Olink and Fluidigm Team up to Offer High Throughput, Highly Multiplexed Protein Assays | GenomeWeb

Olink Bioscience and Fluidigm said this week that they have entered a co-marketing deal to offer Olink's Proseek Multiplex protein assays on Fluidigm's BioMark HD real-time PCR platform.

The combination of the two technologies will allow researchers to measure in a single run the levels of up to 92 proteins in as many as 96 samples, the companies said. The deal represents Fluidigm's first foray into the proteomics space while potentially providing Olink a channel to market its protein assays to nucleic acid researchers.

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