Agilent and SomaLogic said this week that they have entered an agreement to expand access to SomaLogic's SOMAscan protein biomarker discovery platform by placing it in select academic and contract research centers.

According to SomaLogic CEO Larry Gold, the move comes in response to growing demand for the platform, which the company has been offering out of its laboratory on a fee-for-service basis. SomaLogic has run more than 40,000 samples on the platform since launching it two years ago, Gold told ProteoMonitor.

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