SomaLogic will provide New England Biolabs with protein-binding reagents for use in NEB's nucleic acid amplification and PCR products, under an agreement announced today by the companies.

Terms of the deal fall for Boulder, Colo.-based SomaLogic to provide specific SomaMers — protein-binding reagents based on chemically modified aptamers — to NEB, which will incorporate them into its products as reversible inhibitors of its thermally active DNA polymerases for PCR, such as its OneTaq Hot Start DNA polymerase.

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