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February 02, 2021
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Olink

Accelerating Proteomics with Proximity Extension Assay

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The short video provides an overview of the Proximity Extension Assay technology that lies behind the Olink Explore 1536 proteomics platform, which includes next-generation sequencing readout for human protein biomarker research.

The animation explains how Olink's innovative dual recognition, DNA-coupled methodology provides exceptional readout specificity, enabling high multiplex, rapid throughput biomarker analysis without compromising data quality.

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