NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Researchers from Olink Biosciences have completed an optimization study of the company's Proseek protein assay, demonstrating the feasibility of performing the assay in a 96-plex format while achieving significant improvements in precision.

Having successfully optimized the 96-plex version of the assay, Olink is now aiming to expand to a 384-plex version, President and CEO Simon Fredriksson told ProteoMonitor this week.

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