New Market Study Published – Global Next-Generation Sequencing Trends

DUBLIN–()–Research and Markets ( has announced the publication of the “Global Next-Generation Sequencing Trends “ report.

The overall research objective was to capture and analyze global next-generation (NGS) sequencing trends and use. Most researchers outsource NGS technologies; however, in-house NGS technology use is expected to increase within the next 12 months. Data accuracy and operating costs are the top criteria for purchasing sequencing instruments. Disease-related research is the dominant use for NGS technologies.

The popularity of RNA-Seq continues to surge, with half of the respondents planning to use this application in the next 24 months. The most significant bottleneck in the NGS workflow is the length of time spent analyzing data. The in-house annual budget for NGS data interpretation software is more than double that of those who outsource.

The overall research objective was to capture the current and planned use trends of NGS technology. Specifically, this research attempts to do the following:

  • Compare the in-house and outsourcing use of NGS technology
  • Capture the most important attributes in purchase decisions of sequencing instruments
  • Evaluate use and satisfaction levels of NGS instruments, reagents, services, and bioinformatics providers
  • Tap into the applications of NGS
  • Determine laboratories’ NGS budgets and throughput needs
  • Understand challenges and unmet needs in the NGS workflow

Key Topics Covered:

  1. Research Objectives And Methods
  2. Executive Summary
  3. In – House And Outsourcing Use Rates Of Sequencing Technologies
  4. In – House Next – Generation Sequencing Details
  5. Next – Generation Sequencing Outsourcing Details
  6. Next – Generation Sequencing Applications
  7. Next – Generation Sequencing Reagents
  8. Bioinformatics
  9. Demographic Profile
  10. Appendix
  11. In – House Next – Generation Sequencing Details
  12. Next – Generation Sequencing Outsourcing Details
  13. Next – Generation Sequencing Applications
  14. Next – Generation Sequencing Reagents
  15. Bioinformatics
  16. Demographic Profile

Companies Mentioned

  • AZCO Biotech
  • Bioo Scientific
  • CLC Bio
  • Capillary Electrophoresis System
  • Clontech
  • Complete Genomics/BGI (Beijing Genomics Institute)
  • EMD Millpore
  • GATC Biotech
  • Gnomegen
  • Illumina
  • InSilicoDB
  • Ingenuity Systems
  • Ion Torrent Ion Proton
  • Ion Torrent PGM
  • Life Tech SOLiD
  • Life Technologies
  • LifeSciences
  • New England Biolabs
  • NextBio
  • Novogene
  • Oxford Nanopore
  • PerkinElmer
  • Qiagen
  • Roche
  • Rubicon Genomics
  • Sigma-Aldrich
  • Source BioScience
  • Takara Bio
  • Thermo Fisher Scientific

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