NEW YORK, March 25 - The protein chip market is "poised for enormous growth" over the next four years, a recent industry study has found.

The three-month study, called Protein Biochips: On the Threshold of Success, predicts that sales of protein chips will exceed $700 million in 2006, a 10-fold increase from the $76 million in sales the industry recorded one year ago.


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