By Adam Bonislawski

Proteomics in 2011 continued its long, hard slog toward the clinic, battling now-familiar challenges like sluggish test sales, unproven platforms, and the vagaries of the regulatory process.

But while clinical proteomics efforts in the past have often been pushed by smallish start-ups, 2011 saw investments in the space from heavy-hitters including Agilent, Myriad Genetics, and Thermo Fisher Scientific.

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