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SomaLogic to Conduct Aptamer Feasibility Study with Beckman Coulter

NEW YORK, July 23 - SomaLogic said today it has signed an agreement with Beckman Coulter to conduct a feasibility study on the integration of its aptamer technology with Beckman Coulter's liquid handling workstation and plate and array reader platforms.


Under the agreement, SomaLogic, of Boulder, Colo., will work with Beckman Coulter's Advanced Technology Center, which evaluates technologies as to their usefulness in future products.


"We are pleased to be working together to develop new approaches for array-based quantitative proteomics," stated Keith Warner SomaLogic's chief business officer. "We look forward to the possibility of creating next- generation products that combine our aptamers with Beckman Coulter's industry- leading fluid handling systems and innovative array technologies."

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