Olink FAQs

  • What is a Work Order and how do I fill it in?
  • How should total protein concentration in cell and tissue lysates be determined?
  • How long can kits be stored?
  • What does it mean if samples are flagged during QC?
    • A sample will flag (not pass the quality control) if Incubation Control 2 or Detection Control (corresponding to that specific sample) deviates more than a pre-determined value (+/- 0.3) from the median value of all samples.

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  • What is included in Proseek Multiplex Analysis Service?
    • Proseek Multiplex Analysis Service includes expert help with study design, assay preparation, sample analysis, data processing, initial statistical analyses, and a comprehensive report including quality control of generated data.

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  • How are Proseek Multiplex assays validated?
    • Each assay is validated according to standard procedures developed at Olink. Key parameters such as sensitivity, dynamic range, repeatability, reproducibility, cross-reactivity and matrix effects are evaluated.

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  • What throughput is offered by Proseek Multiplex analysis?
    • With a capacity of ten runs/week (with one Fludigm Biomark system) Proseek Multiplex can process over 900 samples and create more then 90 000 data points per week.

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  • What do LLOQ and ULOQ mean?
    • The analytical measuring range is defined by the lower limit of quantification (LLOQ) and upper limit of quantification (ULOQ).

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  • Where can I find information about published papers using Proseek Multiplex?
    • Please see the publications list on our website.

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  • How is the data pre-processed?
    • Pre-processing of Proseek Multiplex data is obtained by using a Wizard we have generated, together with the statistical software GenEx or by downloading ...

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