NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Olink Bioscience said today that it has acquired a family of patents from the Danish firm In Situ RCP that it plans to use in its nucleic acid amplification and protein analysis applications.

The Uppsala, Sweden-based company said the three patents are related to target primed rolling circle amplification and amplifying circular molecules.

Olink's product line is based on its proximity ligation assay technology, which uses dual recognition of analytes and a DNA amplification reporter system.

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