North America Leads World Polymerase Chain Reaction Market, States Industry Experts in Its Study Now Available at MarketPublishers.com13 Nov 2017 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) represents a technology that has thrown open novel vistas for advancements in life science R&D and molecular diagnostics owing to its properties, like detection and quantitative research of RNA and DNA genetic materials.
Droplet digital PCR outpaces real-time PCR in terms of the detection of environmental DNA. Meantime, PCR testing for veterinary disorders is gathering traction.
The North America region takes the lead in the global PCR market with a 40.3% share and a value of USD 3.5 billion as of 2017. The regional market is projected to continue to post a 7.5% CAGR through to 2022 to reach a projected value of USD 5 billion by end-2022.
APAC is set to see the fastest, robust CAGR of 9.2% and be worth USD 2.5 billion by end-2022. Worldwide, the demand for PCR in clinical diagnostics laboratories and hospitals from end-use sectors is slated to record the fastest 8.6% CAGR in the offing.
Insightful market research study “Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) – A Global Market Overview” drawn up by Industry Experts provides a profound, unbiased analysis of the performance of the market on a worldwide scale.
It segments the market based on key product segment, application, and end-use sector, with all segments assessed from a regional perspective. The report gives an overview of the latest major technologies. The report gives an overview, analysis and projections with respect to the global PCR market during 2014-2022 by market value and CAGRs from 2017 to 2022. The study limelight key business trends with a focus on product innovations and developments, JVs, M&As, amid other developments having taken place in the industry in recent years. The study contains detailed profiles of the top 33 industry players. It includes contact details for 161 firms.
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