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Global Array Instruments Industry: North America to Continue to Be Market Leader

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Global Array Instruments Industry: North America to Continue to Be Market Leader

Array Instruments Market (Technologies DNA Microarrays, Protein Microarrays, Cellular Microarrays, Tissue Microarrays End Users Research and Development Laboratories, Clinical Diagnostic Labs, Agriculture Research Centers, Forensic Centers, Veterinary Laboratories) - Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast, 2014 – 2020

Array instruments are devices that assist microarrays in measuring the gene expression levels concurrently in a single reaction and also in genotyping various regions of genome. A microarray is a cluster of microscopic spots of RNA, DNA, oligo-nucleotides, peptides, proteins, tissues, cells, and other compounds that are attached to a solid substrate. The concept and methodology of microarray was originally introduced in the year 1983 by Tse Wen Chang in a scientific journal. This traditional biotechnological instrument is gaining acceptance as a rapidly evolving technology.

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The global array market keeps on shifting focus from research and development devices towards various applications in diverse areas such as clinical diagnostics, drug discovery, and sequencing. This technology is majorly applied in cancer detection and treatment, gene expression, SNP genotyping, agricultural biotechnology, genomics, proteomics, and drug discovery. The development in microarray technology assisting in disease detection and drug response are likely to stimulate the growth of the array instruments market. The microarray technology has also been successfully employed in environmental sciences, toxicogneomics, bio-defense, veterinary, agriculture research, and forensics.

The increasing applications of microarrays in life sciences and drug discovery are triggering the demand for microarrays, resulting in the...

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