Many new products with proteomics applications were introduced at the Lab Automation 2004 conference held this week in San Jose, Calif. For a complete list of products, companies, and applications see the table on page 6. The following companies released new proteomics products at Lab Auto: Beckman Coulter (four new products), Caliper Life Sciences (one new product), PerkinElmer (two new products), Tecan US (two new products), and Thermo Electron (two new products).

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