The field of protein microarrays is moving — slowly at least. Despite complaints from some experts that the same protein chip companies have been giving the same old talks at recent conferences, a number of protein array products have actually made it to market over the last year, or are close to getting there. At least one company, Protometrix, is bucking the trend in the industry toward capture arrays and is set to begin manufacturing a yeast protein chip later this year.

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