- Language: English
- Published: February 2003
- Region: Global
World Proteomics Markets
- Published: October 2000
- Region: Global
- Frost & Sullivan
Post-Genomics Focus Leads to Expanding Scope
and Explosive Growth Identification
Now that the human genome has been mapped, many people are wondering about the next step. The answer is proteomics, the study of protein output at the cellular level. This billion-dollar industry is expected to grow tremendously over the next several years. Since the proteomics industry is still in an embryonic-emergent stage, there are no clear dominant suppliers of instrument and supplies, services, or bioinformatics, which creates many opportunities for innovation from both the technological and business perspectives.
This Frost & Sullivan study presents a broad overview of the world proteomics markets. It is one of the first reports written from a business perspective, as opposed to other market research that focuses on the technology
of the industry. This report is an excellent resource for companies that want to take advantage of key market opportunities.
Bioinformatics Segment Will Outpace Others
Bioinformatics will grow faster than the instruments, supplies, and services segments because proteomics will generate a tremendous amount of data that needs to be analyzed.
The bioinformatics component of the proteomics market will grow very quickly in value, states the author of this report. Companies that can best mine their data and convert it into actionable knowledge will win. Databases will become increasingly valuable intellectual property.
Users of this report can benefit from the most up-to-date market intelligence available, including extensive tables of suppliers and products, deals, and funding
activities, which can put them on the inside track and help them pull ahead of the competition.
Technology Spurs New Opportunities
New technologies such as solution-phase, capillary electrophoresis, and microfluidic separations are slowly replacing 2-D gels. The discovery of even newer analytical technologies will challenge the market by creating new sub-segments, as will functional proteomics technologies.
Most likely, newer technologies will not rapidly replace 2DGE, but rather will complement the established techniques, and eventually displace them states the author. The impact of new technology will shift and broaden the mar-ket. This report can provide your company with the insight it needs to excel in the rapidly emerging proteomics industry.
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- Introducing the Market Engineering Consulting Report
- Executive Summary
- Introduction to the Proteomics Market
- Summary of Major Findings
- Market Engineering Research Methodology
- Research Scope
- Research Methodology