BOULDER, Colo., March 18, 2021 — SomaLogic, Inc., a global leader in proteomics technology, announced today its intention to broaden its proteomics offerings to pharma, biotechnology and academic research customers by adding smaller protein measurement panel products to its market-leading, large-plex offering.
“We are seeing accelerating traction in the market for our ability to measure and quantify proteins that no one else can in a commercial context,” said SomaLogic Chief Executive Officer Roy Smythe, M.D. “Our customers, particularly in the academic setting, have expressed strong interest in continuing on our platform as they move to focus their work on smaller numbers of proteins of interest.”
SomaLogic has continued to advance its capabilities over the past few years, moving from an ability to measure 5,000 human proteins to 7,000 while maintaining leading technical specifications in specificity, sensitivity, dynamic range and inter-assay reproducibility.
SomaLogic’s new small-plex products will be structured not only as “panels” (pre-determined groups of proteins linked to the evaluation of diseases or conditions), but will also allow customers to choose their own combinations of interest from its total library of measured proteins – the emerging proteomic sector’s largest.
“While we believe the interest in our large-plex proteomics discovery offering and our increasing number of first-in-class proteomics tests will continue to grow, we want to respond to, and anticipate, the needs of our customers in a comprehensive manner,” said SomaLogic President and Chief Operations Officer Melody Harris, “we are excited about developing our new small-plex product, as well as several other offerings we currently have in our pipeline that leverage both our unique technology and deep subject matter experience, to provide a comprehensive proteomic solution to our growing customer base.”
SomaLogic has also continued to leverage their vast, proprietary clinical proteomics database, with over one billion protein measurements, to advance the development and launch of new clinical applications and foresees the small-plex panel products as offering significant clinical utility.