This Research Profile takes a closer look at the top authors and institutions publishing work with 3C methods around the world.
High-Throughput Sequencing Platform Usage: 2007 – 2014
Few technologies in recent decades have had more of an impact on science than high-throughput sequencing. Projects that were not possible a little over a decade ago for technical or financial reasons are now commonplace in a week’s work for most labs. The commercial landscape has changed dramatically as well, with early entrants rising and falling rapidly. Although the platforms portion of the sequencing market maintains a higher barrier to entry with fewer players, the upstream market has proven to be more accessible, resulting in a more fragmented landscape.
As this market continues to mature, the upstream reagents market continues to splinter. What used to be a one or two brand show, is seeing strong entrances outside the platform companies. In this free Dashboard we take a look at some of the earlier dynamics for select brands in the target enrichment and library construction space.
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