NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Japanese company Nacalai Tesque and its Nacalai USA subsidiary will distribute Olink Biosciences’ Duolink product line in Japan, Olink recently announced.
 
The Duolink product line, which is based on Olink’s in situ Proximity Ligation Assay, is used to study pathway signaling by enabling researchers to visualize, localize, and quantify protein interactions in cells and tissues, Uppsala, Sweden-based Olink said.
 

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