercialize the PLA technology for “specific applications” in the life science research market, including biomarker validation and characterization of biological processes.
 

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