The label free detection market is segmented into technology, product, application, end user and geography. On the basis of technology, the market is segmented into cellular dielectric spectroscopy, bio-layer interferometry, surface plasmon resonance, optical waveguide grating technology and others. The label free detection product market includes instruments and consumables. The consumables segment is further divided into biosensor chips and microplates. The application market is segmented into binding thermodynamics, binding kinetics, hit confirmation, lead generation, endogenous receptor detection and others. The label free detection end user market comprises contract research organizations (CRO), pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies, academic research institutes and others. Geographically, the market is segmented into North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific and LAMEA.
The report throws light on the dominant current trends. Based on the analysis of trends, revenues are forecast from 2013-2020.
Analysis of key strategies adopted by market players would assist in providing an in-depth understanding of market intelligence.
Analysis of trends in various regions would help companies to plan their strategies depending on the region.
Drivers and opportunities are evaluated to highlight the top factors responsible for market growth. Various segments are carefully evaluated to gauge the potential of the market.
Porter’s Five Forces analysis provides an insight into market dynamics and industry competition.
KEY MARKET SEGMENTS
MARKET BY TECHNOLOGY
Cellular Dielectric Spectroscopy
Surface Plasmon Resonance
Optical Waveguide Grating Technology
MARKET BY PRODUCTS
MARKET BY APPLICATION
Endogenous Receptor Detection
MARKET BY END USER
Contract Research Organizations (CRO)
Pharmaceutical and Biotechnology Companies
Academic Research Institutes
MARKET BY GEOGRAPHY
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