Freiburg Team Develops Microfluidic Platform to Apply Olink's PLA Tech to Cell Signaling Studies | GenomeWeb

A team led by researchers at the University of Freiburg has developed a microfluidic chip for applying proximity ligation assays to cell signaling studies.

The chip, detailed in a paper published last month in Molecular & Cellular Proteomics, combines a microfluidic cell-culturing platform with a chip-based PLA assay system to allow for more streamlined and highly multiplexed PLA-based cell signaling studies.

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