NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Olink Bioscience has signed up AH Diagnostics to distribute its proteomics research technology in Denmark and Norway.

Under the agreement, AH Diagnostics will distribute the Duolink proximity ligation assay technology in the two Nordic nations.

The in situ Duolink technology is used to extend the capabilities of traditional immunoflourescence and immunohistochemsitry and to include direct detection of proteins, protein interactions, and modifications.

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