Beckman Coulter threw its protein chips on the table this week, launching a new microtiter plate-based protein array platform at PittCon in Orlando, Fla.

With this product debut, the Fullerton, Calif., laboratory instrumentation player has become one of a small but growing number of companies to actually launch commercial products to this emerging market, which was, until this year, filled mostly with vaporware and alpha tests.

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