Though protein microarrays have arguably lagged nucleic acid arrays in terms of adoption and commercialization, technology development continues apace.

According to Peter Nilsson, protein and peptide platform array manager at Sweden's Science for Life Laboratory, or SciLifeLab, it is "no longer early days" for protein array technology, and his lab is in the process of spotting what he believes is the highest-density protein array available to date.

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