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Opportunities for DNA Microchip and Array Technologies

 

  • Research Code : 5820-01-00-00-00
  • SKU : HC00269-NA-MR_03284
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  • Release Date : 15-Sep-1999
  • Region : North America
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Table of Contents

Opportunities for DNA Microchip and Array Technologies, Executive Summary

Introduction to the DNA Microarray Market

Market Overview
Report Objectives and Purpose
Report Scope and Segmentation
Report Structure

Analysis of the Major Market Segments

Overall Trends
DNA Microarray Market Dynamics

Competitive Overview

Competitive Overview

Opportunities for DNA Microchip and Array Technologies, Market Engineering Research Methodology

Research Sources

Secondary Sources
Primary Research

Market Engineering Challenges of the DNA Microarray Technology Markets

Challenges Facing the Microarray Industry

Challenges Facing the Microarray Industry
Development and Production Costs Make This Technology Expensive and Out of Reach for Many End Users
Informatics Technologies Not Yet Sufficient for Dealing with the Large Amounts of Experimental Data Produced
Lack of Industry Standards
Poor Reproducibility of Experimental Results
DNA Microarray Technology Incorporates Multiple Disciplines
Intellectual Property Disputes Have Slowed the Availability and Adoption of DNA Microarray Technology
Scientists Often Prefer Hands-on Technologies
Competition from Non-Microarray Technologies for Polymorphism Screening and Genotyping
Sensitivity of Current Technologies Limits Applications in Quantitative Gene Expression Analysis
Currently Available Microarray Densities Unable to Fit Entire Genomes on a Single Chip

Market Engineering Research and Opportunities in the DNA Microarrays Market

Market Overview and Definitions

Market Overview
Market Definition

Technology Overview

Technology Overview
Solid-Support Technology
Structural and Functional Genomics
Expression Profiling
Polymorphism Discovery
Genotyping and Diagnostics

Market Drivers

Market Drivers
Affymetrix Has Expanded Its Gene Chip Manufacturing Capacity
Availability of Spotting Technologies Is Increasing Penetration of the Academic Market
Increasing Prices for Spotting Instruments
Refined Protocols and Increasing Wisdom Make Array Technology More User-Friendly
Explosion in Sequence Data Offers Up Targets for Microarrays
New Applications Provide Additional Opportunities for Chips
Informatics and Software Needs Are Being Addressed
Affymetrix' Easy-Access Program Is Driving Utilization of GeneChips
Diagnostics and Disease Monitoring
New Chip Technologies and Integrated Applications

Market Restraints

Market Restraints
Falling Chip Prices
Competition from Alternative Technologies
Dissatisfaction with Array Data and Reproducibility Slowing Adoption Rates by Academic Researchers
Increasing Saturation of the Microarray Spotters Market
Informatics Bottleneck Is Restraining Microarray Utilization
Competition from Home-Brews Has Limited Sales of Commercial Instruments
Adoption Rates Are Typically Slow for Emerging Technologies
Long Development Phase for Cutting-Edge Technology
Intellectual Property Battles
Cost Containment in the Healthcare Industry

Market Revenues and Future Opportunity for DNA Microarray Technology

Market Revenues and Future Opportunity for DNA Microarray Technology
Microarrays Market Forecast
Microarray Instrumentation Market Forecast

DNA Microarray Industry and Technology Trends

Emphasis Is on Developing More Automated Systems
University of Wisconsin Develops New Micromirror Array Method
SNP Chips Now a Reality
Academics Going the Way of Core Facilities
Competitive Environment
Market Players

Opportunities for DNA Microchip and Array Technologies, End-User Survey of DNA Microarray Use

Introduction

Introduction
Albert Einstein Medical School (1)
Albert Einstein Medical School (2)
Harvard University
Karolinska Institute
Penn State (1)
Penn State (2)
Rockefeller University
Stanford University (1)
Stanford University (2)
Arizona Cancer Center/University of Arizona
UCLA
UCSF (1)
UCSF (2)
UCSF (3)
University of Chicago
University of Pennsylvania
University of Pennsylvania (Whistar Institute)
University of Tennessee

Government-Sponsored Research Labs

Fred Hutchison Cancer Research Center
National Cancer Institute (NCI)
National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI)
National Institutes of Health (1)
National Institutes of Health (2)
Oak Ridge National Lab

Pharmaceutical/Biotechnology Research Labs

Boehringer Ingelheim
Bristol-Myers Squibb
GeneLogic
Glaxo Wellcome
Hoechst Marion Roussel
Metabolex
Pfizer

Key Findings and Conclusions

Key Findings and Conclusions

Opportunities for DNA Microchip and Array Technologies, Market Engineering Strategy

Strategies for Research & Development

Challenge 1: Informatics Technologies Are a Rate-Limiting Step in DNA Microarray Utilization
Challenge 2: Lack of Technology Standards and Experimental Protocols
Challenge 3: Lack of Reproducibility in Experimental Results

Strategies for the Marketing Department

Challenge 4: Development and Production Costs Make This Technology Expensive and Out of Reach for Many Researchers
Challenge 5: Scientists Often Prefer Hands-on Technologies
Challenge 6: Competition from Non-Microarray Technologies for Polymorphism Discovery and Genotyping


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