LOS ANGELES--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--Top-Down Analytics, a Los Angeles-based market research and management consulting firm has announced its new report entitled “Global Next Generation Sequencing, Forecast 2016–2021.”
Next-generation sequencing (NGS) technology has revolutionized the life science and human health industries. Top-Down Analytics estimates that the total NGS market will reach $6.5 billion by 2021 from just under $3 billion in 2015. Sales of compact systems are expected to grow faster than those of large-scale platforms. Regionally, Asia and the Pacific Rim region will experience the fastest rate of market growth. Diagnostic and clinical research applications, with a focus on cancer biology, are a new wave of future growth for NGS.
The report also presents historical information dating back to 2009. Detailed data on installed base, unit shipments, competitive intelligence, and regional segmentation down to the individual country level make this report the most comprehensive market report on NGS available today.
The report covers the NGS instrument, consumables, and service markets and is organized by:
Historical market data, 2009–2015
NGS installed base by:
- Top countries represented by geographic region
- Instrument type
The global NGS market and forecast (2016–2021) by:
- Overall segmentation by instrument, consumables, and service
- Instrument type
- Units shipped in 2015 by instrument type and NGS system
- Region and top countries in each region
- Competitive landscape
NGS market landscape by individual country
Thermo Fisher Scientific
New England Biolabs
Oxford Nanopore Technologies
Real Time Genomics
For more information, visit http://www.tdaresearch.com/next-generation-sequencing.html
About Top-Down Analytics
Top-Down Analytics (TDA) is a management consulting firm focused on providing strategic services for scientific technology companies. We are specialized in scientific markets for laboratory instrumentation, technologies and applications, from clinical research and industrial instruments to process control, security and other applications of analytical technologies.