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DNA Microarray 2013 Market Report: A Focus on Sales Growth

June 6, 2013

DUBLIN, June 6, 2013 /PRNewswire/ –

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DNA Microarray 2013 presents the findings of a global market study of DNA Microarray,
involving the participation of 201 buyers and end-users in this field. With a focus on
market development, sales growth and commercial opportunities, the study profiled current
and evolving areas of this market, as outlined below. Its findings provide valuable
product and market information, and decision-making support to suppliers in the DNA
Microarray [http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/7gqfnv/dna_microarray ] field.

From the early use of miniaturised microarrays for the analysis of gene expression in
the mid 1990s, this technique has established markets that are expected to reach $3
billion by 2015. However, these are also changing as new applications are developed and
new competitive strategies, such as PCR, grow. This report, based on an analysis of
current and evolving developments in the DNA microarray field, has been produced to assist
marketing and sales in this field, and the identification of new opportunities. It is the
outcome of an extensive global study involving more than 200 experienced DNA microarray
buyers and end-users. It’s findings provide a focus on sales growth to developers and
vendors in the microarray field, and the changes that are driving these developments.

        Key Topics Covered:

        Chapter 1 Introduction

        Chapter 2 Study Participants

        Chapter 3 DNA Microarray Methods

        Chapter 4 DNA Microarray Applications

        Chapter 5 Companies

        Chapter 6 Preferred Companies and Products

        Chapter 7 DNA Microarray Expenditure and Budgets

        Chapter 8 Purpose of Microarray Use

        Chapter 9 Samples

        Chapter 10 Sample Preparation

        Chapter 11 Therapeutic Areas

        Chapter 12 Disease Biomarkers

        Chapter 13 Bioinformatics Software

        Chapter 14 Challenging Applications

        Chapter 15 Innovation

        Chapter 16 Quality Control

        Chapter 17 Discussion

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