What our customers say about Olink
“Through the Olink inflammation panel, we gained knowledge about novel inflammatory pathways in the autoimmune neuromuscular disorder myasthenia gravis. These data bring us one step closer to finding protein biomarkers in different subgroups of this chronic disorder.”
Associate professor Anna Rostedt Punga, Department of Neuroscience, Uppsala University.
“We are impressed by the quality of data delivered by the Olink technology with very small sample sizes. The application in the field of precision medicine is extremely promising.”
Professor Mathias Uhlen, Science for Life Laboratory & Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Stockholm.
“The Olink panel provided some directions we wouldn’t have considered previously, and is a very appealing strategy for neuroscience projects hoping to identify novel CSF biomarkers”
Tom Lanz, Principal Scientist, Pfizer Neuroscience
“Proteomics underpins high-resolution analysis of complex biological systems and pathological processes. This information is increasingly applied to translational medicine to improve patient outcomes and address the economic prerogatives of health care systems. It is critical that scientists have a proteomics service that is based on reliable analytical systems, provides effective data management and delivers expert post-analysis technical support. I am happy to say that Olink Proteomics emphatically delivers all these elements”
Dr John Taylor, Centre for Oral Health Research, Newcastle University
“Olink’s immunoassay panels are very useful tools for targeting and discovering protein dynamics in our longitudinal studies, such as the integrative personal omics profile (iPOP)”
Professor Mike Snyder, Department of Genetics, Stanford University
“Olink’s 92-plex Immuno-Oncology panel offers a unique compilation of molecules that play key roles in immunotherapeutic treatments. Miniaturization of the assay to use only 1 µL of sample is a significant advantage for clinical studies with limited amounts of biospecimens”
Assistant Professor Seunghee Kim-Schulze, Hess Center for Science and Medicine, Human Immune Monitoring Core Facility (HIMC), Mount Sinai School of Medicine New York.
“Olink’s multiplex immunoassay panels are unique tools for finding new biomarkers and gaining a better understanding of the pathophysiology of diseases, which is something I apply in my own field of pain research.”
Professor Torsten Gordh, Department of Surgical Sciences, Uppsala University
“Protein signatures can improve our understanding of pathophysiology and disease progression, to better predict clinical outcomes and tailor treatments to match individual patient needs. Olink’s panels require such a small volume of material that it is now possible to analyze temporal profiles of multiple biomarkers of complex disease processes that would be very difficult to examine with other techniques.”
Professor Lars Hillered, Department of Neuroscience, Uppsala University