Crossing The Content Chasm: Still a Hot Topic at Protein Array Conference | GenomeWeb

Protein array enthusiasts and skeptics gathered for a conference in San Diego this week to hear a variety of speakers — mostly from small start-up companies with still nascent technologies — attempt to convince them that protein arrays will soon deliver on their long-awaited promise. Several participants at this event, part of the third annual Peptalk Protein Information week sponsored by Cambridge Healthtech Institute, complained that there was too much talk of how to make an array and not enough talk of practical applications where arrays were really working.

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