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Last December, GT’s cover story looked at why 2D gels are such a roadblock in proteomics, and what needed to be done to move the field along. A year later, 2D gel automation is still a holy grail for proteomics companies, though they may be getting closer: Millipore is collaborating with Applied Biosystems on one solution (see p. 23), NextGen Sciences recently unveiled a prototype of an automated 2D gel analysis system, and Proteome Systems introduced several new 2D gel-based tools to complement its ProteomIQ platform during the year.

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