NEW YORK, May 10, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- According to Kalorama Information, the market for sample preparation for next generation sequencing grew to $415 million in 2015. As DNA and RNA sequencing using next-generation sequencers has become a more central component of life science research, automation, streamlining of workflows, and other innovations have gradually made the sample preparation process easier and less time-consuming. The healthcare market researcher's report, The Market for Sample Preparation for Next Generation Sequencing (NGS), focuses on the market for NGS sample preparation products, which includes the hardware and consumables.
The Market for Sample Preparation for Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) can be found at Kalorama Information: http://www.kaloramainformation.com/redirect.asp?progid=88676&productid=10027181.
The usage of sequencing spans an ever broadening range of applications, industries, and specializations, though the focus has mostly been life science research-related. In addition to providing consistent decreases in cost per base, the technologies continue to rapidly improve and become more user-friendly. As the science becomes more established, various clinical applications are becoming more proven, and there are certain areas – such as cancer diagnostics – where there are expected to be rapidly growing benefits in the near future.
Most NGS systems are capable of a wide range of applications, and labs have taken advantage of their flexibility. The same system is often used for five or ten distinct applications. Suppliers have been rapidly bringing new products to market to respond, and forming deals at a steady pace. A market has been created for a large range of products catering to all the specific constraints that NGS systems can have with respect to the type of sample that can be run.
The report highlights some of the major trends taking place in the market for library preparation and target enrichment for NGS. Though there are some areas of rapid change, there are also many things that are staying relatively consistent. One of the trends examined in the study is the expanding clinical adoption of NGS that is sustaining high growth.
The Market for Sample Preparation for Next Generation Sequencing focuses on the market for NGS sample preparation products. The report discusses trends, challenges, strategies, companies, and products, and provides estimates of market share and revenue growth for the market, including NGS sample preparation revenues and growth rate, 2015-2020; revenues by region, 2015 (North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, rest-of-world); revenues by product type, 2015 (enrichment, library prep kits, panels, etc.; automation/ hardware; nucleic acid extraction); and NGS sample preparation leading company revenues and market shares, 2015. The competitive situation, deals, and litigation are also covered in respective chapters.
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