Protein Chips, Diagnostics Score Big at Annual Chips to Hits Conference in San Diego | GenomeWeb

Microarray makers and users gathered for the four-day, all-you-can-eat Chips to Hits conference in San Diego last week.

Despite the widespread drop in air travel since September 11, this year’s annual conference proved to be the biggest so far, according to organizers. Over 1,350 attendees made their way to the event from as far away as Australia and Europe.

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