Biomedical and life science research is powered by instrumentation in biotechnology such as qPCR, dPCR, liquid chromatography, mass spectrometry, next-generation sequencing, lab automation solutions, and genotyping arrays. Kalorama Information’s collection of biotech techniques and instrumentation market research reports provides analysis into instrumentation in biotechnology, theory and operation of instruments, competitive threats, market opportunities, and market outlook. Specifics on competitor share, segmentation, size and growth in U.S. and global markets for biotechnology instrumentation and equipment are provided in reports.
Parts of the gene expression analysis market continue to develop in a somewhat predictable manner, whereas other segments are becoming increasingly complex and volatile. The main products—microarrays and RT-PCR—continue to gain widespread acceptance and to see revenues grow rapidly. However, different products and applications are increasingly being introduced, making the market more fragmented as well […]
January 1, 2008
Protein biomarkers have become the hot application area for mass spectrometry (MS) and other proteomics-related technologies in the last few years. In the short term, this move towards biomarkers and clinical proteomics research has happened mainly in the drug discovery and development process. However, they also have broad abilities to generate richer information about a […]
November 1, 2006
The field of biotechnology instrumentation has been an expanding one ever since the emergence of the Human Genome Project 20 years ago. Although the filed certainly existed prior to that point in time, it was the Human Genome Project with its major access to key universities, national laboratories, and government funding sources that gave great […]
January 1, 2006