Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) May 20, 2013
The main objective for the present report is to present the up-to-date market picture for proteomics into a single comprehensive report. The objective was to capture the changing industry dynamics and market shift occurring in this industry. Thus, it is timely to examine the key aspects of the proteomic industry.
There is also an urgent need in the life science industry for technologies and products that can analyze and study the human proteome in a high-throughput, multiplex and low-cost way. Proteomic technologies are evolving to meet more of these needs, so it is important to keep abreast of these dynamics.
This report is intended to inform companies in the life science industries regarding the important trends in MS, LOAC and arrays, as well as to provide detailed information concerning the individual market segments and industry dynamics.
The goal for this study “Proteomics: Technologies and Global Markets” was to determine the status of proteomic technologies and products and assess their global growth potential over the five-year period from 2012 to 2017. The market was analyzed for the main proteomic platforms: mass spectrometry and biochips.
The biochip market was characterized by key biochip type (i.e., lab-on-a-chip, planar array, bead array) and by end-use industry (e.g., research, drug discovery and development, diagnostics, applied).
The mass spectrometry (MS) market was characterized by MS instrument type and end-use industry, as well as by MS workflow (e.g., sample preparation, chromatography, tagging and labeling reagents, and informatics).
A particular focus of the study is placed on the market for proteomic-based diagnostics products, which highlights a major future market segment for proteomic
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