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Cell Based Label-Free Detection Trends 2007

  • Publication Date:January 2008
  • Publisher:Select Biosciences
  • Product Type: Report
  • Pages:52

Cell Based Label-Free Detection Trends 2007

This market report summarizes the results of HTStec's global pharma and biotech web-based benchmarking survey on cell based label free (LF) detection carried out in January 2008.

The purpose of the study was to comprehensively document current interest, application focus and future market requirement for new plate based LGF detection technologies with application to cell-based assays. The report provides valuable information for vendors developing novel cell-based LF detection systems and assays.

Included in the survey were the following aspects of cell based LF detection - familiarity with plate-based LF technologies, % of cell based assays performed using LF technologies; plans to purchase new cell-based instruments; most important factors in decision to purchase; % of cell based assays performed in different microplate formats; importance of 384-well and 1536-well biosensors plates to the adoption of a microplate cell-based LF technology; whether cell-based LF technologies are complimentary with or will displace existing assay technologies. In many of the survey questions feedback was obtained for today (2008) together with best estimates for the future.

  • Survey Methodology
  • Lab Origin of Survey Respondents
  • Geographic Origin of Survey Respondents
  • Organisational Origin of Survey Respondents
  • Respondent Breakdown by Lab Origin & Organisation
  • Makeup of Survey Groupings Used for Data Analysis (1)
  • Makeup of Survey Groupings Used for Data Analysis (2)
  • Job Role of Survey Respondents
  • Respondents Use of Cell-Based Assays
  • Familiarity with Plate-Based Label-Free Technologies with Application to Cell-Based Assays
  • Percentage of all Cell-Based Assays Performed Using Label-Free Technologies
  • Main Decision Factors in the Purchase of Plate-Based Label-Free Technologies for Cell-Based Assays
  • Greatest Influences in the Purchase of Plate-Based Label-Free Technologies for Cell-Based Assays
  • Reasons Given for Not Proceeding with the Purchase of Label-Free Technology for Cell-Based Assays
  • Reasons Given for Not Planning to Adopt Cell-Based Label-Free Technologies in the Next Few Years
  • Percentage of all Cell-Based Assays Performed in Main Microplate Formats Today and in the Future
  • Importance of Microplate Formats in the Adoption of Cell-Based Label-Free Technology (1)
  • Importance of Microplate Formats in the Adoption of Cell-Based Label-Free Technology (2)
  • Requirements for Coated Plates in Label-Free Cell-Based Assays (1)
  • Requirements for Coated Plates in Label-Free Cell-Based Assays (2)
  • Microplate Coatings Most Often Required For Cell-Based Assays
  • Summary of Survey Findings (1)
  • Target Classes/Application Areas Where Label-Free Cell-Based Assays Are Expected To Impact Most
  • Key Cell-Based Application Areas Where Respondents Would Most Like to Deploy Label-Free Technologies
  • Drug Discovery Areas Where Cell-Based Label-Free Approaches Have or Are Expected to Play a Significant Role (1)
  • Drug Discovery Areas Where Cell-Based Label-Free Approaches Have or Are Expected to Play a Significant Role (2)
  • Use of Label-Free Detection to Successfully Perform Testing of any Difficult Cell-Based Targets
  • Most Significant Advantages of Label-Free Cell-Based Assays
  • Most Significant Limitations of Current Label-Free Cell-Based Assays
  • Existing Cell-Based Assays Respondents Expect Label-Free Technologies to Displace
  • Are Cell-Based Label-Free Technologies Complimentary to Any Existing Assay Technologies?
  • Respondents Screening Experience Using Label-Free Technologies Platforms Wells (Data Points) Processed per Week
  • Respondents Throughput Requirements For Cell-Based Label-Free Technologies - Wells (Data Points) Processed per Day
  • Summary of Survey Findings (2)
  • Features/Functionalities Most Needed in a Microplate Cell-Based Label-Free Detection System
  • Interest in an Integrated Tip Wash Station Within a Cell-Based Label-Free Detection System
  • Annual Capital (Capex) Budgets for Purchasing Detection Equipment
  • Annual Consumables Budgets for Purchasing Assay Reagents, Microplates and Other Consumables
  • Maximum Price Points for Label-Free Biosensors Plates That Could Used for Cell-Based Assays (1)
  • Maximum Price Points for Label-Free Biosensors Plates That Could Used for Cell-Based Assays (2)
  • Respondents Feedback on Unmet Needs in Cell-Based Drug Discovery Which They Feel Label-Free Technologies May Be Able
  • to Address
  • Plans to Purchase New Cell-Based Label-Free Instruments
  • Vendor Market Share For New Cell-Based Label-Free Instrument sales
  • Cell-Based Label-Free Instruments Market Estimate (1)
  • Cell-Based Label-Free Instruments Market Estimate (2)
  • Summary of Survey Findings (3)
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