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In our December 2010 report, Genomic Technologies: Market Insights for Life Science Suppliers (10-005) BioInformatics LLC quantifies and characterizes the market for genetic analysis including those products use for genome-wide association studies (GWAS), copy number variation (CNV) analysis, genotyping and techniques such as microarrays, sequencing and real-time PCR.
For strategic planning purposes, the report includes average lab budgets for genetic analysis products and anticipated growth in FY2011, with specific breakdowns by geographic region and customer segment. In addition, the report estimates market share across different technologies (including microarrays, sequencing, real-time PCR etc.) and market share by major suppliers.
Genomic Technologies: Market Insights for Life Science Suppliers provides a roadmap for genetic analysis product suppliers to help navigate a landscape that is poised for change—and growth. This analysis was designed to guide suppliers in redirecting resources to new areas and markets, and to help refine current offerings by making them more responsive to scientists who are already engaged in the field of genetic analysis.
Institution, company, organization??
Types of analysis??
Types of genetic analysis and genetic variation??
Genetic Analysis Workflow
Current genetic analysis techniques (in-lab and outsourced)??
Techniques planned for FY2011 and FY2012 (in-lab and ??outsourced)
Analysis techniques by types of study??
Analysis experiments by species??
Lab budgets for genetic analysis experiments by:??
Predicted changes in overall lab budgets for genetic analysis ??experiments in FY2011 and FY2012
Predicted FY2011 and FY2012 lab budgets by technique??
Real-time PCR instruments owned; used for genetic analysis ??experiments
Use of Microarrays for Genetic Analysis Experiments
Microarray systems owned; used for genetic analysis ??experiments
Commercial brands of microarrays used for genetic analysis ??experiments; primary brands
Satisfaction with commercial microarrays??
Types of genetic analysis performed using microarrays??
Most important features to genetic analysis microarray research??
Steps of experiment by location (e.g., in-lab, core facility, ??external lab)
Greatest unmet needs with genetic analysis microarrays??
Use of DNA Sequencing for Genetic Analysis
Focus of DNA sequencing for genetic analysis by:??
Exon vs. Intron
Targeted vs. whole genome sequencing
DNA sequencing instrument brands owned; used for genetic ??analysis experiments
Primary DNA sequencing instrument brand used??
Satisfaction with DNA sequencing instruments??
Types of genetic analysis performed with DNA sequencing??
Reasons for not adopting next generation sequencing into ??workflow
Most important features to genetic analysis DNA sequencing ??workflow
Steps of DNA sequencing workflow by location (e.g., in-lab, core ??facility, external lab)
Greatest obstacles to increased use of DNA sequencing for ??genetic analysis
Where DNA sequencing is most valuable (e.g., validating data, ??generating hypotheses, etc.)
Estimated genetic analysis lab budget for DNA sequencing ??(percent of total budget): 5 years from now
Greatest unmet needs with DNA sequencing for genetic ??analysis
The Future of Genetic Analysis
Current use of human whole genome sequencing in genetic ??analysis work
Likelihood of adopting human whole genome sequencing in the ??ext 5 years
Estimated price (per sample) required for human whole genome ??sequencing to replace microarrays as the top genetic analysis technology
How suppliers could provide the most value to genetic analysis ??workflow
Opinion of common genetic variation; need for common genetic ??variation products
Learning about Genetic Analysis Products
Publications read to stay informed about advancements in ??genetic analysis
Conferences attended to learn about advancements in genetic ??analysis
Greatest challenges in the field of genetic analysis??
Perceived "leaders" in genetic analysis products??
Additional Analysis by
Primary research interests??
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