While Protein Chips Not Quite Ready to Roll, Innovators Still Attracted to the Marketplace | GenomeWeb

Opening the proteomics arrays session at the Lab Automation conference in Palm Springs, Calif., this week, session chair Douglas Gurevitch of UC San Diego warned presenters not to lean on the podiums — “they’re on wheels.”

He might have added that the warning does not apply to protein arrays themselves: the technology is not yet rolling into full-scale commercial use despite years of promise as tomorrow’s DNA array.

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